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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 December 1874

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. in ii ii i i in w. tr lint ifiT m YOL. 'f II. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1874. NO. 35. INDEPENDENT-IN ALL THINGS. SCItc rmm Waited. Published Every Saturday, by WM.J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION Ooe Yost. .$r 00 Six Month 3 00 Single Copies. .tT. 25 ADVERTISING:.. On? squirt- ach insertion ....$S2 50 jSmjIi nubsequent insertion. 1 2o Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of thiB ize type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. GF'Currency taken at par when pay Bents are made in advance. THE TWO ANCHORS. BY RICHARD H STODDARD. It was a gallant sailor man Had just come home from sa. And as I'pnssed him in the town He sang ''Ahoy!" to me. I stopped, and saw I knew the man Had known him from a boy ; And so I answered sailor-like, "Avast,v to hw "Ahoy:" I...

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. — 5 December 1874

$5 per Tear; Six Mouths $3. WM. J. BERRY. Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 5, 1874. Meteorological Record of Fori Yu ma, California, for the Month of November, 1874. 7 a.m. I 2 p.m. 9 p.m. Thermometer Mean nt dry bulb wet " 61.86 52.63 Highest by Max. Thermometer, 2nd.. .80 Lowest " Min. " 10th 45 Mean tempature during month 62 14 Muximuw night of Barometer, 28th .30.220 Minimum " ' 21et...29 650 Days of rain - 2 Amount 25 centimetres. Average cloudiness . 2.34 DIRECTION OF WINDS. , N 15 N. E .' 20 E 11 S. E 8 S 6 s. w 10 W 11 N. W 9 (Signed) JOHN DILLON, Hospital Steward, U. S. A WE ARE MARCHING Off. There never was a time in the history of Arizona when the pros pect was so bright as it is now. We have not heard of any murd ers or other outrages committed by the savages for some time past. Peace, smiling peace reigns, and if the War Department will, let General Crook remain in the Ter ritory, we have no fear of any more Indian war. We may ex pect that for some time to come, some ...

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

NOTICE SHIPPERS! U'JdE COLORADO STEAM .NAVIGATION GO'S STEAMERS Leave San Francisco for Mexican Ports and Mouth of Colorado River, EVERY TWENTY BAYS, Connecting with River steamers for points along the river. Jrreight iDetivered at Yuma i?i twelve. days from San JFrahcisco. Superior Fasenger Accommodations . Agencies of the Company at 610 Front street, San Francisco, Cal Yuma and Shrenberg, A. T. I. POLHAMUS, Jr., nov 1-tf " Gen, Sup't. AT REDUCED RATES Yuma io San Irra7icisco PER C. S. N. Steamers. vO S Cabin, Steerage; $&0 coin - 25 C( Accommodations FIRST CLASS. I. POLHAMUS, Jr.. Gen. Sup't. n8-tf MBS. M. J. SMITH, Late of San Diego, California, Wohld respectfully inform the citizens of Tama, that ehe h&e opened a LADIES' AND . CHILDREN'S l-nmisjjing onttimaj (Kb STORE Ob First itrwt, in the honse formerl oc cupied by Hall Hanlon. Crocheting, Tatting, Tapes try and Embroidery, consisting of Ottomans ana Sofa Covers, Ladies1 and Infants' Sacques, Lamp and Toilet Mats, Coll...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 December 1874

MISCELLANY. A Philadelphia judge fined a man So for walking in his sleep. Kissing fairs are held in Iowa to clear , off church debts. It's ten cents' per kiss. ' Henry Clay describes a mule as "an animal that has no pride of ancestry and no hope of posteri ty." A man in Cincinnati, advertis ing for a situation, says: "Work is not so much an object as good wages." It was a bright boy who told His teacher there were three sects, the male sex, the female sex, and the insects. Men who travel barefooted around a newly carpeted bed room often find themselves on the wrong tack. A lovely Delaware widow owns two thousand acres of peach trees, but what a pity ! there's not a pair on the premises. It is a pitiful sight to see the house-fly get out of bed these mornings and hang around the cook stove to warm his heels. A lady correspondent of a Wes tern journal thinks there ought to be a statute of limitation against the reapperance of long lost husbands. A countryman who bargained with a Calif...

