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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1873

Voi.n, yT"jm'"-i i in i mill iiitn-i-anaa3tBmrrfrrz3jBsttaitsatt; YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER II, 1873. jje ari)oufl lentiiuL Published eyery -Saturday, by C . A. . -.31 I IS O K. TEEMSJnvarialnV in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : On(i Year Six Months....! .. ... Singie Copies .So 00 . 3 00 . 25 - ADVERTISING: One inch-'Space, or ies., oneinser tionvS2 50; each subsequent in sertion, SI 25. 'Contracts by the month, quarter or year at re duced rates. . 5 JOB PRiN'TINGr Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-heads, Letter-heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Programmes, etc., print ed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. triL-fees for legal advertise ments, in all cases-, must he paid in advance. EST Currency received at par when payments are made in ad vance: flSTAl orders by mail or ex press must he add ressed tn - THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, YumaAJj MISCELLANEOUS Pacific Mail S. & Co. For JapKu ami Clsijaa. T EAVE Wharf cor- JLi ner uf First & Bran-jpa? nan streets, on the and Hlili of every mo...

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. — 11 October 1873

4 -jSSgellaneous - x f.- ' OF COPARTNERSHIP.' The partuorship heretofore existing be tween (he undersigned under (ho fiuu sAiiiQ WM. 1 KUOPfiU & Co.,. doing, ,Luint8 iu San Fuuicicoo, arid" in tho 'J'-.-- litory. of Arizona, is this day dieoieed Ly mutual ci.nsenr, Mr. .un b. l arrretir i:;t therefrom. The business will he cm finued by Will. B. Hoouw tTasiij. M. I5ariiey.ur.dei- the same farm name, who will collect nil assets and pay all liabilities. YM. B. HOOPER, .1AME8 id. .BARNEY, JOHN, S. CASK. Son Francisco, Se pt. 13, Jb7.J. 27 4t TISSOL"lJTiON ' 'OF 0 -P A R'T'N E R S H IP , Tho copartnership heretofore cxistirtp between James A. Moore and JLarkin W. Carr. at Maricopa Well in Arizona Territory, cy innlu.l corncM is tliis day dissolved. Juices A. Moore contiuueft J be busiuera heretofore condiut cd by the firm, assuming all tha nnu dtbts. oad is entitled to all the assets thereof. JAS.-A. MOORE, LARK IN W. OAKR. Moriccpa Wclis, A.T., Sept. 22, 187;. Jm Notice. The School ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1873

THE ARIZONA SEHTlSEIi-SATtJltDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1873. jje Srijoffu-TQiiurl. $5 per Year ; Six Months. $3; YUMA, A. T. SATURJDAY, OCT. - II,- ISTJ. -There are sufficient and sub stantial reasons for the re-enact rncnt of the repealed, tree ex change and free home circulation laws. This repeal is a posit" ve advance in n tendency idva&y obvious, and, for various reasons had toward an extinction of lo cal newspapers to make room- for large monopolizing city newspa pers. Accordingly, anybody who has observed tho opinions of the Press on the repeal, will .recoiled that, the larger and mors power ful the paper, the more decided ly did it approve the repeal. It has been hn established policy of: the gieat euy papers to stt form the duty of the local newspapers to scrape together their local new3, and leave great men. It is natural that a city newspaper manager should covet a large cir culation and great influence. It is his very obvious policy to make the country papers mere Jocal re por...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1873

TBUB ARIZONA BESTIR BL-SArCRDAl, OCTOBER 11, 1573. Cjje Srijona leniinrL $5 psr Year ; Six Mouths. $3. YUMA. A. T. 5ATURDA Yf OCT. II, 1S78, "HOKE AGAIN." After a ramble of about seven weeks, wo And ourself once, more surrounded with the turmoils of newspaper life. Our last visitiag place wa3 TUCSON, the capital of our Territory, where v.'e met several friends, among whom were Gov. Safford, Dr. kord, Gen. McCaSry, Hiram Stevens, Esq., and others, to whom we here return our thanks for the many attentions shown. The town itself looks rather dull at present, on account of some twelve hundred souls being absent to the feast at Magdalona. The, business, however, (we mean among the larger business houses) seemed to us to be very good. The general appearance of the the same time, the poorest ,,'yts uie very uu.iijwt hiju. te y . . i ii. j; lit i imong other 2)rofitab7e business goods from Sonora. One ..1.1 . i . . i. : v.- vtt wa flul. thfi amount of . 3 t - 1 i ' i "fclf3 irht. Anion? oth...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1873

