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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 29 January 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA!!. Vol. 3. TUCSON, A. T. SATURDAY, JMUAM 29, 1870. No 3. rf-cW Journal, devol cd 10 iu late. j Anxuuu jiuimwij. . ...t..i rTi: Saiurdrv at Tucson. A.T. P. W. DOOFJFK ..Editor. Terms of Subscription, n Coot, one year $7,00 $!,00 2.00 25 . mnn mo f- -!iwna rrmnthc .... na nuuv ivi .wv J- HiimhOla poph ...... Advertising Bates. Two foliar par square for the first insertion .. . fillar fr.r p.ank Bubdeauent Insertion nil viiw v All business letters must be adJrf ssed to the ..i. .r iar aaiifi h. i i i ULitrauuuucutu iw . OFFICIAL. POSTAL CONVENTION BETWEEN' . ..wrarn AND SWITZERLAND". Uto IMlluu I'.nv.niiriTi inr lud nuiv iuhmiuh ..... - Intercourse between ttie unuea Dtaies oi America and the Swiss Confederation. REGULATIONS. Letters unpaid or in sufficient! paid shall it are sent, if different routes aro emploj- ART. 1A. J ue two pouai a iraimsiratiuui ay xnhant'8 in the onen mai's letters and D and E hereto annexed. Akt. X The tables D Mid E hereto annex- (a alio m...

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 January 1870

it 6 THE WRKrTTT AIONA A7!orne. There is nothing of the raturo of re -r-TrrTTrrrri 77Z dress obtainable. Tho Indian ntfntmnTbo JAt-iiii ioiu; :n: . . . .7 ..iiUij io ho everything in hij'wr to nave tb" Indians mtore or pay for pcperIJ tloltn Ul 1 "wse appropriated, but. Without lorce iliAr UBI'ORT. W last week published some extracts ftom. the annual report of Gen. Ord, and in connec tion therewith gate a series of facta setting forth tho fallacious oharacter of that recital I -at his disposal sufficient to enforle obedience, . . i hu order, to sway these Indiana contrary to tueir inclinations, is as -Pil imnd a.b or that recitali - , . , . i- -r , to which the General ban ,o recklessly afiixed ! T'e" Uee" to rendtr iem I,onMt ki eignature. A report of this nature, and . ' ' 16 nB,a nia? bd " tlftt 0rd , u i - . , . represents him, but, if h i . from such a BOurca, having a tendency to sway poblie sentiment and thereby to seriously iu terfere with the rights of a people, deserves no...

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 January 1870

iri.1 f 23..." 1870. D0CAL MATTERS. fdypri't-r ""'J "ltl( constant I ftt this office, rarues winning iu Loeeled to call, or communicate f L-Rusror say. 'hat Cnchise h L Cirap fallen and appropriated i tJ (Usorato lus squaw' toilet. h i '.lex ha sold out all his mer j t his business site to Lord & i , nnirnrsDuriD!: to make a iour- . iti-rna fn Sun Francisco. m 3 mm sea of Cm-'. Viioinp-on, near Sac- ill Ull 'V "Vli W. y .-ww i i .1 ... 111 iirnvrA(1. - - ..mi hn beea re-annointod as 1 agsnt and inspector for Arizona, IB! w r-u-li-'"' An MVni-itjj A ? tf u f i fi I 1 I .TI 111 I- U.I!i,i.A tliww n v i j I u iw - ...... ..liiiit ffa if.ninr i n5llir Or cuiJii"-"'. - J ' ------- i? .. .. i f -W---.I.Q jiiC .UllJ - IHUt U.S. id, next dour to our sanctum, has ted into an asylum for lunatic. ,vilt not Ass-rt positively that the usiiin tT iiiiih'.-apaTtinfiit through . .i . ..i. r i i't sire wnoiiy m. rsuu m luuur - Veir, at titne. one or more oi Slitate, naot.-bereft inrrats make 'xrU...

