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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 April 1869

HE. WEEKLY m rt V." '.. ' PT: . '.Tucson, A. T., Saturday, 'April 24, 1869. . No:-i71 I VSEF.KLY ARIZOXIAM Yrr.'... ii it j it'll i -" - - - - - - C'- . ... :i b'.Ishcil every atiirdny at Tucsan, A.T Terms of Subscription, , Copy, one e r . , ,. sx " ; v; :.; j.v Tie t-.tl-v t'"i three months ft .1 . nkt.urc I'll ... jffl.sc. iptioiiniust be i aid iivjiriuRlv inad vauee I . I'.. i tint !T-l'l!WlM-tl(lII Uitto 'toi'm- per ni..i- " , ; BSguiie dollar t: each dtiWuuu.e.iil insertion TUK GIN- FIKXD Platt. . , tAKu:' EoTOKMiVs AND CUUX.-EI.0H6 AT LAW T Ji .SON, A. 'I. PJjih "rv 2l1 ISO'J-tt RlHS. It. l.'n W- WII.I.IAHf- JLOSiW' & W 3 B.S.I .Yj?. ,. 'II. WIN'! j"11 b, ought lininv N:v York fr-.-li not " ( litiirK STOCK OK MKItCIIAXniSK, Rf.j olK-iio:r ?""- very ebciip lo, wish. . I.ool at uiii g'.oils ami prices. . . . :. . tf . , '. Jan. 1 ,'t9. , The Gin FLmi 1 e.t li s eyes a'roa I, ami lotik'J ' " o'cr a'M she land. An I ini.ubo.-u S Ins .myri id worshipper . with bir.l; liktfj Un...

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. — 24 April 1869

in n 1 1 ii mi THE WEEKLY ARIZONA N Lsta APRIL 24, 18G9. Says OuWednesday morning twc of the Eight Cavalry passed AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF TUB "ARIZONA." I am. yet a child strange that I should un dertake to write a history of my life: a life of lei than two years; yet i t is necessary that 1 do his, so that when (a few yeare hence) I control and 6hape the destinies of the peo pie, as far as regards their possessions here, tho world may know my origin and receive a hint upon, the value of .persistency. ThuB far I have struggled against and surmounted ob stacks which would never have beeu encoun terod by oue less persevering than myself : I came into existence somowhere about the 15th of June 1867. I well remember how bright and sunny were those early days of my existence. A whole city crowded, around my couch, and hundreds of people grasped my infant form each turning and wiew ing me wiih delight: the city was clamorous in prais ing my beauty and intelligence. But all this happiness was des...

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. — 24 April 1869

mm gED IL2. .... -v303- IT02IAL PARAGRAPHS. u : HEBI5 arc peupiw " Bt u t,.t for itthev renounce '30me IsTeve.s's Train, from Fort Yuma, arrived EvednesdiT,. laden, mm vurujriimaici a ... .1- .1 t. T- SSBatin salons are tailing inrougu uj ( - . i ii.. tti nf "Dp Richardson rp.ea?. ana ieMfres'i vigor in cohsequence. ? IRU not seen tf copy of the rreacotc kHt . .v nV Ma rrn nr( KOrrV aS enlftir a monm. , EfSggct sometimes mrnisncu u mnu ..uo. this town who ,lov .1 . 1.1 nnfl i7 1 Vl fSHFand choose me com uuui, uu um- ttfgcs3 of the prison cell. wittle8EV, said to be insane, and for tastftwo weeks in conGuement, in conse-Ssi-was yesterday morning put aboard tnuS of IL Stevens, an route for Yuma. (IJfroipecls on the Gila are, according fiorfs, very encouraging ; so much so that eSur citizens have moved thither with indention ofspendiug the . summer in the ;'5$mn ofland. The Bcltlemenrof Fior- i';fl?5fiil!v rrowin2 and will, doubtless lonflHe one of the most popujous ( points i aegicrmo...

