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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 February 1875

' ; " -7 : 1 . " ' """""""""c""" .'.'"'j """-t jsl mm. mm. k at sjitVfjK A H&PSPJENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. III. YUMA. A. I., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1875! , 0f.l' t -t .''I5'i f -NO: 45. " ""' ' ' : SJhe Arizona JSottincL . t j-rf:.; Published Every Saturday, by Edlbr'and' Proprietor. TERMS-rInvariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: Ono Yar. ...... Six Montlral".--. Single Copies... ;$5 00 . 3 00 . 25 ADVERTIRTNG: One gqiinre, each'jnBerti'onl $2 50 TZni-h subseaHent'inseYtion.'.-. 3 85 Contnfcts by the year or quarter at re. "A Vquare' consists of .ten Iinesof this ize typo. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter He'a'dfi'Circtilttrai Label, Cards', Program me8,4tc.,fprinted in e'very'stjrle.with neat ness and dispatch. BPCurreney taken .at PAR when pay ,iBents are'tniidefih 'advance.-1 '; A Perverse Ticket Agent. Yesterday afternoon an old man appeared, beore the -Detroit; and Lansing Hallroad ticket window at the Central Depot and asked : "What y...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 February 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, FEB. 20,1875. CHURCH AND STATE. A Dangerous Move. In our last issue we alluded to the action of our Territorial legis lature in-appropriating money to the suppoit of a sectarian school, and promised that we would this week speak about the matter. We now proceed to redeem that promise. Let no man think that we are moved by religious pre judice in what we have to say Far from it. We are no sectarian We believe in God and immortal! ty, but we entertain our own views in regard to theology, un trammeled by any church or sect. We have Tespect for the religious views and feelings of all men and would not in any manner inter fere with them. But the action of our legislature here referred to we consider dangerous, damnable and smacks of the old abomination of Church; and State. When our fathers fled from religious prese cution in Europe and planted the tree of liberty on the American Continent and watered and nur tured it...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 February 1875

KEARNEY'S jFZ VIS) UX2SA C2 BUCHU ! The only known remedy for BEIGBT'S DISEASE. And a positive remedy for GOUT, GRAVEL. STRICTURES, DIABETES. DYSPEPSIA. NERV OUS DEBILITY, DROPSY. Jfon-Tetention or Incontinece of Urine, Irritation, Inflamation or UN aeration of the bladder and J&dneys, SPERMATORRHOEA, Leucorrhcea or Whites. Diseases of the Prostate Gland, Stone m the Bladder, Coleulos Gravel or Briekduat Deposit and Mecus or Milky Discharges. .KEARNEY'S Permanently Cures all Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS and DROPSI CAL SWELLINGS, Existing in Men, Women and Children, 1&-NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE! Prof. Steele sayB: "One bottle of Kearney's Fluid Extract Buchu Is worth more than all other Buchus combined." EFPrice, One Dollar pet Bottle, or Six Bottles-for Five Dollars. DEPOT, 104 Dnane St., New York A Physician in attendance to answer correspondence and give advice gratis. GPSend stamp for Pamphlets, free.Q 20 Nerv ous & Debilitated OP BOTH SEXES. JVb Charge for Advice an...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 February 1875

She pM j&ntmel Saturday,:- Feb. 20SS75. i Therciseems. to be a tidal wave of chicken stealing just now. It .is, enough for one. thing at a time to happen, especially twins. Tbe Santa Cruz Sentinel com pares thattown to '"the dimple on beauty's- cheek." More cheek than dimple, probably. There is nothing more hazard ous than to be bothering.au irrita ble woman with foolish questions on wash day. Ann Eliza says that thirteen of Brigham's daughters sat in the front 'seats and made faces at her the first time she lectured. A young lady in Cambriabor ough, tired of "going it alone," has married John Hightbower. Altogether probably she will "or der him up" on winter mornings. Never trust with a secret a mar ried man who loves his. wife, for he will tell her, and she will tell her sister, and her sister will tell everybody. There's where a man has the advantage. He can undress in a :old room and have his bed warm before a woman has got her hair pins out and her shoes untied. Detroit Fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 February 1875

