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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 January 1876

(The INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1876. NO. 39. She mm JSattinel. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. m TERMS In- sria"? ic Advanc SUBSCRIPTION : Cns Teftr Sf- 00 ms Dtf.! 3 00 v r i ERTir.rv : One square, each insertion $2 50 Eacb subsequent insertion 125 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this ize type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat cera and dispatch. ' BP"Currency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. p.j. walker, Attorney and Counselor at Law Office la':h Court-House, YUMA A. T ncv 6-tf. WM. P. MILLER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR YUMA CO., A. T Office at the room of the Probate Judge, corner of Main and 8eooud streets, Yuuin. April 17th. 1875. Win. J. Berry, Office In the "...

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 January 1876

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. WBL J. BEERY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY j JAN. 8, 1376 THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES. We have read with interest the recent message of Mayor Beaudry, of Los Angeles, to the newly elected Common Council of that city. The Mayor is will known for his enterprise as a private ci tizen and this official document abounds in timely and sensible suggestions for the improvement of the city of which he is now the chief magistrate. If the gentlemen of the Coun cil are wise, they will lose no time in carrying out these sug gestions, or so many of them as they have the power to deal with. .The Mayor's remarks upon the necessity of a thorough system of sewerage for the cityt-and those advising the better pavement and regulation of the streets, and for their lighting at night, must be considered by all familiar with the city, and interested in its wel fare, as decidedly opportune. Only a few days since, we heard a gentleman remark that the streets of Los Angeles, were eith e...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 January 1876

B. S. Fitzgerald & Co., MAIN Street YUMA A. T, Dealers in ARE A WELL DSL!?.CTED STOCK of list. 8 s 23 13 $5 58. S CLOTHING Boots, Shoes, Slippers, flart2tVR.re Tinware r ana j ? P f P ' P P P P Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Wines and Ziguors ef every variety ; enotce brands of Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated ' 'Ameri can J?affte" JFtee Cut. H. & & CO. Wa oall Partionlar attention to OUR STOCK . OF THE SENTINEL. SATURDAY : : : : : JAN. 8. LOCAL MATTERS. Please Bead Tins Day before yesterday evening we arrived in Yuma, on our re turn from Tucson, a round tiip of six hundred miles by stage. Of course we are not able to write up our trip and the incidents and im pressions connected therewith, for this issue, but will present them to our readers in our next. We have much to say, but at pre sent can only remark that we en" joyed the utmost hospitality and kindness, everywhere, and have ret"ned f?Ith Imrefl'o V --.--; tdkfe of the vat reaoj ... gietil Territory, t.ud pride...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 January 1876

SATURDAY, Jan. 8, MISCELLANY. All the the angels mentioned in the Bible are males but all the angels in the world at this period are females. "Ef eounty fairs is going to do agricultur any good " says a Long Island farmer "keen out the wim- mfn. Them air pulbacks gets a man's eye so so, that he can't see nothin' else." Brooklyn Argus. A belle who was purchasing some gloves told the clerk she wanted them- of a "subdued mouse-color." The clerk said they were all out of that shade, but suggested "infuriated rat" as a substitute. He was discharged. A little girl at school read thus : "The widow- 'lived on a small limbacy left her by a relative." "What did you call that word?" asked the teacher; "the word is legacy, not limbacy." "But," said the little girl, "my sister says 1 must always say limb, not leg." Last week a Pittsburg editor wrote ; "The closer people get to nature, the closer they are to God." Then he obtained leave of absence to go out into the coun try, and was struck by li...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 January 1876

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. - VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1876. NO40. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, -EDITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $r 00 Six Months 3 00 Single Copies 12 ATiVF.RTTRTNG:" One square, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion i : Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this -aize typo. .TrTt T3T?TNTrrTNG: Lecnl Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Beads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every siyie, wnu n;u nets and dispatch. Currency taken at l'AK when pay ments nra made in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. p. j. walker, -Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in the Court-JIouse, YUMA A. T in.v 6-tf. WM. P. .MILLER, Attorney , and Counselor at Law, DISTIUOT ATTORNEY' F'JK YUMA CO., A. T Office at the room of the Probata Judge. corner of Mam and Second streets, Yuma. Ajini Jvtli. ie7:. Win. J. Berry, Office in the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 January 1876

$5 per Year; Six Months $3. M. J. BEREY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 1876 OUR TRIP TO TUCSON. On Christmas day, availing our self of the privileges of the holi day season, and taking ndvantage of the time-honored custom of village weekly newspapers, of al lowing one issue to go over, (that of New Year's,) so that the boys, and the old boy himself, could eng joy the pleasures of the season and have a week of recreation and re cuperation, the better to prepare for the duties of the incoming year, and as we had never seen Tucson, although a resident of the Territory for fourteen years, and that other grand and fortuitous circumstance occurring that our generous and big-hearted friend, J. A. Moore, Esq., proprietor of the stage line between Yuma and Tucson, offered us a free passage, we left Yuma on one of his coach es for the capital town. Now, that's a pretty long sentence, isn't it? We don't like long sentences, and must curtail or we will not have room for what we wish to....

