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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 November 1873

r "T IN ALL THINGS " NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ' YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1873. NO. 34. yol. n. ihc mm Sentinel. Publi&ea every Saturday, by WM. J. BEBBY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year '. -SJ 00 Six Months 3 J2 Single Copies ADVERTISING: O n e inch space, or less, 1 st insertion -$2 5g Each subsequent insertion 125 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates . JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads; Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. ESPCurrency taken at tar when pay ments are made in advance. J. P. HA 11 GK AVE, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA C. W. C. ROWELIf, YJDMA ARIZONA . "Will attend to legal '"i'usin ess in all the Courts of the Territory,' and Supreme Court of the United States.- TUCSON - ARIWSA, Wi'I practice 5n bH the Courts Litue Territory. fi. IT. ALEXANDER, - Cnmnrorarfor (Mifarnia, Notary Public and Auctioneer, -UMA - ARIZONA GEORGE MARTIN...

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 November 1873

per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BEEEt..::.......r....Editor. SATURDAY, SSOV. S, 1873. ENERGY. WmVff Arizona needs now is nergy. Not merely in one direc tion nor in two, but in evry di rection that will tend to develope her Resources. Whether it be in mining, mechanical, agricultural, grazing, Gt mercantile pursuits, still the- great want is energy. The Indian war, that great in cumbus that hung like a pall for as many years, over the Territory has, thank God, ceased. For many years men were excusable for an apparent lost of energy, for failing to enter heartily into the various avocations that tend to make a new and wild country, . habitable, and fit to be a home for civilized man. A home where might be nurtured, cultivated, and enjoyed, those hollowed as sociations that cluster around the domestic hearth. Because Arizona was a land of blood, and every road and moun tain pass was besieged by the savage and blood thirsty foe. Hundreds of brave and resolute men who were not to be turn...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 November 1873

BY TELEGRAPH. From the San Diego Daily Union. THE VERY LATEST. NEW YOKE. -cinnncini fTnirK market Strin gent and Trade Dull Activity in Exports The Causes of tlie Pres. ent Financial Paralysis Alleged tn hp. iwostlv Vislojiarr "Wool Market Dead, . New Yoek, Nov. 1 There is & less confidence expressed than than in the. -early part of the week; hut theie is bo appearance o panic. The community is sim- tflnrnries m tne jiiasieru uuu Middle States, and the prospec- X? 1 I - C .it, .. nhlir.na r. live ClUSlJJg UJ. uwitua a, general melancholy impression. The market continues stringent trade is extremely dull, and the circulation of currency slow. Debts are difficult of collection; and shrinkage in values continues. The export trade continues smooth, and is the only depart ment displaying in activity. The wool market is dead, there being no demand. The sellers, however, are firm. Loss of tlie Pacific Mall Company's Steamer iS Ariel." A cablegram informs the Pacific Mail Steamship Comp...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 November 1873

Hark Twain's Tribute to Woman. I . At an annual banquet of the Washington Correspondent's Club the following toast was read : "Woman : . The pride of the professions and the jewel of ours." To which Mark Twain respon ded as follows : "Human intelligence cannot estimate what we owe to woman, sir. She sews on buttons, she ropes us in at the Church fairs, she confides in us tells whatever ghe can find out about the little private affairs of her .neighbors, she gives us a piece of her mind and sometimes all of it. In all re lations of life. sir. it is a iust and erateful tribute, to say of her she is a 'brick.' "Where you place woman, sir, in whatever position or estate, she is an ornament to the place she occupies, and a treasure to the world. Look at the woman of history ! Look at Desdemona! Look at Lucretia Borgia! Look at mother Eve! I repeat, sir, look ill; LX1U iliuauiuuu ---,7 . Look at Elizabeth Cady Stanton ! Look at George Francis Train ! And, sir, I say with bowed head and de...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1873

