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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 16 April 1870

TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 5870. No 14. ,nii dAvolcd to the UlL of Arizona Territory. ciiirilfiv-at'Tucson. A.T. ti every -- nrtOSER .Ewtor. Ter0s 0f Subscription, a rp.r ,UU ?r. oue SV $4.00 f tlX months..-.....- three months 'Ijcrs.each J uousmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising Bates. ncr square tortne nrst insertion u. ' -l. anVtspnunnt. inKortinn dollar tcr eauo a-wUw OLD MSMORIES. rthat B"el melody aS'lin' ' ...a ,t nnfifl in happier hour.. t.Uiim . e meathot summer uowers, . if.rfi mv pensive mind r 1.1:0 Lc hu.iowed sefnea ot other years, !.. .c nil iODIT OUT 01 10V. , .,. unalloyed with tears. m5n.T hawthorn scent3 the air. u.Uui.-0 ... , t onmr la 111 Ihfi CWV 1.11 ' a " t .u.ta irrim halmv HnwprR. jjeieeicini morry by. ,i I Hear uci uiuiij u, ,r nuUhiess form 1 see once more, of InVH LH UCl """-'"d 6 - ; . ... i .1 ; i l. .... Url i " -- - -j 1 ' t uld such ecstacr but Iaat, i .T Otuer W0IIU3 iuuuu urigiib : !- t. V.-.I Wirt lair) muMC.iu uie air, t it fioil ...

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 April 1870

THE WEEKLY ARJ20NAN,drr3 "Tr i military guard, v confinement under APRIL 16 .-...'....1870. THE INDIAN. Beyond giving accounts of his depredations fromttmetotimewehavenotspoken ofthis wretch in a poriod of several months; and not wish ing that the world should begin to think him a much wronged individual while he is the worfct stamp of a cutthroat, robber and murder er, we deem it about time to think over what . he has been doing within the past few- w eeks and to speak of him accordingly. if, at aettmg out, we fail to acknowledge that the Apachepoi8eases sufficient cunni no lo make a grand dupe of the military author hies within the Territory, it is not becanse we nre ignorant of the fact. The Goodwin Indian policy in past years, (by which a band of several hundred idle vagabond Indians was fed by the Q. M. Department, up to September last, and when not employed at drawing and eating government rations at that post wre , occupied in murdering and robbing settlers) should be suffici...

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 April 1870

WEEKLY AIUZUiNAi ti if. 10CAL HATTERS. .1S70. lr ill nt t3 ,3 aaiu iu u....0- p,jeB Dr. Phelps went thither on rS opened his new bote 1 on luesduy ' nd gunner to his hundrad and t - t i r .i j. The table was aDunaanuy spruiiu v'vest viands which our markets af- .-iw . . . - . .i the ea,i3t3 did ainpu justice to ui ipread before them. s.a Kita Saw-Mill .The opera- . in rr lirm L,azara z x ernes, Cmber districts of the Santa Rita J, bare already placed in our ranr- ir nf tha verv best quality ot 76 ,u , The advantage of a lumber yard Vrwr sensibly felt by those who have fcnv ten cpnt3 in a toot ot lumber redaction in price, and such faction brought about within a period .i . ti.rnnli the oneration of the a will. jTEr,n: Mr. Hooker, of the firm & Hooker, passed this place on Mon- rT6 drove m ui v-m... ...... r j r-mtl McDowpII. lhe cattle Have ntha Papatro lands, 50 miles - -i Iimd the winter, and are now . ? TIP Vt 1 Y UV-J v ' - - - Tf tlm "razincr lands r .'li 0- of thowe imlita...

