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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 December 1870

p jgp in DUGSOK, A.'T.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1870, i Q j, T. frjiy Saturday at Tmcson,, -GO.tJSR ..EDifOfL firms cf Subscription, . uar v $T,00 - i 1 .t r u raontns .uu .-. each ' 25 -ist be paid mvariaciyi n advance Anvertisinejiatss. -! Lr i'are for the. first inswtioa rfceach subsequent insertion F A I L A WS CF THE 1'ASSSi) AT THE '0 fcESSlON"' W THE i -FlicST CONGEESS. -,tt ir A Trf V A jV "CUU, ior uis ber diem and milrticrrt n ffhbJSJjX 'aLV-?y4yfff I mjssiouer for the examination of the fi . Hf foaraal, dledtglfto jmilfg of fbe Mmnewt Yafley railroad, in jjJjOt - " "5u m ' mm aiAij'su, u:scfr u:e ap pjii'Ljueui oi lire ocreiary or ma interior, $43440. Frttis amount or as much thereof as may be nece?sary'to pay the aeeotnit of Pardon H. Sibiey forhis per di-m iiid mileage in attend ing the seMou f the bonid of government j(rmissioD3Cf, ,,d tree tans and engineers, as mbledbj Uio Secretary of the Interior at af-oingtbn, fof'the purpose of -establishing a standard fir the Pac...

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 December 1870

-a s" v$-- A" AH ACJT to declare forfeited to tho United States certain lands granted to the State of Louisiana to aid in constructing a railroad therein. B it enacted by the Senae and House of Keprssematives of the United States of Amer ica in Cougress assembled, That all the lands which wore granted by Congress, m the year eighteen hundred and fifty-six, 10 the State of Louisiana, to aid in the construction of the New Orleans Opelusas and Great Western railroad, and which have not been lawfully, disposed of bv the said State under said grant, which has expired by limitation, or by act of Congress since the original grant, are hereby declared forfeited to the United Slates, and these lands shall hereafter be disposed of as other public lands of the United States. Approved, July U, 1870. AN ACT to discontinue the Clarksvil'.e, Ar kansas, land district and the establishment of an additional land district in that State, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the U...

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 December 1870

fEEKjiY A1UZUJNAJN . ' " 1 OTh -rTToc-p 9i 10,u- TTrtTT ivr ATTP.H.S. of prizes at the "Christmas Lot- j a . i.a.nieht at Brichta's saloon. .,The first snow of the seasun put in '3' n..Jw. 4l JarL- llpnVT cJnv ihu dark, heavy -flriBce on i b chbal envelopes tue surrouuumg l Anrt rUc cleared awav JK' . .1 enrntnite ftftllfi J3ei tUe SnUWapi-su 3;, ;it38nd Catarina mountains. The at- .toe continues " r d ..oc.c.TisnED. If any man doubt the r gygry rapresenuauuu msiciuj ,uu jlfter;testing the accommodations r.ir Proposal : The editor (?) of the ...fixed up a card for us, which he pub- rratUl'OUSlV. AUUUoi.6"vl j Uine." w!f and send around your bill t ' 1 1 . nsii nnm A fl! rf , r iii " w " . ; to debts, we win pay yuu 'ul-"""i. : m i - t t ii u ill .' has written you aown a muhio-i" so let it continue ; and thus aided . j .jn:iAltnllipri .rown pen, ours will soon nave you carea Lone of those benevolent institutions I. ,JDUSi;0n Sunday morning, the 18th . .train of Messrs. Tully & O...

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 December 1870

f f i. . - . ANAOTto exUmd the time i. r presenting claims or .additional bounties. .Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of Jbe United States of Amer ica in Congress assembled, That the time for presenting claims for additional bounties graated to ' soldiers by Jbe twelfth and tbir teentli sections of the act of July twenty- eiht eighteeen hundred and sixty-gix, is hereby extended until the expiration of six months after tlie passage of this aot, after which time all claims lor such bounties not presented in due form shall he void; and the fourth section of the act approved March third eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, entitl ed "An act in relation to additional bounties and foe other purposes," is hereby repealed. Approved, July 13, 1870. AN ACT to amend oxipting law relating to iuternarrevenue. Be it enacted by the Senate and house of Representatives of the United States of Amer ica in CongreM assembled, That on aud after the passage of this aet, in addition to...

