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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 29 September 1859

THE WEEKLY AEIZONIAN VOLUME 1. 'imncirvM- AUTyrvxTA swptioai nv.n. 91) . ISn!). THE ARIZONIAN, A WnUKI.Y I'AI'Hlt, DEVOTED TO TUB (WN'KKAL IXTEP.ESTS OV AM7.0NA. J. IIOWAIID W ISM.S, Editor. t e nus: Threa Dollars per annum, in adfanes. KATES Or AT1TIIITIKINO: Oaa Squart, of 10 lines, or leu, ono insertion, $! 00 it a a ii a tbroo " 4 00 ' " " one quarter, 10 00 a ii a " ono year, 20 00 Jill communications and business letters must be addressed to Tni Amzomiax, Til"on, Arizona. A iLctter I'rom IIjo ' U1jIhiI1oiis. " . . . . . M . . .. 1 i 1.. .1 i Milla ia the residence of tho Probate or ! There was a bit of a row, too here: it com-' lias not, it is his misroriunc, nnu x........ i. ,i of d. l,nr,'(rnf li, 'mnnpml nt n. f,n7e. in wh eh tho Americans and ho lias missed a literary ircai. n ou" 'j WUIHT U UUU V. miu nmu istw t-iaaw . w ;.. , . , , ti 1J . tt.UU VUUU.j which tuniiiiai.o naw isvivi ivsu- - i ii . " T tory of ArUima-boUi sides of the P.io Grande,! of the "muss" was this: a...

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. — 29 September 1859

THE ARIZONIAN, rt-tT-To Advkrtisehs. veru-e in this letter, are ieqdteil to vend in their U Jii without delay, addressed U III AmiUMAt., Tu i'ta Aiu Miu. i-fbtucairrios'i miiiit in nil cases be acooni rRinl with the rn-h. N' ailhsi'ribur'B name Will bo entered upon our books until udvauco payment h&s liccn made. .1. ). HOW is nnr authorised Agent at Arl x iui 1'ily to reoetvi. aiul receipt for subscriptions to Iho Akuonian. T.ii.in.Iii.s. Suplemlior !litli Our intention at the present time is to I ropl to the atticletolelr as relates lo Arizona ; I'ornmn desiring to ud- nod in doito so w would Mk the illenublican, wlien'iiiay 1 look'for the bmo Ufat tlio nunic of Arizona Will " weR-dafined f Are wc to unit 'lil our prayers are answered, in the or ganization of the Territory ? One would sup pose that the name of Arizona was already sunieiently defined, that excites so sensitively tho nerves of those Republican gentlemen whenever il is heard or seen, they can hardly let it pais wi...

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. — 29 September 1859

LinnaiituofVjTwMiiinvj,Fni,tbViviitmfwajj-w aiwiajoa,rtMswiss?jsJsiM'i and lis I was going to IiOS Vegoi the oilier day, I lienrtl n great outcry nnd cracking of whips on the road before mo, and when I reached the spot, I found a wagon with the foro wheeie mired down, hopelessly stalled advance was impossible. That, was fixed f.ict, No. 2. I drew" the rein, and watched their operations with interest. Finding that to go forward, was impossible, a " new hand " "pot his shoulder to thi- wheel," unhitched the team from the front end, and hitched it on behind, and pjulled the jther way, and she came kiteiug out of that "foul snap," and didn't half try then they greasod, took a new coarse, and inado port, in safety. If the editor finds anything "supgnstiw, " in the conrso pursued by the wagoners, he is welcome to try it, 'I'he uditor in tho article refer ed to, wishes to maka it appear that Mr. On. an has injured his chaucta for re-election, by de nouncing the conduct of the Navajoe campa...

