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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1874

PI'' INDEPENDENT IN AL.L THINGS. NEUTRAL, IN NO'I HTNG. YTJMA, A. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1874.. NO. 47- VOL. H. Published Every Saturday, by t.WM J- BEBBY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Tnvaria Mv in Advanca RTTBRCHIPTTON: in -Y-Hr.. .-....:..- SR 00 P r Mo- w --. 3 00 E.nelf C-oifB t 2i APVF RTITG: Oneincli epnr.- W-.lstinserfinn $2 SO E-tch n4l4i-iir insertion 1 C ntrp 5.y the ynr or qi irter at re- fd rates. JOB PRTNTTNG : Leeal Blanks. BriefvBill-Hends. IWNr Heads, Circular. Lublin, Card. Program mes, etc , printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. Cur rency taken AT PAR when pay Blent are made in advance. J. P. HA RG RAVE, PR K8COTT, ARIZONA c. W. C HOWELL, VtJMA ARIZONA Will attend to Iegil business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court of the Uuited States. J. E. Ifof'AFFBY, Qitmn 4j a t g s ilt, TUCSON ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. HENRY If. "ALEXANDER, YUMV ARIZONA PE 1.4 S, mention given to I'robatc Business ad I l...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1874

II I I i I llll If 1 $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J.. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, FEB. 21, 1874. A HATCH GAME OF SASE BALL. There was considerable excite ment on Main street, last Tuesday afternoon, over a base ball match between some of the prominent young gentlemen of Yuma. Our attention was attracted "With that of many others, and, indeed, the major portion of the town turned out to witness the game. We confess we weresurpris and pleased. Surprised at the outcropping of so much energy, so long hidden, and pleased at the opportunity of adding so much, of interest to our local columns. The game was well contested throughout, and played with a science and skill that the partici pants have reason to to be proud of. Three or four in particular attracted our special notice by their dexterity. The player who occupied a position on first base, as a short stop, we never saw equalled, for he invaribly stopped the ball short in his stomach, and has been short of breath ever since...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1874

DAVID NEAIIR, Main st .....Yuma, A. 1. 829 Sansome st San Francisco'. Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in i General Merchandise, i Invites attention to the best se lected and most complete stock ever offered in ' this market, con sisting, in, part, of CrROCERIES,?EOVTSI0jIS, TTIsYJBS & ZIQIjrpJRS, CIoAKK & TOBaVcQ, T Tatole and Pocket-Cutlery, TINWARE, CHOI KEY, IBON,. STEEL, BOLTS, NAILS SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS.', SPORTING GOOD5-, WAGON-LUMBER, ETC. Purni shing Go ods, Dry $mni tods, . BCOTS & SHOES, , CLOTHING, ETC And are constant ly and reeulaflv TPfpivlncr. bv every steamer, fresh California products, consisting of "BUTTER. PUEESE, JBAON. ONIONS, BEANS. HAM. POTATOES. BARLEY, 1 CORN, WHEAT, CORN MEAL. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. CALIFORNIA and OREGON FLOUR CUTTING X cmm C A FRUITS ANI VEGETABLES, etc. j Together with a neral assort ment adapted to this country. All of which is offered at prices which D KFY COM PETITION. Buyprs will find it to their in terest to call ani examine, m...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1874

t JRohprfc Collyr thinks a man should not mnrrv unless he does it before he is 25. An editor yho has piven up tr'insr to pIeHse everybody says: "Evpn if X sounl the pnue of my own Muker the devil would be offended." "We learn from an Eastern jour nal that early in January Mi-s Buan B. Anthony will bring: suit- against all newspapers that .have ''thrown mud at her." Miss Isabella Beecher Hooker and Susan B Anthony are frintr to travel together. Landlords along the route will please get hot bricks ready. The Detroit Free Press tays that if you fire. a ihof-gun in any direction in this country you will hit a poet; to which the Ohio State Journal replies: " We want a shot-gun." A traveller, who has done some pretty tall climbing in the Alps, relate.1- that whenever his mule exhibited an inclination iff biiuk ovfjr si precipice, he just got down Suietly and prepared to let her o it. fJray hair has become very fashionable, and in order to ac eommodale all who de-ire to be in the fashion, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1874