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

mam NEUTRAL IN NOTHING INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1874, NO. 36. VOL. III. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: T-ar $r 00 Month?, 3 J"? , Copies . . On Six ADVERTISING: nnre. efioh insertion 2 50 Lnch subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A pqnare consists of ten lines of this size type. . JOB PRINTING : Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. I3F"Currency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. HARVEST HYMN. Once more th liberal vear laughs out O'er richer stores than gems of gold ; Once more with harvest song and shout Is nature's -bloodness tiiumph told. Our common mother rests and sings1 " Like Ruth among her gnrnered sheaves; Her lap is full of goodly things, Her brow is bright with autumn leaes Oh, favors old, yet ever ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 12 December 1874

to Arizona j&nfind. $5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 12, 1874. - APOLOGETIC. The December term of the Dis trict Court commenced List Mon day and the editor of this paper havinsr been appointed District Attorney for the term, our patrons will excuse us if they do not find much original matter in this issue. Certain categorical concurring circumstances circumvented care fully conceived calculations, caus ing considerable cool cussing, therefore, the imp has taken charge of the Sentinel this week and nsed the scissors freely. Tf anybody don't like this, paper, they can just lay it down. You are not obliged to read it. We think, however, that it will please an intelligent and reason able people into whose hands it may fall, and they are the only people that we care about pleas ing. The proceedings of the court, current news, and tele graphic dispatches will.be found in their proper places, also a large amount of interesting selected matter....

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

NOTICE SHIPPERS! THE COLORADO STEAM NAVIGATION CO'S STEAMERS $9Jffeeru and Meataaa, Leave San Francisco for Mexican Parts .and Mouth of Colorado River, EVERY TWENTY DA?S, Connecting with River steamers for points aloes the river. - freignt TJetiverca at Fuma ifi twelve days from San J?rancisco . Superior Pasenger Accommodations Agencies of the Company at (610 Front street, San Francisco, Cal Turns and Ehrenberg, A. T. I. POLHAMUS, Jr., jtov 1-tf Gen, Sup't. AT EEDTJCED RATES Yuma to San Francisco, PER G. S.. 1 Co's Steamers. $&0 C0171 - 25 C( Steerage, Accommodations FIRST GLASS. I. POLHAMUS, Jr., ,Gen. Snp't. n8-tf MBS. M. j. smith; . Late of San Diego, California, Would respectfully inform the citizen? of Ynma, that ebe has opened a LADIES' AND CHILDREN'8 J-nmisljing an&jFflnqdW) STORE On First street, in the house formerl oc cupied by Hall Han Inn. Crocheting, Tatting, Tap.es tby and Embroidery, consisting op Ottomans and Sofa Covers, Ladies1 and Infants1 Saoques, Lamp an...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 12 December 1874

MISCELLANY. A Magnificent voice for calling cows is all the young farmers of Colorado rquire of a wife in the way of music. The champion father lives in Carbon county, Pa. He is a Ger man, 73 years old, and is parent of 30 children, the youngest being only four months old. The local authorities of Auck land. New Zealand, have insti tuted a yearly tax on bachelors at So a head, to be devoted to educa tion. A lady barber has been forced by the married ladies of Dubuque to leave the town, where she was doing a grand business, shaving many of the men twice a day. A Dubuque cooper, whosed wite was always scolding, barrel ed her up and rolled her around the shop until she solemnly pro mised to reform. A young man who knows all about it state that his experience Iihs taught him that a -flirt is a fool who delights in fooling fools, ana the fool who is fooled by such a fool is the foolishest kind of a fool. Do you keep matches?" asked away of a country grocer. "Ob, yes, all kinds," was the ...

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

- INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. WE..II1. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1874. NO. 37. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editojlnd-' Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION One Yw..--. - $5 00 Six Months 3 00 Single Copies 25 i AlSVJSjRTISING: , One square, each insertion $2 50 Eaeh subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rntes. A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legfil BlankB, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter- Hesds, Circulars, Labels, Uards, rrogrm Dies, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. 0 FURTHER USE FOR STEAM WATER A8 A MOTIVE POWER TWO GALLONS SUFFICIENT FOR RUNNING A TRAIN TO SAN FRANCISCO AND BACK A PRESSURE OF SEVEN THOUSAND POUNDS TO THE SQUARE INCH THE INOUSTRIAL ECONOMY OF THE "VTORLD TO BE RF.VOLUTIONIZKD IFrom the Philadelphia PretR. J According to the Philadelphia corr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 19 December 1874

fe mmm Sentinel $5 per Year; Six Months $3, WI. J. BERHY Editor. YUMA. A.. T. SATFRDA V, DEC. 19, 1874. TEXAS AND PACIFIC SAIL ROAD. Another year has rolled around, Conpresd is again in session, and the people of all parts of this great republic anxiously look for some definite action in regard this great national necessity. For that it is a national necessity, is no.w ad mitted by all intelligent and un prejudiced men, all over the con tinent. There never will, and there never can be a perfect and uninterrupted system of trans continental travel until this great road is completed. We all have seen what a great impetus was given to trade and travel accross the continent by the building of the Union and Central Pacific. But great as have been the bene fits flowing from that road, every year has demonstrated the fact that it does not, and cannot from the very nature of things, supply the demand for a safe sure and uninterrupted transit. -Everyw-' curring winter forcibly rninrts us of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 19 December 1874

