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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1873

Vol. II. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1873. 'Kg. 25. Irtjana leuiituL Published every Saturday, by C . X, . MINOR. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year ,... $5 00 Six Months 0 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, Billheads, Letter-heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Programmes, etc., print ed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. B?s Fees for legal advertise ments, in all cases, must be paid in advarice. UST Currency received at par when payments are made m ad vance. SSTAll orders by mail or ex press must be addressed to THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, A. T MISCELLANEOUS. SCHNEIDER, GMERSOIT & CO., NEWS AGENTS AND DEALERS IX Books, Stationery , CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO & CIGARS, au23 tf Yuma and San Diego. San Diego and Yuma IT. S. MAIJL Will leave San Diego on Sunday, Tuesday & Th...

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. — 30 August 1873

2 )i Mjoao-ffttfin-eL $5 per Year ; Six, Mouths, $3. YUMA, A. T, SATURDAY, AI G. 30, 1873. Wise If not Otherwise. To live long it is necessary to live slowly. Chemists say no matter is ever lost. Printers deny it Deliver us from a person who uever does wrong, and knows it. . Ladies traveling across the plains carry their hair in their pockets to avoid being scalped.- "What was the result of the trial of that horse -stealer?" asked a Missourian of his neighbor. "O they left him in suspense." The Boston Transcript thinks' that "the ambitious youth who fired the Ephesian dome" was a traveling agent for a patent fire extinguishing apparatus. We rejoice to hear that George Augustus Sahi's complaint has finally yielded "to the local appli cation of the styptic colloid and the use of farasidation." People who have been sending after the 'queer" or counterfeit money, will no doubt be pleased to learn that full lists of their names are being made out for publication. "What," said Jones, "is ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1873

TEE ARIZONA SENTINEL SATORDAY AUGUST 30, 1873. t Srijima jeutiutl. $5jet-Year; Six Months, $3. YUMA. A. T. SATUJRDAY, AUG. 30, 1878. Our Agents. The following named persons are autnonzeu ro receive ana re ceipt for subscriptions to the Sen tineIj. Our terms are S5 a vear. 6 months, $3,currency,in advance; scnneiaer, linerson & uo., Yuma and San Diego. "VV. G. Poindexter, Phoenix. J. S. Mansfeld, Tuscon. W. T. Hall, Mineral Park. J. W. Stwart, Ehrenberg. Thomas Boyce, Merchants' Ex ehanye. San hYannisen. Rowell& Co., 41 Park Row N. Y, jrettengiu & Co., 37 " ARIZONA & SOHQRA PAPERS, No. XXVIL By John C. Bacon. Emerging from the canon of the Sarca, ray road lay in full viear of the prettiest stretch of country I had seen on the trip. On the left, rose the bluff or beau tifully sloping and grassy sides of sierras that stretch away to the Planchas silver mines, the pros pect rendered park-like by scat tering groves and lines of oak trees, planted as if by hand of man. To ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1873

? AKI203A SENTJLS'JSL-SATUHDaY, AOGUST SO, 1873. 9 $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. J. L. KINOB, Editor & Proprietor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, AUG. SO, 187S. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE After laying; over at Ehrenberg twelve hours, we "cast off" and steamed on up the river, leaving behind us many good and kind friends, whose best wishes are for the prosperity of the Sbnti tfBL. We should not forget to mention the fact, that to Col. J. M. Barney and Geo. Tyng are wo placed under many obligations for courtesies shown. One gave us material for "puffing," (50 In a box), and the other something with which to drink his health whenever we thought of him. O how often we thought of Geo., while that ale lasted. On Wednesday morning the Captain Pool of the Cbcopah, ar rived with his boat, liaving on board Capt. I. Polhamusjr., Su perintendent of the Company, who embarked with us and trav eled to his ranch, admirably cho sen, about 55 miles below Fort Mohave. Sam, Ames, the gen tlemanly agent of the...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1873

