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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 July 1874

rtztma aril - 1 ; , v-T .15 ' . ', ' ' t.-'i - ; . .INDEPENDENT. IN ALL 'THINGS; NEUTRAL IN NOTHING, 'TTJMA-, A. T.; SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1874. JQL. IIL 9P 'ill; 1 ! : 5FJL. J.JBE&RY7 Editor arid Pr-dbrietor. TERMS InvariaMy in Advasee Odq Yr f wOri Single Copies -25 or cifc . . tC-rr;?e m ADVERTISING: One iqnrp, eseb insejionV(..r;w..($2 50 EnqbsuWquVn't Insertion, .V. T 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced .rates, tyr A square consists 4h -ten lines oflhie ,iie tjpe.v .. . .y SOB PRINTING: 1 Iegl.BfltvliB,Brief?,-Bi-Head.Ijptfer-Heafl,,Circu!ar, Labelf, Cards. Program mes, etc , printed in pv&y aTyle, with neat ness ana aispaton. . . j GTCurreney taken-AT'PAR when pay intents are made -in advance. Yt5MA.r.:l ."L-...Afti2ilAA f ,s Will attend !16 legal business Inallhe durta of," the, Territory, and Supreme Court of tbe"Uuifed States. Tucson . .-.vTrrrr.:. Arizona , w ni practice n u ;ne cour oi .. slEKKY- fL(1ALEXAXDEB, -yrM, v. - .AKWHKA to rrobate Kflslriess aod...

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. — 18 July 1874

$5 pw Yerr; Six Months WK. t BERET .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1874. TEE HIKING OUTLOOK. Reports from all parts of the Territory, show that the prospect for the successful working of the mines and the reduction of the ores, was never as bright as now. The oft-repeated failures that have occurred have not disheart ened, our energetic miners, but have-jather braced and nerved them up'fp a renewed and deter- minea enorc co conquer every obstacle. As might have been expected in a new mining coun try, however rich in the precious metals, much had to be learned of the character of the ores to be treated, before success could be assured. That there were fail ures, disastrous, financially, to those engaged in some of the first experiments, we all know toVw.ell. And we know equally well that many of those failures were but the inevitable result of ttie incompetency of the parties setit'out'to the Territory to super intend the reduction of the ores. But all this did not tend to da...

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. — 18 July 1874

NOTICE SHIPPERS! THE. COLO R ADO STEAM NAVIGATION TO'S STEAMERS Ftw&era tad ftoAtilftff,- Ijeare &an FrnhhUrc for Mexican Forts and Mouth of Colorado River, " .V u , ' EVERY TWENTY DAYS, t Connecting with River steamers for points along the rirer. rreiqfiL fytifyered at Vis, in ni-Sive days from San Francisco, tpwior Fueiget Aqcocnud&tions Agencies of the Company at (hfffrwt street, Saa Francisco, Cal TiMft nd EhrenBerg, A. T. I. TOLHAJiuU -r KOV L-tf ,Geq, Sup't. lr. -c7LrL PASSAGE AT r,2' REDUCED RATES Tuma to San Francisco, i PER ft S. N. Go's Steamers! Cabin, Steerage, jiffikrtin 25 " AMt&ixuxl&tioni PIEST CLASS. : . A I POLHAMU8, Jr.. aS-tf ' Gen. Bup't. W. K. LAKKIN, u 1 CORNER OF First and Main streets, r H'Hiiuf itfmtftTtTttitmftt: tveWi t ((DeU-lwti (Yib ei WILL SELL 1 y::--C HE A PER THAW ANY OTHER MAN IN THE TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. , oct-25-tf &&tK - - YTJISA, A. Ti Jmgs&aitiiiriiif's, OHEMltHLS, , Brnhe Tnns. h-.-t- u W, and Shour-Brac'- Fan...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 July 1874

