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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 12 May 1859

i 4-. M ill' TTlir liiJli WEEKLY . A "TkTnrAIITT tT ;ot ftj'f j.VI . " "Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA, MAY 12, 1859. No. 11. AJKlZUJNlAJNv;: 1 THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKLY PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. terms: ' Three Dollars per annum, in advance. HATES OF advertising: One Square, of 10 linos, or less, ono insertion, $2 00 u a u a a tnroo a oo " " " " " ono quarter, 10 00 " " " " " ono year, 30 00 All communications and business lottors must be nddrosed to The Arizoniax, Tubac, Arizona. For the Arixonian. Ths C.ty of Hermosillo. Tha city of Herm-Hillo, par excellence the city and at present the capital of the Mexican State of Sonora, is situated on the right bank of the so-called Rio del Sonorn, about 45 miles from whore that stream is lost in sands and swamps. The nearest point to the Gulf of Cal ifornia is west, close to Tiburon island, distant about GO miles. Along the shores in this di rection none but the Ceres and Tiburon Indi ans are encountered. Southerly, about 10...

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. — 12 May 1859

I THE AEIZONIAN.. v TUBAC, THURSDAY, rfkY 121859 Jt&t To Advertiser's. -PcrSbns desiring to n't ertiae in this paper, nrc requested to send In their faron without tlolay, addressed to The Arizonux, Tubac, Arizona. JrSvBSCRiPTtOHS must in all cases be accom panied with tho cash. No subscriber's name will "".t'e.'entered upon burb'ooks antil adrancd' payment lias been mado. .'" The, lato Massacre. " It is.npw generally known tlirougliout this ' portion of the Territory that an attempt was " recently made by a onnd of lawless men to .drive tho Mexican population from thecoun-, ' try, and several persons were killed on the Son oita,. We are authorized to say that the whole proceeding meets, from a large proportion of the American residents, with severe condemnor 'tion. Wo shall next week publish a full state 1 ment of the outrageous affair, with the names of 'our American population to sustain and guarantee it. Until then we assure all well dis posed Mexicans that they need be under...

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. — 12 May 1859

AH 41 elish 'ddctriiU of " taxation without represen- ti.8"1 5''lt ft copy of these t)rocccsding8 be for warded to Tucson, Tubac, Mess'illa, and Las lx ;TCruze3, and that, a copy also, bq forwarded to v.t;,the,Arizonian, Los Angeles Star, Lot Anjje.lcsj; ? . Vineyard, San Diego fieruld, arid ' Sari I'ran i''' cial-d. Herald, vitu the request that the feame be "" published. Wm. K PUASfc, Chairman. J,,- i T. J. Mastin, Secretary. . fjij Apaches in Sonora. Mf Out- Apiiclic Pass correspondent, in a letter dated the 7th inst,, gives the following account ?rJF"ltie6voment8 of (fie JA'paclVes : . . 8T9(5tieot"thc warriors belonging Apache ' Srar, parly, now jiuSmoramg. returned, and gives vini! a report of tjieir proceedings as, far as Fron-' m teras. Nothing 'of im-orUUico trdngprred until tJjtlfe, morning of.the 27th' of April, when fifty two warriors were detailed to take a- trail that t led by hc town :6f Kronteras' aiil' recOunpljer. !4;They, arrived within a qtuvrter of an mile of th...

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. — 12 May 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. jt&htd y "Der Shoemaker's Poy." Hero is tho best parody of 4 The Mistletoe Bough that Hung onjthe Wall," which we havo ever scehr Dar tacat-choppor hangod on dor vitovashed vail, -Jfor no gustomers comod to dor putchcr'fl sthall ,9tj)or iausago mashecn was no longer In Clay, A'd dor putcher poys all had a holiday. . Mftiarjer shoemaker's poy comod hero to shlido On.dsr door of dor zollar, but shtealcd inside Mit dor choppingmashoon ho peginnod to make free, !JJnd ho cried, " Dora ish nopody looking at mc." .' f, Oh, dor shoemaker's poy I Und, oh, dor shoemaker's poy! .8J0a fly goed ftW0Vf un(j ,jir nJgt comedvoh, f Vender shoemaker vpund dat his poy vas gone; ,. ',' Ho ealled up his vrow, und dor search pegan "- To look fer dor poy, and find him if dey can. Tey seckod tina asked for him at efery door, d i der putcher's, der pakcr'e und groshery shtorc, ' A;t dr lager peer zellar, der shtatlon-houso, But der answer dey gottod vas " Nix cum arous." Oh. dor shoemaker...

