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

I N DRPKNDEXT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL TN N'O'I HING. i -i-i i i-rrfnimiiili,tniTi.iii-.mii--T-.i . - . ,-, r. i. .i.uixMmr -jaggvig. , t amLn-.n w-T,s u.-..-. n iiMiimiiuiaiMium wmmmmm VOI,. V. ,,,, nmM urn i imiii mi ii uBwuwjjtJiima' ahr girfeona Sentinel. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. TEKMS--Invariably in Advance ,SUBSO RIPTIO N : ' One Year S-r 0 Six Month! 3 00 Single Copies 2 ADVERTISING: One f quart'. -nch ineerjinji $2 50 FhMi mih-. nn.'nt irmertion..: 1 2o Contracts- by th year or quarter at re lut-i d rutf A i'qiir.rt' roiminta of ten lines of thin izo tj po. JOB PRINTING: L Kh! Blanks. Briefs. Dill-Heads. Letter Hi'ht.'B, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program- biw, etc., printed in every styio, wiwi nu.u ne&8 and dispatch. 3 Currency taken at PAR when pa nieiits are innde in advance. EHRENBERG JAMES M. BARNEY Hat re-establibhed the OF HIS GENERAL MERCANTILE A S D FORWARDING BUSINESS. RE-OPENING with the most complete assortment of GEVE...

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 November 1876

I Ife Arizona j&ntuwl. $5 per Year; Six Months S3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1876 MOTIVE George Elliot, one of the popu lar writers of the day, says, " it is want of motive that mukes life dreary." From this short and pregnant text we propose to offer a few remarks to our readers to day. We very much doubt wheth er in the whole range of the eng lish language so few words can be framed into a sentence fraught with deeper import. " It is the want of motive that makes life dreary," Let any man or woman reflect and see if the sentence is not full of truth. And is life dreary ? Yes, unfortunately, to hundreds and thousands it is dreary indeed; a desolate barren waste ! And why is it dreary ? Because men and women choose to make it so. How do they com mit this insane act ? By fretting and repining because the world does not wag to suit them be cause some of their darling pro jects did not succeed they become disheartened and lose all motive and give up the sh...

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

Sfltc mYt Sentinel. Saturday Nov. 18 A "Missouri judgr has docidnd tint a woman is not an old maid until she is 3o rears old. Kid ploves for ladies now reach to the shoulders, and soon ladies will have to take offal! their cloth es in order to get on their gloves. It may he accepted as a maxim, that, to a man of sethetie nature, no women ever looks lovely whih in the art of flattening her nose against the window of a horse ear, in order to catch a glimpse of a dog fight. An Atkinson girl ate four pound of wedding cake in order that sh might dream of her future hus hand. And now sho says money wouldn't hire her to marry the man she saw in that dream. Nobody likes to he nohody : but everybody is pleasrd to think himself somebodv. -And every body is somebody; huf -when any- bodv thinks himself to be some bodv, he generally thinks every body else is nobody. A three-year old boy in west wardsboro. Vt.. wandered into field recently, where he met and played with two wdd bears. The beasts d...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 November 1876

Yuma Business Directory COLORADO STEAM NAVI GATION CO Office, foot of Main St. I. Polhamus, Jr., Gen. Supt. A. J. Finlaj, Agent. TAMES M. BARNEY, Whole- gale and Commission and Forwarding Merchant Cor Mitin and First Sts. DAVID NEAHR, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor Main and First sts. JULIUS SAMTER, General Merchandise, wholesale and retail Main st. near Second. ISAAC LYONS, General Mer chandiie, wholesale and retail Main t. near Second ISAAC LEVY, Colorado Hotel, Gila street. ALORETTE, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. xuiid st. and Maiden Lane. JAMES ABEGG, News Depot, Main Street. G EO. W. BLAIR, Grand Hotel Main st. W. PRATT, Watchmaker ( and Jeweler First st. A, REDONDO&BALSZ, Yuma Ex change Paloon. Liverv Stable and Feed Yard Cor. Mam street and Jones' Avenue. ANDREW TYNER, Saloon Cor. Main and Secjnd sts J. B E. D. RLADES, Real Estate , Aaent, Main st., near 2d. ENJAMIN WOODS, Railroad Saloon, Main st , near 2d. REDONDO & BRO., Market Mai...

