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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 16 June 1859

" " '.iv.A Li THE WEEK . t t is.) HI Vol. 1. TUBAO, ARIZONA, JUNE 16, 1859. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKLY PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTEREST OP ARIZONA. TERMS: Throe Dollars per annum, in advance. iutes op advertising: On Square, of 10 linos, or less, ono insertion, $2 00 . u it a a tnre0 4 oo " " " " " ono quarter, 10 00 " " " " onoyoar, 30 00 Alt communications and business letters must bo Addressed to The Amzoxiax, Tubac, Arizona. From San Francisco. A friend hands us the following extract from a well known citizen of San Francisco, who has long been identified with the mining inter ests of the country : "Within a few days we have received from the Pacific coast of Mexico, over $1100,000 of silver, the export duties of which must have considerably improved the finances of the Lib eral party. This is a substantial proof that there is something to fight for in those diggings. With the silver came some 40 political exiles' from Mazatlan, of the conservative party, and an order by Pesq...

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. — 16 June 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THURSDAY, J.UME 10, L859. 3fTo Adtertisbhs. Persons desiring to ad vertise in this papor, aro roqueitod to send in their favors without delay, addrpssed to The ArizoiuaN, Tubac, Ariiona. " rSn9onirTio3 must in all caso3 be aseom- ? sated with tho cash. No subscriber's namo will e entered upon our books until adrauco payino)u hm bosu inr.do.- - Minos and Mining. We learn from our Eastern exchanges that ecveral companies arc being formed in New York and other cities, for the purpose of work ing silver mines in Arizona. "Wo also receive many letters from persons in the States, asking for information as to minos and mining in this region. It is proper, therefore, that we should make a few suggestions for the benefit of those who contemplate engaging in silver mining, that they may have some idea of what is need cd.jo insure success. 1st. Capital. Any silver mining company that' calculates to succeed, must have, besides articles' named hereafter, capital in specie, ...

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. — 16 June 1859

, Indian Eight . in Texas. Wc learn from Col Barney, who lias just ar rived from Waco; that Capt. Baylor entered the ?Uppcr Reserve on the 3d mst., with llfty men, Mhad killed fifteen Indians, and then fled. ' ' 'Crtpt. King witti one liundrcd dragoons and one hundred mounted ludiuns, started in pur- iauit in four orfi ve liqura. ' . . The Indians on the, Lower Reserve have qui! -their farms and are encamped in Oapt. Ross's '.yard. Great excitement prevails on ithe frontier, ;a'nd the citizens of the counties are in arras. 'It is believed that the war is now open, and what the issue may be, God only knows. ,; 'A number of citizens df the fronfier counties " 'have sent a petition to Maj. Neighbors, Capt. ,Rosa. and Leeper, -demanding their immediate resignation. - 'The cause for this -summary attack is un known. , Since the publication of 'theiabove, we lmvc ibecn requested byCol. Burney to state that the news was broughtiby one who is a -sympathis er with the Indiana, and that he (C...

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. — 16 June 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. Go it, BoD-TAinl A Bpocimcn of tho genua "HooBier" was found bytGaptnin G., of the steamer Eclipse, in the engine room oMiis boat, while lying at Louis ville, one morning in Juno. Tho 'Captain in quired what ho was doing there. "Have you seen Captain Perry ?" was the re sponse. "I don't know hini( and can't see what' that has to do with you being in my engine rbom," replied" the Captain, angrily. "Hold on, that's just what I was getting at. You see, Capt. Perry and I walked out together. Captain Perry asked me to drink, and so I did ; I knowd I needed a drink or I wouldn't have been so dry. So .Captain Perry and I drank two or three times. Then Captain Perry and I went to a ball, and he was putting in some extra cuts on one toe when I sung out "Go it, Captain Perry, if ycr bust ycr biler 1" . . ' . VWith that a man stops up to me, and sez he, "See here, 'Stranger, you. must leave." "Says I, "What fur must I leave ?'.' "Says he "Your'e making loo much noise." "Says 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. — 23 June 1859

