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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 January 1875

:. '. i . I! 11'.'. . INBEBBNDENT'iN '5VT.r; THINGS. ft NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL: -HIV' YUMA. A.W- SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1875. NO. 40, mi'' Tubiished, Every Saturday, by Tt3LJ. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. .TERMS Insatiably in Advance 6UBSO BIPTION : t r Six Mo .tha 3 J? S-ngle Copies ,2 ' ADVERTISING:. . j jne square, oecli insertion --r32 frtj TJsch stifcseqnent insertion I 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at rr--"tired rates. A sannre coneiBts ol ten lines of this . .JOB PRINTING: , Legsl Blanks, Briefs, Bill-TIeads.'Lntter Heads, Circulars, Labels,. GardB. Program nies, etc., printed in every style, withueat npiu and rtisrmtoh. JCurrenoy taken AT PAR when pay ments are made iri advance A CheatediCoroner.J Max Adler seems to imply that Danbury is blessed witn as dusi nassjlike a Coroner as theonelsSan Francisco had a short time ago. He says i I have referred in my book to that Coroner of ours who seized on an Egyptian, mummy that was brought into town, sum moned a jury, held a...

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. — 16 January 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months Si WM. J. BERRY .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1875. THE RAILROADS ARE COM ING. We imagine we hear some, one exclaim as he picks up the Sen tinel and reads this caption, "here he comes again with that some old hackneyed subject. Railroads." Well it may be hackneyed, in one sense but it is not yet worn out, and we intend"! to keep hammering away at it aud add our mite to the general demand of the independent press for a grand Southern transcon tinental railroad. We' don't ex pect to adduce any new argument in its favor, for every argument has been used and reiterated that can possibly be brought to bear to j show the great national necessity of the work, and the prosperity that would inevitably follow in the train of its construction. In fact so much has been said on the subject that it is almost impossible to speak of it without repetition. There is one grand fact in this connection, and that is, that noth ing worthy of the name of argu ment has ever...

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. — 16 January 1875

Kerens & Mitchell s S;&& MSB! FAST TIME, GOOD STOCK, AND " COMFORTABLE COACHES. THROUGH TO TUCSON ' ; : IN 5 DAYS. "' Stages leave San Diego Sunday, Tuesday and Friday, at 6 A. M. dec 26-tf. - YUMA CITY Meat market. NEXT TO POST-OFFICK, MAIN Street, - YUOTA, A. T. J. Iff. Bedondo & Brai..-.-Prop'ra. 5 J"! F&SSB BEEP. VBALj . . MUTTON, , POKK, ETC., A. 7. . AND..GAME IN ITS SEA80N !'... jilrSO 'J7 i .... & GRAIM At Be&sonable Prioaa. HORN EE h DONALDSON, and RESPECTFULLY inform ttirf Oiti f' zens of Arizona, tht they kave formed a Co-pnrternership for the purpose of doing all kinds of work' in the line of BLACKSMITHING and WAGON MAKING, in the beet manner and at very low pi'iee Wagon and Carringp Ironing and rephir inc. Plows and all other Agricultural Im plements set n and put in order. Horse and Ittul Shoeing. specially attended to, and the work ""one by Bkillfal workmen and in such a anner as to give entire satisfaction. BUGGIES, AMBULANCES AND WAGONS M...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 January 1875

Saturday, Jas. IG, !St5. MISCELLANY. - r No Chinaman has ever yet be come a-book agent. A .Mnlhor-in-law in the liou?e is a weilspring..of jawy. Before taking liberties with a strange dog, observe hte tail and wait for the wag on. r A Minnesota man makes the winter seem short by giving his note, payable in the bpnng. Gruel gossip says that Susan B. Anthony has an eye on the brachelor Governor of New York. An armless Milwaukee woman boxes her husband's ear with her feet. She wears box-toed boots, of course. A darkey says: "All men are made of clay, and like meer sfhaum pipes, are more valuable when highly colored.,"- An "Eastern paper intimates that Treasurer Spinner acquired his habit of profanity while learn ing to read his own writing. A Liverpool woman, to relieve her husband, who was charged with cutting off the end of her nose, swore that she bit it on her self. The .Millerites of Ottawa had theirEascension clothes ready for their flight last Friday, biit some how or other the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 January 1875