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 April 1870

- i i i SOITTIIERK OVEUAlf U.S. MAIL. land Express Line Prom Mesilla N. IT. to Tucson, A. T. o THE under.'ipned will ran a weekly two horso uuggy betwoen the above points, connect ing at JUosillo, with stage" for Santa Fo and tho East El paso, and San Antonio, Texas; nnd at Tacon, with the Los Angeles and San Diego Foini-Weekly Stage Line, and tho "Weekly line for Heraosiilo and Guaymas, Sonora ; making a concocted stago line for any point in the United States on tho Pacific or Atlantic slopes of the continent, and points in nothern and centra Moxioo. Particular attention paid to impress matter and comfort to Passengers. Tho company aro responsible fcr all Express matter font by their line except against Indians -and high water. Baggies leave Tucson and Mesilla every Sun day at 4 o'clock, pm. JTucson, A. T. DAVIS & BARELLA. K :23i. Lu.Mesilla, N. M cns. a. lobd w. w. ttillumb LORD & WILLIAMS. WHOLESALE J.KD RETAIL IB AL E R S IN ALL RIVDS OF MERCHANDISE, 0 illa'vjag just rec...

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 April 1870

SSR5 r TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, AP1UL 23870. 3. No 15. ITr ARIZOiVAN lir Journal, devoiea i iu ES(S 01 A -""" every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. DOOIVEU Editoh. iXernis of Subscription, I ... $7,00 wz- .... each 2o lonsmastbepn'd'nvariablyinadvance Advertising Kates. . tilPQ Tf 1 1 I (If II1ML IL1111I i itu 111:1. ui flUK OLD MAIL'S WILL. ierSmi.V11 n's threadbare suit, u ti3)-i oi the village laugh and hoot, Jj5 tuP -iiiiT o pour and old. " t '.,.,1 tn hfiLii lin -ri.li? '1 fa auu sciiiui"fc ,w r r r Li man thinks with si quiet amile 1 . ,,...lVirO Willi li Willi!' h wm?hbUUtne wnesit irom ensn, LVtiatthe poor have eaueeto Imgh. mn troeu to the promise sure, Ljj .Jn; nungry ami eiothea the poor, lerrii.iitoftf.ini all shall see Won 'it untJ tt' n TO ',1 br. the will is road. .. n r . i,i2a:i l ou the uivershead v-ji u 3. . . t i t t J .1 '1 J - l - . i. am nes go a tor flic gOKien ounu dithe'i. togetherin heart and hand. ri I kii'j niiiiin i nif lliUk AUU unj. k irw. j I f-m i tli miJi...

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 April 1870

?HE WEEKLY -AUTSONAN APRIL 23 18T0. STILL THEY 1I0WL! I arrived here late last week from Southern Ari The following is what the Boston H:raU zona, and is now at Fort Uhipole awaiting thinks, or rather Chat it wishes the whole the arrival of Major General Ord. Gen. Dcvin world to believe it thinks of the Piesan Mas- commanded the troops in this sub-district for JOURNALISM IN ARIZONA Recent developments go to show that to be a journalist in Arizona it is necessary to be a fighting man a first-class bruiser unless the editor would Lave his paper controlled bj every demagogue who migh; feel disposed to dictate to him. The duties of an editor are easily understood so easily that even an ordinary reader is ca pable of deciding as to his ability and industry ; but the ease or difficulty with which such duties maybe properly discharged is a question which the journalist, alone, may decide. To conduct a newspaper properly, and in accord ance with the views of the great majority, it is necess...

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 April 1870

A - rllTI 11 V il W I 7.1 I V it IV 1370. I0CAL JIATXiSitb. ' , jJe Titus of the District Court . . -,.,iitr nicoinmiiwu;: luujriauu.c, the Territory oi n.rju . ..t.... TV.;. .nit; wa t j wn iHxeu u una curaplaint otl'ierton . a that upon three occasions "e "halted and insulted by the said Duf- hoseoul grievance wag the publication papef of wmcn corapiuiuum ibcuuui, re2ardiiig the removal srom omce j DaffielcL xnai upon oho ui muse . n, DuESelU, m company wuu um . .u nn9rentlrin a Biuie oi luiuxiuuuuu, i hr.iu out'- - v . tn him in me bubo, r lered by the lormer to -wnip uiu u u ' ''. .... W. the servant hesitatine and fSuus i " u i:. .nnoJftinn that Dooner was .., ,f,lt U15 J and would be likely to ehoot him, Duf tutast his hand into his pocket and said ie too had pistols ; that the 'two men iol i him lo the door of his office and only v. t.-m fev tlit arms, aim appueu 10 mm ... ,.V.,n cflflDltneiS ttihuu iauKuoi;u .imtth9 counter by a blow upon the the latttr made a motion as u to...

