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

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1875. NO. 34. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. fa rhom jsjniiitel. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $5 00 Six Months 3 00 Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING:! One square, encb insertion ---$2 5ft .Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re ducpd rates. A square consists of ten lines of this eize type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter "Rends, Circulars, Labels. Cards, Program mes, etc., printed iu every style, with neat ness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par when pay ments are made m advance. .PROFESSIONAL CARDS. p. J. Walker, -Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office in Iff Court-Honse, YUMA A. T m-v 6-tf. WM. P. MILLER, Attorney and Connselor at Law, JJISTniCT ATTORNEY FOR YUMA CO., A. T Office at the room of the Probate Judge, turner of Mum" and Second streets, Yuma. I April 17th, 1875. Wm. J. Be...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 November 1875

iSTJ 'lt"'J3i8P?T Efii Slrfeona j&ntutcL $5 per Year; Six Months WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1875. IRON. Of all the metals in the woild. Iron is the most intrinsically val uable. Gold and silver, the so palled precious metals, are sought after with the greatest avidity. People go crazy in the pursuit of these metals, and many sell both soul and body to possess them. But nobody ever gets excited about iron. In the maddening rush after wealth, men go past mountains of iron, without a thought. It is too common a me tal, it is too cheap to think about, and they don't think about it un til they happen to want a horse shoe, or a plow, or a wagon, or a steam-engine or some other of the millions of articles indispensible in civilized life, and which can not be made without iron. In speaking of iron, of course we include steel, for steel is only car buret of iron. We have come across some men who thought that steel was a native metal. A correspondent of the Scient...

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

Yuma Business Directory COLORADO STEAM NAVI GATION CO Office, foot of Main St. I. PolhamuB, Jr., Gen. Sspt. A. J. Pinlay, Agent. JAMES M. BARNEY, Whole sale and Commission and Forwarding Merchant Cor. Maia and "First 8ts. DAVID NEAHR, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail Cor. Main and Futf eta. TT S. FITZGERALD & CO.. I 1 .General Merehrmdwe. wholesale & retail Cor. Mats and fieoend sfcs. THOS. BURKE, Colorado Ho tel i!a stireet. MC LANE WORKS Capt.eeo.D Najjle, Sript. Ofllce corner of H!a end Second streets JULIUS fiAMTEK, General Merchandise, wholesale and retail Main at. near Sceoaa. r EORGE MARTIN, Druggist VJT and Apothecary Maiu sc. between 2dand 3d. k LORETTE, General Mer .ohandiae, wholesale aad retail Cor. Third st. and Maiden Lane. EEDONDO & BRO., Market Main street. REDONDO & B ALZ, Yuma Ex chnnge Saloon, Livery Stable and Feed Yard Cor. Main street and Jones' Avenue. HORNER & DONALDSON, Blacksmiths, Wagon & Coach mak ers Gila street. A NDREW...

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

8Hw mm jlmitind. SATUIltt A Ya Kov. WANTED A Wife. Editor Chicago Tribuxe: Lexington, III. I ain a young man on the sweet side of thirty. I iim rich. I suppose I am worth as much as $200,000. J have cul tivated and harvested my wild oats. I have seen all 1 desire to see of the world. I have travel ed all over the globe. 1 have stood awe-struck and dumb by the Pyramids. I have gazed up on the cold and smileless counten ance of Sphinx, which has stood centimes the mule monument ol departed fdory. I have sailed through the streets of glorious Venice in a gondola, and been wood to love dreaming slumbei on the bosom of the Adriatic by the love song of a gay gondolier. 3 have visited the Alhamlmi by moonlight, ahd beheld beauteous Spanish maiden's dancing to the music of castinet and lute. Jeru salem 1 have wept over, and stood within the solemn halls of the Mosque of Omar. The Tomb of Ti has been drenched by my tears. I made a pilgrimage to Meeea and have quenched my thirst at the well o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 December 1875

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875. NO. 35. THE BRIDAL. BE o Ei A m m Published Every Saturday, by WJVS. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $.r 00 Six Months 3 00 Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING :? One square, eacb insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion J in Contracts by the year or quarter ai re duced rates. A square consists of ton lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blauks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter jjeads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every Btyle, with neat nees and dispatch. GfP'Currency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. P. J. WaLKEB, Attorney and. Counselor at Law, Office in Ibe Court-House, YUMA A. T ncv 6-tf. WM. P. MILLEK, Attorney and Counselor at Law, DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR YUMA CO., A. T Office at the room of the Probate Judge, comer of Main and Second streets, Yuma. April I7tn, JB7o. Wm. J...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 December 1875

