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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 August 1874

- " 1 , L 1 - ' M . r- ' 'nijr . ",jf : v" , .'f fiA k --v.1! -till - r,, ;;.! i "i ,iNi?P'E'isrDEN:T in all, things. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. f'TfV m in- . YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, ,1874. v :1 ;no,-2L "EttbliKBafery Sairciayj by- ? " Editor and Proprietor. Sir MonthY, . . ; i . . . . -.'. 3 nn Single ;Coji?i --- 51 a;-.2: ADVERTISING- One. tnfic(nrHrtt)f....r$2 50 Each m'il)f'fijnpnf tnsprtinrL, . . 1 25 CnnFfarts by'iH'e' year on'quarter at re ducea rates., T. k. A sqnare consists of ten lines'bf this. !2atyperv , r TiOB RTNTTN'g : IaljBlankB, Briefs, Bl)-Head. Letfer Hjan. Circulars. Labels.Cards.Prngratn metf eta.sprinted in every jjtylo, with neat nes,and, dispatch,- a. - -. j BTCTuiTfiney'fafe'e'n 'AT'pAri when pay meDte'ftro made in advance. ' G: Wn. G. ROWELL. I . 1 - ' Will attend to legal bneineVsIn all the Cnurts"of the- Tprfitoryand- Suprrime CouTtof -the Uuited States. ; - r. tf- . - ARIZONA, Will 'practice 'in all ihe' Courts of the uprntory. S ' " ' HENRY N. ALEXA...

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. — 22 August 1874

per Year; Six Months1 $3. WJf. J. BEBitY Editor. BP" YUMAA. T. SATURDAY, A DG. 22, 1874. Self reliance. This is ond of the most happy, useful and nobte traits of the hu man "character. When a man possesess this innate power he is in many cases proof against the despondency and gloom that take possession of him who, thwarted In his plans has no.self reliance to s sustain him and gives up in des pair. But self reliance is not al "ways innate, perhaps not gener ally so. It. is often acquired by the severe lessons of life that we all have to learn in a greater or less degree. Arnd happy is he who . learns theSe lessons well and applies thena to his own improve' ment .for thereby he gains strength and power to meet and successfully wrestle with the ills of life. In regard to innate, predisposi tion, that is, certains-ideas and traits stamped upon the human mind at the moment when exis tence begins; philosophers differ. Some even deny that there is any such thin. But there doubtless are c...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 August 1874

JKAXNt St., YUMA, A. T. TJTE SEN Til EL. SATURDAY, - - - August 22nd. DEAEER 'XN 1 'Perfnmry. Soaps "!omT', and BniRhfff. Tniw Snpport r era, nnd Shoiildpr-BracPS, ; Fancy nft Toilet Article. "Krnspnri " Oil. Ltimrn-and 'PhimriBva. (5rM nnd Garden Spo1. R'asd, Putty. Paints, 'Oil. V,mws and Dve 8TUFF3. "PATENT MEDICINES', Ac. tPhyMCtnns Prescriptions nnd private Reefints uut un with creat care, and warranted ofthe best articles. All orders correctly answered. Good selected with great care and war ranted as represented. Also Sewlne-Ittaclilne Needles, 11 &e. Acent for GROTER Vfc BAKER'S "Bewlns Machine, and tlie Com- "ylete "Wamfeer feb7-tf LOCAL MATTERS. Teto Board of supervisors hav.e fixed the rate of taxation for the year 1874 at $3 10 on the $100-00. The nights are growing cool and delightfully pleasant, and tli ere is every' sign of an early and beautiful fall. Persons bless ed with clear consciences can now obtain peaceful sleep. X'Samter's store, Main street second door s...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 August 1874

.11 JO When a man parts his hair in the middle .the crease is very apt t?strikVin6 thebraifir irr A hen in Carlyle, Pa., is exer cising the civil right of laying black eggsN. , . .Rochester thieves have become so hardened that they steal police men hatsj u Jr They, hatfegoti so particular in IndkfcR i Hkm &ey worP t?lef women take their knitting to church. A burglar wen? through nine houses in Charleston, S. C, and all he realized was an old watch andla .bifrdmTdog. They now make flour barrels out of paper., but nothing can as tonishone whphas seen Congress men made out1 of basswcod. The solemn Arab thus curses his enemy:. "May his face be turned upside.down, and jackasses bray on1 his grandfather's grave." Why is the first chicken of a brood like the foremast of a ship? Becausf iV.s a little for'ard ofr.the main hatch. ji- Puss woks hard all day, nd don't do enny thing, goes tcf-'bed tired at night, then gets up next morning and ""begins agin whare sue leiwppn. Minings. A Wisco...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 August 1874