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 January 1876

She mm jSrntmcl SATURDAY, Jan. 15 LETTER FROM PLANET CITY. Planet City, Jan. 3d, 1876. Friend Berry : I again take ray pen in hand to give you a few items about Moha ve county. I have been away and just returned, and as a matter of taste, I had to py a visit to the celebrated McCracken Mine and was much surprised, to see the amount of ore out on the dump. I expected to see a good mine, but was not prepared to see the amount I saw. The Company are shipping ore from the Mc Uraeken mine to Greenwood, where the 44 Senator Consolidated Mining Company" have purchas ed a fine ten-stamp mill, and are making all possible haste to com. plete and get it in working order. They want to mill ore as soon as possible. They made a very fine run at the smelting works of Col. David Buel; they run out about sixty-one bars of bullion, when they had to shut down on account of the lining of the furnace giving away; it was not fire-proof and could not stand the enormous heat that is required to smelt the o...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 January 1876

B. S. Fitzgerald & Co., MAIN Street YBMi A. T. Dealers in ARE JV07T OJFJPHftHVG A2 A WELL SELECTED STOCK of 4 Vi. act is CLOTHING Bool, 5fies, Slippers, ? best's FxrKjnsHiir& goods Hardware Mirrors TiawRre Traftjtltfi 1? eg J" Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Wines and liquors of evety variety ; choice brands of Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated cc Ameri can J&agle" JPme Cut. Ml. 0. RMftERA L CO. We call Particular attention to OUR STOCK OP THE SENTINEL, SATURDAY : : : : : JAN. 15. IiOCAIi MATTERS. i J. A. Moore, Ebq., of Maricopa Wells, left for home last Monday, on his Tucson stage. Me. Mitchell, of the overland stage and mail line, came in by stage from the east last Saturday and left on Monday for San Diego, On Becember 31st, the Terri torial Prison Commissioners let to L. A. Smith the contract for exca vating for an office and prison ;ells, and also electing blacksmith shop shed, etc. Sergt. McCabe, of the. Signal service, U. S. Telegraph, arrived in Yuma by stage f...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 January 1876

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1876. NO. 41. INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, SBITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS--Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $!" 00 Six Monttis 3 00 Single Copips 12 ADVERTISING : One square, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 125 Contracts by the year or quarter at re ducpd Tares. A square consists of ton lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blnnks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter rneads, Circulars, Labels, Cards. rTograni mes, etc., printed in every style, withneat ness and dispatch. GiCurrency taken at par when pay inents are made in advance. NOTICE SHIPPERS THE COLOKADO STEAM NAVIGATION CO'S STEAMERS Leave San Francisco for Mexican Porta and Mouth of Colorado River, ifiVEIii TWENTY" DAYS. Connecting with River steamers "for points along the river. JFreigJit Delivered at Yuma i?i twelve days from San JFiwicisco . Superior Pasenger Accommodations Agencies of the Compa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 January 1876

to mmix jfentrnd. $5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA, A. T. SATURDAY. JAN. Z 1876 HOW TO SELL MIIffES. As yet comparitively few sales of mines have been made in this Territory. We mean few sales to outsiders- Much rich ore has been taken to San Francisco and to the East and it has attract ed no little attetion. It is not too much to say that public confiid- ence in the mineral resources of the Territory was never greater ..than at present. Go where you may, the precious ores of Arizona are highly spoken of and the rare richness of many of the specimens is a source of surprise eveu to ex perts and miners of large experi ence. But when the agents of capitalists reach the Territory they too often find that while the quality of the ore is all that they could wish for. the question of quantity cannot be answered because of the limited amount of work done to ascertain whetherjthere is anything like ledge or a permanent deposit we nave neara or instances in which prospec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 January 1876