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 January 1870

sH IsHI wm KNH For transit nc roes the watsrs ot the Pacific ! Ocean ; Forletteru, 10 cent (U. S.) par singU Jettsr rate; for other correspondence, 20 cents (0. 8.) per kilogramme net. For suck transit by sea the Netherland of fice shall receive as folio wg : For transit a cross the waters of the Atlantic Ocean or be- CASH ST0RE! GOLDBERG - OO. North-east corner Mam and Vine Sta. TUCSON, A. T. tween the two frontiers : For letters. 8 cents "OTn.VA inct: TPPfiiVGQ &116W cor- stock ofSummerand Fall Goods embracing a general ana complete assortment e DRY (jUUJJS, (U. S.) per single letter rate; for other cor respondence, 12 cents (U.S.) per kilogramme, net. Aht. XV. The postal accounts between the consisting o. two offices shall bo stated quarterly, and HATS nd CAPS of every description transmitted and verified as speedily as practi- L, . daPted. trery Beason, a cable, by exchange on London or at the debtor-office, as tho creditor office may desire, The rats for the conversion 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. — 5 February 1870

- - - - J"- 1 1 1 ' ' " " 1 ' - -"aMj.jjBTO-yjssgwgszr 'a ... "' 7 " .I i-JT-iii L IJM '2k Vol- 3. xfertily jJournttl, dcvot ed to ISa every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. DOOftEES .-. Editor. Terms of Subscription, r. Copy, one year S7,00 , coyy, six months $4.00 . .. r .1 nrnotko 9 (n .jll III ... 111. I, V u. w .. huu. ............... .. " " I . I . II - ' I i T iiuiiiuiiii - . - - - - - ... - ...mtmncmiict Honnwl 5 nmrinlilvln v:nop Advertising Bates. j urn dollar icr each suodeuuent insertion O F F 1 C A Ji. POSTAL COiWMTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. ARTICLES l H " . Office I)epar.rctsi.t of Canada : nulls between the United States and Caa- ia at the following potuts, viz; On the side of tha U-'ited Sttes, at On the side of Canada, at Port Saniia. Windsor, Waterloo. Queen&town. Niapara. Coburg. Kingston, Bruckrilie. 1'reseot. J 1 , ilUtUlli MH.m II . tr .itritll a klWL.NuwYork. e! tan, chepter j f m v iriin' . f . IJ C-e snurj, 1 ! l . 1 1 'la ti tch. ii i ,au i P tut...

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. — 5 February 1870

If THE WEEKLY ARIZQffAN FEBRUARY 5. 1870. OV. BAFFORD THB APACHES ASD THE illLITIA Got. Safford left for Washington in Novorn ber lait, and, for the first time since his depar ture, ire baTe received information of bit whereabouts. OntheSlhult be wasinterview ed bjr reporter of the New York Herald : and the result of tbi interview U tbe publication, in tbe columns of ibe Herald, of tho fithult., of tbe true state of Indian afFtirs in Arizona. We are pleased to see this; knowing that i'a appearance in the Herald ia certain to place it before tbe njes of tbe whole countrj and obtain for it a degree of consideration not to be approached through an jothr tource. From lbs character of "affairs in Arizona'' a repre sented by New England journals it is evident that New Englan lers have heretoforo bten m ignorant of "affairs in Arizona" as thy are of affairi in Abji-inia. J he following news item from the Boston Herald will give an instance of this : "Lit'ut, Spear, agent, and W. J. Godfrey...