jiiscEiiiiANjr. ; A New Jersey paper boasts of a new subscriber one hundred years old. We shouldn't call him very new. - 1 ' Why do women talk less in Feb ruary than in any other month? . Because it is the shortest month in the year." ; Janesvill has ah, educafpd pig called Bettr'Butler'' There is a chance for a libel suit on the part of thejprg. : - i 1 fc Value the friendship of Tiim who stands by. you in storm: swarms of insects will surround you in sunshine. A Philadelphia youth was re cently married to a girl who had refused him eighteen times. He wishes now he hadn't asked her but seventeen. In Russia a fellow is not allowed to court a girl unless three of her friends are present, and conse quently lovers never indulge in such pleasant affairs as holding peppermint lozenges for each other to bite. A negro boy was driving a mule irTJamaica, when th e animal suddenly stopped and refused to budge. "Won't go, eh?" said the boy. "Feel grand, do you? I s'pose you forget your f adder...

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. — 25 July 1874

INDEPENDENT m, ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL. IN NOTHING. VOL. III. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874. NO,, n. jijil3PHmyflatmriy, by fOT. J BERRY, Sdltor and Proprietor. TERMS Invanably inAdvance x SUBSCRIPTION: 4tBfte Copkt 2? AD5E RTISTNQ; : 0aasnare, each insertion $2 50 ft subneanpnt' insertion1 1 35 Contracts by the year or quarter Jit re iticed -rates. A; aeaare cewilt ef tea liaea of this mm type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blsnki, Briefn, Bill:HeaT. Letter; Heads, Circulars, Lkoeli, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed is every tyle, with neat ness nl dispatch.. BTCurrency taken AT PAR when pay ments are-made jo advance. C. W. G. ROWELTj, tt$vt$ at Saw, YDMAl ARIZONA Will attendee Irgal basinet, in all the Courts of the' Territory, and Supreme Court of the United 8tates . J. E. MoCAFFBY, . ' TL'CSOK. .' ARIZONA, "Will practice in: all-the Courts of the Territory. HEKRY IT. ALEXANDER, ?rM ARtzoNA tSFrYWIAM. tlienllott glvc to FroWalc Business and the CoTecilon f Claims. BlwiotjerforraltfornI...

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. — 25 July 1874

3 up; $5 per Year; Six Months WK. J. BERRY .Iditor. YUMA, A. T. ,. ( SATURDAY, JUL.Y 25, 1874. , t - - .a Messrs. Kerens & Mitchell, the new mail contftet&i'on the route between San Diego 'and Mesilla, have petitioned General Crook for a small detatchinent of cavalry, to patrol the mpst exposed por- the outlaws and murderers who have -for years-been-committing murders and robberies along that road aticL then' fleeing over;.the. line to Sonpra for protection. - -W.e-qnderstand that.the petition is strongly indorsed by Governor Safford',vandiwe doubt not would be bv every, .man in the Territory aodji wsfjidpe. and-' ? believe that Gen. Crook will grant what is askedV -This is "a inost important andserlQus- matter and not. one to be lightly' laid' aside. "The safe ty otthezliyes and'property'.of the setjandstation keepqrsj along this line, the safety of the U. S, mails and of the liyes of the pas- sjBnjerswho.. trayej in- the mail coaches vover the -route, demand t&at somet...

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. — 25 July 1874

IAM -0&ttriiiJ THE SEIT-MJEL. FOR f ! a:tvt t?apcv x?awttit? j, . - Ml I V !! Hill 1 1 1 I 1 1. I 11111 I I $4 - f Wtlpa Last 6ifttojicert ..." 4fc N A THE ' . ",, 2 PUBLIC JBRABY OF , KENTUCKY. list, nn.:: J, ' ;!iISTi OF GIFT'S. One GrandCasti'Gift -.",$250,000 One GraueVCash Gift- T.r --v 100,000 One,Crand flash Gift ,75,00p One Grand Cash Gift 50,000 One Graud CaBh Gift ...... .,25,000 ,15 Cash, Gilts,, $20,000 each. 400,000 . 30' Cash Gifts; . J4,000;each-. J40.000 35 Uas: tints, JU.WU eacn I50.0C0 100.000 300.000 90,000 100.000 100.000 120,000 cO.000 950,000 20 cr : jfts, 5,000 each. 25 Cbb) Cifts,. 30 Caeh Gift 50 Hash Giftf, 100 Cash Gifts, 240 Cash CUta, 500 Caeh Gifts, 000Oash C fts, 4,000 each, 3,000 each. 2,000 each. 1,090 each. 500 each. 100 each. 50 each. GranatotaI.2b.bb0 Gift all Cash, 2,500,000 PRICE OK TICKETS. Whale Tickets ,.$50.00 jtt1...:..:W-... ...25..Q0, Tenth , orVach" Coupon '- .500 J I TOole Tickett., W - ,300.00 22J Tickets for. 1 ,000.00' For Ticket...

