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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 January 1874

Sentinel INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1874. NO. 42. vol. n. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPT TON: One Year $5 OA Siv Moithf 3 00 Sinyia. Cobff 25 ADVERTISING: Onoinchspace.or less. 1st insertion $2 50 -r-i i :..,...(:.. l O'. TjUC'l HIlU-'-ljIK-UL inrri liuii . ' " Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Brief, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. dPCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. J. P. HARGRAVE, FRRSCOTT, ARIZONA C. TV. C. R0WELL, YUMA ARIZONA Will attend' to legal business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court of tbe Uuited States. J. E. McOAFFRY, V tin J? a t a at n w, TUCSON '....ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. HENRY Iff. ALEXANDER, VX'itA, ARIZONA "SPECIAL Attenti...

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. — 17 January 1874

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WH. J. BERRY. .."Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, JAW. 17, 1874. THE LESSONS OF LIFE. To the intelligent and reflecting mind, every change, every epi eodey and every vicissitude of life, has its lessons; and happy is the man whose mind is so constituted that he can receive all the great changes of life, whether of for tune or misfortune, as lessons for his improvement. It is hard when the heavy hand of misfor tune is laid upon us, to receive the blow as intended for our good; yet how many of us can look buck and see that what we thought at the time of their occur rance, terrible and unmitigat ed misfortunes, were indeed bless ings in disguise. Human life is but one great school, and all mankind the pu pils; and whether it be in matter: Dertaininsr to our mental and moral improvement, or to our advancement in wealth, he is dull indeed who will not learn Some men rush blindly into vis- sionary and hazardous enterprise and speculations, and when they fail, sit ...

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. — 17 January 1874

NOTICE! SHIPPERS THE COLORADO STEAM NAVIGATION GO'S STEAMERS Nowbern. and Montana, Leave San Francisco , for Mexican Ports and Mouth of Colorado River, EVERY TWENTY. DAYS, Connecting icith River steamers . ' for points along tha river. freight Delivered at Yuma in fH'cv ff -rs from San Francisco. Superior Pasenger Accommodations Agencies of the Company at 610 Front street, SanErancisco, Cal Yuma and Ehrenberg, A. Tv I. POLHAMUS, Jr., nov 1-tf Gen.Sup't. i .1 Slain Street, Yuma, k. T. . Meals at all hours, Se?'yed up in the Very Best Style, WITH THE VERY BEST THAT THE MARKET AFFORDS. l EVERYTHING v Conked in the HIGHEST STYLE of the ART. and SERVED- in the BEST and lOST ARTISTIC inanuer. JOHN. HAGGE&' Proprieter 3ta uolden eagle Roxei LmiuJOj Main Street, Yuma, Arizona Ter. B. D, JONES, Proprietor. i Wines, Iiiquors, Clsars. I'orter and le, Whtsky and Kum JMiui'Ik1-, Tom and Jerry, etc., etc. OF THE VERY BERT QUALITY. SERVED UP IN THE BEST STYLE Call and see me. dec 16 lui B. D. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 January 1874

WIT AND HUMOR. "Money Is very tight," said a thuf who was trying to break open a bank vault. Transactions in Hair," is the heading by a Detroit editor to an account of a street fight. "Her Face Was Her Fortune," will soon be followed by "His Gheek Was What Made Him." One advantage of living in Troy is that one can go to any hydrant, any day, and get an eel for din ner, and no extra charge. It is suggested that in building railroads, the rails should be heat ed red-hot, so that the workmen will lay them down rapidly. When a policeman finds a man full he takes him to the station house and his friends bail him out. The manner of advertising for a husband in Java is by placing an empty flower-pot on the por tico roof. California papers won't publish the Governor's message on ac count of its length. It makes nine columns of tolid nonpareil. "The bearer of an important temperance communication to this paper, yesterday," says an ex change, was industriously chew ing coffee." According to t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 January 1874

writ - -JlT c - ;;. i! ir'w in INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1874. vol. n. NO. 43, 1 Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, v -Editor and Proprietor. TERMS-InTariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year - Six Months....... Single Copies $5 00 ; 3 00 ADVERTISING: Oneinchspac or Ipsp, 1st insertion 2 50 Each snbcpquf'BC insertion . 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates . Jin. PRINTING: Legnl Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads. Leter- Heads. Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printpd.in every style, with neat ness and' dispatch. "Currency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance.'- J. P. HARGMVE, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA C. W. C, R0WELL, YUMA ARIZONA Will .attend to legal business in all the Courtsof the Territory, and Supreme -Court ot the United States. J. E. MoCAFFEY, TUCSON ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. HENRY H. ALEXANDER, at Jam, . TPHA,. .ARIZONA .iSTSPSSIAL, Attention given to...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 January 1874