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. — 31 December 1870

'4 ' -1 Vol. 3. -TUCSOISvA. T.. .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, lO;5 No 51 .. r m H.n.n ii i f nijiyii-xi -ii -1 if.eRir Journal, devoted to I iie h4j every Saturday at Tucson, A. T. f fl'. DOOJSER Editor. Terms oi'Subscription, XT (III .... air moiling ci.uu w ,nr for three mouths 2.00 ,e cnmoers, eacn . . icriptionsmustbepaidinvariablyinadvanee Advertising Rates. ii w r k ... rfrt Or II 31 f PI N 1 llnHIl 1PM L 1 I NHT . Mil LAWS or THE l'ASSCn AT THE FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 'jLtana c nti'igent expenses of the Indian "'i ar'mr- and for fulfilling treaty stipula s with varionr Indian lriben for the year June thirty, eighteen hundred and "Tei!T-oii", md for oilier purposes. !" enictei bv the Senate and House of 'MsaiiUA'ej o''the Unite I 8t:ites of Amer- i ' C -'jre- assembled, That the following t-it n-v itre hereby, appropriated. .t a if ",niAt in thu tr.ti ru nnl ntlihr nai-.-i-Mted for the purpose of paying i .r R'il (;uiitiiienc expanses o'f the ii II A't ii 'tit. and dlfilling treaty sl...

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. — 31 December 1870

For seventh ot fifuen'insialments for the purpose of supplying; the Red Lake band of Chippewas with gilliug;lwine, cotton matter, calieo, line ey, blankets, isheeting, flannels, pro visions, farming tools, and for such others useful articles, and for such other useful pur poses as may be deemed for their best inter ests, per third article supplementary treaty of April 12, 1864, $5,000. For seventh of fifteen instalments for same objects lor Pembina band of Chippewas, per came traaty, $4,000. For seventh of fifteen instalments lor pay of one blacksmith, one physician, who shall fur nish medicine for the sick, one miller, and one fanner per 'fourth article of same treaty, $3, 900. For seventh of fifteen instalments for the purchase of iron and steel, and other articles, 1br blacksinithing purposes, per ame treaty a3 above $1,500. For seventh of fifteen instalments, to be ex pended for carpentering, and other purposes, per same treaty, $1,000. For seventh of fifteen instalments, to def...

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. — 31 December 1870

833 "WEEKLY ARIZONA !JU. 31 .1870. 0CAL MATTEES. &&uo : 0a Saturday, lhe 2'-t,ni 0Br ,,rJsfaiDtoa wnirtot excitement, uy "'ladian ravages at ihree distinct . .... nfiicrhborhood. The first of these 11 (3 -r j tu3 capture from a train, at a point j,.3e-lile Station, of ten mules ; r ,,j that Apaches hud made a descent LA. 3- 1 ....... I Demises of Mr. Allen, and stolen a . ef cattle ana norses; nua ine imru , in,.g in camp, about twn mues L -2 bad been robbed of eleven mules. ar-v-d of rumor too. 1, Lieutenants ,a;; Bu ie, with a party of men, pro- once to the scone of thi reported ani there discovered that the thrill- uii had its origin in the braiu .of a . --. A individual from New Jersey, who i learn that three Indians are easily bible from as many coyotes. Ru- .V 2 proved to be not altogether de- i ., n mtiiui. as a narlv nf Indians rlu! Ej- , j -- iT trpass upon the premises ot Mr. Al- ,u-!v!'g eleven mules past hia ranch hi previous knowledge or consent; 3 via true to t...

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. — 31 December 1870

iJpgftlM , ... rifll - - lux. hi.. ., . --mmG-Mt i'- '. nut-p .. a. MisfltifWiMfeMMMci TAr tills rfmountto bo expended in such goods provisions, aud other articles as the President may from time to time determine, including insurance nnd transportation thereof, in instructing in ag ricultural and mechanical pursuits, .in providing employees, educating .children, procuring niedi cino and medical assistance, care .for and support of the aged, sick, anc infirm, for the helpless Or phans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promotc their civilization, comfort, and improve ment, thirty thonsand dollars, 10 WAS. I Far. iluteret in lieu of investment on fifty -seron thousand five hundred dollars, to the first of July, eighteen hundred and seventy, at five por centum dcr annuuft farjeduatiou or other bonc ficial purposes, under the direction of the Presi dent, per ninth article treaty May seventeenth, eighteen hundred, and fifty-feur, two thousand oight hundred and seventyrfive doll...