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. — 24 April 1869

r?SKK2ffiL-.. -T , -JPP, si (iloncra Items. Rnilrr.1ds.i1.4ve ' varied Persia. ' Tlir Chicago river tunnel leaks. Russia ha- 4,2i)0 mile.- of railway. Cfiieajio airns'io be ilre- eitv of tunnels. Iowa and Nebraska have; no public debt. Good paper i rr.a.te' from fIie'Okr:ip;iOU. INrre.ch.ijk, has, been foujid nefcr. pitinha, f Giujinm panic are all, the rajre in Calitoi dim. ' 'I he ' Velocipede b it ' lias made its .ap pearance.. ' : . " '. - .' ' u Se'rVlatii lias eleven, an'd Irelntnl thirteen daiti-s. " Ait Illinois cow; vartjigliirK 1,240 pound, sold for Sl2liv ' 2'; .. . . - Filicide is tbepChicago-wurd" for- kr.Ihnjv d ii.jjliitfr. ' ;... :i . .v-.t-ii - I'hereare. nearly I .'500 convicts in the Stiijr fcing i-n- u. x , Twelve -iVt iff si.ow. oua. level, the past win ter, iii iima,Ja. -v ... , , . . Seventeen thousand men are at. work on the. Suez cat a,l, ;v f. . '-.,.-.. ,Jlfv" - Masachusetts supports 6000' paupers Tind Criminals. -y..,;.- , ... , When the iudin'ment is. we...

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. — 1 May 1869

flSWEEELY AEIZONAlO" Tucson, A. T., Saturday, May j, 1889. HB&L 2. No. .18 1 ?flilv Journal, devoted to tlie lx greats of Arizoiia Territory. r 'i' S,ied ev ery Saturday at Tucson' A,T sE?- EOOXER Editor. Terms oiounscripwuu, .... S7 ftft iWSnt oit months v.v" (ipSg'for three mouths 2 00 , jflelnumbcrs, each gnptionsmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising: Rates. fwoRouar'J per square tor me urouuaeuiuu ndfSiollar for each .subsequent insertion tejLiTT & McCaffrey. ittoSneysand counselors at law jfMr TUCSON, A. T. gfanngly 3d 1809-tf w. INSPIRATION. EWritton for the Examiner bj R. c. n. The poetiights his mystic lamp, At this Promethean flame, Anil, on the magic pagoofsong lie leaves a deathless name, It -fires a Raphael's burning soul, And lights his beaming eye, And,lo 1 the speaking, canvas! glows, With things that never die. Beneath the sculptor's hand, it bids The snowy marble toll Of somo-othoroal land of lovo, Whore forms of beauty .dwell; By it, the sago's lofty mi...

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. — 1 May 1869

mtJT7 Wl R T.V A U 7 .M J fa ffrosaaud urseneace measures. This delegation ALLAH It JJtiiiJUi iiiutiuiUAii " appointed a sub-committee, who hare had MAY 1 1869. numerous interviews wist" President, Sec- ABRAHAM LYON, of Arizona Oily, is rotary of the Interior, Ce T-cssioual Commit our only authorized Agent in Arizona. RAILROADS. - - The Union and Central Pacific Railroad: hare ngw almost arrived at completion and 'imnch activity is being exhibited toward the project of constructing a road over the South era (3oth parallel) route as, also, over de "'Northern route from Superior City, Wis., to Tiiget Sound. " The'experience of the Union Pacific among the snows of the Rocky Mountains last season, "should give wholesome instruction to Northern railroad men who prnpoje to build this North ern road about the 47th narallel, " The report :ofMr. Stewart, in the. Senate, argues that "The ' North Pacific railroad 'wilT acquire for us the . British Possessions.' This, however t 1 tees, and Cong...

