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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 May 1873

s rutin H mm Vol.IL YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1873. No. 10. Published every Saturday, by C . 'ii .' MINOR. TERMS InvariaWy in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year.: .-. $5 00 Six Months 3 00 Singie Copies 2n AD VE RTISING : One inch space, or less, one inser tion, $2 50; each subsequent in sertion, $1 25. Contracts by the month, quarter or year at re duced rate3. JOB PRINTING-: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-heads, Letter-heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Programmes, etc., print ed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. Ugk.Fees for legal advertise ments, in all cases, must be paid in advance. EST Currency received at par when' payments are made in ad vance. eSPAll orders by mail or ex press must be addressed to THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, A. T. MISCELLANEOUS. ARIZONA NEWS DEPOT. CIRCULATING LIBRARY. The latest Newspapers, Periodi cals, Magazines, Books,Novels,etc. A fine assortment of Stationery, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Cigars, Candies, and Pictures, SCENES IN ARIZONA, with an extensi...

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. — 17 May 1873

TEE ARIZOHA SBNTIKEb SATURDAY, MAjP17, 1373. i. )t 3n)a!ta.tutfud. $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. YUMA. A. T. SATUTRD1VV, MAY 17," 1S7S. The Eucalyptus Tree for Timber. DUNNING. Should yon ssk us why tbi dtinnins, Why these sad complaints and murmur?, Murinurf loud about delinquent Who have rend the paper weekly, Head what thoy never have paid for, Jtead with pleasure and with profit. Read of church isfif;iirs and prospects, liead of news, both homo and foreign, Jiead tho essays arid the purms, Full of wisdom and instruction; Should ynu ask us why this dunning, We should atiswer, we should tell you From the printer, from the mailer. From the kind old paper tnakei. From the landlord, from the carrier, From the man who taxes letters With a stamp from Undo Samuel Uncle Sam the rowdies call him ; From all thesa thero cornea a message; MeSBagn kind but Grmly spoken. "Please to pay us what you owe us." t "Would you lift a burden from us 1 Would you drive nppectre from us ? Would you tastfl...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTIFEL-SATURDAT, MAT 17, 1873. $5 per Tear ; Six Months, $3. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1873. Our Agents. The following named persons are authorized to receive and re ceipt for subscriptions to the Sen tinel. Our terms are $5 a year, 6 months, $3,currency,in advanoe; Schneider, Grierson & Co., Yuma and San Diego. W. G. Poindexter, Phosnix. J. S. Mansfield, Tuscon. W. T. Hall, Mineral Park. J. W. Stwiirt, Ehrenberg. Thomas Boyee, Merchants' Ex change, San Francisco. Rowell & Go., 41 Park P.owN.Y, Pettengill&Co., 37 " u ABIZOHA & SOffORA PAPERS, No. xrr. By John 0. Bacon. Hkbmosillo, Dec. 1872, While snow-banks pile up high and higher on the Northern slopes of the Sierras Madras, and raw winds blow the heavily cloaked pedestrian along, green gms here waves at the bidding of tropic- zephyrs, and as if to more completely bo wilder the North American, near "chana tes" execute bravuras beyond the skill of your mere virtuoso. El chanate is a tireless minstr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 May 1873

ARIZOBA SENTINEL-SaTUUDAY. MAI 17,1873. e'lriiaiiElEiitiuel.. $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3 C. X.4 MINOR, Editor & Proprieterf tabes I 1 YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1873. - ' , ABOUT IffDIAffS. . For more than 20 years, -Ju diaus west of the Missouri, with a" few' notable exceptions, have never buried tne hatchet; have in .the-Departmenfr-of'Ari- fcona: , , . t Yutnas............ .,.t..'.,....r... Jj500 fCheinehuevis... . ; 750 New'River Indians - 750 Cocopaa!..... .'..li..'J.. 1.800 tPab-Utcs . J. . . .' .... .V 1 .'. ..'!' .1.'. f 500 Mobavos . 1 . 1 '. : A' . . ill ...I. .'. . .' 2,500 ffaalpaisl..:. .1 A:T?1?.!:V;:"A.. G6o Yavapais ...... .I...:'.. 1 ...'. 500 fPiroas, .... -....'..:.:.... A 4,000 Maricopas 700" Papugos ": 800 tMqquis .v.. . 2,000 'i Casinos , .:.......-... ,000 I r I f 1UUIUB.V...'.... .j UUU held scalping bees, whenever, itl g tpinaa suited tneir savage,cqn:euience; and sought the scalps of women and children as we hunt gold, silver, borax, or diamonds. T...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 May 1873