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 January 1871

e w m facta- MR , -' " P Tf IP i JUL JJ 'J t.. TUCSON, A. T.. SAIUEDAY, JANUARY 14, 1871. IV- r4) 1 I cirri 01 Ij., 3 I , ,r journal, devotertlo i sse -'"sof Arizona Territory. , ,-ery Saturday at Tucson, A. T. DOOXER Editor. Terms of Subscription, , rear $7,00 ' -.r months -three raonths 2,00 . ".-. f -ach 25 ' mustbepaidinvariablyinadvance AnvArtismer Rates. I , ;ar. per square for the first insertion r, inrfcr each subsequent insertion f F I C I A I LAWS OF THE 'VlTrcll NT AT 1JLS5KD AT TUB t-OXD SESSION OF THE r .TY-FIKST CONGRESS. a tthij impropriations for the cur ' co:in-int expenses of the Indian t 1 f r fulfilling treaty upula . 1. - K ieur Indian tribe for (he year .It.ne thir'v. flicbteou hundred and , r- f HTiMj'Oti9 and for other purposes. . . a.-t'-'l by the Senate and Houss of . . "w of t!ie United Sutcs of iraern as-C'inbied, That the following , iJ tkey are hereby, appropriated, s v .oiu'y in the treasury not other-.-:ted for the purpose of paying . i a;il rontingon...

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 January 1871

For intsreit oa certain stockn and bqnda the tribe untitled to the sane: Provided, filonnnk to tie Chikasaw incompetents one fcnndred dollars. For interest on certaicstoeka r and bonds belonging to the Choctaw 'general fund, thirty, four thousand seven Jiundced and fourteen dol lars and twenty nine cants. For interest on certain stocks and bonds be longing to the Crek orpkaus, six thousand four hundred and twentty-hree dollars aud four teen cents. For interest on certain stocks and bonds be longing to the Delaware general fund, $11, 630. For interest on certain stocks and bonds be longing to the lowaa, $3,340. For interest on certain stocks and bonds be longing to the Kaskaskias, Peoiias, Wens and Piankeshaws, 6,070. For interest on certain stocks and bonds be longing to the Menomouees, nine huudied and fifty dollars. For interest on certain stocks and bonds belonging to the Oitawas ami Chippewas. two hundiftd and eighty-one collars and forty.three cents. For interest on certain slo...

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 January 1871

Srr" TTl V A K I 7.1 I A i V,UUIU pruuaoiy nave, put a stop to all future )) CB, " ' intrigues.- on -th 1871. I w.Kif!:Are hVi ro ,1 Joey actually took oeca- ".V'ett l"e tax-payers of the county ' " . i . t . Jt ( s.b ecuia'ion.ftini tney sueceeueu VBg heir d abolieal purpose, aui 3ll e indulging in a hearty guf- i . : - - I. .. i.. I . , i .i-i una etaMigs above ad the yeurth s jhcre is the whole story in a nut- . . .tnan nrtannprq in tllA rflllll "!'ara r .stieJ wiih digestive organs; ai.d fjssare quit uslul if-uot oriia- . ,rervisora alter stu-lyingtUe uiai- rt-nilndeJ that the riieaiu of perfoi- .... . i iriancitor.s snail oe lurui-neu sum iod aceordinglj advertised for propo j the prisoners. Proposals weie . i f the low8t bidder ofFeiu.tr io Ja , necessary provisions at me raie oi r,ay per man. The- bid was at ,ed und t.ie uece8i!iry"a :agreenieiii .-, ut drawn np. The Sh-riF now -, t'j scene and declared that this njhloi of the principal perquisite ot ,:J iaat he "rould just f...

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 January 1871

9 ftnnebagt). reservation in . Minnesota,, find shoiikf it'be impracticable to make eacn allot . iuent3 within the limits of said reservation on cood, agriculturatlands, then they may be made on any public lands of the United States SUUJGCl 'vu'Ettlc UV. fjlivaic euuy nmiiu urc umic uf Minnesota. And ine said Winnebago in dtans. and all others being members ol said tribe lawlully residing m the. State ot Minne sota. shall hereafter be entitled to receive their pro rata distributive proportion of all an nuitiea in good?, money or property, and any other moneys to which said tribe is or may be entitled under law or treaty now in force, at their homes in Minnesota, the samo us though tiey had removed' west and settled with the western Winnebagoes, Sec. 10. And be it fnriher enacted, That if at any time hereafter any of the said lading ihalj desire to become citizen! of tho" United 'States, they shall mako application to tho Judge of the distriot court of the United States for the distr...

