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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 March 1859

"J'JjfV P m' rt : Mil ; : n VOL.I. TUBAO, AUIZOjSTA $ MARCH 3, 1859. r-$o. i. THE ARIZONIAWy m im A .1V3El3IiJLY lAPtiU,'ft f ,t DEVOTED TO ,TIIE GENERAL , ;IN3PKHE i ; .,., , OF, A1UZONA. . id) Vt'" J$3F00 Single copies, per annum, ' 1 ft RATliS'OF ADVEhTISlNCf: ' One Sdudro of 10 lines, or less, ono insertion, $2 00 " " " three ,". .4 00 -i ' J ' ' ' ' Oho qmiFtcr,' 'id 00 " ; . ' , " , ono-'ye'tw) 30 QCr All conimunlcations nnd biiBinbsn 'letters tiittat be' ajldreasedr to; ,Tiie Amkoxian,, Tubac, Arizona. Leech's Wagon Eoad. . lSH- P- F" further iiuiic i(j,aii v oilier cause, luexico is uis uay in-tjf w ' o 'r t w debted for the lamcntablo confusion irito jvhicliff. BPsUn,tiat sorao official investigation be in?. its-affairs have fallen. If the events of Ihc. stjtued as to the expenditures made and. the - Jiia;.u ..jnu.w uHjiiuiijji il is i.uui fjjWQrk done by late expeditions?. Jf no more Liberal ,cau3e is predominant everywhere out-Jiff -K I " , i , i side of tiip capital; and...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 March 1859

C: THE ARIZONIAN. I ..JZ ... . . L -- 3 TUB AC, THURSDAY, MARCI , jSL- pfi To ADVKitTisKns.ft-Poraafas desiririg tSnd- vortiso in this papor, arc requested to sond in thoir favors without dolay, addressed to Tiik Amzonuh, Tubno, Arizona. ' . The Arizonian. Vo cbVnmence to day the publteVtton- of a wccKiv 'newspaper under-the above title, devo te'd' tV the interest's of 'Arizona and the dcvcl opeihetit of its "re'sourcdsl The' territory wo hate fleeted for our lidra'b is 'tinlike" any other portion of the United Statcf). Separated Oh the one hand by 'the broad, Unsettled wastes of TdxaS aiid Now' Mexico from the Atlantic Sfatcs, rindd.iytlu? o'Oi'er from the golden sands , of California, it resembles neither region in its climate soil 'or resources. ' Attached aS we now are nominally to thcTerritOry' of 'NdV Mexico,'' and situated' nia'riy 'hundred miles Trd'm its seat of government, Ihd'wcstern p'drtion of Ariz'dha is . a region without the shadoW'dfanytliirig'tliat:' clatnlri'td be...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 March 1859

Indian Depredations. In' order that our readers in "the States" may have an idea of the manner in which the people of Arizona are plundered by Indians we give a few case's that have come to our knowledge within the past few weeks. There are a number of other instances which are omit ted for want of names and dates. Most of these depredations were committed by the Pinal and Coyetero bands of Apnches. ' Jan. 4 Took two cows and a mule from Pat agonia Mining Company; traced to the Chiri enhui mountains. Doc. 11. Apaches killed a New Mexican tra der, near Calabasas Ranche, took the mule train, destroyed the goods and escaped. On the 12th, took eight mules from Senor Ochoa, who resides eight miles from Fort Bu chanan. No pursuit. On the 13th, took twenty head of cattle out of.tho-corral.at.Fort BuchanaUT-followed,,and fifteen headfooovered. Also, on the same day, tookeleven mirtes from Mr. Yancy, at Tubac, and being pursued lanced three mules. On the 19th, three horses taken from Fort Bu...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 March 1859

