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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1873

' ' " " ! 1 ' INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, vol. n. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. 'WP 1873. NO. 3TS- Mt Arizona j&nfind. Published every Saturday,; by WM. J. BERRY, ,. Editor and. Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance One Year 5 0 8's Months 3 00 Single Copiee 25 ADVERTISING: 'oeinch pce, or U-s. 1st insertion $2 50 ri 8uborqpnt insertion. 1 25 Hinirastrby its TT cr quarter at re duced ratejs. JOB PRINTING: Tal Blankg. Brief, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes', etc., printed in every style, with neat- DeBa and dispatch. "Currency taken at par when pay tnents are made in advance. J. P. HARGRAVE, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA ; ;QpW. c. rowell, "gm at Saw TCMA ...... ...... ARIZONA Will attend to legal business in all the Courts of" the" Territory, and Supreme Court of the United States. . -v J.. E. iacGAPFK TUCSOIt. ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. GEORGE MiRTDTi Main Street .....Yuma, A. T. EPPbyBiciann' 'presc...

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. — 13 December 1873

$5 par Tear; Sis Months $3. W2L J. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, 3EC. 13, 1873. EDUCATION. Last week we visited the, pub lic school, in charge of G- W. Nash esq., and found everything in excellent order. The achool room itself is far better than we expected to see in these ends of the earth, being large and well lighted and venti lated. The girls and boys in attend ance seemed happy, healthy and contented, and an air of neatness and cleanliness pervaded the room.. Mr. Nash rules by kindness, and it is easy to see that he has the respect and confidence of his pupils. There was an entire ab sence of that crouching, painful fear, so often exhibited when a stranger enters a school-room. The scholars looked up to their teacner with that expression of respect and trust that a child looks up to a kind and indulgent parent. The exercises that we witnessed were very creditable, to teacher and pupils, and it was surprising to see the proficiency attained, especially in reading, in so sh...

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. — 13 December 1873

"Mountain of Gold" in San Bernardino. '. The San Bernardino Guardian of Saturday last says : ' 'Intelli gence of a wonderful dissovery m jtioicomo v aney was received in town on Tuesday night to the enecc mac a leage naa been dis covered of an immense size, and the quartz thick with gold After specimens nad been shown around, it created the wildest ex citement, causing a number of parties to fit out and start for the mines. When the discovery was announced in camp at Holcomb, the . news spread like wildfire, and the excitement became so great that not even the hired hands could be controlled, but all started to the ledge with, tape lines to measure off their claims. The discovery was made by Char ley Carter, on the 21st of Novem ber. From the amount of gold found in the valley, and the gold bearing specimens all through it, it has always been believed that a ihaui!'. ih ledge . si ;..t fiomt-v. hre in theadiu.1 tta-.mn- taiHs. For years diligent search ha-5 been made for it, but wit...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 December 1873

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Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1873

T r 1 'Cpi ,:-v INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. 0 YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1873. vol. n. NO. 38. Mama Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : ypr..;1 i-S5 oo Six Months 3 09 Single Copies. - 25 ADVERTISING : On e inch nnaco, or les. 1st insertion $2 f.fl Eab subsequr t inswtion . 1 ifi Contracts by the'yaT or quarter at re duced rates. JOB PRINTING: Leirftl Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc, printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. tgrCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made m advance. J. P. HARGRAVE, .TOE5COTT, ARIZONA -erW. C. HOWELL, TUMA ARIZONA Will attend to legal business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court of the United States. J. E. MeCAFF&Y, TUCSON. j- " ARIZONA , Will practice Territory. in ell the Courts of the HENRY IT. ALEXANDER, Sltfonmj nt mn, YUMA, --- . ...... ARIZONA lTSPECIAL Atten...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1873

