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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 9 October 1869

Tucson, A. T., Saturday, Octobp 9, 1869. No 39 eemj - Mmiitsol Arizona xerniory. fV. DOOIVER Editqr. Terms of Subscription, Codv, one year $7,00 copy, six mourns ,,, copy for three months 2,Q0 1 iimTnva dm oil Advertising Rates. .) A 1 1 n n -t am n n it n a tMtihA (met inoacfinn one uonar igz Uiiuq ;uudt;iutiub uistniun uher. ana an correspondence 10 me SOROSIS. BBSS J. E. MCCAFFREY. TUCSON, A. T. niirT 3il lRGO.ff G. II. OURT, Attorney and Counselor at Lav- vuiva in ijoun-nouse xsunaing TUCSON, A. 'i . ug4;67 tf TUCSON, A.. T. Constantly on hand. A. LEVIN J. GOLDTREE. arch 14. lSliil 11-tr. Goodwin Adam Sanders GODWIN & SANDERS, Idlers in General Merchandise TUCSON, A. T. o E this day on hand and are constantly receiving, a largo stock of goods selected EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, isting in part of jfy Goods and Clothing, Has and Caps, Boo'ts fchoes, Military Furnishing goods o.f all des- Rons, Staplo and Fancy Goo.ds, Rclts, Pistols, per, Percussion caps, 45:0., etc. which the...

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. — 9 October 1869

THE WEEKLY AlUZONAN OCTOBER 9 18C9. AMONG $IE FIRST. Tf miu i,n no,;fr;,,'f'tn hi constituents in Arizona to reflect fhajhoweTer frequently the A COMING ENTERPRISE. I Perhaps the most important suggestion everi made, with the view of forwarding the agri cultural interests of this '.Territory, was the project of siukiuf artesian wells, and of thus watering the vast plains which lie too derated to admit of the possibility of irrigation from streams, as suggested by Governor McCormick in his message to the Fifth Legislature. It Would be quite superfluous to enumerate here the many advantages which must neces sarily follow this system of irrigation, as the cotmnonost observer has but to view the im mense surface of country, which during the July rains clothes itself with the most luxuriant 'vegetation, before being satisfied as to the result. It is not more man a just representa tion if we assert that the richest lands in the Territory arc at' present lying waste because the locations o...

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. — 9 October 1869

?, 'f Is J4 'Ore stonj a 7 : ;j tail oau.l ' Per tl 1 ajd. rtftcl 0 U: 'Cat , 1 st II, D. rl OCTOBER 9 1869 LOCAL MATTERS. rotiofi'M I he paymaster am vki oa weanasoay ana pljd off ill troops on c riuuy. Aiibived: Judge Titus arrived on Wsdes ,.tj just in time to be too lute to hold court .... R.t Mrimlnr rtf Of!loher. jon ic mo'' v THEEastern mail has not arrived this week; o-.. I imnroiinii that if. together il ij lue j;u.i" r -c Wi h the driver and mules, has fallen into the bands of tha Indians. We are pleased to be able to state that Major ...i.i ,-, f.ir rppuvrpd from hi iniurv uuietu - aitobe able to walk a.ound by the aid of a II. C r.rt 'jjh n trin to the TJOSt I..I1P. Jiln ui " - "-- t o3ice which he accomplished with tolerable facility. Florence -.Accounts from Florence this ffeek show an improvement in the condition of no body has been killed, beateu or roooea. Wonder whether the new mail route, Tia Fl re nee, now being in operation, has not al ready commenced to establi...

