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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 October 1874

INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, OCTQBER 31, 1874. YOL. III. NO. 31. CHARITY. FRANK MAC. " Charity never faileth,'' The tongues of men may cease, But still the silent sermon Ofmercy, love and peace1; By loving hearts and willing hands In kindly nets are taught; In silpnee and in secret, The noblest deeds aro wrought. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year : -U0 ;Six Months .TT. rnT-t 3 00 ."Single Copies... 25 ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion $2 50 .Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at ro- duced rates A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heans, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Program mes, etc., printed in every stylo, with neat ness and dispatch ESPCurrency taken at pah when pay ments are made in advance. The English Language. Morse's system of telegraphy is a powerful ...

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. — 31 October 1874

te Slrfeona $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A."T. SATrup VY, OCT. 31, 1874. For Delegate to Congress. HIRAM S. STEVENS ! THE DAY IS AT HAND. Yes, when the sun sinks behind the horizon next Tuesday even ing the people will have spoken, the fiat will have gone forth, the die will be cast; and whether for weal or for woe, the verdict of the people will be irrevocable. Fellow .citizens the duty we have to perform next -Tuesday is not a light and trivial one, but a serious one and full of importance. On that, day we have to say who shall represent this great Territory in the halls of Congress for the next two years. After canvassing the merits of the different candidates in the field, their ability, their availability, their location, to gether with the interest which they each personally have in the welfare and prosperity of the Ter ritory, we are forced to the con clusion that Hiram S. Stevens is the man for Delegate to Congress, and such will be the verdict of t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 October 1874

CHEAP CASH STORE! JIAIN Street YUI1IA, A. T. DEALEB, in GENERAL Merchandise, KEEPS on hand and is receiving with Every Steamer a full and complete assortment OF C IT A JVS) IS JZ . WHICH I WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST TJOSSIBE I VINO X RICES. MY MOTTO IS Small Profits and Quick Sales. janlOtf MBS. M. J. SMITH, Late of San Diego, California, Wonld respectfully inform the citizen, of Yama, that she has opened a LADIE8' AND CHILDREN'8 jFnmistiing anitannj Mk STORE On Firat street, in the housA formerl oc cupied by Hall Hanlon. Crocheting, Tatting, Tapes try and Embroidery, consisting op Ottomans and Sofa Covers, Ladies1 and Infants1 Sacques, Lamp and Toilet Mats, Collars, Trimmings, etc. ALL OF MY OWN MAKE, Aad sold at reasonable prices. STAMPING, PINKING, BRAIDING Done to order. Orderfi will be PROMPTLY ATTEND RD TO and VKATLY EXECUTED. A shar of the public patronage is res pecrfully solicited. feb'28-tf PAINTING! THE UNDERSIGNED Respectfully notifies the public that he haB Located in the ...

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

1 MISCELLANY. A Boston woman lias put $280 vorth of lace on a nightgown. Now the Sultan of Turkey ' wishes he were dead." Dr. Arary Walker is there. A solemn-eyed mnn with a wart on his nose, Created a great deal of mirth, By stumping Ins too in front of a bank, And sitting flat down on the earth, Joaquin Miller is getting quite a reputation abroafl as the talent ed American who is too mean to have his haircut. Old S welkins is so parsimoni ous that he won't turn over on his bed at night for fear he will wear his drawers out A father in Wisconsin offered his son five dollars to take a drise of castor oil. and then got a coun terfeit bill off on the boy. Button-hooks are worn by the sweet females of Vassar college, to draw up bologna sa usages from the ground to the third story win dow. Plenty. Women have be come so plenty in Nevada that a cross-eyed female with her front teeth out is allowed to shoulder her own trunk and carry it to the hotel. Bret Harte is said to be con stantly ha...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 November 1874

