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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1879

V R COMMENDING! MONDAY Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 0 .1 K A- M. DAILY Via L.A. &I. o0 R. R. Local Passenger Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) 1 A Q K A- M. DAILY Local Pas JLJ 00 sengcr Train to Wilmington. (Arrives atJ:10.A. M.) 1i 8 i A A. II DAILY San Fran . 1 1 U eisco .Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:30 P. M.) k p. M. DAILY San Francisco ! X D Express Train, connecting at Lathrop with the Atlantic Exoress Train of the Central Pacilic Railroad. (Arrives at 1 :55 P M.) 2Ck P. it- DAILY Arizona Ex iZO press, connecting at Yuma with dailv stage for Ehrcnberg, with Colo rado River steamers, and with daily trains Southern Pacilic Railroad of Ari , ;ur Chsu Grande, (ISO inilcs east r Daily staffs at laru-op.t iui .- -ort, PI.-!?',ix, FUtrcnee nna iutfun. ...... ti,. r-.iu k'sves Casa Grande i .V-2 A.M. M -vifopa at 7 A. M., and is St.v at Yum ut 4:35 P. M. (Arrives 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. — 6 December 1879

Arizona Sentinel. 8 i TTTltDA y, - . "DECEMBER (5, 1879. A Tremendons Blast. At the Dardcnellei mine, near Forest Hi'l, there wjr exploded, last Saturday, a blast or 36,000 pounds of Judson powder. This is the second biggest blast of this kind of powder, as far as we are aware, ever fired in the State. The biggest was at SmartsYillo some months ago, when 50,000 pounds were ignited at once. In that case, however, we understand, the result was a comparative failure; while in the case of the blast at the Dardencllee last Saturday the result was remarkably successful, the amount of dirt loosened being not lss than half a million cubic yards, or fully equal to ihe largest amount ever shook up by one blast in California. When we iefl?ct that each pound loosened about fourteen cubic yard of gravel, the result seems little less than wondeiful. The powder-drifts consisted of five, and he number or T's fourteen. The explo sion was performed by electricity. Au burn JTc-ald. From the Miner. Who...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1879

lVI233uJE!jVrJElVT iV AXiX THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING VOL. VIII. YUMA, ABIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1879. NO 36 The Arizona Sentinel. Published evry Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. GEORGE TYHG, - - - Editor AXDGEXEKAL BUSINESS AGENT. Svibsorlp tion : - w.-.. $5 00 " r.t 3 00 12 f i-u l isertion $2 ISO 'j-quen: insertion 1 25 els by Hie year or quarter at re duced raiee. Jol ZPi'Iiilinsr: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr- Heads, Circulars, .Laoeis, vjarus, rro grammes, etc., printed in every stj'le, with neatness aud dispatch. f Currency takeu at par. C. "W. Craxe, Agent, 32S Montgomery St., Sax Fraxcisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, ucson, : : : Pima County.Arizona.- L. A. RflULLAffl, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ton a, - - - Arizona O. F. TOWKSEND, Deputy ti. S. fclineral Surveyor, TOR ARIZONA. i'uraa. Arizona SAMUEL HAWIXTOK. ATTOKNEY-AV-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1879

9 wwVl.'yJs,ul.!.JiJllJ''''1''l A hi zona Sentinel. There seemed for a while lnte ly to tea lull in the interest in mines and mining stocks at the East, especially for investment, nd attention was turned, by sev eral large sales, to railroad stock. Now, as is shown by the state ments and peneral tone of our Eastern exchanges, interest in mines has revived ; stocks listed at Nev7 York and Boston have appreciated in value, and invest ors are looking: to the "West, and particularly to Arizona, for mines in which to invest. We hear of several mining properties that have just Iveen placed with East ern capitalists. This state of affairs is largely due to the creditable manage ment of mining companies incor porated or controlled in New York. These alone, now disburse about S1,000,000 monthly in divi dends; last month, twocompanies there, paid out $300,000 in divi dends, we see it predicted that the January dividends of New York mining companies will ex ceed $2,000,000. Arizona is now attr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1879