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. — 25 July 1874

A St. Louis widow has nine girls, and nn old Mormon offers to take the whole funnily to his bosom at one fell stroke. Mr Evarta married Miss Coffin in St. Lnun lately. It occured to hirn, in proposing, that it was rather a funeral subject, hut he thought he could unaer-taker. Talk of the ardor of first love or of the depths of a mother's love, but in takes a bald headed old bachelor to present a specimen of ma ten less love, An Arizona girl shot her lover and then nur.ed him tenderly un til he died. His last words were: "I forgive you. Mary; you did it with an ivory handled pistoL A crusty old gentleman, not liking the way his landlady's daughter had of making free with his hair oil, filled the. bottte with liquid glue the day before a hall to which the girL had been invited, and she slaj ed at home. A white woman, and a black woman are each claiming the ma ternity of a white baby, in Eureka Nevada and she Judge is puzzled. The difference of the skin is ex plained by the black woman...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 August 1874

!Jt $-! E ttfl ' nf I .flM'TlW ' ' V ,b t-'A- Vq--t . .r '.V ti -fin . M: .jiLmiwmvw - w x 3$iB6i?pfi'NT,'iN',Alit; THINGS 'i ,.- Sf)!-.J of Jul' B-UU-- .VT ', .1 i JtbHihedvEvery Saturday,, by . j TERMS It: v .irift olv m Advance SUBSCRIPTION: 0 P.I Morths ................. 3 O 3 60 SiDj 6 Cop '!.. 2 JLlYi:RTIsnNG : EBcb nubppqnpnt iiiRPrtion '.. 1 25 Contracts by tb.ByeW or quarter at re- Lewi BlanfBrBrlofr; BHl-frRd(i?Lptf-Headi, Cirrnlnn. LabeJ, Cards, Proeram-, sew anddiffpatc&: SrCurrency talteti at par when pay- YUMA ., ARIZONA Will attend to leeal business in all the; -'i:WnpTactioeJiD, 11 ithff CoHrta of the BlInKY I. ALEXANDER, . ARIZONA to romTe "Bnsiii'Biis . in d the Col)eclln of Claims. J '1 ' ' 1 ' t .. Cwlrfoner fop rHfornIa,IVtary - TaWlcandAactloneer. i 1- i JSitperiniendent and Agent. West of the Sentinel office. mch28-tf V) Jt Deputy U. S. Surveyor of jut ,iHi3fc; :fiflt r f ' MINERAL; BANDS. toOSCFlE Main. pfpetlHPxWooVfn the araTisjELomce. Yuma, A.l0H 11 I ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 August 1874

$5 per Year; Six Months $3 WK. J. BERRY .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, AUG. I, 1874. ' TRANSITION. Everything that pertains to this mundane sphere is in transition. jNotninff stands still. There is nothing that is permanent, noth ing that is fixed, nothing that is .not subject to change. Progress is one of the eternal laws of na v.lare,and progress signifies change or transition irom a lower to a higher condition. "We know that there are men who will deny this, men who are accustomed to take a.supjerfieial view of the working pt the laws of God and nature, who rhave cultivated the habit of looking on the dark side of every thing and making themselves arid every-ope around them mis erible with their croaking about what they call the degeneracy of the times, will not admit that there is such thing as progress. Nevertheless it is true. Progress is stamped' upon every page of the book of nature. From the lowest atom of inert matter up to the highest intelligence in the ce lestial sphere...