nzumi 7 sentinel J,y"' . INDEPENDENT IN ALT, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. WU ife ' YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1874. NQ, 2 BttHbwTEvery "Saturday, by . . Wr.,X BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. 'TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSORTPTION : On Ypnr.. t .J$!i 00 ?Six MnrthR 3 00 " Single Copies... ADVERTISING: "One sq'nnre, each insertion i $2 50 "Each subsequent-insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced mtea. , A sqnsre consists of ten Hnei of this ire type. JOB PRTNTTNG: Legal Blanks. Brief,!BilWHeads.Xpter- Hpads,'Circu1ar,Labe1s,'Cafds. Program hjps, et , printed in everysfyle, with neat new 'and dispatch. 'Currency taken at par-when pay ments are-made in advance. CVY. C. ROTVELL, YUMA ...ARIZONA Will attend "lo ipgal easiness in afl the Courts of the Territory, and Supreme Court of'the'Uuited States. 3. E. MoCAFFEY, - TUCSON...... ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. HENRY ff. ALEXANDER, Slitorrtctj tit Xatn, VtJMA .ARIZONA SKPFXIAL tftentlo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 August 1874

$5 per Year? Six Months ?$3. WM. j. BEREY Editor. YUMA, A. T. fcAJURD, AUG. 29, 1874. , v . POLITICAL. It is remarkable, to observe the calmness that seems to pervade the .whole Territory in respect to political matters, just now. Al though we are on the eve of an important election, there appears to be ntf excitement among the people: All is quiet iind-se"rene. The few candidates'who have an- r v ' v. . r. ' nounced themselves as willing to serve the dear people in the ca pacity of the highest office'in their gift'-'are ihe'dnly men who seem tpfeeUany interest in the grand result. But this may be the calm ness that precedes the storm, and there doubtless will be more feel ing, mdnifested-as-the election day draws near. We have often wish ed that there ihight be less feel ings exhibited -at our elections. Less of that rancor and bitterness that-is nearly always engendered during a political campaign, and le?s of the vituperation and per sonal abuse so often indulged in jboppqsing. c...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 August 1874

$ttjiptaftd 'Store, AULA. (Street u. ' l-t - !i - . rl ... r SEEP ?OtJR -.of ..y;v "- ; I OPEN Bargains A&ki&ff.ahdtinice.stock of Qpnernl JJECHA-HDISE, . CONSISTING .OF "flnn.ifTnfthn'i RHk and Drr Roods 'r iNCY GOODS FANCY GOODS 'Furnishing Goods HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, ect. FKESH GO'ODS. Ti.. . ifj eoeiredby every -Steamer-fresh ege 'KjvtsblPB, .Choice Fancy ..Groceries, -PEOVI&ONS", Etc'. 1 l .. TBON & Wooden ware ? Crockery' and vX.P.LA-oSjV-A-RE. a&d all other, wares. INDfA-NOTIONSPATNTSV OILS, BRUSHES' ana ;8BOGMS. etc. MOKINGT0BACCO..GIGARS, WIN KS "Cfc Mil Vi TVERYTHING that Pprybody wants J2i WDjL be found IN sas.aiua.ia. "CHEAP FOR O ASH! GOLD . DU.ST . 'BQCUHT ! ! 'Highest Market .Prices Paifl For, All A RTZONA 0 WEXICAN J PfiODUCE OC 4 P.RODUCE jan 24-tf r . , Fire and Marine insurance. , COjVrMjERCIAL InanranoerGoinpany of California i .- CASH ASSETS, . . $350,000. Ofllde.No. S28 California fitreet, San T ' .Fxanciaco, .- .. r . . i-1 4' a. fw.KEELOG, '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 August 1874