V COMMENCHIQ MONDAY Aug. tSth, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 9.1 A. M. DAILY Via L. A. .t I. .10 11. R. Local Pafcseiiscr Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at S:OU A. if.) i A.Qk A. M. DAILY Local Pas I J .Or) sender Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 9:10 A. M.) U -4 A A. M. DAILY San Fran- 1 U Cisco Through Freight and -?Ulrd Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:20 P. M.) i -t C P. II. DAILY San Franciseo 0 Express Train, connecting at Kr&SSl rSS"" Tr:U" ! (Arrive a! !:WPM. - V M. - DAILY Arizona Ex J,r) piv-s. i vim :ius t Yuma r'.igo lor PliH'itbc rtr, with Ooio ;Iiver -teainers, and with daily trains - SotU'i'-rn l'acillc IwuroHC ot An zo. foi C-asn Grande, (ISO miles east of Yu.na). Daily stag' s ut MaiKoa for Preseott, Phoenix, b'ioteiicc and Tuct-oii. Returning the train leaves Casa Grande at 5:25 A. M., Maricopa ai t a. m., aim is due at Yuma at 4:25 P. M . (Arrives at 10:15 A. M.) 3:30 P. M. DAILY Local Passen ger ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1879

Ajuzona Sentinel. i 7777? JJJ r, DECEMBER 13, 1870. A AtSUiiOUS FORTUNE . American Heirs Entitled to a Vast Sum in England, New York, November 2Cth.-Ex.Gov. crnor IV. F. Amy (New MexO sailed io-dny forEngland in the Algeria to pros cento the chums of the heirs of the Hyde estates. The amount in question is variously eslirnated at from 8100,060,000 to 200,000,000.. and it is said that all that remains to be done is for the heirs to prove thi'ir claims, but that this must be done before Januarv 1st. There arc 38 estates in the Bank of England which were decided in January last in the High Court of Chancery to belong to the heirs in the United States. The heirs a feu months ago incorporated themselves into the Hyde Association and elected N. Den nison Morgan President. Tlio money for many years has been held as belonging to the crown of Great Britain, under an old law. hut the recent decision has caused a reversion of the property to the American heirs who can prove their claims. There...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1879

foe mimm SslHffttt tNIEi333VIEIVT IN AJUXLt THINGS. iVETJTrtuH. IN NOTHING VOL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1879. NO 87 I The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. EORCE TYNC, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription. : One year ?!r month r.... 5 .s eo;ii'5. . .$5 00 Oi : :ci. fMci, aisarl . . 3 50 El. tibcqueut tcsert'-'U.. 1 2i ' irfc-t&eyv r querter at re 3 1 tin t " .il-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, LaLJs, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed iu every style, with neameas ana aispaicn. "Currency taken at par. C. W. Cbane, Agent, 328 Montgomery St., San .Francisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law Prescott, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Atterae y and Counselor at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, ueon, : : : Pima County, Arizona.. L. A. MULLAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, JTdmx, .... Arizona O. F. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOU ARIZONA. funa, : : : : : Arizona A!UEL HAMILTON. ATTOKNEY-A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1879

hh-JflXUV UUljtU I -JfJU-JI HIM t lllll.LI.lf , tiiTTWDAY. DEO EMBER 20 1S79. Snuar ;nltnre in Yuma County. Our exchanges lately have been referring- to the production of su gar; sorghum, beet-root and cane, are of course the chief arti cles from which marketable sugar must be mode. All sorts of pro jects are being- canvassed, and land adapted to the grosvth of these vege-able products is facing sought and its merits and demer its being discussed. Right here in Yuma County, along the Colorado River bottoms, we have ju?t the proper locus for an undertaking of this kind. The soil rs well adapted' to the -growth of thp three su car produc ing vegetables, as has been well proved, no! by surmise or theory, but by actual success in the rais ing of sugar cane on the San Isi dro ranche 'and Its conversion into sugar, not for one season but for several, which settlej the question as to climate and soil. The only real obstacle to suc ces of an enterprise of this kind here is that of irrigatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1879

