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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 4 February 1871

0 !IK Vol-X v . , TOCS03T. A. T.. SATURDAY, rtBBTftBYJ, 1871,; rtt 3r o, Wnvotedto t iae klSina.Terrltory. !0ie . . ... ; a, v-ei every Saturday at 'uc-,-. -. 'J- P. ,cyir..-.7.7 87,0,0 rrr six montns -&-.u,u , , 1DV I'Jr mvumo ,vu ! cambers, each L X, nt.onsraustbepaidinvariablyinad vance Advertising Bates. t-, e5 iia-iar lor each subsequent insertion Demoralized ParR. 1 From, thq Golden Era. The London Daily New,- har a budget of pi auu.nl and Paris, from THE OLDt MAN'S D RE Ail. ,, f-rono hour of youthful joy ; ve b--k my twentieth sprfrig i .jra'iift laugh a bright-haired boy , , TL.a reign a bearded king. -9 in 'r-'Df let nay Iifo-blood s'.roam f;.n Inyhoed's fount of flame ! re TuS0--e ,::ddy iseling dreaia " . , a!! love and fame. y.j aagel beard the prayer, La .'i, ,'y smiling said : It I jj tnuh thy silveredhu,r, . "jy La.-ty wish hath sped.'', I,' j t'itr? r.o'hing in thy track, ,i, Ts '.id thee ioaiily stay, TT, e the swift -easons hurry back T; CnJ ihn t?i'-.ed-for d...

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. — 4 February 1871

THE WEEKLY AIUZONAN f mS FEBRUARY 4. i871 GLOOMY PROSPECTS IN ARIZONA. We hare a faint recollection of an old pro verb which maintains that troubles, announc es, losses, etc., make it a point to visit men at one and the same time, and also of one which maintains that night is darkest immediately ociuru uaj. cat, it is not our object to mor alize ou either proverb only to view the con dition of Arizona in the light of their teach ings; and while we accord the applicability of u Jl the former, to hope that the application of the Inffai. t ell. ""i "y soon Decome warrantable. The history of the past fifteen years fails to picture a time at which the prospects of the Territory appeared as gloomy as at present. At this time, when from every thicket and monntain pass along our .public hiehw w dreaatui war-cry or hostile savages apprizes the traveler that he is called upon to defend his life, the country is being divested of its pro tective force, protective stations are being a- FromtheSa...

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. — 4 February 1871

HI E i M J" I3 J WEEKLY MATTERS aUzonan TH Pj TUftY 4- " Ft"v rnnAL of Indian depredations along tho I Parties who arrived from FUrence about tho arriV' Mr Hop- . . uto fntnre home. n KiTfin ; v ilia Intends to ma.e- ....... iu a day TrrTSTSSt, left hero btbePialMonntal,l!: P n received this r J JacoDB a vu. -5Srl ii assortment of new goods a 2 . n n:Qn we San Francisco vi J.11 bUUBWUWUW 4 route, no mail from Prescott arrived use woes. ' Mr. Saml. Drachman arrived from Camp Grant on Monday. He Bays that the paymas ter clerk narrowly escaped the consequen ces of a bullet through his head a lew oays i . r.nm Mint, nnst. nrevious to nts departure uui" r- While rambling over tue mesa, auuu. tn miles from Camp Grant, in search of game, he nnnn lw an ambuseade of Indiana, WHO uicu "f"" J , . one of the bullets paasing througn ms nai. Murders by Indians have become so common that people regard a nair-Dreauiu.wi -this character, as a pretty good joks. . . .I.- U AaaarVR thfi fair." bit MNon...

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. — 4 February 1871

t The jVckj Mexican of the lGth tilt. Las a very. t-. j o r able editorial commenting upon the policy pur sued by government with regard to the South ern trans-coutinental railroad project, from which we clip the following paragraph ; If the money expended by government, in tne way or tretgtit lor military supplies, to toy tnotmnoi tae amount expended in keeping up a sandnigjarmy Jore forahft Jrote'ctibn of thoehite mfii neaifu fitstiR luUiadl, or ituelasleaeafs, Mbe$gicn iM afi,good andreaJtaiJiblkeompj&y, he,ioad touIA row uc cvuijjici.cu. im: army mat is now neces, sary here would be withdrawn, the Indians driven back into the wilderness, and prosperiiy 10 mm xerruory ana uie nation would be the result. Eastern jppticians may howl about giving aid in the way of m- ney and laud grants to railroads bat we tell them that the govern ment lti4-- In jt-Uiyr,qjtp- -f -C";r( 1- fughi,niim j "ajnod ,Wi:iFin eastern ? Elnsas", aflasbun and Iowa,) is now almost worthless and no &a f...