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. — 9 October 1869

Female Jumpist. The following from the Boston H'raTd, (of Ihe 8th ult,) convinces us that the woman of that modern Athena has daring to nndertake and ability to accomplish anything, if ihe think that, at the end, she will have gained a, little masculine fame or notoriety. Already we liavo found her in the "ring" ; now we find hpr to "too the mark" and carry off the stakes: "Several weeks ago several of the young people who reside in the vicinity of Savin Hill cametogethor and on the spur of the moment improvised a jumping match fpra small puree between Mike Flynn and a young man named Murphy. In ibis match Marphy was badly worsted, whereupon his sister Kate, a bright, strong and sprightly girl of about twenty sum mers becatre very indignant and gave out to her companions that she could ouijump ilike yiynn if her brother could not. Katie became very earnest in her asseverations, and to satisfy bora 'match whs made for a purse of $75 which she won. This greatly shamed the Flymi jompUt...

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. — 16 October 1869

y No 40" Vol. 2. Tucson, A. T., Saturdays OqtQber 16, 1889. ilJ-J J-J-JJ-iLJ-1- - - 1 .1 Vr1 n(h . . . . n w -i w a r i . i f a h . h . b I . r pn iTk ml "Tl TT "T n TTA l W w va"""-"" ' Terms of Subscription, . $7,00 . $4,00 r vrj i 1 --- - ,..f r.i tliroi ninnt.hs 2.00 .-crlptions must be paid invariably ia advance Advertising Bates. 1 1 . P. . I . I? mi I- ? sn one dollar for v.tch subsequent insertion ziil tusiiiess letters must be addressed to the ik'ht. and all "correspondence to the J. E. McCAFFREY. rrniiviv iVI (tfUTVSHI.GU AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. Attorney and Counselor at lav (Mice in Ointrt-houso Building TUCSON, A. . nutr-l;" tf MS J JEER BREWERY. TUCSON', A. 'J'. Ill ESEu-:!?. AH-S and 2'OIITER Cnu .tin i) Aii hand. A. i.i.VLS J. GULDTREE. U. -I! if. Adam Sanritr Sl SANDERS, JL:Vv? ill Ci jr.cral Merchandise riftx, a. i. Yj 1 . i it i.iy m m i.ijr, a i:rj hand and ere constantly e liick of goods selected EXriLLailA" FORTIUS MARKET, i-'ing in part of .j.'.ods and Clothing.. ...

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. — 16 October 1869

THE WEEKW ARIZONA!? OCTOBKit 10.... .1S69. OUR SITUATION; The letter of Gen. Thomas to Governor Saf fnnl will be fonmf 5a aaother colamu. Bow hopeless the sund which it "conveys ! wba little reason it gives us to hope for anything whioh might belter onr condition here ! It is hard to see a people waiting away bv Indian ravages who are re$dy and willing to take the field if they had only something to Babsist upon while, so engaged. We had hopes that the necessary assistance would be furnish ed. Governor SaQbrd, who has had much ex perience in fighting Indians, is anxious to take the field in person ; and three companies, dir ected by his energy and experience would have constituted an infinitely valuable auxib iary to the scant military force in the Territory, The present condition of affairs cannot long continue. Not a week passes in which some .nnrsnn it not robbed or murdered: and the t .., l - 1. . i .na ItYi v nrl n.itnarmie D&IWBU wV w J J- j , if they were protected in the...

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. — 16 October 1869

ii hi. hum i hiii ma 11 ii it rrnfiinr miia ni) mi i ii in in VTKKKLY AllTZQNAW mil ic isi IOCAL HATXlfiJiS. IN MEMORIAM. ffjwhich' he was heUl' by those who'5 knew him John Finkle Stone who was killed by In Kb est Indians ou the 5th insL, near Dragoon SpringsiVS Jtesolvcd, That we deeply mourn the sudden E i , r -i Mt .iriA P - ... l r - , tswas oorn at urnnn s uorners, lxjiuiYiireuuuuijf'yiauu uuumeh imc m uur eaieemeu menu, thus OHAS". n: LORD W. W. WIUi'UU WIILMAMS. 5 -"i New York, in 1S36 : at the time of his death gHrutblessly torn from onr midst, in the Drime of 1 . . .. .. T .1 ,1 .1 n IT, . - tinflfiT- ti!L - v. . . . I ItOl". . 1 I 1 I 1 T J . ...-r. m" goemg years oi age. mue is wiuwu ui muinc, ucn iun ui nunc mm vigor, ana wc ten- , e coach on which Col. Stone andg , ;f untx'm 1S59 he went t0 TJtah Terri-2der our heartfelt sympathy with his bereaved r aur-lered. ihe smes oi the coacnat wUh the command 0f Gen. Johnson, wherelfamily, m this their deep affliction i . and De...