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. — 1 May 1869

JYEEKLY ABIZONAN MAY I f k EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS. CirrAix McDougall left Camp Grant on the feist ult., for California. Dn. N, P$ Ricbabdsos baa closed tho "Rich arisen aotel" and is about to leave for Cali fornia. Dr. R's career in Tucson was honest upright and honorable. Really we are sorry to see one of our best Citizens thus about to bic. adieu to Arizona. I bs a letter from Camp Grant we learn that the B .. ; i. ir.fr thnt. not sovfirfll weekB ISCOUting party nuu iw "- f fago has not yet returned. Our informant sup poaes that the party, attar crossing iuc una, proceeded to Camp McDowell, procured a fresh stock of provisions and atarted forth again. :. The new building of Leopold Carrillo, situated i l.ji.i.- i-. fon Main" Street., ' was completes af wee , the second story is constructed ofbnck, and Rivided into two apartments one a large and lommodious hall, and the other a beautifully famished saloon where wines, ice-cream etc,; arc served up. The Eastern (buggy) mail, dtie at 1...

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. — 1 May 1869

m 22S3KS A; Terrible Scene S-ast Agonies oi a ManJOyinsr ofESyilropIiobla. Tho following ia an account of death from hydrophobia, which occurred in Patterson New -fit ' , Jersey: Timothy McCarty, living near, tho junction m the southern part of the city, was the victim. On.Ncw Year's day McCarty ,was hitten on lho linger. by a large black dog which ha owned. The bite seemed a trifling matter and he paid no attention, to it. The dog. however, having made; other attempts at biting was killed by 'some of-the neighbors; who were convinced that he was mad, or,, at all events, thathc was O dangerous animal. Of late,. McCarty began to be considerably disturbed about the bite; he brooded over lit, became actually terrified, lost his Bleep, and in other ways showed that the circumstance was praying on hii-mind, the evil influence being, perhaps, increased by the incautious remarks of friends and" relatives. About 3 o'olock on Saturday morning he' was seized with dreadfu paroxysms, so that it...

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. — 8 May 1869

LY All THE Tucson A. T., Saturday, May 3, 1869. No. 19 WEEK . .r. --r T.mrn nv a VP.I.flf!TPEI)E. I '30D. IfSlY Journal, devoted to the grtllg of Arizona Territory. BSevery Saturday at Tucson, A.T. nnm.EK Editor." HYVfK " I eras of Subscription, on, one yea bis mourns Tnumoers. eucn fiiismustbepaidinvariablyrnadvance $7,00 4.00 '2.00 25 ,'Advertisiiier Rates. " - far- per square for the first insertion dollar tor each subsequent, mseruou 8 mm tmm ' ' Sho saw hiia Ky vxocirEDE, , A. kiting up the road, , And pitty-pai and.pattyipat, . . "Her little heartlet good, . -And so she sobbod to heraelf, "Though fast hi paces be, ' ! lie cannot dust so qriiek' but that. My heart keepH peace with ho, . - f0, vi,vb hi nEy.K teocipxdk I . j Which digs aloug the -street ; , But thai which I do chiefly VIVE Is he who does the" feat. , "I cannot help amoving him; " Nor-he help loving, me j ' ' V.eloeipedestriauation is A. thing that has to bo." " 1A J. EMcCaffkt &McCAFFREY. 5VS AND COUNSELORS '...

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. — 8 May 1869

.7 1 II II B II I I &MB4Kt iii mm THE WEEKLY ABIZDNAN MAY 8 jSo9. ABRAHAM LYON, of Arizona City. is our pzuy cuinorisett Afjcnim Arizona, A REGIMENT OF VOLUNTEERS After repeated interviews with Gen. Sh erman Gen TSawKrisJ aud Gen. Logan (chairman of the committee un Military Affairs, of the House of Representatives) Stid on ununire"ru3ing with them, our delegate, on the 7th ult., intro duccd the following preamble andiresolution in the House of Representativefi. 3Ve quote, from lbs Globe: . . . , "Mr. McCoraiick, of Arizona. I ask unani mous consent to submit the following preamble nnd resolution for consideration at this time: Whereas every natlrings welLauthenticated reports of bold and brutaLoutrages committed by the Iitile Indians of Arizona upon the set tiers. in and travelers through, that Territory, and life aud property are in various districts utterly insecure; and whereas the present .mil itary forpo. there is wholly inadequate to the proper protection of the people, a...