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. — 5 February 1870

?EEK1Y ARIZONA!? .1870. 1,0 CAL MATTERS. . GjoJ i & Sander commenced unction of tboir slock of merchan- f qui, a refugee from Apachn des- f ioaJ has esUb.ished a bulchyring -ii . . i j iucson. ine youngest nuu umsi a 1 of k-9J are 3erved up in first cum tjle. lf n.lkaf o rrnnrl..lrinVilrr ;ac thriving business upon one of L warned a sprioritn on Monday even- jgbtleis Hchuul-boja of every age be- an.I 45 years danced, and sported 'ceri,l!y--as 'hough that believed no al m store for themselves. lowing reports have been brought t go to prrss. The former, we regret tut too well authenticated; the latter, is also serious : a Warner mid D-. WakeuVM were v Id ars, rear Crittenden on Thuri-V'ne- mj Killed, and the latter if'jjtrffd. )es an i a Mexican, en routp for Tuc itt t. eke i by Indians near Tubac, on the'r fate i unknown. it. r . i we meuuun, uum jauu au ita &rtv of cbivalrons youths made a the city on Saturday night last semi, that went, the wall of every build- in which th-...

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. — 5 February 1870

thVtr transmission to the Ihtm and regulations of each country respectively. Ae?. VI. So soon as steam or ether mail packets, nnder the flag of either of tht con -tractirg parties, shall have commenced rnning between their respective ports of entrj, wheth er under subvention from the Uuited States or from Mexico, the contracting parties agrea to 1 S. SltBVBBERQ San Francisco E. N. Fisk, Tucson. E. IS1- FISH, & CO-, West Hidft. Mnin Street. Tucson, A. T. "TfTUOLESALE akd RETAIL DEALERS IN T 7 General Merchandise, We keep constantly on hand the largest and receirn at these port all mailable matter, and t general stock of goods in the Territory lo forward it as directed, the destination be- . ing some regular post-oEice of either country charging thereupon only the rates eslabliehod ly the present convention. Mails for the Unitsd States of America shall be made up at regular intervals by the Mexican Post-Office and despatched to ports of the United States ; and, in the same manner,...

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. — 19 February 1870

i Vol. 3. TUCSON, A. T. SATUEDAY, PEBEUAEY 19, 1870. No 6. WEEKLY ARIZOHAN IjfeclUy Journal, devol ed to Hi bUshcd every fcaturuay ai i ucson, a. i . ' DOOXER .Editor. Terms of Subscription, . Copy, one year w,uu fe tup. lX montbs 400 L coot fr three months 2.00 s- l. or. tie umoers. eaeii scriptions must be paidinvariablyinad vance Advertising Rates io Jollnro per square for the first insertion one dollar tcr eacn suoaequent insertion POSTAL CONVENTION BETWEEN fl! UNITED STAL'HS F AMERICA. AND THE jOLONIAL GOVERNMENT OF HONG KONG MNA. Seles of agreement between the Post Office De- S . -r.l. Tint tail fltdtfla .1(1 tho P.nii. IIHUL Ul LUC uut.uu " iftl Poii Office at Hong Kong. jjLrthe purpose of establishing and regu 1a the interliang! of mails between the. ifeJ States and Hing Kong and dependent !:.. . nAi k. mn(l 'nf til f?!f(nf lirtA ,f 1 O . . 1 - Html ri 1 1 - j f .. vi n i li t r . , . ,11 Oliie man jia.vvoio f'J & u'stn e Franciscoand lions' Kong, uia Yokohama pai, it ii...

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. — 19 February 1870

THE WEEKLY AltfSOITAN FBBitOftAlT 19. :370. THMtfS IS VA3tirTG10N. " Governor Ssfford is in Washington; the whole country will knows I hat Mc Gonaick is n Washington; Geu Sherman and the Secretary of War are in Washington, of course; President Grant i in Wellington, which is not at all surprising, and I ho fame of the Apache has reached Washington accompanied bj correct accounts of the terrible influence which he ex ercises here. So it will readily be seen thatthere in Washington, the persons who have full j --y-er to Bave:from the tomahawk of the Apaches us of Arizoua who hare thus far escaped its ter rors, are assembled; while abundant factB to point out the necessity of prompt action' are already before them, and new ones are being constantly revealed. There was a time when we looked hopefully forward to the present Congress as the one which we believed would adspt measures to settle forever the career of this last methodically hostile tribe of Indians ; and let it be heped that ...

