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D.. NEAHR'S COLUMN.
Saiuit;i.t . June 15. JSV-i.
A Host Singular Case.
A man named Norman, reoid- j
ins in Court Alley, near Folsom ,
street, who follows the businessof
mussel and ulam gathering, was
Jbund disad (nonappearances) by
his wife on the floor of his bed
room, a 'few evenings ago. She
tried to arjuse him, but discovered
that all the functions of life were
siiiOt-nded. Becoming alarmed
he'sent for a doctor who, on ex
amining his pulse pronounced him
dead; but this she was loth to be
lieve, as there were symptons of
life about the body. An old sailor,
a friend of the husband, happened
to come m and informed the wife
that he knew the apparent dead
m m years ago as a sailor, and that
on the Coast of Africa he had a
similar kind of "spell," but came
,mtof It all right. The woman
udminstered several draughts pre
pared by the sailor, when, strange
ro relate, after a suspension of the
pulse for two hours, the dead man
opened his eyes suddenly, and
said, "Oh! why did you bring me
back to life? I was so happy. It
was Elysium where I was." He
recovered rapidly, and was as well
s ever in three hours after the
doctor had pronounced him dead.
Perhaps it may be well to state
that Mr. Norman' had lost all hi5?
hard-earned savings in the recent
Ktock mania, and possibly it msy
have had something to do with
throwing him for a time into a
state of forgetfulness, out of which
he was reluctant to come. S. F.
A Word to Whining People.
There is a class of people in thia
world by no means small whose
prominent peculiarity is whining.
They whine because they ore
rpxor; or, if rich, because they have
no health to enjoy their riches;
they whine because they have
"no luck," and others' prosperity
exceed theirs; they whine be
cause some friends have died and
they are living; the- whine be
cause they have aches and pains;
and they whine no one can tell
why. Now we would like to say a
word to these whining persons.
First, stop whining it is no use,
this everlasting complaimng,frett
ing, fault-finding and -whining.
"Why, you are the most deluded
net of creatures that ever lived!
Do you know that it is a -7ell-cettled
principle of physiology and
common sense that these habits
are more exhausting to nervous
vitality than almost any other vio
lation of physiological law? And
do vou not know that life is pretty
much as you make it ? You can
make it bright and sunshiny, or
you c in make it dark and shadowy.
This life is only meant to discip
line us to fit for a higher and
purer state of heirg. Then stop
whining and frettting, and go on
your way rejoicing.
B. JEIOOPKK & CO.,
Importers and dealers in
SAN FRANCISCO,' Cal.
ARIZONA CITY, A. T.
Having closed our retail depart
ment, we shall, from and after
this date, attend exclusively to
the wants of our jobbing custom
ers throughout Arizona Territory
and Sonora, Mexico.
To interior merchants, small
dealers, station keepers, saloon
keepers, ranchmen, freighters,
eie., who buy in quantities, we
now offer our entire stock of goods
To make room for large invoices
soon to arrive.
We "guarantee" satisfaction in
quality and PRICE, and those
desiring anything in stock, will
not regret examining same before
doing so in any other market.
Orders from parties at a distance
will meet with the same care and
attention as though themselves
Highest price paid for BUL
LION, HIDES, or any other mar
ketable artisle produced in the
Consigned merchandise, ma
chinery, etc., will be promptly
forwarded to destination, as usual,'
by careful and competent freight
era, at current rates.
WM. B. HOOPER & CO.
Arizona City, May 13, 1872. ,
HKN11T S. FITZGEHAIJ).
.. CHAKTjEB II. KEN YON,
Having purchased the immense
and complete retail stock and busi
ness of "Wm. B. Hooper & Co., we
respectfully solicit a share of the
public patronage which was so
lavishly bestowed upon the latter
well known house.
Our aim will be to please, and
we feel confident that our
and close attention to the wants
of the public, will give '.
On 11 &: Examine,
Next door to "W. B. Hopper & Co.,
AB1Z0NA CITY, A. T.
FITZGERALD & KENYON.
May 16th, 1872.
A V I D 'AJS E A D B j
Main street, Arizona City, A. T.
0' - 3Et
"Wholesale and-Retaii Dealer.
On hanh and ponstahtlyreceiving,
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
mch!6 Etc , Etc.