. f t i ' .r 'Jfl1' Arizoniau. ; , The Castle I Built. .- LUA DE LINK. , : . ' ' Like some structuro by maglo uprd.irod.in tho night, Stood my 'ciiitlc fair in tho-moming light; Nor hammer nor chisfci had givon It'mould, Tho'-strfIy'itStoW like tho!Tcm'plo of did. 01 that castlo of nliho was wondrous fair ' Arid'tidne the less real tho' built in air. " . Thcro wore gardens around it which rivaled that orio Known as .Eden long Since in' tho land of tho sun; A strcarn purling, onj now in .light, now in ishado, 1 Asit Tdund thro' tho forest; or danced in tho glado: Tho' flowers pn its margin with 'ijisn, and with fjriiyc'r Saw their images worn by tho beautiful rivor, "While the'stroaui glidirigon, as an ofToring of thanks, Sung tho loves of tho flowers that bloomed on its banks., f. Thoro wproj powers .whoro tho. brightest .sun no'or shonp; Thcro were grottoes as fair as Calypso's own ; IThordTKott) paths' that wound thro! 'a' chcquer'.d1shadd Where tlid.dark green loavos in' tho suns...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 March 1859

TT7lm VVI .1!:' '... Vol. 1. TUJ3AC, .ARIZONA,. AIAIIC1L 10, J 839. uxo. " 1,1 9!, , THE ABIZOKIAN, A WIOKKM' lA:k, DEV0TU1) TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS Ob' A11IK0XA. ? I .1 .! r,.. ,... 'its?,. Uill, JJiiyilijj II 1U1IUU IU U1U V MM 1U llllll.'lll. Jlllf, was certainly a wise and liberal policy, and ono Hews Items. t n n m s : ' Throo Dollars per nnnum, iri'nrtvnnco. HATKH OU AI)VI:UT1S1K(S: One Sqimro, of 1U lines, or leas, onojmsortiou, $2 00 i u .1 a thrdo " 4 00 " " " " ono 'quarter, 10 00 " " " " ono year, 30 00 All communications and business letters must be addressed to Tin: Amzonian, Titbuc, Arizona. jr TheITaytien Revolution. 'IlllO ri'Vftllltmtini'V innvnnnhit a in TJVivt? ' which should not now bo departed froiih The ' thofWh with an insi"iiifiennt bennniug seems 1 Washington States says the laic stove laws of Spain which were adopted entire by t0 hive rapidly spread throngl? the country ! trade development in Georgia has excited' thu Mexico, constitute the most coiniiluto ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 March 1859

WW"'" , j - ' - ' . ' . fe , ' THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1859. ficST" To Advertiskvs. Persons dcBiring to ad vertiso in this paper, arc requested to send in their favors without delay, addressed to The Arizonian, Tubao, Arizona. jJiS3" SrnsnnrTioNH niunt in all eases bo accom panied with the cash. No tmbscribor'rt nninr will no entered upon our books until udvaneo payment has boon made. The Mineral Wealth of Arizona. If nature litis denied to Arizona abundant xind never-tailing streams of water, and given to her but few acres of fertile and easily tilled land, she has been generous in other sources of opulence and prosperity. There is not a richer mineral regiwa in the world. The mountains are interlaced with silver veins ; lead is abun dant, and easily worked, while in some por tions of the Territory there are rich depos its of gold. Nor do these comprise all the min erals of Arizona. Iron, copper, zinc, the ores if copperas, saltpetre, quicksilver, incombusti ble c...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 March 1859

What our government-can. do for Arizona Congress hns tidjonrnud iuul probably done nothing towards the organization of this territo ry of Arizona, Much as the subject has boon discussed, much as the necessities of the inhab itants of this region have been set forth in the newspapers, in petitions and injetters to the various departments of state, Wo arc yet to puss another year without the probability ofunyuo tion.on the part of Congress to give us law and order. Other issues than those of the wants W the people, and the consideration of what is.ju.sk ly due from a Government to its citizens have been allowed to interfere with this great ques- tion which we regard as tluTone 'mttf tor of in terest. In the meanwhile our citizens 'arc left to sutler all the inconveniences attendant upon theunsettled state of their politicaPorganiza lion. Those who have risked their capital and lives in the development of this country must either still run the risks or lose their invest ments, hi this ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 March 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. Birth-Spot Memories. ' 1 ,",. JIY UKO. 1). l'KUNTIUK. Ah, how tho silent memories of years Are stirring in my spirit. I liavo boon A lono and joyless wanderer. 1 huvo roamo'tl Abroad through other climes,, where tropic llowors Wore offering up their incense, anil tho stars Swimming like living creatures j I liave strayed Wlioro'tho softest skies of Italy were hung In beautiful transparency ubovo, . And glory floating like a lovely dream O'er the rich lundscapo; vol dear Fancy stillj Slid all the ruder glow of brighter lealms, Oft turned to pioturo tho renieinberod home, ,,2'hat bloat its curliest day-dreams. Must 1 go , Ifryth in tho world again I I've proved its joys, 'Till' joy was turned to bitterness I've felt 'tis sorrows till 1 thought my heart would burst ' 'With the fierce rush of tears I The sorrowing babe Clings to its mother brcasl. The bleeding dove Flics' 'to her native vale, and nestles there To dio amid tho quiet grove, where first Sho tried her tender ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 March 1859

