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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 March 1876

INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. jPBMMBMBBMBBWHHBIMKMMiBOBMmil 1 1 B W I B ffTTTrTrmn 'II I lilt . Og' JUUIJ I I II III li . I' II MHgT WJ I T-IAiitllill .1 HIM! I II Lit HI'I I III! I 1 1 I a J J n' I BfJJ&l 1W1MJ' c Ml B I IIMlMMIMMMMMaMIMMMMB- H I P VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1876. NO. 49. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $5 00 8ix Months 3 00 Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists, of tjn lineB of this me type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Uarus, frograin mee, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. EiCurrency taken at par when pay luents are tnnde in advance. PIONEER NewS DepoT OF ARIZONA, ESTABLISHED 1870, BY J. S. MANSFIELD, OP TUCSON, - - ARIZONA, pKALER IN NEWSPAP...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 March 1876

hc rmm Sentinel $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, March 18, 1876 OUR PHILADELPHIA LETTER. The Centennial. As many of our readers will not visit the great Centennial Exhibi tion, we have made arrangements with a gentleman of Philadelphia to send us a weekly letter giving matters of interest occurring dur ing the Exposition. These letters are strictly editorial, and papers copying them will please give the Usual credit. Philadelphia, March 2d, 1876. Philadelphia is not the place for our Centennial Exhibition from an historical point of view alone, although so many and such im portant events in the early history of our nation are centered here, that Philadelphia might not in appropriately be termed "The Centennial City," (of which more hereafter) but we question if grounds so well adapted to this purpose can be found so near any of our larger American cities. The grounds can be made as large as those who want the most elbow room in this world could...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 March 1876

k gjizomt j&ntind. SATURDAY, jjisrcli IS MISCELLANY. James Parton, who lately mar ried his stepdaughter, is the only man in Massachusetts who ever held the situation of husband to his mother-in-law. They have kissing fairs in Io wa. Only ten cents a kiss. Sup pose a fellow takes two, how would they make change for a quarter? A funny Austin (Nev.) man re cently imposed upon a credulous Eastern tourist by giviug hi:n a bed-bug, representing it to be a rare specimen of a sage brush terrapin, and he brought it home. It doesn't cost near so much to take a newspaper as it does to keep a yellow dog. Still there are lots of people who are too poor to take a newspaper who have several worthless dogs on their premises. A Sacramento lady, who sports an artificial tooth, left it on the table of the restaurant where she had taken breakfast the other morning, and on returning for it an hour afterward, found it at tached as a charm to the bob-chain of the waiter. v A romantic Brooklyn girl say...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 March 1876

B. S. Fitzgerald & Co.-, MAIN Street YUMA A. T. Dealers in Tl'E SENTINEL. SATTObAY March IS LOCAIi MATTERS. :0:: ARE WOW QF&FftlfrG 2 k WELL SELECTED STOCK of m .A 8 ,3? V VX o ssi IS " -35 3 B to CLOTHING Boots, Shoe, Slippers, TOUT'S FTTENISHING GOODS ft Hardware Mirror? 'tinware Valiees laiassirVare Trunks Cl Celts ! Crockery j FIREARMS j 1 and ! i ! .liniftiuriiTibw! 'Ben Woods came in from Filli buster Station by last Monday's "stage. Go and see the exhibition at the Court-House to-morrow, (Sun day) night. JAME8 QuiNiiiN" arrived from Tucson last Sunday. His wagon train arrived on Monday. Ben Woods, the good eater, left by "stage for Fillibuster last Wednesday morning. 3". A. Moore, Esq., the indefa tigable stage 'man, came in from Maricopa Wells by last Monday's Tucson stage. "BOWLEY AND MEYERS, With their heavy wagon train left here for Tucson last' Thursday, fully loaded with Merchandise. TflE large wagon trains of J. Quinlin and Geo. L. Field left here for Tucson la...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 March 1876