H. S. Fitzgerald & Co, Street YUMA A. T. Bealers in ARE JV07V GFjFJSJfilJVG 2 bkbugbb friges, i A WELL 8BLECTED STOCK of SO a iS 5 9 TSk. m as 5 S5 to CLOTHING Botf, Steoes, SMp?vs, OSCOt SJO0SOWOSCO3CCM Hardware Mirrer Tinware , Valisee dagsware 0 TrttHkn Crockery FIREARMS and I VP? Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Wines and Ziquors of every variety y ehoice brands of Tobacco, includ ing Ike celebrated "jlmeri ctt7i J&agle " Mne Cut. H. S. FITK&BRALB & CO. We oall Partioular attention to OTJK STOCK OF THE SENTINEL, SATURDAY JAN. 22 LOCAL MATTERS. Peter Doll, Esq., of Ehrenberg, arrived by steamer Gila, last Thursday. Judge H. N. Alexander and family arrived by steamer Gila, last Thursday, from a trip up the river. The train of Dennis and Mur phy arrived last Monday, from Phcenix, loaded with dried hides and pelts, consigned to Julius Samter. Goldberg's train, John Hovey wagon master, arrived last Thurs day from Tucson loaded with ore from the "Silver King" mine, for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 January 1876

Sfhc mwx Sentinel SATURDAY Jan. 22 MISCELLANY. A stupid exquisite, at a recent wedding, wished the bride "many happy returns of the occasion." "To lie about a man never hurts him, but to tell the truth about him sometimes does." Josh Bil lings. "Did my moustache trouble you?" said he to her. "No, she ' sighed. "I only felt a little down in the mouth." They stopped at the restaurant for dinner. They were probably newly engaged, for he blew on the mustard to cool it for her ! There's lots of men in this world that are like a rooster take the cockade and spur off from them and yu couldn't hardly tell them from a hen. Billings. There is a married woman with four legs in Connecticut, and be cause she won't have two of them sawed off, her husband is obligpd to work sixteen hours a day in or der to keep her in striped stock ings. "Is he anything, anyhow?" said one young lady to another as they promenaded the street and dis cussed a nice young man. "Oh, yes," replied the other, "he's someth...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 January 1876

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1876. NO. 42. VOL. IV. Published Every atnrday, by . WM. J. BERRY, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR TERMS Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $5 00 Six MonthB I-.- 3 00 Single Copies 12 ADVERTISING: One squnre, each insertion $2 Eacb subsequent insertion 1 Contracts by the year or quarter at A A uuueu mica. A square consists of ten lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. 1 Currency taken at par when pay txients are made in advance. PIONEER NewS DepoT OF ARIZONA, ESTABLISHED 1870, BY J. S. MANSFIELD, OF TUCSON, - - ARIZONA., DEALER IN NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. The Best Brands of Cigars and To baco always on Hand. SSFOrdcrs for Books and Pnpere promptly attended to. jal5-tf. YUMA CITY MEAT MARKET. NEXT TO POST-OFFICE. MAIN Str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 January 1876

k$5 per Year; Sii Months $3. M. J. BEEEY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, JAN. 29, 1876 PUKE WATER-HEALTH. There is nothing that has such a powerful effect upon the health or sickness of any locality as the water the people drink. Health is the greatest earthly blessing, but it is preposterous for people to expect to have and enjoy it If the water they drink is bad. Per sons living in places where the water is impure must necessarily breathe foul air, for the evapora tion continually going on fills the atmosphere with poisonous matter spreading disease and death all around. What makes people live in districts where they cannot ob tain- good water? That is the question. It must be avarice, the greed for making money, for cer tainly there can be no pleasure in living in a place where death is in the water and the air, and carries off its victims by thous ands, especially children. These remarks are suggested by reading the following editorial article, which we find on the Oakland Tribune...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 January 1876

H. S. Fitzgerald & Co., MAIN Street YUMA A. T. Dealers in :ARE A. WELL SELECTED STOCK of M m S 3fc 5$ St ft la CLOTHING Hardware Crockery FISU2AK.MS and Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Tfines a?id Xiquors of every variety ; ehdtce brands of Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated "Ameri can jEagle " JFine Cut. 2-a. s. srra&BnALo & co. We oall Partioular attention to OUR STOCK OF Entr0urni0(iing(ioote THE SENTINEL, SATURDAY : : : : : JAN. 29 LOCAL- MATTERS. Bowley & Myers arrived from Tucson with thou train last Tues day. James Quinlin arrived last Monday with his wagon train from Tucson. Bowiey & Meyer'b train will leave to-day for Tucson, with a full load. Mrs. J. A. Moore, of Marico pa Wells, arrived in town by last Monday's stage. James Quinlin's train will leave for Tucson to-day or to morrow, full freighted. Goldberg's train, J. H. Hovey wagon master, left for Tucson, with full load, yesterday. The Theatre was well attend ed last Sunday evening, and the performan...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 January 1876

