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It is urged that men who trust
too much to the couusel of (heir
wives come to grief, and Adam,
Samson, and Belknap are cited as
The laws are generally equal to
all circumstances. In order to get
jurynlen whose T minds have not
been made up, men are selected
with very little mind to make up.
Nothing will dry a woman's
eye and check her sobs quicker,
at a funeral, than the detection of
a nev style flounce on a neigh
boring mourner's dress. " '
-If you have any friends or re
latives in Philadelphia, now is
your time to drop them a line,
saying you'll be, on to. see 'em
Women do more head work than
men; that is, it takes some wo
men four hours to do up their hair
for an eveninp party, while a good
smart man can do up his in three
hours and fifty seconds, easy.
"Philadelphia, wants a church,'
says an exchange, "in which i
man wearing old clothes will feel
at-home." Just a& if a man wear
ing old clothes could feel at home
John asked Julia if she would
have him. "No," said she,""l
will not have you;" but before
John coulu recover irom tiiesnocK
she archly put in, "but you may
An Iowa woman has a kettle
cast in 1758. JJut unless that ket
tie was once tied to to the tail of
Geonre Washington's dosr. it does
n't possess enough historical In
terest 10 oesenu 10 tne ueaienniai
A Passiac father wants to know
"what will keep, a respectacle but
poor young man from hanging
round the. front or the house."
Tell him the girl is sitting on the
Mrs. John Smith's baby was
born on the 29th of February, and
Mr. John Smith wants to know
on what day his baby will be a
yearpiu. Tins question must be
consiuerea Dy our American pni-
A little fellow, being told bv
young man to get off his knee,
that he was too heavy to hold m
that way, created quite a sensa
tion among the persons present
by yelling back: "Too heavy,
hey? Sister Sal weighs a nun
dred pounds more thau I, and
you held her in your knee for
four hours last night."
Four burglars stole $1,200 of a
widow in Oakland, the other
night, and her son-in-law shot
two of them, captured the third,
and recovered all the money
When asked why he treated his
mother-in-law iu that way, he
excused himself by saying that
the old woman was rather weak
ly, and he thought the money
had better remain in the family."
The latest discoverv reported
from Pompeii is the figure of a
woman lighting the fire in the
stove, while her husband is as
leep in bed. One thing is lack
ing, it is said; the kerosene-oil
can is not to be found. Perhaps
she happened to be out of kero
sene that morning and' is doing
the best she can without that val
uable kind of kindling.
Girls' Slang. The boys hav
ing exhausted all the forms of
slang address and ended with "Go
get your hair cut," the girls now
step forward, according to the
Brunsioicfcer, witli such expres
sions as these, which we hope
will not be used at Vassar : "Oh
fix your bustle," "Buckle your
belt," "Pull down your basque,"
"Straighten your corset steel,"
"Wipe the gum of your lip," and
"Take your eyelash out of tangle.
It may be doubted whether Sar
toris is passionately fond of babies.
The other morning, while he was
standing on the piazza in the
midst of a. group of his boon com
panions, Nellie came waltzing
out with the national grandchild
in her arms, and planting it play
fully upon his shoulder, exclaim
ed : "Oh, ain't it a darling, Al
gy?" "Well," returned Algy with
the mortified air of a man who
had been taken advantage of,
"Well, its mother is." Brooklyn
Does it seem like a thousand years to you?
It is only yesterday to me,
Since wo eat on tno sands, wo two,
By the moaning, treacherous sea.
And the harpers were playing a low, low
A rnolody sweet at the balmy air ;
Oh. that summer evening in June,
And your woman's face so fair, so fair!
One day as a thousand years to you
Out of all the yenis but one day to me ;
There is always a baimy night in June,
And always the treacherous sea,
And forever one woman that plnys a man
And some other to whom he is none too
And the bitter cup is always filled
By the hand that is dearest to you.
304, California, Street,
-San Francisco, Gal.
Corner Main &. First Sts.,
JAMES .51. 'BARNEY,
. Wil, B. HOOPER &. CO.,
'Importer and Dealer in
Forwarding & Commission Agent.
San Francisco, California,
Yuma, - Arizona Territory
The attention, of
ST ATION-KE EPER3 ,
I AQ UOR-DE A LE RS,
Is asked and invited to my lajie importa
Embracing, as they do, everything requir
ed by everybody, comprisiug, in part :
All of which are offered at San Fran
cisco Prices, freight and charges only
added. My facilities for purchasing-enable
me to boldly make this offer to any
Carefully and promptly filled by
my San Francisco Branch Office,
and entire satisfaction guaranteed
both as to selection and price paid.
In this my motto-is
COMMISSION and FOR WARD
ING. 5 .
Every attention will be paid to
forwarding consignments of Mer
chandise, Machinery, Ores, Hides,
etc., either to or . from the inte
SALES OF ORES.
Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead,
will be made at highest possible
rates for account of owners. My
long experience and connection
with buyers in the different Mar
kets give me a very decided ad
vantage over any one in the Ter
ritory in making. such sales, to
the profit of those entrusting them
to me. Correct and responsible
issays obtained and submitted
Gold and Silver Bullion, TJ. S.