INDEPENDENT IN ALT, THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1873. NO. 35. vol. n. f Published every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMSInvariably in Advance SUSS0ai3EP5PIN: One Year - - $5 00 Six Months 3 00 Single Copies ADVERTISING-:. . Oneineli space, or lcss.ist insertion $2 5o Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by ttio year or quarter m re duced rates. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Lette'r- Heads, Circulars, labels, unras. xcrogram- mes, etc., printed in every sjylo, witn neat npBR and dispatch. Currency taken attar when pay ments are made in advance. J. P. HARGRAVE, rilESCOTT,. ARIZONA C. W. G. ROWELL, TUMA ARIZONA , Will attend to legal business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court of the United States. T. E. McCAPFEY;i;'- r.ARlftOXA, TUCSON VTW praotie in adl tbloMrte,o ido Territory. H.'N. ALEXANDER, Cumtnissftiiiff M Cnlifaraln; Notary Public and Auctioneer, . ARIZONA GEORGE MARTIU, Main St...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1873

tc Arizona jrotind. per Year; Six Months WI. J. BEEEY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, HOY. 15, 1873. COMPLETION" OF THE TELE GRAPH TO PRESCOTT. GRAND CONSUMIEATION. "Glory to God in the highest! Peace on earth, and Good Will toward men?' Thus the Angels sang when this fair world first rounded into view ! And thus every th ing that is good, and pure, and true, throbs with unspeakable joy and exul tation at any new and grand achievement in the course of in finite progression. Yes, "Letevory element rejoice I Ye Thunders, burst with awful voice, To Ilim who bids you roll ! His praise in Epfter notes declare, Each whispering breeze of yielding air, And breathe it to the soul." Let everything that lives and breathes burst forth in songs of joy ana giaaness Let even inanimate nature join in the loud acclaim : Come down, ye everlasting mountains! and shake hands with the little hills, and letHhe sounding sea roar its satisfaction! For another link in the great chain of civilization has been ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1873

I i By the Governor To the People of Arizona Territory, greeting ;l I, A. P.. K.. SAFFORD, Gover nor of the Territory fc?f Arizona, hereby designate Thursday, Nov. 27, 7873, AS A DAY OF THANKSGIVING AND PRAI&E. The past -year -has lieen marked with unusual peaceJ within our borders. , . 'i Our harvest has ben abundant. Our flocks and herds have flargely increased. 1 Harmony has prevailed. The education of aur children has advanced, and the pesti lence that has scfourged our countrymen in manjf other local ities, has not alilicteu us J therefore earn !JStlv recom- mend the suspensioi of all labor l day, and and business oji tlim hope that the hearts will he gratefully tu HIM- who rules ove rned towards : all Nations, ss whereof i 1 In vitni have set itjv hand and caused tlhe' great seal tof thi Territory of Arizona Ro he affixed n,. this 4th at Tut'st' day f N ovember, A. D. 1SV3. By the (Jovt-rnor : A. V. K. tSAJ?i'Ul-tl. COL.ES HAKHFmtD, Sec'y Arizona Ter. B) J'io. L. Harris, A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1873

1 111 ii ii ii i m nca The Danbury News Man as a Boy. Although it may have a de pressing influence upon the corn-in"- generation, thetrurti must be told, that when young he was rather wild, and could always be found with "them- nasty boys." At an early age he essayed ped dling apples, but not getting rich, he, at his mother's urging, went to school. Wheiv about fifteen years of age James attempted the law, but a linen coat thwarted his purpose, and prevented his shin ing at the bar. It seems th,e other office boy was much smarter at throwing mir, and more dexter ous in avoiding it. The damaged condition in which James brot that coat home one night to his sorrowing mother so depressed her that she withdrew him Jfrom the bar. t. , He next turned his attention to the grocery business, bat a sweet tooth rivaling his assiduity, he clerked "at it" only long enough to tell the lump-sugar barrel in the dark. The grocer at parting kindly gave his estimate of James' true value to him, but tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1873

