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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 7 April 1859

Vol. 1. , TtTBAC, ARIZQiNTA, APRIL 7, 1859. jfto, 6. THE ABIZONIAN, A WISKK&Y PAPI2U,. DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS 01? ARIZONA. have been copied, On the ground near by, connect the inhabitants of these long deserted i The Thirty-Fifth Congress ; its Ciosimr thumb: ' Throe Dollars per annum, in advance. HATES OV ADVERTISING: One Square, of 10 liuoa, or less, one insertion, , (i ii i three " " ' " " one quarter, ' " " " one year, were also trnces of some of the figures., show- buildings with other races. No mark of an ihg yome of the hieroglyphics, at least, to Jmvo edge tool could be found, and no remnant of 'been the' work of modern Indians. Others any household or family utensils, except tho were of undoubted antiquity,-and the signs and fragments of pottery which were everywhere svmbols intended to commemorate some great strewed on the plain, and the rude corn-grind- event. One stone bore on it what might1 be ' er still ised by the Indians. This great valley $2 00 4 00 10...

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 April 1859

KBsamcsaesmcKmBTSWgi" THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1859. tTo Adyaitubm. Ptnoni deiiring to ad arti in thif papr, ar requet ted to lend in their Sttfn without dUj, ddrMid to Txi AttioxUH, 'Takae, Ariiona. jMrSfiictrTieNi nust ia all taiea be aesom- eiied with th aah. 2v lulniriVcc-'B. name will atri upoa our lioeki until adrane payment raei, Ihi nade. The Next Congress. It is now certain that the next Congress will assemble two months of s6 before the usual day. It is also equally certain, that the next House of Representatives, will be anti-demo-? ratio, bj a , strong majority. Wc suspect that Mr. Buchanan considered .the lato Congress in the same category, s6 he will be no worse off, at all events. No House of Representatives, n i Congress, could bo more stupidly, doggedly, i'anatiealiy "opposition" than the one just dis solved, although claiming to be "democratic'.' "Democracy," at the present time, is hard to be defined. During 'the late Congress it ap peared to conai...

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 April 1859

Religious Intelligence. .On last Sunday ire attended divine service in this plncc under the ministry of Rev. Mr. Tuthill, an eloquent nnd able Missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church. This, -was un doubtedly the lirst time- that the Gospel has .ever been proclaimed by a Protestant clergy man in Tubac. There wore services both in the morning and afternoon. Many came a j long distance to enjoy the privilege of once more worshiping with a congregation. Four were down from Oalabasas; and Santa llita, 'fifteen miles distant, by the wagon road, was well represented. .,The speaker's manner was "very effective and we trust his remarks will lankc a lasting impression upon his hearers. - The Rev. gentleman has a colleague in his good 'work, who has made his heni-quarters at Mesilla, and will itinerate in the Mesilla Valley. The chief object of their misiion is to spread a jcnowlcdgo of Christianity among the Spanish population,-but for the present they wilt nec essarily be compelled to c...

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 April 1859

THE ABIZONIAN. , Tho Thoughtless Vow,. She lovod him but ske heeded not Her heart had only room for. pride ; Allothcr feelings were forgot, When sho beoamo another1! brido. As from a dream sho then awoke, To realize her lonely state, And own it was the vow she broke " That left hor drear and dosolate. Sho lorod him but tho slanderer camo, With words of hate that all believed ; A stain thus reatod on his name But ho was wronged and she decoived! Ah t rash tho act that gave her hand r That drovo her lover from her side "Who hied him to a distant land, Where, battling for a name, ho died 1 She loved him and his momory now Was treasured from Um world apart ; The shade of thought was on her brow, Tho seeds of death wore in her heart, For all tho world that thing forlorn ' I would not, could not bo, and live That casket with its jewel gone, k A bride who has no heart to givo I Love's Calendar. If Time is moasured by sensations, And passions make us ccnturios old I If sympathy creates rela...