jl INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. III. UiIA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1874. NO. 31. Published Every Saturday, by . JV WM. J. BEERY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SI713?wTpTTON : vo: r - ' - ar, nn M-.n tii 3 00 jnoiPqnare; each ineprtion. .,2 50 mibauer rtion 1 25 a : . tin. year or quarter at re- du.c-u :c . A" square si?o type. consists: of ten lines of this JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circularf , Labels, Cards, Program nics, etc., printed in erery stylo, with neat nesB and diBpatch. GiPCurrency taken at par when pay roepts are made in advance. AT MY MOTHER'S GRAVE. -BY GEOIIGE I. JMIENTICE. The trembling; dew drops fall Upon the shutting flowers like souls at rest ; , The stars shino gloriously and all, Save mo, arc blest. Mother! 1 love thy gravel The violet with the blossom blue and mild, "Waves o'er !by head wnon shall it ware Abovo thy child 1 "fia n sweet flower yet must Its bright leaves to the...

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 November 1874

$5 per Tear; Six Mouths $3. WJL. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1874. IT IS OVER. Ye3, it 19 overhand wo are glad of it. Although the election cam paign just closed has been of pe cuniary benefit to us, we are glad it is over. It has been of benefit to us in the large amount of print ing that we have had to do, for which we have received the cash, in addition to our regular patron age. We are glad that our general election is biennial, and that two years will elapse before the peo ple will be called upon again to erect the regular instalment of officers. When that time shall roll around God only knows where we or any of u3 will he. Some will doubtless be here, readv to buckle on the harness for another campaign, while others m the or der of nature, will have "gone where the wondvine-twineth," will have taken their allotted place in that undiscovered coun try, where there are no elections, hut where the Supreme Huler of the Universe reigns and holds His office by righ...

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

CHBAE CASH STORE! 4t IttAIN Street YCjlAA. T. DEALEE. in GENERAL Merchandise, - V:wr 'T'T5EPS on band and 'is receiving with 1 Every Bteaioer.fa Jail and' 'complete jlssortnie?ii r 2l . -..OF. --'-" L-. - ?-" ral ft -WHICH 1 WiLI- SELL AT TnE T)SSIB8 IS II i " ' f T if - :SmaU Profits"' W and -. Quick Sales. janlOlf MSB. M. J. SMITH, : Jjate of San Diego; California, Would- respectfully .inform the citizen Of Yam, thbt.ihe baa opened a LADIES' AND CH ILDREN'8 . , iimistring anflnmij (Soni. STORE On Firit tr, ln-the" houao formarl oo cupied by Hill Hanlob. 'Cboohbtinq, Tatting, Tapes tby and Embroidery, con8ibtinq of -Ottomans and Sofa Covers, Zadiii and Infants Sacques, Cottars, Ir-iTjtrr.inge, c. LL or MY OWN MAKL, , -. at reasonable pri4 Done to order. 7..'' HT Orders will be PlioMPTLT attend ED TO and NEATLY EXECUTED. A share of the pnMie patronaije is ree peotfully Bolicitd. ' feb28-tf PAINTING! THE UNDERSIGNED R8pectfalljr netifiei the publio that he has Located in the Town of ...

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

MISCELIAWY.' JBrigham young's last wife is a good-looking Irish woman. If a man dreams the devil is af ter him, it is a sign that he had better pay his subscription bill. A Vermont editor says that maple sugar is so abundant in that Stat3 this season that the girls are, twenty per cent, sweeter than usual. Another wild woman with noth ing to wear, frequents the forest in TTninn Parish. Louisiana. She is supposed to have escaped from some fashionable watering place. The poor people of Rochester are without ice and a missionary is trying to get them to take to hymn books in place of it. The Chicago people are racking their brains in an attempt to dis cover the relationship involved in the following:: Two widowers mar ried each othes's daughter; both have children; what relationship do they bear to each other. JLftor throwing1 eight boys over the fence, out of a watermelon patch, a Clay County woman charged them especially: "Now see 'ere boys, ye'Il keep this thing up till ye get me ri...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 November 1874

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YOL. in. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1874. NO, 32, $fa battel Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : Year.... $5 00 x Months 3 00 raiuglo Copies . 25 ADVERTISING: -One uiiare, eftcu iusertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square oonsistB of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, CardB, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. EPCurrency taken at par when pay ments are ma'de in advance. NOBLE LIVES. There are hearts that never falter In thebattle of the right ; There are ranks that never alter Watching through the darkest night. And the agony of shaiing In the fiercest of the strife Only gives the noble daring, Only makes a grander life. Tbaro are those who never weary, Bearing, suffering and wrong, ' ...

