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Saturday August 10.
The following named persom
are authorized to receive and rc
eeipt for subscriptions to the Sen
tinel. Our terms are So a year;
6 months, $3,currency, in advance.
Schneider, Grierson & Co., Ari
zona City and San Diego.
J. S. Mansfield, Tuscon.
S. Todd, Hardy ville.
V. T. Hall, Mineral Park.
J. W. Stwart, Ehrenberg.
Bean & Co., 410 Montgomery
st., San Francisco.
Geo.P.Rowell & Co., New York
ANN OTOOEMENTS .
We are hereby authorized to
announce the name of GILES
MERRILL as a candidate for the
office of Slierifl of Yuma Conuty,
at the approaching November
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the oflice of SHER
IFF of the County of Yuma, at the
approaching November election.
H. E. LINDSEY.
List of letters.
The following is a list of letters
remaining in the Post Office at
Arizona City August 10th 1872:
Angel George Yager John
Bossung Adam Yanche Gustare
Baker Albert Macy Mi
Brown John M McCarthy R
Doien James McCartney Jas
Doyle F 0 Murphy John
Doyle James a Mayes Wm 2
Dunaway J B Pilgrim J P
Dickey E G Thomas Miss
Doniran Miss M Wilson Wm.
Forrest W H Wilson Cbalmer
F Amabisca 2
Onofre Gonzales C Casenobio
P Figueroa F Preciado I
Luis Guerense Dionicio Correa
P Vojorques M J Vorallo.
I am closing out my goods cheap
for cash to receive mv full stock.
H. E. Baker.
The Coeopah Capt. Mellon with
Barge No. 3 left for Mohave on
the 3d instant.
The Mohave, Capt. Thorn, arri
ved from, Port Isabel with Barge
No. I on the 3d inst. and left for
Ehrenberg with Barge No. 2 the
rth returning with the same barge
the 8th and loft with Barge No. 2
The following named persons
are hereby notified that their as
sessments have been raised the
amounts set opposite their res
pective names, by the Board of
Equalization of the County of Yu
ma, A. T., at the regular July
1 George Augel, on improve
2 Jacob Fisher, ..on drays, $50.
3 Charles Gross, on cattle, $500.
4W. w. Jones, on mules,$600;
An wagons, $400.
5 Francisco Noriega, on wagons,
$100; on mules. $250.
0 D. C. Robinson, on house and
lot at depot, $300
7 Estate of W. B. Hoods, de
S George A. Johnson, on mort
gage not canceled, $2,000.
9 Hall Hanlon, on mortgage,
10 Manuel Ha vena, on-mQri-
i gage $1,500.
11 Jonn Palmer, on mortgage,
12 Milton Ward, on mortgage7
13 Wm. Maize, on mortgage,
14 J. W. Dorrington, on mort
15 James M. Barney, on mort
llj James M. Barney, $071.13.
By order of the Board,
JAS, S. SPANN,
jly20 Clerk of Board
- Owing to the defective roof,
our press and type were complete
ly covered with mud washed i for C'anip Colorado the 30th.
through- by the rain and conse-j The schooner Isabel left Sap
qnently we have been unable to1 Francisco the 18th ult. for Port
to get out last week's issue until
Shooting. Ghas. Leroy was
shot by Wm. Sam at the Colorado
hotel Saturday morning and se
verely wounded, Sam delivered
himself up to the autorities. Le
roy's condition is critical.
An Indian was shot and killed
during the week by the oflicers
while endeavoring to effect his ar
rest. Persona fi. Clarence Gray, J.
F. Staples and Chas. A, Thompson
arrived by Saturday's stage from
Georgo Tyng arrived from Tuc
son by last night's staere.
Isabel with freight for Arizona.
The steamer Newbern left- San
Francisco the 3d inst. with 200
troops and 500 tons of freight for
We understane that the Hotel
of IT. E. Baker will be finished by
November. His mammoth store
beneath, will be 60 feet front with
a depth from street to street. -
Notice is hereby giveu that the
Board of Equalization has ad
journed to meet again on Monday,
August 5th, 1872, at 8 o'clock a. m.
in the town of Arizona City, A. T.,
when all complaints against the
raising of assessments will be
By order of the Board,
JAS. S. SPANN,
jly20 Clerk of Board.
