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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 12 March 1870

1 I1&JI ll Bj8 jjll ! v , i f Vol. 3. TUCSON, A. T. SATURDAY, MAKflH 12, 3870. No 9. fWEEKLY ARIZONAX Wopkir Journal, devoted t In lLrcsSs Arizona Territory. . .(1 otij t-fciurdav at Tucson, A,T. . n DOOXER Editok. Terms ofi" Subscription, . ,. vear $7,00 1 aonrhs $4.00 . i ,; t..rui.' months 2.00 IT l I. OK ,,,,,,011 -must bepaidiuvariablyiuadvance Advertising Kates. r- t..T square for the first insertion I rf. reach subsequent insertion $ 1 A L.. LAWS OV TUB ; IT B STATES 1'45MU AT THE I ,i-n SESSION OF THE HIT-FUST CONGRESS. 5,1 Ki to fr I''-t oflii.ili iu government em ploy. e n hy "lft Senate and Tfone ol n .-! '"'he Un'ted Slates of Amer est assemblad, That no officer or I , t i h atei government employ id m s ! cX c.mtribntions ofotbnr i w ii i v oi th government service i- ---it to those in superior o.:5i 0.j., . , , r any such officio p or 1 sj ois receive any gift or present nr(- tl to them as the contribution e la rivernmiit employ receiving n less i t'u t'tem--elves;...

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. — 12 March 1870

i WMKLY 'ABKONAN , MARCH 12 1670. cipal -water communications of South Amer ica. i 'iii vraoui "iiiLvd iji a k ui-siiKLL Sktne afciart that modern civilization is ruled by ctime, oiuers that it is ruled by progress. Xhe state of affaire ia France, in spam, m Ire land, in tha republic? of couth America, in Cu ts, 10 Mexico, in isritish America am: m the Boataeru btates ot our own .Republic would point ont tha reign of crime, if it irero not for tho counteracting, or opposing influenco wield ed by progress us shown by tha Atlantic Cable, tint Sues Canal, tha Pacific Railroad, and Steam in all its appliances The fact is that neither one nor the other rules alone, bat blend themselves together, an J, flavored with a small quantity of religion, form a new in Aueace consisting of about equal parts of reli gion, progress and crime; to this monster, then, ia entrusted control of the lever of modern civi liaation, and the reins of modern government It h generally understood that crime seasod...

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. — 12 March 1870

13 yABCH 11. ASIZONAN 1870. 'J. i ' Q"0 arrive "uuu"; r -J on Monday etarted on a tour to the c;2Ten prisoners escaped from tho n'l l.. l.-r cnwitirr their WUV ".OH 1UU1 --' "J o - J .tra . g of the cell door. s i.aa onr w&uk3 tor laotu :;ood cigar "muchly." and ,i a. in this respect, can find -,., Charley. . .vt.iiUBBGEK lwi9 relut ned from ..-j a ill be sitioued at Camp :i j nu officer who has done so . , vice against the Apaches. ; lii linns of Lesineky & Ce. , o hve taken the initiative il :avmen;s iu front of .i.i-.e.i o.bBsit,es. If other? . ::it:iiple wu would eoon have i c , -1 i.L Lf.nrd, a native of Whitehall, i aer'; on Thursday. For the pa.n two ber. inth employment of Lord u J h.id won they eatiPin o( hii . , . u..t of all other, through his , . , .portraits of character , r, rt : i'he contracts to furnish to .".rf.ai'Ut, at Camp Lcxeli, ma- - , L- -.nj-xae of building up a new . we Leou approved by General j- v will jrub&bly 1m commenced . ,. flic imiKcnso ...

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. — 12 March 1870

THE LIXTLE PEACEMAKER. Murom leaning 'gainst the mantle With bet' fac all iu a pout. Ppm hid behind the taper, Shows there's been a fftliiug out. LH. ailtteg At the carpet Fitxan lic-ir and ky bjua eyes Looks frdm oti nnto the other With k grave nurprise. TiD at last she lrps Mr J)oJij, Rives jofily from the f &, . Pukc Pa, who tries in vain . O'er the daily news to pot e ; Catches Mtamu'i listbiaa fingers, Tugs away with all her might, And her beby voice of pleading PM nil angrr thought tc fTigaU Dispersal angry feeKcgg widely. As the winds would scatter cbaff, Mother stooped and kusad berdarling, Breaking in a merry langh. Papa dropped bin puper, joyous Caught aweot Lily to his breast Now I'll stop, for more is useless, Lot Uio reader guess the rest. E. N. Fisu, sTSii-ETEBBka Tucdn, Sn Francises E 21 FISIL & GO-, . Weil nirfp ?,(;. TWnH A T. hi$.fiI0LESAL' ajto RETAIL DEALERS IN I V If General Merchandise, - We keen COIUtfimlv on hum? th iarsAit r.nH most general stock fit...

