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title: 'The Arizona sentinel. (Yuma, Ariz.) 1872-1911, June 15, 1872, Image 4',
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Saturday, June 15, 187:2.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of SHER
IFF of the County of Yuma, at the
approaching November election.
H. E. L1NDSEY.
judge porter, presiding.
In Chambers. In the ease of
the Territory of Arizona vs. Mar
tfiieret Maize, application was
made by the defendant for a writ
of habeas corpus. The application
denied, and such action was had
in the premises as is related under
the head "Justice Court."
20 doz. white pants at Baker's.
A Heavy Argument.
In our last issue, in an item
headed "Crevasse," we mention
ed the fact that we had been in
formed that the water had made
its appearance in the cellar of the
'flag store"- Neisen & mi. and
that, in our opinion, that building
could not stand the pressure. The
liead of that firm, upon reading
our article, was very indignant
that we should entertain such an
opinion, and called on us with a
tn-pound-club-argument, and he
"convinced" us that hisellar was
very dry. In proof of which fact,
the following notice Ttfs posted on
his "outer-walls," which we copy
verbf tim et literatim:
Notice of Water at Sandy Hook !
No water in the cellar yet! Not
even moist! We let down again
oursucar And lmv nn Fp?ir? Our
House is NOT build on Sand but
Rocks Therefore We believe that
The wishes of our Ennemies are
NOT fulfilled until the present
date The 'Flag Store" (so-called)
we think is all right "in our opi
nion." Arizona City June 10 3 872.
$10,000 merchandise shipped to
Tucson by Baker.
Interesting. Wo have infor
mation from private correspon
dence in San Francisco, that a
large amount of Government
f :nds ($3J0,000) left there under a
heavy escort for the United States
Depository at Tucson, which, wo
believe, must have arrived there
re ihrs. We knew of this jn time
Aave informed our readers ever
u week npro but vs secrecy is sup
posed to bf i-eciiri.'y against Mexi
can bu'iriirs, we rcfni::ed from
menticuirg until cow.
Ramona, alias Negueritta (ro
mantic appelation derives from
her complexion) and a new im
portation from Sonora named Ro
sa, both livin g n the Rincon, and
possessing no very good name for
virtue, challenged one another, on1
Tuesday afteuoon, to fight to the
death. The cause: "jealously."
The preliminaries were arranged
in accordance to the code of honor?
the weapons were daererers. and
the place chosen was a neighbor's
house. At the appointed hour,
8 o'clock, the. parties marched to
the held of battle, but the woman
refused to allow the use of her
house forsuch bloody work, where
upon Rosa invited her antagonist
to ner stately mansion as the placo
where the difficulty could be set
tled without interferance. Nc
gueritta accepted the courteous in
vitation, and the two started for
the place of combat. Rosa was
fully determined to to her work,
and do it quLkly. Nesueritta.
was more so, and to make certain
her victory, she allowed her an
tagonist to get a few steps ahead of
her when she drew a Derringer
irom ner pocicetana hred at Rosa.
but. fortunately doing no damage
more than the loss of a curl, which
tie ball, passing through her hair.
rui on us uiougn uone witn a
knife. The day following, thev
were still on the war-path. Ne
gueritta had the black flag flying
ironi ner casue, to snow tnat "no
quarters" were to be given, while
Rosa had the red flacr hunt? out on
her outer-walls, and ready for the
fray. Arbitrators have been ap-
pouuea, nowever, oy notn parties,
and there is hope of an amicable
settlement between them. Our po
lice knew nothing- of this. They
don't live in that portion of town.
The Distirct Attorney, we under
stand. will have this matter looked
Gold dust wanted at Baker's.
The .Mohave, Capt. Thorn, ar
rived from Ehrenberg at 4J p. m.
on Sunday. She left for Port Isa
belle on Monday at daylight. She
arrived hero on her return trip
yesterday afternoon, at 1 o'clock,
with first of cargo from brig Jo
sephine. The Cocepah, Capt. Mellon, ar
rived from Mohave at 8 Tuesday
morning. She left for Mohave on
Thursday, at 7h o'clock' a. m;
Mr. Wm. D. Gentry, a telegraph
operator in Nashville, Tenn., has
invented a device for propelling
railroad cars by the power of el c
trieity. He claims that a speed of
ouo lu:n:!re.i miles an hour can
easily be attained. ' A committee
of scientific gentlemen, appointed
by the Nashville Industrial Expo
sition," lias made a favorable re
port on hi3 invotJtio.'.