' www miouw j"mi mimmm" mm n wm 3 ' WEEKLY 1EIZ0NIAK. Vol. 1. TUBp,liiZO.ROII 17, 1859. No. 3. "ri I ' i 1 I . THE ARIZONlANj ,! , A WISF.KXY IMPISH, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS. 1 ' ' OP ARltfOtf'A. ' " ' TEltMS:, . Three Dollars per annum, in advance. RATKS OF ADVERTISING: One Square, of 10 lines, or tcssdno inscrtibn,'$2 00 i f , 'f " " " throe " ' 4 00 " " , " " " one iquartor, 10 00 . " " " " pno year, 30 00 i All communications and business 'letters must bo addressed to Tufc Auizonun, Tubae, Arbona. Sp.eedh of Senator Douglas. Change of Indian Policy in Texas. ' Upon the passage of the Orogon Bill, the- e noticed at some length, la week, the citizens of the now State colobratod the occa'j bad policy of maintaining in NewMexico so sion by serenading sovernldistingnishcd gentle-fl many weak and lnellicicnt militart, posts, trucy :.. ti,i.! n,,.,. : i, i. :.... i , .:t"..i -it i Jiiuii) in .tolling iuu, n iiuev; cuyi in wi uiv utiiin and House in behalf of the moastire h ver...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 March 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1859. jyT To ADVKRTJSKK.PerHonsulosirini'!to ad- Tertie in this paper, are requested to Bond in their faror without dolay, addregsod to The Abizonun, Tubac, Arizona. jJTt'SvBSCBU'TiONS must in all eases ho accom panied with the cnah. No subscriber's minio will be entered upon our books until advance payment has been made. , Retrenchment in Military Expenses. Lately in the Semite, Mr. Pugh moved that the compensation of all army oflicers bo cut down to the rate of 1857. Very properly this motion was defeated. Army officers do not re ceive one cent too much compensation. Most of those who do their duty are stationed in far off quarters of the Union, isolated from many of the necessaries and comforts of life, deprived of all society, exposed to danger and death, and doomed to spend the flower of their days in trailing Indians and living on spoiled bacon ! It is a noted fact, that people who are in favor of cutting down the wages of others, are ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 March 1859

" 4 t i Lato from California. Captain B. W. Johnson, U. S. A., had arrived at ban I'rancisco from the North Pacific Coast. Tho Special Message before the Senate. After the discussion of a few private Pension bills, an important message was received from On alighting at the R. R. depot, he had his l the President, in the Senate. A partial debate pocket picked of about one thousand dollars in took place on the motion to refer the message to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Messrs, Ulingtnan and JJigler spoke briefly in money and as much more in treasury drafts. The Indian war has commenced in North California. General Kibbe with fourteen men was attacked near Humboldt River by one hun dred and fifty indian warriors. The latter were repulsed with the loss of twenty killed and thirteen squaws and children mado prisoners. Of tho volunteers under Kibbe, two were wounded; John Ilouck in the head and body, and SatrTl Everlander in both thigliB. A sec ond engagement followed a day afterward...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 March 1859