i, rr -.-ii-ii ii iii .... . --.- -i. jCTmEareMaaimrgu-jmr .. ajriKmcammiiBniwriMMa . . - mi W . INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. gij'iju..iaj-i-livlJ.lVu.iiaM--"J 1VWJB1MMigw-fcJ--i4...igMuiiij.ujaij.i i- NETJTftAZ, IN .. NOTHING . YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, ROY EMBE& 32, 1873, VOL. II. NO. 36 Published every Saturday, by. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERS--Iiivariably in Advance-j SUBSCRIPTION 1 i j;ir. --. ..... Mouths.- -, - .: Copies &T 00 3 00 2s ' A D VP: RT : r : NG : .neb fp?-.. e.or lesf-isc inset lion $2 5q .-u- aiibsejm ..!, ifitoilionv i Contracts, by the yec'r ,dr quarter at're- uutcu mica,. JOB PRINTING-: Li-cnl IJIanhs. Briefs, Bill-Reads. Letteri Heads, Circuhirs, Label?, Cards. Program inps, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch CCurrencj' taken AT PAR when par ents are .made in advance. . men X .P. EAR GRAVE, , PUK5COTT, AUIZDXA , G. W. G, :KW:ELL;:: YUMA 1 ARIZONA . Will attend to legal business in all 'the Courts of the. Territory, and Supr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1873

$5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. 1TURDAT, NOV. 22, 1873. ?ATROUTZE HOME INDUSTRY. This is a matter that every man should lay to heart who desires .the well being .and future pros jjsPrity of Arizona, r In the early settlement of this Territory, like the first settle ment in any new country, there was no home industry to patron ize. For many years nearly every thing used for the sustenance of the people had to be imported. With the exception of a few ve getable products, everything had to be purchased of citizens in other States. The necessaries of JJiadJoJimiiSifiitted several Jiundred miles at great expense, and in many cases the cost of freight was many times more than the original cost of the arti cle. And all this had to be paid for by the consumer, who was producing nothing in return, and all the money thus paid, went out of the Territory never to re turn. It must be apparent to any in telligent person that this course, persisted in for any length of...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1873

By the Governor : (A 3OcCcuiLCLtwnv. To. the People of Arizona Territory, greeting : I, A. P. K. S AFFORD, Gover nor of the Territory of Arizona, hereby designate Thursday, JVov. 27, f73, AS A BAY OF THANKSGIVING AND PRAISE. The past year has been marked with unusual peace within our borders. Our harvest has been abundant. Our flocks and herds have largely increased. Harmony has prevailed. The education of our children has advanced, and the pesti lence that has scourged our countrymen in many other local ities, has not afflicted us. j I therefore earnest!y recom rcend the suspension jf all labor and business on thai day, and hone that the hearts of the people v,:il be gratefully turned towards FIM wli' rulos ovor till Natious. In witness whereof, I r- x have set my hand and c:usi tl the great seal ui the Territory of Arizona to be affixed at Tucson, this 4th clay of November, A. l. 187a. By the Governor: A. P. K. S AFFORD. Coles Bashfobd, Sec'y Arizona Ter. By Jno. L. Hani's, Ass't ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1873

rr i ii i ii i i 1 1 ii i in ii hi i i in i n Mtl?ifc and Humor.. ' Ohina has abolished the kow tow. We don't know what it is, but we are glad it is abolished, for we never liked it. The creditors of an absconding banker found, on opening his safe, thai the only thing he had laid up for a rainy day was an um brella. An orphan, under age, married his female guardian in Illinois the other day, and was compelled, to get.her written consent before the wedding could take place. "What shoulder fijlk about this evening?" asked a prosy speaker to one of his expectant auditors. "About a quarter of an hour would.be just the thing," was the reply. A man having a bill against a distant merchant, sent a letter of inquiry to a banker of. that locality.- The reply was, "He" is dead ; but he pays-now just as well as he ever did." Truth being founded on a rock, you must boldly' dig to see its foundations witbout fear of des troying the edifice; but falsehood being laid on the sand, if you ex-j amine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1873

a he Jtanw cnlim l. 1 . ! - Z '. ' " ) ' ' n - r NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1873. NO. 37. vol. n. Ufa mm J&entmeL Published every Saturday, by WM. J.' BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION! : G"3 i'enr..--. ix Months-. -Sliwlo Copies. ..$5 00 3 00 95 J A DVERTISIN : OntcT. . -aco,or less. lt -r bortion 5J 5,i Eseh e'ibstJuent inserts. . .. - I ir Cod tracts by the year or quarter ac re duced rates. JOB PRINTING:' Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. igCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. J. P. HARGRAVE, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA C. W. C ROWELL, ' YUMA ... .I.ARIZONA Will attend to Ipgal business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court of the United States. YUMA EXCHANGE. Redondo and Froank, Take pleasure in announcing to their friends and the public generall...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1873