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 April 1870

&fi n ni iff H 1 1 A lift tma SOOTHE OTfl3Ii5.AIVn5 XJ. S. MAIL. and Express Liu e .From Mesilia N.M. toTuctou. A. T. t o THE undersigned will run a weekly two horro ouggy between tho ubovo point., connect ing at Ale-illo, with stage for Saut Fe and the East El jmso, and San Antonio, Teas; ainl at in I. . T am A...ul..t .. 1 it: fioini-Weekly togo Liue. and the Weekly Jine connrctuii stage line tut-all y point in fnc United t VVJUblitVllfcj Mill J WW am mwiuwu VCUUU - . Particular attention paid to Exproa3 matter till .it I. 4 n iikAtinHa The cimnany aro ropouaiblo for all Express ac J high crater. Buggies li-nvo Trc?on and McsilLt every Sun- Tuwou, A. T. DAVIS & BARELLA. 2-3t. Ln M eailia, N. M J3,K. Fish, E- iN. PISIL & CO-, 5?. Silvnrbclir. San Francisco CU13. H. LOED W. W. WILLUHS JLORD & WH.J,fiAI55fl. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALE IN AWL HIJBBS OF u Having just received flora Nw York&n entirely uew stock of General Merchandise INCLUDING Dry Goods, Provisions, ...

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 April 1870

Ji . -vtrV i TUCSON, A. T.. SAIUEDAY, APE IL 30, 1870. No 16. Itii coi- .P')5, 1 it of 15 f ti 3? ,.! alt 35. .913 AJB1ZOJSAS va-naJ tlevoled to the L.d.ri'av at Tucson. A.T, w t; ' j0OKR Editor. U of Subscription, . nvntbs $7,00 $4.00 . 2.09 25 I p'dinvariablyinadvance Urcrlising Hates. - i urefurtlie first insertion . e j suuiequent insertion I C I A IL. LAWS 0? HIE LVJ aTlTE S ,i J AT TUB islOtf OF THE rsr CONGRESS. : . tettalu poat roads. : . ati and itouse. of 'aired States of Ataar i . - i, liu: the following j .r..Js: i .ldA. t i'osjciiitaua Whynot to i " :u. j .race. i. 1- ,o Phocaiz. . iO l'iiinix. J t .. .1 j;te Sulphur Springs? ier,T. to Princeton. v.a M.mut Holly, Village and Dorchaster, to s .e-idan. t'aaiabersTille. i ViU Sasridan to Prince- j i il.Itofi, Ozan, and Nash-, . :a iiemstcad County, Ar to Fort Smith, in Ar Ai:uaa, to Fort Smith 1 Y uTille, via Rapp's Bar- C-." J.ISU. Ta Bridgeport to Sweel ' 1 L Ur.g. to Ejtity's. to Grro Gordo, 'i .u Laue Pine to Los Or.in...

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 April 1870

wtt WEEKLY AIlIONANi,heoliect6Uh . That the Col. was not disposed to "m APRIL .1870. abortive. I 7 nsnoiea t -moixe war upon women and children" is evident fromjbe j fact that 140 women and children captured after the massacre were immediately set at I liberty. Col. Baker and the officers who were T-Iill Tlilvi in rrin... f 1 . IT-!-,.., ,,t.fnnl- tmn ...J.,r tl,i- araa.1 nrmpir. ntin Vr I ' rnce tT:rb r; - --r- , - them by Eastern paperg deman( thRt the THSS-iD PARALLEL RAILROAD. 3?or some time past, the friends of the 32d Parallel Railroad hare maintained an unusual ao,8 ,ou "" " T ' . . whole matter be at once and throug-hlr inves tfeey baa permuteu meir uruur : iue tuute iu tjffate(j gradually cool down. Bat the case is happily 'o&enrwe. The powerfal and unremitting From Our "Wasiiingtoii Gorrespondeut. adrticacy of this project lor more a year, by &unAW inurnals both East and West, show- While tho attention of the government h d in as plainly as language will permit, th...