j. INDJERhJNDENT IN ALL-THINGS. ., ' NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. 3nniiTmfm"CTM"'!'" Jr ' . , . , l 1 1 i i n n i i mi niMI,,,i M. . ,, ljaa , ... rji. in., ..' ' . i mini i nl M "VOL. III. Zmik. A. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1875. " NO, 46, Published Every Saturday, by ' WM. kT. BERRY, ' Editor and Proprietor.'' i TERMS--Inyaiiablyin SUBSCRIPTION : One Yoar 0" Six Months ------- 3-CO 'Single Copies - 25 ADVERTISING: i tQne square, each insertion..., $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 CoBtracte'by the year or quarter at re iduced'rates. A square .consists of ten lines of this wrize type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Prograra- tnes, etc., printed in every style, with neat nees and dispatch. iy Currency taken at par when pay racnts are made in adrance. "My Uncle" A Reminiscence of the War, BY GEORGE T. BROMLEY. -"He has gone where the woodbine twin eta." The, Three Globes. From the Musical Review. I first met and was introduced jto "...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 February 1875

1 $5 per Year; Six Mouths WE J. BEREY -Editor. yitma. a: t. SATURDAY, FEB. S7, 1875. TEE PROSPECT. Another spring is dawning up on us. In this part of the Terri tory the trees are already far ad vanced in their new foliage, and everything betokens that the an nual vernal season in all its beau ty is again here. In this climate it is hard to fix the line of de markation between winter and spring hard to tell when winter ends and spring- begins. Our whole winter Season is what would be called in any other country, a delightful spring. Therefore we j have to look to visible ligns, such as deciduous trees putting on their new robes, and the swelling throats of the feathered songsters, who are always fiist to hail the spring, to determine when that season has actually arrived. But it is here. Hail glorious spring I Season of renewed leaf and blos som, of opening bud and bursting flower, season when all nature takes a fresh start add the very blood seems to bound through the veins of all ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 February 1875

ft KEARNEY'S BUCHU! The only known remedy for BEIGHT'S DISEASE. And a positive remedy ,for GOUT, GRAVEL. STRICTURES. DIABETES. DYSPEPSIA. NERV OUS DEBILITY, DROPSY, Kon-retentinn or Incontinece of Una&, Irritation, Inflaination or Ul- . aeration of the - gladder and Kidneys, SPERMATORRHOEA, Lmcorrhcef or Whites. Diseases of the Prottate Gland. Stone in the Bladder, Colcnlua Gravel or Br ?art Dpoit andMccus 3. I - harj KEARNEY'S- jsxrztkcz $zrciru! 1 PermarAntlv Cares all Diseases of the BLADDER. KIDNEYS and DROPSI CAL SWELLINGS. Existing in Men, Women and. Children, terNO MATTER WHAT THE AGE! Prof. 8teele says: "Oue bottle of Kearney's Fluid Extract Buchu is worth more than all other Bachus combined." HfPrice. One Dollar pel Bottle, or Six BottleB foT Five-Dollars. DEPOT, 104 Dunne St., New York A Physician in attendance to answer eorreepqndencA and give advice gratis. HrSend itamp for Pamphlets, fre'e.1 20 Kervous & Uebllltatcd. . OF BOTH SEXES! JVb Chargeor Advice and, Con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 February 1875

W. B. HELTjINGS, EDWARD E. HELLINGS, C. H. VAIL. H. S. Fitzgerald & Co., PRINTING. OFFIGIAL DIRECTORY. POSTAIj - v -Arrival and .Departures. ofMaile' Saturday, Feb. 27, MAIN Street YtJIttA A. T. CALIFORNIA. ARRIVE ! DEPART : SALT RIVER MISCELLANY. Dealers in Way, "Back-vard cats on Sixth street TUCSOJf. have a wild and hunted look, and the bakeries are filled with mince pies." Two skillful burglars at Harri ARRIVE: DEPART: Monday gndy Wednesday Sl2M. Wednesday, V8 A. M Friday. ) Friday. V " EnRENRERR. M ARRIVE : DEPART - Tuesday, ? Mondav ". FLOURING MILL. GENERAL son. Ohio, recently worked all ; General Merchandise, Wt f v t ft- : i $ Saturday $ ' Thursday J ' M-FEDERAL. DAYID NEAHR, Main.st., ..Yuma, A. T. 329 Sansome sti San Francisco. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Sunday, 1 . Monday, -. WednesdajrVfr'A; Weanesdsy 3 p. ARE night trying to blow open an empty safe, which was not lock ed. James Gordon Bennet, who has gone to Europe to get married, may bring back Queen Victoria ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 March 1875