THE ARIZONA SEUTOEL-SATURBAI, OCTOBER li, Lb73. $5 per Year ; Mouths. $3. VUMA. a. t. SATURDAY, OCT. 11, 1873. Look out for the improved form of the Sentinel next Saturday. The Board of Supervisors met ontheGth itist., and formally ac cepted the new County Buildings. Wine flowed, and wit bubbled as the wine took effect. Tobacco, in the shape of pure Havanas, fioni Morrofs, was destroyed in th usual way, and many wore the compliments paid Mr. Howell, not only on the thoroughness with which he has completed hh work, but on the voriou3 finishing touches which he has given the courtroom at hisown expense,and which were not included in the PEEILS OP TSS BESSET. Tho following letter w.is re ceived by liegiualdo Valenzueia, from Chancy Vincent, and hand ed to us for publication: D03 PALMAa STATION, Oct 1, 1873. Four days ago the son of old Chirio Theodore, and from Yuma had crossed the man Baker over to the California side of the river about sundown ; that he had nothing with him but a car...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1873

VHP A P ?7 AK? A CFTtf'TTtf SATCJRI'AJ ji OCTOBER IK JLjU-U ilU.i. 4 J W X. .-T. UiiJ:5 i 1873. jje-$rijfltiB fdtinr-l-. $5 par Yea? ; k Moiiths. YUMA, A. T SATURDAV, OCT. 11, 1S7S. How a Bold Chinaman was Fooled. I beard of one bold Chin&mnn, A youth of Iwen'r-onp; Jfc knew be came ircm Chics. And was bt falh'er'a Fon. He was a handsome Cooliw, And bore a pretty nams, . And when l.p wrot in English Ho scribbled "Chins Chong Gain." Bo Ching Chong Gain was working In thift ciiy by tha sa ; ' Up WBJ-hpd tbo pots and disbes In a high-toned family. Tbrop year ho toile-d, arid by thai time He hnd fortuaB aved, For Ghing Chong Gtin was temperate, And he overy dollar saved ; And every night, snug in his bed, He to hiineelf would say : '5Iy bosB, lio gotee a daugbtc, And oh ! she be belly pay ; She likes ma lovea rae maoboc," Sv.d worthy Gbiiig Chong Gain ; ' An' aho nice Meilican lady, An' I Iotcs her allee 8amo." So Ching Chong, Gain p'repoeed said he: "Upn ray eacrcd lifuo, .. rbtnsh...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1873

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1873. 7 ? 6FBER.L MEBCEA'NDISF, MISCELANEOUS. D. NEAHB'S COLUMN. 52. ft, 5EMPER & 0,, it RS, SI. J. SM5T22, Importers and dealers In GE252BAI "MSROHAITMBB, riAN FRANCISCO, Cal. EH REN BERG, A. T., - " ' .4' ' -aRtl-.- -' YUMA, A.'T. ' Having closed our retail depart ment, we shall, from and after this date, attend exclusively to che wants of our jobbing custom ers throughout Arizona. Territory and Souora, Mexico. To interior merchants, small ioaleVs, station keepers, saloon keepers, ranchmen, freighters, who buy in quantities, we offer ou r eat Ire stock of goods AT lAitcofSan Diego, CfcM Would respectfully inform fho citizens t Vuuiii, that ulio hua opened' a Furnishing & Fancy Good DAVID NEAHR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S ,1 i Jain ftf Fma, A 2, 829 Sarwome st San Francisco. STORE On Main street, opposite! tbe Public School House. Crocheting, Tatting, Tapes- TJJY AND EmBROJJUERY-, CONSISTING OF Wholesale and tie tail Dealer in General M...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1873

8 ' TB B All X2025 A SENT I ;r I'. l SA T ft CAY, OCIOREH ii MEDICA MKMCAI MISCELLANEOUS. Vinejrar liitiorc arc not a vile Fnncv Drink, made of Poor Uu:n, Whisky, prod Spirits :iHd Refuse Liquors, tloctored, f-plced, p.urt sweetened lo please tnu taste, called "Touica," "Appetiacrf," ''Restorers," ic, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and tuin, but arc a'truc Medicine, r-ntle fioia the native roots and herbs or California, free irom all Aicoholta Stlmulantn. They arc jlic Great Wood Purifier and a Lifc-irivir Principle, a Perfect Renovator ml luviijor jUor ol the System, caroinsroir all poisonous taatter, an-A restoring the Wood to a healthy condition, enriching it. refreshing in.-:l in vigoratlnx botli mind and body. T. cy arc casv of administration, prompt in their ac tion, certain in their results, cafe am! reli able in all forms of disease. Ko i'erson csiii talio tlicso Hit ters according lo directions, and remain ions umveU, provMctf their bonea are- not destroyed by mine...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 October 1873

