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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 22 April 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONAN. -a tucson; a. t.. sahjbday, apeil 22, mi. K"o 15 Lpkir Journal, devotedto t ke rfercsi4 ' ; ; tfed every Saturday at Tucson, A? i. cIf.lDOOSBU...T.".....i..EDitoB., OP THE Bureau of, Mues . and fllluiug statistics of .j.ii.4 as. Terms of Subscription, 7,00 rmenls, and examinations, ot mines and papers relating to. minss or mining property, which majority of the Board of Directors shall hare first approved, He shall also, in conjunction with the Sec retary or,qther officer, appointed by the Board employ a mining expert; or mining engineer to .examine the locality and raining proDertv andlmake a report thereon, when requested te do so by any party who has caused to be regiB- ,tred in the book kept for that purpose,, any Adopted at a M-eeting pf the Directors held at B i "San Francisco, Mareh 2, 1871. -k ; article r. - - This association shall be known as the Bu- fonr. one year rpan nf ATInoo anil !rimn( Qfotintina nFta "Wo. rtpJ six months J.JO constitntQd h'. nes...

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 April 1871

u 1 ME WEEKLY ABiZOA'AN I HE PA.PAGOS. $ While the peopla of Arizona are untiring in ' Iheirefforts to awaken the government to ft sense of duty with regard to the protection of its citizens againBt the inroads of hostile In- ! diani, we arc not, as Easternjiypocrites sap- j pose, or at least affect to believe, foes of the i Indian raca. Oa thfit contrary, the people pf this frontier, from hairing bad( ample oppor tanity to observe' the different characteristics of the different tribes, have been schooled to discreminate between the worthy and the un worthy dr the aboriginal race, and have never in any instance, presented the various tribes of Arizona Indiana in the same category. Re garding the inate murderous propensities of the Quaker idol, the Apache, the whole conn try should, by this time, be satisfied ; so we will now turn attention to a tribe living in the raidstof those untamable demons, pursuing the arts of peace, and, as an example at industry, worthy of imitation by haad...

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 April 1871

fgTlNDlAN WAS. Massacre oftne San Pedro & Settlers. ,4 Mail Captured. " 1 GRANT. &4 Thirty-two Indians Sillednd two Prisoners, taken by Captain Hooro. A FIGHT WITH CACHISE. j We mentioned last.weekthe circumstance of tli9 murder of Mr. Long, Mr. McKenzie Mr. Chapin aad another,' by Indians, in the valley of the Sin Pedro, on Thursday, the 13th inst. The news of this, calamity arrived at too late an hoar to admit of a record of the particulars, which, however, would have bean unimportant in themselves, it is ujai atate that they, the last members of a thriving community which a few years ago oceiipicvi trie valley of the San Pedro, were crually murdered by In dians : their homes now lie desolate, and the Apaehe holds sway over this entire valley, which, for nearly tan years has bees owned and cultivated by the bravest aud best of Arizona's pioneara. Bat the bloody record of. last week did not end hgre. On Friday morning the uaii fjr tin RtttirWe wis captured by In dians 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. — 22 April 1871

ft v A Remarkable'Spring-: 7 V k". . A correspondent sends the Joarnal of Che-, mistry tho following account of a remarkable spring in Texas ; ''About sixty miles north of Galena, near the town of Liberty, there is a spring, the wa-" ter of which is quite acid, similaiing lemon ade, and those who taste it like it so much, that they drink it almost immoderately. When you' Feel tot it is quite delicious ; and undr any circumstances, whether kofc or cold, the drinking of it promotes perspiration, with no unpleasant effect afterward. The spring has. no apparent outlet or inlet. It is probably, sixty feet across it, and it is covered with a white froth or foam, which on close examina tion appears like cream tartar on a wiue c&jk; It kills injects. Worms and other small, animals that come near and use it,' No fish or other evidence of life it seen within iti watera.'' CASH-" "STORE ! ) . & r,i r -5CJ r,l -f- ; 0 1 34 fe i;..' ads a ii; i 1 1 Fatalism Illustrated. JL Hardshell Bapt...

