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SUPPLEMENT TO THE ARIZONA SENTINEL.
ARIZONA CITY, YUMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1872.
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ARIZONA CITY, YUM a. CO., A. T.
Will practice in all the Courts
of the Territory aud of the State
of California. inch 16
0. F. H'CARTY,
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Will practice in all the Courts of
the Territory. mch23
C1 W. C. ROWELL,
j . Attorney at Law,
Will attend to legal business in
all the Courts of the Territory,and
Supreme Court of the U. S. 7tl
J SHAM RE A VIS.
Attorney at Ljiw
ARIZONA CITY, A. T.
At tor ay & Counsellor at Law
TUCSON, A. T.
Will practice in all the Courts
of the Territory. rach23
DR. A. A. MIX
offers his professional ser
vices to the citizens o( Yuma
( ounty. Office iu Mrs. Jone'd
building, Main street. Consulta
tion for the poor, from S to JO a.m.,
free. . inch 10
B . K K LLEY.
Arizorjn City. A 1
Early California Sosiety.
One of the principle features of
early times was the absolute free
dom of social intercourse between
man and man, and absenco of those
distinctions in society which cause
men to jostle each other in ascend
ing the rounds of its ladder of
crystallized forms, time-honored
conventionalities, affluence and
fashion. Pedigree could not be
proven, even if it were princely
for, where all were strangers to
each other, antecedents necessari
ly began and ended with the as
sumption of the claimant and it
was considered worthless, unless
the presence of manhood sustained
the claim to distinction. Even in
that event, pride forbade the prof
fer of credential. Thus it became
necessary to admit all to the pri
vileges of the best of men until
they proved themselves undeserv
ing; and then the reversed order
of ascent was more quickly taken
than belongs to the custom of re
fined society in old communities.
Whatever the organization of so
ciety in its present order and
general make-up may add in the
way of stimulus to the progress of
mankind,it must be acknowledged
that it is the prolific mother of
more than half the wretchedness
and disastrous failures of its-individual
members. Nothing but bar
barism in an altenative would
justify society as now constituted,
with welth and fashion as the
main elements of success life. A
constant agonizing effort to bt as
miserable as you can seems to be
the warp of our social economy.
It was different in the early
days. The relief which men found
here from the rigid forms of so
ciety the absenco of the gra
duated scale of social influence
was extremely favorable to the
culture of the philosophic 'mood
which renders one contented with
himself and all the world. Re
lieved from the spirit of social in
toxication, one could soberly smile
at the pretty annoyances which
fret the ambition of the aspiring,
from (he cradle to the grave.
None of these disturbed the Forty
nine; and if his food was not at-1
war with digestion, he rtwt' d "
night as peacefully as the new
born babe albeit, if a miner, his
bed may have been upon a snow
bank thirty feet deep, or intrench
ed in a mud-puddle that threat
ened inundation, with an um
brageous oak or towering pine as
shelter from the storm overhead.
All his hardships were of a physi
cal nature; mentally, he was pla
cid; and the situation was so novle
and interesting that he marveled
that so many of the ills of life re
sulted from the very organiza
tion specially created to pre
vent them refined society
Oveiland Monthly for May.
Two Heal Crusoes.
The Paris Opinione National
publishes a curious story respect
ing two boys, aged about twelve,
who, fresk from reading of " Ro
binson Crusoe," and tiaed'of the
school and civilized life, had run
away from home to imitate De
Foo's hero in a desert country.
The field they choose for their
adventures had the advantage of
being nearer home than Juan Fer
nandezan island on the Seine,
between Asnieres and Neuilly. A
boat-man was crossing that piece
of waste land a few evenings back,
when he was surprised to see
smoke issuing from a hut in the
ground, and to hear juvenile voi
ces. He soon discovered the eng
trance to a sort of cavern, the open
ing of which had been conceled by
brush-wood, and continuiing his
serch discovered the young tru
amts just as they were preparing
their supper of four potatoes, cook
ing in the embers. They had, be
sides, consisting of four rolls, some
pieces of giugerbread, and a part
of a salavoy; and had also come
prepared to renew their larder by
fishing and hunting, one eontri
.buting a line and hooks and the
other a bow and arrow; with the
latter they said they had killed a
water rat and cooked it. Their
bed consisted of a heap of shav
ing: which they found in a barge
The boys, when questioned, said
they lived in the Avenue deHeui
Iv, and had been on the island for
two day; they wore evidently
tired of this new existence, as
fhAv .iHow the man to take them
back to thoir parents, who bad
been altars in dispair at iheirnb-!
QTJIDE FOR TRAVELERS
Arizona City Postal Directory.
Mails for California (west) close
at 8 p. m. on Sundays and Tues
days, and i p. m. on Fridays.
Mails for Tucson (east) close at 4
urdays, Mails from Tucson arrive about
5 p. m. on Tuosdays, Fridays and
Mails for La Paz (north) close at
8 a. m. Mondaya.and arrive about
4 p. m. on Saturdays.
Arizona Official Directory.
Congressional Delegate, R. C.
McCormick Governor, A. P.K.
Safford, Tucson .Territorial Sec
retary,, Coles Bash ford, Tucson...
Sup't of Indian Affairs, Hermau
Bendell, Prescott Chief
Justice, 1st Dist., John Titus,Tuc-
son Associate, 2d Dist., Isham
Reavis, Arizona City; 3d Dist., C.
A. Tweed, Prescott U.S.Att'y,
J. E. McCaffrey, Tucson
U. S. Marshal, I. Q. DicKason,
Prescott U. S. Surveyor Gen'l,
John Wasson, Tucson Regist'r
Land Office,H. A. Eastman.Pres-
cott Receiver, George Lount,
Prescott U. S. Collector Int.
Rev., Thomas Cordis, Prescott
U. S. Assessor, H. A. Bigelow,
Prescott U. S. Sp'l Mail Ag't,
I. N. Dawley Deputy Collector
af Csutoms, R. B. Kelley, Arizona
City; Jas. E. Baker. Tucson.
Att'y Gen'l, J. E. McCaffrey .Tuc
son Treasurer, John B. Allen,
Tucson Auditor, C. H. Lord,
" AdjHGen'i. Samuel Hughes,
Probate Judge, ThosJBidweU
Dist Att'y, Clarence Gray,
Sheriff, George Tyng
Clerk Dist. Court, John W. Dor-
rington Recorder, J. S. Spann
Treasurer, J. M. Barney
Supervisors: John Duff, George
Martin, Jose M. Rodondo.
Justices of the Peace Abram.
Frank, R. B. Kelley, A A. Mix.
Arizona City Officers.
Mayor, A J Finlay Council
men, Wm R Larkin, J Siebeclc.
Hall Hanlon, J M Redondo
Polico Judge, R, B. Ivellev
City Marshal, O F Townsend
City Attorney, C W. C. Rqwell.
C1 L. JONES beg leave to nn-
nounce to his friends . n 1
former patrons that he has again
resumed business. The Saloon
heretofore occupied by J. O'lTura
is now kept by the undersigned,
where the best of wines and li
quors and cigars are always kept.
Mr. Jones also wishes to mtorm
the public that he has still the
Corral, where hay and grain of
tirst Quality is Kept on nana ior
the accommodation of teamfettrd
up27 2ra C. L.