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. — 19 May 1859

mVM WVlTf-Dr , THE WEEKLY MIZOMAN Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA, MAY 19, 1859. No. 12; kliT THE ABIZONIAN, A WEHJvL.Y lAlEK, DEVOTED TO THE (rENFERAL INTERESTS OP ARIZONA. terms: Throe Dollar per annum, in advance. IUTKS OP AtlVBRTlStNB: On Square, of 10 linos, or los1?, ono insertion, $2 00 " " " " throo " 4 00 " " " " ' ono quarti-, 10 00 " " " " " 6no year, 33 00 All communication's an I business letters must be addressed to Thk ArttzoxiAs', Tubac, Arizona. Military affairs in Nivr Mexico. We eapy trom tli3 Missouri Dam orat the fol lowing letter from a well kmwii citizen of this Territory, concerning U13 im'ieeile and disgrace ful style in which U13 m'.litary affairs of this de partment luve been m inagad. The writer ap pears to understnu 1 li'd topic, an I wj earnestly hope hij "will g.i o.i. Thjrj is nothing like put ting facts bafore the people. The opinion is rapidly gaining ground that the late, Navajoe war wail a consummate farce in its origin and conduct. This letter gives a tru...

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. — 19 May 1859

Jyi.ii'.l5? sesnsaaRwmr; THE ARI2?ONIAM TUBAC, THURSDAY,, MA& 15, 1859. F SFJKorADVKRTlSEBS. -Persons desiring to ad vortiso in this papor, aro rcquostod to send in their farorrthoijtUalay, addressed to The AntgOKUX, Tubas, Arizona. CSFoHCRtPilOXS must in all eases bo ascom- Eanied with the cash. No subscriber's namo will u entered upon our books unit r'adr unco payment Jil9 boon made; . . T-. ., A Great Outrage. t Jn.anotber column will be found an account ofihemurdcr of Mr. Byrd, by some Mexican peons, who have escaped from the country. It was-a cold-blooded murder, and if the pcrpetra tqr3,cquUbe found', they would receive no mercy from tlie people of this neighborhood. f .This, mar.Ur, toother with the fact that AiE.rican3 have lately been ordered out of IlermoVtllo, in Souora, was the cause of a cruel and uniuatifiablo attack upon some Mexicans, wwA J'l .1 made on Sunday, the 9th instant, by a gang of aQlfscqmtituted regulators, who proceeded up thc'Scnoita valley, and with...

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. — 19 May 1859

CJtpfrlfgUieilfl'o al'pK'nipil ' inatigador c on pai3, y que scutetvlremos a to:lo3 I03, vecino3-y: olJiid)Y on ciialqarcra dtspojieion qua tomen ..para presantar a. el y sua cpmpanorba, n ;la 'jdsticia. , ' ' ,f3 ,. .Quc c3tamo.3 gratlficado3 de saber qho "H Ten' to Cjronsl Rsavcs, Comandantc dc .I?u$rtc B'jclianan,,ha dado (ordenea a la tropa bajo'su m indo para quo prcaten tola asisten-' cla. necesana a,lo3 veeinp3 para Hbrar el pais "lo C3t03 pro?cripto.iy dj uniras conclloa para dar proteoclou-a nuostro. pueblo.... ..!... .. .. . , iJJ"? .c3tq.9jhechQ3 moa , pprmiten . do ,nsc gurar a I03 Mcjtcanos bien dispuestos qno ban dcjado' sua emplejs en csteterritorio do miedo ascr molestados, qUo pueden volvcr con fipjjii ridad y que pueden nscgurar a sus amigo3 en Sonora quo todos I03 Mcjicano3. quo descnn trabajar pueden vgnir aqui con completa scgu ridad, y que tantq,lo3 vecinos com,o las .trppa J'del Gobieruo le3 daran protcccion. Y a los .Sonorenses que 1103 ban estado protfeyeudo...

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. — 19 May 1859

THE ARIZONIAtf. For tbo Arizonian. A Dream of Love. Vri had th? heart-aoho many a timt At tho mro mentlo of a name ,l I've never wovon in my rhyme, Though inspiration from it came ; It is in truth a sacred thing, Life cherished from thU world apart , A dove that never tricJ its wing But loves to no3tle near my heart. ' i ;" J That namo of melody recalls "Her gentle look and winning wayk Whose portrait Imngs oi mera'ryi wall In the fond light of other days : In the dream land of poetry Reclining on its leafy boweM, Her bright eyes in the stars I see, i A I lur swjot samManso in the flowers. Her artless dalianco an 1 her grace, ' ' The joy that lighted up her brow The sweet expression of her face, i ' Her form it stands before me now : And I can fancy thit Ihear ;l Thj woodlan 1 iong she ujoJ to sing, -J' Which stole to my attending oar, ( Liko the firit hirbingcr of spring. ! 1 Itaro'boauty for this earth was hers, '..r.'-",' tAnd,har3 tho purity of heaven, Alono of all her worshiper...