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. — 29 September 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. o croii nit to m a v, The day that brightens half the earth, la night to half. Ah, sweet I One's mourning l another's mirth You wear yonr bright years like a erown Whllo initio, ilosul garlands, tanglo down In chains about my foot. TIiq 1 reoio whioh wakens the folded flower Sweeps dead leaves from the treo; So partial Time, as hour by hour Ho toll the rpid yoars, ohou I lirings bloom nj beauty still to you, Hut Iohvus liia blight with mi'. The rain which calln the violet up Outnf tlie moistened mouhi, Siinttere tlio wind-Mowers fragllo oup : For even Xaturo has her pets, And, favoring tho new, forgets To love and spnro tho old. Tli o shower which make the htul :i row, ltoats otf the lilac -bloom. I nm a lllao so life goes A lilao that hat oullived May; You cro a blush-rose. Wcllatlay 1 1 pass nml givo you room 1 Atlantic .Monthly for September. The Lmtii Jeuovmi Not Knowk. Grant Tliorburn relates tho following anectloto of Rev. Dr. Webster, a celebrated preacher of t...

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. — 6 October 1859

CHE WEEKLY AEIZ0NIAN7 VOLUME 1. TUCSOX, AKIZOXA, OCTOBER G, J859. NUMBER 32. THE ARIZONIAN, A UIlUlil.Y IMI'KIt, DEVOTED TO T1IK (IEXEKAL 01- AUI7.0XA. INTERESTS mo here suggest to the "white" traveler to "enjoy this kind of sport, After we left the ! v. u . -., . i. when passing through any nor.ion of the no , . . sights m a small town, will naturally exclaim, J. IiOWAItU WHI.I.S, Hdllor. TERMS! Three Dollars per annum, In aurane.. TK or AIIT1RT1HIX0! On Squire, cf 10 Ilnei, or leit, one Insertion, $2 00 " " thm " 4 00 " " " " " one quarter, 10 00 " " " " " one year, SO M All communications and business letters must le JJrescl to Ths Amzomiiv, Tuoon, Arlionn. try, populated by the Mexicans whether it it teller (cOKTIJfttED.) from tlu; " CJhI(uitotis." Tucsov, Skit; 25th 1859. KuiToit Amzo.viAN, Sir: We left Dona Ana in a splendid roach, drawn by six fine mules, and an out-rider ; and did not cha.ge animals again for nearly 100 miles, until we passed the jornada del rnvtrto, (journe...

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. — 6 October 1859

I TPirni ATCTCrTiATT A Tvr li '". r, " ""J-'mm. -.amorm. i.rp.o, made use of .r- ( I'orMinsil. Fa. p1S0) Tex., Sept. 21th, 138!) ,,., o.i i.. . n ii,,,, n . -. , cianseu since i passeu through this n neo fit r bj hit uverianil 11001, Oil ' f n IT I ! t i . i. i . .. , , ., ' . . , route for California during winch tnno it has a rew moutns. lie toon with Dun, hit .. ., . , nifliter, a Terr interesting chilj. It . . , , , , ' " ' J tltmtl IDMIIIMPV W.I. In ' Mil nltlinMnl. ......... T ........ ...j j "hciu, tlllu I.I.IIVUgll IIIUIIJ Ul - - - ,,,, VI I., HVI n ,() - , TuVi" "i "" J'i"Mt to The Ammhux, Mexico, urn! not a foot oflond in Sonora or ,lw " "'JZ .l'.'".,. ., cotiM be caltivsted withont its id-the rame a Ti,it of pann.th thT o." "To "i."ihr" nliHTwTli i,,h't-",' in,he of Mexico, r-' U enitrej upon our books nut. I ... . and even the farmer in mn r T-... w nia int ... . ... "" i .1 . f ,m v.: . :H.nfcinM , k. . i i.. m: been maW W-l, " . V7" v f- s- ;,;: " I ,. and beauties hav...

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. — 6 October 1859

Howard ami Cook, The ilcfonco wns conJuo ted by Motiri. Wntta, Herbert, mid Jones, llusinoss of utmost every description through out this section is very brislt, ruid largo trains aro weekly arriving with goails from San Anio nic and Lavncn. The San Antonio mid Sin Diego Mail Company arc preparing to run semi, weakly slagus fruin thin place to Snn Antonio. I am alto Informed that tho proprietor! of the Santa I'o lino anticipate) doing lln same. This will ho n ((rent accommodation to tho traveling public. It li ald that Prank flrecn, that paragon of a Cenlleinan, and ni cluvcr a fellow as ever " futhomed n bowl" l shortly to commence the erection of ft fin hotel In I'rnnklln ; nothing I am suro could bo more acceptable to the oiti zensof this plnuo, The Hon. IIiijjIi N. Smith, of Santa , Ij no morf. This fMiiiiful Intelligence renched us by the l.tst mail. Many of ui were much grieved to learn of the denth of poor .Ioiikhtonk, hia kind nndgener oui heart, courteous mid gentlemanly be...