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. — 1 August 1874

TOR EASY FORTUNE ! ' Httand Last Gift Concert M . W AID OP THE " PUBLIC- LIBRARY OF : KENTUCKY. LIST OF GIFTS. , p? Grand C'ah Gift $250 00f 'One Gfnd Cash Gift 100,000 One Grand Cash Gift - CW Grand Cash G ft" .- .jOne, GrtndjCash Gift. m. X-.-V'fiTl3Ji Gifts. 2ft.non each JOf Glf's, UJOdeach 75.000 50.000 2-1.000 1OO.000 140 000 15 Ch G ft?, 20 Csh Gifts, JfOOpnoh. 5 000 mnra. 4.000 each. .000 each'. l.P-v) psch. b'- Y each. veh. 50 each. 150 CCO j 100 000 100.COO 25 Tash Gift, wKiVGW, 100 Cwh GIfta, 24" Cash Gifti, 5"0 ; ash, Gift, j3,0vu Caib Gifti, "00.000 10G 000 120,000 5",000 950,000 Grand tntal.2O.000 Gfs U Cash. 2,500,000 PRICE OF TICKETS. K VhoT Tickets r -: $50.00 . FalT.,..-. 25-00 j Hnrn. or pcn coupon n iw if J WhnIfR-Mt.k-,. 500 00 JKJ Tict for .. 1,000.00 ForTickVtrbr information, .AddrrtH. : 1 V ' iZQSi E. -BRABLETTB, Agent and Manager, Tiibtie Library 'Building,' Louisville, Ky. '.r - j'y SHEEP! GOATS!! W. respectfully invite' the attention of "wool growers to our...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 August 1874

A Montreal girl chopped off a finger fbfrid of sewings Female social clubs are becom ing numerous in this country. Eleven countiesmf Illinois have ladies as Superintendents of scnoois. A Hartford" bride wifes to say t$ta, wedding trip in a gullman car, is thelsummit of humahlbliss. A Wisconsin minister wns dis missed from an orthodox pnlpit because he built a fire under a baulky horse. SThe ladie.skOfPenns,ylvaniavare omg more towards raising funds for the Centennial Exposition man tne men. Gre.en.Bay has decfdfefl .'that a wiuuwer uuul 10 mourn ai least three vreeks before shying around for a second wife. There is an old maid in, Lowell, Massachusetts, who shows the documents to prove that she has refused over forty offers of marri age, f- Prizes for thfi hosflnn wa nfhranrt to be made by the students,, is a uow nun nupeiui leature or seve ral female seminaries this year. A girl arrested in Boston1 the ornerqay, lor stealing an apple was so weak for want of food that she fainted aw...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 August 1874

1 ! i is ito Anzima Sentinel. -2P.teNJ)BNT IN ALLTHING.,,, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A: .T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1874 NQ. .19. reiy Saturday, ;by jEdiot r.f Proprietor. FLBMS-'-In . idablj in AaVance SUBSCRIPTION : On Y!r- 00 ik Mr"th 3 00 S;n?!e f'pic - 3 ADVERTISING: , : 'On 'TAjnurpV mcd -insprrinq . $2 50 enf ractsBy tnfc year or quarter at re- -"A HftiaYe 'HDiHK oF eng line of this afrfrtypft - ' -rl .tr T tfer- Cirpblkr. LAWlir.Uarai. tfrneram- ,c,.'p(dp6;d it every fcfyle, with nV&t- GrGorreacy takes at par w&fa pay Wrta aw made an advance. r y UMA .... iWHl attend 4a legal b'nsineM inall.t&e :'Hurtof t'Kfe Territory, and 8upretaB 'Cwt the United State. ,&"rm'ii ---hi . TCCSOK..-'. . ARIZOHA, VHIractTce all the Courts of the Territory IrgM'" ' HENRY N- ALEXANDER,' -arizova I 1TWA -- lirBeilA i miinsnt ton lvnt to Probate Business and tolrVot tlaims. TPBfcllcSiBd 'jlfictleneer. r f j f;-.' ; ; Xi- 3 Vi 'f. COMPANY. jguperlntendent and Agent 4)Fm&b Mam 6tree...