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 March 1870

.3. TUCSOft A. T. SAIUEDAY, KAECffi 19, 1870. No 10. : WEEKLY ARIZOJS'JJt . - k.' flia m k Ikiu ..WJhJk.I&m'.kil a .i-rtr f-afurdav at Tuceon. A.'F. DOOSER Editor. Terms (Subscription, r. one rear $7,00 ss months $1.00 three months 2,00 rs, each . 25 jasmnEtbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising Rates. , t , p -r square for the first insertion jrf, -pftca subsequent insertion t Ml i 1 ip ru 1 A -A IM LAWS OP THE .TED STATES riSSCD AT THE TT-v ,T7i,Mr r "NT "vTn mirTi Y-FIRST CONGRESS. lES'JlXTIOlV to authorize the Secretary - j. ovide for taking iaetocrolpgical j at te calitarj' stations and other i i -if.n me normern iatv03 aaaseaDoaru -j 1 1, n w .. ....... .. .. i.j . . p'si SiSetnbJedj That the Secretary , 1 Iio lit rely is, authorized and i j ruwde ior taking meteorological i.i at the military stations in the inte- u2 cjht.ntnt, and at other points in i 'i .f T.'k-J Pi no'.ee on the nortl era lakes e itr,C',usij by magnetic telegrar h t.nals, of the tpproafch aad force j Fe'...

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 March 1870

V THE WEEKLY A ft J20I A IN i the right of waj through New i I CO. ttf.ll rtmiflt,.. !. J wwmoih u 1(UUCU Everything considered, the most prejudiced can hardly fail to acknowledge that our pros pect! are Burpasi-ingly bright at prosent. It wouia arpear to 03 that the Territory is upon CONGRESS ON ARIZONA.. W nT,i-M,i fmm the nrnnaedinr'S of Con greas pnblished in the Washington Daily is lob t ot bebrugry ii 'as rouows, regaruius affairs in Arizona : Mr. Cullom. from the cor mitteeon the Ter- 1 no 1 pm OUR NrAR - - l I V'illUlUj V"- the very ere of a jrreat progressive movement ritories. renorted back, with the recommeoda which will hare the effect of rendering It a t;0Q tbat it do pais, the bill (H. R. No 8GG) desirable homp puur, woo, 3cantiiyrecorapenf)d for their moor, certain law of the Territory of Arizona, throng the tenement houses of the Extern The bill declares the apportionment of mnn citiea, or parish of want in their streets and hers of the Legislature of Arizona elected...

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 March 1870

1 J - fffEKLY AUIZONAN l Oil HATTEES. . I hllJItLbJd rrt 111.: or a i,t. Cavalry, has been assign i., -..r jj r in command 01 tump uraiiv uu i, i po-t oo Wednesday. sfB Goltbee eft on Thursday for San lfCo t bri'.g hither a stock of liquors ftHd k sktf'eal liquor establishment. Ab'old. a;'ent for the San Franciico , T who la ely parcbaed tho Apache .rrivfd on Wednesday, and will i work on the mine at an early DJ9 n ortr fnr an TTnirlilh rOTTS FtRnV f j tere ast week. He has examined all !,, utnnt3 appertaining to the Colorado ad ia uow rui a tour to th Jocahty. it eif ood iha he is authorized to purchase dud fupenutend the working if it TiisB ilixE. A report of the discovary lb m nei in 'he neighborhood of Burro iiUtns reached this place a couple of i unce. The report is from a reliable ebut the richness of the mine is a matter jet decided A party left for the locality ouriiua). ososal: J. C. Bennet has -been relieved the otBce oi collector ot Customs, and Biksr bas been appointed i...

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 March 1870

m gee? - The following beautiful lines from the pen of George D. Prentice, were written when the anther was 23 years of ago. They bava since rcmainea in mo aioum iuui u u uuy iu xur- wich) in which they wero written 4o yeurs ago, nnd were published for tho fiwt time, in Janu ary last, in tno liaritortl Times TO v The-slgnal frota the weeping strand Floats o'er tht? waters bine ; It bids me preso thy parting hand, A'ud 'breathe my last adieu ! But oft on memory's glowing wing My heart wi!! fondly stay, Arid Etiil to thee with rapture spring, Wlien lam faraway. Oft when the rising dawn shall blush ' Through Night empnrpled shroud, Aad all her changing beanties rush Along the Eastern cloud, Remembrance brighter charms will fling Upon thy youthful day, Ahdtouch affection's dulcet string, Though I am far away. And when pa! tivening's raven hair Streams o'er tno fading west. And heaven rains down hat glories. there. Upon thu ocean's breast, My spirit in that holy hoor ' Will yield to Memo...