mm Mala Street, YUMA, A. 2. The undersigned, well known through out the Territory and California, :and 'for merly of the If S Colorado Hotel, HAS OPENED THE G RA&r3 HOTEL, 'T t Hx Main Street, . Which home htffTas fitted up in excellent - style. No Pains or Expense i will be spared to make it .'HE HOTEL of ihe COUXTBY- EFThe rooms are LARGE and WELL VENTILATED, and the SITUATION PLEASANT. The proprietor is determined that here, The tired Traveler,, The Sojourner, and - The Transient Guest, Shall find the comforts of home. The Tables will be supplied with the begt the markets afford, to gether WITH LUXURIES FROM OTHER CLIMKS. A BAR Is attatohnd to the Hotel, where fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars may be found. WILLIAM BURKE. November 14-tf. s -MBS. M. J. SMITH, Late of San Diego, California, Wonld respectfully ;.Tjiorro the citizen of Yuma, tbst she hw opened a LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S .nrnisfiing nift jFnnq.(Wi STORE On First street, in the house formerl oo cnpied by Hall Han Ion. C...

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

BII8CE IjIj ANY. This is the latest form of wed ding invitations : "Come around nnd see me capture a mother-in-law at eight o'clock, sharp " A.New Jersey clergyman says there are about twenty different kinds of religion, but a man who won't wash and shave and put on dean shirt? can't enjoy any of them. "I would not be a woman, for then I could not love her," says Montaigne. Lady Montague says: "The only objection I have to be ing a man is that I should then have to marry a woman." Lady "Before I engage you, 1 should like to know what your re ligion is." Cook "Oh, ma'am! J always feel it my duty to be of I he same religion as the family I'm in." The people who walk up to one sideways, whose approaches are crab-like, and whose looks are aslant, have likewise been made the subject of remarks not alto gether free from prejudice. A Western paper says of the air, in its relations to man, "It kisses and blesses him, but will not obey him.'l Blobbs says that descrip tion suits his wife exac...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 December 1874

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. III. YUMA, A. T.f SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1874. NO. 38. ir INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. fa rmm mtiul Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BE BUY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance Rt. BSC aTPTTO N : One Tear 7- $T. (HI Six Mt'-s 3 00 Single Copies 25 ADVERTISING: One sqnnre, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion J 2o 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, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Program mee, etc., printed in every style, with neat nes8 and dispatch. JSpCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made iu advance. Josh Billings on Hons Hotels are houses a ftfagej itomes for the vagrants, tK par ried man's retreat, aud tr ba chelor's fireside. They are Kept in all sortSJm ways; some on the European plaTi and inenny ov 'em on no plau at all. - St A good landlbd iz like a good step-mother he knows hiz biz- zess and mea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 December 1874

$5 psrTeai; Six Months $3. WM. J: BERRY Editor. iii.ii. HJ'JtiJimi 19 YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 20, 1S74. A MERRY CHRISTMAS. Yes, the year has rolled around and Christmas is here again Hight joyously is the grand old festive season, welcomed by all old and young. Its hallowed as sociations are felt andJ acknowl edged as wide as Christendom ex tends, and each succeeding an mversary seems to be hailed with increased interest. Glorious old holiday of one whole long week. with New Year's Day at the other end r Season of good cheer, sea son of universal enjoyment, sea son of re-unions, season when the heart strings, as welt as the puree strings are relaxed and the Angel of Charity and good will seems to hovr over the earth! Season when the poor, the unfortunate and the afflicted are particularly remembered, and none are allow ea to go away empty. Indeed it is hard to enumerate the bless ings that cl ister around this greatest of all holiday seasons. .Not the least of these is the univer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 December 1874

flONEE & DONALDSON, BLACKSMITHS, and Ty ESPECTFULLY inform the Citi f zeiie of Arizona, that they kave formed a Co-parternership for the purpose bfdoiBg all kinds of work id the line of BLACKSMITHING and WAGON MAKING, in the beat manner nnd at very low price Wagon and Carrinije Ironing and repair ing. Plows ard all oth-r A,riroltB' Im Vietaents Bet up and pi. order. Home and HIul Shoeing. specially attended to, and the work one by skiliful workmen Bnd in such a anner sa to give enfire satisfaction. BUGGIES AMBULANCES AN! WAGONS Made and repaired in the BEST and NEATEST manner and at Seasonable prices. Shop on Gila Street, iu their new build iDJr dec 13 tf. 7 MBS. M. J. SMITH, - Late of San isiego, ucutfomia, Would respectfully inform the citizens of Yuma, that she has opened a LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S taiisifmg nifliFonnj (Ml u First itiwit. in the house formerl oc cupied by Hall Hanlon. Crocheting , Tatting, Tapes tby and Embroidery, consisting of Qti&mans and Sofa Covers, La...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 26 December 1874