THE AMZONlANf To the Memory of Burns. Tho following beautiful linos woro contributed by 0. W. Holmes at a eclobration in honor of the birth day of Robert Burns, held at Now York: "His birthday nay, wo neod not speak Tho namo cnoh heart is beating , , Each glistening cyo and flushing cheek In light and flamo repeating. Wo conio in ono tumultous tide One surge of wild emotion As crowding through tho Frith of -Clydo . Rolls in tho Western Ocean, j ', As when yon cloudless, quurtcd moou " Hangs o'or each storied river, Tho swelling breast of Aycrand Doon With sea-green wavelets quiver. Tho century shrivels liko a scroll Tho past becomes the present; And faco to face and soul to soul, ' ! Wo groot tho monarch-peasant. A. While Shcnstono strained in feoblo fights t W.ith Qory don and Philis " ' While Wolf was climbing Abraham's heights, !. '.'j0 snatch tho Bourbon lillies, "" Who hoard tho wailing infant's cry ' " The babo beneath tho shieling, Whoso'songs to-night in every sky, i ' Will ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 March 1859

THE 'WEEKLY M 7( YVI A" JL i Vol. 1. TUBAO, ARIZONA, MARCH 24, 1859. No. 4. JLJLJLIUUCI V JL 1 JLJ-JL THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKXY PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. terms: Throo Dollars per annum, in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING! One Square, of 10 lines, or lass, ono insertion, $2 00 u i inroe " ' " " " one quarter, m a n a a one year, All communications and business lottors must bo addressed to The Aiuzonian, Tubae, Arizona. the river after a great flood, On arriving at printing it 'to the king's use. This put a stop the other side, he found the crest of an im- j to private entorprize; and, after the Indian war mense lode laid bare by the forco of the water. set'in, 'Arazuma became almost a forgotten lo The greater part of this was pure massive sil-1 caH,fy ; and in' a generation or two afterward, vcr, Bparkling in the rays of tho sun. The , the" account of its mineral riches began to be whole town ot iJatopuos went to gaze at the discredited. extraordinary sight as so...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 March 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUB AC, THURSDAY, XRGH 24, 1859. pSTlo Adyktisxcs. Porions desiring to ad Yortiso in this paper, are requested to tend in their favors without delay; addressed to Tn AUizoniak, Tubac, Arizona. . i8SrB3CMrTiONi;mustj-in all o&aos.bo accom-. panied with 'tlie cash". No "subscriber's riamo will ! entered' Upon 6Ur books until advance payment bat bon made. "Will the Administration. Back Out? The President in his late message to Con gress, dwelt at some length upon the relations of our country. with Mexico and used the follow ing plain and decided language.: Abundant cause" now undoubtedly exists .for n resort to hostilities .against the governmqnt Btill holding possession of the capital. Should they succeed in subduing the constitutional' for ces all reasonable hdpc will 'then have expired of a peaceful settlement of our .difficulties. On the other hand should the constitutional party prevail and their authority be established over the' republic there is reason to hop...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 March 1859

1 tr; VBBSBSSSSE Will WMWUJLM1 JMStt Improvements at Ducson. Between Tucson and the mountains on tho v 'outhwest, is the broad valley of tho Santa Cruz, tsry fertile, well watered, and capable of pro ucing large crop3. In this valley several fine .;ardens have been laid out, with an abundance of fruit trees, whoso beautiful blossoms promise a rich feast in the future. Within a few miles of Tucson there is considerable arable land, easily irrigated, with good grazing grounds nd jacent allwell adapted for ranches, and des tined soon to be taken up and settled. The residents of Tucson say tho town has greatly improved within a year past. Various new buildings are in progress, and the neat white-washed houses have an air of American ism that is truly refreshing. Mr. Robinson is erecting a capacious store-house, and has, also, the finest garden in town. Col. Walker, In dian agent, is also putting up a neat office, and the hotel lately opened has a good business. Near the town there are s...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 March 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. A Wake in Washington. Vo havo read' with feelings verging on the intense, an nccount of a "wake" held over the resuscitated corporosity of Albert Pike, the orator, poet, soldier, who was lately by the nown papors, reported dead. Our old friend "Whale Bohn" of thp,$ow, Orleans Delta Writes to that paper an interesting narrative of the interest ing scene. . Wq do not suppose that there was ever gathered together in Washington such a galaxy of wit and humor and talent and rare good-fellowship as was assembled on that oc casion at the house of John Coyle. "What an array, of Editors men I Willis, Mclvcnscie, For ney, Lanman, the Herald men, the Times men and the Tribuuc men, and "Ion," "Observer," "Spectator," "Mercury," "Occasional," "X," and ajkost of others whoso facile pens arc well known. We can imagine the songs that were sung, the stories that were told and the good things said, jCaton and drank by that worthy and pious company, many of whom we have known long arid ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 March 1859