, Ike Attziinu mlfi I; lNDEPKNDSNT tN -AU, THtNHS ., , -,je. . . NitflUUL IN K)--h1N(?! ""7 YUMA, A-. t, SATURDAY, OCTOBER IfS. 1873. . ,"N0. 31. 35hc f&rfeaim rntincl Published every Saturday, by WM.. J. JiLRRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Tnvariablr in Advance- suBstiiiiP'rit)N": One Y.-r : $.") 00 Six Mo- tint ::: ;. H 0(L ADVKRTIINO: D'ipiKrti npnciMir If'. 1t insertinn $2 .To. E Silh.-(jh.-h'r insertion 1 2" Contract by the year of tjuarter at re-tSUct-d fatcS. .TOR PKIN'riN'd: -Leffil Rl-.nkV. Bri.-r. Ritl-HnaVaVtier- Itle.nln. Cin-ii'-ir-. L ih'-N; Cards. rVngraiii mc, etc . printed in .-vert style, with neat- j ami itccntch 5r"'urreMrvr.-ik.eii ATI it when pv- M nt an' imde in advance. A Plea fcr Printcs. A writer in Our Monthly has evidently been inside a composing room. It he has not "dug- a living: out of a ease." ' He thin ums Up' the result of his experience: Working: for fort. editors nnrf jis-ore df !iu'bor--, every one f whom vi as sensitive a.s a sdr Jthunib, a...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 October 1873

4 ?Tt &,,.-i;rrtT fear: -Si? Monshs. S3. .W&T. J. YlfMA, A. ... .Editor. SATn&IMV, OCT JL8, VALEDICTORY. V My connection with the Am: zona Sentinel ceases with this number. Judge William" J. Berry, for merly ofiprescott- and latterly of Cerbat, Arizona, .io whom I have gold- it, iff an old and well known resident of -this Torritory, and I trust hiy friends triUy continue to extend therf favors to the Sentjei in its en-; iarged and improved .form and under its new management. Columns might be written in reviewal of my; editorial career of the past nineteen months in Yuma, but I deem it unneces- SKrv. and simnlv wish mv friondfl akiadadjVn. ' : ' ' arfe aad etnek-nt manner in j icfj tat it was or is, necessary, to conjeiiiale them. C. U iixoit. ' SAIUTATOEY.- i In assuming the editorial chair, we are free to say that we have W doubts and misgivings. jPiiBt, our well known modesty is Jeoirie what, .shocked at our own le ' merity, in this rushing into the editorial arena? in...

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. — 18 October 1873

'he nmm jnfincL $5 par Year : Six Months. $3j YUMA. A. T. 8ATtTRDAVt OCT. 18, l13. TBREITOTIAL NEWS. ; I'roui the Minor. Indian and Military Affairs. The aspect of Indian affairs is gloomy for the white.1. Recent, comers from the Verde re.WvH4 tion iy that over 1,001 Indians kave left there, and are now prowling through the mountains.' A .great many .of them are around the ranches on the Lower Agua Pria, and some of them have been seen, or rather their tires in tne; vicinity of Granite Mountain., Citizens are alarmed, and well they m;iy be, believing1 as they do, that the deserters from the reservation are pretty well sup plied with new government cutis: and ammunition, procured we i scarcely know how, but it is j charged, from illicit traders, among whom are numbered many of the lute Indian .soldier I allies of Gen. Crook'. t roups. We ore not so much alarmed us many of our readers, but must confess that tlK-re is cause for fear. The Indians who killed 'fownsend have not, to our kn...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 October 1873

I ftl'. IE F-sti are.fcle ii ty and good. .Ti.i -ITS A I;cp: now, id ;a faK tender and e,- talent,. . a t,mxrs Mr. John Palmer i building -a Jhe-.Wi.vX'?fih-i .a -hj i,..- . ) rTlromasiiHujrlwtsj is: mim Tiie .weather, is'tjiryramf fhn dav time, but the merhls in ay are very pfefea : JuSt!t l?eJ.tfrEfer Jbr ' h, n i.T fti ! mhnnl i E-h'l ' val kS With .your- arnij;, fPHrtic,ularjL(n. Elfe dark pi -tlijejaooni " " ir s ; , ;.a ' Mr. David Neahr- is building, and has nearly compietea.laf ge house in the Tear of hisslOre'-on is v.itjtne. rof.our enterm'lsmgTiTbf !- intwfeafulV Merchants cr&l and a.r.(l we argad tp..imles hi nros- Ienry. Melons' are plenty and good,' arid very c'hea?. We and oitr ty po? iistcnd toiiuproye the" 'melon sftison , uutd 'ft Hi j, ; A. yffftWV.rvilI sjil! litiiJfbJii'J ; st nr. bit ;4iee-for-big-ones. - 'hprfiihinalvu.sps are here; bycul'oned iifit to appropriate -G'u po toy,, without givng u$ 3u,;J j j j. lj 0 ) W.. cl!, attention to the. notice of Tro m...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 October 1873

