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street where he will be all who desire anything and Castle Whiskies at good work done in line cannot do better done by the Tent see samples. Prices chanco lasts for a and Honey; Scotch always on hand at Mohave came in Sunday .Ehrenberg with a hides. Sunday the with a large consignment machinery, lumber and the Picacho mining Dimmick wedding the day. "Iaeger's Whisky" talks for Eight is the way thousands feel. It is because their Hood's Sarsaparilla, Blood Purifier, will right. are purely vegetable pain or gripe. All desire to attend Charlie West show this evening need have no fear the fence knocked infuriated bull Thursday the seats are high and are strongly an employee of the Several times the fighter barely escaped but the bull soon caught on and proceeded to lift the strong dodges from their pinning, downed theMata-dore stamped on the clown run all the horsemen out of the ring and made a grand stand finish by taking away a section of the fence; flooring fully a score of onlookers. He carried a pannel completely away; upset the roulette wheel and scattered the money and chips; tossed the dealer in the air; went directly through the bar; took in the "chiickoluck gAtne and tossed three Indians over the lemonade stand and was in the street before the excited audience knew what had hap-. pened. He was lassoed in a 'jiffy and: will be the bull for tomorrow's fight. The strangest part of the whole thing is that only one was hurt. The strong grandstand is well protected from the bull ring and soon a force of carpenters were at work to repair the damage done. As- the seating capacity has proved not sufficiently large to scab the people attending more seats have been added today and those attending tomorrow will find plenty of seats and a grand old time is assured all. Altogether the show is the best ever exhibited here and 'the proprietors are reaping a harvest. Haunted! The huma'n lenenment is often haunted to the grievous discomfort, of its possessor by those malignant spirits, constipation and biliousness. But the abominable pair may be speedily

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  1. The Arizona Sentinel,
  2. 10 Apr 1897, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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