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. — 29 April 1871

i - - f) mm 1 f C fill . -jMtfey. - .'..ftJ"; , , J3. ',,,',7 M i.i'T".''"' i ii,,.,i.mii .i,n", m , " jPW ' - '"H i . 7oL IV- TUCSON, A. T.. SAfUBJM, APRIL 29, 1871- i w orerv Saturday al2sontiV..T- 9 c::?',r:a':::::::::s:::::::::::: S une cjiv , 9 nn nr ,-v for three months .00 fa c fit numbers, each gijjcriptionsjfiustbepaidinvariablyinadfftnoe Terms of Subscription, The following i8 th&platform which' remov ed "the disgrace" fromthe State of New Hamp shire : 7?r'. o-rao jjwmuerauc party oi . , Advertising Rates. rB9 dollars uer square for the first insertion iri sue dolhvfcr each subsequent insertion Agency. t. v v.ihfit at San Francisco is the only au fnr the-. Arizokan. on tho Pacific V. ' 4oait. ' A SCENTS la th House ef Itspreientativw, March 10, 1871, VhlVS LANGUAGE B? B2JJ BtJTLSR. Which I wish to re mark And my language is plain That lor ways that are dark' And for trick3 that are Tain Our Speaker is peculiar Which the same I would rise to'oxplain, We had a small game...

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. — 29 April 1871

1 I'm- A - ':L.- Si itl WEEKLY ARIZONA?? APJtIL 29 ."..t 1871. VALEDICTORY. 4 Tka custom off publishing a "Valedictory," to mark the timo at which a newspaper ceases to ex ist, or the period at which an editor sovcr his coaseotiou with the journal over which he has prasided, is so rigidly adhered to by the newspaper fraternity that it would almost appear a breach of courtesy, if no&of law, for an editor and publish er to closi up his establishment as though it had been a. "gin mill" or a "whisky shop'' without a word, at parting, to those whom, for years, he has sought to amuse and edify. Holding this view of the mattor, then, and hav ing reached appoint at whish I am fully prepared to bid an affectionate adieu to journalism, at TuMon, nought romains for mt but to conform to oustom, by afow appropriate remarks under this boad : During tho two years that the Akszosak has bcn under my chargo its career has becn ono oontinusd strugglo against pending dissolution. IU former lives, 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. — 29 April 1871

v The people T,nre to long renain !fAtf " , doe. BOt d.n, rjen. oio"" - m rrmnlUOH " r . , u- .-.rdrr arms ,1 itUbjbii oMB- CampApa. 19 Wl i uc.u brou"t iorm iw . wUG ue'j . r5nrT The re- l-ll theo. and the Indian rec Ud" and lead ,1 Camp Apache, and at P . i..r of arms or amuium- 0U .rdevastatioaooaunu... Brtta-U ,. :. nminu ? Until tno peop.e ui ... i i tVincn Indian 'iritorj ball aaTe Dro,i"1, , I i, .lenots-and measures for execution of lsuppiJdP0M :on,.J Wore manr Ithit project in ---a weeks shall nave Pa"""- Lart Sunday was about the moit disagree- ,8 daj of the season, "Storm anu uii ' , stion-r." but on. Sunday last ii( arc uu'- - J . 1 "InrAlV IU VOUr t,a were not, oy u.-, j ;ren('th;,, for a cloud ot dust swept aiong uj , siff ala ii not particularly calculated to jiiro poetry. Again .Lieutenant Cmniog started IB the warpath lisi Wednesday. Tha .tenant believes that hi has discovered a r nest of Apaches, or at least, a retreat hithorto onioved cretn tno au;;" - doai of spe...

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. — 29 April 1871

.1 7 4 j n it .Sis Sopiarkable TideV About ths time of the vernal equinox, at a toSiat soaiwhere soutp ot dJorneo, ths sea com pfwintnces to rise and -expand. A circular swell m tnrswa on, au rauisie tuu asiumsuiDg ra- piJitj, but with constantly decreasing volume, until it haa traversed o ne- quarter of the earth's circuaferenca in every direction. It then be- "ins closing in upon the antipodes of tkein- itial point, and gathering strength tmit nar- no ws" (precisely as it lost it in widening) it comes together with terrific force, piling it self into avast mountain of water, and shoot ing an enormous column upward to tho very clouds. Its subsiding is accompanied with frightful aqueous, atmoaphsric, and probably oloctrical disturbances, the precise n&turo of which, for obvious reasons, has not been de termined. It would be natural to suddosa that the obstacle to this roller' advance th con tiaents. islands asd whales would materially ratardits progress in certain of its parts, ...

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