t Stfeomi Sentinel $5 per Tear: Six Months $3. WK. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1875. ANNEXATION OF MEXICAN TERRITORY. Ever and anon the sensational press has a report that the early addition of parts of Northern: Mex ico to the United States is a fore gone conclusion. Lately the San Francisco Chron ice had a startling announcement to the effect that Sonora, Chihua hua and Lower California were to be ceded as an offset to the balance found against Mexica in the ad justment of claims of the respect ive governments, by the Joint Commission, which has been in uession for several years past. The announcement was so definitely and plausibly made that it was well calculated to deceive, and we are not surprised that many persons in California and Arizona were disposed to believe it. But we ventured to at once pronounce it highly improbable and it is now known to have been purely sen sational, an invention of some mischievious and unscrupulous parties in San Francisco or i...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 December 1875

Yuma Business Directory "COLORADO STEAM NAVI j GATION CO Office, foot of Main ST I. Polhamns, Jr., Gen. Bpt. L. J. Finlay. Aeent. TAMES M. BARNEY, Whole sale and Commission and Forwarding Merchant Cor Main and First 8te. DAVID NEAHB, General Mer chandise, wholesale and retail &jc. Main and First sts. HS. FITZGEaALD & GO., .General Merchandise, wholesale &. retail Cor. Main and fteconi sts. mHOB. BURSE, Colorado BTo- JL tel Gila street. Mc LANE SMELtiNe Works, Capt. Seo. D Nagle, Sap. 0oe, corner of Qua and second eraete TULIU8 SAMTER, General rff Merckaadrae, wholesale ana retail Main st. near j&eeond. lEOEOE MARTIN, Druggist l and Apothecary Mam at. between 2d and 3d. A LORETTE, General Mes JaehandiBe, wholesale axfl retail Oot. Third st. and Maidea Laae. REfcOITDO & BRO., Market Main street. REDONDO &BALE, Yama Ex , chance Saloon, Livery Stable n4 Feed Yard Cor. Main street and Jenes' Avenue. HORNER & DONALDSON, Blacksmiths, Wagoa & Coach salt fera ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 December 1875

SATURDAY, Dec. 4 Bill Walker's Wife. BY K. C. MEYERS. Some one knocked at the door. It was a wild night the snow falling drearily around, the air dying away and then coming in swift twirls down the chimney, bringing with it a burden of snow which hissed as it touched the roaring fire. Quietness within. A comely matron was sitting alone by the hearth, mending a child's frock. - The three little pairs of shoes lying to dry before the name told that the quietness was only a temporary peace, to be broken af ter the little active brains were recuperated by sleep. Sitting there alone, the woman heard a knock at the door. Hurriedly rising, she unlocked and opened it A man's voice said : "Do Bill Walker's wife live here?" "Yes," she answered; "I'm she. What do you want with me?" "Lass, m:y 1 come, in? I've news from Bill." "From Bill? Come in, sailor, for the love of Heaven, and tell me what youknow." Out of the wintry darkness into the light and heat of the pungent wood-fire stepped a big,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 December 1875

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1875. NO. 36. INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, 1BITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $5 00 gix Months 3 00 Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING:! Qbo square, eaoh insertion ..$2 50 Eanb suhseouent insertion- 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A iquare consists of ten lines of this aiz type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter je&ie. Circulars, Labels, Cards, Prograni uiei, etc., printed in every style, with neat Bess and dispatch. ggCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. P. J. WALKEB, Alra)' and Ceuutelor a$ Lan, lie in the Court-House, YUMA A. T nov 6-tf. WM. P. MILLEE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR CMA CO., A. T OfiSce st tlie re; i. io P-oDaf Judge. I vroer of Mam -nd streets. Yuma ) ajivu jam, ;ai ) Wm. J. Berry, DSLc in the "Sentinel" buildin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 December 1875

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY. DEC. 11, 1875. THE TEXA8 & PACIFIC RAIL ROAD. Some may think this subject old and worn-out, but they are greatly mistaken, for it was never fresh er than just now, and the prospect never so bright for the speedy ac complishment of the great work. Since the insane and perfidous action of the last Congress, the matter has been thoroughly can vassed, and people who had hard ly thought of it before have given it deep attention, until every in telligent and unprejudiced man in the nation, north, south, east and west, is convinced, of the im p rtance and necessity of the com pletion of this great transconti nental thoroughfare. We say ne cessity, because it is so, and no argument is required at this day to prove that point. It in admit ted by all, except those who from selfish motives, and the proprie tors and tools of ajheartless mono, poly, oppose it. It fs a necessity to the Govern ment itself,2 because in case ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 December 1875

