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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 May 1875

" ' ' ' ' T " " " . ' XEUTRATi IN NOTHING. . INDEPENDENT IN ALL -THINGS. .. t ' , i"' V' " fr . - -- - " . '-- INDEPENDENT IN ALL.THINGS. YUMA, A, T.V SATURDAY, MAY NO. ?. .Published EveryS&turd&y, by , VM. J. BERRY - ' E."'or aud i; prieio:. TORMS-'4nyaria in Advance SUBSCRIPTION. Yf'ST... 00 Six jMenths. . .' Single .Copies.. AiDVERTISING: fOniiqnjfe,.eaoh insertion... .--.-..$2 50 EaobwibsequPoT insertion.; 1 25 Contrncts,hy tbe year or .quarter a't re .duced.rataa. &rtffi&re -cbn'siTstfl of ten hnes.fif this lize type. TOB'-RRINTING: Lecal:B1ankfl.-3riefR, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads', QiVcnlar,iEibeht', Cardi, Program . me, etc., printed in.tjyery atyle, with neat iBets and dispatch. fSTCurrency takf n at fak vhen pay ments .arenntf in advance. A -Pennsylvania Woman. A correspondent of a Cincinnati! paper tells rather an extravagant; story of the exploits of a-widow of his acquaintance. It runs thus: "We dwell, in a branch of .the beautiful Clinton valley, in Fa y...

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. — 1 May 1875

.-Ufa mzm j&enfiitcl $5 par Year; Six Months $3- WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A.. T. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 18T5. PRESERVE THE PEACE. Every man, woman and child, liviner or desiring to live in a civ lized community, is deeply in terested in the preservation of the peace. No reasonable man can denv this. The security of life and property, and all the highest interests of society, demand that the public peace shall be main tained. ; No matter how well ordered the sentiment of any community may "be; no matter how deeply nine tenths of the people may desire that peace and good order should prevail, yet there are always, in every town, a sufficient number of turbulent and restless spirits who are only content to live in an atmosphere of disorder and vio lence. These are the scum of so ciety. Nothing but the strong arm of the law can restrain them. They have no sense of shame. You cannot reason with them. You might as well attempt to reason with a dog, particularly when they are under the inf...

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. — 1 May 1875

.L. VVVHA a. t. Dealers in a wmj seaweed. ferocK of O .a 33 t CLOTHING or Boot, "Shoe, Slippers, rruRifisHiirQ goods a r; llarciwnre , ! . Tiuware i ; i Glass ware .. i; J Cleclu j t - J Crockery j ' I FIREARMS S i . ! Iff J f P Choice 'Imported and "Cat ifomia Wines and Ziquors of every variety ; choice brands of Xobacco, inctud triy the celebrated ' 'Ameri can JEoffle" Mne-Cut. , & CO. W:0aJl. PartfdiiIaritteiEtiiqn. to . OF MATS Street TH-E'SENTi'N'EL. SATUBDAY, MAY 1 lOCAIi MATTERS. J. A. Moore, Esq., of Maricopa Wells, arrived in. town by stage last Monday: 1 E. D. Wood, Esq., of Tucson ar rived here by stage last Monday. He will remain, here a few days. ' Capt.' PoiiHAMUS, Superin tendent of the C. 8. N. Co. left by stage for Sau Diego last Satur day. Ira E West, Eq., arrive-.? in town bj-t Thursday from Ohima- hucva valley, coming the w IioJfjj distance on hosseback. The Coior&dn river commenced rising last Mwnday and" has con tinued to rise all the- week. It has rise...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 May 1875

SATURDAY, May 1 MISCELLANY. A man in Duluth is so mean that he quarrels with his wife about the politics of the paper she expands her bustle with A man is said totoe absent-minded when hefthinjks he has left his watch at home, and takes it out of his pocket to see if he has time to return -home to get it. "I am going to where I won't have to cook beans," was the fare well sentence -of an Ohio wqman who left this vale of tears a few days since. A Detroiter says he don't find fault with the 'capital prize in the Louisville lottery being reduced to $98,000. What hurt him is the fact that his fickec didn't draw it "Lines" from an obituary in the Philadelphia Ledger: Bring out the crape and toll the knell; She's'dead a lovely Lockport belle; Her stomach failed away to get With ninety oysters on a bet. Thompson is not 'going to ask any more conundrums. He re cently asked his wife the differ ence between his head and a hog's head, andshesaid there was none. He says that is not the right an...