S, P. R. ft. x ' C0MMEHCI8C MONDAY Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS "Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 9.- A. M. DAILY Via L.A. & I. JL R. R. Local Passenger Train to Sauta Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) 10:35 r A. SI. DAILY Local Pas- sender Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 9:10 A. M.) 1i t A A. M. DAILY San Fran. JL 1 U eisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:30 P. M.) 1w f P. M. DAILY San Francisco X D Express Train, connecting at Latlirop with the Atlahtic Exoress Train of the Central PaciJic Railroad.. f Arrives at 1:55 PM.) Sentinel. SATURDAY, DEC. .20, 1S79. LOCAL MATTERS. Phoenix wants Pinafore. m ma There are two prisoners in the Yavapai County Jail.. Goods for the Central Arizona Mg. Co came in on the 17th. The nest place to get Holiday goods. is at the Italian store. They have some thing suitable for everyone. A lot of powder marked P. J. Schneider, Corbin M. & M. Co., arrived on Sunday, The Alta mine ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20 1879. Why Our Copper-Mmlnc Interest Should be Encouraged, With an almost culpable decree of short sightedness in the capitalists of the Pa cific elope, the very important branch of Industry of copper mining has snfTered to languish and to be almost extinguished With a copper field unqualed in its extent by those of any other portion of the world it has been 60 completely ignored that the vast treasures which it contains are now lying dormant in the veins and ore beds This inertia exists regardless of the fact that the cooper consumed on the coast amounts yearly to several millions dollars in value. This sum has to be sent away from our shores to other ports, for the purchase of what is only awaiting the encouragement of capital to be produced here and thereby not onty increase our home wealth to that amount, but also to keep for noma circulation the money now expended for it. The shipment which would be made of the surplus pro duct, would brin...

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

r l2rEi133II33NT IN AJLJLs THING8. :V33TJT:B,A.JL, IX NOTHING VOL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1879. NO 38 the Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. CEORCE TYHcT- - - Editor : iLND GEN'EltAL BUSINESS AGENT. SSiibserlptlon : One year.., $5 00 Sir months 3 00 Single copies 12 A d. vcrtisinar : "7ne inch. tntJi insertion $2 50 ach utpcqi:t insertion.. 1 25 onlructs by the year or quarter at re lated rate. o ob Xrliit"ing:; UavA Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Hcif'r Ch'Ulis. Labels. Vi Pro grammed, etc, printed in sery ti.jc, wil.1 neatness und dispatch. ISfCurrency taken at par. C W. Ckaxe, Ajjent, S3S Montgomery St., San Fkancisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys &t Law, Prescott, - Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, ucson, : : : Pima County, Arizona.- L. A. MULLAH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, T0.VA, Arizoxa O. F. TOWNSEND, Deputy S3- S. Mineral Surveyor, FOU AKIZO...

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

kiuzoxA. Sentinel. Saturday, December 27. is-,9. - The Cold V?e . From all along the Pacific Coast come accounts of -unusually low temperature and storms both of wind nnd'Tafh;-'tlie- rairif-ill-in California has hoin very great, being reported -t from t wo to seven inches at various places during two days. The cold wave reached Yuma on NVetlnesdSy, increa-jfnjj i ' tensity on Thuns-iay. We have examined the'- records of- the Signal Service here (with the .;,lu .M.. ;.f f-hu -nhliorinc lffi- ,w , r; 3. - cer in charge) and rf.ul hat h regi.-uerea velocity 01 Tue wwm on the twenty "fourth, wiw" thirty sir miles per hour, an unusual rate, as duri'ng'our sand storms the speed Yafelyejcceeds twenty, six mi lea : The' Barometer on'" Christmas morning stood higher than it has for sever.it yeaia. Ve -search'-d the records referred1 to- since thfiir hegining at this station and found the highest reading to be lhat of January I. 1879, -which. was 33. 492; Thursday the re id Ing was 30.603 th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 December 1879

Sa P. R. Rm COMMENCING MONDAY Aug. 1 8th, 1873. And until, further notice, TRAINS AND BOATiS Will leave L'OS 'ANGELES ai followi: O .1 A.M.-DAILY-VIa L. A. I. -L tj R. R. Lwil- Passenger Train lo aautu Monica. (Arrives, at 8:00 A. M.) jA.Q A. -M,. l')AlLYLocal Pas L J QO sender Train to WiliiililKtou, (Arrive at 9:10 A.M.) -J1i A A." M. DAILY San Fran 1 JL X V cisco Through Freight arid Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrive at 12:30 P. M.) 1:15 r P. JLV DAILY Satr Fruncisi-o Express Traiu, conueKtiiiif at .JLaluruu wuu me auuiiuc exuresa xrani of tae Central Pacirta Railroad. , (Arrive at J :55 PM.) ,r P. M. DAILY Arizona Ex- uress. ciinnuctiuir at Yuma .v . u daily stu.ee ur EUrcnbf rtr, with Colo- rtjv r 'it-nutr-!, and with daily trains ".v .i.'.ner'i Pacific Railroad of Ari - qr. Casa (jr.nde, (ISO niile east of ..). DuiU ktaires at Maricopa for itt; riuEn'lx, Florence and Tucson, .nintr the- traiH leaves Cusu. .Grande ''j A. M., Maricopa at 7 A. M., and is at YumH tl4:-rjP. ...