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. — 26 May 1859

THE WEEKLY ATMZOXIAN. Vol. 1. TXJBAC, ARIZONA, M&t M No. 13. TH3 ARIZONIAN,, A IVBBKIiY PAPI3R, , DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL, .INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. t e n m s : Three Dollars per annum, In advance. bites op ArivEimsiXG: Ono Squtiro, of 10 lines, or loss, ono insortion, $2 00 a u u a a thrco a 4 00 " " " " " one quartir, 10 00 " " ' " ono year, 30 00 All communications and business letters must bo kdlrossod to The AbizoXUN, Tubac, Arizona. Tha Quelili, a rare Bird of Sonora. Mr., A. S. Taylor, of Monterey, communicates to lli3 San Francisco Herald a detailed account of a very rare bird, believed to be unknown to naturalists, found in Sonora. Mr. Taylor has (Collected a great variety of information respect ing this singular bird, (whose existence is well authenticated) a portion of which we extract. Mr. Taylor says : From the description of three of our friends we are placed in possession of some curious Ifacts relating to the habits and characteristics !of this rare and stranffe bird...

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. — 26 May 1859

the arizonan;, TUBAC, THURSDAY, MAY; 26, 1&9. flS3"To Advkutiskbs. Persons desiring to nd tertise iu this paper, aro requested to send in tboir favors without delay, addressed to Tk Ahizonuh, Tubae, .Arizona. gr SvnscBirnoNS must in all cases bo accom panied with the cash. No subscriber' namo will be entered upon our books until adranco paymcju has boon made. The Mormons. . Mormonism, in its political aspect, is far from being Bubdued. Notwithstanding the army sent to Utah, and the vast and costly mil itary preparations made by Government to sus tain its authority, those fanatical rebels appear to be a3 pestiferous as ever. All the late ac counts concur that in spite of a full array of Federal officers, backed by nearly three thou sand U. S. troops, there is neither law, nof peace, nor security in Utah Territory. Brig ham Young still maintains his pernicious influ ence oyer the MormOn population, and there is not a shadow of doubt but he counsels and di rects robbery and assassi...

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. — 26 May 1859

PriJm Mexico. On tliolltbi insl, four days after Miramon's defat,Aho reached tic, city of .Meiico. Hp, im mediately attacked DcgoUado, and according to the latest accounts, defeated him. Degolla-do,- although defeated retired in good order, to Tonluca, without being pursued 'by the enemy. The defeat of the Liberals was owing , to bad management and treachery. Their loss was very heavy. After the battle, great outrages were committed by Miramon's troops, especial ly on the persons and property of foreigner. Two Americans were killed, and five, imprison ed without charges of any kind being 'made against them, except the general allegation that they were enemies of the church. Among the non combatants killed, in cold blood, were four surgeons,, engaged in tending the sick, and wounded of both parties. One of these was an Englishman, and the two Ameri cans above alluded to were of the number. It 'is stated that there were priests on the ground encouraging and commanding the infuriated s...

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. — 26 May 1859

sift ffvrn!i THE ARIZONIAN. Our Spirit Friends. Do they not guard us hers ? Do they not whisper in tho evening air ? When we aro mingling at the hour of prayer, Are they not also near? Do thoy not watch our reat? In ploasant dreams are they not over near, To give them tho bright coloring thoy wear, And mako our visions blest 7 Yd, the departod como They gather round us at tho twilight hour ; They whisper by a dovo-liko gentle power, Ohl soek a hotter homo 1 They leavo us not alono, When tho cold, heartless world flies from our sido And pleasure's cup is dashed in sorrow's tido, Tho loved ones aro not gone. Faith whispers thoy are given To guard our stops to lead us whero we stray, To' traca for us their own unclouded way, To endless bliss in heaven. Ode to Iamb. Hind quarters of tho typo of innocence, Whether with peas and mint I must dispense, Or go tho twain blaspheming tho expense And thus enjoy theriin ibo fullest sense That is thoqUeUion. Hear section of young mutton tender foo...

