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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 May 1880

V V- AbIZONA. ISBNTINMi . 9ATURDAT MAY 23, 1850. PaSKCBgers and Prelcht for the week -endinc May 20- PASSENGERS. East ICS 8t -100 FKRIGHT. Yuma 38 Tons Mariropa '-j Cusa Grande... i Tuwon V2i T LOCAL MATT ID RS. Iced drinks of all descriptions at the luma Exchange. 1'J 4t. Mr. II. L. Bracif roes up on the Moliave 'as freisht clerk. Mr. Isaac Lyons left for San Fran'-'Uco the 25tV inst... on a lnuinets trip. The Oila is advertised to leave ou the 5th -rf June with freisrnt and passengers for XI Dorado Cufion. Ginocchio & Co. arc making fine im tprovi'inente to their store by those lare fine show windows. The Treasury no' holds S363,o,l5.G5' in 'United States bonds, deposited to secure the National Bank circulation. The "strike" in the cotton mills in Enjr - Unt has begun to assume a dtscourajiiiiir aspect, over 30,0i)0 operatives arc now .rendered idle. Fouud. ou Main street, near the ehuich, -Sunday morning, a lady's fan. Call, iiteu ttify, and take away, or we will give it to -...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 May 1880

MISCELLANEOUS YUMA: MISCELLANEOUS : MISCELLANEOUS : MISCELLANEOUS I L A. M 3CELLANE0US : uirui Excliangt SALOON. I HAVE LEASED THIS POPULA rert, and shall endeavor to cc tribnte to tlio comfort and pleasure of n. patront CHOICE LIQUORS AND CICAF Coastantly n hand. A' SPLENDID BULIARD IABI Furnished Rooms Also i PEED & LIVERY STABLE, Main street, near Steamboat Landing in Kailroad Depot, Thos. J - Holt. 10-tf BAKKIN, BRAYTON & GO. No. 127 First Street, San Pranoieoo, Mining Work a Speciality, Parties wanting any kind .of mining machinery are n qucstid to set.d for II lustrated Circular. We have had 20 years expierence in mining machinery and guarantee work that will give the best, possible result on all elapses of ore Work or Me imjm quai ty, and prices nioderai9 16 3 me Leopold Furrer, f ATEBUI AND' DRAYMAN. Would respectfully notify the citizens u Yuma that he is prepared to furnish XJTT "t o r Promptly, to any part of the city, at usttat rates, on condition that every pers...

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. — 5 June 1880

VOL. IX. YUMA, ARIZONA. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1880. NO. 23. The Arizona Sentinel. PultlislHid even Saturday by JOHN X 2XI-L. 17 r-o lix-i o l o x'. Sulscxlptloii : One vear $5 00 Six months 3 00 Single copies...... . 12 Or.c inch, each insertion $2 fl7 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Tcxb rilntls Legal Blanks,. Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes.ttc, printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. JST'Currency taken at par. C. W. Craxh, Agent. 32S Montgomery St., Sax Francisco. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HENRY N. ALEXANDER, Attorney at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. commissioner of Deeds for the States of Californi and Pennsylvania. jflicc, Main street, next toSent. net office, Yuma Arizona. O. F. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOR ARIZOXA. fuma, Arizona FARLEY & POM ROY, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Tccbjx, Arizona. Notaries Public. Ofliee of United Stales .district Attorney. Olliee on Congre...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 June 1880

Aeizona Sentinel. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. NEW TO-DAY, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS. LYONS' COLUMN. J USE 5, 18S0 Senator Eaton has had ihe audacity to offer u resolution that our citizens in fori ign countries should be projected against the arbitrary acts of those countries. The theory is an excellont one. Lies travel fst. It was report ed to the Commissioners of Indi an Affairs at Washington C'ty, that the Sau Carlos Indians had If ft the reservation, hut happily for that "high muck a muck," the wiies informed that the Agency Indians were almost as tranquil as painted ship upon a painted ocean. It is barely posji ble that some day, but when, we will not predict, the San Carlos Indians may break out, with the itch and the measles. Belt. Chile has again defeated the Peruvians. Where does all ihe enthusiasm and confidence re ported the other day in Lima come in? The allied army was splendidly organized and equip ped, and only wai'ed the appeai ance of the hungry, footsore Chilean...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 June 1880

Akizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, JUtfE 5, IS SO Passengers and Frelslit for week ending June 5. the PASSENGERS. East 134 West 107 FREIGHT. rumn SO tons Maricopa 16 Casa Granite W " Tucson -. 08 " Pantano 103 " LOCAL MATTERS. Iced Tea at the Palace Hotel. Hon. David N:ahr, arrived from Picha -co, yesterday. We Raw Mr. Van Arsdale and wife of El Rio, in town to-ay. Horace CVark informs us th it lie is now delivering forty tons of ore a day for the mill at El Rio. SUMMARY OF MININGr NEWS. GUS81GHT CAMP. The Ojo Copper mines are being open ed, a force of thirty men are at work clearing the debris from the old tunnels and shafts. Mr. Chapman is foreman. The "Guusight" is still the star of the southwest. Thirty-five men are at work nteht and day. The main shaft is down 125 feet, all the way in rich ore. Mr. B. F. Bivens is superintendent. Surprise Party. Capf. naskell arrived yesterday morn ing from San Francisco. He left this morning for Presoott 3.000.000 barrels ot oil was produced during t...

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. — 5 June 1880

MISCELLA2H20US: MISCELLANEOUS : YTJJtfA: JMISCELLANENU5 : MISCELLANEOUS : MISCELLAHZQ,uS:: Yuma Exchange S A -L f Q K . T HAVE LEASED THIS POPULAI X rceort, and shall endeavor to cor tribute to the comfort end ploasuro of m palroui mmi liquors md mmi Constantly on hand. i SPLEHDID BP-USD MM TurriishetJ 'Rooms "Also i IPEED & ZjVTERY ST3Tx3, "Main street, near Stenmboat'Lan'dlngi lC Railroad Depot, Thos. J . ;io-tf BAHK!s,',BRAYTOMCD. No. 127 First Street. San SPx-cbxxoiiscHaB, Mining -Work -a SpeclaHty, Parties -"wanting any kind ofminlng machinery are requested to send for' II lustratcd Circular. We have had 20 years oxpierence in mining machinery and guarantee work that will give the best possible results on all classes of ore. :Work of the liestqual ty, and prices moderate U6-3 Die. Leopold Fur rex, 'MERMAN AHB BRAYIAf , "Would respectfully notify the citizens o Tuma tkat heiis preparefi-to furnish Promptly, to.any part of- the ciiy, at .usual i rates, on -codim-ion that ever...

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. — 12 June 1880

xsKmsTrNxyrffrr in jxtl, things. VOL: IX. YUMA, AEIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 42, 1880. NO. 24. The Arixaria Sentinel. rublisbcd ever- Saturday by Fi'opi'ietor. Sulscri2JtIJXi : One year t. ?5 00 Six mouths 3 00 Sinu-le coDtes 12 A.d.vex't;islii2r : Orc inch, each insertion -. ; : ?2 50 Each .subsequent insertion.. .t 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. ToI Printing:? Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads-, Letter f '"Beads, Circulars, Labels, CaWsi Prq e grammes, etc., printed in every style, with . neatness and dispatch. EgrCurreney taken at par. Sax FaiKCisco. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HENRY CS. ALEXANDER, Attorney a Latv, AND NOTARY PCBLIC. Lommissioner f Deeds for the- States c Calif onci --sud Pennsylvania. Office, Main stnset, next toSentmel office, Yuma, AsAtaxn. O. F- TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOlt ARIZONA. STuma, : : : : : Arizona FARLEY & POM ROY, Attorneys and Counselors at Iiaw TcCbOK, Arizona. Notaries Public. Ofliec of United States .District At...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 12 June 1880

Arizona Sentinel. SATUJiDA ", GARFIELD FOR PRESIDENT. The jjreat contojt is ended, and the prize lias fallen to the lot of a man who was not before tli 3 con vention as a candidate. General James A. Garfield, Senator los Ohio, is the choice of the Itepub lican Convention for President The result is something of a sur prise to us. When the Conven tion adjourned on the night of the 7th and after the first ballots this juorningtit appeared as if Grant would receive the nomination, his strength slowly increasing; but when the break took place the votes were rapidly cast for Garfield, who had proposed John Sherman, and who received his support and that of Windom's friends. Kansas, a strong Grant state, broke for Garfield, a.-, did Blaine's delegation from Maine. The demoralization then became general, ana despite his repeated declaration lhat he was nota can didate for the Presidency, he was nominated on the thirty-sixth ballot. Thus ended the most re markable contest within the Re publi...