Treasury Drafts, Legal Tenders.
Soldiers' Warrants. Rankers'
Drafts, aud Good Commercial Pa
per, Grain, Hides, Wool and all
Territorial and Mexican Products
bought at value FOR CASH; or
advanced on, as may be desired.
I feel under increased obliga
tions for the patronage so liberally
accorded me as the successor of
the old and successful house of
Wm. B. Hooper & Co., and while
acknowledging this fact allow me
to add that those dealing with
me will find as complete a stock
as was ever offered by the old
firm, with all that is new and de
sirable in addition:
JAMES M. BARNEY.
Yuma, January 22. 1676. tf.
Main st Ttwm, A. T.
329 Sansome si. San Francisco?
' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in..
i. General Merchandise, ;
Invites attention to the best se
lected and most complete stock
ever offered in this market, con
sisting, in part, of ..
Gro ce ries, Pb o vision? ,
WIJYJES & .LIQZT011SX
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
TaTble and Pocket-Cutlery,
IRON, STEEL, BOLTS, NAILS
SCREWS and MINERS' TOOLS.
my k s'
F u x n i s li i n g G o o d s,
BOOTS & SHOES,
And are constantly and regularly
receiving, by every steamer, fresh
California products, consisting o.f
ONIONS, BEANS j
BARLEV, - CORN,
; CORN MEAL,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. .
CALIFORNIA AND OREOON FLOUR,
CCJTTING V CO'hCANNED FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES, etc.
Together vvith a e-eneral assort
ment adanted to this country. Ail
of which is onered at prices which
Buyers will find it to their in
terest to call and examine my
stock before purchasing elsewhere
All merchandise consigned to
my care will receive careful handl
ing aud be forwarded with dis
patch by experienced freighters.
at lowest market rates.
8?" Highest prices paid for all
Arizona products. ...
. DAVID NEAHR.
Yuma,-A. T., Feb. 23, 1873.
TUCSON A. T.
Z. JLEVIN, Proprietor.
THE BEST OF LAGER BEER
Manufactured at the Parii.
U'ho Up-town depot is on Myers Street,
in the splendid building of Marsh & Dris
col!: This saloon is conducted by Joseph
Z?ie best of 3? ee? always o?i
a?id also I7ie jfl?iest
Wines, Ziiquors & Ciga?'S'
The rooms are beautifully furnished and
richly carpeted, and offer
A SPLENDID RESORT
for refined recreation.
. Persons passing through Yuma to Tuc
son, will find this a pleasant resting place.
jaii-tt. - liiSYUN &, IJRAUN.
Great Reduction in Prices
(Formerly Golden Eagle Hotel,)
MAIN STREET, YUMA, A. T.
Prom and after this date, first-class
LIQUORS AND WINES will be sold at
At One Bit per Glass,
And Cigars.and other Refreshments in pro
Also Furnished Rooms To Let.
Yuma, April 10th, 1875.
JB. D. JOKES.
11. S. Fitzgerald & Go.,
'YUMA A. T.
??s . ,j D.ealers, in ...
"! EEBMIB PB1CES, !
A WELL SELECTED STOCK of
Boots, Shoes, Slippers,
GENT'S TURNISHING GOODS I
fWl Hardware .
tT' : Mirrors ; A
$ i .... : if
! Tinware : - c
Valises . s
" .& I Glassware i r
rr i J n-
&p Trunks j &p
O" j ! ?
q Clocks ' ; p
vsi - l
S&a m m u jn iti o jv
Choice Imported and Ca2-
ifo7'?iia JH?ies a?id liquors
of every variety : c?iotce
bi a?ids 0 2'obacco, i?ic2ud
i?ia t?ie cetebi'ated c eoime?'i.
ca?i Uagte" jFine Cut.
H. S. FITZGERALD & CO.
We call Particular attention' to
tot's itrni0(iii!g note
. '.-! fir"
y ON "THE fc.
Corner of MAIN. .and. THIRD Streets
. OPPOSITE the PUBLIC
"IS PRINTED' & : '
. ... lN.THIS .,
. : t-ri' SECTION,;
Lett rt e ads,
Blank's, 'evepy;.jid ;
Tickets, te&s, Tags
Arrival and Departures of Mails :
. -y ' K ' -. - OitJvtv
' CALIFORNIA. 1 . V.Tl ;
ARRivk-r-: -DfePARTr 'i :
Monday. ) Mondsr,
M. Thursday. 3 P. M
r " Saturday; ''
Saturday, ' '
in .-- :
Monday,' 'yr '. J
Wednesday, 9 a. it '
, a p.m.
Saturday. J r" Thuradayj
CoriftresBional Delegate.. Hiram S Steven
Governor. 2. P K Safibrd "Tbca'o'a-
SeMftary.. .--Cores Basbfordxv... "
Chrf Justice IstDiat CGW French,Tueson
Terms 1st Mondays of March aud Oot.
Associate Justice for 2d District, Yuma;?
DeF. Porter Yuma. : .