TEE ARIZONA SENTDTEL SATURDAY, MAT 17, 1873. 5 TEE VERY BEST OE HEWS! Tho Telegraph to be Commenced within a Month ! We have it from authority that the military telegraph from San Diego to this point will he com menced as soon as Co. B, 12th In fantry shall have been relieved by Co. D, same regiment, if not sooner, A cook wanted Apply at this office. EESTJME OF THE WEEK'S NEWS From the Western Union Line. Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice of the U. S. Supremo Cqurr, is dead Con gressman O.'ikufl Ames, is dead A pistol was fired Way 8 at Governor-of-Louisiana Kellogg, which grazed his neck ; a war of races seems inevitable; the people are arming to fight for McEnery, the people's gubernatorial choice; Gen. Grant will up hold Kel logs; ; Federal troops had . inter fered The P. M. General has informed the P. M. S. S. Co. that U. S. mails can- not be transported in foreign bottoms Cavalry, infantry and artillery are enrouto to tbo Lava Beds ; Dr. Semis' leg had beett amputated ; at dayligh...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL SATCJiiDAY MAT 17, 1873. e Irtjoua leiithiel $5 per Year ; Six Mouths, $3, YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1873. For (he Sentinel. REPLICATION. And why of the Christian ask about That way intangible, the route T unalloyed bliss T Alike they grope in darkness old, The Pagan priest and Christian bold ; Then why this "warfare" mill uphold When CbriBt's mission was Peace ? Neither eek wo the "Why, and After," God's ways to Him are plain ; We plant the seed, with groan or laughter, It flowers and fruits the Baaae. We grasp the past for the good it brings Nor note each fleeting breath, For Life Eternal Btronely sings "Where ib thy 8ting,0!Death7" Why then these ueeless inaundenngs, Fruitless always, and wild 7 Contented be that in some things We do excel a child. Nor wish to know where "heaven" may be, Or "what and where is God ;" Wiy agitate a Theory That has filled the earth with blood T Of friend and foe In the long age, Eroyou or I grew, Or either knew Aught of Fait...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SEOTIOTL-SATtFRDAY, MAI 17, 1873. (jENEBAL merchandise, GEETERAL MERCHANDISE. D. NEAHR'S COLUMN. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. M. B. hooper & CO., Importers and dealers in GENERAL - MERCHANDISE, SaN FRANCISCO, Cal. EHRENBERG, A. T. a n d - YUMA, A. T. Having closed our retail depart ment, we shall, from and after this date, attend exclusively to the wants of our jobbing custom ers throughout Arizona Territory and Sonora, Mexico. To interior merchants, small dealers, station keepers, saloon keepers, ranchmen, freighters, etc., who buy in quantities, ve now offer our entire stock of goods AT COST, To make room for large invoices soon to arrive. We "guarantee" satisfaction in quality and PRICE, and those desiring anything in stock, will not regret examining same before doing so in any other market. Orders from parties at a distance will meet with the same care and Attention as though themselves present. Highest price paid for BUL LION, HIDES, or any other mar ketable artiele pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL-SATURDAY: MAY 17, 1873. MEDICAL. MEDICAL. MISCELLANEOUS. Vincpracr Bitters nrc not a vile Fain v Drill k", ninile of J'oor Km.i, Whisky, I'rool Spirits anil Refuse Liquors, doctored, spk-eil, and sweetened lo jlca'-e the taste, railed "Tonic," "Arpeti.ers," "Kesiorers," Ac. that lead Uic tiimkr on to (IrunkcinicK; ami ruin, but are a'tnie Medicine, i.ade from the native root.- aud licrhs or California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Oreat Blood Purifier and a Lire-pivinjr I'riuciple, a Perfect Renovator and Invigor ator ot the System, carryin-joirall poisonous matter, cn.l restoring the Wood to a healthy condition, enriching it. refreshing and in vigoratingjioth mind and body. They arc easy of administration, prompt in their ac tion, certain in their results, safe and reli able in all forms or disease. No Person can tsilcc these Hit ters according to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their liones arc not destrovedbyminer.il poisqii o...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