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

13 mm. jm. mm mmum INDEPENDENT IN .ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. V. $to Arizona jfentmel Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, v EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. S InTariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : On Yer $r 00 Six Monthe 3 00 Single Copiea ADVERTISING: ne square, eaoh insertion 2 50 Each subsequent insertion I 25 Contract by the year or quarter at re duced rate. A square cansist of ton lines of this iae type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Brief, Bill-Heads. Letter geads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., prinlwa in every siyie, wnu uom oete and dispatch. Currency taken atpak when psy uientK ar made in advance. EHRENBERG JAMES M. BARNEY Has re-eatabliihed the GENERAL MERCANTILE A ED a?OR WARDING BUSINESS. XE-0P5XING with the mast complete assortment of GBSffEKAiL MERCHANDISE, RECEITINO AND FORWARD ING CONSIGNMENTS ST KIVER, RAIL AND WAGON. S Urga advertisement for particulars. Call or aidrew him for terms at Eltresahery anil Yuma, Arizona, AND Sn FrsracfiRCO, Califor...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 November 1876

-- -I I J.I $h Sfena Sentinel, $5 per Year; Six Months $3, WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. TV SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1876 THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL ROAD ! The Night has Passed and the Day Dawneth ! Grunt or Iiands brtlio Town of Yu. mn. Last Sunday morning Gen. Phineas Banning, of Wilmington, Cal., arrived in Yuma by steam er from Ehrenberg, he having come out to that point from the end of the Southern Pacific Rail road. The unexpected appear ance of the General among us was hailed with delight, and he was met by a host of warm-hearted friends who know him in other days and who gladly welcomed him to Yuma, feeling and know ing that he did not make the jour ney for nothing. General Bann ing is well known as one of the must energetic, enterprising and liberal business men in California, and is at the same time a whol souled gentleman, who in a large body carries a heart that fills it The General did not pretend that he was in any way acting as agent for the 8outhern Pacific Railroad Company...

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 November 1876

Yuma Business Directory COLORADO STEAM NAVI GATION CO Office, foot of Main St. I. Polhamui, Jr., Gen. Supt. A. J. Finlay. Agent. TAMES M. BARNEY, Whole- tf sale and Commission an. I Forwarding Merchant Cor Main and First Sts. TAVIDNEAHR, General Mer ! chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. Main and First sts. TULIPS SAMTER. General pf Merchundise, wholesale and tetail Main st. near Second. 18 A AO LYONS, Geueral Mer chandise, wholesalo and retail Main et. near Second ISAAC LEVY, Colorado Hotel, . Gila street. LORETTE, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. hird Bt. and Maiden Lane. JAMES ABEGG, News Depot, Main Street. G EO. W, BLAIR, Grand Hotel Mam 8t. A W, PRATT, Watchmaker , and Jeweler Fitit st. eEDONDO&BALSZ, Yuma Ex change Saloon, Livery Stable and Feed Yard Cor. Main street and Jones' Avenue. ANDREW TYNER, Saloon Cor. Main and Second fits. 1 E. D. BLADES, Real Estate (J? . Agent, Main St., near 2d. BENJAMIN WOODS, Railroad Saloon, Main st.-, near 2d. REDONDO & ...

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

Saturday Wov. 25 MISC&L&.AA'Y. A woman's band. How beauti fully moulded, how faultless in symmetry, how soft and white and yielding, and oh, how much gentle memory its presure con veys. Yet we don't like it in our hair. Genteel boy "My father is in the Custom-house." Ragged Boy "And mine's in the Station-house." Genteel Boy "But my father can iceep on stealing and yours can't." During the past three days herds of Mormons have been gath ering at the sink-hole of iniquity, and it is estimated that more than a hundred polygamous marriages have been solemnized within its unholy walls. Salt Lake Tribune, Oct. 18th. An exchange remarks: "It is said that there are mote editors unmarried than any other class of professional men. For this reason, we suppose, the majority of them are men of firte sentiment, and do not wish to starve any bodv'a sis ter." The value of the Centennial buildings at Philadelphia is esti mated at $5,794,000, and that of their contents as $97,343,350, mak ing...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 2 December 1876