INDEPKNDENT IN ALTj THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. vol. n. W. 48. Published "Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS--Tnvnriablv in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year. ........... Six Mo'-tbn - Single Copies ,$r on . . 3 on, . 2i A'nVKRTTINlT: r)" ainri parnr es. lut insert..-.. $2 r0 F..'i niibrnu'nt insertion I M Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Brief. Rill-HeHdR. Letter Head. Cirriibir. Label, Carda. Prneniui me, etc . printed in every style, with neat new and dispatch. E5rTtirrenpy taken AT PAR when pay mentu are nmde in advanre. J. P. ITARGRAVE, Qitovnty at Saw, ' PRK-FCOTT. ARIZONA C,TV. C ROW ELL, 3t , ytiW, ...ARIZONA .iuMA Will attend to legal hueinen in nil th Court of the Territory, and Sttpretn. Court of the Uuited States. J. E. McOAFFRY, IcCStlN ARIZONA. Will practice in all tkv Crts of tW Territury. BEX BY fl. ALEXANDER, UM ARIZONA to s-robate nusiness atf the oKecti...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1874

She xmu Sentinel' $5 pr Yflar: Six Months 3tf WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. . T. SATI'KJMV. FEU. 28 14 THE COMING SEASON, Now that Spjing is nar at hand, it is natural and proper thit all men should look forward With interest to the coming sea son. It is the period at which rational iind intelligent men lay out their plans of operation, and look forward with the hope. .that with the light of experience to guide them, ami a favoring, Pro vidence, Iheir condition, .indivi dually, will he better and more prosperous than heretofore. And this is right- Were it not for the star of hope that keeps beckoning us on, many of us would sink un der the weight of p ist and present misfortunes. The week-hearted faint hy the way. While he of strong heart and unfaltering f nth in the goodness of Him, who rules over the destinies of men and nations, will gather new strength from each misfortune, and in the language of the poet, "Let the dead bury its. dead."'" presson with renewed energy and vigor. This...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1874

DAVID KEAHR, Main tt Yuma, A.J. 829 Sansome st San Francisco. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ! General Merchandise, i Invites attention to the bpt se aeclFd and most complete Rtoek .ever offered in this market, con eMing, in part, of ROrERIESHOVTSrOJIS, & ZIQUQmSy Talle ano pocKet-riltlery, TIN W A TIE. PRO KEY. IRON. STEEL. BOLTS. NAILS SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS. froRTiNn ooona. WAGON-LUMBER. ETC. Dnfe' k drtnts'- Furnishing G o oris, BrOTP PTTOES, CLOTHING, ETC. And are pnrwtnnHv and regniflrlv reoei vjhe nv every steamer, freh California products, consisting of BUTTER CF,ESE, BAV. OXI0S8. HE NS FAM. POTATOES BARLEY, CORN TVHF.tT. (NYRN MF Jt VVi KWHFAT FT.opi. CALIFORNIA r.nd GREON FLOUR Tojrerher with a jrenentJ assort ment tKlqT-1 to this conntrv. Ml of which is offered at prices which 1)1 FY COMPETITION Buyers will find it to their iu tertM to call and examine my etoi k before purchaMngelsowhefH AH merchandise consigned t my care will receive cnnfnl hardl ine and be forward...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1874

WIT A IV D HUMOR. Jjk . - All the children of Jeddo, Japan are henceforth to be labeled with the names and addresses ot their parents. A Virginia man opened his wife's letter to see who was writ ing to her, and he was sent to prison for ten years. Three of the mflrriages which took place at Saratoga in July have turned out unhappily, and three divorces are called for. Ladies wear oxydized melons for ornament? This new style of ear-ring is becoming, if the mi mic fruit is not too large. A loving couple at Atlanta who wanted to start right off on the tour were married bv tplegniph the other day, the minister being fifty-one miles away. "Don't a Quaker ever take off his hat to any one, mamma ?" "Nn, my dear." "If he don't take off his hat to a barber, how does he have his hair cut?" A Covington girl let her shawl to an invailid gentleman riding in a stage, and when he handed it back there was a $500 green back pinned to it. Miss Ann Hinckly took the first premium on butter at a Kansas ...