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BEB&Y ....Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 20, 1873. HAED TIMES. This subject may not at first sight appear a very attentive one for a leading article; neverthless it is suggestive, and full of im port, and may serve as a text for a few remarks. Just now, from every direction", borne upon the breeze or flashed along the wires, comes the disheartening cry, "hard times." It comes from the i .banker, who in his grasp for more ,&wealth, has overreached himself, and falls --frith those who had con- flded in him, in one general ruin. 143 It&pmes from the .merchant, who inconsequence of the great con vulsions in the money market is unabferto make his accustomed . sales, and collect bills due him , from, those whom he has accom modated; It comes from the far "rmer, who cannot realize an adej quate price for his hard-earned production's. It comes from the mechanic, -who cannot find em ployment, or sale for the produc tions of his skill. But wo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1873

'''.'! Eeported for the Sentinel. Department op Abizona, CJdmmanded. by Brigadier and " " Bvt Maj. Gen. Crook. Surgeon D. L. Magruder, U. 8., A., arrived at Prescott Decem . 'tier 2nd and assumed the duties of Medical Director of the De partment the following day. - Major J. H. Nelson, Paymaster, Mr. Nelson and Lieut. O. L. Wie 1ing, 23d Infantry, arrived here from Tucson December 3rd. Copies of orders issued during the week enclosed. W. . Prescott, A. T., Dec 5th, 1873. Department op Arizona, Brigadier General George Crook, Commanding. Headquarters, Prescott Dec. 2. .2. Leave of absence for thirty (30) days, witi pi -n.'vn to ap ply to the i-sistam Aujutanf! General Military Division of the Pacific loran extersion ol sixty (60 days,- and to the Adjutant wnenuui i.e a. u.y ior i ther estension f jnrWimomh-, ! is granted to Captain i n V. Fuiey, Assistant Quartert-r, U. S. Army, advantage to be taken of this leave upon the com- . pletion of the quartermaster storehouses now being ere...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 December 1873

Wise If not Otherwise. A French wi'iter has described a young lady a creature that ceases to kiss gentlemen at twelve and begins again at twenty. Michigan moonlight is danger ous, we should judge, from the statement that "two men were robbed in Manchester, Mich., by moonlight." In a letter to a friend, a young iaay of Illinois states that she is not engaged, but she sees a cloud above the horizon about as large as a man's nana. The Lawrence, Kansas Tribune, edited by an ex-Boston clergy- Man, calls a brother of the Leav enworth Times, a hoary-headed old hook-nosed devil. Western "Wnnlpn nrA orrnmhlfne' terribly because the managers of agricultural lairs aon't givo at least a year's notice when they offer prizes for the finest babies. Miss C said a gentleman, one evening, "why are ladies so fond of officers?" "How stupid!" replied Miss C : "is it not: na tural and proper that a lady snouia luce a good offer, sir?" This is from the Augusta, Ga., Chronicle: "Delinniifinf sub scribers B...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 December 1873

. ' . . . ' INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. J VOL. H. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, ' 1873. ISof . " Tweed in Stripes. THE EX-BOSS IN THE PENITEN TIARY IN A "LARCENY" JACKET. The New York Herald in its account of the conveying of Mr. Tweed to the Penitentiary on JBlackwell's Island, gives the fol lowing particulars ot his reception on the Island : At a quarter past three o'clock, Tweed walked ii-m the gang plank of the Bellevue aad stood a a convict where oft he had Jor merly strode as the great pollii tical conqueror. A risoner who stnnrl niinn thfi dei! at ttie tiLOu. and who undeistoou the meaning of his coming, greeted Tweed with evident leeiing sam, "Mr. Tweed, I'm sorry to see you here." The "Boss" nodded and smiled sadly. Passing on accom panied by Mr. Shields and his devoted son William, he arrived in a few moments at the door of the Penitentiary. Warden Liscomb and Keeper McDonnald formed small re ception Committee. In the soup Mtchen, just, 'at the lef...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 December 1873