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 January 1871

1 f 3li -r I--, - .T, ,,TTJrOSON, A. f.. SAIUllDAY, JANUARY 21, 1871. No 2 75..' r.1.i,-'-r '' :i ' ' " U-Li. .i i. . ., ff T... a. stts, IT iH; w. rmKLr ARIZONA . ... Tttiimal. dev.olcdlo t nc Jrej!of Arizona Territory. ..t 'I'nf nn-' A. T. I ,4 everj ' n DOOXEIt Editor. Ttmt of Subscription, " v ' , ,nt year ."TT... $7,00 r s.i oontns..... '.t.jrturee months auu 1 each f' Bsmustbepttidinvuriablyiuadvance Advertising Rates. Um per square for the first insertion ,rfr.r each subsequent insertion (,u LAWS of tux SITED STATE S 1USSKD AT TUB LiND SESSION OF THEj STY-FIRST CONGRESS. , JCT mixing appropriations for the naval .ItiiiA thirtieth IUC jv-r v, 1 ---- ,- I.m.Wd and seventy-one, and for . t'lurif-l b? the Senate and House of . ;.: vt-a f the United States ot Atuor-Cinp- assembled. That the following a.. 1 '.key Hie ' hereby, appropriated ai'n: any money in liie treaury - appropriated, for the naval ser ' V- g-.vartiroent for the year endidg 'be : June, -iguteen hundred and sevent...

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 January 1871

r I Hi' w nil I 1 At the navy yard, -Brooklyn, "New'York. For assistant naval constructor, two thousand dollars; draughtsman to naval constructor, $1,400; clerk to naval constructor, inspector of timber, and time clerk, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; second clerk to naval constructor, and clurk of storehouses, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; $10,300. At the navy yard, Philadelphia. For assis tant naval constructor, $2,000; clerk of store houses, one thousand live hundred dollars; inspector of timber, draughtsman for navl constructor, clerk to naval constructor, time -cletk, and superintendent of floatitig dock, at $1,400 each; in all, $10,500. At the navy yard Washington. For assis tant naval constructor, $2,000; clerk of store houses $1,400; inspector of limber, clerk to naval constructor, and time clerk, at $1,200 each; in all, 7,000. At the navy yard, Norfolk. For assistant naval constructor, $2,000; draughtsmai to naval constructor, end clerk of storehouses...

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 January 1871

Jn-P XT f V a l I 7,1 I V A V If jj u iioJX .n - - -133T21. m mmititi ft .1871. Communisated. Tucson, Jan. 19th, 1870. . . Parmit'oie through the columns m -91 - . , ' nomliil rpnrnnpntation 01 ' ' sd proceeding of tho Legislature n " tg this second week of its session " ttti tccomplished either for the hon- J d i&e Territory. I would not wan the honor of any honorable member tut candor compels; me to note cer dmgs. On Thursday of last week ' ,i.i.r chief clerk in the House. The . . .t- r . .iUntcierK was upon iu uiuuuu ui ' 'tia postponeu xui oiuurua.y. uut mo i T ifiaTi fr fli-rivA lfl this. PllStSl WU1BU i -w f tt t Eerd., who was unanimously cfcos , i , and who resigned on Wednesday ..nlAaa tTm rnnann T Hi Pine that ho would not appoint Wasson (jrk? Sucu, 1 ain creuiuiy miorm t-and ho thereby entaiieu tue am " it 4ao ffn0 are tr''nS to cnginecr thi ". ,'jttire. This clique is o mposed o; - a ... j-men, who imagine tnemseives periect i who are only the ignorant satellites o ,...

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 January 1871

in ft Is' 1 QUi jll Jtii f 1ftrf- -.f-a3-g: atrf-rflrfi-? Sec. 3. iAnd 8h it 'jlurllier, enacted' That I from and after the thirteenth day of June. 1870, J annual n v of the officer of the navy in ! - f I .r I.- .-I... II da 'id Irf.llrMVa 1 tne acuve H3t u" - The Admiral, thirteen' thousand dollars. The Vice-Admiral, when at sea, nine thou- I'U'n lmr iintveihi thousand dollar ; on 11111 ' it - -j i leave or waiting orders six thousand dollars. Rear-ndrairals, when at . sea, six thousand dollars, ou shore duiy.Jfive' thousand dollars; on leave or waiting orders four thousand dollars, ' Commodores when -at sea, five thousand dollars; on shore duty four thounand dollars; on leave or waiting orders, three thousand eight hundred dollars. Captains when at sea, four thousand five hnn ired dollars, on shore duty, threethouband dol lars , on leave or Waiting erders, twothousaud eight hundred dollars. Commanders when at sea, three thousand five hundred dollars ; on shore duty, three thousand...