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. — 11 February 1871

mm mm -A '1 4. J0t TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1871. IT- No 5 m o..,rlnw at Tucson. A. T. jjOO.VER Editor. vr2J 0f Subscription, i 57,00 - J-,. .... sinn taree monwn Pith - f saCStbepaidinvanablyinadvauce Advertising Bates. Lr-r square forthe first insertion A .MESSAGE. jr ; Fobrbach, a French ofEccr aJ dead imh tho letter, bo- aarieJ Ict'er, , .-',.Vh hand ; 1 . sli message , " !;i I Southern land. j ; memorial , t aU-ea t shed ; ' , yj uo living, e io tho dead, 'ci e gono to battle, '-t o air. ' blessing, . ! -f.5,"r muit be 1" u o be'd it, ng oa tier head a cf t!io living jai 1 - t'ie dead I i. i -, oh, so steady jr 1 wish mo to be so ; ! , . hiL vour uansers ',ia neil never know ; , -mi, God bless you " . 'oa evermore : u ' lueses .eVc.-ieidy ito.e I" t a crannied letter aaa's hand that day, . TijW heirts we-o acning . r away. a 1 'Vng niessjgo ring oaild that sped. i . i.nTig penciled i. -ie io the dead 1 : r am L's Gnsrcr3. j,T ih'm in tho grave - '.'. on, . he eai h...

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. — 11 February 1871

m FEBRUARY 11 1871. LOCAL MATTERS. Kit Carso.y, Colombo y The co-partnership beretlr - ui M ouster, jiiist.i. : i of Alusick, Ciniffetf-bo c5 limitation. Eithor of tie , U?. i oijju iu. uquiuailOn. -u S 4:: J. f T-.-. "It .? TRT? WEEKLY ATITZ01MN I THE TEIHJANTEEEC ROUiE. HARDLY A TUEilE FOR JJfST, we see oy our exctianges that afciil is before v The miseries ol Tans nro uow pretty gen the Mexican Congres.s and now at its third orally regarded by eastern pictorials as a pre t- reading, granting the right of wart to the Te- ty good subject for satire. "Slewed rats," "dbg huantepec route, to transport foreign goods by steak," etc.. sound very funny; and a vood- UIE GOVERNOR AND THE SUPERVISORS, payiug only fire cents duties in transitu. G'iod cut representing dugs, cats, donkeys, etc., Tke country at large is growling at exor- security will be exacted from shippers to pre- slaughtered for market, is quite novel in ilsway. bitant taxation. It has just and well-grounded vent breaking of...

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. — 11 February 1871

r 1IIyaiIZ0jNtajt .1871. SHved from Apache Pass on n Lis way 10 oau ....v.-vw. . .u depatiuro u i ronahas lost a una ineuu, u " .,a rid of an energ ' " Wis career has been most successful ; : i he Territory of many a murderous, and now leaves the field of -;th a clean record whether as a "f .j8rentleman. , t Accident: A dangerous, probably i t konnAnd to a vounff man nam- " . .... t ' '1 a 00 Tuesday. 3wniie cleaning a pisioi , tie muzzle to bear upon his breast, ' .sition discharged it by accident, : entered below the left breast and tneffhere in hiB body, He is still j 'eaih seems inevitable. z Ue'ing the merits of an "article" de c: our table7 last week, we felt an ir .opulse to climb to. the back of our ---suiob we did, and here is the result: I.T. -.icwoll from India's treasure. It , crl from Old Ocean's bed, r"-;rety that can add but to pleasures, teur wrung from heart-broken maiden, .ice from destiny's code, l:Ut With gems richly laden, " cor weapon, nor goad. j placed on our...

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. — 11 February 1871

Or- : 'V- l ! M 4,. r SLANDER.- 'Twas, buta breath- .' And yoi a -vriteinn's iatr nanio Trilled, - And friend once warm grew cold and stilled ; And ) fe was worse than aeath. Oae voaomedword, That struck lis coward poisoned blow In cravened whisper?, hashed and low, And jet the wide world heard. 'Twas bnt ono whispered one That muttered low for very sbauio, Tho thing the slanderer dare not namo, And yet the work was done. A hint so slight, Anil, yet so uvglily in its power, Aliuinan sou! in one short hour, Lies crushed beneath its blight. Cowhiding an Editor. The Leader office was the scene of a lively xanss this forenoon. It was nothing less than a sanguinary combat between the stalwart local of tho Leader, Mr. Covert, and a female soothsayer "doing business'' at .No. 67 Broad way. Mr. Covert, impelled by a stiange ye?rn ing to look into the future, visited the "par lors" of the soothsayer, ind afterwards gave an account of his experiences in the columns of the Leader, The au:cle d...