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 April 1859

HE WEEKLY ABIZONIAK v Vot: 1. TUBAO, ARIZONA, APRIL 14, 1859. No. 7. THE ABIZONIAN, A iVERKJiY PAPI2K, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS .. . , OE AllIZONA. te'rms: Three Dollars pbr nminm', in advanco! rates op Xov'tniTi'siNa: ""' ' One Square,' of 10 lines, or, loss ono insertion, $2 00 u tt tt tt it (n.e0 it i oo " " " " ono quarter, 10 00 " " " " one year, 30 00 All communications and business loiters must be addretspd' to The Akuonian, Tubac, Arizona. fifty dollars on every vessel entering llic. port, and' tliere is hot a single light-house from one end of the Mexican coast on (ho Pa cific to the othor 1 i The principal! exports of Mazatlan arc log wood) silver, corn, rin'd dried fruits the latfor to San Francisco, the former, to the Atlantic States and Europe. , , .-J Twicg a week the military band playcdin the Plaza, at night; and as porsous of all vol. A Nation in the Business of a Pawn broker. The Monte Pio is a species of national pawn broker establishment. It is in the gre...

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 April 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THURSDAY, APRIL U, 1859. ftST To Advkrtiskrs, Versons desiring to ad vortiso in thin paper, aro roquostod to send in their ?rwj without dolay, addressed to Tuk Arizonian, Tubac, Amona. $Sr,&swiynivnoxa must in all oasoa bo acom rmnied with tho cash. No subscriber's namo will Ve entered upon our books until adruuno payment lias been made The Present Cn-dition ff Sonora. The State of Sonora lt tins moment presents a spectacle actually deplorable. For a long time a bloody civil war has bean carried on between the factions of Gandara and Pesqucira, pressing tlic able-bodied men into service, dis tressing the inhabitr.nts,. increasing taxation to an extent almost unbearable, and preventing anything like a decent progress in business, agriculture, or mining. Forced contributions are constantly being levied upon the towns and villages, and everything is cramped and em barrassed by rigid military surveillance. Add to this the constant forays of the Apache Indians, ...

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 April 1859

Important Measures in Congress. It will doubtless be interrcsting to our rend ers to lctvrn the exact manner in which some of the prominent measures before Congress were disposed of. We give, therefore, a con densed statement of what was done in relation to new Territories and the Homestead Bill. NEW STATES AND TEKUITOME8. The principle feature in the proceedings of the session was the admission into the Union of Oregon, the thirty-third State. The Com mittee on Territories in the House reported back the bill already passed by the Senate and pressed action upon it. The bill for the admission of Oregon came to a vote in the Senate on the 18th of May, 1858, and after much debate and various attempts to postpone the question, it was passeed by a vote of 36 to 16. In the House, after two day3 debate, which was closed by a masterly speech on the part of Mr. Stephens, of Ga., the bill passed by a vote of 114 to 103, thirteen Republicans voting in the affirmative. Oregon was thus admitted ...

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 April 1859

Our Idol. Close tho door ligktly, Bridlo tho breath, Our littlo earth angel Is talking with death ; Gently ho woos her, " Sho wishes to stay, His arms aro about hor " 'Ho bo"ars her away. Music comes floating , ,( yj, ; , , . i Down from tho domo ; ' )' Angels aro chanting , 0 . tr.i Tho sweet welcomo homo." . Couio, strioken weeper llfi jL'vTO 'i Como to tho bod, ' Gaze on tho sleeper Our Idol is dead. Qi -v.- Smooth out tho ringlets, , , Closo tho blue oye ' No wondor such beauty Was claimed in tho sky ; . " Cross tho hands gontly O'er the white breast, So loose a wild spirit, Strayed from tho blest; Bear hor out softly, This Idol of ours ; Lot hor gravo slumbors Bo 'mid tho sweot flowers. Why Should I Love Thee ? "Why should I lovo thco ? Fato'has bid'us sever, And damps our paths of life with many toars. ; Over our hearts a gloom is cast forover And Sorrow shadows o'or our coming years Why should I lovo thoo ? Why should I lovo theo? soon must como a parting, perhaps forovor ful...

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. — 21 April 1859

THE WEEKLY ARIZOMAK Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA, APRIL 21, 1859.. No. 8. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKLY PAPEU, WOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. , terms: , Throe Dollars per annum, in advance. ' RATES OV ADVERTISING : ie Square, of 10 linos, or less, one insertion, $2 00 it t it it uiree tt 4 0Q " " one quartor, 10 00 " " " " " ono year, 30 00 All communications and business lcttors must bo 'dressed to The Arizonian, Tubac, Arizona. The Papago Indians. A few days tigo, Tanacio, grand chief of the apago nation, paid us a parting visit, shaking inds all round, stating that hejiad always jen our friend and would continue so. Over )ine hy such a proof of consideration, we pre mtcd the" distinguished aborigineo with an old id silk sash, which we trust may have a ben icial effect in rendering still more durable ie bonds of amity between the Papngos and hites! The chief also called on other friends, ind received many presents from citizens of this place,. soon after which the Papago camp brok...