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. — 8 May 1869

ELAA-lj . ducted pre anner in which 'the'1 fight was con- I, JACOBS, 221 $ansqrn$St.,San Francisco. L, M. JACOBS Tncon, A. T MAT .1869. LOCAL MATTERS. a thoroughiJndian- M ! dia.UU.Dd 05 UU. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE j excellent judgment and fighter. ; Bork In Tucson, on the 3d of may, to Mr End Mrs. Kennedy a daughter. iWc would call the attention of onr readers I , TVrrltnrv to the the ad eer- two rifles and' the whistlins of the bullets as ri.itrnprt in fcwv j i . w JCJ r rr .. - V , i . 5.1 H! fit.. fSmentofB F, Rountree, oi juajmas. tney passed nis aeaa, nrsi appriseuim ui , M T) Goodwin recently re- presence ot Anmans. no lmmeuuueiy puweu i . r fW. Onin. the Mexican his revolver and fired among them when tnedtromuuiiju.- . m, ' " j-..4r Wil kms or iuonavrs siawou, iwsomuruKieu 0.v6unday morningjast, MrHutlon, guide nr,-rt Gfcrpf rp , m at Camp Grant, while oh hisway. to, Tucson, OTeet --UCS011, A. T ,n(lui,0,n,f uCTn5'?nn. fthoiifc OFFER .or sale at a great reduction from...

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. — 8 May 1869

ss - - - , - I 1 1 L.ate Eastern ncw. New York, Ap-il 19 Capt Giks of th cKoonr Uzzie Major publishes ar. account! the seizure f the twr paMMitren, bj the Span ihh authorities. He says tTTe "passengers take liH(l,pa.3jorts indue form, n ularl signed by Gen. DuleV; which hud bsen recognized by nil thorities at Calubran, where the vfifigel touche TlieCiipt. formal. r protested" aginst the seizor atthe tin;e declaring inai wie opauisu numw ities would bo held responsible by the United States givernment. Havana, April 12 Tba crew of the Mary Lowell hare been released. They state thU th veel was seized by the Spanish man-of-wa within a mile of the thorp. Tht United. Sthtv Bteanipr Ppnobsrot has arrived here from rh jouth coast ot the island. She was Hkvetl l.j the Kipsie. The authorities here tre well awere of the mivemei ts of the reported expedition under Gen. Sti-edranii. New York, April 13 Washington special Buy it is confidently declared that Grn'ot ha directed a peremptory demand 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. — 15 May 1869

; rT.r.nJL ..i p;a. '3MjM,wB, .T ..-.. r.r Jfj1 : ' Iffi WEEKLY "feglZONM, " Tucson, A. T., SaturdayyMaj 1869. Vol. 2. No. 20 m I HE WEEKLY ARIZOXAX iweclily Journal, devoldl to tlic ibtercsls of Arizona Territory. iLblJslied every Saturday at Tucson, A.T.," JV. DOOXER ,Editok. Terms of Subscription, Copy, one year ....;..............: iHfne coin, six mourns... ic . r... $7,00 $4.00 .2.00 copv for three months fie numbers, each ...... - ai)3cnpiionsmustbepaidiu,TariablyiH advance Advertising Kates. 70 dQllnrs per square for the first insertion one dollar tor nach subsequent insertion , & McCAFFREV. BOKXEYS;AyD COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. auary 2d 1869-tf . v - n. Loiti) w. w. wu.i.iams LORD & WILLI A 91?, HAVING just brought on 'from Xuw T.ork niui KHOICK STOCK OF MERCHANIMSK, foll'iin the same very cheap loi cash. Look at our goods and prices. if Jan. 1 , iD. G. II. OUUY. Attorney a.nd Counselor a Lav Oilius in Court-house IJuililmg- TUCSON, A aujMiG" " IVotlceio Credit...