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. — 16 October 1869

A Sad Myatery, From the Kansas City Times. ' Yesterday morning a bottle was fished from the Missouri river, a short distance above the "bridge, by a young man named Henry HuleU The bottle was tightly corked and was floating down the stream when first observed by Kule who wa3 oat on the water in a skiff. Impelled by curiosity, he atonce secured the bottle within which was "risible a small note of apparently blank paper, Thinking he would open the floating bottle and ascertain it3 contents at his leiwire, he placed it at the bottom of the boat and continued on to the chore. Hero he broke the glass vessel and discoT- cred in the roll of paper a letter, written in a lady's neat ehirography, a letter breathin spirit of ntter despair, no relief from which was apparont this side of the vallev of death. That the unhappy author thereof lives to-day in the land of apirits, free from the gloom that hung like a pall of death OTer her life here, from the spirit of utter desolation and determinat...

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. — 23 October 1869

Vol. 2. Tucson; A. T., Saturday, October 23, 1869. No 41 fiJj VJljJblLljX 'XLXll Zj UJLi joJS Tr etU.ly Journal, elcTot cd to tii interests 3 Anzoua Territory. a'j.Micd every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. p. X BOOKER Editos. Terms ofSubscriDtion, r v, one year $7,00 six months ?4.00 " i' . ii n nr JaiJrillUUiia iuut uu laiuiavaiiawi y iuuitiuLc Advertising Sates. to qniiari per square lor me nrsiiiiacrwuu . One collar tor ftach. subsequent insertion A.' iie'i. sa letters uiuat be addretsed to the ii'.cr, and all "correpondcnce" to the tjr. OPffECi t Ii. ihe President of the Untied States of America. A JProclasuatiou. fn nursuanco of the provisions of the act of .ress approved April 19th, 1869, I hereby k BSijnaie inc. um uity ui uuiy, iouii, as me muu ir submitting the constitution passed by the Ir.verjt'.o'i which met in Richmond, Virginia, iuesday, the 3d day of December. 1867, to nr rejection. 'i 1 I submit to a separate vote the fourth e ot st-elim one, of article three, of said i , ...

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. — 23 October 1869

THUS IT IS ! w l-st week ehto aa account of the late massacre at Pr&goon Springs by which Ari rmalost one of her best and most onterpnsm oitizini. Col. John F. Stone; by which an other widow and two orphac hate been placed jntha ranks oftho destitute through theinur Mf JossohEalw; aad by vrhicn fonr sol diora, belonging to Co D, 2 1st U. S. Tnfy., w their lives and fonnd a common grave in d wilderness, romote frcm civilization, and never to be looked upon by those who hold iu oncunanta dear. Truly may we speak of them aslirei lost, for: hrnueh no fault of theirs, they fell without the nWeet for which their lives were sacrificed Wmir aoproaahed nearer to consummat Other lives there hare been which torn from aarth and hope by the hand of savages, in Jordan's. Appeal peals to the people of the United States to send on clothing and medicine for n His words breath hop and determination;, he ilthough, of most forgotten ; and how many have yet to be Baorificed to the hatred of our sava...