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. — 21 April 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUB AO, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1850. Jt33"'io AliviRTlstitsi' Persons 'desiring to iul Vrtio in thit paper, arc requested to send in their f&rors without dolay, addressed to Tug AnizoNUN, Tubac, Avixona. iu2r,SirwiOBiVTioNS must in nil eases bo necoin innied with the caaii. No subscriber's name will aierod upon bur books until adrunco payment ah ben iruulo. The Indian as ho Is. A gfat dual of sorrow and sentiment has been expended Upon the Indian. He is popu larly supposed to be a Very ill-used individual. Ho is believed to weep over the graves of his lathers, and if we may credit the talcs of school books, and uovels, is the author of a great many eloquent and elevated sehtimenU, On bank bills he appears as a benevolent geutleman with a bald head, leaning pensively upon his bow, contemplating, as the supposition is, the en croachment of the' "pale faces" upon his hunt ing grounds ? So.wesee.hjm in pictures and htatues, the same conventional Indian, invested with a s...

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. — 21 April 1859

Tho Route to Sonora. Waxiuli. of tiie Soxoua Route, connecting Guaymas with the Overland Mail Station, at Tucson, New Mexico. From Tucson, population GOO; to San Xavier Smiles; population, 300 ; Santa Cruz stream; old Papago Mission. To Punta de Agua,2 1-2 miles; total miles, 11 1-2: population, 5 j Santa Cruz stream, ha cienda of San Xavier Mining Co. , To La Canoa, 29 1-4 miles; total miles, 33 3-4; population, 16; Santa Cruz stream, Santa Rita Lumber Depot. ToTubac, 15 3-4 nvles; total miles, 49 1-2; population, 150; Santa Cruz itream; head quarters of tho Sonora Exploring and Mining Company. To Tomacacan, 3 1-4 milei ; total miles, 52 3-4: population, 30; Santa Cruz stream, old Mission. ToCalabazas, Rancho owned by Gen. Gan dara: 11 3-4 miles; total miles, 64 1-2, popula tion, 10; Santa Cruz stream. To Mexican boundary, 10 miles, total miles 74 1-2 ; population, 0, dry at times ; Monument at the Nojales Rancho. To Agua Sarca, 13 miles; total miles, 87 1-2; population, 0 ; Spring...

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. — 21 April 1859

- THE ARIZONIAN. Moonlight Musings. "When day is declining, and calmly and still, Tho bright moon is shining o'er valluy and hilt, WUon music seems floating from earth to the sky, Will mem'ry bo tloating on sconos long gone by. When loved forms como stoaling in throngs to the heart , "And the warm tears of fooling unbiddon will start, i'or the loves wo have cherished are faded away, Aud nvtwt hopes have perished with life's summer day. . kv i ' ' - Why sigh for tho gloaming of lights past and Koni! . , , While bright ones are beaming to cheer our way on ? , . . , JTor tho loved onos dopartod let tcar3 our eyes All, While wo bless tho true-hoartod that cling to us still. Bant Rita, April 15, 1859. Would I were with thee Forever. By Q. II. Ringgold, U. S. A.. Oh would I were with thoo forever, ' ' ' . Oh, would lhat wo never might part ; That the joys which now thrill mo might over Till up every voin of my heart. ,. . . I have travolod the fairy world over, I have tasted full many a b...

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. — 28 April 1859

THE WEEKLY ARIZOMAN. "Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA. APRIL 28, 1859. No. '9. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKLY PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS Otf ARIZONA. terms: Thrco Dollnra per annum, in advance. RATES OP advertising: One Square, of 10 linos, or loss, ono insortion, $2 00 u tt tt it tt thrco " 4 00 " " " " " ono quarter, 10 00 " " " " ono year, 30 00 All communications anil business letters must bo addressed to The Arizonian, Tubae, Arizona. men in time of peace, and 1200 men in time of tain this a company of 20 men is now formed, war, Austria could easily match the 072,000 , which is every day increasing, for the purpose men the "Constitutionnel" boasts France coulcUof prospecting the Pinal mountains. bring into the field with 085,000 men. The French Emperor, well aware of the power of the foe he is about to encounter, is making gigantic preparations. All soldiers absent on leave have been called to their posts," and a new levy of 87,000 recruits has been or dered. Great numbers of cava...