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. — 8 August 1874

She gtffemra jfindf $5 per Tear: Six Months fig. W3f. X. BERRY.... ....Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, AUG. J5, 1874L MeteorologicalRecRrcT of Tori; Yu ma, .'California, for the Month of July, 1874. j 7 a;n;J 2 p.in J 9 p.ra Thermometer Mean of dry bulb wet " 84:r4 73 00 101.32 81.32 90.29 76.32 Hisbi'st by Max. Thermoraeter.lst.. .7 1 J lowest " Min. ' 25tb 72 .Mean temperature during month 92 12 ilaximum uiht of Barometer, 30th ,29920 Minimum Jet... 29 520 Days of rain 5 Amount Pinch &'90 centemtfrs. Average cloudiness : ....'... .2.59 DIRECTION OF WINns.- N - i-......-...-..c. N. E...v 8 e 20 S. .E.j.-.....;- , .1.'. -v - -. 15 '8. . 21 8. W 11 w. ;;.7.;...; ;..:..' 7 x- w .5 (Sighed) a': JOHN DILLON, Hospital Steward, tf. S. A. OFFICIAL CORRUPTION. A Remedy Proposed; There 'fs probably nothingmore disheartening to the' lover of re publican liberty, to the citizen who -reveres our free institutions and whose hope and prayer is that they may" be handed down, to our posterity in ...

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. — 8 August 1874

x-.'-noh tin , 1 r. ilv,-it'9 fi "EUMAy.A., ,T. IN $ r Jtgi&Bf to rrn,e.;s, CHEMICALS, : . jj . erf emery Soaps Comb, inJ Brnshe. TrticBPg. Support " 'era, and 8hou?der-B races, -- Fancy and Toilet ' ' Articles. - r. 'i Kerosene ' ; M. " OnLntnps and ;i r7 Chimneys, Grass and ' ' Gsrr-8ecde, GIfa; Putty. 1' ' faiat, Oils, VirnisV.ns and Dye- STUFFa. PATENT MEDICINES, &c g ;;;pf. ut up with gre.fc care, ftnd i arraHted of the best articles QO&9 selected with greaf care and war alited as reprefoted. l Se-mne-MacIilne Needles, 4H2&C. 'Ateat fdr OB(JVER & BAKEB'S WlHe Machine, and the Com 9Uf Watlaer ' ' ' 'r . , feb7-tf Fire aad IMariae.Insurance. COMMERCIAL lQuranof Company of Oalifornia. cash 'Assets, y.- $350,000. Ofece No. 228 California Street, San , , ' Francisco, i t, Iff. kEI0G,'".:..........!presideiit HI Oi HORNER, iSecretary JAMES M'B A RNE Y, . j : Agent for Arizona, p O&M at Wa. B. Hooper & Co. DIRECTORS : 'y?. Dr"e. Lvi Stevens, Clan Spriik. Js...

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. — 8 August 1874

f -l jirii. -V Mr. Whiskey fell into aWis cd&3j and was drowned. ' Colfax is at home again. He is said to be talking himself to death. Kissing yourSw'&athfearfc is like eating soup with a fork; it takes a long time to get enough. A Lebanon. (Ky.jf gent, in ar- deptly greeting w a s lopgjparted wyeuroKe-one oi nr riDS. It is said that the prettiest gin m narrisourg is a newspaper carrier. She carries them in her bustle. Josh Billings says, "Success dQnt kqnsistin njBrer making blunders, but in never making tne same one tne seckond tim'e' "Husband," said the wife of a young-: clerewman.. read mR'nrie of your sermons I feel fully wake- iui co nignt ana, i. wkk to sleep." Mr. Edgar Bascom was taken tb the' i insane" :asylum at Hart ford, this morning just three months from the day his son Joseph-purchased a fiddle. Mis. Samuel Six-Shooter Colt will leave her daughter Ella some thing like $230,000. There seems to be a moral here somewhere. By $he way but never mind. DoctorsMary W...