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. — 23 October 1869

Weekly arizonan .1809 LOCAL MATTERS. istmMTij: f he following appointments 0a bis staff, with the rank of lieuten- Isnel, have been made by Governor Saf- King S Woolay, Estevan Ochoa, J M Hury A Bigelow, Daniel H Stickney ; Phelps, adjutant-general, with rank of att-colsnel ; and Peter K. Brady, pri jrstRry w th the rank of major. L-SiK, the big lager beer man, has now ;raii3n an apparatus for manufacturing j ,r er. This he recently imported from raucisco at a cost of $3,000. He baa our for a half dozen of beer in the nianufac f pnich this new apparatus has been em Tnatit is an improvemont on the old 'caanot ie a question, as we never, in any n' i we hare been in several,) gaw the know in our sanctum surpassed by any- I Da via arrived with the eastern mail on feaJay. He reports having seen a party of r,jat a short distance from the road while ijf over the San Simon Bottom. Mr. ui aves many dangers from which most TOild shrink in fear. There are fow, in who possess sufficient nsrve 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. — 23 October 1869

0H13. II. 1,0 tD W. If. Wit. MX It JOHX T. HATILARD formerly of Haynes & Lawton. -ir'iVTKG iastbroaclit Satfrom' New York rpbe abovo beg to inform their friends and tho ilAV1f 3 Bablic that thev linv .tiblishod x M V. A CHOICE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE offering the same very cheap Ifcr cah. Look at our goods and prices. Jan. 1 , 6. ' .3 public that they bave established a CROCKERY A GliASSWAKE B U S I N -nn"er tbo style of- TSTSithoobc j Tfg WEEKLY ABIZOHAN formerly of Geo. F. Hooper &U j. B. HcCApiSBm. HAVILAND HOOPER & Co, ATTORNEY AND OVNSELpR AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. . January 3d 1869-tf -XT- 'lCASH STORE! I. GOLDBERG 0 Q. North-east corner Main and Vine Sti. - TDOflOW,A.Xr" ave just received anew tine k ot'S u m m e r and Fall Gooda embracing a general ana complete assortment o consisting of HATS and CAPS of every description and adapted to every acu&uu, No 335 PINE St. (just below Montgomery San Francisco. WE WILL at all times keen a full and com plete stock, and sell a...

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. — 30 October 1869

. 2. No 42: Tucson, A. T.5 Saturday, October SO, 1869. ffEEKLT ARIZONA!! ,v Journal, devot e5 to tla Bstsoi a - " even Saturday at Tucson, A.T. ..-..asGt'VRSt liUlTOK. w ' " Ixerms of Subscription, k. one year r ; I. Six rnoinbs..... v three months Mrs, each V";":"" Us must be paidinvariably in ad vance a TrQ'!-iiiiiTicr "Rates R iXUV """'S f glars pt-r square f o r tl c S v- onoVi sulip.eauent insertion tqjuih iu. - If ... I nilllfHIUAfl fA tllO Eaess letters musi uB.uu.v - - I, and all "correspondence to the I J, E. MCCAFFREY. Sky jlnd counselor at; law TUCSON, A. T. Iftiy 2 J 13GS-tf G. 33. OSJBY, crney and Counselor at Lar ICtcc in Courthouse Building r TUCSON, A, 'i . tf Tucson, A. T. Vlaa, oppOiil tb Catkolic Caurch. F. M- HODGES, !M s ! X ST BET TUCSON. A. T. ?S con- lanflv on hand a large supply jr&nd of La.uors aud Cigars. 1st '69 USD . TTiUfclAil-J LOUD & WJS1LL5A3IS. IXJ just brought on from Now Yerk id jjlCE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, iag tho same very cheap for cash....