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. — 8 May 1875

.J, DEPENDENT IN ALT; THINGS. NEUfRAT, IN NOTHING; VOL YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1875. NO. 4.. Published Eyei$ Saturday, by OT. BERRY, Editor and Proprietor. li'r Il Tajiably in Advance TJBSOHlk flOX r.e Ter I r 00 r Month. . . - 3 00 -gie -""rf . .... 25 " - RTIRTJC5: One eqiiftie, encu iusbftion.i $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 2-. Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates A square - consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Brief, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Lab"!, Cards, f rogram mes, etc., printed in evorv .style, with neat ness and dispatch. BF"Currency taken at par 'when pay ments are made in advhnca. How to Eat sa Orange. A correspondent of the Home Journal writes: Always on a Southern gentleman's table the desert oforanges is furnished with small silver fruit -knives and spoons. The oranga is held in the napkinjust as you hold an 'egg and with the slender point of a knife a circular incision is carefully made in the s'ern...

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. — 8 May 1875

$ per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 185. ARTESIAN WEELS. We have several times taken occasion to speak of this subject and have dwelt upon it at some lengthr but we trust not sufficient ly so to.'tire our readers. Our ex cuse for recurring to it again is its great importance, not only to individual prosperity but to the general good of the Territory. It is of no use to disguise the fact that the great want of Arizona is water more running water. Look at the vase belt of land stretching from Yuma, Arizona, to Mesilla, New Mexico, called desert. And why called desert? Not for the lack of the elements of fertility in the soil, for the soil has been! proved to be rich and productive in the high est degree. " But called desert because of the long inter vals between running water. Here is abeltof land five hundred miles long, large enough in itself to make a state, covered with a luxuriant growth of perennial grasses, in the finest climate in the w...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 May 1875

BUSr Fitzgerald & Go.,; .If. ta XAIN Street lYBMA A. T. Dealers ia ARE JTOW OTFUKIXG A2 A WELrL SELECTED STOCK of 2 o ft i .so 5 CLOTHING Boots, Shoes, Sllppcm, $ GEITT'S FURNISHING GOODS 2 m:m m f Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Wines and Ziquors of every variety choice brands of Tobacco, i?iclud ing the celebrated c 'Ameri can tfagle " Fine Cut. ...'1 m- -. H g. FITZGERAlliD & CO. We ,gH, Partioular attention, to ojiit stock: OF ' Hardware " iir ftlirror (Sgj ft.: TinwarjB . I Vallset I r Glassware r? J5 1- N "Frank : c$. --'' .". ' j (TJ. . Clock i g" 1 . Crockery . i ! FIREARMS i r h . i ? I lA -c3&U MMUMTIO THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY, MAY 8 LOCAL MATTERS. Plenty of fresh pinole, panocha and chile for sale.at Neahr's. , Matt. Cavaness arrived from Tucson last Thursday His wa gon train will be in to-day. Mb. Morroef's new house on Main street is nearly completed. It is an excellent piece of work. Capt. Nagle left on horseback last Wednesdayinorning, on his return to his m...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 May 1875

SATURDAY May 8 A Schoolmaster Around Loose. Four or five days ago i man about forty years of age, looking as if he had been drawn over a dusty floor for an hour or two, called uon one of the members of the Board of Education and in troduced himself as William Can non Harrison of Saginaw county. He was politely received and he commenced business by saying: -"I'm a-looking for a situation as a school-teacher." "Ah, ha!" replied the member, wondering why the man wasn't, looking for a wood-pile. "I could have brought a pile of recommends so high," continued the man, measuring with his 'hands, "but recommends don't amount to nothine." "And have you any school in view?" asked the member. "I want to get in here, in De troit," replied the man. "What waares do you pay?" "I am afraid " began the member, when the schoolmaster interrupted : "O! well, I s'poseyou pay going wages, and that's all I can ask lor. I don't want to nut on style and live high, as I'm getting a leetlej old and ought to s...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 May 1875