$5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY... .Editor. YUMA. A- T. SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 1878, . DESERTS ARTESIAN WELLS. " Much has-been written: and said about the Deserts of Arizona, and taking the5 'term in its popu lar and general acceptation, . doubtless inahy persons at a dis- ' tance have been led to believe .that a large proportion of the lands of Arizona are Worthless for agricultural purposes. This is L-a great mistake, as we- aire pre pared to show, "which the same , we wjll rise to explain." ( i Webster deflnesa desert to be "an uninhabited tract of land ; a region in its natural state; a wihierness; a solitude; particular ly a vast sandy plain, as the des erts of Arabia and Africa." Ac cording to this definition, a desert is not always necessarily, a barren waste.' Bnt people, generally, when they Hear of a desert, think of a sterile, uninviting, uninhabitable-region, where no vege tation will grow to sustain life, and where desolation reigns su preme. -Now, it is well known...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1873

NEW TO-DAY. HENRY 3ST. ALEXANDER, ftamj at m, ' YUWA,. .ARIZONA ffiTSPECIAL Attention given C Probate Business and tbe Collection of Claims Commissioner for California, Wo tar Public and. Auctioneer. RATES OF POSTAGE. DOMESTIC. Letten, to nil parts of the United States, 3 cents each half ounce or fraction. Letters, drop or local, 1 cent each half on nee or fraction. . ; MiicellaneouB'm&il matter (limited" to 4 Ibt:) 2 centr each 2 ounces nffraction . Books (limited t 4 Ibr.) 2 cents eah 2 ounces or fraction. Newspaper, seeds, etc, (see list in Post Office) limited to 4" Ijr, 1 cent each 2 oudooe or fraction. - REIGN. . Australia peroacC naif oz, 2" U keepers pr each 4 oz, ti cts p.. . ? Letters pr each half oz. 10 cts Belgium I betters Pr na"' ounce, 8 cents 5 Newspapers, per each, 4 oz, 4c. nni Newspapers, pr eaeh, 2 cents; iiermuaa fetters, per half ounce, 10 cts. Brazil I Letters, per half ounce, 15 cents. 5 Newspaper, per each, 2c. Central America I Newspapers, 2 oz, 2d J Le...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1873

v A LEGISLATOR gets a moist re ception. The Sacramento Union tells the 'following: An estimable lady who presides over a household in this city has living with her a sister and a brother the latter, 'Billy," being one of those good- matured fun-loving fellows, al ways, up to mischief, and yet the pet of the family. A few days ago Billy, not having much to .do, remained at home the greater portion of the forenoon Satur day -and while the ladies were hastening through their house hold duties, which required a lit tle more attention than usual,ow ing to its being the close of the. week, he amused himself by bothering them in various ways, the most annoying of which was going out quietly and ringing the door-bell, thus frightening them into the belief that a visitor had called and caught them in toilet scarcely presentable. Twice did they thus answer the bell, only to find that Billy was at his tricks. After the second time they "went for him" so savagely that he promised to "clear out,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1873