5 $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. C. 1. MINOE, Editor & Proprietor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, AUG. 30, 1873. MINING ITEMS. Mr. Alvah Smith called at our office on Tuesday last, and gave us the following mining items from Gila City, and the country south and southwest of there, where he has been prospecting of late: San Francisco assays of rock from the Curry mine near Gila City, gave $64,13 in gold, and $23.46 silver. The owners have 200 lbs. rock from same mine now on the way to San Francisco, from which they expect returns soon. The owners of claims on the Kerr lode, also near Gila City, are thinking of starting to work about the 1st of October next, when the weather shall have be come cool. Hock from the Golden Era lead south of Rattlesnake in thiscoun ty, went $90 and over in gold. Tom. Lee Smith and Thomas Smith are the owners. Some 40 miles south of Tule Wells, ia Sonora, Alvah Smith found the ruins of an old minin camp; piles of tailings seven or cicrhtfeet hierh, the remnants ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1873

fflB AEI20HA SMTI&ELATtfKMY, AUGUST 30, 1873. e Slrijaan Sentinel. $5 per Tear ; Six Mouths $3. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, AlTG. 30, 1878. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE ElIRENEE UG , All g. 1 9, 1 873. Once more we are placed under obligations for the generous cour tesy of our fellow-townsman, Capt. I. Polhamus, jr., Superin tendent ot the Colorado Steam Navigation Company for a sail Over the Colorado's turbid Hood. Last Saturday night we stepped aboard that staunch steamboat the Mojave, and found cosy quar ters. At daybreak on the follow ing morning we steamed away from Yuma, having in tow "No. 2" Barge. FIRST DAY OUT. We noticed at once that old sea lion, Capt. John Mellon, of the "Cocopah," who was transferred to tnis Doat lor in is special occa sion; and met, among the passen gers, Messrs. Wilson and Howe, who are on their way to Prescott to take charge of the construction of the Military Telegraph from that place to a point where they will connect with the construc tion party from Sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1873

THE ARIZONA SINTIHSlr-SATlJRDAY, AUGUST 30, 1873. GENERAL ,MEEOHANDISE. GENERAL MEKCHANDISE. D. NEAHE'S COLUMN. GENEEAL MEBCHATOISE. . . w si. b: hooper & co Importers and dealers iD GENERAL jSIEECHAITDISE, SAN.iFRANCISUO, Cal. EHRENBERG, A. T. - an d ,4iOJM'A,.A. .T. V-J ( " . Haying 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 iu quantities, we now offerour entire stock of goods atlcost,'; JT i To make room for large invoices 3on 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, o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1873

8 - TK aRIZOBa KNTISBLt-SATORDaY, AOGOST 30, 873 inmniinnmniMirii nimin i MEDICAL. MEDICAL. MISCELLANEOUS. ... ViiicEra.r Bitters arc not a vile Fancy Drink, made of Poor Rasa. Whisky, Prool Spirits and llcfuse Liqncrs, dor-torci', spiced, nnd sweetened to please the taste, called Tonics," "Appetizer!," "Restorers,"' Ac, that lead the tipnler on to drunkenness and ruin, but arc a'truc Medicine, i.ade from the native roots and herbs or California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They aro -the Great Blood I'uriller anil a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigor ctor ol the System, canyins on all poisonous matter, an.! restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enrichiujr it, refreshing and in vigorating both mind and body. They arc easy of administration, prompt In their ac tion, certain in their results, safe and reli able in all forms of disease. Ko Person cum take these llli tars according to directions, and remain ,ong unwell, provided their bo::es arc net. des...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

7 4- YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1873, Ife . 27. tr -i f.V-. ; - ! Published every Saturday, by " tERMSr.--tnvariai)ly in Advance ; r, : sTJBSRTPTOON: ; One year....... f 5, pa -. BlXMOHthS,.,... ,., r... W . .Singib'Copies...'..... ' 2o . jt)XrEIlTISINiQ' r ' ' ! " " . One inch space, "or loss, ana jnser- . ,,i tion,;$2 50; eacli fsubsequeuit i- ai semon, 51 2?.f Contracts:b.v tho u ; month,, .quarter or year at! rc r; .tluced rates. .- n n7 r. man o, x,o.- ; ' . : i Tor Japan aIi"? CrliliaaT' 4 1" EAVErWharf cor JLJ n'er ot First & Bran-niJf nan, streets, on .thp S.st is&i&sigst andiGt&of every month, punct ually at noon for Yokohama, and 1 Hongkong, cpnu.ectzngac Yokolia- Lino for Shanghai, Via Hiogojand 'Nagasaki. For Sew Yoi'k, via Faiaama, ea-.ii month, for Panama, and fc-on JOB PRI NTTNGr t , iLega! d3hinks, f3riefs,: Bill-heads, -Jjetterfhea'ds, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Prograinraes.ietCM' priut--cd in every stylerjwith neatness and: 'dispateh.i.v1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