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 April 1870

I IWUfcU-W. -rrir i i f y i i ii rT 1 li' 1 I V- it I I .I 1 I V 1 IV .1S70. " IQCAI HATTERS. riA.;r arrived last week ironi 2Ii3 teams, bringing in govern , i tjir.iuue to arrive daily, ilis "," t to the Port of Guay tnaa will have r..J ticra by the 4th prozim. Tho i5 w on bis way to San Francisco to j Uext and last shipment to be c pn sent contract , TilT days have returned, bringing .yuIlcp ,)f flies and other trouble c;j. This affliction is, however, .t.j bribe respite from interciit- anJ uavy clothing, enjoyed d unug . r v, . a''ser. tIsdiaN Outrage: On Wednesday ,. .j.'Iit to town of the murder of a y, Means coming with teams from 1 vwereatiacktd ihe previous day, ' . roirtro, iy a large party of Apaches .i tie warpath, and, after a bnet s out of iho party were killed. Iwo i . . liL-ctir.g their escape, leaving d inerehandiie'm the hands ot -J. 1 .jivs au' wu have lute news from ,s M.neri continue to flow into the ,,-a every direction. There are now ' . i.vl persons engaged ci...

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 April 1870

U.S. MAIL. and Express Line From Mesiils JSr. M. to Tocon, A. T. I o mii -..t.r.Srnw! wilt run a vaeklv two kttee baxfR iwn th" :lbt,ve points, connect 2 - uiiiA ia stuti for Santa Fe and the Tt.. Ki mso, and San Antonio, Texas; and at Somi-Weekly btage Line, and Ibe Weekly line for Heiinosiilo and Kuaymas, oonora , maiuK .i etraceetod stage lino for any point in the United States on tb I'adBe or Atlantic slopes of the continent, anu poima - Moxico. Particular attention paid to Express matter tad comfort I Pawengars. The eomnany m responsible for all Express matter .ent'bj- their line oxeept against Indiana gad high water. Bnggiw leavo Tnoson and MesiU every Sun day at 4 o'clock, p m. Ybcsor, A. T. DAVIS & BARELLA. 231. La Mesilia, N. M GtUS. If. LOP.D W. W. WILLIAM3 WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEAL E It S IN AliTti KEBDS OF MlteEL&anMSE, 0 Having just received from New York, an onUrely uew stock of General Merchandise INCLUDING Dry Goods, Provisions, Clothing, Hardware Groceries, ...

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. — 7 May 1870

TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1370, Vol 3. No 17. wflo?fir Journal, cievciedso ioc crests of Arizona Territory. hlfelicd cery Saturday at Tucson, A T. pt BOOXEil Editor. Tpthis of Subscription. . rw. one rear $7,00 . six momus .p-i.uu d w.ipv for three months o no . a numbers, eacn 25 - s jriptions must be paidinvariablyinad vance 4 TiTOrflcjincr T?.flt.P5. . flints ner square for the first insertio , one u - 1 - j. L tf - fine i mi hjamiem. tnsprrin I) jr .r 1 u a. JLi. LAYS OK THE STATES PASSKU AT TI1K feilOXD SESSION OS1 THE S ACT to establish certain post road?, . . 11 iL. C... 1- .1 TT p ...r iatives ot tbe United status ot Amer- ni Cjn"ie3S assembled, That the following esubiished as post roads : J; a 0 RECON. From Dalles Uity to uc-reco v alley. " CowaliH io Ak-ea Valley. " Salem, via Lincoln, Zona, and Bethel, M -...J- nenaaw. From Dalles City to Ciooked Kiver. " tl.e Dalles, via Fifteen-mile Creek, i ir. i. i. i- "- tv c : i 3i, Vinow Creek, to U.i.er O'meco. l .Am injnri...