Witt Vol. II. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1873. No. 11. Published every Saturday, by C. Ii. MINOR. TERMSInvariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year '., $5 00 Six Months . 3 00 Singie Copies..... 25 ADVERTISING : One inch space, or less, one inser tion, $2 50; each subsequent in sertion, $1 25. Contracts by the month, quarter or year at re duced rates. JOB PRINTING : Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-heads, Letter-heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Programmes, etc., print ed in every style,:with neatness and dispatch. Fees for legal advertise ments, in all cases, must be paid in advance. Currency received at par when payments are made in ad vance. CSTAil orders by mail or ex press must be addressed to THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, A. T. MISCELLANEOUS. Pacific Mail S. S. Co. MISCELLANEOUS. ARIZONA NEWS DEPOT. CIRCULATING- LIBRARY. The latest Newspapers, Periodi cals, Magazines, Books,Novels,ete. A fine; assortment; of Stationery, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Cigars, Candies, and Pictures, SCENES I...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

2 THE ARI20IA SMT1NEL SATURDAY , MAT 24, 1873. $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1873. Exodus A. D. 1849. A. tale half told and hardly understood: The talk of bearded men that chanced to meet ; That leaned on. long, quaint rifles in the wood, That looked in fellow-faces, epoke discreet Ana low, as nalt in doubt and in defeat Of hope ; a tale it was of lands of gold That lay toward the sun. Wild winged. and Meet It spread about the swift Missouri' bold Unbridled men, and reached to where Ohio m rolled. The long chained lines of yoked and pa tient steers : The long white trainB that pointed to the west. Beyond the sarags west; the hopes and iears vf blunt, untutored men, who hardly guessed Their course ; the brave and silent women dressed In homely bdud attire, the bova in handa The cheery babes that laughed at all, and blessed The doubting hearts with shouts and lifted bands, Proclaim an exodus for far, ontraverssd lands. The plains! The shouting drivers at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL SATURDAY, MAT 24, 1873; $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1S73. Our Agents. The following: named persons are authorized to receive and re ceipt for subscriptions to the Sen tineij. Our terms are $5 a year. 6 months, $3,currency,in advance Schneider, Grierson & Co. Yuma and San Diego. W. G. Poin dexter, Phoenix. J, S. Mansfeld, Tuscon., W. T. Hall, Mineral Park. J. W. Stwart, Ehrenberg. , Thomas Boyce, Merchants' Ex change, San Francisco. Pvowell & Co., 41 Park Row N.Y Pettengill&Co., 37 " ARIZONA & SONOEA PAPEES No. XIII. By John C. Bacon. The Sonora river . flows past Hermosillo; ,its banks are noted throughout that State for their fertility. Of the great variety of crops which can be' raised there, tobacco is the principal industry of the region lying north of Her mosillo, four and fivequintals having been raised to the aere The growth of red pepper there is wonderful four crops being gen erally gathered within the twe...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTIIEL-SATURDAT, MAI 24, 1073. t Iruaua ntiml C. L. MINOR, Editor & Proprietor. $5 per Year ; Six Months) $3. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1873. TEXAS & PACIFIC R. R. A special dispatch to the San Diego Union, dated the 17th, an nounces the arrival in San Fran cisco, of Jas. A. Evans, Chief En gineer of the California Division of the Texas and Pacific Railway." Mr. Evans says that "the force at present employed on the western (San Diego) end of the railroad will certainly not be decreased until the road, is completed." That paper has the assurance that at least one million dollars will be expended by the Company in San Diego this year To justify this assertion, the "force," instead of assurances from Mr. Evans of not being diminished from the present number (eight or ten), should be increased to at least ten times that number. The San Gorgonio Pass route, as we predicted last January, has been formally adopted. The dispatch says that Mr. Evans is "negotiating ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTINELSATURDAY, MAI 24, 1873. 