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. — 12 June 1880

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, JUXE 12, 1550 I'asuensers and Frelglit for week ending June 15. the " PASSENGERS. East 181.'..... West 90 FREIGHT. Tuma IS loss Maricopa -1 M Jasa G r&nde Tucson Pantano liZ LOCAL MATTERS. SUMMARY OF MINING NEWS "'Salvator" at Fritz's. Iced Tea at the Palace Hotel. 16 yards of nice calico at Lyons' for $1. Calico neck-tie party to-night at Fitz gerald's. The Tombstone Epitaph is brim full of .news as usual this -week. Gen. Garfield's telegram to Lyons: Send 397 -jars of that "pUt-edge" butter. The best assorted, largest and finest stock.of goods at Lyons ever in Yuma. ' The Democratic Presidential Convention will-most in Cincinnati on the 22d inst. Hon. "H. N. Alexander and family arriv ed home on the Mohave. "Mother may I go to the show?" "What ghow.my.dear?" "Why atLyons', to see those beautiful new goods, and so cheap." General Butler did not come to Yuma, but teleera?hed;to Lyons to send him a euitof those lightweight clothes. "Oh. Jose, (just fro...

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. — 12 June 1880

JLV.JJ .-UJ-L-Ing: MISCELLANEOUS: MISCELLANEOUS Y U M A: MISCELLANENU&: MISCELLANEOUS-: MISCELLANEOUS : Tunia Exchange SALOON. I HAVE LEASED THIS POPULAE report, and shall endeavor to coa tribute to the comrort and pleusurc of palroal CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS Constantly on hand. A SPLENDID BP-UIRB T-iBLI, Furnished Rooms Also i FEED & LIVERY STABLE, Main street, near Steamboat Landing i tC Kailroad Depot, Thos. J 10-tf RANKIN, BRAYTOK & CO. No. 127 First Street, San 3?"i-a2a.ciLjsco, Mining Work a Speciality, Parties wanting ar.v kind of mi a in a: machinery are requested to send for II lustratcd Circular. "We have had 20 rears expierence mining machinery aud guarantee work that will give the best possible results ou all'classes of ore . "Work of the best qual ty, and prices moderai9 16-3 me. Leopold Furrer, "WATERMAN ABB DRAYMAN, "Would respectfully notify the citizens o Yuma tha he is prepared to furnish JU at or Promptly, to any part of the city, at usual ill rates, ...

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. — 19 June 1880

- ., , l1rlrr y-.i.: ufrra.-l YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 4 9, 1880 NO. 25. VOL. IX. X The Arizona SsntErto!. Published every Saturday by JOHN 2T. KXAi'I1, 2T roprfe tor. .Subscription : One rear CO Six months 00 Single copies 13 .A-cLvertlsins : Or.c Inch, each insertion 2 50 Each subsequent insertion .-1 "25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Jo"b I?rintliif ; Lejral Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. STCurreucy taken at par. G. W. Craxe, A?ent,32S.ront.gomerySt., San Fkaxcisco. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H?JRY M. ALEXANDER, Attorney at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. iiommlssiouer of Deeds for the States of Californi and Pennsylvania. Jffice, Main street, next ioSentmel office, Yuma Arizona. O. F. TOWNSENB, Deputy U. S. Rlincrai Surveyor, FOR ARIZONA. Turna, Arizona FARLEY & POftlROY, .Attorneys and Counselors at Law TcCbJX, Arizona. Notaries Public. Office of United St...

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. — 19 June 1880

AEIZONA IEEL SATURDAY, J USE 19, 18S0 Monal RepnMican TlcKet I FOR PRESIDENT ar OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: Chester Jka Arthur. OP NEW YORK. J'ucson is having a boom that evidently does not please those law abiding citizens. We thiHk they have just and lawful reasons for complaining, and shall be very much mistaken if they do notk1S75 bJT Charles G. Mason, Ben right themselves in the matteron the first overt act that is commit-1 ted. We refer to the quartering of Marquez in that city, and.mak- ing it a base for supplying hii bob-tail army. No doubt but he Has a rigrht to soiourn there as a private individual, although it is questionable in equity, if not in law, but there is no questiou about his right to use our territo ry to conceal his arms and troops while he is actively engaged in fomenting another revolution. We aro among the many who think that Marquez has no just cause for his course, and that the Mexican Government has been, on general principle, as fair and impartial in i...