' INDEPENDENT JN ALL THINGS. . . NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. . ' ' VOL. III. YUMA, A. T.,, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1875. "NO "47 1 1 "r rm ,l .Published Every Saturday, by Wif, J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TEH31S--Invariably in AdVance SUBSCRIPTION: Jno ictrir.- . , . . . .. Six Months . Single Copies 1 00 . 3 00 . . 25 ADVERTISING: One square, ench injfrrtiori... Each subsequent ii?"fcion $2 50 1 25 Contracts by tbe jfrtfr or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines.of this .size type. . JOB PRINTING: Iiegal'Blanks, Briefs. Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, ec, printed in every style, with neat- nesB and dispatch. BCurrency taken at par when pay Bents Are made in advance. The Catamount's Story. A -Winter Talc True, Every Word of It. The Fort. Wayne Sentinel has been interviewing, a gentleman from Colorado in regard to the cold weather there, and the fol lowing incident by "Lone Bill," the Colorado gentleman mention ed, as the result: One night...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 March 1875

t Arizona SMneL $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, March 6, 1875. SPEECH OF HON. A. E. BAVIS. In the Territorial Council, Feb ruary 10th, Hon. A. E. Davis, of Mohave county, made a' speech upon the subject of public educa tion, which reflects credit upon his head and heart. We regret that our space does not permit us to publish the speech in full, but we make room for the following extracts. The bill under discus sion proposed to take from the School Fund $300, and appropri- ate the same to the Sisters of St. Joseph, for the benefit of the St. Joseph Academy. Mr. Davis said : Mr. President i Our govern ment is based upon the theory that man is capable of self govern ment, and to put this theory into practical operation, the people must be educated, or the govern ment is a rope of sand and must fall to pieces. Any government has the inherent right to do all necessary things to preserve its own existence. It being a con cede! necessity to educate th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 March 1875

RAW NEAHR, Main si :wma A' T' 329 Sansome st. .San Franeisco. Wfiolwale and Betail Dealer in i General Merchandise, Invites attention to the best se lected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, con sisting, in part, of Groceries, Peovisions, ZIQUOKS, OICrARS TOBACCO, Table and Pocket-Cutlery, TINWARE, CROCKERY, IRON, STEEL, BOLTS, NAILS SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS, 8P0ETING GOODS, WAGON-LUMBER, Etc. furnishing Goods, gift. toft, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, ETC. And are constantly and regularly receiving, by every steamer, fresh California products, consisting of BUTTER. CHEEE8E, BACON. ,IOKS, BEANS, HAM, POTATOES, SARLEY, C0RN WHEAT. .-.CORN MEAL, BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, CAL1POSWI. AND OREGON FLOUR, CUTTING & OO'i CANNES) FRUITS AND VSETA32jBS etc. Together with a general assort ment adapted to this country. All of which is offered at price3 which DEFY COMPETITION. Buyers will find it to their in terest to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere All merchandi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 March 1875

Saturday, Marcla 6j 1875. . Three may keep a secret if two of them are dead. Jbranklm. Reason often makes mistakes, but consnience never (iuz.'Josh Billing's. "Sally, what time do your folks UineV" "Soon as you go away; that's missus orders." How dreary seeing each hour, As it slowly, slowly goes, To tho man who sits in anguish With a boil upon his nose! "Darwin's Darlings" is the sug gestive name of a newly organized negro minstrel company at the West. A man at Chenango, .New York' has a pork barrel forty-one years old, and his wife can't remember when it ever he'd a pound of pork. A circuit preacher in Missouri prayed for rain one night at a far mer's house, and. the farmer, who had a horse race "arranged for the next day, was so mad that he turned the good man out doors. Sam Ward is reported as hav ing said that he could whip any newspaper man in America. Who guarantees Sam's funeral ex penses? A hired girl in Delaware got rid of the job of milking seven cows by setting the barn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 March 1875

