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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 11 March 1871

f assy , TUCSON, A, T.. SAIUBMY, itABCH 1L 1871. No9 4 hii ivotedto 1 iic sfgjg 0f Arizona Territory. a verr Saturday at Tucson, A- T. ff 0OOSEK Editor. jeras of Subscription-, 37 n ws-:::::::::::::;::::: 4:00 .-nr. SU . o nn Jlt(,T three months Lo anrh J pSmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising Sates. , ! nPr aauare forthe first insertion U dollar for each subsequent insertion Agency. p. Fisher of San Francisco is tho only au- 2il agent for the Aeizokan, on the i-aoino TO THE PEN. BY P. W. B. I pciat of steel 1 thou parent of a word I hosghbatamite, jetmig&tier man we swora j Lit uVu 1a!e of all thy works unfold, La jionldst with gods reside a ruler bold, teat and crand ; though still of Earth f-;:..Mihouldbere:nov,dfrom worldly dearth. Ltj most powerful ; without thoo War L.i never crlog'd beneath its iron car L oa's pride, or stain'd Earth's sacred field ".!!. ji of fallen heroes shed to shield lists and Inndred from invading foes : h t-.e we traco this worst of human woes...

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 March 1871

t I? iWT, TV MARCH 11.. .1871. TIT??? TOTSTSTTIiY AliTZONAN Jthis6taDtHint,wesay,'that tbe Indian policj lita w AixuiviMLn ofour C0Ternment i th 0(1mrTtnr; or jobbery and imbecility that was over con- are sent out not to kill the Indian, but (o feed the' contractor. That the primal object is not iv uu uamc jvuu we ioe, is eviaenced ny tne fact that there is no selection made of the proper class of men for such service. Indian hunters should be recruiled on the frontier, THAT FREIGHT ROUTE. It is now pr6tty generally accorded by the ttinhiinnta of Southern Arizona, but more lUtM"" especially bv those of Tucson and the im madiato vicinity, that the grandest stroke of policy which remain for them to perfect is to obtain from the Mexican government license to import merchandise by the Gnaymas route. Wu are not aware that there is eren one business man here who is not in favor of harinu this scheme perfected ; and it would ba something strange if not absolutely unac countable were this o...

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 March 1871

I TUo Piraas '""'Llv Vood." Yet they 'ilea tWeres that the govern ha called upon to sup- !,TheseUUmentofFlor ? unsto their reservation has, dor 1 .three years, been subjected to ?Js" Ahani. which r-' ;Jj to go unaoticed, and last ' T .r lei their operations to Phce . ',Vcu!ar as related to us bj the ' that a party of Pima Indians iiflarid upon the farm of one .-j st Ptanis, and drovo oEf twelve '" ." Vh'sh they still retain and refuse s tie'owner. The latter having . . teInaitn agent and elated the cir 'l was assured by that functionary .fos a dJ nothing, as the Indiana were ""-f-aJh'ieoatrol. '", are shrewd enough to obserTo it'apity the ipaches may dopre ' -LXtleMj ani !t is h&rdlja mat . 'j'-sVaarpriEe-savages as they are 'Svt m tbeir strength that they Bhocid ,pt3 tsie advantage of this license, 'in ara well armed and aupplied with :aama3!tion,aud, were thoy to op j a tlia Aaehw, the combined forces f z overran eveiji uviu, oonouivu xj post ia the whole lerntory dea- j.:u ia...

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 March 1871

What I Don't -Know". About Farming. Not by Horace Greeley. In selling stock bj live weight, it is a good plan to feed each one about three pails of water and what other stuff can begot down 'em just before driving on the scales. If the buyer has ever invested much money on 'change he will know what "watered stock" means. In holding the plow I always prefer to hold it in the house, seated in a rocking chair, with my family cluBterad around me. In planting hay, I always plant the longest I can find, as'ahort hay bends a person's back too much in cutting it. In the matter of wheat, I always raise it by the barrel, at a mill not far away, as it saves buying seed plowing, cradling, threshing. I generally raise it on a note. In travelling through the country, I have of ten notisod that farmers do not sufficiently regard the health of their animals. My barn is arranged on a plan of my own. It is open on all sides, so, that no creature may have to stand out in a starm because I am asleep or...