Justice Mix's Court.
Last Monday evening, Mrs.
Maize was brought up before Jus
tice Mix, charged with assault
and battery upon an Indian child.
The Jury in this case, after being
out all night, returned into Court
Tuesday .morning, without hav
ingagreed upon a verdict. Where
upon another venire for twelve
Jurymen was issued, and the case
tried again on that evening. This
time the Jury returned a verdict
of guilty of assault. Wednesday
morning, Justice Mix sentenced
the woman to $50 fine and costs,
the whole amounting to $111. In
default of which she was confined
to prison. The counsel far de
fendant filed a notice of appeal but
failing to furnish the required
bonds, she was remanded to prisom
During that day Mr. Maize, the
husband of the woman above
named, went into Justice Mix's
Court, and thero insulted him,
whereupon the Judge fined him
$50 for contempt of Court, but as
money seem to be scarce in the
family, he too was cofined in Jail
in default of payment of fine. The
man and wife and three little chil
dren, besides the "indispensable"
dog, are now enjoying the luxuries
of the Hotel de Ville.
Since writing the above, the
counsel for defendant applied for
a writ of habeas corpus before
Judge Porter, which was denied,
but in view of the fact that the
record from the Jutice's Court did
not show that a bond on appeal
had been presented to Justice Mix,
theCourt ordered thatthe attorney
for defendant prepare a good and
sufficient bond, and present it to
the aforesaid Justice. The bond
being1 prepared, Justice Mix ap
proved of the same, and dis
charged the prisoner.
Personal. .Tndge Porter and
lady and Judge Reavis, arrived
from Mohave, on the Cocopah, on
Wm. P. Miller, of Castle Dome,
is in town. He expect to stop
operations on his mine on the 1st
of July, on account of the heat,
when he trill make a visit East.
Query. Can a person run a ferry
acrtss our public streets, demand
toll, and not pay a licence for the
same? This couundrum is res
pectfully dedicated to the proper
atithoritfej. We hope thev will
look to it.
Crowded Out, A poem eng
titled "Electoral Lyric," by P-o
-r, together with several other!
interesting item?, 19 unavcidaWy
Letter of Recommendation.
The following will illustrate or
manifest how wanting the parties
in power are of a true knowledge
of the Indian character, and of
what element the humanitarian
Steamer Newbern, )
March 28th, 1872.
I have seen Spam A. Cora for
the last S6ven days, and have been
pleased with his kindness, indus
try and good conduct. He wishes
to know how many troops have
been in Arizona.
Here the undersigned tallies
by ten until 100 is. counted, and
then a long row of figures covers
half the sheet of paper, and then
he adds them up. Ed.
All gone in 2,300
Spam A. Cora must love God I
love man, and do right!
O. O Howard.
Brig Gen. U. S. Army.
It is somewhat mysterious hew
a person can gain a knowledge of
the true character of such an in
dividuals the subjectof the above
letter in so briet a time; but, out
of charity, we will suppose that it
is an attribute not experienced by
any but those who are sent to Ari
zona for the purpose of gratifying
the wishes-of the so-called reli
gious associations llast.
Company 1, 12th Infantry, Capt.
Thompson, is expected here on
lward the Newborn, to relievo
Company D, same rigiment, Capt.
MacGowan, who is now com
manding Fort Yuma, but who will
leave on'the return trip of thoNew
bern for Angel Island, Cal., from
whence, it is xpected, he will
take his station at Camp Halleck,
Nevada, on theC. P. R. R.
Capt. DeWitt, surgeon of this
Department, has received orders
relieving him from duty here, and
assigning him to the Department
of California. We learn that Dr.
Gerard will fill hispositiou hero.
Company F, 12th Infantry, now
atBeales' Springs, will be relieved
by; Company A, same rigiraent.
Company F goes to Angel Island,
Cal., on the following trip of thi?
Company Gt 12th Infantry, nw
at Mohave, will be relieved 4iy
Company K, same rigiment. Com-
piny ijr goes 10 uamp uastou, uai.
Company I, 23d Infantry, will
arrive on steamer Newbern.
Or.if Shipments, During tho
past month, 2,607 sacks, or about
200 tons ore, were shijiped from
Lastle D m i