THE WEEKLY- AE 1jUiN I All srm-. Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA, MARCH 31, 1859. 10. o. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKLY PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OP A1UZONA. terms: 1 Throe Dollars per annum, in advance kates br advertising: On Square, of 10 lines, or" loss, one insertion, $2 00 h u a. it f tnrco it 4 go " " " " " one quarter, 10 00 " " " " " one year, 30 00 All communications and business 'letters must bo addressed to The Akizonian, Tubae, Arizona. no longer to play tho spy upon his. honor, and wasdjut on Tuesday last, (so swift and fearful determined to .confront his wife directly with his a dlfeam docs the whole seem,) that, on visiting terrible suspicions. At first Mrs. Sickles strong- Mrs .Sickle,1, Ttesday being her day of recep ly denied her guilt, but on her husband asking tion,!l found Mr. Key there, his horse waiting her whether on the Wednesday previous she had , lor ljim at the door. The rooms were filled not entered the house on Fifteenth street in a with a pleasant compa...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 March 1859

3' "J THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1859, tW-T0 ADTIKTIISbl. there were two hundred and eighty-eight Fi nals, fit to bcr arms, and twenty-five Tonto Apaches, ranking oxer three hundred warriors, with about six hundred women, children). and Persons deiirinr to ad- old men. Taking into account the stealing yertu. in thin paper, arc requested to lend in their parties absent to Sonora, and thoBe at, home, faror without dolar. addrd to Tuh Azuoxixv, . f i . .i . m ' ,''' Tubac, Ariiona. ' in "mal country proper, the tribe undoubt- jtST SusciPTie!t8 must in all chips be aicom paaicd with tho-cash. N subscriber's name will ut entered upon our book until adrauce payment has betn made. The Late Indian Treaty. On the 18th inst., Capt. Ewell left Fort Bu chanan with his command, for Canon "del Oro, to meet the .Pinal Indians, according to pre- j vious agreement. The meeting was to take place on the 20th, but on the morning of the 19th., just as he was leaving his camp, a few miles ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 March 1859

Military News. -Brvt. Lieut. Col. Reeves' company of infan . tnr, commanded by Lieut. Cook, has arrived, and gone into quarters, at Fort Buchanan, in place of Company D, lot dragoons, which' has departed for Fort Fillmore Lieut. Lord com . manding. The recruits for Company 0, 1st dragoons,. have arrived at the fort. First Lieut Randall, of G Company, has also arrived. Col. llcevcs ..mil atomic assume command of the post. , , Thcro is-no doubt that a large number of troops have been. ordered, nd are now on their way to-this Territory. - We -have direct rjii'd re liable information from Washington, to lic ef fect that an extensive campaign will, at an early day, be made against the Apache nation probably as soon as government makes its contemplated changes in the Military Depart ment of New Mexico. We but express the sen- - timent of the citizens of this region, when we hope that Lieut. Lord and hia company will aoon be returned to Fort Buchanan. A garri- ' son of two companies of dra...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 March 1859

0- 4 THE ARIZONIAN. A Sad Farewell. Fare tho well wo part forever 1 au rogrots aro now in vuin I Fate decroos that wo must sever, Ne'er on earth lo nieot agniti. Other skl3 will Vend above theo, Other hearts may seek thy shrine; 1 But no other e'er will lovo thco ' With iho constancy of mino. Yet furowoll we part forever ! v s , All.irbgrots aro now in vain! Fatu'decices that wo must sovor, Ne'tr on earth to meet again. i Faro the well I r . ' ' Like the shadows on the dial 1 'Ijingors still 'our parting ki33 I pf 'Life has no scvoror trial, Death no pang, to equal this. All the world is now boforo thee, jEvery clime to roam at will But within the land that bore thoo, ' V One fond heart will lovo thco still, .i Yet farewell wo part forever 1 All regrets aro row in vain, Fate decreed that we must sovor, Ne'er o earth to meet again. . . ' , Fare the well 1 , Forget Mo Not. i Forget mb not what tender feeling Thcao simple, gentle words impart, AbsencQ and love at once roveahng, They aa...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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