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. — 19 February 1870

pEKLY AlUZUiNAxN 'local"2Iatters. .ism ...... ; will he r membered, trt ,4,,y InJuus ftoout three weeKS r,r) ?iit h to on unday last eseort 'CKjcntof Mexican cavalry under t .Mmi-inlaw an officer of the Oi u-a arm. His wounds which at first wJfaui have fcince been aia- je0t a less aenons chacter. ine 'Jrcus of these is a bullet wound ,h,ahlw; thebulM entering the ".t.. ...nuider fracturing the bone of fa. Tnu 0l"er wr'll,,d3 are two " I i 1 . , nn nf nfiKI uel, ti wrist. cUUlfulsureeon is in attendance n. a w m.d has hopes ef his ultimate The breath of spring is again ... ...,l ami fiiIr)i r and alreadv ,vtr our ,"""J ' J iti wear the appearance at lne $nu ier, wh.la nominally it remains is .. i ai d pas-cd away without giving ot.mation of ita presence save by J tuip.'ni15 f distant mountain. the mildest ever whitne3- 1 UM . w - - tur'iphouf, the thermometer seldom - jw terny-rate during th hours 11 a lew maiuiiucs as The ur'ij'it and warm, which, , .vi t'iJ ri.ir rains are due, . w...

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. — 19 February 1870

n EE sit. for . I PIONEER BREWERY. TUCSON, A. T. A RESOLUTION in relatien to fcuilding for the state Department. Jtesolvad by the Senate and House of Rep- rnntniives of liie United ctate3 of America in Conger esstmbled, That the Secretary of GER BEER. ALE and POUTER State, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Sec A. LEVIN U J. GOLDTREB. retary ot War: tne Arcnitectoi tne oapitot ex- jjarc 14, 1863 11-tf. tension, the supervising Architect of the Trea sury Department, and the Superintendent of I William ZicrixntM" Tbcioh. T. Aa?.o Eeckskdoif Liouis iic wer Albiquerie X. J. Se 11 Uey l.M. a Abraham Ljon TI. William W. Milis. J In tho First h County xuory of Arixc, S. SlIiKYBBKEQ Son Francisco Public Bnildings and Grounds, be, and they N. Fish, or horihv nnnolnted a commission to select a I J-uceOn, ... j ri site for the erection of a building for a new Stale Department, subject to the approral of Congress; to came plana to ba ,made for the 8amo, with an eitimate of thelprobable cost the...

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. — 26 February 1870

-r 1 j i 9 TUCSON; A. T. SATURDAY, FEBHUAEY 2G? 1870. No 7, TjFhV AMZOXJJV L journal, Icve1 eri to tla lis of Arizona Territory. tU, j-atuitiEj r.t Tucson, A.T. mooXKR iuMToit. grms of Subscription, ... roar $7,00 : J'-iiw : -.00 L thr, e months 2.00 r , h'IS St . rs. caen jsniustbe paid invariably inau ranee l' Advertising Bates. Sri pT square for the first insertion hn O.NG OF THE AXE. vJthog is the woodman's axe, i tlror to freeman's foes, cars tho path for a nation's tracks . napiro Westward goes. p.Tig of joy is the woodman's n.xo, roa";cstuo oi l homestead bright, ieei that tho hearths -one never lacks heart ofacolJ, dr.-tiry night. urlv tiling is the .ioudman's axe, the turdy woodni'.a's blows 3 a-us m hard as the woou ho hacks, b.'s iLeeis as red JS a rose. uijrn o'er tb crusted snow ; woods ho hastens away, i je..r the ttcaJy blow upon blow r t J, .-harp tie all day. I t ee--., who've swayed in the brecie I j. tiitved u thousand storms, jtj?,r trcngth by sure degrees, I . 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. — 26 February 1870