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. — 6 October 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. HI'UICV Ol' A lUltV-DKlU'. KNlf KEHUOCCKltft, Iii u li.irc-bell cup, at the break ef djy, Fparkliug and bright a dew-drop layj When ruiMy morn the oast o'ertpresd, 'Xho dew-drop caught the rays It shed, And blending with Ihemllio flowerets blue, It rlielled the g.ul with 111 delegate bus. Ilutthciuu, when ho rote, was wroth to sea A dew drop could shlue inuru brightly than hr . Ha lio srntdown a Wain In the hare-bell cup, Auil drank the drop, In iti beauty, up. Ahd Bitch is tho law in Nature! plant riulijcct toil la tlicfute of limn; Life Is tho dew In tho hare-hll cup, And Death tho lcuin that tliall drink Hup. A VmcTiCAL Joke. Inn western Stnteono of tlif political vmrties had for twenty yanrj been in tlio linbit of holding their noiniiiating conculiona nttlio liou of Mr, CI . He hnppenwl on n recent ocension, fur the first time, to be in when they hiul linislied their business, nml henrd 11 littls dulegntv movo thnt " this convention adjourn sine die." "Sine diet' ...

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. — 20 October 1859

WEEKLY VOLUME 1. TUCSOX, AllIZOXA, OCPOI3ER 20, 18o0. iU.Ml!llll :m. THE ARIZONIAN. THE ARIZONIAN, A WKHKI.V IMl'Iilt. DEVOTED TO TUB flEVKUAIi INTERESTS OF AKISOXA. J. IIOUAIII) UI5I.T.S, IWItor. TERMS: Thr Dolliu per annum, In irlrsnet, r.ATBH or AiirrRTiniHa: One Squirt, of 10 linn, or less, one Insertion, tl to ' " " " tbra " 4 00 " " ' " " one quarter, 10 00 " " " " ' one roar, JO 0 All cormnuniotions and business letters matt be ddrtssed to Tn Auioxux, Tonn, Arisen. Eii.ii i .:iio.s. TJioVirginin Index is publishing n series of interesting sKctches, uy Mr. 1 nomas Chase, of unesiernetu, ot " Jbe J.ife, Character and Time of Paul Jones." They throw much light on the character of Paul Jones, and give, we doubt not, a most faithful account of the famous battle of bis ship, the Bon Homme Uiobnrd, with the Serapis. After stating that the ships were locked together, which was ef fected by Jones, because he saw that to keep nffa fair gun shot, with a new and strong frigate like the S...

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. — 20 October 1859

t THE ARIZ ONI AN. :!-Tu ATHiM,-l'omuin rioiirlii to .l verli'.' in this papar, urn rnqUoti'.l In genii in ttintr fumri .vuliotit ilUy, iiildreiawl to Tuu Ahitukui, Tu-j.fi Ariaotia. iiincnii'riHSu mint In all coo bo ateutn- Einiu.t with th uaIi. Xo luliwrUwr'" niime will e iMitero I upon our hooks until Hdvanco payment h&i been lil-ulo. AC! I'.VTH !'() It T II IS A II IK O. VIA X. :KUBMhl.iiJuii uliuiw nimn iimftnniTrTBn 'of New Mexico, as unanswerable evidence Iii!)or:tlii .YiiiVN from WuMilnp; - i agnmit nil such false statements ns to our popu- alion. Tho Vloar General, with mount for deriving the moat accurate Information his ilutici extending over llio creator nnrt nf t1 Territoryputs tho population of Arizona at j 1,18 Ilca 1,1 1uartcr of CaPt- Stono's Commission, over eleven thousand inhabitants. It ueedj no cnmPcJ ncnr 1,10 Talnonia Minos, and close to C C Chink ft IlMFANIH AllUIRIIK, I K-T.UIRN OcHlM, )' TlMMlS Ul'I.L, I N 1). Ai-ru.. I Fiiwarii ll.u.t., l!r, Paso J I!...