She xwm Sentinel $5 per Year; Six Months $3 WE J- BERRY.. ....Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 27, 1873. -TJE OLD YuAR AND THE NEW. The year 1874 id dtawing to a cose. A few days more and it Will be gone, and buried with the years that have gone before. .Before the next number of the . 'Sentinel meets the eyes of its patrons, the year 1874 will have dawned upon the world, and taken its place on the great re cord of time. At this festive season, vrlrenoin-tarjies are" groanr" ing under Ihe weight of the good things of the earth, with which a bountiful Providence has blessed us; when our hearts are full of joy and gladness, not only in the 1 enjoyment of these blessings but . in, the hope and anticipation of the good things that the new year has in store for us, a few se rious reflections may not be in appropriate or out of place; and a retrospect, of the closing year may strengthen us in our .good resolutions for the coming one. .Reader, how is it with us? Have we done the best we ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 December 1873

V IN SALT RIVER VALLEY. i. ""We-have for rent 1700 jlcres of Fine Arable Zand, weliditched. a?id7'eadj . , for i 771 m e di at e .cu 1 tiv at to 7i . It will be rented in lots of not less than 100 acres", f-400 lb -of jirnin tn the acre. If tin 'H1 1' " produce from l2"fl tn 3fi 0 ll'1. ' M.-'HcTf, wider pr-ipi-r culuv i linn. rentage will bi exacted We i 1 pny yj per pound for all grain barventoc Apply immediately. V. JS. Heiiin? & Co.. I'ast Phmx. Dfccmber 1. 1873. lo '. t cccccc f,HEISTMAS CO. CC CC CO CC AND CC cccccc NEW YEAR AA AA A AA- A AA A AA A AAAAAAA AA AA AA AA AA" AA KK KK KK KK KK KK KK KK KK KK KK KK KK - KK ', KK EEEEEEEEE E - E E EEEEEE' E - .i i' - Fancy Rtftt Oraaiaeated. EEEEEEEEE SS&rSSS RS S3 KS 8SSSSSS -S3 " r ' S8 S3 SS 8SSSSSSS Parties desiring . ; any of tb above cakes forChrist mas. are res pectfully requested to fend in their order on or before the ;J2d. t" insure satisfaction. A Wee assortment of CHRIS TMA0 -CANDIES' on hand. MINCE PIES American...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 December 1873

DoVt Believe all You Hear Jt isn't safo to believe every thing you hear, even when you see it in the newspapers, a state ment which, although a Hiberni cism, is the truth. The telegraph said the other day that 10,000 men had been thrown out of employ ment in Pittsburg by the shuting down ot the blast furnaces. As there are only 1,100 men employ ed in that work, and 100 of them only have left work because they refused to accept ten per cent, re duction of wages, the story may be set !down as an exaggeration. The story about immense num bers being discharged from iNew England factories, a week or two sincfi, aloo proved untrue. The Associated Press agents seem de termined to help on the panic by these unfounded rumors. Where so much depends upon the truth of what is said, t is only reasona ble to insist that they make sure of their facts. These stories are evidently to be taken with many errains of allowance. The times are hard enough without any un necessary squeezing, it is wen to e...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 January 1874

cittnul tomtit INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1874. NO. 40. yol. n. Lhc Aft Philished Every Saturday by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS--Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year 5 00 Six Months 3 00 Single CopieB -. 25 ADVERTISING : Oneincti space, or 1st insertion 2 50 Each subqnn' ;Ttion 1 25 Contracts by .Wie yttr or quarter at re duciteg. ' f JOB PRINTING : ' Legal Blanks. Bripfa, Bill-Heads. Letter TTan.U Pirriilnrs. Label. Cards. Prncram- me.p, etc, printed in every styK', -witness and dispatch. fCurrency taken AT par when pay ments are made in advance. J. P. HARGRAVE, rRESCOTT, ARIZONA JW. C. HOWELL, VUMA ARIZONA Will attend to legal business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court oLthe United States. J. E. McCAFFEY, 1 1 0 r a y -at ln TCCSOS .7 .' aKIZOSa Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. . HENRY tf. ALEXANDER, attorimj at im, YUMA ARIZONA XSTSPECIAL Attention given to Probate B...