Anzitmt mum, f .vINPEPENDENT IN AjLL.:THINGS. . j NEUTHAL IN. NOTHINfe.-' . ll llt YUMA, A. Ty SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1875. " flO. 4ft Wit Steoira Jtettfincl' -.Wbliiied Every Saturday; by WM.JT.JBEBBU ..... 13d Uor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advanoe SUBSCRIPTION: Or.P Year- id. 5 00 Sx Months 3 00 Single Copies... 25 ADVERTISING : One square, each insertion ,..$2 50 Each Biibfpquent insertion I 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duct'd rates, , . , A square consists of ten lines of this me type. JOB PRINTING: iegftl Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program, xues, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dtsp&tch. EPCurrency taken at par when pay ments -are matte in advance. A Terrible Tale of the Sea. The BhipkEianne, of Liverpool, left North Shields, England, with coals for Alien. Heavy weather -was encountered, arid when the fTale. had ceased it was discovered that the cargo had taken fire, and the crew took to their boa...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 March 1875

. Site xhsm $5 per Year.; Six Montbs $3. WM. J. BERRY, .Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, Marcli 13,1875. RUSHING THROUGH THE WORLD. This is an age of, rush. An age of nervous disquietude. The old routine of people being born in the quiet, good old way, and be ing quietly and soberly reared, and upending their threo score Xarsand fen in a quiet soberly wav .gathering ..alL the innocent enjoyment they could while pass ing through this earthly sphere, seems to have passed away. Now all is rush. All is hurry. We are ushered into th?3 palpitating world in a rushingr manner. We are rushed and-crammed through th e sch ools. We rush th rough '1 i fe in any occupation we may choose, we rush to the end and we die in the same rushing manner. It seems fhatin this fast age, when "Our mountains, lakes and rivers are in a blaze of fire And we send the news by lightning on the telegraphic wire, that men have , hardly time to live and breathe and enjoy life. .This desire for speed and rush keeps growin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 March 1875

as? D'A?ID NEAHR- j , v - - - ' Main hS:J.....,.Xuma, A' T- 329 San9orhe lv'&un Francisco. ) Wholesale ndktail Dealer in i General; Merchandise, ! Invites attention to the best se lected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, con elating, in part, of Groceries, Provisions, & LIQUORS, ClfcrARS & TOBACCO, Table anij Pocket-Cutlery, TINWARE, CROCKERY, IRON, STEEL, BOLT8, NAILS SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS. SPOBTING GOODS, WAGON-LUMBER, Etc. Ws& t tots' Furnishing Go:6ds, grjj (Start, gm-A $oad& BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, ETC. And are constantly and regularly recei ving. by every steamer, fresh California products, consisting of BUTTER. CHEEESE, BACON. ONIONS, BEANS, HAM, POTATOES, PABLEV, COB N 5V HE AT. CRS MEAL, BPCKfVHEAT FLOOR. "A!.tF(iHSIA AN' OKKOON FLOUR, ' JCtjYTINO A: OCf5ANNKO FRUITS A NO VEGETABLES, etcr Tnge'luT, with a general assort n r adapted to this country. All o wh ich is offered at prices which i KY COMPETITION. liuyertiwiiIQnd.it to ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 March 1875

Saturday, .Jtlarcji 1875. MISCEl.li ANY. Laiira Fair, the California n,?r. deress, is out of jail, and has ix. como very rich by speculation. Since the hard times struck Ne vada they have raised the price of killing a Chinamen to seven dollars This jute the ladies patch their nair wnn, never iooks more iiKe real hair than when it appears in the butter. . '. The. Danbury News says that Boston has at least one man who cannot tell He. He is a deaf and dumb pea nut merchant. A Dubuque girl tookglaudanum because her 4over said it was not lady-like for her to kick his hat off as they stood at the gate. A facetious artist, in Cleveland, was recently mulct in $100 dam ages, for painting the nose of a colored boy, a bright red color. 1 "Are oysters healthy?" asked an old' lady of her physician. "I never heard any of them complain of being unwell," was the reply. That's too bad. Boston is to have a convention of bald beaded men. After all, however it may not be as unfortunate as the great fir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 March 1875