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 March 1871

' : . H ' - ... . - . ., , . ' ' L . Vol- IV- .. i .. ... L . ! ft I- 10 mail routes the 'delivery o zona pap ritory rarely "rat tb: that cily in order 'to insure Newa t'o it subscrib ers. Ari era directed lb potass' outside-lher- .ch their ' domination. Ana ftue Terms ft! asetcvYt six months.... . whe,n a s;.aj coj .,-.-. . : I . tV .nlW.,.n Tiftft of this postmasters m buuVu... , , . ritory, it io an event to "ba ' noted. . , , One copy for three months.. ale numuurji, eu.i:u ...... n, j riptionBmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance .... j.VU 25 Adreftisinff Hates ; 1 "C1 ! x. . -a n t Tucson . A,, T., . . tbbed-eyery swi-; . .aWER ........EditBb;' Mft?E..lr &,es" complaining that they do not racei their ;u."0;,.cih. as an .instance, or thi3. we may iuoumb ui a,geuueraaa in Uraat Uo. who.abscribed to a Santa Wpapor last No vembar, and although - his paper was mailed regularly ,to his aidr3, he has.receWed bui two copies np to th present time--a period of yearly four montha. Complaints...

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 March 1871

W. THE WEEKLY AMZONAN MARCH 18, ..1871. ANOTHER TBEATY. THE RiTr.Rni)? ID.. r That event toward whic Arizona have beon so long a watching as their only hope the people- o i so anxiously f ultimate peace vte construction consum- A. treaty, we are reliably informed, haa just nc prosperity, haa at lengtJjjeen been concluded at Gamp Grant, between the tod! .The bill authorizing tol juioia oi iub xriutti anu arivapa iriuea oi Apa-1 " "wmoiu nausuuuunental ra:iol) - bai on one siJe and the commanding officer J Marshall, Texas, to San lliego, Cal has be ot tne post on tns otner. xms omcer who but uomB a 'wi saving neen 8lned by the Pres lately came to Arizona and who, consequently, 'dent on the 5th. The bill provides for two haa yat to learn much regarding the character branch roads in addition to th ma;a . , of the Apacho, doubtless thinks he has achiev- tne branch at the eaater extrenk fro W- ft. whTh cr-of March 4th contains a Hat of rannig base, standard n'0?1! of men killed by 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. — 18 March 1871

i joke the street, - ...1871. fill OUll"J Miue3 it 'cfacked UlCo, J - j .t,arWift eondecenaea to UU uiuw.. J...L. Jr" "waste their sweetness on xne . .1,. mnat iovial was Capt. Chas. K . . a. :n;f;ntniv in DroDerly Mowrv who wok iu . - i i tli a event BOmc- CBWumw.fi - , . ... Hat fund to defray the xp.. TTn. in.l fication; and. throu.lt tne cour Dunn, commanding Uamp m - - . . . . tVia piti7dns. lne I frntn Ba'"on ia" a 24-pounder was leimei . . ed V.;.ft0. He V P OTd to the centre of the pricci Run rr" niecH ww-.v . , ,jj i.:. way w - nd . . , i.AmA rttohar2es neramwu i.- nn i- , r).,-n raiuoa n 7a ffnBre a uuuu. o Tl . .. mx au . wav mi"o paj plaza a nrosoects . .... )?ei . i I JS Illnmin.tnd .iinn mi. . -,nninR . nnrntr una umu""-"- iwt icl,u nrl ill the puvr inf town was muB iu "f - c1 Wine visited ft" r . ot town w in B. fomia and .Ience y 'T' "' .TI .M.tf. oTLn & Scott's flour- . . n . i ii i ii i i- i nn kiiik m eenyeara T.i . hing B 0 - m,k"t up ft constant howl, whHe d...

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 March 1871

lnriw...,.,,, . inarsa Urn w 3f I fZV r I J . tasTevening about sis o'clock, aa Mr. Wil- liam Schuryler, an old ana respeclaDlejcitizen of South Park, was leaving his residence 4o go down town, as has been nis usual custom for many years, with the exception of only a fchort interval in the spring of 1850, during; which he was confined to his bed by injuries. fireccivad in attempting to stop -ft runaway horse bjboughtljb3l.g placing hjinwelf directly $ ishouting,. if ha had done.ao even .aSiingle mo ment sooner, must inevitably bava frightened the animal still more instead of checking his- 1.1 1 1. 1 - speea, aitnougn aisasterous enouga to mmseu. as it was, and rendered more by the presence of his wife's mother, who was there and sawathe said occurrence, notwithstanding it is at least " TPiilelTJtth&Vn'ot 'necessarily bo. that she should He v reconnoitering in another direction when inci dents occur, not being vivacious and on'tthe lookout, as a general thing but even tue,,r'e-i ...