H. S. Fitzgerald & Co., MAKV Strut VVIQA A. X. Sealers in ARE AtrILgSSC'P& STOCK of! I 3 S3 I SI CLOTHING Jteta, Sfetes, Slippers, $ gebips rmtHisHEja goods g PM M P P P Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Jfines and Ziquors 0 eyery variety ; choice founds of Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated "Ameri Mm JSagU " JPme Cut. W call Particular attention to .OUR STOCK OF ifjjjfj Hardware j" r' Tinware i r t i il I Crtekefi-? ! & FIAKAKMS r 1 1 & THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY : : : : : DEC. 11 LOCAL MATTERS. Proceedings of Court in our next the District Da. W. W. Jones arrived here lastThurcdayJby the Tucson stage. Mb. MitchelIi, stage proprie tor and mail contractor, arrived by stage from San Diego last Mon day and-passed on for Tucson. A. G. Hubbabd, of the Planet Mine, and A. Frank, of Ehren berg, came down on the Colorado yesterday. a"a-c Com-eptiun opened last Feedy evening, and rue- filing veiy plesently- Knchile Jch s.rd 4niftU are plf-nty nd Gov. Mccormick uuu yvhc ici for Tuc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 December 1875

SATURDAY, Dec. 11 Honor to Our Workingmen. Whom shall we call our heroes 7 To whom our prnises sing ? Thp pnmpered child of fortune, The titled lord or king ? They live by others' labor Take all and nothing give ; The noblest type of manhood Are those who work to live. Thon honor to our workmen, Our hardy sons of toil T The heroes of our workshop, And monarcbs of of the soil. Who spans the enrth with iron, And rears the palace dome ? Who creates for the rich mau The comforts of a home 7 It is the patient toiler I All honor to him then ; The true wealth of the nation Is in her workingmen. For many barren ages Earth hid her treasure deep, And ail her giant forces Seemed bound as in a sleep ; Then Labor's "anvil chorus" Broke on the startled air, And lo ! the earth in rapture Laid all her riches bare. ' Tib toil that over nature Gives man his proud control, And purifies aud hallows The temples of his soul. It scatters foul diseases, With all the ghastly train ; Puts iron to the muscle....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 December 1875

. . " - - INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1875. NO. 37. VOL. IV. Wlt mm j&nthteL Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION : One Year 3j 00 Months 3 00 Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING: ' One square, each insertion $2 50 Each 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: Lenl Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter eads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat th-ss and dispatch. Currency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. PR O SESSIONAL OA RDS. P. .) WaJ.KEB, JVUor:ie5" mstl Couai'.ior at taw, Offu-- in iV CitfJv:-Ttjn- YUM A,..-; A. T II- U ii Attorney and 'Counselor at Law. IMs-TKlCT ATTii;Vf'V !' VP.M.l CO , A. T ()&U'f ?A thJ ru in: nf the l'mbate Judge, CnrM-r o! S3iiiu t si'i lv'riiiid streets, Yuma j April i?ZL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 December 1875

$fa Srizcna Smifind. $5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 18, 1875. CONGRESS. The Senators and Represent fives of the States composing the American Union are now in ses sion, and the eyes of the nation are upon them. Much is looked for from this Congress, and it will be 'well for the members thereof to remember that they are the servants, and not the masters of the people. Although this is a time of profound peace through out the country, there are certain important and vital questions to be acted upon, affecting the wel fare and prosperity of the whole nation, and from the treatment of which Congress may not shrink. The circumstances under which this Congress has met are of a peculiar nature. The Senate and the House of Representatives, in their respective majorities, are composed of opposing elements ; the Senate having a Republican and the House a Democratic ma jority. Under this state of things, it is plain to be seen, that if dog ged parti...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 December 1875

B. S. Fitzgerald & Co., MAIN Street YUIttA A. T.4 Dealers in ARE WOW GFJFUIZIJYG &2 A WELL SELECTED STOCK of 5 o Ik 1 CLOTHING Boots, SkocH, Slippers, Hardware Mirror e Tinware ValiBes Ola Bg ware Trank Clock Crockery FIREARMS and HHMM Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Wines and Ziquors every ran sir . cuuice brands of Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated "j&meri- can Eagle33 Etne Cue, SL. S. FIT BR AX & CO. We call Partioular attention to OUR STOCK OP THE SENTINEL, SATURDAY DEO. 18 LOCAL MATTERS. J. A. Moore. Esq., of Maricopa Wells, arrived in town by the San Diego stage last Monday. Go to Geo. M. Knight, Gila St., for your nice cakes and artistic confectioneries for the holidays. He is not excelled in his line any where. Call and see. Wm. Vandever, Jr., a very pleasant and accomplished young gentleman, came with Col. Bar ney from San Francisco, and will remain in Yuma a few days. Mr. Vandever was here a few months ago. The preparations for the holi. days are elaborate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 December 1875