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. — 7 May 1870

'jst.nmn figi1."- THE WEEKLY AWZONAN MAY 1S70. A SCRAP OF HISTORY. Tkn id connection with recent mining dis coveries, the following scrap of hislorv ia i tsting. In the year 1749 Padro Yinegaa published in Spain n book, translated into jug.h in 1750, giving a wonderful account oflhu gold proiucin,: country in Arizona near tfoe junction of the Gila aud Colorado rivers eertaialy on the Gila. The Padre speaks of the stones related by the inhabitants of rich mines, and of golden uteusi's cf every possible kind being used ia the houses of the Caciques, and.giv.es good reasons why the information sra withheld from the Spanish Government. TbeprieatJ in those days were living like prin ceiat the several Missions and found a repeti tion of the timed of Pizarro and Cortez. This book can only be found novr at the British museum in London, and the Bibliotheque Im perial in Paris. San Diego Union, The volume referred to, there can be but lit tle, dcubt, furnishes information .which, if no. liter...

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. — 7 May 1870

1-W!V.;j,jjasfln--'' ffKEKLY ARIZONA?? .1870. -CCAL EiATTEES. KSaBOTJI THE KIHES. c.scovery of the silver mines at, nib-cam known to t'io out- I .'sgre Lbs baet an almOBt constant we Rto harpy to observe, are noi . ctT'e, but generally men who , .,i u;on the fontiers, men who f " r ut i danger for year and who r i in"pr far a more commodiou? , sii . ill phadows of night beckon-o-p, tl-n the flickered side of a tr.nnntain ravine. Hie bap- . . i iMUl' . w - I ,g wi ch ti.e presence of such men ,. ( ,e tuYIrs of the Territory is onr? rnnri onnnrpnt El r t'CC u-in;: -rr -risb ing p"opected, new discov- . and silver are of weekly occur- "; u3 ,ar pirty of sullicientslrength (jj, &1-o.a!eIy unknown districts, ; all the discoveries recent- .. t ,'re, confined to districts , . (-.en roina with freedom, but t dwsll. We have already ,.,,! v tin most extensive nnd, i . rrlcst rsines of silver yet discov- ,. .m,.t oi : is now obtaoiiBnea I; I " vt'3 f i1" premise of pormanenre. -n erected s...

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. — 7 May 1870

SOUTfflUSRBr OVERPASS U.S. MAIL. Aiid Express Line From Mesilla N. to Tucson, A. T. o TilB undersigned mil run a weekly two horie buggy between the abovo points, connects in- at Mcsillo, with stages for Santa To and the East El paSo, and San Antonio, Texas; and at Tucon. with the Los Angeles and San Diego geini-Wcokly Stage Line, and tho Weekly line for Uonnosiilo and Guaymas, Sonora ; making a connected stage line for any point in the United States on tho Pacifio or Atlantic slopes of tho continent, and points in nothern and centra M Particular! attention paid to Express matter and comfort to Passenger. The company are responsible for all Express matter sent by their lino except against Indians and hich water. , ... Buggies leave Tucson and Mesill every Sun day at4 o'clock, p m. Tucson, A. T. jjyjg & BARELLA. . 2n3t. La Mesilla, N. M THTSTnr-LtJnD "w: w Williams JLORBJ & WSEX1AMS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL A li IN Aiili KIKDS OF MERCHAKDISE, 0 : Having just received from New Yor...

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. — 14 May 1870

5" 'ill Vol 3. TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1870. No 18. r- 1 ft! tf: iV J "'Ifiji- I'vni I 1 1J 1 11 -l 11-4 -4 It ri IrtWEEKLY ARIZONA! rr.eiiiy Journal, devoted iO te n(ercsi" ...... Snliiwl.nr a( Tnrsnn. A. T. yi:suea - j j, y. COOISER..... Editoh. Terms of Subscription, f Copy, one year $7,00 3 t il'f- tl,rM months 2.00 iijcop - j-le numbers, eacn ibstriptionsmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising: Rates. iw9 pilars per square for the first insertio hu One ClOllr 107 uuu auuaenuu ui. uiscuiu LAWS 01' THE IJNiTEI) STATES WSSEl) AT TIIK IEC0ND SESSION" OF THE POKTMRST CONGRESS. '..V ACT to amend an act cntitiod "An net rruviiinffior top sale- oi a. portion ot tho iort (I'l'ijt a-ilitary reservation in St. Clair county, in tlie State of Michigan," approved July twen tiitfa, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight. Be it enacted by the Senate ami House of fltarfsentatives ot the United StateN ot Amer- licii m C .nre6S assembled, That an act entitled 'An act providing for the Kaie o...