WEEKLY; ABIZONM 0L. 1. TUBAO, ARIZONA; JUNE 23, 1859. No. 17. THE THE A.BIZONIA3NT, A WEEKLY PAPER, (DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL lEfTIERESTS OF ARIZONA. t e n m s : Thrdllar8 per annum, in advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING: 'One Squs.ro, oT'10 lines, or loss, one Insertion, 2 00 u .u i4 it 4i throe " 4 00 " " " one quartet, 10 00 " onoyear, 30 00 All communications and business lettors must bo raddrossed to The Auizonian, Tulmc, Arizona. The City of Guaymas. iFrom an interesting letter written to a "San "Francisco paper some time since, we condense the following sketch, of the city of Guayuaas, 'Sonora: "The entrance to the harbor of Guaymas is :about 200 yards wide, easy of access and with out hidden dangers. The bay is some four miles in length, elbow shaped, and from a huiv; fired yards to a mile in width, of which,' howov er, only a very narrow channel i3 fit for ves sels. Those of twelve feet draught have to an chor about two miles from town. The harbor 'is small, but good, and might be...

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. — 23 June 1859

THE ARIZONIAN.f TUBAC, THURSDAY? JUN23, 1E&9. silver Cfr To ADTKRTI3EI13. Persons doming to ad vertise in thij papor, aro roqttestoJ to send in their favors without delay, addressed to Tne AmzoxuN, Tubas, Arizona.' f 3vnscRirTiotfs. must in. allciuos be. a3om pmtedwlth tbV casin.-" No 'subscriber's namo -will bo ontared upon our books until ,adTanoo paymofa has boen.mado. minesf.and'a population to dovclope (these mines, ls.what she requires. I Arizona as a farming Country. Noticing in various papers from tho States, paragraphs in reference to the abundance and excellent quality of the farming lands of Arizo na,, and-their capacity for settlement,- we feel called upon to state a few. facts in reforencoito the agricultural' fcapacity of this. Territory: "We aro not one of thoao who would by false or un fair.3tatem2nt3.delude people frpm comfortable, hom23 and the attributes of civilization, .into a long and perilous 'journey to a country - whose actual condition i3 so .little kno...

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. — 23 June 1859

Explorixq the Sak Pedro. A party of men frdmTucsOti' lately visiled the Ban Pedro val lcyVcar the Cl'la, for, jiie purpose of looking oiitMb'cations for farms, having been attracted llytho 'favorable reports ia, reference to that re-, gioxil .They'-' had a hard time of it found very littio laud fit for farming purposes, and a very scanty stock of water. In some places the San Pedro had dried up entirely, and in Others there was only a very littio stream of water. Alter, an exploration of several days the party returned to Tucson, worn out and disgusted. Thwator, in ;r(iy.ypa canon ,had disappeared. A.-fcw'Pinal Apaches were seen, but they made no disturbance'; Paririmg' to any extent on the SanPedro wilt be a failure. " '' ' - ' - Purchased prom the Apaches. A, short time since We published an account of ait in cursion.madp by a band of Apaches to Sonora,,in theicourse of which they took prisoners two lit tle Mexican boys, who were brought to Apa che Pass. Hero, one. was bought from...

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. — 23 June 1859

THE AREZONIAN. t- - Poetical Seleotiona. Lot Pftto do her worst, thero are relics of joy Bright droams of the past thai shocannot destroy, That coma in tho night time of sorrow and caro, And bring back tho features that joy used to wear. Long, long bo my henrt with such memories filled, Liko the va3o in whioh roses haro onco boon dis tilled ; You may break, yoa may shatter tho vaso if you will, But tho scent of tho roses will hang round it still. Mooai. ,,, No thief o'orfolt tho halter draw, With goad opinion of tho law. ' Green bo tho turf abovo thee, r. Friond of my better days, . Kone knew theo but to lovo thoo, None namad theo but to praiso. IlAttlCK. Pull many a gom of puro3t ray 'sereno, t '..The dark unfathomod cavos of ocoan bear, Pull many a flower is born to blush unseen, ! And wasto its fragranco on tho desort air. .7 GUAY. jDon't You Do It. When you are offered a trreat bariialn, the value of which you know nothing about, but which you are, to get at half price, ''becaus...