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. — 2 June 1859

THE WEEKLY AKIZOMiN. Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA, JUNE 2, 1859. No. 14. THE ARIZONIAN, A Weekey papeu, DEVOTED TO TUB GENERAL INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. terms: Three Dollars per annum, in advance. rates op advertising: One Square, of 10 linos, or leas, ono Insertion, $2 00 f a , U ii u tnrc0 00 " " " " one quart-sr, 10 00 , " " " " ono year, 30 00 All communications and business letters must be addressed to Tne AnrzoKiAN, Tubae, Arizona. ' Tjie Spanish Empire Passing Away. Iu od ministerinr? a fair hit to the European syinpa thisers with Spain, the Now Orleans Delta dves Trouble of Telegraphers in India. -Tho telegraphers in India make great complaints, not only that the rebel3 cut the wires, but that Various Items. Another of those humbug concerns, styled a " Southern Convention," is soon to assemble at Charleston, South Carolina, where there will be It is quite sugges-j uuder a complete misapprehension, of the ob, 1 the usual display of rant and nonsense concern ject oi me teiegrnpu system,...

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. — 2 June 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THUltSDAY, JUNE 2, 1850. . . ' 57EET To ADYEtiTisRns. Persons ifesiringito ad-'j Teniae iu iui3 pauvt, uiu i jucoiuu ,vu eeiiu iu men favori without delay, widre'jisod toTiiE AntzOMIAJ?, Tubac, Ariiona. ' j7SvnscRirTioK3 must in all cases bo accom panied with the cash. No subsoribor's namo will be tutored upon,our books until adranco paymeju lias bean mndo. Road to Port Lobos. Mr. Zcpeta, an cnterprizing merchant of Al tar, Sdnora, has lately opened a wagon road from Altar to Port Lobos, on the Gulf, and erected a warehouse there. He is now occu pied iu connecting Aliar by wagon road with the' settled portion of Arizona. Should the Mexican government permit the opening of this, port', and allow free transit through the country; Lobos will become the seaport of Ari zona, being distant from Tubac and Tucson about 200 miles. We have no doubt but tho port would be opened, and free transit -guarantied, were proper steps taken hy our govern ment The greater portion, ...

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. — 2 June 1859

Senator Seward yn'tfdd for EuropVon the ,manyftiondB, andimndca .speech .to, thai crowd. John Sherman of Ohiojiid ftalus'Ka ,Gro(w of 'Pennsylvania, aro tbo Republican Acandidatcs -foVSpcakor of' tho next House of Reptcsenta- Mr,., i ..t i -a Jfc'.grcat fire occurred at'tlio lttndhig iti Pitts burg on the" 9th of '.Jday.. TJepfino steamers were burhed, and' several warehouses.: The loss was))very,'beavy. .'. i. !j ' "Thc following field officers' hayo been, detailed fiwulflrrecruitl years fromiioOti1 otWiie k : X ' ' i Major T. J!. Holmes, 8th infantry,, to relieve llaj. A: 'Gady'dt! f ;Miy6r G, jiurbank,'' 1st infantry," to rclieve)C.Ol. R. C. Buchanan, 4th infaniry, pt-Newport bar racks, Kentucky.' ' . Major L. P. Graham, 2d dragoons, to'relieve Col. G.B.Crittenden, mounted rifles, at Car lisle barrackBj.'Pennsylyariia: ' ; The War Deparcmont has issued orders .di recting a careful t'and thorough reconnoisance ito b'e made by the topographical engineers of. thocountry betwee'n :th...

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. — 2 June 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. Goot Olt Eye. If a pody drcats a body, Mit some coot olt rve. Un if a pody dakes his toddy, Zomotimes on dor shly j Or, if zomo vollow rader mellow, Trinks dill ho gets high ; Gainst dor liquor should ho bellow ? No such vool am I. ZlNO Dsn Gonus Efery pody loves his toddy, Prandy, gin or vino ; Every pody has a hobby, Goot olt ryo if mine. Down dor sdrcotl ovdenmcet, Zomo Dcutschtnen on dor shbrco, If vone of dom should shdand dcr droat, It's goot olt ryo for mo ; Of all dor trinks dere's nono I dinks, So goot von one ish dry, Den's noting ven your shberits sinks, Can raiso dom like olt rye. ALL Zino. Efery pody loves his toddy, Prandy, gin or vino ; Efory pody has a hobby, Goot olt ryo is mino. Ven vunds is vlush den off I rush, To Mcntzor's liquor sdorc, But daro I nefcr trinks too much, A quart shust and no more ; Ven on der shbreo happy po, Un in der sdrcot do lie, Den all dor vorld is nix to mo, Ven trinking goot olt rye. Efery pody Zino. Efery body loves his 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. — 9 June 1859