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. — 18 February 1871

WVVui V DB J&li I 4m TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1871. A R 1 0 N ANj JEEELY AEIZOJSJJS ...snnrnal. devoledto i lie Ksts of Arizona Territory. sed ;eTCry Saturday at Tucson, A. T. If, DOOAEK Editor. T A A r.nT one year 5,uv Lny Six inuutuo v.w- Kforthree months 2.00 IQptionemustbepaidiavariabiyinadvance Advertising Bates. I 0nars per square for the first insertio 1 jje dollar 10- vava auoocm IjlSER LANGUAGE FROM "TRUTHFUL." j Dj I sleep ? Do I dream ? I Dolwonaer anu uouui, . In things what they seem, n. it vition about f eir civilization a failure I Or J3 tao uaucaeiau jiia.jfH . ; I Rich expressions are strong, Tet would feebly iaply sjaa account of a wrong it.. . ..it it . Iif As was worked off on William,, my pardner, t Which hw name it was n. lie came down to the ford ia the very same day tie lottery, drawod ! A J he ays to mo "l'rutbfi,how goes it ? I replie-I, "I t is iar iar, irum jjj "For tkc camp has gono wild 0a this Lottery game And his even beguiled ir:n ni...

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. — 18 February 1871

THE WEEKLY AillZONAIN1! THE KErGIIT ROUTES TO ARIZONA. ed large stores of provisions for the nse of Wo Ofotar? In ... .t ! .1.-. .1 ! IUB eXnCQHIOU. JX VCSStJi mill U. Ul FEBRUARY 18 (871. THE FEDERAL, "RING." tAGAIN. AnlhonjJ Dormaa was tried before Judge Titus offthe District Court, on a charge of "murder in the first degree," and found guilty. The attorney for the defease, after the convic tion of his clieut, believing that he coald obtain evidence in the case which had not been in troduced at the trial, moved for a new trial, which was denied, and the convicted was duly sentenced to be hanged. A petition was then drawn up by two promineut gentlemen, to have the death sentence commuted to imprisonment for life, which was pretty generally signed, and presented to the governor who promptly re fused to commute thosentence. The last hope of the friends of the convicted seemed to have been abandoned at this point, and prepara tions for the execution proceeded to comple tion. A new gal...

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. — 18 February 1871

at. 5 I 'I AlvJ2iUliAl ffBEKLY 18. , .1871. "iOAL HATTERS. Tt . . kr,it b beginning of from laoac . - - . . .t. flffapt ihat the Apacnea -:,i ?n that neicrborhood. 3 .i:.f;." savs our informant, rO Hoi13""' " . j..-, farm there, ''that there 13 eM . . :: fnr thfitn to carry t. ,0rnktlinSr8lut"" 6 h3: - - K 1 1.it. 1J f. r. tfd. ol the nrm o.' Arcmuam i.ft for San Jjranctsco oy iuuuuaj Vr Richard" continues to crowd tho d-documents, !T"1"U . r.- rnP HtrAAt J w f r97iiae of 'Richard" will catch the eye I 1m nn an envelope. No hand is evei Pjl.i,-- ...... r r. i J.J CHI.. ,.j jo haul H rormirom us junureu mm; i.lo.ait Ue3, a SiriMUg luamuuc mo t Din in the rfcht place." I.... nrinpn nnd linuora ever brought 'J TCi 1 country are tho.e oncreu tor saie uy tno ..iiidoblising Fried: .i'.x yea" old think of it 1 -ea Seal Champagne buy i t J - . Cliqtiot Ponsardin drink it I ;i:eho? Bitters usoit 1 use it! I .11 rc7 inperior flavor of tho coffoo servod at --erciia IIouso is owing to tho manne...

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. — 18 February 1871

The Biggost'Hog in Eew York. From the New York Sun of Jan. 3d. The porter of leading strip chandler in the routine of his duties.'oua day laat week, called at the tradesmen's National bank, at Reade and Broadway. As he passed oat he noticed a piece of yellow paper in the half melting anow, which had been trampled by man? feet. He picked it up, and seeing that it was a check of some short, slipped into his overcoat pocket, to be examined at leisure. It turned outtoba a gold check for $230 with the in dorsement of . The next day when he visited the Bank he showed the paper to the receiving clerk, who at once identified it as the property of . ''That's the owner" Eaid he, pointing to a gentleman who was just pas sing through the swinging doors ; "run afier him and give it to him." Before tho finder could reach the loser, the latter had entered his own office. The porter told his story and handed over the check, expecting perhaps a reward, but cer tainly at the least to be thanked. Mi. ...