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 March 1870

'9 J1 fit t TUCSON, A. T. SATURDAY, MARCjl 26, 1870. No 11. JL JUL JJ is r,. mWKLY AMZONAH iKlniouvnal, devoted to tit y ttffatsof Arizona Territory. Hi . Cni,rhlv at TllCEOn. A.T. ..r nnnFlR Editor. ,,mt. vt. Terms of Subscription, 1 wpi i ; S4.00 Year .,rC, SIX UlllUlii... - k 'J'f.-iU-nft months 2,00 1 1, m.opy11" t S Si, numbers, encn 0"i ? ,lft,ismustbepaidinvariabiyinaavance Hi i K a d vpr tisin cr Eats s C H Per sfluare forthe firsinserjon H Kf or-dollar tor eacn suosenuciiu i3u.m 1? F I C I A JL, LAWS OV THE NITED STATES J- "- psKU AT TUB rrk SV.SSTON OF THE 1,1 A) 1 ' ORTY-HKST COA'ttKUSS. lho nubile i ho oil of .LbUbb-n .- Columbia, tho frame fVS'Zi at tho southeast comer of neI1ty.seontt aireu . nid city. Lsolvedby tin Senate and House of Repre- aii;c3 of the United States ot America in .n.'nlad. Tlmt thore ha donated to ID TcSS USJCiu"'"'"! CIIy of Washington, for the use ot tho "schools ofsaid city, the framo building f thft Freedmea's r ,11 Lilts - reau loc.-.Kd on 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. — 26 March 1870

IHB WEEKLY AKTZONAN MARCH 26 1S70. NO MORE ANARCHY. The election to Congress of R. C. McCor mick ns Delegate from Arizona has proven tho greatest triumph which the people of this Territory havo ever achieved? - He was chosen o represent this people at a time when their wants and necessities were almost unlimited and, with a clear perception of those wants while animated with a feeling of responsibility- he took his seat in the 41st Congress, and throwing the whole energy of his eou! into the task hefoie him, set about tho work of recon strttction. While Delegate elect, and still ex ercising executive authority herej tho most immaoulato humbug that ever disgraced a judge's bench, the Hon. Mr. Backus, concluded to upset all tho laws of tho Territory, and having accomplished this to 7u's entire satis faction, then fled to the States to gloat in triumph over tho wreck which he had occa sioned. Meanwhile, McCormick looked on composedly, and this being a matter in which the executive had ...

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 March 1870

. t II I'll 1 t 1 1X1 11)7(1 IOIU. i. . i. ii ",. i ii SI. ana v . - .... Drayman left lor UUiior-Cpt- Smith wen route for w TullyftTSan Fran- .J" - - .-. t .i: ,i,m!n for oan xemaruiuu ir n Dnffield hai been of snecial Postal Agent jjesicoaud Colorado, and f.Fmerira prominent iuer- i Well, such things will W .. l "V . I f Alff'l tri rQlieuJ' Ipoa only six or eigut occa .i l.o oAinixl inclined to tBGSR has been assigned to n and on Saturday last start- ..n.nv of cavalry to exercise it i . : mm. .. .bore before and did con anjong the "nobles" of that ..!.. liorA in tins mnniia us . . . tome eight months since, some ten or fifteen of ye Vnr tli r niiRt twn t,.HK I - kAfin nnoCinrf o rniinH little favors (blank Int- 1 lnt....irir H i iintt'il.. ' it,A nPfpR?itv or disnosinrr iU ino i.v-w- j i - o ..C e rroiiiUL uviuutiuii aim t I jrth in Urrorrcm uie un of neglect or lrnud. Keep . .1.- rtof immnvfthlfi nmnnir jrnwv , . X C 1 - . t . i i j .iii nfimi do ii n khpii nnr ?rr ( m mine anu 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. — 26 March 1870

, - !ieS2inBGiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiMHBBMBiii OPHELIA. Ob n bed ofcand, the reeds between, Ihe careless wavo repeats a scale, And iu her folly a true femaie A. child doth o'er tho waters lean. In her light hair the rose looks wild. And in her folly a true female Iu the gurgling brook that tings e ecale. Admires her pallid face, this child. A flower of the sky a star serene .Hurst on the night's dark brow of jet, And like Ophelia also coquette, Mirrored its face in the crystal stream. The child beheld in the waters clear, Hie glowing 6tar with its sparkling trail, And iu her folly a true female She sought to grasp the jewell dear. She stretched her hand for the star serene; It led her far as its brightness glanced; The star retired the maid udvaneed; On the shore next morn her vail was seen. She sleep3 beside the brook serene Where mighty Stella admires her trail ; And the chanting brook which sings a scale. Still rolls its waves and reeds between. The Pollywog. It is...

