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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 November 1859
TT WEEKLY ARIZON AN. VOLUME 1. TUCSON, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 10, 1S59. NUMBER 37. THE ARIZONIAN, A DU.MOCItATlC IMl'KIt, noble and generous traits of mind and boart, witli brave, loyal souls, macnanimons natures, liberal Imndsand kindly feelings but also with Tinus: Tkret Dollan per annum, in ad'anca. niTEi or AliTrimsiNG: a tn.llltllll ntt!lOim!nt In "llnni-nn in n itata " DZVOTED TO THE OnXnilAL INTERESTS with pndc of lineage, pride of position-as little of "democrats" in sentiment or conviction as it J. IIOWAltl) H ULLS, CUItor. I " VsMf t0 conceive, lhey are, in their own ujiimuii, me uuuiuriiive guaruians oi me state not simpljr by legal election of the freeholders, but by birth, rank and position. Not unkind or overbearing, they yet look down from an im mense llfttfllt linnn fnrnmnn nnnt.U 0.. Square, of 10 lin..,or leu, one insertion, J: 00 ( men, factors, and tradesmen and calmly as " " " " " " isumc, as they verily believe themselves entitled one quarter, 10 oo 10, me place ot ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 November 1859
TIE ARI20NIAN. i'it ti "i fn Poron duiring to rut i t : i - p i , . . i - i u uJ ttt t-viiU iii ihtir I i I i.i i 1 i i , .ijii i;-ta tu 111 AkUOMAKj ft" hscuiptioX4 must in all eases be mccoiii j.Aut-i wtib th cAsb. Ao iubrtcriber' name will be ( uUtu1 upon our books until atlranco payment lias been made. auuxts rem Tiai: aiuzoxiay O, 0. Crank, , Sak TnANt'isco Jimkinp AninnriK. ) in Est ib Ocuui, ') Las Cbuc" Tnuus Hull, I , MraniA Cms. II. Mbkritt, n. Ki, vhi. Hall, U 1 AS" J II Doiv AiuzoxiC'iTV Tlnirxilay, Xovoiiihui- H, isr). Arizona I'urrvNiioiitloiicc. We have already encroached on our columns to an extent greater than we at first intended, in our efforts to correct the false statements, made with such unblushing effrontery, by one of Arizona's corrupt correspondents. We would dsem the subject unworthy of further no tice, as we have thus far, sufficiently established the truth of our statements, and ut the same time, as thoroughly exposed tho inconsistences, nd untruths of t...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 November 1859
HALE'S LAMP. The only improved " KEUOSENE" or "COAL OIL, BUItNIiU" in tho Market. "Y.IHKA.T1M TO GIVi: the LIGHT of SIX CANDLE .4, at a cost of ONE AND A QUARTER CI:N TiS, PER 1I0LH. IT CANNOT HE MADE TO EXPLODE UNDER ANY CIR CUMSTANCES,. Tbo light con bo increased or de creased m "'.ly ai a gut Ugbi J Is much steadier. THIS BORDER WILL t.IVE MORE LIGHT from the MDioijuantltir of burning material, than any other oat ever invented. DALE'S BURN EH will makorj much light with a half-inch wink, ai Dleri'a wl 11 with au Inch wiek. THIS WE STAND JIEADY TO PROVE. We r.ra advised by tlx last stosmer that there has been a very large quantity of " miserable coal Oil " nnt to tli is market, bocuuso it cannot be sold at bouio j where the article is known, thore la no sale .or itat any price ; coniucutly it la sent where people aro not "posted." BEWARE OE UEDUCED 1'ItlCESI "A word to tho wise is sufficient" Wo warrant every gallun wo sell to be of tho purest quality: but we cannot ouiuiwt, in pr...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 November 1859
T JHE A R i Z ON I AN. ji;ix;i: jvot a man. Judgo not a man by the cut of Ms clothing, Unheeding the life path that he may pursue, Or oft you'll admire a hewt that neoiU hmthmg, Anil fail to give honor whore honor it due. Tho palm may bo hard and tho fingers stitf-jointcd, Tho coat may bo tattered, tho check worn Tritli tear!, But greater than Mngs aro Labor's an'otuted. And you can't Judge a man by tho coat that he wears. Giro mo tho man ai a friend and a neighbor, Who toils at tho loom with the siado or tho plough Who wins his diploma of manhood by labor, And purchases wealth by the sweat of his brow. Why should tho broadcloth alono be rospected, And tho tn.m bo despised who in fustian appears? While the angels In llcavcn have their limbs un- protcctod. You can't judge a man by the coat that he wears. Judge of a man by the work ho is doing, Speak of a man as his actions demand; Watch well tho path that each is pursuing, Aud lot tho most worthy bo chief o'thu land 1 And tho man sha...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 November 1859