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. — 30 June 1859

f f&t u' J.n ' i -lb'-. .V" i 0 ' "" ' w - ; THE WEEKLI AJHZOMAN; RT Tol. 1, TUJ3AO, ARIZONA JttK E 30, 1859. No. 18. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKIY PAPER, EVQTEB TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS &P ARIZONA. terms: Tkroo "Dollars per annum, in advaiace. RATES, OF ADVERTISING: One Squtre, cf 10 linos, or less, ono inserSon, $2 00 u U u u u trc0 t 4 00 ono quarter, 10 00 " ' eno year, 30 00 All communications and 'business letters innst bo addressed to The Ab!zonia.k, Tubac, Arizona. French Army crossing Mount Cenis. A correspondent of the London Times thus apeaks of the march of tkc Frenc-ln army to wards Austria : On the evening of the 26th I crossed Mount Cenis, where there were reports of the slaugh ter, the previous eveaing, of a large portion of the Sardinian army by the Austrians, and of the rapid advance of the latter upon Turin. These reports were contradicted when I reached Susa, on the morning of the 27 ; indeed, it ap pearsd to be generally doubted whether the" itrians had as yet...

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. — 30 June 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUB AC, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1859. E3 To Advertisers. Persona desiring to ad vertise in this pap or, aro requested to send in their favorsrithout dolay, addressed to Tub Arizo.xian, Tubac, Arizona. gggr SvBacBiPTioss must in all cases be aeeom- Sanicd with the cash. No subscriber's name will a entored upon our books until advance paymqu has been made. Our Position. In another column will bo found the pro ceedings of a meeting held lately at La Mesil- la, for the purpose of nominating a delegate to Congress. We publish the proceedings as re quested, but do not agree with tho action, in several important particulars. We take it for granted, that all good citizens are anxious for the establishment of law, and for such civil authority in Arizona as shall best promote the public interests. Such is certainly our sincere desire, and we therefore propose taking a course that will most speedily and certainly bring about a result so desirable and necessary. It is our candid belie...

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. — 30 June 1859

another, meeting vras at once organized, S. H. Ldthrop, Chairman. ,It was determined to 'electa Justice of tho Peace and a Constable. E. Woodman, C. C. Dodson, and V. Wright son; were appointed tellers of the election. For Justlceof tho Peace, Jas. Caruthers was placed in nomination, and for Constable, N. Van Al atlnc The ballotting then took placo, and . both candidates were elected, each receiving 31 votes, with no opposition. Persons were present from Santa Rita, Sopori, Reventone, ! and Sonoita Valley. A case was immediately brought before the new 'Squire, namely, a Mex ican, charged with stealing from N. B. Appel. The theft being proved, the prisoner was sen tenced to receive 15 lashes, which were duly I administered by the new constable in a prompt and effective manner. Thus, our citizens have at last taken proper steps to guard their prop erty and lives, by punishing those who commit ' crimes. St. John's Day in Tucson. The pious indi. "vidual whose anniversary was celebrated ...

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. — 30 June 1859

( i !! iJ ""THE AMZONIAN. Night. 'J Gently 0 Night ! as falling snpw; O'or closing flowers and waters flow, , flhy Wirfg is cast ; ;?. .fiT And palm and deep thy shadows lio. Witnin tlio past. , . , And now in yon bluo.yault.on.hlgh,', . , . , ,A .Tho countloss priesthood of tho sky, ' Jf, ,nt. i . Serene and still, o i . - -..-."With holy incense, puro and froo, '. . .UCTEellco'tcd fromJEtornily'." YAW TICK) Thoir consors fill. - ".! .t,Aff,w.henst comestthou, 0, solomn night ? "With speaking winds and worlds of light? . A wondrous.band ? T" f Thy presbneo wins, as sunbeams' dew, a a - My soul's doop aspirations to U'K; ,at - . . Tho Spirit Land. ; . M1 T(f tttT la fi ti "Dim with tho hues of oarly:birth, ;i rnnJ ' And heavy with tho dust ef earth, j , t " Tho weight of lifo, , . . 'i ttnti'i My struggling spirit draws from thoo K,-, 'Powor to cdntond with, destiny ,(,)' Strength for tho strifo. it-! Thy shadows o'er my burning brain, Fall as tho drops of cooling rain -A if On tho ...