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. — 19 June 1880

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, JWF 19, ISSO. Passengers and Freight for week ending June 10- tltc PASSCXGERS. East ICS West .127 FEEIOHT, Yuma Maricopa 19 TOXS ....21 Casa Grande Tucson 'JS Pantauo 126 LOCAL MATTERS. Iced Tea at the Palace Hotel. Genuine French Percale at Lyons'. Both houses of Congress adjourned or. the 16th in st. The Leadvillc strike broke on the 16th, all the mines have resumed work. An immense arrival of new goods this week at Lyons'. Gov. Seymour emphatically declines be ins; a candidate before the Democratic Convention. . -gfr A liao lot of Lonsdale cambric muslin for ladies weai at Lyons'. "Wc understand that our old friend, Dr. Billy Barney, is practicing his profession at El Dorado, caiion. We hope he will mtct with good success. A splendid 5-ounce Zouave ladies' chain, Tvith tasssl and amethyst slide, originally cost $155, will be sold for 72 at Unele Harris', 221 Kearney street, between Bush and Sutter. At the primary election for delegates to the County Co...

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. — 19 June 1880

! MISCELLANEOUS: MISCELLANEOUS : YUMA: MISCELLANENUS : MISCELLANEOUS : MISCELLANEOUS r Yuma Exchange T HAVE LEASED THIS P0PULA1 X resort, and shall endeavor to con tribnte to the comfort and pleasure of m patron'. GHOiOE LIQUORS AND GsGAITE- CoHstantlr an hand. A SPLENDID BIT-LAIBB MBIT. Furnished Rooms Also i P33D Ss LIVELY STABLE, Slain street, near Steamboat Landing LX.C Railroad Depot, Thos. J . Holt "ICE ALWAYS ON HAND.2 10-tf B-ANKIH, BBAYTQN & GO. No. 127 First Street, San. S"rs3iQisco, Mining Work a Speciality, Parties wanting any kind of mining Tflachinery are requested to send for II lustrated Circular. We have had 20 year3 expierencc in mining machinery and guarantee work that will give the best possible results on all classes of ore. Work of the best qual ty, and prices moderai9 16 5 me. Leopold Fuiier, mm m mws, Would" respectfully notify th& citizens o Yunia that he is prepared to furnish "S7$7" at er Promptly, to any part of the citj, at usual rules, on condit...

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. — 26 June 1880

-t """ " . VOL. IX. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 188(1 NO. 26. nia i II I ! r jJJMia.twJuiIwtjmuajUlijMijj inn mi n hiiiiiimh iiiimi ! The Arizona Sentinel. ! 'Published every Saturday by 'JOHN JP. KXAPP, " 1 "o J3 rletor. SxilRCrlption t "-One year-..-.. .. -..-. ?5 00 xiiionths 3 L'O ""-Single copies-.. vv..-. .-. 12 A. d.-vtf2Tl s Ilia i ' One Inch, each insertion. .....4.-.i-.-.$2 J0 lach Jubequont insertion .-.v-. ll 25 Contracts by the yaa.r or qutiier- .t- re- Aucod rates. Job Prlntlns; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-lTeads, Lettcr--Heads, -Circulars, Labels, Curds, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, -with natneM and dispatch. EsfnEJarrency taken at par. . W. Chase, Agent, 32S Montgomery St., -Sax Fraxcjsco. iA MESSAGE. 'ifr EBEK E. RIXFORD. You are dyinir, my friend ! Your bark will gb'drifting, ere breaking-of diiy, Toward the shores lying over the shad owy bay; And at morn you will ceo, rising fair through the mist, The JiiUs where sunshine 'eternal has kissed. Ch...

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. — 26 June 1880

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, JUXE 26, 1SS0 National EepMieaii Met! '-ffrOff PEES ID EXT ames A, Garfie! OF OHIO. iOK VICE PRESIDENT: Chester Aa Artbm OF NEW YORK. Whenever an allusion has been made by Kepublicau orators and newspapers of tho eminent services rendered during the re bellion or otherwise by any Re publican candidate for office, and more especially that of President, they have beeu met by the De mocracy by that same old cry of bloody shirt," the charges of "Which thoy have rung so presist eatly that now when at last ths Republican party has put forth for the Chief Magistrate one whose private life is so spotless and whoso public career has been without a blemish, that we for once expect that there will be no more of this cry. Humau slavery and the divinity thereof has lost its advocates, and its former up holders now confess the sinful ness of the same. There is one broad Rubicon of prejudice brigd' ed over which now brings us to another that weli eventuate in an honorab...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 June 1880