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. — 30 October 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZ 0 NAN OCTOBER 30 18G9. A 11ISTAKS DISCOVERED. Ever since the occupation of Arizona by Amaricans, from which treat dates our first real knowledge of the Territory, its inhabitants hare labored under a terrible mistake regard - ine tb9 mannor in which they considered them stives obliged to procure timber for building purpose?. Almost ail the timber thus far em ployed in building up the town of Tucson has beau imported from New Mexico, and set down here, at what.costwekaownot, but sold to con sumes at the rate of twenty cents per foot And still this order of things continues. A few .feebla efforts were made at different times to procure timber from our Territory, the most sscceriful bing those made in the Santa Itita mountains, underthe auspices of officers of tho California volunteers, in 1865. The work was, however, at no time pursued with sufficient zeal to give it the character of an enterprise and until very recently appe ared as. if it were about to be altogether ...

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. — 30 October 1869

lis "1 At 11 Ml ft "Weekly abtzowan yuiui" . . . ,i..m an LOCAL MATTERS. N Fish wit'1 his family left forCalifornia fneek. X DcLoXG arrived from Camp Crittenden kent Prescott hTS! ut"i " J r r- . . . t .1 i 1 1 t r ; perpetual buiDie, mrougn me coiumus ui LWZiSAS, tucn eauea dj mm. i ....nllii lirrmfllf r Mci'iierson, from a ledge somewhere e San Pedro river, was - examined last R- Ly Mr. Tiernan. This gentlemas is an erieaced miner and declares this to Do tne ,s ipocimen he ever saw during his 18 L experience in working mines. It assayed h to the ton. ?AIESB :Mr. I. Golibsrg has mado np aind that, being a good-looking man, there b not possibly bo any inconsistency about attcr suppoje he were to have one of the Itie3t habitations m town, lima reasoning Latter over he ret a doten of Mexicans to k plastering and painting, some ten days ( I j 1 .1. : il.-f Mirplil nlririrr tt, alia lii; result ia tuai, luu iuuS..-.w"..jJ L'B of two weeks ago remiuds one, in its va fated beaut'.es, of a...

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. — 30 October 1869

The GonritrJournal '-z krs a decided stand gMiutwacaan'xrtgKta as airoc&ted by Susan and Aana aud G. P. X, ere, etc. Bnt per haps the C. J. h riebs notwithstanding. Just hear what it says on the subject : "Now and then tho females who do a wo man's rigbw business under the name and style of Termagent, Virago fc Co. ( for which great hou Aana Dickenson, lire. Susan B. An tbouj and others are dra'nin?), ttart a new notion d are ready to scratch cut the world's ryagtbal won t agree with' them. Anna Dick enson Bis been prowling about in Utah and the iking ttat risred her most was that women did not ride well, like men. She is making war ott pa.rmers and petticoats and wants them,, abolished, especially with a viaw to introducing the ne?f method of riding. She has given her ideas in two garrulous columns about the n.at tcr. If there is anything indelk ate which these strong-minded, weak-headed women hare not suggested it shonid be pointed cut. They get worse and worse and are gradual...

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 November 1869

nil m v If! a ay Tucson, A. T., Saturday, November 6r 1869. No 43 2. if 1 1! m m im W m um eraa W jl gtf B 5S. ICS, 5talf.cs 5! hi Iff. N j hiri msa j ir t the aid tn ill ice jc Journal, devot cd to tii Inf Arizona Territory i u on o e. every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. Editor. Harms of Subscription, lace of , ejear $7,00 h c . on - monins .v lL. t'.n'e months... uu ..',;. each -5. side , ; .jiinuslbepaidinvariablyinatlvance Advertising Kates. por square for the iirst insertion , u- tor each subsequent insertion s letters must be addressed to the sml all "correspondence" to the eetX T j J. E. MuCAFPRKir. i Yonttl ;ly and counselor at law U ST TUCSON, A. T. N.BjF2il8M-lf G. EI. OUK-I, ttcrney and Counselor at La Ofice in Court-house Building TUCSON, A. 'i tf Tucson, k T. " !,m tl.o Pia7a, opposita th Catholic Church. M A I X .'Wl4T TUCSON. A. T. ?t'P; mtMnt.lvon hunt a larjje supply , ..Tuitl of Liquors and Cigars. 3i. li. w Sn. LORD w. w. wn.:.iAa LOUD & WIILJLIA31S. iVIN'G jsst br...

