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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 September 1874

mamii' -x - - - - , - - - . Af 3 -JN03EPENDENT IN ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.. vor. iii: YUMA, A. T., SATTJEDAT, SEPTEMBER 26, 1874. NO. 26. Jublished Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, 'Editor andProprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : Vro Year -- - jr. oo . 3 no ... 25 " agte Copies. ADVBRTlfN'G: r ?qnare, each Insertions.-. ,J52 50 'n.'h oiibspaupnt insertion ."-I 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re A sauare consists of ten lineB of this aize type. JOB PRINTING: Leffsl Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads . Letter Heads, Circulnre, Labels, Cards. Program- me, etc., printed m every style, with neat jiess and dispatch. tSTCurrency taken at par when pay merits are made in advance. Private to Young Men. Don't be too sudden about it Many a girl has said "no," when she meant yes," simply because her lover didn't choose the right time and pop the question gently. Takef a tfark eight for it .Have thebunds Closed, the cur tains down and the lamp turned most out. Sit near enoug...

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. — 26 September 1874

9fa ximm " jfonfinel - .per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BEItRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, 1874. For. Delegate to Congress. HIRAM S. STEVENS! We hoist the name of Mr. Ste ven at the head of this column, because we think, all things con sidered, that he is the man for the time and for the place. The office for which the name of Mr. Stevens is here presented is the highest and most important of fice that the voters of Arizona are 'called upon to fill. The Territories of the United States are each allowed a Dele gate upon the floor of the House of Representatives, and while they cannot vote upon any ques tion, they can introduce bills and advocate them upon all questions affecting the Territories. 5JButthe great work of aTerritoriar Delegate is- not upon the floor of the House. His work is with the Committees of either or. both Houses, in ad vocating the passage of such mea sures as are necessary for the be nefit of his Territory and its peo ple. This tjeing a patent truth,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 September 1874

6 CHEAP CASH STORE!- MAIN, f Street .yuniA, A. T. DEALER ;in GENERAL. t Merchandise, TTTEEPS.on hand and.is receiving.with 1 Every.Stcamer a,,full and, complet.3 jlssorlmenz. , . -t;fJr fcavt M-. Ge?iera'l Jf1d CJZ& jV5) ISJS. WHICH I WILL SELL AT THE S-I y-i N G r H J O full S i- - 4 MY MOTTO IS i . Small Profits ! '", and 1 Quick Sale's., , 'i innlOtf -. MBS. M. J. SMITH; : Zte of San .Diego, California, Would'reap'ecJfnlly. inform the citizens of Yuma, that Bhe has opened a . LADIES' AND : CHILDREN'S 8TORE On First street, in the house formerly o ' cupiedby Hall .Han Ion. CROCHETING, TATTING; TAPES TRY AND EMBRO- ' -TRY , COTfKTSTING OF Jttomans and Sofa Covers, Ladies' and Infante Sacques, Lamp and Toilet Mats, Collars, Trimmings, etc. ALL OF MY O WN MAKE, " Aad flold at reasonable prices. STAMPING, PINKING, BRAIDING Done to order. HP Orders will be promptly attend .ED'TO and NEATLY EXECUTED. ' A share uf the public, patronage is res pectfully solicited. feb28-tf Fire, and M...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 September 1874

MISCELLANY. . - -t t V .V They are so busy In Kansas that they spell it 11 worth. The nearest approach to a con fidance game is pulling a mule's Wnen a Chicago man can't lie on his back and go to sleep with out dreaminsr of his mother-in- law, it is considered a sufficient ground for divorce. . Some one wrote to Horace Gree ley if guano was trood to uut on potatoes. He said it might do for those whose tastes had hecomfi vi tiated with tobacco and rum, but he preferred gravy and butter. North Platte, Neb., was once a virtuous and happy town; not a swear was ever neard there, ana the people iust spent their time in preparing- for heaven. .Now all is changed. In an evil moment a brass band was organized. . "Whereas Patrick Maloney has fraudulently taken away several articles of wearing apparel with out my knowledge, this is there fore to inform him that if he does not forthwith return the same his name will be made public." A California temperance asso ciation limits the beverage of it...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 October 1874