AKL3DJ9A SATU JlftfcX, SEPTEMBER 13, 167S. CijUtjaUll ffiMittilJ, SQjELCM mom."- - t fV" -l 35 JOfj The Countries vhsre Gold Gees. j In , the reign of Darius-gold was 'thirteen times "more vaiuhuie, wefcrht for weight, than silver. In the d&ie'dfPlato it was twelve r times more valuable. Inthe time j ,b Julius .tfesargold. rvvaa only mne times-more, valuable, oyiHg Jr 'perha'ps.'tortiio enormous quanri i ty of, .gold.-seizud by him in, the wars, it is a natural question to osk wirac. uecaroe 01 'an .me goiu and silver?. A -paper read before tho Polytechnic Association; by ' -Dr. Stephens is calculared'toiieet - ;rrti!iM7 . Sitmiliftna enru VliJO AJlVWiJJ'. JLA KJfcWl&. Ill of-our annual product," iuily 15 per cent, is melted uown forman ufao,turin;.3o percent, goes to .Europe; zo per cent, to uunaj 10 - -percent, to Brakilj, .five, directly. leaving out o per cent, lor cireu latiou in Ji is country. Of the gold .which goes-to Gubrt u pei cum. miua lia way luiju rope, where, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

m ARgOIA SENTISlL--SATgRPA Y , SEPTEMBER 13, 1873, i Slrijnaa leuiiuel. $5 per Year ; Six Months, $3. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 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, $8,currency,in advance; Schneider, Grierspn & Co., Yuma and San Diego. W. G. Poindexter, Phcenix. J. S. Mansfeld, Tuscon. W. T. Hall, Mineral Park. J. W. Stwart, Ehrenberg. Thomas Boyce, Merchants' Ex change, San Francisco. Howell & Co., 41 Park Row N. Y. Pettengill & Co., 37 44 " ARIZONA & SOffORA PAPERS, No. XXX. By John C. Bacon. Tucson was reached at length, the outpost of American-civilization. The white tents ofsoldiers sent a thrill to the heart of this traveler, and when he saw the neatly dressed, well conditioned 4boys in blue," and contrasted their martial bearing with that of the half-breed Indian boys "soldiering" in Souora, swathed in dirty cotton rags, with abject fear...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

THE ARBOBA'SifcrrUJarr-SATaKDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,-1873. tE Slri;aaa leatinel. $5 per Year ; Sk MrathB.HS3. C. L. MINOR, Editor & Proprietor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1873. COLONIZATION SCHEME. The Bottoms of the Colorado. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS AND SURVEYS. Messrs. M. G. Wheeler, of Sim Diego, John L. Bearce, of Mission Ban Jose, and Chas. A. Wetmore, of San Francisco, arrived in (this place on Saturday evening last, having come down the Colorado in a hoat. These gentlemen have just completed a tour of observa tion and surveys of the valley of the Colorado from Fort Mohave to this place, which has been done in tho interest of certain capitalists, whoso intention it is to place, a colony on those lands reported favorably upon. The bottom lands along tho river were accurately measured hy Mr. Wheeler, who is the coun ty surveyor of San Diego Co., and topographical notes taken, Messrs, Wetmore and Bearce assisting. The all-important question of how to irrigate these lands from...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

THIS AR12fSA MTRl5XArmiAT SEFTEMIQ 13, 1873. $5 Dor Year ; h Months. $3. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1873. NOTICE. John C. Bacon is authorized to. transact the business of this office during my absence. C. L. Minor. S. D. & Arizona Telegraph THE SENTINEL'S FISST TELEGEAM- JSpeeial to tho "Arizona Sentinel." San jDikcjo, Sept. S, 1873. 5:30 P. M. C. L. Minor, Editor "Arizona Sentinel:" The Construction Party of the "Sin Diego oud Arizona Military Telegraph Line" has reached a point two miles East of the old adobe building in Jamul Valley, twenty-three miles east of ban Diego. The party is building the line at the rate of three miles a day. The soldiers are working splendidly, and enjoying country life. Connection with San Diego being complete, the line will he tested at 5 P. M. eat;h clay. W. E. Dove, Captain. Capt. D. has our thanks for this favor. We trust nothing may oc cur to mar his "electric" course at least not until Fort Yuma shhd nave oeen reacnea. Jjiu your glasses ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