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. — 2 April 1870

1 1 THE WE IZONAN. TUCSON, A. T.. SATUBDAY, APEI 1870. Wol 3. No 12. EKLT luf0EKLY. ARIZONA! Pkiy Journal, devoted 10 me crests of Arizona Territory . , L5v;d every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. I yoOXEK Editor. Terms of Subscription, S7.00 , copy, uw j-- .- i,'on ;copJ SIX months ..$4.00 , r,nr tor mree muutuo mh. rs. each 25 f r,pti0nsmu6tbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising1 Eates. So dollar per square for the first insertion one dollar tor acn suosenuem. uiaeiuuu FFIGI1L LAWS of me 1NITEB STATES TASSED AT THE , SnOND SESSION OF THE FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. SlCT making appropriations for tho support fth Military Acaueiny iur iu fdiug Jana thirtieth, eighteen hundred and tnty-one. it enacted by the Senate and House of sentatives of the United States of Amer- !in Congress assembled, That the following Is be, and the same are hereby, appropiat- ut ot any money in the treasury not other- aopropriated, for the support of the- Mili- fiir the war endinorthu thirtieth I n j o . fune,fjrht'en hu...

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. — 2 April 1870

THE WEEKLY AllJZOKAN APRIL 2 1870. Parties having business transactions with the Wiekly AmzoUAN, tmdeonducting thesame by letter, are requested to address Weekly Arizonan," or the editor. The "Publishing Company" has only a nominal existence, this paper being published by the editor. Let" ters intended for us, and addressed otherwise than as directed, are liable to go astray and thereby tccasion disappointment. THM ADMINISTRATION SCHEME. "Times change and men changewith them," and the manner of justice very frequently marks the progress of change. Our Probate court matter furnish an instance of this. Per haps the most extensive and heartlesB swin dles ever practised in this Territory have been thoie of which the friends of the deceased were made victims through means of estate matters as administered. Our citizens are of almost every nationality, and it is rarely that any one ever encounters a relative here. In times past the struggle between life and dea'.h in the case of a citizen...

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. — 2 April 1870

V. Gt .0 j ' 1.. P'fc, is. of l, . . t t a-. 31.! MATTERS i case has been reporieu wuuin .ajay3(aiid thatonenas recovereu. . So at length we are about to "..-Ma hoi el : thanks to that ever- . 0r anybody else may nua hotel ions not second to any even in Los .l.ttw. or Santa Fu on the East. I5j jue v-i ,Jjr an old Arizonan employed as ster by E. N liah & Co., a man of ,e and energy and a jovial good ow, died of email pox at Arizona jlia'cu'-'-" ..r no wlm bnvi Ipft sn many (CI a11 ul,r- " " s behind. None speak of him ex- e soul of jovial good nature, while ie B;3 memory with ail that is honest between man and man. frL'EFTs: The Board of Supervisors rood selection in appointing Saml. periutendent of Streets and High- n fuesiay last Sammy took a ilutter t v i e strec-'s upon ma oinciai pinions, ,j quite a sensation. He had hardly l,is tour among the principal streets eral dozen of Papago Indians might carin " off boxes and baskets filled is fro n the streets, and depositing the id...

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. — 2 April 1870

The Explosion of a Humbug. " The Bed River Rebellion has at length "peg ged out," we might say, has Winnevegged oat, and suggests a new phrase to express the fizs sle of hnrabugs in general, That is what this was at the start, and all the way through. Those half-breeds never sought independence and, much less, annexation. They wer dis satisfied, from fear that they might lose their title to the land upon which they had squatted; and a few men among them, Jo. Rolette, and Strutsman, of Pembina, incited the commis sion of a riot,and the occupancy of Fort Garry, j important only because it eontained a supply of Hudson Bay Company s stores. Ah else that has been done has been the merest farce, except JIcDougall'a retreat, which was forced, not by the Red River tribes, but because Jo Rolette and Strutsman had caused them to be refused articles of food at Pembina, by fright ening the tradesmen at that place wiih stories of United States' interference, and that to fur nish supplies to McDo...