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1876. NO. 50. INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. tt nmivx JWittcl. Published Every Saturday, by WM I RFRRV. Editor prof a) -t TERMS Invariably in Advance SURSt "TPTTON: r Vaor - Si") Uv Six MonthB Single Coping 3 00 12 ADVERTISING: . . :.f;rtn aasn n squnrn, -nun mira i v- Each subsequent insertion I So Contracts oy me year or quoii re duced rates. A square consists of tan lines of this size type. , JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Briefs. Bill-Heads. Letter treads, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat nees and dispatch. Currency taken at par when pay ments are innde in advance. PIONEER NewS DepoT OP ARIZONA, ESTABLISHED 1870, BY J. S. MANSFIELD, OF TUCSON," ARIZONA. DEALER IM NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, SCHOOL BOO&S, STATIONERY, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. The Best Brands of Cigars and To baco always on Hand. CSPOrders for Books and Papers promptly attended to. jalo-tf. YUMA CITY MEAT MA...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 March 1876

Ufa mm jntind. $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WI. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A- T. SATURDAY, March 25, 1876 HUMBUGS. This bug, insect or vermin, or whatever you may call it, has no particular land for its nativity or home, but circulates, crawls or flies wherever human society ex ists. The word humbug, when used as a noun, signifies, a per son who practices imposition un der pa'usible pretenses. In this sense the word is synonymous with bilk. When used as a verb the word means to deceive, to im pose on. Speaking of the thing as a noun we assert, that this ani mal is one of the most mischiev ous of any to be found in the whole range of natural history. Its baneful influence is felt throughout all the ramifications of human operations. It is a stranger to truth, honor, honesty, candor and fair dealing, and re vefs in fraud, dishonesty, decep tion misrepresentation and false hood. In old settled countries, where the habits and pursuits of society are fixed, and all the people are acquainted w...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 March 1876

$k mn jfentinet SATURDAY, Mrcli 25 MISCELCAIV'Y. There is a man in New Hamp shire who sends fourteen of his children to the same school. The rest are too small to go. Fame is what we are all after. An Oswego (N, Y ) man sought it ny eating one hundred nd ten clams at one sitting, but his di gestive organs were out of order and none but the angels will ever see him do it again. Cincinnatti is said to be less troubled with dogs than any oth er city in the country. And we don't mean to insinuate anything when we recall that it is also the great sausage centre in America. George Cary Eggleston argues that it does not pay as a bnsiness venture to marry a rich wife. His observation leads him to believe that the expense of maintaining such a wife is usually greater than the income Which her property can be made to yield'. A big fat fellow was arrested at Ogden the other day, for Tweed. When his twenty-four wives and fifty-three children stepped up, and all swore at once that he wasn't the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 March 1876

B. S. Fitzgerald & Co., WAINfcStreet A. T, dealers in ARE JLLL SELECT S3 m I S3 CLOTHING EST Boots, Shoes, Slippers, GENT'S yuHKlSJiiww uuuuo g Hardware Mirror Tin War Valise j Glassware Trunks j Clocks Crockery FIREARMS j and ! AMMUMTIOJV' 6 9 J" s Choice Imvorled and Cal- ifornia Wines and Ziquois ef every variety ; choice biandsot Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated (fji?ne?-i- can JZagle" Fine Cut. U. 8. FITZGERALD & CO. "We call Particular attention to OUR STOCK OF fittP re l&YfmirKtttiY trtrthc THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY March 25 LOCAL MATTERS. fifiRjvtON Spruance, Esq., ar rived by the Tucson stage last Thursday. All that we hear about the mines is good, encouraging and full of hope, from all quarters. Go and have your likeness taken while the photographers are here. Go and "secure the shadow, ere the substance fades." tin. Sat inlay, mo--: we will Rive an proceedings. child, and Mr. Bittenhouse, came down from Castle Dome Landing in small boat, on Friday of last week,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 April 1876