0m INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY; OCTOBER 3, 1874. NO. 27. VOL. III. i em lite tfeona JStauM Published Every Saturday, by WM. J, BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advanoo SUBSCRIPTION : Or- Year "x Months ...v. ....J.... S.'j Cop.a . $5 00 . 00 . 25 ADVERTISING: Sae Bnrr. each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion ' 1 25 Contracts bylh'e yeaf or quarter at re duced rateB. . , , A ' square consists of ten lines of this tits type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanfes, Briefs, Bilj-Hends. Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Program me?, 'etc , printed in every style, with neat ae'Bs and dispatch. " EsTCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. The Fellow that Looks Like Me. v Max Adeler, who writes for a Philadelphia paper, has a friend named 'Slimmer, who deserves pity. He was going up to Read ing not long since, and when peaching the depot, he happened to look in the ladies' room. A woman sat there with a lot of b...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 October 1874

$5 per Teat; Six Months $3. WM. & B"EHEY....... .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, OCT". 3, 1874. For Delegate to Congress. HIRAM S. STEVENS! 3?he assurances that reach us from every direction and from all parts of the Territory, of the growing- popularity of Mr. Stevens are truly gratifying1. The solid men of Arizona, those who have at heart the welfare and prosperity of the Territory, hail with un bounded satisfaction the name "of Hiram S. 8tevens as their can didate for Delegate to Congress. They feel that of all the men in the field seeking that high posi tion, he is best qualified to repre sent our grbat Territory at the National Capital, and feeling thus, they are determined to elect him. The ball is rolling", and" it will gather force and momemtum on its onward course, and all the ef forts of Bean, Smith & Co. will be powerless to arrest' its progress. The people, the bone and sinew of the Territory, understand and appreciate true worth, and they are glad that at this tim...

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

ESrFitzgerald it;; Co., SaIt Stftrf ' " ' YtJIA A. .T. Dealers ik GENERAL .' , MERCHANDISE, ARE m Si 2 . A WiJLL SELECTED STOCK Oiu,. vt-'lcnn with n Uvtro frelvhT- S3 O 9 3 53. as S3. m CLOTHING Moots; dfeioeB, Slippers, 3 GENT'W URNISHING GOODS g Choice Imvorled and Cal ifornia 'nines cintf iauo?s oj eveTy vartety y -cavice brands ot Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated "Ameri- can juagie" jj we iuc. H' 8. PITZGBttAUD 'tf CO. 4 Marw jjl Surrort i Tiriwari I ? Valise ,rv CSlasavrare jtv S" 1" a . Trunks , ; . I cp ! crock j ,. ST3 . ' Crockery FiKEAHIlS I 5 p. - i MMif I T I ti S ' . ''.tv:' ...... li."..;.;'!" . . t c j '-' . '. ' ...... ...... We call Particular attenoii to OUR STOCK THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY, October 3d. XOCAXi MATTERS. C. "W. Stearns, Esq., of Phce nix, arrived by stage last Sun day evening. J. A. Moore, Esq. , of Maricopa Wells, left for home by stage last Saturday evening. If you desire to have the Terri tory honestly, ably and fairly re presented in Congress, vot...

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

MISCELLANY. An Oshkosh judge got four bars of soap for a marriage fee. At 9 o'clock at night, when you see the bis: "dinner with the han dle toward you, and the tail of tne comet in the bowl, it is about time to take a drink. 4 A Brooklyn arirl has iust reject ed a suitor because his arm wasn't long enough to go round her. She says if she is srointr to have a lover at all she means to have a good fit. We often hear of people who are too poor to marry, but a Cali fornia couple, who had been eng gaged for some time, married be cause they could not afford to keep two separate rooms in a boarding house. "How like its father it is!" ex claimed the nurse, on the occa sion of the christening of a baby whose father was over 70 and had married a young wife. "Very likely," replied a satirical lady, ''it hasn't a tooth in its head." Progression is the watchword of the hour, but in Missouri moth ers haul their disobedient chil dren over the knee and strike on the same. old spot that the Bo mans...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 October 1874

entttt r-r t I1 ' .INDEPENDENT IN AjLL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. -IH. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1874. NO. 28. f t l ' :L-i Published Every Saturday, by . u XWM. X JBERR Y 'it Editor and ' Proprietor. TERMSIu variably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : Cb Year $5-00 S s Months : 3 ,00 8m :a Ct)Dt- -25 O ADVERTISING One iqnare, each insertion. ;..$2 5fj Each subsequent insertion'. ....... 1 2n Contracts bythe "year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this Olio i;po. JOB ' PRINTING : Legal BlankBiiBriefji, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labftls, Cards, program mes, eft., printed j"n wery style, with neat ness and dispatch. - EF'Currency taken at par when pay ments ar& made m advance. iOVE, DRINK AND DEBT. Son of mine! the world before you - Spreads a thousand secret snares Round the feet of every mortal Who through life's long highway fares. These especial let me warn you, Are by every traveler met ; ' 1 "' Three to try yeur heart and virt...