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING, YOL. III. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH, 20 1875. NO. 49. hc xxm Sentinel Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: O-.o Year . ....$5 00 Sx Months 3 o aclc romps ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion. J Jo Contracts By tbe year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this sife 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. EP'Curreneytaken at par when pay ments are made in advance. Short and Sweet Courtship. Booker, :of Plymouth County, Iowa, was a widower of 40, and is a plodding, independent farmer, is a man of business, and used to live in Sioux City. While there he fell into an excavation and re covered $400 damages foi slight injuries received, when he moved to Plymouth County, where there we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 March 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, March 20, 1875. KEW ENTERPRISE. A few weeks since the French Catholic Bishop, Salpointe, while visiting here took occasion to ex amine the lands situated above the junction of the Gila and Colo rado rivers, between the junction and the ranch of Messrs. Bedon do Bros., who have been so suc cessful last year and this, in rais ing fine crops, with a view to the establishment of a French Colony, for the raising of fruits, cotton, etc. He pronounced himself as well satisfied that these lands are of the proper kind for that pur pose. The past week- two French gentjemen from San Franccisco, Messrs. Priam and Alphonse,have been making a further examina tion, and are well pleased, and we shall . now soon expect about one hundred French families to make the commencement. We are well satisfied that semi-tropical-fruits will do well in the Colorado. River vajley, where the right kind of soil can be:found, and with little exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 March 1875

NOTICE SHIPPERS! TJJfl COLORADO STEAM NAVIGATION CO'8 STEAMERS f 1 - 23'BiBHBBBHS- Newborn tad Moataua, . Leave San Francisco for-Mexican Barfa and Mouth "" ' of Colorado River, ; (! i :k ii . i : w ' HYSliY TWENTY T)&1$, Connecting with River steamers -,4, for points si -!? th rivpf. jfyeignr delivered at, iuma Si twelve days front , - - Francisco. Superior P&senger Accommodations Agencies of the Company at . 410 Front street, Ban Francisco, Ca1 Yuma and Ehrenberg, A, T. I. POLHAMUS, Jr., nov 1-tf Gen. Sup't. 9 TO SAN FRANCISCO, Cabin, Steerage, $90 coi?i SO ( FREIGHT ON WOOL, YUMA TO SAN. FRANCISCO, $40.00 FEB TON Accommodations FIRST GLASS I..P0LHAMD8, Jr.. aS-tf Gen. Sup'fc. FERRY. BAIfLOIf fc -BOWMAUT i 'MM P" .FERRT -Aero Ae COZOi242? RIVER '' Six Miles below, JFort Yuma, ,Attke regular crowing of-tne U. 8.- MAIL' LINES. The Roads are good, and Two Miles and a-half tho 8H0R PEST-to . . - JBAYi GRAIN OR PASTURE. TWO -FI&SS-CZ&SS j BOATo ' v - -The above describe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 March 1875

Saturday Marcli 20, 18?5. MISCELLANY. A Chicago sauage-maker adver tises his wares is "dog eheap,"' The proprietor of a Boston eat ing saloon advertises a "sacred clam chowder every Sunday even ing." An Irish editor says he can see no earthly reason why women should riot be allowed to become medical men. Diedrich-,- lately married, says, "It vas yoost so easy os a needle cood valk out mit a camel's eye, as to get der behint word mit a vomans." A young widow in New Orleans being asked after her husband's health, answered with a soft, quit smile, "He is dead, I thank you." Yaller Pup Landing is the name of anew stopping . place on the Cumberland Hi ver. and the Swisr- gles House is the name of the principal hotel thereat. "I thought 'twas queer he didn't holler out the last time I hit him," said Mrs. Huse, of Ala bama, to the jury who were try ing her for the murderof her hus band. "Where is tRe hoe, Sambo?" "Wid de rake, Massa." "Well, where is the rake?" "Wid de hoe." "But where are...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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