INDEPENDENT JN ALTj THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. V. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1876. NO. 34. gffa rteona Sentinel Published Every Saturday, by WSVL J. BERRY, KDlTOfi & PROPRIETOR- PETIS-Invariablv in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: five Yenr Sr 00 Sis S-iMfg 3 M SimU P. ) ' ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion $2 50 Lacb enbbPquftnt insertion I -to Contracts by the year or quarter at re duerd rates. A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circuiting Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every stylo, witli neat DcbB and dispatch. 3"-Currency taken at par when pay uiunts are made in advance. REN BERG JAMES M. BARNEY Has re-establuhed the OP his ttGNERAJL MERCANTILE 1KO nmWAKOING BUSINESS. KE-OPENING with the uieit complete asortmeut of iAKH.4L MERCHAtfOISfi, RECEIVING AND FORWARD ING CONSIGNMENTS BY RIVER, RAIL AND WAGON. Be large advertisement for particulars. Call or aid res him for terms at ?tre...

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

Sfa rhm Sentinel $5 per Year; Six Months $ WI. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 2, 1876 THE DYING YEAR. Yes, kind friends, it is dying, and we who still live wiil soon have to bid farewell to 1876. Well, suppose it does die? What of it ? We know that everything1 pertain ing to this mundane sphere must die; the word perish, is written on every page of the book of na ture. But the record what of the record? Ah! much, very much! Let each man settle that with his own conscience. We have always written our own editorials, and whether good or bad, bright or spooney, they were always our own, and we are responsible for them. But on this occasion our bright friend of the Burlington Hawk-Eve has kindly sent us what he entitles "an autumnal re verie in prose, by an Towa poet," much of which is appropriate to this latitude; therefore we extract as follows : Oh drenmy haze, vesting the murmuring river that stretches away like a silvery thread under a mosquito bar, winding in wood ed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 2 December 1876

Yuma Business Directory COLORADO STEAM NAVI GATION CO Office, foot of Main St. I.Polhamue, Jr., Gen. Supt. A. J. Finlay, Agent. JAMES M. BARNEY, Whole sale and Commission and Fonvardiug Merchant Cor Main and Firt Sts. DAVID NEAHR, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor Main and First sts. TUI,IS SAMTER, General fj Merchandise, wholesale and retail Main st. near Second. ISAAC LYONS, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Main st. near Second ISAAC LEVY, Colorado Hotel, Gilo street. ALORETTE, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. Third st. ancl Maiden Lane. JAMES ABEGG, News Depot. Main Street. G EO. W. BLAIR, Grand Hotel Mam st. A W. PRATT, Watch maker , and Jeweler First st. REDONDO&BALSZ, Yuma Ex change Saloon, Livery Stable and Feed Yard Cor. Mam street and Jones' Avenue. ANDREW TYNER, Saloon Cor. Main and Second sts. JE. D. BLADES, Real Estate Agent, Main st., near 2d. BENJAMIN WOODS, Railroad Saloon, Main st., near 2a. REDONDO & BRO., Market Main st...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 2 December 1876

She nmn Sentinel Saturday Dec. 2 If you are too fat, and would like to fall off, mount a vicious horse, A St. Louis man rau six blocks after his nose thinking he was go ing to a fire. Lager-beer will not intoxicate if left in the barrels. It is only men who attempt to take the place of barrels who get a beer drunk. A youne man who has recently taken a wife says he did not find it. half so hard to get married as to get the furniture. "I shall follow her soon," said a sadeyed man at the grave of his wife. Within a month he was following another woman. UI wish you would pay a little attention to what I am sayiug, sir," roared a lawyer at an exas perating witness. "I am paying as little as I can," was the calm reply. An Iowa Judge says that a man may legally kiss his hired girl if he can swear he thought it was his wife. "Vy." said a cockney in Lon don to an American, "you speak Jblinglish as veil as ve do." "Thank you," responded the American, "I've not been here loQg enough .to forget...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 December 1876