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

55 per Year: Six Months $3, WfiL J. BERRY .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, OCT. lO, 1874. Meteorological Record of Fort Yu ma, California, for the Month of August, 1874. 7 a.m. 2p.tn 9p.tn Thermometer ar).i6 73.56 Highest by Max. Thermometer, 1st.. .105 Lowest " Min. " Q2i 60 Mem frmr-prxture during ttionfh 86 05 Mtximuuiiuuhlflf Barometer, 30th -29 ft20 Minimum " ' 6th. ..29 560 Days nf rain 1 Amnmit 25 centemters. Average cloudiness 0 77 DIRECTION OF WINDS. N - '...14 N. E . 18 .33 :-. 12 S. E : 7 10 S. W.. 12 W ...13 N. W 4 (Signed) JOHN DILLON, Hospital Steward, U. S. A For Delegate to Congress. HIRAM S. STEVENS ! STILL THEY COME. We mean .the sovereign people, the voters of Arizona, they are still coming and swelling the lanks of that grand army that will on the 3d of No vemher trium phantly elect Hiram S. Stevens, the people's independent candi date, Delegate to the Congress of the United States. Wherever Mr. Stevens goes, in his quiet and unostentatious tour through the Territo...

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

H. S, Fitzgerald Cb., MAIN. Street .iYUIKAjA. T. Dealers in GENERAL MERC H AN D I SE, ARE. ' mmom prigs; - jbl WEJili SELECTED' STOCK of ft 5. S3. 5 CLOTHING Boots, Shoes, Slippers, ? GENT'S FTTRNISHING GOODS Hhs dware M iri'r? Tinware Valise? Glassware JVC : 9 1 i ? Triiufo Clocks Crockery FIREARMS and A JHLA1UN ITlOtf; Choice Imported and Cal ifornia IHnes a?id Liquors of every variety ; choice b?a?idsof 2'obacco, i?iclud- inq the celebrated e 'Ameri can Fagle" Fine Cut. , " A ' ii. s. ftzgerX-ld. & co. We call Partionlar attention to OUR STOCK OP ST" '.: eg - H ? ' - -o' fS) M - I- - . v S I.'- " 2 ' " "I-!,- ;. -V5 vl. - - .- Tr.,. ; ::::MFlfw::::: " W Z.Z J3R jirr"m, ---------- ME SENTINEL. SATURDAY - - October 10th. LOCAL MATTERS. Chables Ebb and Wm. Thorn berry arrived last Monday even ing with two wagons loaded with excellent apples and pears and also a lot of fresh honey. They come from San Diego. - We are sorry to learn that an accident occurred to our iriend and fello...

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

t MISCELLANY. . 4 California wants it understood right off that women with big feet need't come out there to lec ture, a they wan't ttraw. Hear. tnat, old girls? An Iowa widower last week telegraphed an offer of marriage to Susan B. Anthony. She tele graphed back that she was on the retired list. At a social jrathferinp- in P!h inn- gO not a single one 'of the thirty seven persons :could repeat the Lord's prayer, but all present uou.u piay poser ana "cut-throat" And yet they say that the great aires were ioc a judgment. A diminutivfi hnndlum tooooi-. rested in San Francisco the other aay, aim on Jbeirg searched pan ned out one large sized revolver, a box of cartridges, a seven-inch bowie-knife, a paper of tobacco and a roll of cigarettes. An ox that had been eating fermented grain, which was in preparation for making alef. be came intoxicated, and was offered for sale by his owner as "corned,, fceef. John Cromwell, of Portland, offers to fight any man in Ameri ca for 10,000 and we. ...