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. — 20 October 1859

NOTICE. All pertons indebted to ino nro rcqucated to pay up tlio nmouiiU of their indebtedneis imnndiately, in nil nccotints not settled before tin 15th proximo, will bo placed in the hands of counfed for recovery, necordingjto lnw. it. J. J). 1KWIN. Fort llaobatinii, Ariaotja, Oct. 11, 18fi'J. a'otice:. NiiTH.lt la hereby given, tbt G. II. Oi bt i fully empowered to altoml to my business during my absence in the Hast W. S. Odry, Tucson, Oct. lib. '60. Cw Colorado Navigation Company ! CISOItC H...10II.VX A CO., I'roprlutur. rpilB COLORADO NAVIUATION COMPANY hmo the following staunch stcumcrt, cocopa, colorado, jiissup, explorer, On the River Colonulo, aro prepared to receive Freight at tbo mouth of the river, and transport It at tedaecd rati to any point on either bank of the Colorado, nt lilgh at Fort Mojave(liale's Greeting). Freight fur Tnoaoii and other poinU In Arisona. tooth of the Oila, delivoretl at Aritona City, and stored until forwarded, II. M. HARTSHORNS, Agent InSan 1'r...

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. — 20 October 1859

Itndcrlho captions of Iho " Umltr I)ot in a '''jlit,'" The Upper I)og In a Fight," and "Tho Out.ldo l)og In a Fight," wo have lately had thine novel hits of rhyming. A fourth has now been added, which makes the nusrtetto perfect. A moral attaches to each of them, which it would not beun J rofitablo for all to itudy. The I)o(; that Cues in lr Hit: HlRht. v ntv. j. u nATCit. Now that your upper and bottom dog, And four outride dog, in the light, lliuc each had their poet -let mo he hoard, or "the dog that goos in for tht right." When a little dog by a big one is wronged, Ho goos In with all his might I'nr Hit little thy I or looo or win, Docs tho dog that goes in forthe right. llo may Tor a tlmo bo a bottom Jog, ( Hut he knows, by an Instinct bright, Xl.at '.ho dojr that will come out at top in the end, 's tho dot, that goes in for the right. lie loo his caso, and ho loves his bone, Hut he's not so selaiti. iiultn. s to enro for no othur dog but hlmselfl Not tho dog that goes in for I...

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. — 27 October 1859

THE W V u z tt fw VOLUME 1. TUCSON, ARIZONA, OCTOHER 27, lSoD. N (J.MI5 Ell 3.-1 n vLY A 7 A AT T A AT THE ARIZONIAN, A WKISKl.Y I'AIMSIt, DIVOTED TO THE (Il'.N'J'.ltAIi 1XTEUDSTS or AMZON'A. J. HOWARD 'i:r,I,S, I'.UItui-. Tir.us: TWt Doltiri pr annum, in adranct. iTts or iiiTriiTisiNo: Oat Square, of 1 0 llni, or let, one insertion, $2 00 " " " " tlir.t " 4 00 " " " " " one quarter, 10 00 " ' " one car, 50 00 All tcminunlcttlonl nl business letters must be aildrt'ieJ to Tns Arixo"!", T-ne"on, Arltona. So powerful was the impression made upon me to be joined by five thousand patriots from Ho-! (Jniltwfr SroRiixa Wioeb OV Hri-rum ut the moment, though for iumc cause which I singna, to fight for tho independence of Central Ten IsroecV appears to be putting mat i. was not able fully to uscirtain, that I Rare Italy. through with a rush just now, in Knglatid. (., orders and was transported towards the house, '1 ucnny, Parma and Mode na arc in nn un- London papers bring intelligence that ...