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. — 15 August 1874

1 f fee parna ciind 5 - ' ' ' i . I . I .f, , v.T flf) INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. III. YTJJVIA, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1874. no; "sot PutliiieiEvery. Saturday, by jrjjt'Z BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: , yw....iV...;::. . ' oo Lis Months : 3 00 ADVERTISING': 0Q6 iqnnre,Kich. insertiob ... $2)50 Each, iubpquh t, insertion r 1 1 ., r-. vl f 25 .Cohtnwts by.tne, year, or quarter. at re jiucraii'tes. . . '. . ' A square" consists of len lines of this auesype. , ., ,..,,vv JOB PRINTING :! Legal BlarjksVBriefR.Bill-Heads.Letter- HeadsVCiwulara" Label; Cards.Prograro him, etc.printedim every style, with neat new HBd dwpstcb. - i Currency taken AT pAr when, pay- Sruu Biq msoH in nuvaucu, , . YUMA. ...... ARIZONA "Will atfendj to legal bnnesS'iri atl'the Courts of the Te r'ritory;,- and Supreme "ou rVof, the United States.'. 11 " .' ' J.;E. MoCAFFEY, .ARIZONA, Will practic Tfrritory. 9 r. the Court oi the HENRY I?. -ALEXANDER, vuma, :--'m0 " ---ARIZ...

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. — 15 August 1874

1 Sift- $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WS. J. BEREY .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY AUG. 15, 1874 "THE"YUM2L INDIANS. itiese lnaians nave become a perfect nuisance to the people of this town and are gretting wore and worse every day. While the old men and women of the tribe are working on .their little patch es of overflowed land, raising: their4crops of corn, pumpkins,, and mellons, nearly all of the young and able-bodied men and young women, make the town their home day and night. There are probably from one hundred to one hundred and fifty of them, roam ing "the streets all the time. They block up the side-walks and throng the vicinity of the business places in cro wds that It is hard for men and women to get through. They are, saucy and insolent and will hardly get out of the way of white people, unless compelled to. It U a very common thing to see drunken Indian in our streets, for in spite of the jaw and the vigilance of our officers, they will get liduor, and it is very hard to de...

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. — 15 August 1874

iaaMiOTWMwi nMM'g war. Li-' f MAIN SC, A. T. iM,;"r r -:.t. .0 5. OHEMICiLSr , , i . ,.. , . -. perfumery, SnrtV, Conbs iocl ' "Brashes'. Triiwi! 8uppnrt: ers, and Shoulder-Braces, Fancy and. Toilet . J i . Articles: '7 ,. Kerosene Oi, Lnmps and Chimney. Grans and" Garden Seeds. GIbm. Putty.' Pnintfr. Oils,, Wrnishna and Pyo ST0PP8. PATENT MEDICINES, c. jy-'Pbysician's' PreteriptioBa ,nnd private XeceipU: put op j; with great care, and Warranted of the" best articles.' " AlLordera correctly, answered. Goods selected, with great care and mr xaatedai represented. ay i ; Alaa I1 Sec. SewlHg-Machine Needles, Agent for G ROVER & RAKER'S gewiKg: Macklnes and' the' Com plete Washer . . " ' . " 'feb7-tf Fire sm& Mariae Insurance; : COMMERCIAL Insurance Company of California. CASH A8SETS, .... $350,000'. Office No. 228 California Street, San v ' ; . . FrancUcu. - V i G. -W.- KELLOG, Kr.Prelident H. Gl HORNER. ). . . . . Secretary JAMES HI. BARNEY, Agent for.-Arizona, Office at Win. B...

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. — 15 August 1874

A kind word will always go fur ther than a flatiron or a potato masher. , Two or three geranium leaves, bound on a cut, will cause it to heal immediately. A fashion writer states that there is "no change in gentle men's pantaloons, this season. A Brooklyn sewing society fines any!? member who talks scandal, $1 'for each offense; only the weaitny are able to attend. A "married man in Chicago is not looKea after until he has been absent from home five davs. Then his wjfe begins to think that some thing's wrong. A marriage was broken up in juumin oy tne young man mas ing an unexpected call and find ing the poodle dog playing with nis true love's glass eye. The Hoosiers like work when it is disguised as fun. The other day twenty of them handled over thirty-five cords of wood to get a rabbit, which escaped from1 them after all. A Japanese young lady who came over to our shores three years ago, bore off four of the highestiprizes at the Washington seminary last week. In what light does th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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