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, APJRIL 1, 1876. NO. 51. VOL. IV. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, rtlffiigr r TTJjgi: hKMS-Invariablj iAdvacee -. w OlX IMIMHIIB -- uu Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING: One Hqunrp. each insertion $2 5fl Enob subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter ai re .duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter ."Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. ECurreucy taken AT PAR when pay mente are initde in advance. PIONEER JNewS DepoT OF ARIZONA, KSTAttLIS'lED 1870, rtv J. S, MANSFIELD, QV TUCSON. - - ARIZONA. t - SP APKrtS, PERIODICALS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, CUTLERY, .ETC., ETC. The Sest Brands of Cigars and To baco always on Hand. gSTOrderfl for Books Hnd Papers promptly attended to. jalo-tf. YUMA CITY MEAT MARKET. NEXT TO POST-OFFICE. MAIN Street, - - YUMA, A. T....

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 April 1876

$5 per Year: Sk Months S3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY. APRIL, 1, 1876 TENACITY. We are tempted this week to write an essay on this important subject, and to consider its appli cation to the various phases of hu man life. Tenacity is one of the most valuable traits possessed by man. when directed toward the accomplishment of a good and laudable object. The lower ani mals possess it to a great degree; as for instance the bull-dog and the cat. But whether we consid er the object dog-matically or cat egorically, it is full of interest. It means that quality of holding on, and unwillingness to resign, give up, or let go anything or any pur suit that has been undertaken If we took over the history of the world we will find that as a gene ral rule, no great achievement has ever been accomplished without tenacity. True, there are some exceptions as some events of importance to mankind have happened without thA pwrrisfi of anv tenacity. But they belong to the exception and not...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 April 1876

hc jmm Sentinel SATURDAY April 1 Thirty - five thousand dollars have been offered for a seat in the San Francisco Stock Eoard. The Brooklynites have invited Dr, Edward Beecher rocomedown and 'give them "Hell," which is his most celebrated sermon. It pleases a woman to see a man holding a plate of refreshments on his knee at a party.. He can't do il without turning in his toes. There is one i ude and bad habit the boys of New Orleans never indulge in. They do not throw snowballs at each other like the badboys who live in the North, -where there is no Mardi Gras. Neio Orleans Republican. They are going to explode 50,000 lbs. of nitro-glyeerine at Hell Gate say the New York papers. It is not wide enough at present to ac commodate the travel from New York and Brooklyn. DetraitFree Press. "When the cold wind blows, takfi care of your nose, that it don't get froze, and wrap up your toes in warmer hose." The above, we suppose, was written in prose, by some one who knows the effects of cold...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 April 1876

B. S. Fitzgerald & Co., MAINiStreet YUMA A. T. Dealers in at OfeetcPwuuk civet vi e ARE mmmk pbegks, : A WELL SELECTED STOCK of TO 8) Mr 3 o f 5S TO fa. "ft a t3 CLOTHING Boot, Shoes, Slipper, Hardware Mirrorr Tinware Valisef Glassware Trunks Clock? Crockery FIREARMS and 1 i I A MMUMTION Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Wines and Ziguors f everv variety : choice bta?idsot Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated ' 'Ameri can jEccgle" Jfine cm. H. S FITZGERALD & CO We call Particular attention to OUR STOCK OF THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY : : : : : April 1 LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Gillett, chief of the Corps of Engineers of the Southern Pa cific Railroad, arrived here with his party last Tuesday. Julius Samter shipped during the week, to his own house in Phoenix, by wagon tram of Geo. Richey, 6,000 lbs. of merchandise. J. A. Moore, Esq., arrived from San Diego by stage last Monday) and passed on the same day by the Tucson stage, for his home at Maricopa Wells. CoL. James M. Barney Wra. P. Miller...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 April 1876