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. — 27 October 1859

THE ARIZ 0 MI AN. .MT" To Anvtiirisfciis. Persons di-.iriiig; U ul Ter'i.e. lit tin. pilier, am re piiMtcl to Bund 111 llii-if '.iTjrl without dulay, .idlrossod to Thk Arixuxun, Tuc tl Wllnnl. -KT" .srschiptio'm mint In all oases be ascorn- Cams I with thu cash. N mlbMTitier'R name will q entered upou our books until advanoe pttyment his been made. a;o,ijxt.s i' oh tin: a n i io Vi .1 .v. 0 C. Ciunf., Sik F-ntvcHco IrtF-iNio AnDiitHB, ) JvmiiF.v Ol'Uim, J T11 )M n Hum., 1 N II. Ai-i-ki. r IJi-.v mi IU1.1 Ei, Aso J It- Dow Aiii.iix Oirv ...las Chucks ..lit MkSIU.I Tlturwilur, Oi:li!)i'r STlli IS.".!). .V O T I V E To Kan I'raiiclM'o .Hoi-chants, We call tho attention of tho Sun Francisco Mer chants aud 11 inkers, to the valuo of (tie Arizonisn as an advertising medium. Tlio Ariionian has a large an'l constantly ucre.ising circulation in Ari ions, andSnnora. The navigation of tlio Colorudo by staaiuars nnd the proposed uponin of tho Tort of (luiym is, give to San rr.inoisoo the supply...

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. — 27 October 1859

N 0T1CE. All persons indebted to mo nro requested to pay up the amounts of their indebtedness immediately, as all accounts not settled beforo the 15th proximo, will he placed in the hands of counsel fur recovery, according to law. It. J. 1). IRWIN. Tort Buchanan, Arizona, Oct. 11, ItSoO, o20-2t jvotici:. Notice is hereby given, that 0. If. Otiny i fully empowered to attend to my busines during my absence in the East Wm. S- OcrV, Tucson, Oct. 1th '09. fiw. YALUABLK I'ROl'ERTV ron S'a le in Tucson! HAVING DISPOSED OF StY ENTIKESTOCK 11 of Slercliandiae, I now otter for sale A Finn Store and Slorcliousc ! both new ami well-finished and fire proof. They are looatsd la Urn business part of I ho town ou the Flaia. ALSO, A larpro, clfsnut IsivcIUiik House, the bolt finished In the Territory. The houas It furnished and the furniture will ho diaosed of If ueaireu. I haie also foraalc several large and sinall adobe Ilojiaea, if (loured, well located in this town, with the barn, out-housus, co...

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. — 27 October 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. tiiu smack in school. Tho following Incident in a District School, des cribed by Mr. William l'itt Palmer, of New Yuik, Frcsideut of the Manhattan Insurance Cumpany, In an ndlross beforo "The Literary Society," in Stockbri'lge, Mnes., his native home, Mill tako tunny, whose heads aro eow utroahed YfttU silvery hairs, n journey hack to boyhood and fatly life: A District School, not far awHy, Mnl llcrksturc hilly, 0110 winter's day Was humming with iu wonted noiie Of three-score intuited girls and boys Home few upon their task intent. Hut more on furtive inlsohtef bent : Tho while thomnstor's downward took Was fastoned on a copy-book When suddenly, behind his baek, lloso sharp and clear a roustngBKAOK 1 As 'twere u battery of lilies LetofTinono trcmondotis kiss I "What's that?" the startled master cries, "That, thir," a little Imp repllos, " Walh William Willlth, if you ploalho I thaw him kith Thuthannall l'uutUo I" With frown to make & statue thrill, Tho master thu...

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. — 3 November 1859

r WEEKLY AltlZOIN AN Jl VOLUME 1. TCTOSOtf, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 3, 1S59. NUMBER 3G. THE AEIZONIAN, A IM.MOCItATIO PAI'Ult, DIVOTED TO THE OIWBUAI. INTBBKSTS OF ABIZONA. J. 1IOWAIU) Vt'lSMiS, TMltor. TUMI: Thru Dalian pr annum, In advance. htm or jidtertisiko: Ox Beuare, of 10 lints, or leu, one Insertion, $2 00 " " thr. " i 00 " " " " " one qnarler, 10 00 " " ' " " one jer, SO 00 All communications ami business letter: tti&ii be addresied to Thi Amzonn, Tucson, Arizona. j tree. Thomas Kirkpatrick had a mH pro I perty, called Knock, in Dnmfripshirp. Hit j oooiii son, llobprt, ninrrierl llpnrictta Gillespie, and was father of William Kirkpntrick, of Con , lienth, in Dnmfrcshire, who married Mary Wtt 1 I I I.. t .1 ! I . J auu, ujr wuuui ue nau several ciiuuTcn. une of his sons settled as a mcrrhant at Malaga, and married the daughter of a foreign consul there, by whom lie had three daughters Th eldest, who was .yery beautiful, attracted The proprietors of the Arizonian, having re ce...