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY ..Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, JAIN. 24, 18T4. OUR MAILS. The following paragraph which we find in .the Arizona Miner of Jan. 9th, furnishes us with a text for a few remarks that we desire to make just now: ' The Arizona Sentinel hns not arrived at Prescott for two weeks', although letters from Yu ma have come through, showing thnt the mail is still running. What' is the matter?". Now, in the first place, we state positively, that the package con taining the Sentinel for the Miner and all our subscribers in Prescott and. vicinity, has been put up plainly directed and malied every week. And our Post lyias- ter here will testify, if necessary, that it has been put in the mail bag that goes Up the river regu larly every week. Knowing that we have thus done our parr, it is very provoking to hear that our paper has failed to reach our sub scribers. As to the question "what is the matter?" that is easily answered, and is plain to everybody. It is ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 January 1874

NOTICES SHIPPERS si . f .THE " COLORADO STEAM NAVIGATION -CO'S ... ' STEAMERS . jNowbern, 1 and Montana, Leave San Francisco for Mexican Forts and Mouth of Colorado Fiver, EVERY TWENTY DAYS, ' ' ' Connecting, with River steamers . . jor pciints-along , thejriver. ' .. 1 V ;. - i - Freigfit Delivered at Tfcma i7i twelve dttys from San Francisco Superior Pasenger Accommodations , Agencies of we company "610 Front street, San Francisco,- Cal Tuma and'.Ehrenberg', A. T. . ' L'POLHAMUS, Jr., hov lrtf Gen. Sup't. Main Street, Tuma, A. T. Meals at alt hou?'s, . Served up in the teryest Style,, 1 , WITH . THE VERY BEST THAT THE MARKET AFFORDS. EVERYTHING Cooked in theTITGFJEST STYLE of the ART. and' ' SERVED in rnf W.S'Y and MOST ARTISTIC nianiior. JOOT BAG (SEE, Proprietor 'flee 163m BLACKSMITH, Wagon and Coach Jllaker, Main Street, Yuma, A. T. M kinds, of 3lacksmil?ii7ig 3 Wagon and Coach 'Making-and REPAIRING ) fDone to order, in the best manner, 1 : a?id on . REASONABLE TEEMS"! I in vit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 January 1874

WIT AK HUMOR. How to moke a tall man short Ask him to lend you five dollars. What did A-dam first plant in the Garden of Eden? His foot. Why is Theinsideofeverything unintelligible? Because wecan notmakeitout. How may a boy be known from a tired dog? One wears a shirt, the other pants. Why is an omnibus check like conscience? Because it is an in ward check on the outward man. The latest Colorado euphemism for baldheadness Your head is getting above timber-line. When is a lady like a show window? When she takes great pains with her sash. " John, did you ever bet on a horse-race?" "No, but I've seen my sister Bet, on an old mare. " Wife," said a henpecked hus band, "goto bed." "I won't!" "iWell, then sit up; I will be minded." "Is molasses good for a cough?" asks a youth with a very bad cold. " It ought to be ; it is sold for consnmption." Young lady, Tuesday night at the Postoffice: "If I don't get a letter by this mail, I want to know what the deuce he was doing on Sunday; that's al...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 January 1874

y-' INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1874. vol. n. NO. 44. ' published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TRMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year r f? x Months 3 Single Copies..." AD VK RT TTN : : On p inch space.or Jess. I at insert' on 2 f. .Each (Hbqifiit iriairf"'! ! Cnntrarts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. JOB PRTNTTNG: Legal Blanks. Brief. Bill-Heads. Letter- Heads, Cirrnmrp. Label, ('arns. r'rograni men, etc , printed in every style, with neat nest) and dispatch. EBCurreney taken at PAR when pay ments are made in advance. J. P, HAftGRAYE, FRESCnTT, ARIZONA C. : W.'C. ROW ELL, tAotnt. si- 'a, YUMA . ARIZONA Will attend lo legal business in all the Courts olf the Territory, and Supreme Court oi The Uuited States. J. E. MoCAFFRY, iUx a y n t " any, TUCSON... ...ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. HENRY ST.. ALEXANDER, . Stferoaj nr 1, YUMA, ARIZONA STS FECIAL, Attent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 January 1874