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

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. 'WM. J., BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, NOV. 14, 1874. Meteorological Record of Fort Yu ma, California, for the Month of October, 1874. 7a.m. 2p.m 9p.m Thermometer Mean of dry bulb wet ' 73.45 62.54 Highest by Mux. Thermometer.lOth.. .98 Lowest ' Min. " 23th. ...51 Mean teniprature daring month 74 35 Maximum night of Barometer. 29th .30 060 Minimum , " 24th... 29 600 Dave of rain .- 1 Amount ISJcentemtrs Average cloudiness : 1 99 DIRECTION OF WINDS. N 14 N. E 13 E 8 8. E 5 S 9 a. w is W 15 N. W. : 14 " (Signed) JOHN DILLON. Hospital Steward. U S. A. THE MINING INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. It is unnecessary to say at this late day that Arizona possesses great natural resources. The fact is admitted by all who know any thing about the Territory. These natural resources may bp briefly summed up as agricultural, pas toral and mineral. That we have agricultural lands capable of pro ducing anything that is grown on the facej of the earth for the sus tenance of ma...

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

MBS. M. J. SMITH, LvU of San Diego, California, Would respectfully inform the citizens f Tana, that ihe baa opened a LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S nnnsjiingQiniannifiniiii STORE ih First street, in the house formerl oo onpied by Hall Han Ion. Crocheting, Tatting, Tapes try and Embroidery, consisting of Ottomans and Sofa Covers, Ladies' and Infant Saoques, J -amp and Toilet Mats, Collars, Trimmings, etc all op inr o ivj7 make, And sold at reasonably prices. Done to order. HP'Ordere-will be promptly attend ED TO anl NEATLY EXECUTED. A share of the'public .patronagA is res pectfully solicited. frb28-tf PAINTING! fpHB UNDERSIGNED Respectfully I netifies the publio that be has Xoostefl in the Town of Ynma, iFer the psrpese of carrying on the business (MOUSE, SIGN, AND - CARRIAGE Asi fccres by strict attention to busines GOOD WORK, To merit and r&Cuivo u buhTo of tuo public patronage. His present place of business is at the "Wagon and Blaokomith shoo of Horner & Donaldson, on GILA 8TREET...

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. — 14 November 1874

MISCELLANY. "Men scorn to kisR among themselves, And scarce would hiss a brother; But women wa to kies so bad. Tbey kiss and kiss each other." When a widow in any neigh borhood sets her cap for a young man, there isn't one chance in a million for any young woman to win, even if she holds the four aces. An old gander was recently kill ed in Virginia at the age of nine ty. The name of the fortunate boarding house that drew the prize is not given. It seems hard to see an Indiana polis woman of sixty-five seeking a divorce because her husband wouldn't let her wear a read dress to camp meeting. Garters with monogran clasps are now all the fashion with pret ty girls. The style is said to be convenient and elecrant, and we hope to see more of it. Mrs Nye, of Iowa, can get sup per, split kindlings, wash the dish es, milk two cows and feed the hogs while her five hoys and two girls are playing a game of cro quet. "Ben. Billings stole cattle and then lied about it, so his friends took him out...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 November 1874