MISCELLANY'. Colorado calls for more women It has scarely a single one. The girts of ah Jllfonis sem inary amuse themsevles by spit ting at a murk. What penance a man will un dergo for a pretty -woman who cares nothing about him ! A Chicago editor, who went out for a day's sport with the gun and rod, shot a forty-five dollar cow, and caught an old hat with a stone in it. Tweed said he did not care what the newspapers mid about him as tho men who voted for him could not read. It was those d- d cartoons that bothered him. There are thieves in Pennsyl vania who can almost equal ron gressman. They steal the cloth ing off of scare crows and chop up mile posts for fire wood. A mother advisnd hor nUiio-h. terto oil he hnh and fainted n it away when that plied. "Oh. no, ma; it spoils the centlamnn'R vr A preacher in Pensacola,-Florida, was recently -compelled to break off in. the midst nfliis the frogs near the church keeping tr ouy.ii o.il upjimr mat nis con gregation couldn't hear tnm. A ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 September 1874

nznnu tsnrY i Ms, m .f: j INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1874. YOL. III. It rmm mtml Published Every Saturday, by l$rM.j; BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance & d SUBSCRIPTION : OneYar Sj JO Six Months 3 00 Single "Copies 25 ADVERTISING: 'One iqnare. each insertion $2 5.0 Each subsequent insertion 1 2o Contracts by the year or quarter at re-.-ncpd rates. Asquare consists of ten linei of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter- Heads, Circular?, Label, uaras, rroRrnm mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat new anddispatcb. igrCarrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. C. W. C. R0WELL, 'ttvvut& at gauj YUMA ARIZONA Will attend to legal business in all the Ceur.t; f tbe Territory, and Supreme Court of the United States. J. E. MoCAPFRY, Uur u y t ?! TUCSON. ARIZONA, .. Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory'. HENRY H. ALEXANDER, "Itaq at fm, yiJH...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 September 1874

per Tear; Six Months - $3. VTUL. J. BERRY .Editor. YTTMA., A- T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1874. MAKE HOME ATTRACTIVE There is probably no expendi ture of time or money that yields a better interest thftri that given to render attractive the place we call home. If we look at it mere ly from a business point, there is nothing that enhances the valine of property so fast as the lutle embellishments, so easily and cheaply made that any roan not un Invalid or a- drone can have around him. T$ut the, moral and social influence of attractive homes is priceless It goes with us through life wherever we may wander. The boy or the girl reared in. a' home where in addi tion to the cultivation of the moral smd social virtues, that home was surrounded by the beautiful productions of nature, can never forget it. The wander ing foot-sore traveler, on the rug ged mountains or in the burning desert, thinks of the home of his childhood. ""In everv clime the magnet of his eoul. Touched by remembrance trembles...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 September 1874

AT7Wroifa-,.THE SENTINEL; , Colorado Store,. SILA Street - - YUMA, A. X I KEEP YOUR OPEN for Bargains Large an"3! rhmv stork nf Gnral MERCHANDISE, CONSISTING ' i- - ,- 'OF' ; ooti. Cot'nn. fiilW 'nvDrT Good JFANCY GOODS FANCY GOODS Furniebing Good ATS, SOOTS, SHOES, ect. . FKESH GOODS. Brrmed by fTry Ntpmpr frsh Ycgf' tables. Choice Funey Groceries, PE0Y1SI0NS, Eto. I RON Jfc WoooVnwar Crockery and ULkAcoW AKti, aud all other wares T NDJA NOTIONS. PaJWTS. OILS. BRUSHES apd BROOMS, etc. -OMOKINO TOBACCO. CTOARS. O WINES-& LIQUORS. EVTPYTHING thst vtrvhov wnt WILL be found IN my STORE. 'CHEAP FOR CASH! GOLD DUST BOUGHT!! Highest Market Prices Paid For All PRODUCE iX III PRODUCE jan 24-!f YUMA EXCHANGE. Redtindo and Froank, Ttk pU'aonre in annosnnc to their ?rifn5 And tins potlic -a ' tho open ing of t&etr Saloon on BXwn Street, year the Steamboat Landing. Their stock of ijfi'fiesj Ziquors Cigars CNKOT BE '8URPAS.3ED ANYWHERE . FOR ' EXCELLENCE OF QUALITY. To tfceiSaloon is att...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 September 1874