Terms 1st Mondays of April and Deo.
Associate Justice, for Jd Distnct,Y&vopaK
C A Tweed Pfaoanix.
Terms 1st Mondays in June and Nov.
U. S. Marshal.... FH Goodwin... Yuina
II. S. Attorney.,. Pomro"y... Tucson;
U. S. Surveyor Gen.. J Wasion.. "
Reg. Land Office.. WN Kelly ..Preaootfc
" " Levi RugK'es... Florence
Receiver Geo Lount. .Presoott
" . ..Florence ':
U. S. Col. Int. Rev..T Cordis.. Preacott "
TJ.S.Spc'l Mail AR't.TI.N.Dawley-,: 44
Dpt. Col. Customs. .C H BrinieyYums
' " ..J W Hopkiua..Tucaou "
' TERRITORIAL. f;
: Atty. Gen (vacant) Tactoa
Treas"ureri'.--:.John B Allen" " . .
Auditor..-. ACBeuedict "
Adjt Gen.... J S Vosburg....
YUMA COUNTYl .: . . : :x
Probate Judge.. - 'H. N Alexander
District Attorney...- .".'. Win P Miller
Shei iff. Wm A Werninger
Clerk District Courtil.-J W:DorTingWii"
Recorder ..I... O F Townawi'd-
Treasnrer........ A J. Fmlay
Public Administrator,:' H E Lindoey
Coroner E,J 8mitfi'
. C J M Barney
Supervisors . Charles .Baker
( J Sa later
'.' TOWNSHIP OFFICERS.
Justice of the Peace.. W H Touge.. Yudta.
' " ...R Rombno.. "
" " ..CH Briniey..
School Superintendent HN Alexander
( David Neabr
School Trustees I Polhamua, Jr
Mayor. A J Fihfay
:. j f ... -...-David.Neabr
Counilraen 1 -.---- -Andrew JKeeir
1 Hall Hanloii'
' H '- iWm Burito
Treasurer. ' J M Barney
"Assessor EJ Smith
Recorder OH Brmley
Poundmaster J....M Rechemacher
RATES OF POSTAGE.
. DOMESTIC. - ' . .
Letters to all parts of the United State,.
3 cents each, half ounce or fraction. -Letters,
drop or local, 1 cent eaoh half
ounce or fraction.
Miscellaneous- mail "malter (timited to
4 lbs.) 2 cents each 2 ounces or fraction
Books (limited to 4 lbs.) 2 cents eaeh 2
ounces or fraction.
Newspapers, seeds, etc., (see list in Post
Office! limited, to 4: lbs,, 1 cent encb.2
ounces or fraction.
Australia Letters per eaBh half ounce
22 cents. "Newapapers per each ,4'ouncei,
China Letters per each half ounce, T0
cents. Newapapers, per each, 2 cents.
ReTinitm T,ftrnrn' nnr eaeh half jftnna.
8 cents. Newspapers, -per eaob-4 ounces.
Bermuda Letters, per eaoh half ounce,
10 centa. Newspapers, per eaohr 2
Brazil Letters, per each half ounce, 15- r
centa. Newspapers, per each, 2 cents. .
Ponfrnl A moriiA T.nflfirfl. Dflr each hftlf
oupce. 10 cents. Newapapers, per each
2 ounces, 2 cents.
Cuba Letters, per each half ounce, 10
cents. Newspapers, per each, 2 cents.
Ilinmn.tr T.offara nnr flanh half onnnt-- ''
,7 cents. Newspapers, per each, 4 centat
France Letters, per each oue-third of
an ounce, 10 cents. Newapapers, per
eaeh, 2 cents.
r-.. Qfofa T'.MAr. ner each hstlf
ounce, 7 cents Newspapers, per 'eaoh
4 ounce, 4 cents. .
United Kingdom of Great Britain and lie-
T.ufara nnr each half ounce, sir
cents. Newapapers, per 4 ounces, thre
Greece Letters, per eaoh half ounoe
lf cents. Newspapers, per each four
ounces, nine cents.
jtalyLetters, per eacn na ounce, tea
cents. Newspapers, per eaoh'fouf ounces
Jamaica Letters, per each half ounce r
10 centa. newspapers, per eacn, swo-
Japan Letters, per eaoh half ounce, tea
-t i l n
CBUls. iiowojapcio, jut anuu, & cdmu.
Mexico Letters, per each half ouooa-,
JO cents. Newspapers, par each, 2 cent..
vvitzerland -Latters nnr nanh "halt
ounce, 10 cents. Newspapers, per eaeh.
4 ounces, 4 cents.
Notice is hereby given that all debts for
advertising due The Arizona Sentinel
prior to September l(5th, 1873, are pay
able to C. L. Minor, and from and after
that date to Wm. J. Berry. All unpaid
subscriptions to The 'Sentinel are pay-
cble to VV m. J. Borry, who will also com.
plete all subscriptions paid to C.L. Minor
prior to October 12th, 1873. Persons
having claims against The Sentinel of-.
fice prior to the 12th instant, will.preseat
theui for collection to O. L. Minor.
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