8Phc xhsm SunW; $5 per Tear; Six MonthB $3. WE J, BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, JAN. 31, 1874. STEAMSHIP UARIUGANSETT, And the Coast Survey. "We don't know that we are fully qualified to discuss the mat ter That we now approach, but we do know that we would be re creant to our trust, as a public journalist, were we to remain silent and let the matter pass un noticed that is now presented to our consideration. It is well known, in the language of the American Cyclopaidia, that "the coast survey of the United States is a national undertaking of the highest chaiacter and importance. Having an extended and danger-ous'sea-coast, with a foreign com merce of $G00,000,000, in the pur suit of which nearly 20,000 ves- els annually nter and leave our ports, these vessels are manned by over' 200,000 seamen, while half as many more vessels and men are engaged in our coasting trade, and vast numbers of pas sengers and emigrant strangers arrive at and leave our shores, it is plainly our duty...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 January 1874

NOTICE g SHf PEERS THE COLORADO STEAM i NAVIGATION GO'S STEAMERS ' Newbern and Montana, Leave San Francisco for Mexican Ports and Mouth of Colorado River, UVERY . TWENTY BAYS, Connecting with River steamers " iiax points. along the. river. ' r.'.V", .; ' n Freight Delivered at Yuma t?i tweve days jroni San Francisco. "SuperiorPasenger Accommodations Agencies of the Company it -610 Front street, San Francisco, Cal "Yuma and Ehrenberg, A.. T. I. POLHAMTJS, Jr., novl-tf Gen. Sup' t. . &ASSAGF , " -'.AT " REDUCED RATES Yuma to. San Francisco, D't , a . PER C ;S N. Co's Steamers. Cabin, Steerage, 60 coin - 25 Accommodations FIRST CLASS: I. POLIIAM ,TS, Jr.. Gen. Sup't.. D8-tf WILLIAM 11 LARKLN COENEB OP First and Main streets t-H iiiii i itmtttmttttttttm . ,) i. ' . "' ! 1 . f WILL 8 ELL , cheaper! THAN ANY OTHER MAN IN THE TERRITORY OF ARIZONA oct25-tf . BLACKSMITH, 'Wagon arid Coach Matter, Main Street, Yuma, A. T. All kinds ofBlacksmithing, Wagon and Coach Making a7id REPAIRING on...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 January 1874

WIT AH 15 HUMOR. ' ' "Have you heard my last speech?" asked a haranguest of a wit. "I hope so," was the reply. Those Adventists on Terry Is land still cherish a desire to be come sky terriers. A Milwaukee men want round to all the bookstores in the city inquiring for " Brick Pomeroy's Lite of Christ." Do not run in debt, with the shoemaker. It is unpleasant to be unable to say your sole is your own. "Felt slippers," advertised in the shoe stores, are thought to be those felt by boys in their rude young days. Broker How are you off for money this morning? Cashier I am off with what little there was in the bank. Good-by. In the Boston discussion of cor poral punishment by teachers it Was argupd that driving the spine up into the head rould be nothing more than hurtful to the Drain. "The son who goes through life onTflie shoulders of his parents is never better that a papoose. He is nothing but an everlasting baby." It is settled now that "Satan's ad dress to the fallen angels, after b...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 February 1874

mom HI INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATTJRDXY, FEBRUARY 7, 1874. NO: 45. yol. n. j Sfhe vasm jntincl Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in-Advance SUBSO RTPTTON : One Year $n 00 Six Months 3 00 Single Copips 25 ADVERTISING: OntMnrhnpaco.or les, Jstinsertion 2 ff) Earn subqH'nr insertion 1 2 . Contracts by the year or quarter at re Juced rates. JOB PRTNTTNG: Legal Blanks. Brief, Bill-Rend. Letter Heads. Circular, Lbeln, CardR. Program. me, etc , printed in every, style, with neat lies? and dispatch. GPCurrpBpy taken at par when pay anent are made in advance. J. P. HARGRAVE, tiovnttj ni gsw, PRKSCOTT. ARIZONA C. W. C. ROW ELL, YUMA ARIZONA Will attend to fegnl business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court of the United States. J. E. -MoUAFFBY, & tUx ti txjy t g WW, TUCSOK.. '.ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. HENKTlf. ALEXANDER. iltorneij at m, . TSMA ARIZONA gS...