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

, JNtEP'KNDENT itf ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN OTHING.,, tck?M yol. il YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1874 isfo. 4k SOt Arizona nttact Published Every Saturday, liy ' TO". BERRY, Editor 'and Proprietor. ; 1 TERMS Invariably in A 4vanoo SITRSOl? .T-PTTOf ; j Onr fear - Six Mo-ffr Single Copies 4 . $5 tin . 3 on ADVF.nTrTNfl: Oneinrbspnpp.nrjps. 1st insertion $2 50 Eaph iiibf qiijnr insertion...,...-..-. I 'r Cnt rants by the year or quarter at re duced ratea. ,TOB PRTNTTNG-: L-enl Blanks. Briefs. Bill-Heads Letter Beads. Cirnilars. Labels, Cards. Program? mw, etc , printed in every .style, with neat ness and riispatph.. 1 ESPTiirrenpy taken AT PAR when pay merits nre mnde in hdvan're. '' J. P.1 IIARGRAVE, IT V tt tf i rtf, tt Ml f rnWCOTT. ARI7-OKA r. W. C ROW EL fit ' U0rnjjg al law, VUMa...'-S- ARIZONA ' Will attend to legal business in the Conrjs of the , Territory, .and Supreme Court .of the Uinted Stntea. J..E. MbiJAFFBY, TUCSON.... ARIZONA, W ?. practice iu all the Courts of the Tf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 March 1874

$5 per Year; Six Mont VM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T.- SAT I 111) A Y, Marcli 7 MftfAorolop-ical Record of Fore Yu mar.Cahi0rniafor. the Month of; February, 107-3. J' 7a.m. 2p.tn J9p.ni Thermometer , Mean ot dry bulb 145 71 I 61 69 I 2-i25. :j 40 2ti I 23.9(1 Hight st by Mx. Tberometer Lowest " Mm. " ..70.00 ..34 00 Men fetm f'ure ilnrihg umiith 5Sj8 ll .iuniiu. Minimum .niii ol Barometer, 5lh-ip.ld0 Dm 8 of rain - 5 A:iount 42 t-entimeters Average cloudiness 3 30 X1e -1 : 'direction, of wisiis. N 17 N. E ... i'l .V... 14- K i M f 's:..!..!. 14 S 3 ii KiW 4 Wf..... 16 S..W . 5 (Signed) JOHN DILLON. . Hospital Steward, u is. A, APPLICATION. There js probably no quality that a man may possess more im portant to success in life, than ap - plication. To a lack of this qua litymay be attributed many of the failures and misfortunes that have occurred and are occurring everywhere. True, some men succeed in business without ap- -; nlication. blindly staGrc:er into success, according to the...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 March 1874

.".il-Yuma, A. 1. San. Francisco. Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in ,t. r .... I General .. Merchandise, ; Jnvites.flttentipri to, the best, se lected and most complete, stock ever offered in this nfclrket, con sisting, in pari, of iROfERIES, VISIONS, vL2tJ?, "TalJle and Hcke f'utlery, TINWARE, CRO KF.Y, IRON, STEEL. l3QLnro, NaILS SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS. SPORTING GOOD. W AGf N-j-UM BER . ETC- ; ;.liira' k ..feats' ' Pur in r h ib g'O b otfs, BCO" ? SHOES, ' CLOTHING, ETC. Ann nre nnnsfnnlv and reo-nlfirlv ypi(.piviiifir ,hye.vpry. steadier. freb oiifornia products, consisting of ;; BTTTTEt?. ;i i. sPPF.ESE; BACO'. . -.ONIONS. , BE A VS. ; FAM- POTATOES. BARLEY, . s -'ORN WHEAT, ,:CORN' iMBAT,: WHEAT FTinR. CALTFOFNT A ndGn-. . NT FLOITR ANI WGKTABf.ES, etc. Together with a ger end assort ment adnpted to this ounrv. All of which in offered at prices hlcfi DI VY OOMPK'i'ITION. Ruvers will-find it to their in-tere.-t .to call ' and examine my ;Btork before purchasing elsewhere All merc...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 March 1874

MISCELLANY. ' H Madam.a great many persons were disturbed at the concert la3t night by the cfyingof our baby." "Well, I do wonder such persons Will go to concerts." The height of roughness to come home at night when your wife has gone nw y for day or t wo, and find that she has accidentally carried off the key to the closet Where the consolation is. "How many deaths last night?" inquired a hospital physician of a nurse. "Nine," was the answer. "Why, I ordered mfdicire for ten "Yes: but one wouldn't take it." Quite a number of young men in this city are attending a night school where Lutin is taught. At least we judge so, as we siwa crowd the other evening who lind got as far as ,lHec."P.ora Re view. Now that Treasurer, Spinner is bound for a recuperative trip to Florida,some one says he is going to meander by the romantic cioe- 3ile bayous that he mny discover if the footprints of those creat ures rpally do resemble his auto graph." A French author described ftllle. Nils.-on as foll...