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. — 28 April 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THUKSDAY, APRIL 28, 1859. jjtiGPTo Advkhtiseiis, Persons doiiring to ad vertise in this paper, aro requested to send in their favors without delay, addressed to Thk AiuzoNlAN, Tubac, Arizona. SSinacntrTiOs must in all casos bo accom panied with ths cash. No subscriber's nnmo will be entered npon our books until advance payment has been made. ' Bad Policy. The ill effects of the policy adopted by our government towards the Apaches, are begin ning to tell upon the people of this Territory. "We make treaties with the Indians to protect ourselves, and at .the same time allow them to plunder our neighbors across the line, which they do to an extent almost beyond belief. The whole Stale of Sonora is ravaged by marauding bands of Apaches, who find safe retreat, and often a market, for their bootv, in Arizona Ter ritory. It is, in fact, nothing more nor less than legalized piracy upon a weak and defenceless State, encouraged and abetted by the United States government;...

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. — 28 April 1859

Distances from tho tovii of Tubac, Ari zona. ,,, -Mr. Ehronborg furnishes us with another Tn 'ble, vhich will bo found extremely vulimblo for ' " reference, thing an nceomplidheJ civil otigi . ,neer, his e3timtUe3 of distances tiro very nccu "rate: 'AM, THE MIKES IN Ol'KR.VrtOX IN ARIZONA. From Tubac to Santa Rita mines, 10 miles; , isilver; opened in 183G; place of forming, Com . pany, Cincinnati; owned by the Santa Rita Min . -ing Company. . To Sopori, 11 miles; silver; opened in 185G; place of forming Company, Arizona; owned and opened by Mr. Douglass. ' To San Xavier, 35 miles; silver; opened in " 185G; place of forming Company, San Fran--cisco; owned by Mr. Schuchard, and others. To Patagonia, 48 miles; silver; opened in ' 1858; place of forming Company, Arizona; " '' owned by Capt. Ewell and others, j, . To Trench mine, 46 miles; silver; opened in 1858; place of forming Company, Arizona; .j owned by Col. Titus and others. To Cahuabi, 75 miles; silver; opened in 1858; place of ...

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. — 28 April 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. The Old Veteran. SJ '12 15. 'Twas on a Sabbath morn, Tho bolls had chimed for 'church : r" Tho young and gay woro gathering Around tho rustic poroh ; Thoro canio an agod man, '' -In a soldier's garb was ho, And gazing on tho group, ho said Do nono remember mo? 0, do nono ro mcmbcrmo? , Tho veteran had forgot, ! Ills frionds were changed and gone, Tho faces all around him then, As children, ho know nono: ; Ho pointed to iho spot l . , Whoro his dwelling usodtobo, Andgavo his namo, and smiling said Yeu'll now rcmombor mo ' 0, you'll now remember mo. Alas ! nono know him then, 1 ' ' lie pointed to a stono, On whioh tho namo ho boro was traced, A namo to them unknown, ( 'Twas then the old man wopt, I'm friendless, now, said he, Whoro I had many frionds in youth Not ono remembers mo? 0, not ono ro mombcrs mo 1 t Av. lbs. Troy ounces. Fine. 1000 14583.333 1000 900 13125.000 900 800 11666.GGG 800 700 10208.333 700 GOO 87GO.O0O 600 ' 500 - 7291.GG6 500 400 5833.333 400 300 , ...