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. — 7 February 1874

"per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY. ..Editor. YUMA. A. T. - SATURDAY? FEBr 7, 1874. BODUCTIOJi" - .OEUrOOLr-THtJ.. ,-AffGOItA Gf0AT. There is probably no business In which tlie; peoplftfof, JVrihsona could engage with surer prospects of success and large remuneration than that of the production of wool. Tne ever increasing de mand for this commodity the h igh price always realized for a good article, the certainty of sale and the impossibility ?of ever glutting the market, make this industry at "once lucrative and safe. And when we add to this the superior facilities provided by nature for the raising of 'wobl-growiug ani mals in' Arizona we may safely say that there is nowhere elsf presented so inviting a field for men of small capital .to enter, with the assurance of accumulating wealth fiu a very few years. , ' There are but few men yet eng gaged in the production of wool in Arizona, but those who are, have had the most flattering proofs of the peculiar adaptability of climat...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 February 1874

fZTTlfyMXZ'&ACZ, . The only .knuiwu remedy for BRIGHT'S DISEASE. ' And a' positive remedy for 1 ?ITT, GRAVEL. STRICTURES, . .1A BETES. 'DYSPEPSIA, NEKV- 3 OUS DEBILITY, DROPSY, ? r ' i ' tat.vtention-;iir Incoiitmece of -Uriue; JmiationVlufLni'itiori or UI: ueruti'oH' of the St ladder and Sidneys, SPERMATOKRHCEA, , . acorrrio3fl nrVVVliis.: Dis.ifjsra of the ProstateGWd, Stone in the Bladder, Qi" Nmvel .or Brickduat Deposit ai ' it'-us r Milk Dtsrharges KEARNEY'S. . i jzact sucjsw A Ciire8. all Diseases of-the. 1J:,:S1DNEY" nd DROPSL ci.L SWELLINGS, Exiting ir MenyWoiuen and Children,' .sir no maebhat THE ageI. . i . ,,Prnf. Steele eatsf'lOn bottle.' of JKearne V Fluid EztfrrBuchujK Wl,lth more than' all other Buc'j.uscnmbiued." BPrice. One Dollar pei. Bottle, or- Six Buttles for Five Dofr. :DEPOT, 104'liuane, St., NeVjYork, A Physician in, attendance toj anjwej correppouden.ee and gi.ye advice gratis faSar?-,stiimn.'fiir ;P!!int)hTi'ts. free: Jtt TO 7 na '" KerTouM & Debili...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 February 1874

WIT AAD UVUIOR. A Western toast : . "Let come What will come, for it is sure to come : so come and let us take a drink. And they all come. An advertisement for a district school teacher, in New Hamp shire, concludes in this way: "N. B No man need apply who wears a shawl. Our experience, and the his tory of the past eighteen centu ries, incline us to the helief that no matter how well you treat a shot-gun, nor how. you bring it up, it will bang the stuffing out of you the first time it gets a chance. "Madam, why were you not here before?'' "I couid not come sir." "Were you not subpoenaed, madam?" "Yes, sir j but; I was sick?" "What was the matter, madam?" "I had an awful boil, sir." "Upon yourhonor,raadam?" "No, sir, upon my arm." "You ought tn let me pass free of charge, consider ng the benev olent nature of my profession," said a physician to a toll-gate keeper. Not so," was the reply. "You send too many headheads through here now." Among the gifts of a bride was a broom, with the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1874

ihe vttmina cittiitcl. ; INDEPKND TEN T IN AT.L THINGS YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1874. vol. n. She Arizona Sentinel Published Every Saturday, by TFJf. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMSTuTRTisViv id Advance SUBSCRIPTION: nr Y.nr . -iv-iS Jno P.s Mi 3 00 Him" -'.- - 2o ADVRnTITNG: ? -h ups r. or !.--, lot inrtin S2 50 Xi"ch siib-'eqiienr inrtinn 1 - Contractu by the year or quarter at re duced rates. .JOB PRINTING: Legs! Blanks. Brief.. Bill-Hend Letter Hends.fircnlnrs. Lnbcl, Card. Program. men, etc , printed in every style, with neat- new and dispatch. BPTurrenry taken AT PAR when pny- Blent are mnde in advance. J. P. HA R GRAVE, , , Qitvvnty at s a tir, PBKSCnTT. ARIZONA C. W. C ROW ELL, : YOjIA ..i ARIZfiNA Will attend to legal -business in all tht; Omrts of the Territory, and Supremo. C uit of the UuiFed States. & M m u at g a w,; TUCSOX ; ARIZONA. J W-n practice o all the Courts of ti Territory. 3- VII Y J. ALEXANDER. 51Snr:ri fit Xnin, sUMt, .'..ARIZONA fsSrp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1874