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

(flic nana ., ... J' It ft- (" ! IN IMPENDENT' --IN AIlt THINGS,. . NEUTpAL IN NOTHINfei.. vol. m. YMA, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1874. tfO; 29. Published Everjr Saturday, by x TFilf.lj: BERRY, r Editor and "roprietorf" TERMS Invar ably in Advance SUBRCatTPTION:4 : One Year $5 00 S'r Months..! 3 00 S-ngle Copies I , ADVERTISING: One sanare.ea'ch 'insertion. i'...-. $2 HO Ench 8ub8pqtint-iner.tion -. 1 25 Contracts by the year or .quarter at re duced "rates.. , A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING-: Legal Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulnrs, Labels, Cards. Program mes, etc., printed in. every style, with neat ness and dispatch. fCurrency taken AT PAR when payments-are innde in -advance. GIVE "GTS BACK THE TAILS. If we, as Mr. Darwin says, Prom rao7ifcysare descended, Old Time, in changing things, hath not As yet the matter, mended. Descendants of otir ancestors Have not 6ueh timeH as they "Who had no rent of house, or tar Of government to ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 October 1874

1 $5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J.-BEREY , .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 1874. f of Delegate to Congress. HIRAM S. STEVENS ! PROGRESS IS THE ORDER OF THE DAY. Notwithstanding that the wheels of progress may for a time, in some localities, 'seem blocked; notwithstanding that bad men stand in the way of all advance ment in government, in morals jCnflg m everything that pertains "to human progress, yet they are powerless tor arrest the onward march of truth. And truth is the foundation of all true progress, and truth will always triumph in the end. A good, honest, patriot- . ici upright man, a friend to hu manity, to his country, and to the highest interests of civilization, permits himself to present his name to his fellow citizens, as a candidate for the highest office in their gift possessing qualifications of a high order and the confidence of all good men who knov; him, and he is immediately set upon by a pack of unscrupulous men, who endeavor to blacken his character ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 October 1874

GoIojp4t tie, UELA Street - '. ' jCMA.t A.T . XEE? YOUR fdr Bargains Large and choice stock of General MERCHANDISE,. CONSISTING OF rr.pleo. Cotton. Silk anil Dry. Goods jFANCT GOODS PANOY GOODS Tutor K Mb Furnishing -Goods 55 ATS, BOOTS, SBOES, Ct, FRESH GOODS. eceired by every 8teamer fresh Vege- ibuicb, vuotca r aooy .uroceriBB, PEOYISIGNS, Etc. T RON & "Wpodenware Crockery and j. ULiABtsw AtthJ, and all other wares. INDIA NOTIONS, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES ana BROOMS, etc. MOKING TOBACCO, CIGARS, WINES & LIQUORS. TyP.RYTHING that everybody wants J' WILL be found IN or STORE vOHE AP FOR CASH! GO LD DUST BOUOHT ! ! Highest Market iPiices Paid For All A PRODUCE 0 111 PRODUCE jan24-tf . ,P,AINTIN0! ffSHE UVDERSIGNED. Respectful! C ntifi"a ttxt filblio that to ia Los&tod iii the Tows of Yuma, For Uteearposeofcarryingflp the Bs.me$a iOUSE, SIGN, AND- CARRIAGE Andh.ope by strict attention to -busings and GOOD WORK, a share of the the "To merit and reeeivo public patronage. His p...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 October 1874

MISCELLANY. Montana is very short of "wo men. There's many a man hath iri6re hair than wit. ShdEespeare. Brigham Young says oT the scandal: "Well I s'posed I'd do just as Beecher did." Josh Billings says, "Tew enjoy a good reputashun, giv publicly and steal privately." An enterprising "Yankee pro poses 'to boil 'down the Beecher scandal, and bottle it for bed bug poison. The London crrHcs f say that these Hamerican hactors karn't pwonounce Hinglish, you know, to save their hize. 'ang 'em! The Saratoga belles merely taste food a.t the table, but fee the waiters to bring a square meal up the back stairs. Ghicaero .soda water sells at ten cents a glass, and the man who i drinks it would give fifteen cents if he hadn't uone-it. The girls at Vasar College are learning to swim. Fourteen of them got into a wash tub at once, so as to give each other the neces sary courage. A. Chicago 'paper says that not I one man in hlty knows now to carry a ladder easily. The best way is for a man to carr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 October 1874