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 December 1879

Arizona Sentinel. ATUIIDAY, DECEMBER 27 1S79. The Character of the Silver King District, Arizona. ine entire mining belt north of the King shows rich carbonites, and the only great want of this district is capital to develop the hidden wealth of untold ages. J-ne general trending of the principal leadd is northeast and sou th west, but a few cross leads or feeders running east and west show very fine 3trata of mineral. Nearly all the mineral strata are more or less oxydized by atmos pheric action some to a depth of sixty to one hundred feet, while rich deposits have been obtained in some at a mere nominal depth of a few feet. The geology of the district is well suited for rich mineral wealth, the country rock being granite, syenite, quart zite and in many places mica and lal cose slate predominate. The great portion of the surrounding country appears to have belonged to the Silurian, as I find all brec cias and conglomerate formations are rich in trilobites and other fossils of both...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 January 1880

tNJJ31I3XX32frX' XT AtL THINGS. NETJTEAL 1IV IV OTXinVG YUMA. ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1880. NO i VOL. IX. The Ar(zm Srntinei. Published cTrj-Satiny by the Sentinel PublishiST Company. i. Ouc year Six month... Clngle copies. .$5 00 . oo . 12 Jne Inch, ciwli insert.... & 2 Each subsequent iufrt'a 1 Contracts by tlx or quarter at re- duced rates. job "iintixiar; . Legal Clanks, Bill-Heads, Letter -ir....u. Labels. Cards, rro crammes etc.. "luted, hi every style, with iitatiiess and vpa-ch. C. W. Ckax A;eut, 32S Montgomery St., is f KAXC1SCO. -rJSH & WELLS, yttorneya at Law, Precott, Arizona, PAUL WEBER," Attoj-ey an Counselor at Law, Arizona. resco W. STREET, Attorney at Law, t son, : : : Pima County.Arizona.- L. A. RftULLAN, MTOItNEY AT LAW, Yujijl, - Amzoau OF. TOWNSEND, Cputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, ; FOl AK1ZONA. fuma.. (t'. : : : : Arizona SAMUEL. HAMILTON. ATTOKNEr-AT-LA V, Miutral kirk, Mohave county, Arizona. Will practice in ail.the Courts or the Ter ritory. ' WM...

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. — 3 January 1880

3W Arizona Sentinel. i TURD A Tx J AX U ART 3, 1S80. We have received a copy of thp Report of the Surveyor General of Arizona for the year 187.9. I la a pamphlet of hut nine pages, but contains much information so conefse'y impa'rted tint even the figures and statistics cease to he the dry reading such matters usually are. Arizonacontnins about 73,000. 000 acres of land, 5.000,000 of which are surveyed. Conserva tive estimV.es place the present population, exclusive of Inrli uis, at from 30,000 to 33,000 with a steady and rapid increase. There are three maiked divi sions of surface land, valleys, mountains., and mes.t or table land; their areas rating in the order named. Of the valleys most kno.wn, this. Report gives a short description of the Gila, ;:bout 400 miles in length and in Latitude 33, extending east and ueet; the Salt River, about 60 miles long by from 1 to 20 wide, wll furnished with limber and agricultural land and it is properly termed the "granary of Arizona;'' The Li...