(The ; ; . . , i r ' i INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, APRIL & 1876. NO; 52. 8Ifa nmm j&rtHnel Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, feDITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS-Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : . On Ypnr.. $" 00 Rix Months 3 00 Rinulft CnniPB . 12 ADVERTISING: One smiare. each insertion $2 50 EBcb subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter ai re duced rntps. A smiare consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRTNTTNG: Tpih1 Rlariks. Briefs. Bill-Heads. Letter Wads, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Program- jiiiee, etc., printeu in cveiy oijio, "iiesR and dispatch. Currency taken AT PAR when pnj merits are made in advance. PIONEER NewS DepoT OF ARIZONA, ESTABLISHED 1870, BY j. s. Mansfield, OF TUCSON, ARIZONA. DEALER IN Newspapers, magazines, PERIODICALS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. The Best Brands of Cigars and To baco always on Hand. I5FOrder8 for Books nnd Papers promptly attended to. ...

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 April 1876

$5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, APRIL. 8, 1876 SOME PROBABILITIES. That ancient individual called " Old Probabilities," has been around, scanning his horoscope and prognosticating as to what the near future has in store tfor the people of Arizona, and he finds that the signs are full of hope. A better feeling and a firmer faith that a period of great prosperity is about to dawn upon our Territory, are seen and felt oh every hand. And this feeling is not the result of mere blind guess work, but is founded upon solid, tangible evidence. A great change has taken place since men have quit in a great measure growling, fretting and fuming and wishing to leave the country and have gone earnestly to work to develope its boundless resourc es. Many men. who would have left the Territory years ago if they could, now don't desire to leave but are content to remain, for they see that the probabilities are that Arizona will advance with rapid strides, and wi...

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 April 1876

SATURDAY April 8 MISCELLANY. "You are a brilliantnd versa tile bouquet of loveliness," hesaid, with a voice that was low and soft, and in return she warbled, "Dry up, George; you've said eng ough. " Scene, a butcher's stand. Butch er: "Come, John, be lively now; break the bones in Mr. William's chops and put Mr. Smith's ribs in the basket for him." John (brisk ly) : "AH right, sir; just as soon as J've sawed off Mrs. Murphv's leg." To dance well, a man should know as little as possible of every thing else. He can balance part ners better if his hair is parted in the middle. New York Evening 3fail. Out in the Black Hills gold' re gion, when you buy a bowl of bean soup; you take off your coat, dive for a bean, and when you come up with it the proprietor of tne saloon takes it away from you and says you only paid for soup. A man at Warren, R. I., was buried a fews days ago in a coffin that he ordered for himself more than twenty years ago, and a lo cal journal says; "although a lit tle...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 April 1876

Yiuna Business Directory COLORADO STEAM NAVI GATION CO Office, foot of Main St. I. PolhamuB, Jr., Gen. Supt. A. J. Finlay, Agent: JAMES M. BARNEY, -WhoTe-eale and Commission nnd Forwarding Merchant Cor Main and First Sts. BAVID NEAHR, General jfrer cliandise, wholesale and retail Cor. Main and Fuet sis. TT S. FITZGERALD & CO. tl .General Merchandise, wholesale & Tetail Cor. Mam and Second sts. Eft. W. BLAIR, Colorado Ho tel Gila street, He LANE Smelting Works, Cnpt. Geo. D Nagle, Supt Office, corner of Gila and Second streets JULIUS SAMTER, General Merchandise, wholesale and retail Main at. near Second. TORRTTE: General "Mer- ohandise. wholesale and retail Cor. Third st and Maiden Lane. REDONDO '& BRO., Market Main street. r-x umrnn U a T,7.. Yiirria Ex- change 88loon, Livery Stable andN Feed Yard Lor. Mam street ana JoneB Avenue. HORNER & DONALDSON, Blacksmiths, Wagon & Coach mak ers Gila street. ANDREW TYNER, Saloon Cor. Main and Second sts. JAMES ABEGG, News D...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 April 1876