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 May 1859

-THE WEEK Li ABLZONM . n M-:i'?Fi f ,0 Vol.!;1 ' TUBAO,. ARIZONA jM AY 5, 1859. No. 10. if THE ARIZONIAN, A lVEKKliY PAPEK, ; The Mohave Indian?. Not long agd it was reported that S. A. Bish- OF AUrZ.XA. DEVOTED TO THE (3ENEHAL INTERESTS ' P ono' ot" Iiicut- Beillo's employees, had been cut oil. with his psrty, by the Mohave, rah Utah and Yuma Indians. The subjoined let-" ter .shows that at last accounts he was in a dis agreeable' position: , ,'PAji Utah Crkek, Cal., March 21, '59. To Col. Hoffman, or dpt. Barton, or the Coin mau(linj;0ilicer present at the Cuehana Val ley: ' TKRMS: Three Dollnrs por annum, in advance. RATES OK ADVKRTISINCJ: One Square, of 10 lines, or less, one insortion, $2 00 Ifcws Hems. The Baltimore Sun has the following ac-' iount of the execution of four notorious cvim- ials: three " " f " one quarter, " " ' " " " one year, All communications and business letters must bo ttddrosded to Tut; Akizonian, Tubac, Arizona. 4 00 10 00 30 00 European News, Sardinia. T...

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 May 1859

THE AMZONIAK TUBAO, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1859. JcS" To Advi:rtisrrs. Persons desiring to ad rcrtiso in this paper, aro requested to send in their favors without dolay, addressed to Tun Amzokiak, Tubac, Arizona. jjJ-S'iiscnti'TioNS must in all cases bo acom- Canicd with "the cash. No subscriber's namo will o entered upon our books until advanco payment has boon made Mexican Affairs. Mirnmon, the new champion of tlio Churcli part), proves himself unequal to the task o sustaining a bad and unpopular cause. IT( sems deficient in both administrative and mil, itary ability.' His march upon Vera Cruz, his subsequent disastrous retreat without striking a blow, show.s. that, lie has, neither cpnfidence in himself, hie;friendsjinbr his army, and that the popular tide sets strongly against him. Of all her latter revolutions, Mexico has never witnessed one rti'oro decisive and signifi cant than this. "There 'was never a time when the mass of the people rallied with so rriuch unanimity andvalor;agai...

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 May 1859

Latest News from M xico. The steamship Tennessee, with Vera Cruz dates to the Gth ult, litis arrived at N. Orlenm. The United Stntes Minister, Mr. McLaue, had irecoganized the Juarez government, which oc- casioned much rejoicing. Dates from the city of Mexico are of the 4th ult. On the 2d, Degallado attacked the capital, but was repulsed with the loss of five hundred men. The Church party also sustained a loss of five hundred. Miramon was at Orizaba. There is great reioicimy. A national salute and a military parade took place in honor of Mr. McLaue s recognition ot the Liberal Uov eminent. The Liberals arc surrounding the capital with a force of 13,000 men. They have cut otf the supply of water and provisions. The garrison numbers 0,000 men. Miramon sent 1,000 men to the capital from Orizaba. Juarez's forces are pursuing Miramon. Scnor Mata has received official dispatches confirming the Tennessee's news. He will re turn to Washington in a few days. President Juarez onlv nwaits the ...

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 May 1859

THajAJlIZqNAl!T. S Miefa 'Dream.' ttV t AMI'IIKI.L. Oar An "EblTffftIlfcPliRCtroVsAfi'tbe cld'sc of i.t.,' a m lew of the Sickles tragedy, the editor of the Halt unore Sun ivU: i No m.irried woman can be approached by bugles gans-trnto f-r tho u'sh.'-oloaJ had any man with undue profusions ot trivnUship lo.vorM, , . ' I hut wthun instinctive knowledge oi ins uesijjn. And ' ho aenUnal'itiW-sct tJoii watch in. tho. siiy:, I Not the slightest impropriety,' hot tlie least M- j Ana tho.nainWinnjvtniK on nie gsuutu u o pf vui u, oelicacv in word or deed,' can be thrust upon l ;io weary lo.iJeoii,,an i inur-wuiuiueu to ui. Whim rciMisiiitf'tLiitiiiirUtoainv tial erof fctlaw ' ' T)U'.Mnif IlPC OJ1 L'liai' By ilia ivoii;inuuijot (h it g'-ianin I ilia slain, and armed'. She litis a friend, counsellor ever j. At law u.n:i it tin! mjcit i avvee: vision i.-saw, Ami fhrtl'tnr'tjr the inorumg I dreamt it ng:iin. nJIILDRESS 11TCE, SAN ANTONIO, TEX- AS. - Manufacturers of Saddles nnd Horn Equipments...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
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