A'J't '- -' I US.- thh. lira '! '''ifHEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, ytjma, a. t., SATimDAxr January 23, 1875. NO. 41. , , . , NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ' ' YGE. III. - 1 '''' rT I xrmr Trwntrr vnrr -no I he r&oim . pibl'ishedy'gry. Saturday,! by Editor and Proprietor. TERMSInvariably in Advance RT7BSO&IPTION: ftn Vnur 5 'SiX'.ilonths -': 4 8ingle Copiesi-'Aj; .i-.i I ADVERTISING: ' m , One sftunreeach Tn8er'WnnT..7...$2 50 '' Knnh stibseauent insertion 1 So Contracts by the year or quarter at re- duced rotes. - A square consists of ten lines of thif size type. jJOpRXNINjC Lejal Blanks, Briefs, Bijl-Heads, Letter . Heads' Circulars.'Labals, CardBProffratn- mes. etc., printed in'every style, with neat n'eWana'diBDatch. "'r nr "Currency taken at par when pay ttfnts'arermadeiin advance, f tfv ; A'Teong'' jEngagement. A late Missouri paper.ihas th.a following notice of a marriage in which -a ,well-knovn resident of Solano, was one of the principal parties concerned: "Near Mis souri City, Sep...

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. — 23 January 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3, WM. J. BEERY .Editor. YUMA. A. T?. SATURDAY, JAW. 23, 1875. ARTESIAN WELLS. Our readers know that we have heretofore written at length on . this very important subject, and endeavored to impress upon the people of Arizona the necessity of making a start in procuring artesian water. Wo still consider it one of the most important mat ters that can be pressed upon the consideration of the people. All men who are acquainted with the geographical structure of the Ter ritory know, that we have hun dreds of miles and millions of acres of the richest lands, which are entirely distitute of running water, and on which water is on ly obtained by sinking deep, wells at long intervals and the slow and laborious process of hoisting the water in buckets. This is only done for the purpose of providing stations along the- principal tra veled routes, and thus making travel possible. Such wells can not supply water for agricultural purposes. These lands are capable of pro '...

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. — 23 January 1875

JKer6ns& Mitchell's ' ST A S LIH-I-! FAST TIME, GOOD STOCK, AND COMFORTABLE COACHES TUilOTTG-H" TO TUCSON IN 5 DAYS. Stages leave Ssn Diego Sunday, Tuesday and Friday, at $iS. YUMA CITY MEAT MARKET. NEXT TO POST-OFFICE, MAIN Street, YUMA, A. T. J,C. Sedondo tBro.,........Prop'rs. KfifKP FHKSH BEEF. ' VEAL, MUTTON, ETC., AND' GAME IN ITS SEA80N ziZSO HAY GRAIN At Seasonable Prices. feb-tfU HORNER & DONALDSON, BLACKSMITHS, and T E5PECTFULLY inform the Citi fjLi pn ol Arironn. that they kave formed a G'o-psrtflrnprahip for the purpose of doing all kinds of work in the line of BLACKS.MITHING and WAGON MAKING, in the best manner and at very low price Wngon and Carriage Ironing and repair ing, Plows and all other Agricultural Im plements set up and put in order. Horse and Mai Shoeing. specially attended to, and the work ''one bv skillful workmen and in such a annr as to give entire nti?' BUGGIES, A MBl LANCKS j AND WArtONS Made and repaired in the BEST and NEATEST manner and at Re...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 January 1875

t.r Saturday,.,. Jan. 23, 1S?5. "I can afford to be a little ex tra vigant juojv. as mjr husband's been elected ?td the Legislature," said an Indiana woman as she ordered six bars of soap sent up, A Missouri man wheeled his wife, who was a cripple, three miles to see a funeral. The poor lady said it was the, first day's real enjoyment he .hadjseen for seven years. ; ' ? A -Chicago preacher has locked himself up in the fourth story, and draws his meals up by a bed cord. He says they can't get up no slanders about him. When a young man in Charles ton, S. C.,. saves the daughter of a millionaire from drowning, he is presented with a pair of kid boots, with red, tops. A Brockport man dreamed re cently that his aunt was dead, and the dream proved' true. He tried the same game with his mother-in-law, but it didn't work worth a cent. Mrs. Porter, of Idaho City, has fallen heir to property in St. Louis valued at S1,000,000. Such a woman, it single, could marry who she pleased, as any man wo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 January 1875