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. — 3 January 1874

She grama J&ntind. $5 per Year; Six -Months $3. WE J. BEERY .Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, JAN. 3, 1574, WHICH? Falsehood or Ungrateful Hisrenre' sentation. In a little newspaper published at Los Angeles, Cal., called The Weekly Mirror, Of Dec. 20th, 1873, we find the following arl icle eng titled the ' 'Resources of Arizona." It is hardly worthy of notice, and would not be noticed by us, but for the fact that Mr. Haines is well known here and held a pro- iriinent position during the con struction o"F the Military Tele graph : t Resources of Arizona. Our old friend. R. R. Haines, Esq., wno nap just returned from Arizona, when he haa been superintending the, construe lion cf the military telegraph, illustrates the resources of that countiy thus: "It move the Atfaehet from Arizona, and there would be no soldiers, remove the coldiers and there would be no greenbacks, take away the greenbacks and there would be no white men, for there is nothing else tc keep them there." According t...

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. — 3 January 1874

f CHRISTMAS I i CC cc CC cc. cc. : AND . cccocc . NEW YEAR T r AA AA A .AA. -A. rA'A .' A. A A . ;sA: AAAAAAA f ' AA AA AA KK KK "KK KK, AA" ' AA ; ;AA KK, "'KK . KK , Citron, KK KKKK KK KK KK KK KK . KKX KK. "KK EEEEEEEEE E E . E -. , ' , EEEEEE:. . E " " E -I J ? f . .'3 EEEEEEEEE SSSSSSS SS fiS es o . 8SSSSSSS SS SS ' 83 V,, SS ssssssss taA&x&oatGd!. y Parties desiring , any of tlietibove cakes furChrist- . -' innf. arc res--.pectfujly requested to send , in their ordrrti on (ir before ,th'e '231. to insure satisfaction. A Itree afisordhent of CHRISTMAS CANDIES ou hand. MINCE PIES. .American" Bakery, Gila St., G. M. -ICJYIGITT. Main Street, Yuma, . T. Meals a ail hours, i v,n l.he with THE vi.rrT THAT THE MA . 'IUT AKFOttDS. E V R- It YT HXJS G v Cooked in the HIGHEST STY LB f the ART. nd SERVED in rh- BEST and MOST AUTISTIC manner JOOT haggee, Proprietor dec 16 3m Golden F.agle Hotel Saloon, Main Street, Yuma, Arizona Ter. B. D. JONES, Proprietor. S TVIncs, Liquor, Cigar...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 January 1874

1 WIT AKD HUMOR. ' A. dandy is a chap who would be a lady if he could ; but as he can't, does all he can to show the world hes not a man. In a breach of promise case at Port Wayne the lover was con victed of writing "mi hart beets onley for the, my darling huney." A "Wabash editor returns thanks for a centipede received by mail from Texas, and says it is the first cent of any kind he has seen in a month. - A young lady in Indiana was rescued from drowning the other day, and she sent the young man four quarts of butternuts as a to ken of appreciation. In England the friends of Ten nyson and Joaquin Miller speak of them as the "Poet Laureate," and the "Poet Lariat," respec tively. An advertiser in a Parisian journal, who calls himself "a young man with brilliant pros pects," desires to marry a young lady of from eighteen to fifty-four years of age, with a good fortune. How very polite! A Man op Cambre. Jones, in speaking to Muffton of a pompous, pretentious man, said : "Muff., you don...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 January 1874