NEUTRAL TN NQTHING, INDEPENDENT IN ALL THING'S. YTJMAA. .T., SATURDAY, MAY IB, 1875. NO, 5. TOL. .it !,.. K- . ti.i. ? Publiahed1Ev6ty' Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, Editor, and i'roprietor. TEKMS-Jnvariably in Advance HUBSCJRIPTION: n Yflar 1 S" 00 . 8ix MonthB.Vir.. ."1. 3 00 SiBgle.fCopie8......-.7- ftv--25 ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion $2 50 Each eub'seqnent Insertion ... -'- ( I '25 Contracts by the -'year or -quarter at; re duced rotes. A square consists of ten lines of this ize type: " f' JOB - PRINTING: LpgnlBlanks.BriefBilf-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Label, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par when pay ment!) are tnnde in advance. Something About Kissing. The act that there may have been too much kissing in high 3ie in late years does not alter the fact that oseulatory salutes are very good things in the family. There have been some;. famous kisses L& history, and some that have been important ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 May 1875

h Arizona Stoitind. $5 per Tear; Six Months $3. TO. J. BERRY - Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATTRDAY, MAY 15, 1875. RUNNING IN DEBT. The habit of recklessly running in debt is, unfortunately, one of the leading characteristics of a large portion of- the American people, in no nation and among no people is it so prevalent as among us. It is very common for men to borrow money and purchase merchandise when they cannot see their way through, and have no assurance of ever being able to liquidate the debt, and if, as often happens, a failure is the result, the consequences are la . mentable to the d.ebtor as well as the creditor. In considering this subject we assume that no honora ble man will contract a debt with out in fending' to pay it to the last farthing, and there are few things more galling to an honorable man than to be hoplessly in debt. Sor row and remorse haunt him all his days, he has no rest, no peace, no hope this side "the grave. A man hopelessly in debt is the veriest slave on e...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 May 1875

B. Si Fitzgerald-i&i Co: , THE SEPTI1EL. 'FINE "S T. O'C IBS, 1 L'ili i- hr, YUMA A. T. Dealers in u vTPJT 'A2 -t . .1 :-: . :(iM,. n .1'- A WELL SELECTED STOCK of -A 2- m TO. 2? H $3. CLOTHING ftVttB, Shoes, Slippers, Choice Imported and Cat- tfornia Wines and Ziguors aj every variety , cnoice Stands of Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated ' 'Ameri can Jgogte" IHne Cut. . 8. FITZGERALD it CO'. 17e oll Partioular attention to OUR STOCK OF xAiltWrt' 'fjjfrj hardware ft ? ; Mlrnr J r& . : g : Tinware bailie . . ! 9 I Glassware " r. Ir i i ?r P Trunk ' o $ i 5 Clack; j ! Crockery FIREARMS ! r & ' P MAY 15 LOCAL. MATTERS. The steamer GMto, which ar rived here last Wednesday, brought two more Angora goats for Mr. James Peck, of Mohawk. Mb, Griffith, road agent for Kerens & Mitchell, came in by the San Diego 'stage last Wednes day morning. . Our fellow towdsman David Balz, Esq., who went to San Francisco a short time ago, will j arrive here thife morning on the San Diego sta...

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. — 15 May 1875

"SATURDAY May 15 HI ISC ELL A IVY. At a recent Corry foot-race be tween two girls the one with the blue garter beat. Carlyle is not a fit man for a census taker. He says "England is populated by 40,000,000 souls mostly fools." Six Milwaukee woman asrreed to decide bvvote which hart the handsomest baby, Each baby got one vote. A Milwaukee woman has been siek nearly a year from fancying that she saw a kangaroo in the looking glass while she was try ing on a new bonnet. No Irishman ever made a great er bull than the English lawyer, who drew up an indictment charging that the prisoner killed a man with a certain wooden in trument called an iron pestle. A young man charged with be ing lazy was asked if he took it from his father. "I think not.'' was the reply. "Father's got all wie meiness he ever had." Agentlemanin Missouri offered a girl $150 arid three mules if she would marrv him. Shp. rierlin4ri on the ground that she didn't wane lour mules in the family. A Michigan man has raised f...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 May 1875