niuO tails (! r THE WEEKLY AEIZONIAN. Vol. 1, TUBAC, ARIZONA, JUNE 9, 1859. No, 15. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKIY PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OP ARIZONA, TERMS Thrae Dollars per annurt, in udvanca. ' RATES 01 ADVERTISING: ,One Stature, of 10 lines r Icfcs, vmo Insertion, $2 00 ' " three " 4 00 " ' " one quarter, 10 00 " " onoyoar, 30 00 , All communications and businoss letters must bo addressed to Tnq ArWonian, Tubao, Arleona. Letter from Henry A. Wise. . Gov. Wise, of Virginia, has recently written a letter of thirty columns length in the Rich mond papers, giving his views upon politics. The following extract, written in the Governor's best style, is a specimen of the document : The fool who says in his heart "there is no God," sees the Frost King shooting his borea lisi lights from the North Pole, and he then looks to the Sun of the Summer solistice that never crosses Cancer's line North, and he says there is a war in the elements of Nature, and Nature herself, he thinks, s...

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. — 9 June 1859

i THE j&KZOTXIAgt.f SjL'o ADVEKTisKns. Persons desiring to ad vertise in thU paper, are rcquostod to send in their j- favours without delay, addressed to Tuc Auizcniak, lA lyuha'c, Arizona. ...jgg Svr.3CRtiTtoK3- nnist-in-all -casosboaccom; panicd'with fh.a cash." Ifb 8ut)3c,rlbor'i namo will ' 'fci-.boentered'upW ou'r'lMks' until 'hdraiico paynifcjtf .kVNS has bn infido., j ,'j , ' ft The ila Exploration. Jf . I XWe have Tecih kindly furnished by Mr. .T. Ill trr. . -ivm isiiT -i i Rsii..i.i tvuus. ohu uuiuu uiiuTiv.ur ua. jiuiursiYiwuii. uiu array., no wa 0110 01 uio oiucsi gion, known and respected by all d, 'his high son3e of honor, and his The' lcSigtny epinm'umcaVioh whiplL we pub ,Jish''thil' weekrpforWice to the Gillf Ex'plJra-. nmil clmrliM? nt'rin1rta rlnctrrn-. eu iu. mis page oi uic Arizomau. i.-:z-4K .4r lo Death of an bid Citizen. ti n-Ji-'Cor.. JiOlfcs "W-DbUQlASB died al his' residence, 1 -Bopori Tranche; oh""Tu osdaytho'7th inst., .aged about : my ! r '..j-., .j....

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. — 9 June 1859

: r.v-.r. .'ws&l .c the Americans, and the few that have made no '.treaty are anxious for one, and appear1 almost as much under its influence as those that are direct parties to it All depends now how Amer icans treat them : if they act kindly, and in all their trading operations act honestly towards fhnrrV fiilririrp tin nhilnn niltUnlnrvi AiA n.tt.il s? .?"?u,PPPr ul-U boell, a:d wo will have no cause to regret the treaty that exists' between us. W. nA ri, From Sonora. . 'A letter from Ures, just received, says JTha political horizon is again, clouded; some .ntrtO ,11 H .iTSLJ.&fi?001'8 Part7 commanded by tho Opata .j - chief, Tanere, from Tonichc, are again in the ,. ,jTHlfield, and augmenting-in number. Tancre's -JITO .Ta: band is said to count 400 strong, fwell clothed f'l!l,. , ?n organized (?) and th6y have become the terror of the State, having been victorious in 'several encounters with the troops of the Gov ernment de facto. Eight days ago they beat the Government ...

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. — 9 June 1859

mmfj'0mtme-w THE ARIZONIAN. iiifi Poetical Celections. There is no hallowed blessing liko affection ; It soothes, it hallows, it subdues, And bringeth down to earth iti nativo heaven j Llfo has naught olse that may supply its plaoo. L. Ei hi 0, for a tongue to curso the slave, ' ' Whose treason liko a' doadly blight. ' Cotncs o'er the councils of the bravo ' ' L And blasts them in their hour of might. MOOBE. , . , , , John HowardPayno, the author of "Sweet Home," . ;,is buried at Tunis. Upon his tombstone is tho fol - lowing inscription : Sure when thy gentle spirit fled ;. '' , To roalms beyond tho azure domo, . i With arms outstretched, God's angol said, "Wclcomo to Heaven, "Homo Sweet Homo." 1 ' : If V "4 Somebody says of Connecticut : Land of bright onions and small ears of corn, Of short but sweetest kind of grass, Whero orory "gal" no matter where she's born, Knows how to make the best of "applo sass." I love theo, and I feel That on the fountain of my hoart a seal Is set, to ...

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