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 November 1859

THE AK IZONlAN,' ,ms bccn peculiarly 'io scene of these dilficul- .-- . . -. I tics. Tlio miuirndors nro not etl'ttnt of Ari- T.fthft ,h" r,me ovor '"" j- favors without d.lny, addressed to Tus Amzoxia.n, ' predate, and return, They bavu nothing in Tucson, Arizona. , common with the quiet, orderly citizens of ,70-(-l-iuciuptioxs mint In nil cases bo ar-com-' Tucson, Mesilla, Las Cruses, Donn Ann, l.a panicd with tli euli. Xo uburibr's naiie will be , 11 o !,.. -i ,i i i-, n vntercil upon our books iiiilil advance payment has ( 1 -..., umi ivnuuci. j been ni.tdt'. ai:xts payment has I'Olt T!Ii: AKlJiOXlAiV. 0, C. CitAXi: Sin Fiuxi-iaco ll'IKAMo AllCIRRE, ) , l-Vr..-v n,.,.. f LasCucces more consideration. The residents in the Ter ritory, nt its Requisition tinder the Gadsden treaty, were specially invested with the rights of citizenship, und they cannot he deprived of these rights. That they are, in the great major- v"ii'a l'1'''1'' IjA Mbmlla ' illte"l8,Mt enimgh lo know t,heir inte...

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 November 1859

i N 0 T I 0 E ! tjotice is hereby given that o. h. A' Ol'RY is fully empowered ti attend to uiy busi ness during uiy absence in tho East. 1VM. S. OUltY. Tuoton, October -llh, 1830. Ow .NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! riio arrivi: n v Tin: ioih or is inst., a large aud fresh assortment of Desirable Merchandise ! for this market, consisting principally of groceries, dry ooods, clothing, boots, shoes, and hardware. which ' be sold on reasonable term! at iViioi.i:sam: and iti:iAii nt tbeStoro of Col. Robinson. II. S. WASHBURN. Tucson, Nov. lth, 1859. n.Vlm lMSSOl.tTlnN ul' CU-l'AitlNERSllU" rpili: 1 XDERSIUXED having tli is day di.onlvi'd ' partnership witb JAMES 11. TIVI-, wishes lo inform tbe publi'' that he will continue himinces at tbe old atnnd on tbe west bank of the San lvdro river, on bii OWN HOOK. M. U. (JAY. SAX 1'IDRO IlIvtR, Oct. 28, '00. Dr. J. P. CREAGER, BALTIMORE CITY, MD. VALUABLE J'JIOl'EJtTY I'OR Sale in Tucson! Orncr. Soxrmt E. k M. Co., I Tibac, October 24th. 1H59. ( "DETER O...

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 November 1859

THE ARIZ ONI AN, I'ltUTTV STAXZAS. leaf by loaf the rosos fall, Drop by drop the springs run dry; Ono by one, beyond recall, Summc- beauties fade and die j Hut the rosos bloom again, And the spring will gush anew, In the ploasant April rain, And too summer lun and dw. So, In hours of deopoat gloom, When the iprlngt of gladness fail, And the roses in their bloom Droop like miiid.iu wan and pale; Wo ihall find tome hope that Ilea Like a silent gem apart, Hidden fur from ooroless oyos In the garden of the heart. Some sweet hope to gladnes wed, That will spring ufreah and new, When grlefi winter ihall have Hoi, (living place to rain and dew Some sweet hope that breathes of spring, Through tho weary, weary timo, Budding lor its blossoming, In the spirit's glorious clime. Ilifiilultn. Perhaps the follow inj; may not tuning either yourselves or jour readers, luit it did mc. In our din store 1 have a fullotv clerk, aouionliut eel' Wtod among his acquaintances as a con tlui tor of puns and t...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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