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 November 1869

d.-WrW-l-TOCT'J,M --J.. , Ul, , f.Li. j'jujmw. ill THE WEEKLY AllTZONAN;at uny -waSI r Jron! Tucson tr dfcs rmr , while itis eamswhnt lio-.l,uajneiiM.ii.ri'i ' "ANOTHER ECO.NOiir XX TJtF PUULIC oi.K VICE. Under this bead a TtVaebington contem porary discourses r.s f'ollcw re,;ar Jla.c the ad fiess than SO') frjofcln,,- in to its. 1' rorn vantages waiou it fincies will fu.!ow the Iran ' portation, by way of Guayracs, of a ray storej far tha use of the troops in Arizona ; f "ibe late SecreUry Piwiins, afcwweeLs b store hi death, direcfjj t, a; the armratcr; fttwi GaKforcia fr the us cf the troop, in Arf i- 1 g 1 , ama sboallle not via iuaymas vn I S3norJ t?WICif f 890 3iexico, instead of tha old rout j via t!ie Gclo rado nod Gtla rivers. The saving t a the so- vernreent js nearly m gold per ton, in time wore than 'half, and in depreciation of the rations, caused by the intense heat o:' the desert immense. The ado,tion of thn roate throifh Sonora was recommended last year by Geu. Grant...

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 November 1869

Ti JiJiJUjl AiUAUNiUN LOCAL 3IATTERS. .i leit on iieuui'a.iuy ur xuiua, ..- tV'-.l . I I V. ,!' family! J Tucson. . - rrnn.1 business noint is directed ft. L M - . - r tt o t?:i u aaeii'"c" - - f. . ft " . 1 . " ! ...-ict gn.l it in therefore uiuiepexa 1 ! I ' J -1 "ft " ' . ... n pn .mor-ite what thev are. c ..vf-tks Mowky left New York about ; of last mouth to return to San i ILvin everything arranged be- 1 -ft In I ni nlnAA lift lllfanrfv? in ft JIL LH.3 l( (Ibt MUbV " ft- ..a.v,l.ftftj ftfty t ;'.o3 to Arizona and re-open the v T''03 who hare time to spend , .. i! ( 'ortuuily fjr enjoyment at hji'aral species of game abound ,ut t ie valh , nd very frequently find j ti) t oti'l tables. Wc almost en- M l A. .1 i" ft .J ...ft., A. 4 ftft.ft. UBb J . a.tft. wa saw L :n gMtiug home at snfl-rise, -,h .-Iiice, with four la.r"e, beau r-!au. nt exci.ement is Ettrting up A a jeara,'o wc had a respectable w.r. c i T'lrf-n " lrtup rncrn minu i , a 1 1 tuf . h their euorts lo freeze rroi:. p...

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 November 1869

t A.' . LI2TFS. JORTBSCOMMOXBR, KK. O. Hast nerac heard on summer eves The wind trith its whispers low ; Sijisin? through the poplar trees, Recalling llio long ago ?' The long ago. when the days were bright, And life hat a joyful dream ; When the hopes and fears of earlier years Wero not what now they seem. Long ere th heart had learned to doabt When the smiles we gave were true ; When the cares nndgriefsweroibrgotten soon Which fate o'er our childhood threw. When merry peals of laughter rang From the guileless Hps of youth, When cv'ry thought was innocence, And every v.ord was truth. When eyes were all undiuiued by care, Ana" the brow was free from pain ; Ere ttte soul had foand its bitterness, Or the lips hud lerucd to drain The bitter drangU g;it lighted hope, Or the trnst of a heart tsiray'd, Or tha severed tie of early lovo. Or the fo&dest heart -hopes strayed ? Such, are tbo memories re called By the voices tae hi eessey.. t- As it itsuU and sighs in pityiag tone Through t...

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