INDEPENDENT! IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. TOL. .i: YUMA. A. T., SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1875. NO. 6. Wk mm Sentinel. Pnbliihed ETei7'Satardsy, by WM.; BERRY, EDITORS P.ROPRIETO Rj subsC- Irir-. 'N oiths. amine CoDieSi.i. . . 25 ' i, . , , "iff."! ' NT ADVERTISING: . Oc square, eaoh insertion -$2 50 Each subsequent-insertion.. J 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re daced rates. A square consists of ton lines of this Bize type. JOB PRINTING: Lf gal BlsnfesBriefe, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels. Cards, Program tnes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. BTCurrency taken AT PAU when pay tnrntB are made in advance. A Singular Case. There 'dwells in this city a lady Who inaU respects seems a sane and sensible woman. She lost five years ago, an only daughter of greatpromige, seventeen years old, and 'the idol of her mother. Since her child's death she has had the room she used to occupy -cleaned daily, -and the Untouched bed pulled , to pieces and mad...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 May 1875

33w Srfenra jJenfind. $5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WE J. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1875. Brown Paper. Variety is said 'to be the spice of life, and it is the same with colors as anything else. If nature was clothed in only one color the eye would soon tire of gazing on the monotonous scene. If the flowers were all of the same hue they would cease to call forth admiration. We have therefore thought, in accordance with 11 the eternal fitness . of things," and particularly as the steamer has not arrived with oiir supply of paper, that we would wake a vir tue of necessity, and change the color of the Sentinel this week. How is that for an apology ? FRET NOT THY GIZZARD. The above injunction, which is the Twelfth Commandment, we have chosen for our text on the present occasion. We have se lected it for its appropriateness and its applicability, not particularly to this section, but everywhere where civilized man is struggling with the great problems ofhu unan life and th...

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. — 22 May 1875

feu urn V n Sat .v f$(RIVER &V&uinai 'v the .U? 8. MAIL -At tH Ssk c ctf- ie rut. frit, f--f: i ro m ''Accommodation ran !?- (..Property- FOR ,i"ng' pertainiug to thu 1 err:- Ot fTANLON- at -.bis . A.' EOWMAN.at '.St th f-' 8. 74. ... tlv load' r.nd Balz, Hunouncine.- to they Mi-. gjinaVyrtbeetf- ' B-,J lb n : net A Ctgti ST . ? KH&tf) ANYWHERE?"- 7, .7i v ,f QUALITY. j 1 ' Kta ' , CO ,l ,fhed ia splendid t valo6n, we hate t 1 f- . tfthf fyrytfi and the v torn! iiYuma; SBT-. '? I't--J find; yo- 'iKf:Ti: 5 SASTS : ab m T.-.nselvefi. . Ploot? ai ; . v" " " - ri is. 1 T-Y i..orra the Citi hat thej kavo fofthe purpose i the line, ot Wand, erjr.'lo'Wprice ing and repair riciiUurnl Lm order. V - and th'etwork : ;' and jo such, .a 'Ufaotion. . ' - ULANCES ' - I'V tb'BESUand u rir nud at i prices; ' r. 5 forme --of doie BLACK win the best oa-n jiog, P.u '' " ' 'done 5 Jls,,;fu: " "' AN1 JL Mi 6 !1i ,1"' ' NEATER 1 w iu iueir'nevv! b'uiid- Shop ' ieo I3-tf. SATUKDAX Dr. Loking of...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 May 1875