5 $jr Irtjaua InttitteL UTUEJK, VICTORY ! their Eancherias, Provision and Blaiikets Destroyed ! Capt. Nickerson. of Gen. Crook's staff, arrived here un Tbnrsday the 22d inst, witn a detachment of Co. A, Jst Cav., Lt Hogan commanding. This force, together with a detachment of Huulpai Indian scouts, were sent out by Gen. Crook from Frescott, about the- last of April, to operate against the Apache-Mojaves who left the Date Creek feeding post when the remnin der of the tribe were being removed by the Indian Department to the reservation set apart lor them at Camp Verde. The troops were operating in the coun try back ot Date Creek, where, on the 6th tbey attacked a band of renegades, killing five and capturing and destroying their ranchenas and all their provision, bian nets etc. The command were then about to pro ceed against another band, when the order for the companies of the 1st Cavalry to proceed to the Modoc country came, and materially ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SE-NTIftELSAERDAY , MAI' 24, 1873. 1 rijaitit Inithul $5 per Year ; Six Mouths, $3. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1873. Irrigation. We call the attention of the readers of the Sentinel to the following article, copied from the New American Cyclopedia : The waterinsr of lands by cur rents led through numerous chan nels distributed over the surface; also by temporally flooding them with water. Tne arc is consider ed one of the most ancient appli cations of science to agriculture. It was practiced irom nine mi memorial bv the ancient Eygpt ians and by the Assyrians and Babylonians, and has ever con tinued of prime necessity in the warm countries bordering the Mediterranean. The plains of Assvria and Babylonia were cov ered with an immense system of canals, some of them hundreds of miles in length, intended partly for navigation and partly tor. ir rigation. Their remains to this dav constitute one of the most prominent features in the anti auities of those countries. The Ass...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTHELr-SATURDAY, MifY 24, 1873. . GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. D. NEAER'S COLUMN. GENEBAL MEEOHANDISE. R. HOOPER & CO., Importers and dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. EHRENBERG, A. T. ' . , and , . , .' ' ' YUMA, A. T. . , Having "closed our retail depart ment, we shall, from and after this date, attend exclusively to the wants of our jobbing custom ers throughout Arizona Territory and Sonora, Mexico. To interior merchants, small dealers, station keepers, saloon keepers, ranchmen, "freighters, etc., who buy in quantities, we now offer our entire stock of goods AT COST, To inaue room for large invoices soon to arrive. J. Cheap 8 A M T J3 R S Cash Store. We ''guarantee" satisfaction in quality and PRICE, and those desiring anything in- stoqk, will not regret examining same before doing so in any other market. Orders from parties at a distance will meet with the same care and attention as though themselves present. Highest price paid fo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENOTEL-SaTURDAI, MA? 17, 1873. 1 -umrnHMaCT MEDICAL. MEDICAL. MISCELLANEOUS. Viaeeav Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink, made of Poor Rum, Wuisfcy, Proof,' Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please the taste,, called; "Tonics," "Appetizers," 'IRestorers," &c, that lead the tippler orr-to drunkenness and ruin, hut are a true Medicine, i?.adc from the native roots- and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Ttiey.aro the-Great-BIood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, s Perfecfjlenovator and Invigor ator of the System, carrying ofT all poisonous matter, ana restoring the blood to a healthy1 condition, enriching it. refreshing and in vigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administration, jprompt la .their ac tion certain in. their, .resultssafe 'and reli able in all forms of disease. Ne Person can. take tlicso Bit ters according to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mine...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 May 1873

