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d. neahrs column.
Saturday,, July 13, 1ST2.
Illustrative of the intense aver
sion to Prussian rule pervading
the provinces of Alsace and Lor
raine, wo have the following
At Metz, recently, a little girl,
twelve or fourteen years old, was
playing ball on some walk where
there happened to bo a Prussian
General accompanied by a couple
of ladies. The child's ball hap
pened to roll between the legs of
the General. He picked it up,
and holding it out to the little girl,
said to her: "Come and get it.'
"No." replied she, "I do not want
it." "Why not?" said the Gener
al. "Because you are a Prussian."
"I am not a Prussian I am a
Bavarain." "Ah!" said the little
girl: "A servant of the Prussians
then. You can keep my ball."
She went away, and the General,
transferring his anger to the un
lucky ball, which was not to
blame, tramped on and burst it.
a j i n jse a ii n 3
Main street, -Arizona City, A. T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer."
Cleverly Cornered Them.
Rev. Mr. Laurie, Univeraalist
minister, changed with Dr. Chap-
in one Sunday, and soon after he
appeared in his desk people began
to go away. He watched the ex
odus for a few minutes, and then,
rising, said, in a deep voice, clear
ly heard throughout the church,
and just sufficient Seotch brogue
in his tone to give raciness to his
words: "All those who came
here to worship Almighty God
will please join in singing a hymn,
and while they are doing so, those
who came to worship E. H.
Chapin will have an oppotunity
to leave the church." His audi
ence did not diminish much after
A colored man was asked why
he did not get married. "Why,
you see, sah," said he, "I got an
old mudder, an' I hab to do for
her, ye see, sah, an' ef I didn't
buy her shoes and stockins she
wouldn't get none. Now, ef I
was to get married I'd hab to buy
dem tings for my wife, and dat
'ud be takin' do, shoes au' stockins
rite out ci' my ole mudder's mouf."
Vice President Colfax has re-
ceived a paper signed by 156 j
colored persons in Georgia, asking !
Congress to assist the eokmizntio.n j
ooio!y in ending them to Liberia. '
On hand and constantly receiving,
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- f, f
- Hard ware
9 - -- Tinware-
r' f Clothing:
J 8 A M T E R ' S
CHEAP CASH STOUE,
(Formerly Cheap Jolxn Store.)
Main street, Arizona City.
Has on hand and is constantly receiving,
Foreign and Domestic
Silks, Satins and Laces,
and a fine assortment of
Brown and Bleached
Sheering and Shirting,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes, Ties and Boots!
Men's Boys' and Youths'
We have this day sold our en-
tiro retail stock to HENRY S.
FITZGERALD and CHARLES
H. KENYON, who have opened
one door above our old stand 4'on
the corner." We bespeak for them
our successors the patronage
so liberally bestowed upon us for
the past twenty years, and also
trust that they may continue to
supply the public for the next
twenty, for the benefit of all con
cerned. WM. B. HOOPER & Co.
Arizona City, May 13, 1S72. 3m
COMPANY'S S. S. sSSESKi
"Newbern" leaves San Francisco
for the Moath of the Colorado
River about the 15th of each
month, connecting with river
steamers for points along the river
Freight delivered at Yuma in 12
days from San Francisco. Supe
rior passenger accommodations.
Agencies of the company at 610
Front st., San Francisco, Cal., Yu
ma and Ehrenberg, A. T.
I. POIHAMUS, eJ.,
5yt Genl Sup't.
San Diego, Arizona City and Tucson
V, S. MAIL
Tri-Weekly i-ne of four-horso
coaches running between San Di
ego and Tuscon:
SSTtime five DAYS. "3
Leaves San Diego every Sun
day, Tuesday and Thursday eve-
Boots,.. Shoes, Hats and Caps, nings, connecting with the Me
and everything in general demand
in Arizona. my25
QHOICE OJLD WHISKEYS,
Now arriving and for sale
AT AGENTS' KATES,
H. WEBSTER & COS
Fare to Arizona City, $10j to
Tuscon, $90; to Ralston, $125, gold
Office, corner Fourth and Dsts.,
JOHN CAPRON, Prop'r.
E O R G K MA K T I N,
Wholesale and retail
Main street, Arizona City.
agL. Physicians' prescriptions
carolully compounded. mchlO
XbureKa. A RIZONA CITY
.WIJiMERDING k KEL
LOGG'S Old Bourbon
' J. M. REDONDO & BRO.,
! Keep a fresh supply of Beef, Veal,
Mutton, Pork, etc., and GAME in
, its season. Also,
I Hay and Grain,
at reasonaoie prices. znchlG
j ,4 MJSBIC.AN BAKERY.
,e xX Atam St., Arizona Citx-.
Hats and Caps
mchlO Etc. Etc.
ii. Hll L, JVJ2, L 1 XilLf bU. O ! G. M. KNIGHT Vrr.,
' . iT , . ." 'Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes, Can-
Daniel Boon dies, etc. constantly on hand.
-Tnn TTpttli i PartiesandfamiIiessupplied
iou Awut on short notice and most xeason-
AJliier. able terms. m'chlG
And a large variety of every
thing in that line of
:ames s. spann-
& o o y s
May 18th, 1372.
County Kecorder, Yuma Co.
! "Documents must be properly
j stamped, and accompanied by thn
! Recorder's fees.
, Km Comcyancia? of everv
1 descriptioa, neatly an-i correetl'v