INDEPENDENT IN ALT, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. V. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1876. NO. 1. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor & proprietor. TERMSInvariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year fi;-r Mnntfcn -QSnnlo Hnnies 12 OIUg 'T ADVERTISING: 'One square, each insertion $2 5fl Enob subsequent insertion 1 2n Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of tn lines of taie eie type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. 'EF-Currency taken at par when pay nietits are made in advance. PIONEER NewS DepoT OF ARIZONA, ESTABLISHED 1870, BY J. S. MANSFIELD, OF TUCSON, ARIZONA. DEALER IN Newspapers, Magazines, periodicals, SCHOOL BOOKS, stationery, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. The Best Brands of Cigars and To baco always on Hand. "Orders for Book'd and Papers promptly attended to. jalo-tf. YUMA CITY MEAT MARKET. NEXT TO POST-OF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 April 1876

gifecmt Sentinel. $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUIVLA. A. T. SATURDAY. APRIL, 15, 1876 A NEW VOLUME. Another year has rolled around and another volume of the Ari zona Sentinel has been com pleted. These years, when mark ed by any occurrance that makes their termination an anniversary, are but the stepping stones on the great path-way of time. Every man, whatever niny be his occu pation, makes a record as he pas ses through this life, that will paper man makes a record that is spread before the world with eve ry issue of his paper, and happy is he who at the close of a volume can review his efforts wjith, an. ap proving conscience. Few men are insensible to the applause of their fellow men, and while we admit with thankfulness that we .have had our full share of it, and probably, more than we deserve, yet the approval of our own con science is far better than the ap probation of the whole world. "One self approving hour wide years out weighs Of Btupid plaudits. an...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 April 1876

Yuma Business Directory COLORADO STEAM NAVI GATION CO Office, foot of Main 8t. I. Polbamus, Jr., Gen. Supt. A. J,. Finlay. Agent. JAMES M. BARNEY, Whole: gale and Commission and Forwarding. Merchant Cor Main and First Sts. DAVID NEAHR, General- Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. Main and First sts. H8. FITZGERALD & UU., .General Merchandise, wholesale & retail Cor. Main and Second sts. GEO. W. BLAIR, Colorado. Ho tel Gila street, JULIUS SAMTER, General Merchandise, wholesale and retail Main si near Second. TmTCTTE. General Mer- . chandiae. wholesale and retail Cor. ird st. and Maiden Lane. REDONDO: & BRO., Market Main street. REDONDO&BALSZ, Yuma Ex change Saloon. Livery Stable and. Feed Yard Cor. Main street ant Jones Avenue. TTORNER & DONALDSON, U -Blacksmiths, Wagon S& uoaon mas era Gila street. ANDREW TYNER, Saloon Cor. Main and Second sta. JAMES ABEGG., Nes Deppt, Main Street. B D. JONES, Cosmopolitan Sa- , loo! Main street. HALL HANLON, Ferry six mi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 April 1876

SATURDAY, April 15 MISCELLANY. Senator Bayard's favorite by word is " 'od 'am it." Bill Sharon is a little scrumpled cuss, and if he had red skin might be mistaken for a dried herring. Bob Toombs has uot yet been gathered to his fathers. He, like Jeff Davis, is doing his loveliest to make Blaine a tenant of the White House. The Dan bury Neivs Washington Correspondent, Bob. Creighton, under the head of "Spicy Person als," gives a racy pen picture of Jeadmg members ol uongress. Here are some spicy specimens : The weakest man in the Senate is Davis, of West Virginia. He sits in the same spot Jeff Davis did in 1860-61, has a lumpish face, and handles grammar with all the recklessness of unloaded shot guns. Sargent is the fastest talker in the Senate. His average is fully two hundred words a minute. fIhe elder Murphy brother and Summer, the celebrated San Fran cisco reporter, are the only two stenographers that claim a dead sure thing on him. This talk about the Senate not being what it ...

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