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. — 3 January 1880

S. P. R. R. GOMMBtGIXG'LMBRDAY Aug, 18th, 1879. Aud-until further notlce.g TRAINS iLND BOATS TVCl leave LOS ANGELES e follows: 9 -j A. M. DAILY Via L.A. A I. 1 J R. R. Local Pussenjrrr Truin t Santa Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) 10 .QT A. M. DAILY Local Pas- Ot) sender Train to Wiltnlni;to. (Arrives at :10 A. II.) i -f 1 A A. II. DAILY San Fran 1 11U clsco Through Freight and Third Clasi Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:20 P. M.) K P. M. DAILY San Francised ,JLt Express Train, conncptinj; at Luthron with the Atlantic Express Train of the Central Pocitlc Railroad. (Arrive at 1:55 PM.) P. M. DAILY Arizona Ex press, coiinwtiiisf at Yuma with da'tlv staled for Ehrenberir, with Colo Tado River steamers, and with daily trains of the Southern Pacific Rail load of Aii zona for Casa Grande, (lfO miles east of Ynuia. Daily slajres at Jlancopa for 'Prescott, Phoenix, Flbrenee and Tucson. Rt-turnlt tr the train leaves Casa Grande at 5:25 A. .VMiirieoiVa at7 A. -M., and is tluu at Yuma at 4...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 January 1880

Arizona Sentifei JiTUTiDATs JANUARY 1833. A Medicinal Tree. A writer from Paris says, there is a palm tree m South America, Papaya eari. fa, which possess' very rcni!irk:ilile prop erties. Its fip Is a t-'ry powerful digestive agent. Digestion i3 h very complex act. Meat is dfircsted in the stomach; fcculas. already modified ly the saliva, achieve their transformation in tlic intestines, while fatty matters nre only digested in the intestine. Hence, the explanation why some persons can digest meats and eggs without difficulty, while their stom achs are rebellion1! to feculent and fatty substances. Individual on the other hand, who cannot eat veal, can partake of fatty preparations and unstrv without in convenience. Thus each oriran has its role, and on their state of health depends the integrity of digestion. Inhabitants of cities suffer most from dyspepsia, that is, from an alteration of the digestive f-r- ment. It is to this hitter class of sufferers that Messrs. Wurtz S Bouchut h...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 January 1880

I I I i i m. i . . A "Wi l IV L IlIX T 1 JE IV T IIV ALL TI1TIVGS. NEUTBAli IIS NOTHING YUMA. ARIZONA, SATJjKAY, JANUARY dO, 1880. NO 2. VOL. IX. The Arizona Sentinel. 1'ublish.ed.eYery Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. Subscription One year . Six months.... Slugle vopies... .$o 00 . IK) . 12 One inch, each insertion .7 .v. $2 oO Each ubs.c uent insertion . 1 2j Contract by the '"' or quarter. llt ,u duved. rates. -i.- . . s . J oft? IvlntlnaT' ' Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neutueis and dispatch. "Currency taken at pur. ' C. W. Caxe, Acnt, 328 Montgomery St., . San Fkancisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescutt, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Preseott, : : : : Arizona. - W. STREET, Attorney at Law, ucson, : : : Pima Couuty.Arizona. L. A. MULLAN, - ATTORNEY AT LAW, riBC A, - ARIZONA O. FJTOWKSEND, Ooputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOU AKIZONA. S'uma, Ari...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 January 1880

A rizosa Sentinel. iTJjJ)AY, J A. WAST 10. 180. Our xrtvnes have variously stated lately that R. C. MtrCor- micJc had treen tendered n diplor inn fiu. iniHsiMn.-TSntne- designating oiw and some another country fa which, ho"--was. Urba accreditpd, while ofchyra tig tin , have denied th.it he hat bVon offered any such position. The follow-; inir "flk'i ' correspondence, which ns-s eonrift ipto opn grfoseistQij, ths the qupslion, the result of which we regret,?st Mr,. McCor inick'rf record at Paris proves that wwtfuld hay' Tjeen ably" Tepre setited by him. Washington, An sr. 6th. 1S79. My Deau Ui'iy iSic&imiick? -J-H-t-d jsi red. by t President t re'iijllirij u bother it" wilt be in ?is pfWii' To obfauAyonr consent t) js rtFfVatrtfisiippoiiitiiieiit, in c the particular mission which h miffhrjie able to offer you a I'wiKl ie, in ..,roiei:arreeatieto yoimsWiJiheij &'J hilefhe President 'litres not TtflWWV Wilts present -purpo-e, ui wll. upon your important ser vice to the countr...

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