' THE WEEKLY AE ZONIAN. VOLUME 1. TUCSOX, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 17, ISoO. NUMBER 38. THE ARIZONIAN, A IiHMOCHATIC IMIM5II, SIVOTKD TO THE m'.NnilAI, INTERESTS OK AW7.0NA. J. IIOW'AItl) tVUM.S, Hilllur. Ttmis: Tare Dollars per annum, !n adTaace. tiTCI Or illVrltTlSIXG: On Sautre, of 10 linn, or 1 1 i, one Insertion, $2 00 " " " a " three " 4 00 " ' one quarter, 10 00 j jenr, :o oo All communications anl business letters must be addressed to Tin Anuof un, Tucson, Arizona. CorrcsjioiMlciicc of tit : Arlxonlan. l'iso, Nov. Glh.lRSD. Editoii Antzoxux, Sm: The green mantle of nature vanishes with each. Meeting hour, and thesero and fulling leaf, warns in of tho jr proach of winter. The Utt petals of the sum mer flowers have fallen, and their fragrance wafted far away, upon the " desert air. " The golden-wingedjbutterfly made sportive bathing in the nectar of roses, has returned to its silken cell to dream until Spring shall return again. Tho tnerrjr swallows, with their full-fledged broods, h...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 November 1859
I THE AKIZONlAK.j -?f"Tii Advirtikka. l'crioua 'lesiring to ad I veitHo in this papor, aro reueU-l lo stud in their .won without diay, auureMou 10 jus ahuuau.i, lucion, Arizona. HT" rBcuiPTiONS must In ill cases be aeeom paniuj nttti tli casb. Xo mb-criber' mime will be entered upon our books until aihauoo payment has been made. kUCXTH I'll It Til 13 AKIKOXIAX. C, 0 Ciune, San Francisco IWFANIO AuutlUIE, I Lls c hsTAUl.X OcllOA, J Thomas Dn,t, I , N B. Ai-i-BL, liA MKS,U-A Cms. II. MniRtrr, I p J 11. Dow Anizov v City Thursday, .Vovi'iulirr 17, IS.V). a viso a xuiyrnos i.i:ctuiii:s mexicaxos. Itabicndoseno hcclio muehai apllcaoionea a loi proprictanni Jot Ari.nilan, exprosando los dosoos, quo io publiquoii cn dichu periodu-ii, novelas, Msto naa y exlraolos liistoriooaen lltp&liol, cn euliaequun cia do lo uiiamo, pnnoiuoa cn conocitnleiito dtl pu blico, que tendreinoi elmtiyor guto onobritquiarlos dojooa, tan luego coma oontoinoa tree cieiitue us- nptores, y oTruocmos ilodlc.ir u...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 November 1859
!ii:i). At Fort Yuma, Cul. ,011 Saturday, the 1-tof Oc tober, Fiiaxcis Staston, olio of the Assistant Engineers of Iho Sonora Survey. SA.MU10L ILUU1IKS & CO. ruosox, auizoxa Tin:. Traders in Stock AND BUTCHERS. 1TAV1N0 ON HANI) AT AM. TISIKS CHOICE CATTLE, fat awd in good condition, wo ore en abled to supply our euittnicrs with PINE REEF, cither WHOLESALE or RETAIL. STOCK of all kind., PURCHASED ud SOU) for cash. SAMUEL HUGHES. ALPHONCE I.ACItT. Nov. 17tli 1819. tf. HALE'S LAMP. The only improved " KEROSENE" or "COAL Oil. llUliNER' in Iho Market y.lKKAXTj: TO IVi: the LIGHT yf SIX CANDLES, at a cot of ONTI AND A QUARTER CENTS, l'EH HOUR. IT CANNOT BE MADE TO EXPLODE UNDER ANY CIH Cb il '"Uhi'ek. ti.. light con be lnorcaso.l orde oreasod as easily at a gas lightand la much atradler. THIS BURNER WILL t.lVE MORE l,Ii.)HT from (ho same rpuantitv or burning material, than any other one over Invented. HALE'S BUHNER will male as much light with a half-inch wick, ai Dierx's will with an...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 November 1859
THE ARIZ ONI AN. lVJiul C!oali(M(cs a Stale t Tlio fulloivin, nttributul to Alcu, a contempo rary of Sappho, ulti Aiidlatml by tir William Jones oulir tu b Uej.t in inuiuory :J What enaUitutes a etato? Nut hlgli-r.iUtMl hitilcnicnts or labored tuouml, in ick wail r inoatcil gate, Nor citica prou-1 with npiro and turrets crownsJ; Not hiys find Ijroi 1 nrtucJ ortsf Whore, luiiliiu at theatorm, rich navies ride; Nor fltarro l and i-tmuloJ courts. Where low-lirod basenona wafta pcrfurao to pride Nnl men tnj;!i-mlnded men, With power as f.ir above dull brutes onduad, In forest brakor dvn, As brut Of cxt'tl euKI rocks and brambles rude; Men who their d'llte Vnow, K it know their rights, and knowing d ire main tain them, Trtrcnt the long aimed blow, And cruiih tho tyrant hhilo they rend thechains TllKSE eouitltute a Statu! L. Q. WAS11JXGTOX, Worcester's iNow Dictionary ! A IiCllcr from Daniel Wuhstcr. We extract from Mr. Lenman's New Edition of tho l'rirale Life of J)aniei Webster, now in ...