TOE WmmX ATII20NAN FEBRUARY" 2G 1S70. TiliitOUMY JAIL. Thia building, erected thrse years ago, would now appear, was intended at the time of building toaaswer preierfl emergencies only Two oes, each fifteen feet square, proved quite snfficient while our population waa pe hups les3 than 3,000 ; but now, with a popo-. latiou rough I j estimated at 5,000, thej hare proton tfnequal to the purpose which they am intended to answer. True, no criminal is ever permitted to run at largo from want of a jail in wSich to confine him; but confinement in the county jail, thronged us it novr it, amounts almost to torture, Fancy fourteen men cram med into an apartment fifteen feet square and three-fourths ofthi. number likely to re main there for months. Others will doubtless be arrested and 'placed in confinement there from lime to time ; and when so many human beings ire thus confined together within a spaee so small, and so poorly ventilated as are those cells, the condition becomes ulmost sick e...

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. — 26 February 1870

J" I jdKCARy 26 17Q- LOCAL MATTERS. 'Tc.nrtio: iiie hrmot'E N. Fish & Co. ttrirk- nf I'oiKlii lram San Fran- rceiea u o ci,co on Monday. CAivi : A whole week has actually rolled wr.hont a.' y person haviig been either ..tii or murdered by Indian. This i- de c ; J-J11 i"'F'r&einent in the conduct of Lo Cunu? B.tJ.vs'iJ new saloon, north-west (0Pcr Mail, and Cominercinl streets, is now te re -jl'a traoiion. Five games in "full tt-t' r:;J thousands oftiollari changing hands ll:o Grands Gazette lias become a id imst hii:5 H. W. Sherrv. who Uja'ie. ' i " c mJ .cled it, is now in Tucson and "imbibing si,t ease has rendered it decidedly unpala Tu watiisr still continues drv, and seri n..c n recension is felt by the farmers that rc.rors will prove a failure. The month of t .ru-..rr, tl'o rniny season in former years , e nmv a:inost passed, and brought no rain . . ; , vcei t;on cf oue jbowenwhich lasted 1 4 v v: I ue name a'Kt lame oi tne dve iMimd thoir wayacrosu the At ; r nt' mall...

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. — 26 February 1870

ST: Curious Astronomical Obuervation. Th follovkincr nublithed in the Elrnira Ad vtrtiaer, is from the peu of Profeeaor J. D. Steele : There appeared in the Advertiser some time .inr. a oaraeraph copied, we believe, from n Michigan paper declaring that a column nf mn-metic htrbt u shooting out troro lbs sun at a prodigious speed; that it already reaches halfway to the earth, tud that in nil probability by another summer wa shall have celestiul and atmospheric phenomena be tide which our rudest winter winds will seem liko a "Jun'J morning in 'Paradise." In fine that when this big tongue of fire touches the earth, it will lap up onr globe at a mouthful. Tory many have mr.de inquiries of mo con cerning this prodigy, ucd, with your leave, I will try to satisfy their curiosity, and per haps allay their fears. it br.3 been known for some tiino that du ring a totol eclipse, red flames were seen to pkv about the edge of t'10 moon. Daring the'oclipse of 18C0 and 18G9, it was definitely settl...

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. — 5 March 1870

- . VIH .1 1 1 : i 1 T B 1 .1 i1 o1 TUCSON, A. T. SATURDAY, MARCH o, 1870, r0l 3. No 8. jiyEEKLF ARIZONA!! riiivioiu-sial. devoS o5 f hi 'u rests " Arizona Terrfilory. .,;cd ticij M.ii.n!i!y at Tucson, A.T. otAc;ii liuiTOK. terms oi'Subscription, ., year . ;cjIltllS . ,iv- months ach -o .11 . be paid invariably i n ad run ce . 7,00 . $4.00 .. -2.00 Advertising Bates. v r square for the first insertion u- H. r I'.ti-ii subse'iiu'iit insertion IP i CT A Li, L AW S ov rhn AN ACT relating to retired officers of the army. Ee it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep'eaPntatives of the United States of Amer ica in Congress assembled, That no retired officer of the army shall hereafter be assigned to duty ofany kind, or be entitled to receive more than the pay and allowances provided by law for retired officers of his grade; and all such assignment heretofore nude sh.il. ter minate within thirty days from the passage of this act. Sec. 2 and be it further enacted, That all laws and putts of...