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YOL. III. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21; 1874. NO. 33. INDEPENDENT IN AI.L. THINGS. She rmm J5fnthwl. Published Every Saturday, by W3T. J. BERRY,. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year : ix Months 3 00 Single Copies ; -" 25 A DVERTISING; One aqnnre, each ihwrBmi 2 J0 i wibfpfj nit insertion 1 25 r, Ttractpt v the year or quarter itt re- A Fquare consists of ton lines of this tire type. JOB PRINTING: Lecnl Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter- Heads. Circulars, Labels, Cards, Proeratn vats, etc, printed in overy stylo, with neat ness and dispatch. EPCurre.ncy tflken at pak when pay ments are made in advance. DO 'THEY PEAT FOB ME ? I &ee the old house in mydreains, I see my vacant chair Exactly as it used to stand, "With loved ones gathered there : By day these charming visions come, By niRht they brighter be; And with them -always come9 the tho,Uffhi , -Do they ever pray for met' Brtween us rolls remorrelessly Three teou...

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

$5 per Tear; Six Months $3, WM. J. BEREY .. .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, NOV. i, 1874. KEEP COOL. In the great whirligigl of life, In the vicissitudes that we all have to encounter in a greater or less degree, in passing through this sublunary sphere, this in junction is very often appropriate and pregnant with the deep phi losophy. That genial poet and philosopher, John G. Saxe, sums the matter up in this short verse : 'Since through the world we're bound to dodge, If we a living set, We may as well dodge oo right cool, And not get in a fret " And that other philosopher, we have forgotten his name, express es the same admonition in the Eleventh Commandment, as fol lows':. "Fret not thy gizzard," all of which means "keep cool." Oh, how much of human misery would be avoided if all men and women too, would regard this in junction. How many people of both sexes, now under the ground would still have been walking the earth, useful and happy mem bers of society, if they had learn ed to...

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. — 21 November 1874

NOTICE SHIPPERS! THE COLORADO STEAM NAVIGATION GO'S STEAMERS 'Bewijora and Skata&a, Leave San Francisco for Mexican Bxrts and Mouth of Colorado River, EVERY TWENTY DAYS, Connecting with River st-eamers. for pojnU along the river. Freight fDetirered at Yuma "" -Lie? UP ffsinjc. -,. San Francisco. Superior Pawnger Accommodations Agencies of the Company at 610 Front street, San Francisco, Cal Tama and Ehrenberg, A. T. I. POLHAMUS, Jr., hoy l-tl Gen. Sup't. tPsiSS&GF AT EEDTJCED RATES Yuma to San Francisco, PjKR S. N. Go's Steamers, i Cabin, Steerage, $40 coin - 25 Accommodations FIRST CLAS8. I. POLHAMUS, Jr.. Gen. Sup't. B8-tf ANOTHERCHANCEi tffijr anii Hiist i (tart IN AID OP THE PUBLIC LIBRARY of KENTUCKY POSTPONED TO NOVEMBER 30, 1874. Drawing Certain at That Date. LIST OF GIFTS. Oh Grand Cash Gift $250,000 One Grand Cash Gift 100,000 One Grand Cash Gift 75,000 One Grand Cash Gift. 50,000 One Grand Cph Gift 25,000 5 Cwh Gifts. 820.000 each. 100.000 10 Cash Gifts, 14.000 each...

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

ciesassn mu. Jgpgu-LiiaxJi MISCBKjUjAIVY. In the case of a Kansas man be ing struck by lightning the coro ner's jury rendered a verdict: "He was killed by the Lord, but the Lord Is all right." "Is that your offspring, ma dam?" asked a Missouri judge of a woman who had hold of a stub nosed boy's hand. "No sir," she replied, "this is my oldest boy." The matrimonial market has picked up so fast since September that one New Hampshire clergy man has laid in three barrels of beans, a barrels of cider and three dried calf-skins. A lecturer on education for oth ers, Poiemnly said to an audience: '"Parents, you have children; or, if you have not, your daughters may have." A Missouri paper says: "Yester day we counted eleven able-bodied farmers, whose grass and oats needed cutting, sitting on dry goods boxes complaining about hard times." Marry for love, young men, but remember that it's as easy to love a girl whose pa has a hundred thousand in bank as one whose old man sits up behind a pair ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 November 1874