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. — 9 April 1870

in HE WE i Vol. 3. TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1870. No 13: EILT TfifSVEEKLY ABIZOiAi .peiily3iir:iJtI, devoien no me lutercstsof Arizona Territory. iabUsed evcr SatuTday at Tucson, A. T. P. f. DOOXKX Editor. Terms o 4" Subscription, fa Copy, one year JUJJ Dbp fc.,f.r, si.x mum ... - ---- i mnnlnt... ...... .UU Dae cop ' 0, f . .'n numbers, each -o p.;in inscriptions must be paid invariably in advance Advertising Rates. t.lift first insertion I'srO 'HJH"1 t" i-- Lu one dollar for each subsequent nsertion f'f icial. laws OF THE UNITED STATES rAaao.ii .vi inr. i SECOND SESSION OF THE jfORTY-FlKST CONGKESS. CHIITA-1868. Ldeitio.v.u. Articles to the Trkaty ijetwben THE U.MTED STATES AND UHIXA, OF JUXE 18. P! trie J. I CSlUCUi uj iio uiuiui u.u.t.c America. A TT.OOLAMATIOJf. "Whnrpas, eortnin additional articles to the ir.t' t i'in foret- between the United States it' A Kifusl ike Ta-Tsing Empire, signed ie Nit. the IStlt day of June, 185S, were c .. I 1 at.d by their plenipotentia...

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 April 1870

THE WEEKLY A IlIZONAN APllll. !.. .170. TUfcl BURRO MINK:?. We have found it! The greatest treasure over dfccoveied on the continent, and doubt Jess the greatest mineral treasure ever wit nessed by the cjes of man. We last week gave a description of the mines and staled at the same time that they were in New .Mexico. As regards their location there is, however, a doubt; it bring stated by some that they lie a few miles West ot th- line describing the boundury between the two Territories, and by others that theare East of ihe uimt line. It is howtvr, a matter which involves more of cu rioiity than of ral interest as to the Territory in which they are situated. fto long na their existence is a decided fact they will be certain to cause immigration, and thereby bring about the early development of thi Territory. Many of the old pioneers who, having neTer lost confidence in Arizona as a rich mineral country, have remained with het through all her varied troabJes for a period of more tha...

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 April 1870

if LY AttlZONAN -"V-T-Tr1 PROPOSALS FOll FO RAGE. IJl'l WIllC IDU HIU.1 u-iwi; w nuj.. lie .-', : CAL HATTERS. , ..ntirelv disappeared, and mmtiuI'V fe-l better satiihed at ' ' n- ft est than did the people .earuP.g that the last case had ,at a band'of forty Indians, attacked a party ot lour men : ' 'r.oi the post to procure 3 nef b- 'nfit- killed the whole P&rty 4 'fc team and escaped. The rumor nt eattsiacionij autnemicaieu. . ?tve some real foundation. .) vVtdnesdaj murmur, . .. . ; jY l is wife with a roay-eheeked, ' '.rirl'babT. Air. L. feels happy,, ll '"L.n will upon nr. occasiou ot S'e conrnMilate him and his ex 1 .-.on tt udditionul piece of reapon- ' i..,wver, pr-r.vre.l to r c '.v t-- mi, and when ihev had apr;iel--l ji:i5cie:it!v n-jir y-l.ing j like ripmoiiK t It- rtln!" hreU. k Mwil: on i m..tti.ilv wsnwif!ii!i: iliv other. On the following.! iglu a nana ot tuoso rw thif-vos stole 40 heud uf cattfe from a neld not more than 200 yard- oiUM'e the 'iraid of the town. ...

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 April 1870

em OLD TIMES. There'sabeautiful song on the slumbrous air, That drifts through the valley of dreams ; It conoes from the clime where the roses were, And a tuneful heart and bright brown hair That waved in the morning beams. Soft eyes of azure and eyes of brown. And snow-white foreheads are there ; A glimmering cross and a glittering crown, A thorny bed and a couch of down, Lost hopes and leaflets of prajer. A breath of spring in the breezy woods, Sweet wafts from the quivering piues Blue violet eyes beneath green hoods, A bubble of brooklets, a ncent of buds, Bird warblers and clambering vines. A rosy wreath and a dimpled hand, A ring and a Blighted vow Three golden links of a broken band, A tiny track on the now-white sand, A tear and a sinless brow. Thsre'a atinctureof grief m the beautiful song That Boba on tho ilurabrous air, And loneliness folt in the festive thronjr, Sinks low in the ioul as it trembles along From a clime where the roses were. Wo heard it flrat at the dawn of ...

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