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING" VOL. Iff. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1875. NO. 42, INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS. Site granra Sentinel. Published Every Saturday, by W3L J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance S UBSO RTPT ION : One Yenr Bix Montlm... Single Copies 5 00 3 00 ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion 2 SO ISacb subsequent insertion 1 2r Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. ' - A 6qunru congists of ton lines ofihia $ize type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Brief!, Bill-Hends.Leter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every stylo, with neat dcrs and dispatch. EsTCurrency taken at par when pay ment are made in advance. Mark Twain on Insurance. "Certainly there is no nobler field for human effjrt than the insurance line of bus ness espe cially accident insurance. Ever since I have baeome a Director in an accident insurance company have felt that I am a better man. Life has seemed more precious. Accident has assumed a kindl...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 January 1875

8th gtffenra JSentind. $5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BEERY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATVRDAY, JAN. 30, 1875. LET US HAVE PEACE. This is the admonition of the age. Through nil the ages, in the advance of mankind from bar barism toward civilization, this has been. the admonition of all good men. For this they have worked and prayed, and many good people have had faith that the time would come, foretold by the prophet of old, when there would be universal peace ; when 'swords would be beaten into plow-shares and spears into prun ing hooks, and the nations should learn war no more." Toward that glorious consummation the world is tending. With what feelings of horror does the stu dent of history review the crimes and enormities of the past ages ! How the heart sickens when read ing of the cruelties and outrages committed in the name of justice aud even in the name of God and religion ! The world has indeed made rapid strides toward justice and right and truth, which are the foundation of...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 January 1875

Kerens & Mitchell's . PAST TIME, GOOD STOCK, rrrrrAND r COMFORTABLE COACHES. THROUGH TO T3UC6QN IN 0 DAYS. Stages leave Saa Diego anday, Tuesday ad Friday, at 6 A. X. ito. 2G tf. YUMA CITY MEAT MARKET. NEXT TO PQSfTrQFFiCE, Street, - - YUOT.l, A. T. J,X. Radondg & Bro.,.. JProp'rs. JKIP rassH "BEKF. VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC., GAME IN ITS SBA80N MZ30 HAY & GRAIN AVBeasonsbta ?no8. feb-UU HORNER & DONALDSON, BLACKSMITHS, and Ty ESPEOTFITLLY inform the Citi j eens of Arizona, thKt they leave formed a Co-parternprship -for-the purpose of doing nil kinds of work in the line of SLACKSMTTHING and WAGON MAKING, $n the best manner and at.very low price Wagon and Carriage Ironing and repair-tojf.-PlowB and all other Agricultural Im plements set up and put in order. -Hore aad Msl Shoeing. specially attended to, and the work "'one by ekillfal workmen and in nch a anner as to giro entire satisfaction. .BUGaiES, AMBULANCES AND WAGONS Made and repaired in the BEST and NEATEST manner...

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. — 30 January 1875

hc mm j&nfinct 'Samrilay, Jan. 3, 1S75. Peru has more dogs than any other country of its size. Hence the Peruvian barJr. Grump accidenlly pat on a red hot coal, and spent the night following- in trying1 to turn so he could see hi wound. Seventy-five .Rochester women are out 'in a card denying that they sleep in corsets to keep their bodies straight. V Le.H ven worth man told a lie and then said. "I hope to be struck, dead if I have not spoken the truth!" He had scarcely ceased speaking when ho fell to the floor. The Watseka Times recently spoke of a respected citizen as one of the "main stays" of the place. The intelligentcouiposilor sent it out that he was one of the main stags of the place. The New York World describes hell as a place where everybody belongs to a fire company. We suppose that New York-and Bos ton men monopolize the positions of foreman and j treasurers .lust think, if you swear off using tobacco ami wearing clothes after the 1st of January, you can save $5 per...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 February 1875