mm ,3 $5 pr Yflat: Six Months $3 WM. J. BER-RY - Editor. ill 111 VTTATA. A. T. SATrRDAY, FEB. 14 W4. T'good' 'wbW locXiTpa- TVo "NTpw VnrV 7,'t??". SOVS vou rniph nparVv n well forpret vonr -- m;n. rl V tiro Vino rnnr npflftnmiPJ a"" , school honspsvo" to firbpt your lopA- piper. "Tt sneilrs to ten t. . -r Vv.Vfif v'mirlvaln f Ailittlo lnnoror nh n l!Hlo fimpc tV.P audipnpethof votir 1". pnl' minis fpr dops. Tt i rend ppp-prlv . ennh wolf from hep-fn- -pin"' to end-. Tt Wnrhps tT. pnd,i'.it..hns. n .Jojv.erJ4gpirU nd jpoewierfnm hnn o tprtrinn, i hoc e'a houcflPd timps, bptnr ehinp at yon. I(avngr. as if dnoo, on everv tahle. in almost everv hone. vn o.we.' it o von rc pi vpp to - roily iherq!v to its support ,a d pvoet from it as ahlp. heip-Moned a pboroptpr as vou d from nnv pdupator in vonr rnSdst. jt i in pn sense hen Path no?fe and oro iinlpesvon vonrsplf orn Venmfh pnee and earp tor it is vonr Tprecpofotive; Tpdend. .. in ; its "onorpfpr if" is th'p siimm'VtTon of of thp impor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1874

Wairi'st.:;.::. 329 Sansom&st ..'San'Fr.anmco. . .-.if. I . ..ff.-V,,., . , ; Wholesale and Retail' Dealer in i fjowai Merchandise, I Invites .Attention to the best se lPCtpji. and , most complete .stouk ever offered ?n this market, con sisting, in part, of Clothin? Table nd pocket Cullery Lumber Wagron lum. .... if ' Provisions Tinware Crorfcery Miners' Tools Boots, Iron '? ... Ho ts f Set exvs Sails Shoes : .Dry. Goods :Faney Good 'J 'Spirting and Ladies and . Rent's Furnishing Goods, Aidre'cnnotnnflv and rep-iilnrlv TPr-ivincr hvpvorv steamer, fresn California products, consisting of BUTTER : , rnFESE, BAnoy.. , OXTONS, WF. , TT AM.,, POTATOES BARLEY, ( CORN j' rnw ate iTj RV'-TT WHEAT FT OTTR. CALIFORNIA nt.d OREGON.. FLOUR AN1 VEfiKT.tWI.KS. ?. TofrTher with a sreneral asurf mcnt wtai'ted to this country. All of which coffered at prices which I) FY COMPKTTTTON. Buyers willfind it to their in ter't to enlr and examine my 8to- k before purchasing elsewhere All. merchandise co...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1874

WIT AWD HUMOR. '? "He winnowed her into Para-, dise with a fence mil," is the last phrase for a wife-murder. In pocket-picking, as in every thing else, a man never succeeds until he gets his hand in. A school bovs essay of liberty concludes as follows; "The rights of the people should be preserved in violet." The people of Montana called it "the natural park of the Yellow stone." until Congress had ac cepted, and now they want $100,000 for "improvements." "The evidence shows that he sot up with her night alter night, and they J-quoze hands and talked soft, and 1 think she ought to have about S-3 da triages" was the charge of an Idaho J udge to a jury. An unstamped letter was de posited in a Mifflin county post office, the other day, and under neath theaddress was the endorse ment: "Let her slide. P. M she's aTl hunk, inside air one of them there post hole keerds " A Michigan newsdealer recent ly received this order from a young ladv : "Send me A Novel colled buffalo bill and the dai...

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