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 April 1871

mm . .. T ; xaaitfjMSSP 4 J3 i ' - 3 " . '' . 3- roi.iv-'- gfe jaierests of ArizonaiTeriitoiT. ; priUsaed every Saturday at Tucson, A. T. p. ST. 'DOOSEB ...Editor. Termij of Subscription, Oa Copy, one year r 7,00 09 copv for three months 2 -.00 cBt1b numbers, each gjtacriptionsmuBtbepaiainvanaDiyinaavuuKo TUCSON, A. T.. SAIUEDAt APRIL 1, 1&71- Advertising .Bates.. t dollars per square forthe first insertion i-'I one dollar fcr each subsequent insertion L. P. Fishor cJ San Francisco is tho only au (beritcd agent sfor the Aeizoxan, on the Pacific fBgpsn Whin' BR ANSWER ow jou have asfa r-tasfcostltest Et niado by tli9 handove ? '." ffjman s heart and a womjiu '3 life ial a woman's wonderful love r I) 1 jou know you hare askd foc-tfais priceless A k '.-iiild raight-sskTor a tor '' ;ii ng what otbsrs have aiad to win, thrf reckless dasVbf a boy ? JVoa have written my lesson of duty out taggMah-iil;.- yoo nave vjualioned me ; owjstaud at tho bar ot mj woman cacul UQliLitehell questio...

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 April 1871

t . . $HE WEEKLY AIUZONX!?ntifue to arm Mi feed their makers: and J APRIL 1 A FULL EXPO.jIilON. The policy pursued tow&rd the Apache In dians in Arizona has constituted the topic of rany articles from time to time puolished in the commas of this paper. During the year 2870 tha Abizokan was mailed regularly to all the department in Washington, and hence a fair opportunity wai given tha authoritias to judge of the efficacy of their Indian polioy here. Can it be that Congress and the War Department regard the people of Arizona as a tribe of aemi-barbarous refugees from jus tice, incapable of making a truthful represen tation of the condition of their Territory as McCormick represented U3 in his speech in New Tork some bix year3 ago or has the policy of "retrenchment" caused them to re gard tnis government pecuniarily unable to giro proper protection to citizens ;it home? Or it may be that we barbarians hare failed to express ourselves in a manner to be understood, so we will endeav...

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 April 1871

T ifg W. ft i i l I) T l . JOJ1, TncAL MATTERS of-safety Interviewed ijin.BW""- i3 . Uizei-heM at tl? tela mass e court' sU 0,i,r .... a 9ms a mi'tit ua ' : Protect tbe.nseWes.ia the absence L-siliUrj protection. IV ... . .rot mftmhflrs selected from L.(aotesentltobKnowuii. feetr" were appointed, out of which a utte3of fire were cuqsbu, t.u r"-"--ce, ifflowiiawli there io meet and his vresent -it!iun' ' . thh Initaii question, ana report ' La committee. With full instructions, E lied, the sub-committee started for " ' , C.i,iJn nra. Lea oa tnuar, aim uu i,uiu.j r P i ,.no fr (Ko tinnera! and u their """"" . i restatement ot tneir Business, xuo ' i t ,r.-r,i-;.o if nnn rnndJncr the if nOieJm u c f 1 ,BnWd by thecommitte, of tho nura f IaJiw depredations committed during I r l:, nk:imi !n Halifornia. The .;fB oi u a,, which wa copy trom me repori .committee will best explain the re- ,tae interview : hr committee met Gen, Stoneman on ju ng of the 2 1st inai., ai me uuuac oi loapion. a ...

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 April 1871

l V I n 2RUTHF0L OP SNOW... - .""J rr? e. William EdKEafiioB , . ; Tucson, T Beautiful snow I No, thank you, oh no, I'm not rery sweet upon beautiful snow ; ? For whila the earth's wrapt in its spotless folds, Asa rale, I'm rather a martyr to coidi. Beautiful snow 1 in fact, is all bosh I Crisp, it's a nuisance thawed, it is slosh, Beautiful enow is like beautiful star. Admired by mo only when soon afar. : f . ; - ' - A lnnquque-N. M, No 19 D'ey St;N. Y j . , '4 .... A ii-persons are .?" SBfe'iT t'.u-t Jii'l Mtt- ..' ' .n ore wii . - ""-"un hv ..j- . ISiuon of ih 1 .semni3 can ! sb ,J -3-Tn -. a! r 4o- '" 3 V SB eralGrU.rA17,1- J A Yery Hean Man. (BP, a St - . J f The Golden Era has discovered thatfthej moanait m&n in Cbristsnilom resides in eTu l&re CaBnt.California, and tells, as follows, of the act which has gained him this distinction ; "It seams that his wife died last summer, and no aoonsr had t'ie spirit left its oarthljr taber nacle, than he hurried off ta a neighbor...