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING! ttJMA, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1873. NO; 32; he gtzorra jfenfittl Publi&ed 6 very Saturday, by J. BERRY, Editor-and Proprietor. . TEEMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: . Ycnr Six Mo:; the B'Pg'o Cupies ...$5 00 ... 3 00 ... 25 ADVERTISING: Or.aincb space. or less, 1st ihertinn.!?2 5o Evb subequont insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at ro dnat'tl rates.- JOB PRINTING: Lf gal Blanks, BriofsBill-Hendg. Letter Heaiis, Circulars, Libels, Card. Program mes, etc., pVitttd in every style, with neat ress and titspatnh. 5fCn.rre:icy taker, at par wnen pay ments aro made in advance. Thsy have a high old "Poick'l out at El Paso, as will be seen by the following which we copy from the El Paso (Tex.) Sentinel i If there existed any lingering. Mourt to our having a live poet m nur midst, it must, ha forover dis sipated on persuing the following. I.'K)K out lor your laurels. Joaquin Miller ! The Sew Apaohs Chief, "Esqueletd Sa...

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. — 25 October 1873

v. ft par Year; Sjjc Stohs $3. WH. J. 3EERY. .Editor. YUMA, A. SATUJRflAV, OCT. 35, 1S73. "flENSBAL CSOKOE CE002. The career of this great warrior nod renowned Indian fighter, since bio advent in Arizona, has hardly a parallel in history. For more than two hundred yearathe treacherous and bloodthirsty Apa ches had been unrestrained in their diabolical work of murder and robbery. Even after i he pur chase of the Territory by the United States, from Mexico, the bloody work slill went on. The traveler, the prospector, the farmerralike fell victims to the relentlpss savage, 'until every rond, trail, and mountain pass, ran rod with the blood of inno cent people. ir..,,,.., u., , Helpless children were rath - lossly rrurdered, and the mothers reserved for a fate worse than deiith. Men taken alivo were subjected to unspeakable torture, strapped naked and impaled upon the thorny cactus and burned by a sdow Die", while the savage fiends danced around in glee, shooting arrows into their writh...

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 October 1873

iCAL MATTERS. VAX DAKISM. "We are informed, by Doe tor G. 8. Bose, of Fort Yumaj that some person or persons have been guilty of shooting cattle, on the California side of the river.1 A valuable cow, belonging to Dr. Rose, and another belonging to Mr. Ieagar, were shot and killed. Persons indulging in such repre hensible business should reflect that they aie not only guilty of a very mean act, but if detected, are liable to severe punishment. STI2.I. I3SPBOVING. Persona who like to see a nice floor, can be gratified by calling at the saloon ofT. Hughes, corner of Main and Front streets. e has just had laid the best and neatest floor that we have" ever seen in Arizona, and as good a wooden floor as can be made anyv?hre. If you ik Tom why he lays down so good, and costly a floor 'on top of a really good one aii eady down "We replies, "What i the use of having money, unless you use it in improvement?" JNow, that ib the true spirit of progress, and an example worthy of emulation. inrrjE...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 October 1873

Wiss If net Otherwise. George Pranei Train is in V.M ropo. We never 4 h ouyh t Europe would come to any goorti A fellow named Tease Vaited on a crinoline named Cross. He teased her until she ceased being Cross. Jl female -writer on male fash ions says : "A gentleman's dress is very incomplete without trow seri." Theatrical amateurs will be plenty in Washiugion the coming winter. State sociables vrili also be numerous. Republics are Ungrateful. 3aeh nry Taylor's grave has up monu ment, and tall wood have, grown around the hallowed spot. An Iowa man has been cured of sun-stroke by an attack of tever and ague. He now hopes to be st mck by lightning as a remedy for the ague. A boy in Town, near the Aiis- fir.un iine. uuiiieu 11 zuuiu s iiau: lc- - with a Htraw. . rln parent .ave maae a ruisiljoa on iho ussoun Governor tcr tho pieces. lwv ft An editor says the oniy reason ho knows that his iiouse "va? not Mown' away the other day, during a recent gale, was because there was a heavy mortg...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 November 1873