2 He NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. Scnunci. VOL. III. ht wn Jfenlfoel. Bublished Erery Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and. Proprietor, TERM--Invailaljl3rin Adranoe SUBSCRIPTION : One Year - 8ix Months Single CepiMi ,.,.- .$5 00 ... 3 00 ... 25 ADVERTISING : :.,f;n 2 50 Vu0 equate, dbuu - Eaob subsequent insertion I5 i ii. . .imrfair Rt rflt ceniracu dy, me ycoi i h"" - aacea rates. f ... A square. comiBta of ten lines of this bus type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanto Briefs, Billheads, Letter Headfl, Circulars, "Labels, CardB, Program--qm, etc., printed in over? style, with neat ness rod dispatch. BPCorrency taken atpaB when pay ments are made in advance. Jonah Versus the Whale. j Unbelievers have often told tis that the story of the prophet swallowed by a great whale was an absurdity. They saw that, being so long in the stomach of the monster, the minister would have been digested. We have no difficulty in this matter. Jonah was a most unwilling guest of the whale. H...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 February 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3, WM. J. BERRY Editor YUMA, A. T. SAT mft AY, FEB. 6, 1875. TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY. The question of guaranteeing the bounds ofthe company having charge of this great national work, is now before Congress. Probably no question of greater moment, no question fraught with deeper interest to the people at large, has claimed the attention of the National legislature since the war. The question is wheth er we shall have a grand compet ing line, crossing the continent through thefinestclimateon earth and aiding in the settlement of the best and richest portion of the American continent or whether the great bloated monopoly who .own the Central Pacific and the Southern Pacific, shall be permit ted to block up and prevent any competing line from reaching the Pacific Ocean. The heartless hire lings of that soulless monopoly, are in the lobby at Washington, by the hundreds. They are men destitute of any moral principle and altogether mercenary. They dp the bidding 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. — 6 February 1875

Fire ftmd Marine lasuraHce, COMMERCIAL Insurance Gompany of California. CASH ASSETS, . . $350,000. Office No. 228 California Street, San Francisco, G. W. XELLOG, President H. Q. HORNER - .Secretary JAMES JflrBARNEY, Agent for Arizona, Oftce at Wra. B. Hooper & Co. DIRECTORS : W. W. Dodge, Levi Stevens, Claus 8prepkpl. James Gamble, Selden 8. Wright, Charles Main, -3VvB. CatntainRB, W. B Hooper, C.T. MaeDermott, Q. L. Bradley, James M. Barney, James Phelan. G. W. Kellogg, James Linforta, A.Tv". Jee, H. a.rCrocker, Peter Dean. K. D- Thayer, John H. We, F- 8. Freeman, C. Ji. DeerinR, D. H. Haskell. N. B. Rates-base opon the character of the rwka assumed, uncontrolled Dy any nombination or monopoly. A business corporation managed by business men. je27-tf. YUMA CITY MEAT MARKET. next to post-oep:ice, MAIN Street,. . - . - YUflXA, A. T. J. X.'JtedoaaV 6 Bro.5.v.-..xPrQp'r8. " '. A- " FESSS. . Of SEEP. VEAL,' MUTTON, . ' PORE, "ETC., ,-' AND GAME IN ITS SEASON HAY & GRAIN At Reason...

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. — 6 February 1875

I Saturday, Feb. 6, 1875. MI8CELLANY. Ah old sea captain of Lewis county, Mass., "whose age is 95, is just about leading to the alter a damsel of 96. An Indiana woman said she must have a new pair of garters, and ordered the clerk to cut off two yards of elastic. Dr. Mary Walker's life is one continual struggle to keep her pants hitched up without the aid of suspenders- A Troy man has the presence of mind to warm his nose by a coal stove before kissing his wife, and a Boston man always waits until he can chew a clove. There is a couple at Syracuse, N. Y., who have thirteen chil dren, the eldest of whom is ten years old.. Six pairs of twins are among the number, and all the thirteen are girls. Miss Anthony will be horrified to learn that 750 double bedsteads were recently imported into St. Paul, Minnesota, in one lot; the origanl St. Paul to the contrary, notwithstanding. If you wereMr, Cobper of Iowa, and a wife and sixteen children sat around the- table, you might have some cause t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 February 1875