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 April 1871

fell SrC rs 'I1;;"4 v ;" TUCSON, A. T:. SADURMt APKIL 8, mi -" tfol. IV. .fT - A?jSi2fAriaoBaTorrJtorji Psl.!i.iti;cTery Saturday at Tucson, A. T. - P, w. tgooaEB 'xP-r Terns of Subscription, 0n Copy, one year : g.JO OiBtopj, six months...... .JD One copy for three months 2.00 s-nle numbers, each """"j MriptionBixraatbepaidinvanablyinadvonce Advertising Estss. Tr dollars per square for the first insertion st ena dollar fcr each snbsequenejiqsertion .-.-Agency. L. P. ?isher of San-franciEdo is tho only .:au- liariitd agent forthc;AEizo:rAN? on thc'-Paoific .i TUB, HAViqS NjBST,. (Sierras,) , Mi. j ET BSCT.ai'iTlU1 We checked our pae the rodroad sharply roundi lag : . - 4f . ! ' We heard t ha troubled flow Of tho dirk olive depths or pines,' 'resounding J A thuosand feotfbsiow : I " ..J -,; j ijj i Abovo the tumult of tho canyon lifted, 5 ' The grey hawk breathless-ftung, . - ,-,-( Or on tu hill a winged suauow united Where furze and tiiorne-brush'-' clung : Or -,7aere, half-way, tho ...

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 April 1871

i THE WEEKLY AREZONAN FALSI ECONOMY. APKIL 1871. TUCSON AND THE RAILROAD, Jiow that the Texas Pacific Railroad Bill has become a law, San Diego la at rest, as the designated terminus ou the Pacific. Not so Tucson, howeror . ihe anxiety of oar town to learn of the passage of this bill was hardly greatar than is the present anxiety to know the section of country through which it will pass on this longitude whether to the north or to the south of Tucson, Indeed this is a question upon the issue of whichreats the future great sei6, or ultimate insignificance of Tucson as a city of Arizona. Should the course of the rail road lie south of this place, sweeping through any of the valleys which lie btween us and the boundary of Mexico, Tucson must not, for many years, aspire to greatness, although the surrounding country may teem with wealth. It is evident that the great city of Arizona ia destined to lie ou or near the longitude of this place, (tho 110th degree), and south of the line of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 8 April 1871

AKIZONAN 1871. .1 VJ n a mail stage arrivou ou rDMa , i.a.n.e. the first An. author whom wo know, and who passed j through Arizona City in 1866 gives tho follow- ing description of that town and its inhabi "Tho principal, and properly speaking, only J gjers. has two active and htnest u r T,o1,a and H. S. Hind.! L. -aunty VrW.ck ticket) dforts made bynn- r'M cerBtoBackthe county tr.asniy F . fc,,lfrnntev. are un- ! vnd cPieToTth. "Memorial and r!" . ... .MfrnrrMa nemetrated by the ..m in the'Territory of Arizona dur 1869 and 1S7S," in pamphlet forin ' ,j torn fian Frauoisoo and aro for dis ... the store of E. N. Fish k Co. Up. Cf J?D oopie3 were sent to tho East, by coring tie week. rrn:-Qarpending- Co.'s agent and ,,ej jtatioaed for the ;Past fix months at ... tirnii?ii town on cun B n inC3t Lfttsev. ' O i - Sin Vranoisco. Many hovo b'je'rnaj w - .uraiss as to what mean uarpeauiU6 " .vj, movement, and tho conclusion arriv- L: centrally adopted is that tho San Fraa- aliiti aro playin...

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 April 1871

SeSSHSp 'HBP" r" 1 IS 2 :a -W htm received tho London Mining Jour nal of February 25th from which wo take the following regarding the rains3 in Arizona aud New Afxieo : ARIZONA MINES. Tfaa celebrated Vulture Mine, which is situ- ted 05. tha Western, or California, side of Ari-: zom. haFbeen offered for sale ia London. Thejj mile hissbeen 'opened to 'a vertical depth;;ofj about 50 feet, but the richest ore has ben shaft . The VnHaro has I jroduc2d as rich gold ore as any mine in Cali-. foraia, but the average yield, rich and poor, does not exceed 5?. or 6?. per ton. There is anf xcUent 40-stamp mill on tUo property, but the orti has to be hauled from the mine to thojj mill, protected by an escort of government troops. The lato Herman Ehrenberg, one of the beitf geologists on tha Pacific slops and a tj conscientious man, considered the Vultnre: merely a deposit and not a true fissure vein.: Work was some timer ajjo discontinued in the lower level, and in the opinicrn of many prac tica...