I - . NEUTRAL IN NP'IHING. NDEPKNDE TT JN ATLjt THIN G S YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1873. NO. 33; VOL. II. -Published efary Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS--Invariablv in Advance SUBSC R.T-PTTON : One Yen?..; 5s 00 Six Mo-Hbs.. s 0(J Single CopieB 2i AlJVEkTrsiNG: Onpinchppnco.or IrSs. 1st insertion Ho Eeh suWq'uenT insertion . .f ,1 2" Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. JOB PR! NTTNCt : Legal Blanks. Brief, Bill-Hvi.ls L'i't'pr Hcads. Circular. LuVN, Cards. Program me. e'c . printed In .-very style, with tu-nt-ni'p ami dispatch., JTurri'nntnku at p.tt when p.iy mont "re nrde in advance. J. P. TTARGRAVE, ATT T?NTii Y AT T.AV. rut so itt - n n a w. a r6well ATTORNEV AT LAW, vi'.ma ,u'ciy,i.A Will attend to l.g.tl business in .til the C"iir!R of the, Terrin.iy, and Supreme Cum t f the United Stales. E. McCAFFRY, - -ATTORN RY AT LAW. TUCMiN A" t."ir a Will practice in all the. Courts n( tie Territory. ' II. iV. ALEXANDER, Commtsriioner f...

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. — 1 November 1873

nmm Sentinel $5 per Year; Sis Months $3. WI. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1873. GitfESAL JAIL DELIVERY. IiSCArJE OP SIX PRISONERS FROM THE YUMA JALL. On the night of Sunday the -Sth ultimo, six prisoners con fined in the Jail at this place, made their escape. Their names, and the crimes for which they were convicted, are as follows : "Win. Gertriide,assault with dead ly weapon. This is the man who murdered the woman in Prescott several years ago. Patrick Lany, convicted ot mur der at Cerbat, Mohave co. Canuto Soto, murder in second degree. Que-cha-qua, murder in second degree. Jas. McGuire, misdemeanor. -John Miry nard, " These men are now at. large, though Sheriff Goodwin and his officers are making every effort to catch tli em. The escape of these convicts causes a very painful feeling in this community, and will thro' nit the Territory and the border ing State of California, as the facts become known. The efforts of the good people of this Territory to apprehend...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 November 1873

Site -gn-isonti (iitl LOCAL MATTERS. BURGLARY. About half-past 9 o'clock last Sunday night, some scoundrels forced open the front door of the store of B. Valenzuela on Gila street. Mr. Valenzuela had re tired, and hearing the noise arose, and stood pistol in hand, and when the fastenings of the lock gave way and the door flew open, he fired, but unfortunately did not hit anyone, and the vil lains fled. Mr. Valenzuela in formed us that the burglars were Mexicans, and that he knew one of them, and would give informa tion the next day, but we have not heard of his doing so. PROBATE COURT. Oct. 8th Estate of M. McCartney, dec'd Third term report of John S. Carr, administrator, approved.. Estate of E. McCormick. dec'd Third term report of John S. Carr, administrator; approved. Estate of Bobert Collier, dec'd Will proved and probated, and Hall-Hanlon appointed Execu tor. Estate of J. W. Jones,.. dec d Tontinue.d. Estate of Wm. B. Boods, dec'd Continued. Oct. 9th Estate of Peter McDevitt, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 November 1873

The Seven Devils Nowhere. D. C. Christian, of this city, tells the following anecdote of the old Kentucky home : Old Pasior Ham, of Lexington, was a colored pulpit orator of great vieor and orieinalitVt He had a weakness for a dram, and if the boys wanted to hear a partic ularly stirring sermon,they never forgot to furnish the bid darkey with a bottle of Kentucky dew, previous to sermon time. On one occasion, while holding forth with stentorian voice and vigorous gesture, to a large au dience of attentive listeners, a gi gantic colored female, bedizened with an immense amount of cast off finery and faded silk, strayed in and rustled up the aisle, the observed of all observers, com pletely distracting attention from the sermon. Brother Ham ceased speaking, shut one eye on the of fending damsel and said : "Bredren and sisters, you see dat. hiV sister dar. Now if dat poor little white gal, Mary Mag-. out of her, how many debbles y du spose de Lor' can git off dat ar wench? Hum!" She fa...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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