INDEPKNDENT IN AI,r, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN .NOTHING. -43 - '.YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1S74. yol. n. NO. 41. 8fhc Arizona Sentinel Published Every Saturday, by TOT. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMSTnvariablv in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Y-Hr s nn Single Copies...- '. ADVRRTI'x'INfi : " Oneinoh space. or les. 1st insertion .$2 Hfl EnHi subsequent insertion I Contracts by the year or quarter at r duced rates. .TOP, PRINTING: Legs! Blanks Brief. Bill-IT-ml L"ter Heads. Circulars. Lnhels, Cards. Program- inn, etc . printed in every style, with near nesa and nispateh. COnrrency token at PAR when pny ni'-nts are mnde in advance. J. P. IIA.R GRAVE, ritKPCOTT. ARIZONA C. W. C ROW ELL, YUMA ARIZONA Will attend to b-gal business in nil the Courts "f the Territory, and Supreme Court of the United States. J; E. Mo'IAFFBY, TUCSON .ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory.. HENRY If. ALEXANDER. Stornfij fit nui? yt'MA, .ARIZONA gSTSFEflAr. AltcntToh'glvesi to lTobisfe...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 January 1874

$5 par Tear; Six Months $3. W3I. J. BESSY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1874. BETTER TIMES C03SING. On every hand, there are un mistakable signs of better times orhing-. We know that in every community there are the weak-hearted, the despondent and the natural growler, who will not believe that the times could change for the better, nev ertheless it is true. From the far-off East, in the crowded marts of trade and ma nufacture, comes the welcome news of a revival ofcommo.rcial confidence. The great pulse of commerce and trade begins to beat with new life. The purse strings of the capitalists and the great money kings are loosening; millions of spindles that had lain silent, have again resumed their wonted hum. The blast of the furnace, the ring of tho anvil and the thud of the trip-hammer are heard on every hand, and have taken the place of the pitiful cry of the want of bread. Thousands and. tens of thousands of men, women and children who hatl been thrown out of employmen...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 January 1874

JnHEBTMAS cc cc cc cc cc AND cc cocudo NEW -TEAR AA AA A AA A A A A AA A AAAAAAA Fruit, Pound, AA AA AA AA AA AA KK KK KK KK KK KK KK KK i Sponge, KKKK KK KK KK KK KK "KK KK KK EEEEEEEEE E E E r- EUEEEE Jfcj E ' E EEEEEEEEE Fancy audi Gra&uxeuted. sssssss SS $3 ss ss ssssssss ss ss 68 . S3 tiSSSSSSS Partii'8 desiring any of I he above cakes furChr:it mHH. are res pectfully requested to peud in tlii-ir ordTU on or beforo the 22d. to insure satisfaction. A large assortment of CHKISTMA CANDIES on hand. MINCE PIES American Bakery, Gila St., &. M. JZjYIG&T. eabauiatib. KrJh Sfre1. Innia. t. T. .VeaU-at all hours, ; Servd in the Yeiy &est Sfvle, WITH THE VERY BESTv TBAT THE MARKET AFFORDS. EVERYTHING Cooked in the HIGHEST STYLE of the ART, and KRRVI&I) in the BEST nnd MOST ARTISTIC manner. JOHN. IIAGGEE, Proprietor dec 16 3m Golden Fagle Hotel Saloon, Main Street, Yuma, Arizona Ter. D. JONES, Proprietor. f Wines, Ii!quor, Cigars, RSift A Pnrtor and !e, iSIGl W, IVhlNky...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 January 1874

WIT AKD 12U310R. How to make a slow horse fast -Don't feed him. Mrs. Partington says she gets up every morning at the shrill carrion of the chandelier. The yournr man who boasted he could msirry any girl he piec ed, found that he couldn't please any. lgin, Illinois, offers the boys two cents apiece for all the rats thev can kill, and the schools are on the point of suspending. Colored citizens of the South on't sav "Shoo Flw" when an i"-'ect troubles them nowadays "Jwoffumdah," is the mysterious woru. Mark Twain is honest On be ing surprised by a tyast at a din ner in London recently, he pulled out a large roll of manuscript and proceeded to reply. At an examin i ion of the Col lege of Surgeons a candidate was asked by Aberni'thy, " What would you do if a man was blown up by powder?" "Wait till he dine down," was the cool re ply. A photographer in Boston h;s been as touched by a young wo man who came to ask. meekly and innocently, "Hnw long does it take to get photographed aftei you...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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