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. — 7 July 1859

THE WEEKLY ARIZONIAN. C Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA, JULY 7, 1859. No. 19. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEKIiY PAPER, devoted to the general interests of Arizona. terms: Throe Dollars per annum, in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING; Ono Squaro, of 10 linos, or loss, ono insortion, $2 00 n u t it threo 4 00 " " " " ono qunrtor, 10 00 " " " " " onoyoar, 30 00 All communications and businoss letters mast be addressed to The Amzonian, Tubao, Arizona. For tho Arizonian. mining Stories and Realities. Whenever some individual wishes to create an excitement for Arizona or Sonora, he always begins ransacking and parading the old news paper accounts about the minqa of Mexico ; drawing hqavily on his own imagination, and fil ling up the intervals with sketches of farming country, that fits almost anywhere else, but in these two territories. At times tho intention may be good, but the result must ever be bad to the emigrant and his family, The mining stories, too, are generally nothing but heresay affairs, that ha...

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. — 7 July 1859

THE AKEZQNIAN. : MSr To AnvnuTlttiis, r.rsts ilfeiirinfto ft(S 6d tdTsond in thorn vortiso in this iflipor, arc rocucstod toisond in thorn favors without doiuy, adurossbil to' I'heAiuzonian, auu:io, Arizona; -r'w-SSQSvnsontrTtoNS must in nir casos bo aecom pamuil with tho cash. No subscriber's namo will - . -bo entored upon our books until advance pivymoju Las boon mado. . . .. .. 'Sbme 'malie'ituis' persons ,liave circulated ' a ?r ' .report that this, paper was .Black Republican, ''.jltr Aiiy such statement, ,by whoever made, isuttor--ly .-void of truth. Because wo have endeavored '.5.'.tw6id politics, for the present, some people iag'irio'wo have Black Itopubllcau proclivities,. p-tUH which, is. very far from the fact 41h .i' A Judicial District. s In 185G, we think ifc was, Senator Rusk, of . , Texas, proposed a bill establishing a Judicial ' Ttt:District for Arizona, or the western .portion, of, -"ow Toxico; Tho measure was not, however, jErP5Scdupon Gongress, and therefore lai...

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. — 7 July 1859

,.( TION, "I lilcs V on. J Maj. Van Dorn's Fight. ', . IlKAD QUAIITERS, "WlCHITA EXPEDITION. Camp on Small Creek, about 15 miles ooutli ot old I'ort Atkinson , Mnyl3, 1859. .Captaik: I have the honor to report that af ter a march of over two hundred miles, I have '"just come up and had an engagement with a ' party of about ninety or one hundred Camancho , Indians, and that I liavo succeeded in killing, ,, .wounding and capturing nearly tho whole num ; . Ler. Forty-nine are dead on the field, (50 in cluding one killed a few days previously,) five . qro, wounded, and thirty-six arc prisoners of my , guard. More than a hundred animals aro cap tured, and the whole camp is destroyed. The """' n" fight was quite a sharp and bloody one, and c took place on foot in a thick jungle, or brush ; coYered ravine. Eight Comanche women were ., uhayoidably and unintentionally killed. " . Thavo with great regret to report that Lieut. ' Fitzhugh Lee, acting adjutant, was dangerously , and Capt. E. K 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. — 7 July 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. The Overland Mail to the Pacific. Wo take it for granted, now that the Attorney General of the United States lias decided that the contract with the Butterfield Company can not he abrogated or changed, that the Overland Mail to the Pacific may he regarded as . a set tled thing, and that hereafter it will grow in the public favor. The derangement and uncertainty of the.ocean lines will almost compel the em ployment of the overland mail, and as. the con tractors have already satisfied the public of the regularity with which it may bo carried, this fact ouglt to recommend it to general favor. In this connexion, a few facta may not be with out interest The first mail overland for California left this city on the ICth February, 1858, and ta first mail arrived here, in return, on the 9th of Oc tober following. The first mail from St. Louis carried out about fifty letters. The mail which arrived from San Francisco on the 31st ultimo, brought nineteen hundred and eighty-seven...