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. — 25 February 1871

1 TUCSON, A. T.. SAITJEMY, 1871 No 7 ' " B rTr7.n.r a 7tf rUV 1YJ!'U-U-1- ..... mnrnal. devoledtolise Wclt:L nf Arizona Territory. inters . .run Saturday at 1 ucson, a. -n J" Terms of Subscription, S7 nn Mf... ........... viiy -v vu"ThV 84ioo rx si rt ; fur three montns unph ....... ',tionSJnusiut;p'"u""i'""v'" 2,00 25 Advertising Eates. nor sauare for the first insertion i.n a-- nnoh subseauent insertion '.ue aou u " Agency. Fisher of San Prancisco is .the -pnlyj jau- ,a ;.nt fortho AEizexA':&,bn 'tho pacific SMOKING SONG. .VP away, like tlie fountain's spray, i :e suo'-v-whita plume of a maiden. .smoke-wreaths rise to the star-lit ski.e3 i, ;b bliasfui fragrance laden. , : Chorus. ,. t smoke away, till a golden ray .aap the dawn of.' the morrow,; tt t j-eriui ciaar, like a shield wilt bar ;iio blows of care and sorrow. ;ii leat burns bright, like the gems of light 1 at lbat m the braids or beanty, 1k1 nivei each heart for the hero's part, );i ilw Sjautenplajin of duty. jl tis ...

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. — 25 February 1871

WOTT WVMY l.Y Mi T7.fl N A AT ; THAT'S BEHINDTHE SCENES ? AJJ.JU F f ,1 IJ I IV IIJ. AAX.VA.JLi V II ill! FEBRUARY 25 i 1871. THE RAILROAD. It would now seem pretty sale to conclude , that the Thirty-Second Porallel R. R, Bill will pass Congress at thu session, but with this "proviso :'that no subsidy will bo granted to any connecting line the grants ofland applying onlylo the main trunk road. A rery liberal franchise has already beeu granted by the Central Government of Mexico, for a railroad between Guaymas, on the Gnlf of California, and the boundary line of Arizona. There will therefore remain to conuecf the main trunk road with this branch, which will give us an outlet oq tho Gulf, a distance of 60 or 70 miles. We think that when the time for action ahull have arrived there will be found in Southern Atizona sufficient enterprise to fill this gap, from the main trunk to the Mexican boundary line. It is not improbable that the main road may passjthrouffh Tucson, and by the exerci...

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. — 25 February 1871

0 Ik LOCAL HATTERS nn in tho Pinal moun- Z week received a visit frpm a delega- o.,mn'fl ''harmless" childien r(i"f' "3l .,'( A picket rope was extended at a "' " 'r.K.-.nt 200 vard3 from the camp, to : 47 males ware seeured. The noble den " f the stream and mountain sneaked in tt tne said rope, pcrrormeu au upci- -,.2 the same by tue aid ot ms scaiping ':3"C,i then enacted a diabolical outrage f, A-1 . a ia ttc Unileaaiaiea, ay uvuiug L8 mules. It willl be readily observed L8sh the A'paches arest"ct,7 ,?harm'' " tfcey have stl11 an unconquerable weak 3 fcr stealing telling lies, and sportively f.nt ballets and arrows into the bodies of Tl 1 n, Phelps, U. S. Marshall for Arizona, jeftTicson some seven weeks since, ostensibly ' ' 8 pleasure trip to Sonora, leaving a brief- i . i.wverin charge of his room and ettects. pjjort cow ha3 it that the Marshall has takeu Fraasb leave" with somo twelve thousand "jr of ovewment funds iu his possession ; tsi a3 he is now overdue by some two week...

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. — 25 February 1871

SOMETHING NEW TO TELL YOU. ........ - - - - - -.- . jpT 1.nA Amaflitnrr nam I r f nltf trnrT - ' Were il certain you would ikeep.. , Everv word Jutter, And not tell it in your sleep. I have something new to tell you, When the breezes kissed the plain Do you promise that your bosom Will not throb with bitter pain ? I have something new to tell you Did I know yougzished to hear ; Something Very new to tell you ; ' But I'm running o'er with fear; I have something new to tellyou " Of a darling little pet, With tho very sunniest brow and But I fear to tell you yet. I have something new to tell you, Something while your .gentle eyes; 16 ' Look so sweetly down upon me In their beautuul surprise. V; I hare something new to tell you, Were Icertaiu you would be E'or the sweet little angel That you've ever been to me. I have something new to tell you, But the secret slept so long, That I fear I have forgot it In the ardor.of my song. SS?The ''point" is in italic. The Southern Pacific Railroad ...