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. — 14 May 1870

... MAY 14 1870. THE WEEKLY ARiaOKAKrNORSUAPAH1B. 0OT' uuvornur ouau3r, 01 uiauj arrivcu 3fc vor- innopn (ho 20th of April, and waa met and welcomed by a large assemblage of persons whoexpressed gratification at meeting, and lionized generally, "Utah's first governor. The Governor made a speech iu wich he stated that he had come to Utah for the purpose of enforcing the laws .of the -United, Stateg, and when he cannot do thte he will returnto his home. "The Constitution and the laws must bo respected and obeyed everywhere, and ihis Territory will not bo made an exception." The saint3 however, seem determined to baffle Mr. Shaffer if he shall undertake to enforce any law which will be likoly to inter fere with the free exercise of their peculiar religions "rights" or ceremonies. Polygamy they hold sacred and will defend, and, for the purpose of doing so are arming and equipping themselves on a large scale, A Cor inne despatch to the San Francisco Choniclt under date of April 21st says...

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. — 14 May 1870

.1870. 10CAL M&rxaao- 1 A rlnt&chment from t under command of Col. Sandford, billed eleven Indiana aud captured n ana ou !r command of Maj. CoUins, assisted :.aU r :, 25 men of Troop B" 3d il -sa ! Tnfantrv. , ?aen uompn" " ... " ton, Mr. D. Murphy, who acted roe lu They found a camp recently vacas- iOTiind some seeds and mescal ?LV delved. A short distance from .1,,- j.scovereu mP .1... A Vnttnwintr a h ill. 3e US1 r J " ' ham which may iwu-j b r . 1 .oi-inv two women and one i.n IllU-' - - cr Uu raturuiug mi' """J .Li tLree diber Indian, two of whom I'lU I iilTTiMHUMk ilh C0l. OanUUiru. xucao uuji.io .n.rodtio in executing ma campaigu .j, J9 panned some iuib sj, v,ui. , haS BireaJy attained an enviaoie repuia . ,,A cjnopnssful Indian L'hter. n nrnve - u tSroaehly alive to using the little Uiv. " - . .... 1 ...ir his command, to tne ussc aavan- and light well ts ne doing it .l- .,-Mm' Sunday last uapiain uay s 1 ... the toenu ot a little pistol practice n.j Mhp. RAnouslv to...

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. — 14 May 1870

U.S. MAIL. and Express Line From Mesilla 8. 1L to Tucson, A. T. o l TITE onderjignod will run a weokly two- horse Doggy between the above points, connect ing at Mesillo, with stages for Santa Fo and the East El paso, and Sau Antonio, Texas; and at Tucson, with tho Los Angeles and San Diego Semi-Weekly Stage Lino, and tbo Weekly line for Ucrmosiilo and Guaymas, Sonora ; making a connected stage line for any point in tho United States on tho Pacific; cr Atlantic slopes of the tontinent, arid points in nothern and centra lloiico. Tartioular attention paid to Express matter and comfort to Passengers. Tho company aro responsible for all Express matter sent by their lino except against Indians and high water. Buggies leavo Tucson and Mesill every Sun day at 4 o'clock, p m. Tucson, A. T. DATI3 fc BARELLA. ?'... - 23t. La" Mesilla, N. M CB1B. n. LORD W. W. WILLIAMS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL S. Silvtrbeig. San Francisco A Lt IN AEilL KliVPS OF MERCEAIVBISE, 0 Having just received from New York'an...

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