mam -INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THTNGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1874. MX 34. VOL. IIL Published Every Saturday, by WIL J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMSInvariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year. .$5 00 . 3 00 . 25 Six Month..- ... Single Copies ADVERTISING: One eqnare, each insertion $2 50 Encb subsequent imwtion 3 25 Contracts by tie year or quarter at re duced rates. A eauare consists of ten Iinftofthis eize type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter TtA. Circulars. Labels, Cards, Program mes, eto., printed in uvery style, with neat- nes and dispatch. fgCurrency taken at par when pay ruents are made in advance. THE STORY OF LIFE. Say, what is life? Tis to be born. A helpless babe to greet the light With a sharp wail, as if the morn Foretold a cloudy noon and night; To weep, to sleep and weep again With sunny smilea between and then 1 And then apace the infant grows To be a langhing, sprightly boy, Happy despite his little woea, "...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 November 1874

SEhc SLifeoira $twtu: $5 per Year; Six Montbs $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1874. PERhEVERENCE. We do not know of any other word in the English language that will convey Ihe meaning of what we desire to say at this time, as well as the one we have chosen, perseverance. It signifies that sublime quality of head' and heart and nerve that inspires the possessor to push on towr rd the goal of his ambition. It has crossed trackless and unknown oceans without chart or compass. It has sounded new seas and dis covered new continents; it has upheld the spirits of the pioneer and the explorer when among new and untried dangers and pre vations, far from the land of his nativity. It is to-day, as it always has been, and always will be, the hand-maid of civilization and the mam spring of progress. What would the world be to-day without this spirit of persever ance? It would be inert and helplesaand retrogading to bar barism. We are speaking now of perseverance in any ju...

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. — 28 November 1874

NOTICE SHIPPERS! THE COLORADO STEAM NAVIGATION GO'S 8TEAMERS r . , i Leave San franciscc for Mexican Ports and Mouth pf Colorado River, EVERY TWENTY DAYS, Connecting tcth River steamers for points aloog the river.. JFreigfil Delivered at Yuma in twelve days from &an j rancisco . Superior Pasenger Accommodations Agencies of the Company at 610 Front street, San Francisco, Cal Yuma and Ehrenberg, A. T. I. POLHAMUS, Jr., nov 1-tf Gen; Sup't. tPASSAGJS AT REDUCED KlTES - Yuma to San Francisco? PER C. S. N, Go's Steamers.- Cabin, Steerage, $0'coih 25 t Accommodations' FIRST' GLASS. L POCrtAMUS; Jr.. Gen: Sup't. B8-tf MRS. M. ,7. SMITH, Ijaie of San Diego, California', Would respectfully inform the citizens oi Yuma, that she has opened a LADIES' AND' CHILDREN'S nniisjiing nn&lanq $mh STORE On First street, in the House formerl cupied by Hall Hanlonr' 60- Cbochettng, Tatting, Tapes tby and Embroidery, oon8i8ting op Ottomans and Sofa Covers, Ladies1 and Infants' Sacgues, Lamp and TUc...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 November 1874

MISCELLANY. The grassholppers of Colorade chew tobacco. A San Francisco man committed suicide because a pictorial sheet characterized him as an "old nui sance." The hair of a lady in Montpe lier, "Vt., turned white in a single night. She fell into a flour bar rel. Mattie Smith, of Chesuncook, Mass., stabbed herself with a pen knife because her young man would not wait for her at the front gafp. Forty per cent, of the school girls in Indiana are named Maria; half of them call themselves Mariar, and the other half Mari. The Atlanta News chants : "The melancholy days have come, The saddest of the yean It's most too warm for whisky' . A little too cool for beer " A lady wants to know what is the meaning of "ante" and "pass the buck." Her matrimonial com panion uses it in his dreams, and she is afraid it indicates typhoid fever. The Clearfield fair consisted of a calf a goose and pumpkin. It rained so hard the first night that the goose swam off, the calf broke loose and ate the pumpkin,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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