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. " I NEUfR AJI UJJ , , VOL. III. YUMi, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1874 NO. - 30. Published Every Saturday, by , WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance S L : iiJSO R IPTION One Yrnr f C-.s Months . S Single Copies ADVERTISING : '-One square, encli insertion --.$2 50 .Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by tho year or quarter at re dnced hups. A square consists of ten lines of this -size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, JProgram mre, etc., printed in every style, witbneat- ness and dispntcn. OCurrency taken AT par when pay ments are made in advance. THE BASHFUL LOVER. "Ah, well! John came to-night and stood For lull an hour beside the bars ; And we two watched, between the trees, The glimmer of the moon and starsr John acted very strange. I think I wish I knew the reason-why ; I really thought he meant to say Something to-night beside good bye ; John's coming bore q...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 October 1874

he Srfeona Sentinel $5 p8r Year; Six Months $3 WE J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATT'EDAV, OCT. 24, 1874. For Delegate to Congress. HIRAM S. STEVENS ! "TRUTH IS MIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL." This axiom is onp of fho most . self "evident and sublime that ha ever been enunciated by man. It has been handed down through all the ages, and is as fresh and true to-day as whn first uttered. "Truth is mighty and will pre vail." "It came from Heaven, its power nrch angels knew When this fair would first rounded into view." Man, with all the degradation to which he sometimes descends, with all the falsehood and chi . canery to which he sometimes resorts to carry a point, is power less to annihilate truth. He may by cunning, specious equivocation and unblushing falsehood, seem for a time to crush it, but he can not kill it. It rises a-ain in all its majesty and power. In the language of the gifted poet Bry ant, Truth crushed to earth will rise again, The eternal years of God are her's , While error,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 October 1874

GolQado Store, GILA Street YUMA, A. T KEEP YOUR OPEN for Bargains A R Lnree and choice stock of General MERCHANDISE. CONSISTING OF ooleD. Cotton, Silk Rnd Dry Goods FANCY GOODS FANCY GOODS fofe' K (Kent's Furnishing Goods HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, ect. FRESH GOODS. eceired by every Steamer fresh Vege tables, Choice Fancy Groceries, PROVISIONS, Etc. IKON & Woodenware Crockery and GLA8SWARE. and all other wares. "NDTA NOTTONS, PATVTS. OILS, BRUSHES and BROOMS, etc. s E MOKTW? TOBrra OTG4RS, WINES & LIQUORS, VFFYTHING that everybody wants WILL be found IN my STORE. THE SENTINEL, SATURDAY, - - October 24th. IjOCAIi MATTERS. A press of important political matter has crowded out our tele grams this week. The Son. C. C. Bean, arrived from Tucson by Tuesday evening's stage, and.departed for Prescotfc via Phoenix, on Thursday morn ing. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. A special meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Yuma county, A. T., was held Wednesday Oct. 21st at 10 a. m., pursuant to notice give...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 October 1874

MISCELLANY. A TovaB mart Irnnws llimSPlf trr.1l UnoafHnnrn on 1 hnf, hr.llltl- far Minhican. should be saloon in town to close up. Mrs. Marv Strain, of Pittsburgh, A Boston clergyman expresses That kind hearted gentleman v tvifh fwn rlnllnrc ?n pnJn vpsfpr- iew nours larer. Almost every house in Northern Iowa Ins a piano, nut the only inriir iiHVMi nil iiieiii is fvtn i i i..ui i it... mill v. A p-pnflpmnn. nn nrpspnt inp- a o - -i i . . -jirpfuUv: "Do not lpt anv nnp p!?p uuiuiriu nwt u i ii . jl win iciivc 1 !L 1 It TO -1 T !1I it of." she replied." When a well- known Omaha iiihi iiit'eus si iimii:t-m;ui mm iiitini.-i 1IM (llilf'l'r I1 Ml 1 M.IIIl Nil IIIIWII ill ti i hv :iiifi !-- inn 1 1 i n ir iur i.tim rx .. rifiur 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 r mir, iiim huh A young lady at a Western Hiiiunr:tiii"H iiiHKi iiitr.ssiiii: - rirHin- An individual lately committed num. Liit't'i iiMi vvii ii n h nr vi'i urn ?i 1 1 . i v;i?s iiiiri'ii nun i i ivH Kill pan? i nnvR ninnen r mvsp r. in "Now, th...

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