ttdmtl Vol. II. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1873. Ifo. 12. MISCELLANEOUS. HOTELS, ETC. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Sfe Arizona Published every Saturday, by G . Ii . MINOR. TERMS' Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year , $5 00 Six Months 3 00 Singie Copies 25 ADVERTISING: One inch space, or less, one inser tion, $2 50; each subsequent in sertion, SI 25. Contracts Dy tne month, quarter or year at re duced rates. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-heads, Letter-heads. Circulars. Labels, Cards. Programmes, etc.. print ed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. RsaFees for leeal advertise ments, in all cases, must be paid in advance. EST Currency received at par when payments are made m ad vance. B"All orders by mail or ex press must be addressed to THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, A. T. MISCELLANEOUS. ARIZONA NEWS DEPOT. CIRCULATING LIBRARY. The latest Newspapers, Periodi cals, Magazines, Books,Novels,etc. A fine assortment of Stationery, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Cigars, Candies, and P...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL SA?U HD A Y , MAT 31, 1873'. ,2. $5 per Year ; .Six Months, $3.' p. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1873. Our Agents, The following named personst are authorized to re6eive and re ceipt for.su bscriptions to the Sen tinel. Our terms are $5 a year, C months, $3,currency,in advance; Schneider, Grierson & Co., Yuma and San Diego. AV. G. Poindexter, Phoenix. J, S. Mansfeld, Tuscon. W. T. Hall, Mineral Park. J. W. Stwart, Ehrenberg. Thomas Boyce, Merchants' Ex change, San Francisco. Howell & Co., 41 Park Bow N.Y, Pettengill&Co., 37 " " Irrigation EC. At the present time the water is raised irom the Nile by means of the so-called Persian wheels, which are seen along the banks of the river from the sea to the cataracts. It is received into large cisterns, and is let out as required, being conducted along the chan nels prepared through the fields of grain, melon, sugar cane, or saffron. Similar metheds are in use in the hot countries of other parts of Africa a...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 May 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL SATURDAY, MAI 31, 1873. lt 5lrtaua $enthuL $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1873. ABIZOETA & SONORA. PAPEES, No. XIV. I By John 0. Bacon. A bright morning in December last found mo traveling on foot to Guaymas, in company with a train of wagons bound thither. About nine miles from IJermo sillo, on the descending grade from the sierras to El Pozo ha cienda, I walked on in advance of the train and was a mile or more ahead of it, when soldiers ap peared in the road, escorting a wagon, and traveling toward me. As soon as these ragged chas seurs a pied espied me-, I noticed that one of them halted a mo ment and rammed down a car tridge in his carbine. While this excited wonder, I did not attach so serious a signi ficance to the act as I should have done; for I thought that perhaps the soldier had loaded his gun to shoot one of the many conejo rab bits to be found in that vicinity, of which to make a meal. But I was quickly undeceived; f...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 May 1873

THE ARI20HASBNTlNElHSATCfIlDAI,.MAY 31, 1873. )t xm jntitud. $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. C. L. MIHGR, Editor & Proprietor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1873. A SPECK OF WAR. Telegraphic dispatches that ap peared in the San Diego Daily Union oi tne zotn, crave m ueuui the official intelligence from Washington,that "Col. McKenzie was surprised in camp 80 miles from Fort Clark, Texas, oy a nana of Backapoo Indians, on tne lbtn inst.; and that an engagement onsued, in which 18 ot the red Mexicans went down to rise no more, and 42 were captured, with loss.2 men. The fighting was done on Mexican soil, and our troops were fired on while crossing the Bio Grande, The Kickapoos had formed an alliance with the Mescalero, Galanero and Lipan Indians, all of whom had made a treaty with the Mexicans, by tne terms of which all stock stolen in Texas and brought into Mex ico they are to brand, thus pre venting its recovery by American owners. Our Government will be in no haste to apologize to ...

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