FEE AKIZ33U SEKTJSBL-SATURDaY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1873s. CIie Srijana. ieuttiul, $5 per Year ; Six Mouths, $3. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1873. ATTENTION, FOKTY-NIHERS ! The following letter was re ceived at this office, which is of particular interest to all those who left Pitcsburg Pa., under the leadership and at the time men tioned below : PrrrsnuKGir.PA., Aug. 15, 1873. Dear Sir It will bo 25. years on the loth of March, 1674, sinco tho "Pitts burgh and California Enterprise Com pany," laft Pittsburgh for California by steamer "Consignee," to St. Joseph, Mo., theuca tho overland routo to California with mule- teams. The few returning aud now remaining jn lrittsourgh propose- to liave n lic-univti, or rather, a Quarter-of-a-Centtiry Anniversary, and kojm members will attend it possible the object of the meeting being to know how many of the Company are living, and where located; Low many dead, and where buried ; and afterwards to have an Annual Meeting of the Company until its l...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

THE AKiZOff A SEKTOTLrSATtJRpJlT SEPTPMBEg M Jf 7?,, -GENERAL MEBOHANDISE. 1 D. NEaMS COLTIMN. GENEBAL MEBCHAHDISE4 i M. B. HOOPER CO.j . ... .H - '' ' JS A M T E R S 1 f Reporters and dealers ia, 1 au1''! "w "" GBHKEAL - HERCHU DISS, " gAFRANCISCO, Cat ' , f.EE&ENBERG, A T, - i'-'s.yXJMA, A.T.- ajCSa- S $"1 T sjdjr&falftfei mentre'jghjallK4jronaj -nd &ftet this dlSfteJCciusively 4a tn,e wimtsofcotfrjt$J!iiigi .custom.-? era thraughoufcA-RZona Territory;; r ii Si 5? : Has onhanduiriUs constantly re- Formerly. Cheap John Store,) ) - ; "JuT -V t -hni;. r;(ii-Z4- TtrAiviW ? 5l i -y.-i i .1 .- -I. ' ' . . .11. .W". ' "Wholesale, andRetailJDealer.in J ass DRY GOODS .CLOTHING .ii ' F6refgn andljomestio " . Silks, Saius and Lace ,. DRESS,CppD8, ? t 1LAINES,- SHAWLS, and W fine assortment of y SBOUSEKEEPING GOODS! --Ladies'i: Misses' & Children ?fi,'. l-BSUOJES, TlliS: and -BOOTS and Sonor.;Msxico.4 S C 5 J IS , To interioKa-mexchant81.snanll- r T Meals Boys' and. Youths Int...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1873

OAitlBixTiERS as they will speedily remove tho tUrk-ce-Iorcd viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the tunic time stimjilotinjr the secretions of the liver, ::nd pcne'rally restoring the healthy lunctions of the digestive organs. , c ,Scrofln?nx5 KKiffTs f fl White; j l swenmifa, ulcere; Erypipcins, Mvened ueeK, Tf'fjsKHJitre, Serofulous Inflammations, Indolent ' KrvrY TVirfifhina. r.r ilSl:ln .SimrH'& tfnnVf J4isMCm. AVjf.wp.irtji VivrfiaiiMr'r.IEi!. Gjf f 7KR3ilfave ihoivn'tiielr great cunitive pow er.? iu the most obstinate and intractable ca4 .fiLavf .I,.,. JL?i f E.1I? KriiritGond nnd sweetened to please the taste, called Tonics," "Appetizers," "'Itestbrerft," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and rnin. hut are a true Mcdlciue, r-ade from carfXSiliers net on til these cases la a similar manner. Ky purifyiua, inc. Blood they remove iji, causiantl by rcsolvimr,, awayj the clftM ot.tlibj ipilatttiuatioa (tifu tuberrularf deposits) fiie affected parts re-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1873