1 SATURDAY May 22 "Please cum aroun and taik me to thespellin mach this evning." wrote an Oshkosh girl lo her beau. A school director in Town refus ed to hire a teacher because she spoke of her feet as "pedal extre mities." He said he "didn't want tne uingnsn language to go ro auy such extremities." No eetin appuls in school ours reads a sign on the blackboard of a schoolhouse in enlightened old Massachusetts, where education js supposed to sit on the top rail and make faces at ignorance. An excited Waterbury work man caught up a pail of water to e.vcmguisn a hre in a factory, the orner clay, hut perceiving that tne water was hot he emptied it, filled the pail with cold water and put out the fire. i ne case o' the Rev. T. DeWitt aimage affords another melan cnoiy instance nf thfl movifji blight that must inevitably afflict me poor oeing wnose parents per mit him to part his hair in the middle. A prominent Detroit Univer- SallSt. SOme thrflA mnniTia cifrrv married a red-headed widow ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 May 1875

mliinl rutatia NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS NO. 8. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1875. VOL. IV. .JPublished Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIE L'Oll. TORMS Invariably in Advanoe SUBSCRIPTION: -One Year $-r' 00 ix Months.--.: 3 00 &ingleOopiea - ADVERTISING: -One nquare, each insertion $2 10 lincb subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. 'A square consists of ton lines of this type. .JOB PRINTING-: Legal Blauks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter .Heads, Circulars, Label, Cards, Program mes, ete.,,printed in every stylo, w.ifh neat ness and dispatch. EPGurrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. A Child.Lost. A. GOOD CARD FOR TOWSER. 'Oa -last Thursday little Willie j 'Smith, five years old, asoa of "Mr. Win. A. Smith, who Uvea five miles from Lexington on the Salt Pond road, wandered away from home and got lost in the woods. After searching awhile in vain the distracted father came .to the city and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 May 1875

t mmx j&ntincL $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1875. TEMPERANCE. Gentle reader, don't lay down the paper in disgust because you see this word, but read a' little further and see if you don't think we are about right. The word temperance, has become so hack neyed of late years, and under its sanction fanaticism and folly have taken siich a wide range, that many good people recoil at seeing the word. And it is no wonder ; for it has been made a hobby, and ridden to death by addle headed philanthropists, who never knew the true meaning and significa tion of the word. Temperance, in its common application to-day, means the faculty, or virtue if you please, of obtaining from the use of intoxicating drinks. And this application, as far as it goes, is well enough. No reasonable, intelligent man can deny that the intemperate use of intoxicating liquors has caused more misery in the "world than war, pestilence and famine, combined. God forbi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 May 1875

FEKKY. II kNL&Jt ft. BOWMAX - KEKP -A ! FERRY gioross. the COLORADO RIVER 'Six Miles below Fort Yuma, -;At the regular crossing of the;U. S. MAIL u- LINES. The Roads ar good, and Two Miles and a-lialf tho SHORTEST to HAY, GRAIN OR PASTURE. TWO JFZftSl-CZ&SS BOATo zRun Day or-Night for the Accommodation , af the TraTeling.Publio-. The above described Property FOR SALE, with Ererythiug pertaiuiag to the Ferry Complete. " Apply to HALL HANLON at his Store in Yuma, or to A. BOWMAN at the Ferry. TUMA. March 21,1874. tf. YUMA EXCHANGE. Redondo and Balz, Take pleainre in announcing to their Jnendsand the publio generally the open ing of their Saloon da M&ia Street, ifexw ths Steamboat Landing. Tklr stock of Wines, Ziguors S Ctffars CANNOT BE. SURPASSED ANYWHERE ' EXCELLENCE OF QUALITY. Te the Saloon is attached a splendid &IZZZA112 2 ABLE, the b?st one in town. 'Is eennMtion with the fialoon. we hare On 9f th Largest and' the iBcst Corral in Yuma; where tiamitsra and other ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 May 1875

She gtsoira Sentinel. SATURDAY, May 29 How Her Father Helped the BaBh ful Lovers. There's no foolishness about some of the fathers of Dubuque County who have marriageable daughters, and they know how to precipitate business when the fruit is ripe for the plucking, and hangs wasting its sweetness when it should be plucked. Matters were brought to a climax with a rush, at a certain farmer's resid ence in Vernon Township, on Fri day evening last. A young tiller of the soil had for months and months been paying assiduous at tention to one of his daughters, but he was such a bashful, mod est chap, never having been much in the company of girls, except this one, that he had never been able to raise his courage sufficient ly high to pop the all-important question. Ho had gone to the house in which his admirer lived upon at least twenty different oc casions resolved to know his fate, but when ushered into the pre sence of the fair one into whose keeping he had placed his heart his courage w...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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