SATURDAY, Jan. 29 MISCELLANY. "Bose," a mongrel yellow dog, is the mail carrier between Min nesota and Dakota, sixty miles. He makes the trip for nothing and boards himself, and never fails. There seem to be no com petitors for the position. "How are ye, Smith?" said Jones. Smith pretended not to know him, and answered, hesitat ingly ''Sir, you have the advan tage of me." "Yes, I suppose so. Everybody has that's got com mon sense." Two editors were chosen to of fice at the late election in Missis sippi, and they now feel so high toned and independent that they refuse to take dried apples as usu al in payment for subscriptions. "Neuralgia" is the charming name of a charming girl in Wales. Her mother found it on a medi' cine bottle and was captivated with its sweetness. So some young man is doomed to suffer neuralgia of the heart. "Sir f you are a political thing a perambulating monument of meanness a bankrupt in every thing but cheek !" "Boss ! I don't understand German, butl'll drin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 February 1876

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. IV. IMIIH.lllL.il llll Mil 11111 LI.IHIIMU- hc Urizonit tntincl. Published Every aturday, by WM. J. BERRY, 3SDITOR & PROPRIETOR. TERMS--Invariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - Six Months - - Single Copipe ADVERTISING: One square, each insertion $2 50 t?.,u nnVicjintipni-insprtion . 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re All null rot PS a cnnarA r.nnsists of ton lines of this size type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Helta's. Letter Labels. Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat nes and dispatch. 3-Currency takeu at PAR when pay merits are made in advance. PIONEER EW OF ARIZONA, EhTAItLISIIKl) 1870, "BY a S. ftrlAMSFIELD, OF TUCSON, ARIZONA, 'D KALE It IX NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. The Sest Brands of Cigars and To baco always on Hand. EOrders for Books and Pnpere promptly attended to. jal5-tf. YUMA CITY MET MARKET. NEXT TO POS'I'-OF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 February 1876

Site Srfeoirc J5nM. .$5 per Tear; Six Months $3. WM. J. BERRY Editor. YUMA. A. T. SATURDAY, FEB. 5, 1876 STILL PROGRESSING. Yes, we are still progressing:. and now with an impetus that will not again be checked. Away with all doubts, fears and dark forbodings. Away with all grow ling and fretting, for the day when such things were admissi ble has passed away, and we hope and believe forever. Let those who were sunk in despondency and gloom, now raise their droop ing heads and gaze at the day star of prosperity which Is now above the horizon and apreading its effulgeut rays over our great Territory. Every newly settled country has its draw-backs: there are many other things to conquer and subdue besides the hostile Indians, before a new and wild country can abound in all the blessings and comforts of civilize tion. In many cases the settlers must conquer themselves conquer their habits of repining and fret ting and moping around like lost sheep, or sitting down in idleness, waiting f...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 February 1876

B. S. Fitzgerald & Co., MAIN Street YUMA A. T. Dealers ia ARE JrOW QFJFUTZIJYG- oil JL WELL SELECTED STOCK of 2 m CLOTHING jBts;, Stooee, Slippers, j Hardware Mirrors i Tinware y Rfii Eassware TrUR&e Cleckc CsrcwsSseirj r i j a aid Choice Imported and Cal ifornia Wines and liquors of eveiy variety ; choice biandsof Tobacco, includ ing the celebrated ( 'Ameri can J?agle 33 JFine Cut, a. s. STrnas&At, & co". We oall Particular attention to OUR STOCK OF THE SENTINEL, SATURDAY : : : : : FEB. 5 LOCA& MATTERS. -:o:-: We call attention to the adver tisement of James Moore, wool commission merchant, San Fran cisco, in this issue. Mrs. J. A. Moore, of Maricopa Wells, who had been in town on a visit to her children and friends, left for home by last Monday's Tucson stage. Jose M. Redondo informs us that the wheat and barley on hid ranch are one foot and a half high. We think this beats California a little at this season. The Dramatic performance and benefit that was announ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 February 1876

SFfte mm Sentinel SATURDAY, Feb. 5 MISCELLANY. Mr. Budd asked her, "Rose, wilt thou be mine?" Rose an swered: "I am sorry it cannot be but a Rose cannot be turned in to a Budd. " Trying to do business without advertising is like winking at a pretty girl in the dark; you may know what you are doing, but nobody else does. A Chicago girl worth' $3,000,000 is out doing housework in order to know how to govern her own mansion when she gets one. This item is right from a Chicago pa per, and can be relied on. Landlady (fiercely) "You raus- 'nt occupy that bed with your boots on.". Boarder: "Never mind; they're an old pair Guess the bugs won't hurt 'em. Let'em rip anyhow!" When an Indiana girl gets tired of a lover and determines to dis miss him, she doesn't throw much fresco work into her speech. "I guess you can pull oft now, Sam," is her icy remark; "this egg won't hatch." Sample of modern obituary poe try : Pill away that little "pull-back;" She will need it, ah, no more, For they do no...

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