Aeizona Sentinel; SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1SS0 Pasaeiisrcra und Frcfcht for the wcelz ending .Dune 26. PASSENGERS. EastlG7 , West 105 ntEIGHT. Commercial freight arriving in the Ter ritory durhisr the past week, sixty-one cars, an average of six hundred and ten tons. IiOCA.IL! M AT rJC JJKS. Iced Tea at the Palace Hotel. Still arriving, new goods at Lyons'. tz-- A revolution has broken out in Jlucnos Ayres, and the city is beseiged. Over 1000 persons left New York for Europe June 5th, br different steamers. The usual annual riots have commeneed un Ireland. "Beu Hill. Jessie aud the baby are at iCincinnati. attending the convention. The finest stock of boot; and shoes at Lyons'. Sara. Tildcn withdrew before the as--6cinbling of the Cincinnati Convention. President-IIajes announces that he will visit California this fall, arriving at about 'the time of .the State fair at Sacramento. Llsls thread underwear for gents and ladies. -Just thething for hot weather, at Lyons'. The Colorado is runn...

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. — 26 June 1880

MISCELLANEOUS : Yuma Exchange I HAVE LEASED THIS PCPULA1 rewirt, and shall endeavor to coi tribute to the comfort and pleasure of m. palront SiiOIGE LIQDOBS AND GiGARS Constantly on hand. A SPLENDID BP-LAIRD T1BI! Furnished Rooms Also i FEED & LIVERY STABLE, Main street, near Steamboat Landing itC Railroad Depot, S-ICE ALWAYS ON HAND..jg2 10-tf RANKIN, BRAYTON & GO. . No. 127 First Street. 8an ZEPJETSMOLoiisoc, Mining Work a Speciality, Parties wanting any kind of ruining machinery are requested to send for II lustrated" Circular. "We have had 20 years expierence in aiining- machine and guarantee work that will give the best possible results on all classes of ore . Work o the best qual ty, and prices- moderate 16-3' me. Leopold Furrer, I ATER1AI AD MYIAJf, "rTculd'. respectfully notify the citizens o Yuma that he i& prepared' to furnish 757" otor Promptly, to any part of the city, at usual rate:, on condition that every person receiving water pay promptly At the Expirati...

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. — 3 July 1880

XISG&IEElSnoiElVT IS ALL TJSIIN'GS. VOL. IX. YUMA, AEIZOKA, SATURDAY,. JULY 3, 1880; N O.. 27 .. X The Arizona Sentinel. Publishcfd oTery Saturday by tmHLTT IP. jroprletor. SttlbBoriptlcti t One year..... Sixmonlhs... Single copies. .?5 flO . S 00 . 12 Oncinch, each insertion... v. -..$2 50 Each Jtibscqucnt insertion-.-.-.-. v. .....! 25 Contracts by tbe year or quarter t re duced rates. Job 3? rln tin ar ; Isgai Blanks, Briers, Bill-Heads, Letter Head:, 'Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro . grammes, etc., printed in every style, with Tic-atness an'd "dispatch. ESgrCurreaey tsksn at par. S. W. Ceaxe, Agent,"323 Montgomery St., S.VX FEiNCISCO. PROFESSIONAL CAitDS. KEN UV H, ALEXAN DCf Attorney at Jjavr, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. commissioner of Deeds for the States bf Califomi and Pennsylvania. Office, Slain street, next toSehtine! office, Yuma Arizona. . F. TOWNSEND, deputy iX S. Fflinerai Surveyor, Turna, ; : : : Arizona FARLEY &, PdWSftY', Attorneys and Counselors at E&vf TrjCbOX,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 July 1880

SfeoNA Sentinel. SATURDAY, JULYS, 1SS0 Moiial EopflMican TIctetl FOR PRESIDENT James A. Garfield, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: Chester A. Arthur. OP NEW YORK AMERICA AND THE IRISH FAMINE. itrom the S . F. Post. The Lord Mayor of Dublin has again appealed for subscriptions to relieve the Irish famine, and James Redpath, of New York, has criticised his appeal in a very eloquent and impressive letter. Mr. Redpath was commissioned by the Nev York "Tribune" to visit the Irish famine districts, and report the facts as they ap peared to him. His letters from Ireland were most graphic and pathetic, and did more than any thing else to inform public opin ion in this country upon the causes and extent of Irish cUs tress. He lifted the vail and let the world gaze upon a spectacle which is well calculated to excite the liveliest sympathy for the oppressed people on the one hand, and the strongest detestation of their oppressors on the other. Mr. Redpath demonstrated what Mr. Parnell had affirmed...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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