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. — 15 May 1869

THE WEEKLY- AEJZONAN MAY 15 1869. ABRAHAM LYON, of Arizona City, is our only authorized Agent n Arizona. OF THE APACHE. The Indian troubles in Arizona are of late assuming an aspect very different from that presented during the yeare 18GG and 18G7. In 18GG Indian raids were few but generally sue cessful, while raids upon the Indian had hardly yet begun. In those days the "noble red" doubtless looked upon us as a people striding to extermination, and quite satisfied with ap propriating whatever property ve possessed, did not consider it sound policy to destroy a people whoso largely ministered to his support. This must indeed have been, in substance, the opin ion formed of U3, as instances are known where the Apache, after having captured teams, ''had yet the power but not the will to hurt," and permitted those of the party who survived the combat just decided in his favor, to depart unmolested ; an iustance of this kind oscurred at the time of the Maj. Miller massacre in the spring ...

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. — 15 May 1869

CftSwElEl ABIZONAN well. ' m .1869. LOCAL MATTERS. LEUS,.LLOW-rEEM.VG MAKES VB WONDROCS SsERMrPage, well Knowing mat even .1 Ifccki.owledgeinent maj chaei r a bach Hfjgplaced in our sanctum u 011 oao celebration on Monday last t&ay of some fiftv naked savages IBh paint, and howling like demons " PM:,iK danced around nn Apache scalp '' l Qt:gi from a staff. 'atLODliHlBSDXT last a party of Indians num BafeS ! ten mnH-adeacent upon.aherd of r50 madeardescent upon.a herd of SlSnTto A. Lazard (better known SMEhv'') drove off the herders ana cap ,f Gooi.S55SfeStire herd. Unfortunately there re south Sg Camp Lowell olny sufficient troops Sin the Post so that immediate pursuit U4 be made. But little hope is enter- ggRfrecovcring any of the stock. '""'"iSBKichardion. Hotel will be reopened, othiD fesftbo I7th inst, in the houe of W S lh table will be supplied with the best thefearket ; Lodgers will find comfortable fiflfe- 'lE0 make this men lay deadj.he was therefore undecided vrha1 co....

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. — 15 May 1869

" ILute Eastern Xev?s. - New York, April 22 The Herald's Loadon Special. sajH that London papers .caniineacvery freely on the present Uite of affairs m Cuba. The London OmRitnks'England and Franco would, dedare war if theUuited J3tate3 shpul attmpWo' wrest the -island- from paini The Tribune special from Montreal says that the onier ibr the withdrawal of hritish troops from .Canada in"XTayli3 said by well informed persons ta be kept m suspension tor a while. Considerable excitement prevails in conse quence of a dispatch form London that the United States has demanded at explanation of jhe Mary Lowell affair; this is looked upon as another streak ofwarv Therfrench Canadians contine to leave for the United States, San Francisco, April 22 The new boatd of. Commissioners appointed to examine the Cen tral PaciGc It. R. returned a report that the road is finished to monument statiou, leaving a gap of only G5$6lea 'bebteea Jlie eh'daoflthe two raods, eight hours staging. It is expected 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. — 22 May 1869

' " 1 ' -fifta' t r?-L-'"t aiLLij1..iILlt jj, ..,, .' m. XJlmi'll, i jjimi WEEKLY IIiZOMK THE Vol. 2. No. 21 ID 5), op : I- TV 7? 17 TV AT! Tm V 1 ..... iff ' TflT Kruaz, .Jt f. jll lit "IJC llSlb.i. acd every oa:nrtUy at Tucson, A.T. I V-,V nntdAEK. Editor. Terms oTSubscription, lOm Copy, one year 7,00 meleopy, six months $i.00 Wnggcy for three months 2,00 fnele numbers, each 2o Igcriptionsmustbepnidinvariably in advance ?dollar per square for the first insertion eantayne uouar icr eacu suoaequcm insertion '.sea J. EMcCaffby EY5 AND COUXSELOES AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. tbcC: :nt Court far the First Judicial Du- t".it, Uouni Cf Pima, and ' Territory of 1 Ariz una , 'Atrriterj of Arizona, vs the defenttenls ifJannary 2d lSGO-tf 'OBD W. W. WILLIAM, kG just brought on from New York DICE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, ; the same very cheap for cash, at our goods and prices. Jan. 1 ,'60. G. EH. 08J55!5T, Butornsy and Counselor at Lav Olllio in Court-house Building TUCSON, A. . 'V7 tf AT'S SALO'OH. -i-...