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 April 1871

ARIZONA : TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, AP1IL 15, 1871- Vol. IV. . m t -rrrTt T i T7 -,ml77T T a hf I , I l n IV , itH-n t lit jlxjv.-.. oiiir Journal, devoledto iie gj of Arizona Territory. . , m vitrei every . . Editor. p. n. Terms of Subscription, .v. one year for three months JO . . nuabers, each ............. l".ptionBmflBtbepaidinvariablyinad7axice Advertising Bates. . dollars per square for the first insertion iae dollar tor eacn auuscHuCU Agency. t, P Fisher of San Francisco ,ia the only au- oriced agent lor me Awiwia, uu IN A QARRBT. BT ELIZABETH A. IlLXX. . j a t.fc .:i.nf ..c? 1Q13 ICU -3 C4 w v. v w J r . . . . . 1 . . . ..j . -. a urn o mta . i. w . r . . 1 1 it-. 1 Mm nrnnlr in cr stair. A sirangeija uun.. - a . ... t , . 1 . Inn room no tidy nou.ewiie.i nana uisiurus , And here, uko some strange presence, ever clings A bome.-ick smell of drTjforgotton herbs Ainuiwo-or a. ot niouiuiriug imngs. Hire stare? of withered roots and loaves repose, P. nci f.rtue lirize.! induvs of...

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 April 1871

THE WEEKLY AllIZMM SENSIBLE PIWoi-BDiMUS, ' Tie preamble and resolutions adopted at c, meeting of tha miners of .Silver City, Granj county, New Mexico, on th 19ih. ult., kowa?r novel they may appear to the general reader, art not the less sensible, and are therefore worthy of due consideration. The first clause of the preamble daclares that the people of Grant county have suffered severely by reason of loss of Hie aud property ot tie handa of the Apaeho; the second, that it" does not seem to be the mtentiou of th Government to protect itl citizenuxm the frontiers; tha third, that the psople are well satisfied that the reserva tion Indians are tko source whence their great est trouble arises, and that the said reserva tioa Indians will aontinua to rob and steal so long a tho present reservation policy contin ues in favor ; and tho fourth, that the Apache Indians are, and have ever been, the foes of civilisation and progress. The preamble, sub stantially as above, is followed by a eer...

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 April 1871

. . - ' !.T"fSKf""m' "", . I "I n i m ' . i-r - - .17 f mt i:l ji iPRlL la-I' 1 1 .. Pl ,h &n Ptdro, on.IhuradEV, and ' .e ..a Vio nnt learned, rj.-.cts name ha- "been recived as we go to 1adj0Jie Jbii oe . 4 nositirc dulness is bnginesr dur ''.. fnnr weeks has kad rather whol flnerce apo ino Ul " ' J n its suburbs. Some eight or ten -.fsricaus. who hdJ baen without for some time, applied . to" Mr. I .1 - 4. .1 - ... A , fnr mens to enable ia w pcuspect H t i cad some 25 miles from. Tuc- ttd a Monday last tsrse ot the party ot' tare ounce ol -?tH IJo!dbi for?' ,-Ati. , in 13WJI i j -'-r JJ washsti from a gulcu at tne biorn- ii .nnnsr had they obtainod tut currencj vhtjstarfsd again for the diggings, with 3 itT itock of provisions and an uncreasid r hands, iaars arc umn-boi-s uian ;:Tmmtrt- party quite ilafficisct foi , f-i'o.ec.v" - " .tnjaias !"rom trfo to ae?an dol- iu 1 Mcb.per dir. jaccsn in tin uirecsiou nas isiuueucsa , , t0 iee': eUewhsre. A partj of ten Aaericwi is about...

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 April 1871

ntferofthe faccT7ancT7b27ii!w peekc of the A'paciie Indian iu the following terms ; Six thoiuand years ago, whan, according to the learned and traveled Dr. Mustipastt, Adam tu repelling, single-handed, theincnrsion3 of the barbarous hordes of western Asia, the A pebc bid attained to a stale of refinement prgiag closely upon the elegant ('JpbAp. jv.," ZUm. P,P 19, 370 ft leq.) fa -Jvely Gjpeek fteryvarda surpassed hip in jjiearts, vheo, stang with envj, the Apa'che lleV td'dis gtp&ttoo, gambled away his self-respect, and . has now fallen so low as to b&come n pension : ex upon the heirs to the virtues of his success ful rival, who have magnanimously burthened themselves with his support, in the style to which bt hat bsen accustemed. Great store of nutritious anno and ammunition is annually forwarded 10 bim United States wagons, and finesdibls clothing on the backs of United States soldiers. Comfortable horses and even intoxicating beevot, are despatched to him by United State...

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