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 January 1871

0! WbblLl AnlZUWAW. 'is 1 0- TUCSON, A: TV. SATUKDAY, JjANUASY 28, 1871, Vol. IV- rf oUlv Journal, devotedto be l nf Ailzoaa Territory. latere- tit I j m j x r. a rn MllsbcIevery - "'auu' nnnrcER Editor. If. " Terms of Subscription, ' .! 'i ::::::::::::::::::::.::: IS ""e0py for three months .' 2.00 lumbers, each ?5 l-SKf'P410 ' Advertising Bates. jur nor sauare forthe first insertion r'.-.nllarfcr each subsequent insertion US.UV. LITTLE BLUNDERS. I hare a cheerful word to-day .My modeat friend, for you, iiril those awkward little things We sometimes say and do ; J,Vcr let a harmless blunder tinge, Your manly cheok with shame ; Yoa'r notalonein such mistake, t For thousands do tho same. Notc, should you woo a lady fair, And think her warm and true, 3at learn some day, to your surprise, The same was all in you ; Then laugh you, too, if others laugh, ' i And crush chagrin and shame ; For greater men than you and I Hare dono-the vory same. Jr should you hope .to charm the town With swe...

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 January 1871

THE WEEKLY AllIZONAN I?1 rV?rs.e of the ,cou,,ry, sectional con- The Committee oa Military aflFaira in the joiucmuuu jS 01 paramounrimportance. ;-rrac- i House have?tigreedto reports bill to provide ttical demonstration, during the past yearhas that every Soldier who. served in the United A SUGGESTION 10 THE PEOPLE. esiaonsueo. ttie lact.that lue cost of transpor tation by way of Guayinas ia less limn half that At this ciisis, when, upon" the recommenda tion of General Stoneman, the removal of the military supply depot from Tucson and thea $)Rudppment of several impoitant military sta tions in Southern Arizona, seem imminent, it behooves the people of this section to take some action that will protect their interest from the general stagnation in business which seems destined to follow. For the past seven or eight years it has been the misfortune of our people to depend, for the greater part, upon transactions with the quartermaster's de partment ; few, if any, transactions or enter...

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 January 1871

ABJZONAN .1871. MATTERS. , ria1 ffnnd and con-i J Tfl i7i will bu nleaaed -'jtztttotW. u,i,i fS4.00 a vear), t,kT MOanl,u 4 ' hji"evrythingnico" lor every toC 0. Brown, agent, Tucson, or tfPfr ,.L-,v. the nubliiher, Denver, . -j ot f! -R. Mnirrv. IS .riling l""uu' w" trip from GuaymM. We hope ne i0..: ;nr of the Quay mas or . is it will make'a saving o at f p0and on all private freigttt Dro t of the Territory """7T777, AToTinaiitentraireovcrn- rarrisoned Guayraas withtwo hundred 'j e!l-beliaved troops'so that a ra- tibaitersby sea is impossible? b1! 1 .flit . .. in mis acuiwu ,.... - an4M T I S n OOF , tarsi event a copiuus ram uh,u. i(ondy evening ana gave meir uciua Mne shower-uatQ... jms mo. 4",feMtacy would Jbe cpnSpIete were it IT' falacious report of Gen. Sloneroan U fair to bring about the early reato wi band's of the Apaches, of their luJsiritli U9 improvements ot nan hides made another raid on Tubao last ,t iilled one man and earned ot several el dollars worth of plunder. T...

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 January 1871

The following by a correspondent of the San Francisco Chrsnicle, will resuscitate among the old inhabitants of Arizona, many recollec tions connected with the career in Arizona, of one of our predecessors ; for this same Pat. Dunn was editor and publisher of theARizoN AK3for two months less or more, some jseven orf ight years 450. Hedid'fnotr-die "in his boots" though, Jnor yet irgSohora, butcom forablyin a bed 'provided for him by kind .friends who induced him to, leave Tucson and accompany them to their home in one of the settlements, that he might not fall on the streets, a victim to an over-doce of the "ard ent:" Early, pioneers of '49 and thevSpring of '50 wjlliremember, with a tear in one'eye, at Dun, aSanta Barbarian, conirere of Jack Powers, cattle and horse dealer. Pat and Jack, both, I believe, terminated their careers "with their boots on" some years ago, in Sonora. Pat es pecially, was distinguished for ''push," and I lemember he pronounced it to rhyme with muph He could...

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