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

lite xmm, INPEPKNDET IN ATA THIN.GS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 1471874. NOr 50; vol.. it he xwm Sentinel blifhed; Every. Satarday, by Wif. J. BERRY, Editor, and- Proprietor. mnirn T ! 1.1 . -t ST TBKC R T PTTON : jv T-r SR nf M:v tfcs 3 nn t O p" ADVRRT!TNfl: Oneinch spnpe.or les. 1st insertion 2 50 E"ci snbequpnr insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. JOB PTUNTTTNO-: Lcgnl Blanks. Brief, Bill-He! Letr Hends.CircuW. LibeU.CBrds. Prneram men, etc . printed in every, style, with neat ness and dispatch. Curreney taken at PAR when pay. sent are made in advsnee. J. P. HARGRAVE, PRKSCOTT. ARIZONA C. W. C ROW ELL, Mlrrtty at fB-aw, YUMA...11. v ARIZONA Will attend to legal business in all the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Jurt of the United States. J. E. BfcOAFFEY, JJtttar&syaijSaw, Twcsnrr ... ..L Arizona. Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. mSRY H. ALEXANDER, Sitornnj nt Iran, YUMA, .ARIZONA StihrsPECTAl, fent!n ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 March 1874

$5 par Year; Six Months $.3. WH. J. 'BERRY... ...Editor. YUMA. A. T. SAjRUHDAY March 14, 1874. PRESERVE THE PEACE. There is nothing more import ant in a community than the preservation of the pece ; for on it' depends the safety of life and property, the security of home with all its hallowed associations, nd the general well being of society ,J5very community is infested with a certain proportion of men who do not delight in peace.' Turbulent, degraded creatures, whose element is in disorder, being governed only by the Iqwest impulses, they are never so much at home as when engaged in a row. If a com munity was composed of that class alone, no harm could be done, and we would be content to let them fight it out like the Kil kenny eats, a number of which were shut up in a pit for grand, battle, and when they were through nothing was left but a bunch of hair and their tails. They had eteneacri other up. But communities are not compose'! of that class of men but n certain number of th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 March 1874

M&in, si,....'.,li.......... Yuma, A. 1. .Ml-. ' ' - 329 Samome tt.i.i...San Francisco. ."Wholesale.and Retail Dealer in ivGerifefal .Merchandise, i. Invites attention to the best se lected and most complete stock iever offered in. this market, con sisting in -t, of Orogeries, Pbovsi OSS, -jyuvF & zioings, CIOA! R & T' "AC "X, Table and Pocket -Cutlery, TINWARE, flROlKEY, IBON, STEEL, BOLTS, NAILS SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS. SPORTING GOOn, WAGON-LUMBER, ETC. Eur dishing G o ods, ' i.BGOTS & SHOES, ETC. Ann are 'constantly and resrularlv recM vinjr by every steamer, fresh 'California products, consisting of BUTTER ' ' 'CHEESE, BAPON ONIONS, .-BEANS. HAM'. POTATOES BARLEY; ' CORN, WHEAT, CORN MEAL. . BUCKWHEAT FLOITR. CALIFORNIA ana OREGON FLOUR CCTT,IT0 rOOANNl?I TmUITS AND'VEGE- VBLES, etc. Together with a general assort ment adapted to this country. All of which taoffewjd at prices which DI'IFY COMPETITION. Buyers wfti fi d it to ic-r in terest to call examine my 5to-...

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

MISCEILIjANY. Honor thy father and thy moth er particularly about circus time, when you don't know where to aaise fifty cants. Forest Grove statfon,Oregon, is trying to locate a flour mill. Hav ingone whisky mill, with pros pects of another, a Utile bread should be neeoVd with this "in tolerable deal of sack." Love thy neighbor as thyself. Borrow his plow, hoe or horses whenever you can. but if he wants to borrow yours, tell him that you're very M.rry but you were just going to use them your self. A Hollander recently paid $300 for "a divorce with out publicity' in Milwaukee, only to discover when too late (alas J) that his wife was dead. His frenzy of agony t the, loss o( his money is des cribed as simply heartrending. Still another romantic marriage was consuraated in Yamhill coun ty. Oregon, last week. The bride groom after being knocked down "with a board, by his future moher- in-law, got up, landed an ex tinguisher upon her nose, which laid her out, and then went away wiin ms a...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 March 1874