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. — 5 March 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA T I fa"ciM; (as a professorinWwrd Univer-1 The doctrine of Woman's Rights continues JN OTI02 ! fcitjshouIdnotbeaccBsedofnnfunjl5ing;)aud,to gam fresh support trom every quan. In ,he mattQr f , " I II1HL lift wnq lint urnnf mminc! ' nlipncfl! t in w RAPHAEL PUMPELLY. This is the name of a man who, in 1861, was that he was not proof against ' influences, the following contrasted views which, he takes of the San'a Ritof valley will tend to obviate "Qnn iU 1. i r in f . . - - i. . r- if. i iuiuuku its wnnueriunv oienr fiimnK imning engineer in cnarge oi me oanm rma pbeh. w-. . . - , r mine somo fifty miles distant from Tucson, and every detail bronht-aiu bv thi lip'ht of I he who has since become an author having writ-1 moon, this vailpy has seemed aViaradise ; and ten a work entitled "Across AmericsTaud Asia," There are, to-day, in Arizona, men who were personally acquainted with him while he was employed a3 engineer at the above named mine, and speak in tho highest ...

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. — 5 March 1870

I 1 ftrri ri Y A K '. IN A Y I ) XjjJXV.-U .1670. LOCAL MATTERS. r i i f a nnrtv ot intlians recently t ..... ... itto Linnio r.1"1 rjopj at Damp Lowell j w-ek. The paymaster is j.' iii, ureait among the military . .,,.. "Dalcli" Thompson, brother ,t In iiiijisou ofSaeaton, accmVnt ..,.,t rfithn revolver about the begin- The shot took effect in the otwa '-? nnd, il- '3 though, will . ...I from Catim Crittenden tester- . J the raiiclifS on the Sonoiiw, nbu't; mii? of tin week, una hilled and a , ;t,t cuttle belonging t Messrs. a:ii llroA'ii, M YtHKKS has returned from Pres . ;i , as pleasant and its happy ef-n newly maiwl The , h )W'eirt!r, will uccuunt for f withe lis anow chid : U-li hi, iBi mcry w'aen n verdant vallry of the h i: surprising tfeat he should .,val, We mention with , .u .vhI at kii arly duj of '. I) v sn from the command of -j . , ri.t df Arizona. Fur :.!. -j! surmise, ih name of j , !. i t be relieved ha . n. or. otherwise, is not to i ':. I'h&i.f e, kowvr, wilt...

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. — 5 March 1870

Tit iiC m in . i am, i n mrmti ifaimtrnin-imnKnita JLioxznd. the World. E. N. Fish, TU'sOD. E. iT- FISH, & CO., S. SlLSVRBSSQ Ban Francisco From the A. 1. Mail. Iarthu morning, enclosing a Btatement of -r , n0LK3AJ.E . RETAIL DEALERS IS route, time and distances embraced in making a modern circuit of the globe. The circular save, and w agiee with it, that "in all proba bility the tirce 13 tiot distant when we shall see adverted in our journals andon our thorough fares the novel announcement, 'Through lick eta for i'aisaae Around the World sold here; baggage checked to Hong Kong, Calcutta, or Bombay; only to changes' to Shanghai.' The suu-ment of routs, time and distances refencd 10, 'akas the shape of a ticket a yard lon;j, across the face of which is the pai.iful joke, "good for one lesson in modern geogru- jihy, but not gcoJ for passage." . The lessen in geography is, however, instructive, and we are aura of learning, if not of the ride. W'e start from New York to do the irele...

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