Henry Moss, for being drunk
and disorderly, was sent up for
ninety days. Tuddilo and Jim
(Indians) were respectively given
sixty days for the same offense.
Pusiado and Mendoza-were each
held to answer in the sum of $500
Fast Tkip. The steamer Mo- . ... , , ....
fnr iihfl iinrl wpvp cnmm llM ill
have, Capt. Thorn, arrived Th'urs-J flofoil1, nf hnfI
day with Barge No. 2, having charles Molet had a rehearing
made the round trip to Ehrenberg , Cour(r Couimi8f5ioner Dor.
witn a barge, in three days. The ; ringt0n, and was discharged,
fastest Trip of the season. f Wm Sam lclivered himself
Raix. The rain fell in torrents j into custody for shooting Charles j
Parties interested are hereby
notified that on and after the first
day of January, 1873, no oropr
drawn against the pay of any one
in the Company's employ will be
accepted at this office, except the
not to exceed three months.
A. J. FINLAY,
e29 Uw Agent C. S. N. Co.
I T Y- B A K E R Y
P. BRADLEY. Pronrietor.
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes
E V E R T A Y ,
Balls and Wedding parties .sup
.plied with cakesand confectionery
at short notice. inch 1(5
S A L E
o t :
Wo have this dav sold our eng
tire retail stock to HENRY S.
FITZGERALD and CHARLES
H. XENYON, who have opened
one door above our old stand 4 'on
the corner." We bespeak for them
our successors the patronage
so liberally bestowed upon us for
the past twenty years, and, also
trust, that they may contihuo to
supply the public for the next
twenty, for the benefit of all con
cerned. WM. B. HOOPER & Co.
Arizona City,(May 13, 1872. 3m
OLORADO STEAM jr
company's s. s. Zmwm,
"Newbern" leaves San Francisco
for the Mouth of the Colorado
River about the 15th of each
month, connecting with river
steamers for points along the river
Freight delivered at Yuma in 12
days from San Francisco. Supe
rior passenger accommodations.
Agencies of the company at 610
Front st., San Francisco, Gal., Yu
ma and Ehrenberg, A. T.
I. 'Polsamus, Jit.,
5yl Genl Sup't.
San Diego, Arizona City and Tucson
V. sKjJIAIIi flffr-fr LINK.
Tri-Weekly Fine of four-horse
coaches running between San Di
ego and Tuscon.
SSTtime FIVtf MYS."(
Leaves San Diego every Suu
day, Tuesday and Thursday eve
nings, connecting with the Me
silla stage for Ralston.
Fare to Arizona City, $10; to
Tuscon, $90; to Ralston, $125, gold
Office, corner Fourth and D sts.,
JOHN CAPRON, Prop'r.
Thursday afternoon, for. .over an
The weather is cool, 'and busi
ness dull.. ...v , c v. . . - -
Leroy, and was committed for ex- j
Cash paid for go!adu3Tit. IT. E. ;
Baker's. : . j
Two desirable and well located
Houses and Lots, situated in Ari-1
zona City. Apply to ;
DAVID NEAHR, j
Corner First and Main streets, .
Arizona City. jlyH lm j
JO Tp SCirNEinER'S'FOR
J YOUR PICTURES. i
Wholesale and retail
Main street, Arizona City.
carefully compounded. mchl6
J. M. REDONDO BRO.,
Keep a fresh supply of Beef, Veal,
Mutton, Pork, etc., and GAME in
its season. Also,
Hay and Grain,
at reasonable prices. mchlG
Main St., Arizona Citv.
G, M. KNIGHT, Proprietor.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes, Can
dies," etc., constantly on hand.
BSTParties and familiessupplied
on short notice and most xeason
able terms. m'ehl(
JAMES S. SPANN
County Recorder, Yuma Co.
BSDocunaent8 must be properly
stamped, and accompanied by th
ggOcmviijranttlnj? of every
description, neatly :tnd correctly