yi 11 NEUTHAL IN NOTHING. -INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1875. NO. 44. VOL. III. i i . -i - r SuWisked Every Saturday, by : WM. X ? BERRY, .-Editor and Proprietor. TERMS'-rlffvarluluv in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year ....SteM ex Montha :.TTTTO Siudo Copies - 25 ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion $2 50 Each Fubsequ'eotririsertiori 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re .daced.rateB. A square consists of ten lines of this fiize type. JOB PRINTING: . Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter" Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program me, ptc, printed in oyery style, with neat ness and dispatch. BP Currency taken at par when pay jaeatB, are made in advance. The Feminine Toilet. The other day, says a lady writer, I I - heard of an incident which shows that even the best of men do not understand all the mysteries-of the feminine toi let. A gentlemen, who devotes much of his itime to the society of ladies, and who believes him self a. connoiseur in...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 February 1875

he ximn mM. $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERSY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, FEB. 13, 1875. THE TEXAS PACIFIC. The San Diego "World" on " New York "Tribune." the Probably there is no more mourn -iul degeneracy exhibited than now presented by the New York Tribune. That great journa founded and so lone: and so ably conducted by "that philosopher, patriot, statesman, philanthro pist, and honest man, Horace Greeley, has fallen from its high estate and has literally gone to the dogs. "Oh what a fall was there, my country men!" Truth, honor, honesty and candor have fled. What is Whitelaw Reid compared to Horace Greeley ? As well compare the; blackness of' midnight darkness with the brightness and glory of the noon daysun ! The mantle of the great ind good Greeley has fallen on un worthy shoulders !; on the shout ders of the editorial ape, White law Reid, the degenerate succes sorofa great,and illustrious edi tor ! Truly this creature has "stolen the livery of Heaven to serve the dev...

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. — 13 February 1875

lre amd Mkrlme Insurance. COMMERCIAL r 'InBuranoe Opmpany of California . ! CASH ASSETS, . $350,000. Offlce Ho. 228 California Street, San i'rancisoo, . W. SELLOf, ......President j3. .6. HORNER,. - Secretary JAMES M. BARtfEY, Agent for Arizona, AJtte tt Wa. B. Hooper & Co. DIRECTORS . 1 . VW. Dodge. ' "Levi Steven. JIub Spreckela, James Gamble, Pelden 8. Wright, Charles Main. W i ummma. W, B Hooprr, F MacDermott, G- L. Bradley, James M. Baray, James Phelae. G W. KelloKg, James Linforth, A.W Jee, H. fi. Crocser, Peter Dati, N. D. Thayer, J .hp H. Wi, F- 8- Fryman, C J ' -nog. D. H Hast-U. Ji jii - Raff based upon the charter at the risks assumed, uncontrolled oy any ombination of monopoly. A business corporation managed. Dy duwibm ueu. je27-tf. TUMA CITY MEAT MARKET. MXT TO POST-OFFICE, MAIN WreE, .- YUMA, A. T. J. X. Be4o4fr & BroM....A..Prop,rs. MSXt - - Jk" aw m, vw mutton. F9B.C, ETC., axs q&ue in-its seasojs MAY & GRAIN At Seasonable Prices . feb-tfU PAINTING! T...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 February 1875

Saturday, ..Feb. 13, 1S75. MISCELLAWY. Wearing tight garters has re cently killed three New York la dies. We don't know exactly where the garter is worn, but it is. probably a sort of corset and af fects the lungs. When a woman won't marry a man for himself alone, but wants him to settle ten or fifteen thous and dollars on her, and insists on having the papers drawn up by lawyers, cooing doves won't have any business around that house. Said a Missouri preacher: 'Thar's a powerful sight of gig gling back thar in the corner, and it's got to be stopped, or the Lord will delegate me to- open the door and throw some one out," It was stopped. A Michigan man couldn't find a comb or a hairbrush in a Kansas hotel, and when he complained about it the landlord replied : "If you are so-particular as all that you ought to have brought the Astor House along with you." About the maddest woman in America lives in Brattleboro', Vt. 'A boy, coasting, came up be hind her and took her feet out from und...

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