lie gjdjfeona jifentinfcL SATUROAY Dec. 18 In the Detroit Police Court. A HEA.THEN CHINESE WHO GETS DRUNK. "Rot a Chinaman, eh?" mused his Honor as Bijah proudly escort ed out a "John." .The prisoner indulged in many gestures and a great deal of Chinee language. "It won't do, my boy won't do," replied the court with a shake of his head. "I can't un derstand your infernal lingo, and you needn't talk tea-chest marks to me. I am here to administer 1 tv in the name of the American people, in the American language, and I want to know about your being drunk You were found on the Wrtlk, dead drunk, and this is your hour of peril." "Washeeglood man Michi gan street !" said the prisoner, going through with many mo tions. "Are you one of Wap-Hap's mon ?" "Yles yles washee Wah-Hap no get dlunk !" "You might have been stretch ed ont on the walk to get a bite of fresh air, but it looks to me as if your legs had been tangled up by whisky. What do you mean, young man, by coming over to America and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 December 1875

Arizona INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1875. NO. 38. ik grama gtntiitel Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $5 00 BixJMontbs 3 00 Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING:: One square, each insertion ...$2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 So Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A Bqnaro consists of ten lines of this 4ize type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lntter Deads, Circalars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat sers and dispatch. ty Currency taken AT par when pay ments are made in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. p. j. walker, Attorney and CoHiiselor at Law, .Office in ti!i Court-House, YUMA, d. T m v 6-tf. WM. P. MILLER, .Attorney and Counselor at Law, PI STRICT ATTORNEY FOR YUMA CO., A. T Office at the room of the Probate Judge, corner of Main and Second streets, Yuinn. Aprfl 17th, 1875. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 December 1875

8Hui xkm jnfintf. $5 per Year; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, DEC. 25, 1875. CHRISTMAS. Once more,-in the Providence of God, we are permitted to use this time -honored salutation words that would seem old and hackneyed and worn-out, were it not for their beautiful significance, and that no other words can be found to exactly take their place. Yes, this salutation is very old. It has sounded thro the world once a year, ever since the stars sang together with joy, and the Angels shouted, "Glory to God in the highest, peace on earth and good will to men." It is uttered by fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters and friends, wher ever Christianity is known and good will is felt. It i3 heard in the cottage of the poor as we'll as in the palace of the wealthy, and though often uttered lightly, is perhaps as generally used with true feeling and fervor, and with as full a realization of its import, as any other pharse in human language. It is a season of joy and festi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 December 1875

H. S, Fitzgerald & Co., MAIN Street YUITIA A. T. Dealers in ARE A WELL SELECTED STOCK of 31 $ 5 &9 3 S as "S3 to. CLOTHING Bet, Slices, fppern, g STOMSHDfG GOODS g ccwoocococxs xxy3 30o rosco xx;N5 xntocn: rex XV -Hardware jj I Wirrort 1 msk! I CrmiJtery tea?? ! F1RKARMS an Choice Imported and Cal ifornia "Wines and J,iquo7ms of every variety ; choice brands of Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated . "Ameri can JSagle" IHne Cut. We call Partioular attention to OUR STOCK OF THE SENTINEL, SATURDAY : : : : : DEC. 25 LOCAL MATTERS. A Merry Christmas ! Our excellent friend and fellow citizen Dr. A. E. DeCorsey, who had been absent for a few months, attending to professional duties at the Pima Agency, came in by the Tucson stage last Saturday. Our young and pleasant friend Chae. Vandever, of the house of Col. Jas. M. Barney, who had been to San Diego, to meet his father", returned by stage last Wednesday morning. I. Lyons, of the firm of Lyons & Levy, returned last Wednesday, by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 December 1875

SATURDAY, Dec. 25 MISCELLANY. True affection grows stronger as it grows older. The same may be said of an egg. A woman who weighs seven hundred and fifty pounds is win tering in Chicago. Jt is not the correct thing for a gentleman to wink at a lady. It is always the lady's place to wink first. Three-fourths of the woman of Boston dare not sneeze with their mouths open, owing to their ina bility to hold on to their teeth. The man who is curious to see how the world could get along without him can find out by stick ing a cambric needle in a mill pond, and then withdrawing it and looking at the hole. The convicts of the New Jersey State Penitentiary have mutinied because theycould not have three meals a day. They should have thought of this before they went into training for the penitentiary. An awful fate has overtaken a Texas lawyer. The Bonham En terprise says: Joe Dupres made his first speech on Tuesday, assist ing Captain Sims in the prosecu tion of Alex. Rogers. The jury sentence...

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