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1873. NO. 38. n. in'depkndent in alt, things. Published-every Saturday, by wm. J. bekry, Editor H-id Proprietor. rEriiIS invariably id Advauos SUBSCRIPTION: One V-ar - ' 00 Six M.vits....i '3 00 Single Copies. -"1 -- - . "25 ADVERTIPTNG: Onoinr-V spav.vr les. 1st insertion 2 fn E-tfi (!iil)-,qn"nr insertion 1 25 Cnfrnits by the year or quarter at re duced rates.. ,OP,"PRTNTTNG: HmiIp, Cinulnrs. Label's, Cards. Program- j mep, eto . printed in tswry style, with neal- wfi a til riisjiitch pCurrency taken AT vwx. when pay ments ate made in advance J. P II A ('GRAVE, 11 jcmu jj. at gja'iv. PtSrSCOTT. ARIZONA 0. W. C. KOWELL, Vf.MA ARIZONA Will attend to leg.il business in nil the Courts fit" fjie Territory, and Supreme Court ufjUinled hUttrts. , - .1. K. IkVAFF. A i I or ? :i t 5 a 1 , Al'UZOKA. ,! practice in s .-rraory. --7- 1 tl, P.,fc: iif ttw- t r ' GEORGE MARTIN, ftjlolf;ilrtail Brnggint Jaiit Street. Yuma,. A. T. Z"-' Phvsifi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1873

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM; J. BERRY. Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 6, A GROWL P0H THE NORTH. In the Arizona Miner of jtfov. 22nd, we find a long letter from that constitutional growler and antiquated specimen of disap pointed political ambition, Wm. II. Hardy. The letter is charac teristic of its author. A pecu liar concatenation of unpropitious circumstances have prevented this gentleman from being ap preciated by the people, as a statesman "of large parts' and deep penetration," and he has been obliged to "waste his sweet ness on the desert air." We are sorry for this. It is sometimes the fate of genius, and may be attributed to. the proverbial in gratitude of republics. He seems of late, to have im bibed a great feeling of hostility toward our able and excellent Delegate in Congress, Hon. It. (J. McCormick, and says many gross and unseemly things about that gentleman, and many things which we are satisfied of our own knowledge are not true ISTow, we are not the partisan...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1873

4 NEW TO-DAY." f W. B. HELLTNGS. J EDWARD E. SELLINGS, (C. H. VAIL. SALT RIVER FLOURING MILL'. ARIZONA. Ours.Mill no7v being i?i full operation, we a7'epre pa7'ed to FURNISH THE MARKET with a quality of Flbu? which 7Pe . .GuaranteeFar, Superior t .... iUFACTURED Iff THS TERRITORY. AND . FUL LY EQUAL to the very best imported ft om California We will keep constantly on ?ta?id at the Mill, a?id at our seyeral jig eng cies, THREE QUALITIES 25, 50 (fc 100 lb sacks: GRAHAM. FDUK, ' SEMIT1LL,, 0BACKED WHEAT & BRAN ci liberal dscouni iriil be ?nade on reff lar rales to merchants a?i olhd?'s pur chasi7ig. large ruanlities. AGENTS: T -w ( Yuma Vm. B. Hooper a (V d ' Ehrenberg. QidPonrornell '.Jrescott Moore & Crf"-.Maiicop. Wells E. N. Fish & Co Tcwjn W.B. HELLING &Co i; " East Phenix, Arigr,- Patronize Home Productions 50,000 lbs. Fresh Crround EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, Just received at the 'AGENCY of the Saltftiver Flouring Mills, Made from Selected Wheat raised jirHaalt Riv or. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1873

Beware of Coloring your lair.. An amusingr inctdent occurred lately on a Mississippi steamer, according to sv narmtive in the New uleans Picayune. Just be low Vieksbuvg a family got on boaid, on their way to Texas. During the afternoon, the "pater f imilias" concluded he would eng joy the luxury of a good bhaye, shampooing, etc., and for this purpose applied to the tonsonnl artist of the steamer. The luxury was speedily supplied him; and at his request, hair, eyebrows, and whiskers were changed from a fiery red to a raven biackne. by the use of the artiat's- dye. The traveler was hugely pleased at the idfa of surpi i-siug hi- wife, at the transformation, and hur ried to demand the price. Im agine his indignation when he was called upon to Jbrfeit $10 ! lie swore he would never pay ir, ai.d hurried to his stateroom to l.uckle on his defensive armor. Jaithe was met at the door by his spouse, ou. raged by the intru sion of a S'r;n;4er, as she sup plied, and admittance refused He called...

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