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 July 1859

THE WEEKLY AEIZOOTAK Vol. 1. TUBAC, ARIZONA, JULY 14, 1859. No. 20. THE ARIZONIAN, A WEEIvtY PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. terms: ' Thrco Dollars per annum, in advance rates op advertising: Ono Square, of 10 lines, or loss, ono insertion, $2 00 u ii it it a three " 4 00 " " " " one quarter, 10 00 " " " " ono yoar, 30 00 , All communications and business letters must bo addressed to The Arizonian, Tubac, Arizona. Convention in Tucson. Pursuant to public notice, the citizens of Tuc son and vicinity met in convention on the 3d of July, 1859. for the purpose of nominating a del egate to represent the interests of the Territory in the next Congress, and of hearing our late delegate, as to the reasons why Congress had neglected and refused to give us a territorial organization. The meeting was called to order by G. W. Oury, Esq., and upon motion, Col. John Walker was unanimously elected President, and J. How ard Wells was chosen Secretary. The President, upon takiiig...

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 July 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUBAC, THURSDAY, JULY H, 18&. JUST" To Advertiskus. Porsons desiring to ad Tortiso in this papor, aro rcquosted to sond in their favors without delay, addre33cd to The Arizoxian, Tubao, Arizona. Subscriptions must in all easos bo ascom paniod with th cash. No subscriber's namo will bo entorod upon our books until advanco payment ha3 been made. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, SYLVESTER MOWRY. Card from Mr. Mowry. Editor op the Arizonian: Will you do me the favor to say that I will cheerfully use my influence, and endeavor to exert that of my friends, to obtain a Judicial District and Sur veyor General's office for Arizona, in case a Territorial government cannot be obtained: although lam decidedly of the opinion that the Territorial government istheonlj measure of re lief that will properly meet the wants of the country. Your obedient servant, Sylvester Mowry. By the above Card, it will be seen that Mr. Mowry will use his endeavors for a Judicial District, in case the at...

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 July 1859

fef';.. W: "t . : , J J IV! Indiau.IT'o W8. -r :kr.' Our correspondent at Apache Pass ndsus tpe-fblioYvTtifj comJmuhic'aiibHdiitQd'Julyr3d : Win Edijob,: About 20 of our warriors came ' in From Sondrd yesterday, and brought '35 head of cattle and' some horses and mules. . TlFey took the cattle from Oposura, or vicinity j They are going and coming in small parties all the, ; time. Ca-Chees ha3 started to the fort with all his band that are not stealing in Sonora, or at least he told me he was pro'infr. . He is afraid that Capt. Ewell will charge him with istcalitig the -ptock fro rathe Patagonia min'e,. which he knew' of before I did. Ca-chees is a very deceptive Indian. 'At'first appearance a man would think he was inclined to be peacable to Americans but he is far from it. For eight months I hav watched, him, and have come to the conclusion that ho is the biggest liar in the Territory-! and tj .would kill an American for ,any triflcj provided ( 'he thought it wouldn't bo found out....

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 July 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. I Wud Knot Dye in Wintur. SI TUB ORTIIOR OF "TH0RT3 OX A FADID DOKA." I wud knott clyo in wintur, Whon whiskio punchis flo When pooty gals air skating Oar foalds of ico k mo Whon Bassidgo moot is phrying' . k Hickri knutts 13 thick, Owe I who kud think or dighlng,, Or oven gotting sick? a I wud knot dyo in spring time, fcmiss tho turnup groons, & tho pooty1 song ov tho lcetle frawgj, k tho ski larks arly soreom: ,Cxftn - When burds begin thoir wobbling , wa tX Sc taturs gin to sprout- When turkies go a gobberling ' . I wud knot thon peg out. 1 I wud knott dyo in summer, & loovo tho gardin sass ' (Tho roasted lam k butter milk - ' Tho kool plaso in tho grass : 1 wud knott dye in summer , Whon ovry thing's so hott, , & leave tho whiski Jew-lips . '' n 1 1 .1 ti i. 1 . v I wud knott dyo in ortum, , With pocehes flt for eating, ' .. Whon wavy korn is getting wripft ' & canditates are treotinc ; Phor th.eso and othor wreasons, "' Ido( knott di in the phall:...

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