8fhe Saturtlsty, Oec. 26, 1874. Ten highwaymen ciinnot pull a shirt off a naked man's back. A Dhnlury little darkey refused to goV.to, church "Rase he didn't wan t tjcTJbok th ere 1 ike a h uckle beiry in a pan of milk." "Is the candidate for sheriff hera?" asked a strane-er 2S he looked into an Illinois bar-room "Yes, why?" asked eighteen men, as they rose. "What will not a woman do for the man she loves?" asks a writ er. She will not eat onions while going to a party, no matter how much she loves him. A Chicago man recently mur mured in his sleep. "Nellie", deur Nellie!" and now he spends half the mjht in trying to convince his wife that Nellie is the heroine of a novel he has been reading. Au Indiana woman dreamed that she saw her husband kissing the hired girl, and she got so mad over it that she discharged the girl before breakfast next morn ing. Formula of divorce used by a negro Justice in Desba county. Aarkansas: "As I jined you, so I bust you 'sunder, rio go, you nig gersj ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 January 1875

tizntia INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. III. YTJMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1875. MX 39l he girfeona jSiftfmel. Published Every Satnrday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMSInvariably in Advance SirRarjRIPTION : One Year $5 00 Six Months ..... 3 00 ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion ...2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A sqnare consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Label?, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every atyle, with neat ness and dispatch. EFCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. Canvassing For the Heathen. A man about thirty years old. wearing a battered plug hat and seedy clothes, looking as hungry as a man wno had been wrecked bnim iceberg, and evidently an impostor, softly entered a Gratiot avenue saloon yesterday and lean ing over the bar whispered to the proprietor : "My dear sir, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 January 1875

SfHie l&omt Sentinel $5 per Year; Six" Months $3. WM. J. BESSY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, JAN. 9, 1875. THE NEW YEAR. It is here. We have entered upon it Whatever its mighty interests, whatever its momen tous consequences to us or to the world, we are living in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-Five. The holidays of the great festive sea son have been enjoyed in these ends of the earth with peculiar zest and satisfaction, peace and good order have reigned, and plenty has crowned the social board. For all these blessings let us, as a people, be truly grate ful. The world rolls round, and each new year is but a mile-stone on the great course of time. We are carried along on the resistless current, and fortune and misfor tune, joy and sorrow are alternate ly our lot. But the commencement of a new year is a good time to look both ways. It is a good time to look back and see what mistakes we have made and what misfor tunes have baen the result of our own...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 January 1875

BORNER & . DONALDSON, BLACKSMITHS, "T BSPECTFULLY inform the Citi fy zena ot Arizona, that they kave formed a Co-parternership for the purpose vof doing all 'kinds of work in the line of BLACKSMITHING and WAGON MAKING, 4b the beat manner and at very low price Wagon and 'Carriage Ironing and repair ing, Plows and all other Agricultural Im plements set up and put in order. specially attended to, and the work ' -i.n by skillful workmen and in such a anner as to give entire satisfaction. BUGGIES, AMBULANCES AND WAOONS j Maae and repaired in the BEST and I NEATEST manner and at .Reasonable prices. Skap on Gila Street, in their new build ;iBj. dec 13-tf. MBS. M. J. SMITH, Jktte of San Diego, California, Would rttpectfully inform the citizens ((Tama, that she has opened a JWJ)IE8 AND CHILDBEN'8 iOT$ng aniiannj fMa STORE Fwt trt.i.in -ihe home fnrmerl ;oo e'upied by Hall Hanlon. OCHRTING, TATTING, TapE8- S9y and Embroidery, 00n8i8tinq of Ottomans and Sofa,Coversl Ladies' and Infants' Sa...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 9 January 1875

Saturday, Jan. 9, 1875. MISCELLANY. Two horns will last an ox! a life time, but many a man wanfs that number every morning before breakfast. A" French preacher describes hell as a place where they talk politics all day. What they do at mgnt ne does not report. Nothing will sooner tempt a bachelor to abandon his resolution to marry than to sleep in the ad joining room to a couple with a colicky baby. The maddest kind of a woman is one who spends a half hour in arranging her toilet before de scending to the parlor on the ar rival of a visitor who proves to be a book agent. Captain John Boston, of Lewis county, Kentucky, aged 95, and a veteran of the war of 1812. is about i to be married. His intended bride is only a year older than himself. A couple of fellows who were pretty thoroughly soaked with bad whiskey, got into the gutter. Alter nounaenng tor some time one of them said : "Let's go to anotneB nouse, tnis Hotel leaks. A. T. Stewart hasn't finished his Home for Women yet, and h ...

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