MISCELLANY. Injun probabilities : "Mebbe snow next week; mebbe heap damn hot." It is considered a pretty well settled fact that death has no ter rors for the man who marries a woman after thirty years court ship of her. A smart young granger in Lac Qui Parle, Minn., has this year set out 9,000 forest trees, besides sitting up five nights in every week with a redhaired young wo man of great beauty. A stout old woman got mad, Saturday, because a nhotoerraDh- er wouldn't let her fan herself while she had her picture taken. Detroit Free Frees. An ingenious young School ma'am in Polk county, Oregon, has invented an effectual process to subdue refractory urchins. She stands them on their heads and pours water down their trousers legs. Superstition worked disaster in the case of Mrs. Peru, of Delta, Iowa, who postponed her daugh ter's Weddinc four t.impq in nrdor to get a sunshiny day! When she got such a day the bride; groom concluded not to marry. There is something cordial in a fat man;...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 12 September 1874

cnfincl. 4f lama HI INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YOL. III. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1874. Site girfeoim'-MneL published Every Saturday, by TriiT- j: beery, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS--Id variably-iii Advance , SUBSCRIPTION: Ore Yar rv. $;"S 00 Siz. Months.- f;..r 3 00 Single Copies....... t , ,25 ADVERTISING: . One sqnare, each insertion... $2 50 'Enoh subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at ro- duced rales. . A square consists of ten lines of this eizo typo. JOB PRINTING: "Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every 'style, with neat ness' and dispatch. lyCufrenoy taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. G. TV. C, HOWELL, ttaxnetj at hmj, YUMA ARIZONA Will attend to legal business in all the Courts of the . Territory,, and Supreme Court of the United States. J. E. MoCAFFBY, a w TUCSON.:'.w.;...i '.. ..'ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territ...

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. — 12 September 1874

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WI. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, 1874. Keteorological Record of Port Yu ma, California, for the tfonth of inguBt, 1874. 7 a.m. 2 p.m. 9p.ra Thermometer Mean of dry Mb 8267 7164 99 54 78 74 89.09 75.58 wnt Highest by Mr. Thermometer,! at.. .11 J Lowest Min. " 12th. ..69.12 Mean temperature during month 90 10 Maximum night of Barometer, 30th .29 880 Minimum " 1st.. .29560 Days of raitf 3 Amount 2 inch & 20 centemt'ers. Average eloudineea . 1.63 DIRECTION OP. WINDS. 2J.........i 8 N. B: 12 E i , 12 8. E' ....16 8. 22 s. w...... 13 W 7 'N. W. 3 (Signed) JOHN DILLON, Hospital Steward, U. S. A. THE tlXAS ATTD PACIFIC RAILROAD. - In thriee months from tliis time a new. Congress will .convene" at Washington, and it is to be hoped that' matters pertaining to this great continental thoroughfare-, will receive its early and earnest attention. The elements compos ing this new Congress are riot ex actly those of the last, most of the members of...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 12 September 1874

YUMA EXCHANGE. ftedondo and Froank, Take pleasure in announcing to their friends and the public generally the open ing of their gaiooa on Mam Street, Near the Steamboat Landing. Their tock.pf, Wines, Higiiprs & Cigars ' ,; 'CANNOT BET' : THE SENTINEL SATURDAY, - - SEPT. mh. SURPASSED ANYWHERE BXCKLiLBNCE OF QUAl i i 7 To the &" B Waci"d. a P'nid the belt J-o'eln 'wi. In connection11 with the Saloon.i we have .f i .- ,0j o Me Largest and the t Best Corral in Yuma; ?hr teamsters and others can find Ample Aceoiamodialticms FK THEIR BESTS An well as Themselves. Plenty of ITay, Gratn and Water can always be found hero. Feb 1 tf LOCAL MATTERS. Wm. Barney left for San Diego by Wednesday evening's stage. Mrs C. W. 0. Koweli, arrived by stage from California last Wed nesday morning. Hon. Hiram & Stevens, can didate for Congress, is on his way to Yuma and will be here in a few days. A. Decker, Esq., of Gila Bend. came m oy monaay evening s stage and left by stage for Califor. 'nia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 12 September 1874