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. — 4 March 1871

, iLJill I imwiKiwBWwni mini wwnw iw m wj--rjt '-i-' ' 1 . , lK trl TV. . i. -. - JL W VWWJLU - I WlJ.AUAV.VJiXJ JJJi.JL.Jl. VZ-iJ. ? JUI1' -L iO 191 I ! rf efe!y journal, dcvoledto jie KfS of Arizona Territory. cvery Saturday at Tucson, A. T. - & 0OO3BS Editor. Terms of Subscription, rixmoniM..... v- wcopjfthree montns i;-ie annuers, eacn ............. ptionsmustbepaidinvanablyinadvance Advertising Bates. I . 1 1 r- ncf inoa-f inn fc. . dollars per .4uate u" uioiiu.--vu P . i.n..r-. onnli enhnniiRiit. insertion if.CSSCOl""11" ---- Agency. L. F. Pisher of San Francisco is .ho only au- ri2ed agent for the Akizoxax, on the Pacific it'.. THE SUICIDAL OAT.- - i There was a man named Ferguson, He lived on Market street, I He bad a speckled Thomas Cat , Ihat couldn't well be beat ; He'd latch tnors mice and rats and sich. laan forty cat6 could oat. m c.it would come into the room A:.i climb up in a chair, i ihre he'd sitaud fick hujfeelf And purr so awful queer, I- v fcinsoa wouid jel...

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. — 4 March 1871

SSUkmi- THE WEEKLY AillZONAlN1 ilARCH 4, 1871. THE POLITICAL SITOATION. la measure adopted by tha Democracy at the meeting on Monday, the 20th ult, has laid tho foundation of that jgpity in the party which must resulf in success. In -Arizona there is now, no longer, an inter mediate position or retreat for policy men. Renegades can 'no longer remain renegades; they must ether embrace the principles here tofore apostatized by them or proclaim that '.'influenced by policy love of gain at any sacrifice we intend hereafter to remain con verts converts as distiug uished from rene- ' gadoB." But it was determined by the meeting above referred to that no further reference shall be made to the ugly past. That which we require now is harmony. No question can .. arise as to authority upon which this movement has been based, and no such question will arise. The mon elected by the people to a mend their local government and frame now law3- for their protection and guidance are . the same who ha...

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. — 4 March 1871

BUT WEE ARI20NAN .1871. LOCAL r- ,nmnr has been i if.u A Vttiuo - ofS J1U " r .1.- 1, y- iaV the greater pun oi we r' to rais another mining excite. "nitHtotUe Saguaritaasthe seat of ,: Lr mine. We hava not seen able 'teporttoa-goodfoandatioajbut a on Tuesday from Camp Grant on .v ! OMia an""- ... Ho biinzi news of an attack t Green upon an Indian rancheria, l' . Tha Induns ejcapeu, " . ..... with all their amms.la ..vrsasso"" '"iiv"" , t-4 i-u MEiMtim of by tno 1 IfcsnuU auamw...!.-!-- . animals and valuables were taken to . vAUr.V. S. A., assigned to duty in Ari- .ritlfroin the EastonSunday. - if Fish & Co. have jnst received, front frjneisco an immense .Now. The oblisrius Fried. '"' ;nrnri.ihle"tands treat rJcaswmw e ,.6 ci03ing ot every bargain. .. Dpth : One of the musiciuiis R JilG -.4 at the ten-pin alley, named Pass 03, a seatel upon a cumr iimjiug "ia i.tH&tho had been soma ten minutes a eaa .tv fiot; it " J ducoverei. ae juuaeniy was but still retained his instru- ...

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. — 4 March 1871

I Eules For finding the interest on any principal for any number of days. The answer in each case being cents, separate the two right-hand fig ures to express it in dollars and cents. Four Per Cent Multiply the principal by the number of days ; separate right-hand fig nro from product and divide by 9. Five Per Cent Multiply by number of dtiy3 Tand divide by 12. Sis Per Cent Multiply by number of days and divide by 60. j Eifrht Per Cent Multinlv bv number of dnva &nd divide bv 45. j Nine Per Cent Multiply by the number of davs and divide by 40 Ten Per Cent Multiply by number of days and divide by 36, Twelve Per Cent Multiply by .number of days and divide by 30. Fifteen Per Cent Multiply by number of days and divide by 24. Eighteen Per Cent Multiply by number of duvs and divide by 20. Twenty per cent Multiply by number of. days and divide by 18. Twenty-four Per Cent Multiply by number of daya and divide by 15, A. married woman in Kansas who recently eloped with a physician, left t...

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