V BrmsaiiriraritnrawrrrtaiaBaai Ptiw INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING-. VOL. V, YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1876. NO. 35. She ttemn JSsntinel. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, KD1TOR & PRO PRIETO i TKKMS-Tnvariablvin Advanoe SUBSCRIPTION: One Yer $5 00 Six MonthR 3 00 Rinjile Copies 12 ADVERTISING: ' One square, each insertion 82 50 Enoh subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ton lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Brief, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads. Circulars, Labels, Cards, l-Togram men, etc , printed in every style, with neat ueps and dispatch. B' Currency taken AT par when pay m c-nte are made in advance. EHEENBEEG JAMES M. BARNEY Has re-established the OF HIS lifiiNER A L MERCANTILE AND FORWARDING BUSINESS. RE-OPENING with the uieit complete assortment of GENERAL, MEltCIIA-'ISEi RECEIVING AND FORWARD ING CONSIGNMENTS BT RIVER, RAIL AND WAGON. He Iargs advertisement for p...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 December 1876

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J- BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 9, 1876 SAND HILL CRITICS. A critic, although his occupation is generally a thankless one, is not necessarily a malicious man. On the contrary, he often does much good, by holding up to the light and exposing the false positions, false constructions and peculiar quirks and idiosyncrasies of a cer tain class of literary aspirants who have mistaken their sphere. Lit erary criticism when wielded by a cultivated and competent mind, where there is an entire absense of malice or ridicule, is of incalcul able value in the onward march of education, civilization and re finement. If there had been no guch thing as criticism the litera ture of our day would be in a sorry fix. But the man who sets him self up for a critic should be partic ularly qualified for his task. He should possess high mental capa city, deep1 cultivation, discrimina tion and honesty. We have-written the above as a perface to a few remarks that we...

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. — 9 December 1876

Yuma Business Directory COLORADO STEAM NAVI GATION CO Office, foot of Main 8t. I. Polhamuo, Jr., Gen. Supt. A. J. Finlay, Agent. JAMES M. BARNEY, Whole sale and Commission and Forwarding Merchant Cor Main and First Sts. DAVID NEAHR, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor Main and First sts. TULIUS SAMTER.-G eneral fj Merchandise, wholesale ana retail Main st. near Second. ISAAC LYONS, General Mer cbandise, wholesale and retail Main at. near Seoond ISAAC LEVY, Colorado Hotel, Gila street. 4LORETTE, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. d st. and Maiden Lane. JAMES AREGG, News Depot, Main Street. G A EO. W. BLAIR, Grand Hotel Maiu st. W- PRATT. Watchmaker and Jeweler First st. REDONDO&BAL8Z, Yuma Ex change SbIooo, Livery Stable and Feed Yard Cor. Main street and Jones' venue. ANDREW TYNER, Saloon Cor. Main and Second sts. JE. D. BLADES, Real Estate A tent, Main St., near 2d. BENJAMIN WOODS, Railroad Saloon, Maiu st., near 2d. T EDONDO & BRO., Market Jt Main s...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 December 1876

r Saturday Dec. 9 Tf a clergyman is in doubt what, to prpaoh about, he should preach about ten minutes. The big- prairie farmer, Alexan der, has given up tillage and gone to swine-raising. He says the pen is, mightier than the sward. Mamma," sa'd a little boy who has been sent to dry a fowl before the fire, "is it done when it is brown?" David Knittel. a Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, mfcer, died last week of starvation. Jravinsr propertv to the amount of Soft.OOO, of which $20,000 was in cash. "Mamma," said a young hope ful, who against his will was made to rock the cradle of his baby bro ther, "if the Lord has any more bahies to give away don't you take 'em." That word "usufruct," which Tilden used, is defined as " the right of using- and enjoying the profits of a thing belonging to an other, without impairing the subs tance." You can kiss a pretty girl's lips under that head, but don't bite them. Mrs. Catherine Coggin, of New Marlborough, Mass., has just died, over 100 years old. Within...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 December 1876

I INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. V. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1876. NO. 3b Arizona Jlratincl. Published Every Saturday, by i. J. BERRY, KDITOH & PROPRETO TFllMS Invariably in Advauoe Sl'BSCIirPTION: Ymr .r, 00 Sis Mouths 3 0U Sincle Cui'f li ADVERTISING: One feiiiinrt. eaon insertion .."2 50 hftch subsequent insertion J J Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ton lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Jjeaus, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program me, eic, pruned in every style, with neat nests aiiil tlitfphtcli. Ei- L'urreuoy taken at par when pay cijLiith me uiuue in advance. n "rnr ir t&.t iri -r ri i. H K. H. KKKH JAMES M. BARNEY Has re-established the OF HIS GENERAL. MERCANTILE A N D FORWARDING BUSINESS. KE-OPENING with the most complete assortment of GENERAL MERCHANDISE RECEIVING AND FORWARD ING CONSIGNMENTS DT RIVER, RAIL AND WAGON. S90 large advertisement for particu...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 December 1876

Ifit Arizona Sentinel .$5 per Tear; Six Months $3. Vmt. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 16, 1876 RAILROAD RUMORS. Under this heading the San Diego Union of Dec. 4, has an ar ticle in which the editor speaks as follows: "Two weeks flo Gen. P. Bann ing went down to Yuma and hue an interview with the city autho rities, to whom he talked with such persuasiveness as to induce the passage of an ordinance giv ing the Southern Pacific Company 100 acres of land and the right of way through the town on condi tion that the road be completed to the Colorado river by January 1st eighteen hundred and seven ty eight one year later than the date promulgated by the Company. This ordinance, if it is put in the form of a contract, will 'effectually tie up Yuma so far as railroads are concerned for the next year, putt ing it out of the power of the peo ple to make more advantageous terms with the Texas and Pacific. Possibly our Yuma friends may find that they have acted with loo much precip...

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. — 16 December 1876

Yuma Business Directory COLORADO 8TEAM NAVI GATION CO Offioe, foot of Main St. I. Polhamui, Jr., Gen. Supt. A. J. Finlay, Agent. JAMES M. BARNEY, Whole tale and Commission and Forwarding Merchant Cor Main and Firat St8. DAVID NEAHR, General M er chandise, wholesale and retail Cor Main and First itt. JTJLIUg SAMTER, General Merchandise, wholesale and retail Main st. near Second. TSAAO LYONS. General Mer I chandiie, wholesale and retail Main at. near Second T8AAC LEVY, Colorado Hotel, JL UH street ALORETTE, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. i hird st. and Maiden Lace. TAMES ABEGG, News Depot, f Main Street. G A EO. W. BLAIR, Grand Hotel Mam rt. W. PRATT, Watchmaker e and Jeweler First st. f EDONDOaBALSZ. Yuma Ex X change Saloon, Livery Stable and ieed Yard Cor. Main street and Jones Avenue. A NDREW TYNER, Saloon X Cor. Main and Second sts. I E. D. BLADES, Real Estate If Agent, Main st., near 2d. BENJAMIN WOODS, Railroad Saloon, Main st., near 2d. REDONDO & BROM Marke...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 December 1876

$k gpanra JScntind. Saturday Dec. li ASISCELSjAA'Y. The belie of Fond du Lac, Wis.1 makes all her own clothes and does the marketing. Fond mamma "And what would Johnny do if mamma were to die?" Johnny "Eat up all the sugar." Chicago revenue officers are he ginuing to complain of their ina bility to tell by the aroma wheth er a house contains an illicit still or a sleeping alderman. A very effective wav to reduce house-hold expenses, if you have a large family, is to gather a.quan tity of toadstools in mistake for mushrooms, and have them serv ed up for supper. Along next Winter when the wood gives out and the potatoes run low, it won't help a lamily a bit to remember that they went to the Centennial. A Norwich man calls himself on his card a "temperance boot maker." The need of temperan ce boots is apparant, for though they're not generally drunk, it's a notorions fact that they're often very tight. "Come sit by my side, little dar ling," he sang under a Grand street maiden's window...

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