5 , MISCEI.IiAWT. The fool seeketh to pick a fly from a mule's hind leg-. The wise man letteth out the job to the lowest bidder. A chap who spent $1,500 to graduate from Harvard, is Post master in Iowa at $24 per year. Where would he have been but for his Latin and Greek? There is some good coming out of that affair, anyway. Isaac Blvther, a San Francisco religious enthusiast killed himself on ac count of the Beecher scandal. The reason why they didn't have court in Topeka the other day was because the judge "went to the bottom of the river on busi ness and didn't get back until fished up." When a Portland . woman chases her boy with' a broom, he runs down on a wharf and jumps into the water. When he comes out his face is washed; his mother does not know him, and he is safe. Thn rnlp. sndJlnnkin? vounsr men whom one sometimes meets i in the street are not consump tive; are not mourning the loss of a friend, and are not divinity student's. They are breaking in tight boots. A loving a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 19 September 1874

mlmcl. mam .-iii"tatht NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ,1V INDEPENDENT IN ALT, THINGS. VOL. fit YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1874. NO. 25. kwfiul YaWufeed "Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, t Editor and Proprietor. TERMSInvariablv in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: -Onr- Tf nr . . . $f 'Six Months -.....-. 3 iSingl" Copies.- ADVERTISING: )ne q re, each ina-rtinn ..$2 5i Each BufoRPqtirtiT insertion J yh Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A -fquare consists of ten lineB of this aize type. .JOB PRINTING: Letral Blanks.TJriefn, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars'; Labels, Cards; Program mes, etc , printed in every stylo, with neat ness and dispatch. BTCurrenoy taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. . C. W. C. ROWELL, VUMA ARIZONA Wilt attend to legal business in all the Courts of the .Territory, and'Supreme Court of the Uuited States. j. e; moCaffkyv TUCSON i.. ARIZONA, Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. HENRY IT. ALEXANDER, 3faq at Xqih, vcma - ..arizoka to...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 19 September 1874

$5 per Year; Six Montbs $3. WIT. J. BBRR? Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY. SEPT. 19, 1874. - Political. Probably there never was a -time on the near approach of an important election, where there was so little feeling1 displayed and puch apparent indifference and unconcern as this community presents right now. Although in a little more than six weeks from this time, the general election, with all its mo- . mentous consequences, will come off, although there are doubtless candidates around, whose fatej hangs trembling in the balance, and who are willing to serve the dear people if a majority of them say through the ballot box that they desire their services, yet, there is really no excitement and nobody displays ariy anxiety about the matter. This is all right, but it is singular, when we reflect that our general election occurs only once in two years. mere are inree candidates in the field for Delegate to Congress, besides Hardy, (who we do not nonsider it worth while to count). None o...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 19 September 1874

i Wl Br HElfoltf Gf S; ED WARD B HELLINGS, (C.H. VAIL. SAIT RIYER iix)iiRiKaMrLL. ;T. . ' ABJ.ZONA. .32? being in full operation, 'w-e arc pre pared to fUrsish.the MARKET with a- ywrtib'-, of Flom which1 we 11 . t . . B&raatae 'Far Brapemr TO ANY MATOFCTUKED. IN THE TERRITORY. AND.'Fj-ULLY" . ; ) . " . i EQUAL to the ' very- best imported from California.. 7fe will keep constantly &n hand at the Milly midal our several agencies THft QUALITIES it'll If - f . ' , I.,-.' 63 FLOUR :i5;:501-i00. lb. sacks: SEMITILLA; 'CRACKED WHEAT S BRAN Hbe?al discount will made on regular rales tu merchants and others pur chasing targe quantities V AGENTS R Hooper &Co.5 'ST (J ( Ehrenberg ft 3& rorhGU .Prescott J'H- fi6?-; Wickenburg Moore & Carr... Maiicopa Wells E- S8h. Florence B. N. Fish & Co , Tucson Easi PhcBnix, Arizona, Tfll "SIN TINE I". SATURDAY, - - SEPT. 19th. LOCAL MATTERS. We publish the Governor's elec tion Proclamation in this issue. War. A. Weeninger, Esq. came...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 19 September 1874

MISCEIXANY. The Detroit "hired girl ring," now demands three beau nights & week. Fourteen women attended a dog fight .in Detroit ' the other day with their babies.- Fresh and beautifal and over sixty years of age is the latest description of Bismarck's wife. A Stark county, 111., woman committed suicide the other day because no circus company had visited her vicinity for two years. Young ladies who faint on be in; proposed to, may be readily restored by whispering in their ears that you were only joking. A Indy harber has been driven out of Dubuque by tbp married ladies of thnt place. The latter thought she scraped, acquaintance too easily. v A very slight difference That between a fashionable woman's ball-Toom toilet and her bath room toilet. An AlbanvMethod'steirl forces piety upon jier lover by making him say the Lord's Prayer every time he kisses her. Thfe best way of committing suicide, and of revenging your pplf on your neighbor at the same time, is to jump down his well. ...

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