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. — 22 May 1869

I b 1 7 i w THE WEEKLY" AllIZQNAN MAY 22 18CS. ' ABRAHAM LYON, of Arizona City, our only authorized Agent in Arizona. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. We have before referred to the project of the Memphis, El Paso and Pacific R. R. com pany for a railroad across Arizona by the 3 2d parallel. This company was organized before the wur and roceived from the State of Texas a land grant of eight railions of acres of land, much ofwhicb, welearn, is the best in the State. "While other companies are asking from Con gress land grants and subsidies it simply re quests a "right of way" expecting to raise suffi cient fuuJs off its Texas lands to well advance its road. This right of way was granted at the conclusion of the Fortieth or last Congress, but not acted upon by the Senate ; It has also, by more than a two-third vote, been given by the Eouse of the present or Forty-first Congress, this body believing it to be simply justice that an enterprising company should have a fair chance to try what it...

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. — 22 May 1869

pTTEMM AEIZONAN VY 22. .18G9. t-r 1.'., rir r ' LOCAL MATTERS. z-L- -i nr 5t R.dwiRD IS HOW .tumui.iuun.ji w.-. uuf . ... t mtinai lilt: niuv"" 1 T.i. I innrnrn JNOWS lias uesu uiu. w WsSL. n,r tTiat Geo. Bell, a trader among tho SlS lSUnoarthenh of the Colo-a3'SSiver-oported as hissing a few weeks !5JSfeau murdered while travelling t0 Ari" Bonths, returned toiucson on ueuueauo, Tinrimr bis absence, the Uol nau quite a fj,rnnrh the States having accompanied Knnr McCormiek to Washington whore he fefnei for sometime. Col. S. looks as cheer- hippy and as healthy as bis numerous, s can desire. o'o our correspondent at Arizona City, wo ,:jTlamthat our old friend, Col Lewis, with his ",,V - jsEmfele wife, arrived at that place on Sunday xtlastEqlroutq tor tue msi. " omSlfriend and co-profcssioal a pleasant .ninrn if mi r.irlvdav: Ari- luuu u oitit; j j ISti'iot very well afford to part thuo, even Rtc with one of its most willing and able t'dyocates as well as one of its best citizens. HPg...

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. — 22 May 1869

1 I 2M D V I V h (Prom files of the daily Sew al exin a.) Now York, May 4 The Herald's Cuba special states that the revolutionist held a Confess -April 13th at Sherman, over thirfv -representative were present frqm all parts of the island, (je.ii. Cespede3 presided. Resolu tions were adopted which declares the revolu- I if ii Goodwin Adam aJc Dealers-ki general Merchandise TUOSQtf, A. .T. THE WEEKLY RIZ0HAH -3 AVE this day on Hand m1 are constantly receiving, a large stock of aoods selected EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, consisting in part of Drv (3s2a .... .1 n. " JYOIU- . imu UlOininp. H anil Ruu Tl..-. k-f tinry parly fighting for independence from ! l(r,,s,,i ods of all des- m . , -.. - . . -" omuie ana leaner Goods. Belt. Pistol. apant anu anexation to the lulled State?, Mer, Percale cap?, Ac. tfe. which they Jn0' 'IPl'orathey respectfully solicit continuance of public patronage. Jan. l, IS69-tf. General Quesada was neata elected Generalis simo. Delegates were enthusiastic and sang...

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