f be t tlZOtlrt mml T v v ,-rjr ; gr,v INDEPKNDENT IN ALT, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOT HING, VOL. H YTOIA, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1874. . . ,. mbL Stfa nzom Sentinel. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. f ERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSOliiP'l TON: rVru. Vc.r... gs.an fiic M..th - - a on Ripc!r f!nnipi . 2i D ADVERTfTNO ; rtninrin!ire.orle.lt insert;;.,-. 2 50 Each mibeqont iii-rnun. - 1 25 Contrarts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. JOB PT?TNTTNT: Legal Blanks. Brief, Bill-Remls Let er Hends.CirrnlHr. Labels, Onrds. Program mes, etc , printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatrh. tyCnrreney taken AT PAR when pny Bent are mnde in advnnre. J. P. HARGRAVE, FRKSCOTT ARIZONA C. W. 0. ROW ELL, VUHA .ApiZONA - T .' 1 f Will attend to legal businessln all the Court! of the Territory , and Supreme Court of the United States. J. E. MoCAFFRY, tfar ti y at g n w, TCC30S... ARIZONA, Will practice in ai'. the Courts of the Territory. HENRY Iff. ALEXAND...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 March 1874

$5 per Tear; Six Months ?;$3. WM. J. BERRY .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY March 21, 1874. THE'TEXAS AUD "PACIFIC . RAILWAY. . If any argument "was wanting to show the great necessity of the , Immediate coristrnctioti of this great transcontinental thorough fare, is certainly furnished in the "recent, blockade of the Union and Central Pacific by snow. The telegraph informs that the road was completely blockaded for a stretch of fifty miles. Travel stopped, mails stopped, and all trafic impeded, beside the great - suffering of the passengers -eft-route from the extreme cold. But this is no new thing. It has been so every winter since that mad txrns pnTisrriirted- 'tand will always he so on that line, unles theclimate should change, which is not very probable. Thisstate of things being known to the .whole country, it is a great Wonder that the American peo ple do not rise en-mase and de .xqand the.immediate construction 4nfa railway below the snow line. The route of the Texas Pacific is...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 March 1874

9 329 Sansomc 8t...i...San JFrancixco. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Mi Hi. ;:Geiferal i'Merctendise, i; Invite attention to the best se lected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, con sisting, in part, of t ' Groceries, Provision ?trjw & lzqz os, CIOAKS A '.OBVCO, Tanle and Pocket -Cli ; , TINWARE, CRO'CKEY, IRON', STEELn BOLTS, NAILS SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS. sporting goOd. wagon-lubber, etc. rifts' t ; tots' . . Furni'&hin-g G o ods., BCOTS & SHOES, . , - I . CLOTHING , . . if ETC. . And are pnn'ptarttlv and reorulnrlv rerefvine hy f very s tea nieT, fresh California products, consisting of BUTTER. rnEESE, BA'OV. -ONIONS, fBEANR. ' 'Tf AM. POTATOES BARLEY? ' CORN. J WHEAT... CORN MEAT.! BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. CALIFORNIA and -OREGON FLOtTR CFTTTNO A rOrsNFX FRUITS AN VEGETABLES, etc. VniMithor cpifh a tnp.nit assort-1 mAt adapted to this country. All LiVut Haskell, who has just re cf which i off red at prices which turned from California. Several Til .FY COM...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 March 1874

misceela we y. The St. 'Louis Republican says that the Boston tea-party of a hunhred years ago was a Ku-Klux affair. Beecher sys' there fs about as much religion in the act of put ting a horse-shoe over the door for good luck ns in putting a gilt edged bible on the center table for the sdme purpose. The extravagant habits of the fair sex reminds us of the saying! of Shrtkpeare, that "women is a dh-h for the gods if the devil dress her not, for in every ten that they make the devil mars five." The epitaphs of Dakota papers are "very pathetic; Jim Burnett lias been shoveling snow, from whh'h he caught a bad cold and died. He won't have to shovel snow where he has gone to. "Good morning, Mr Pecksniff." said a printer in search of female compositors, "have you any daughters who would make good type-setters?" "No; hut I have a .wife who would make a very "good devil." "Will you have some straw berries?" asked a lady of a guest "Yes. madam, I eat strawberries with enthusiasm." ,4Do tell? ...

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