. -JJubilsfced esry Saturday by htVAl t cvi&'i.'I t n&ix oh'. SMif a- O iftTear::.'? .. '."''W siDTiirnnina ... : "' --'fi J f-r' L.Jiiv,., ji .-.ir.-. i -r..i .. i I T: . . ''' Lma.wjih. 11 Wiir IdeM ' J V"; ;tion; $2.i SjE&reacfc 'subsequent in- tap'or yew Yorlt'vk P'afcattiayl 3 L i - . - rrr? 1 la-i-iri-"""-' ' .nnnn. . nn . incv ni.ii.'lniwi. ,l3f n nf nf ,1.. uarusv jrograjnmes: uic., uriuT- oT ,--f;o'd Jmeterfcstyle with licatnesst and dispatch.' a.. .T? -- r . i . ksTiFfcesjbr legal advertise. r3 whoajiftyinnte.iQ..n),ade in ad V- T VAUbrdehirby mail or ex it &n-j-KK..g nifcaVlfe.aTldVe'ssed 'to! . .... & i-lVif L10A.VIt"...Viixickc(r- l&giu .ucr jQf Jicsl &.Bran--j W(1 of- .cftWftnth. nunet: GOUQRADO mi LoaJi JiibiiUribKIPanarna, and oon- rj nectmg, . via Panama ,;Iiilrqud,. u'liiV'ono' orureoinminv'd en- didteamci'a" froni-rAispinwal) Xoj( Ne-vYorlA -a. ' J j ? .When the saiKfrg-"fAjlsJn SifndaV tlio sloamr "a'H1 aifoif irear i.n5Teaft'Stly situ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1873

. - ' Vf. i jo of OMef Ojaar LUKEOUS a- v- a is . . .ik-r -SPF THE -J v :rjharityt as The Washington Republican! M "J -q-j i j wr-' 4 ir J L 1 a -3v er fc s! -ri Sfff Annual re s&ruiiDA.it, SEPT. so, fiJfi .04vNEW:5lJwfcBa your bioih? ,r t-dayioBir Horace, vjepe... He an- .Swered. ,tfBe disci of, 'having .cotKincr. to " do." i?Alasi." said r.Tw-Spiu.olliptflfaf; wep" enough d ,ufcffi nnv eeiiefsri of uaX Here wo , ha.ve.a'h int oa wijiclv-raajr 'ap1 thejnan wbq has. noj.&ing; $0. dp, 'j -i'aqallf other- pauses, Inked;- to geUier. Its .eilqnuoD.tqjw being frit to-dayivory w&cre aud forces t" itself torr our notice'as the great curse of humanity. What is, -the I cause ofithis idleness? Ia. Whs- puse there .is nothing 'for these " "i- ople'to do or because they .can do,'noth'ing? 'Everyone knows that Jmfhis world thare ""is .work J. .enough ibT'ftH, both of hand arid . cram, 11 tney only wish to work v and know how- to do it.- The'dif t lie'dlty usually lies . Tvhh I th p. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1873

1873. 3 'ttttttttl. 5 uer Year ; Six Moutlis. $3. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, S&PT. 20, 1STS. 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,curreney,in advance; Schneider, Grierson & Co., Yuma and San Diego. "W. G. Poindexter, Phconix. .' J. S. Mansfeld, Tuseon. W. T. Hall, Mineral Park. J. W. Stwarr, Ehrenberg. Thomas Boyce, Merchants' Ex change, San Francisco. Bowell& Co.,41 ParkBowN. Y. Pettengill & Co., 37 " " AEIZOA & SOOEA PAPEB3, No. XXXI. By John 0.' Bacon. At Tucson met a very intelli gent jungusa genuennan, just from the Kingdom of Oude, in the East Indies; but his perfect acquaintance with many Oriental idioms, had not operated to re lieve him of the necessity of "packing- his blankets" from the Colorado, for (I'll whisper it) he was without money. "We camped together in the suburbs of the Arizona capital, and lighting full pipes, were soon wandering "H...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1873

M120 SEyTINEL-SATgKDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1873. 1 5lrtoao $tniktU San Diego Eleetipn Eetnrns. $5 uer Year ; Six Months. $3. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1873. MANUEL SUBIATE HUNG. Saturday's Tucson stage took away from Yuma Jail, in charge of the Sheriff of Maricopa county, Manuel Subiate, in chains. Noth ing further was heard from them until the driver of the Tucson stage who arrived here n Tues day last, brought the particulars of his hanging at Kenyon Station by citizens, which are substan tially as follows : When the stage was near the Kenyon station, the sheriff, fear ing an attempt such as was made, got out and started to make a cir cuit of the station with the pris oner. The stage was then driven to the station, where about 15 men had gathered, who took the way bill, and examining it found the names of the sheriff and prisoner entered. Immediately they scat tered in search of them, and soon found them near the station. The prisoner was taken to a tree and hung at once. The rew...

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