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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 21 July 1859

THE WEEKLY AKIZOMAN, S. J. JONES & Co., Editors and Proprietors. TTTBAO, ARIZONA, JULY 21, 1859. Vol. t-r-No. 22. HE ARIZONIAN, A WfiEKIiY PAPER, devoted to the general interests op Arizona. teu.ms: Thrco Dollars per annum, in advance KATES OP advertising: Ono Square, of 10 linos, or less, ono insortion, $2 00 " " " " thrco " 4 00 " " " " ono quartor, 10 00 " . " " " " one year, 30 00 All communications and business lotters must bo addressed to The Arizokiak, Tubac, Arizona. oro is generally roasted and passed onco on available for this process, they have to undergo twice through the furnace, to separate from tltfLtho process of roasting in a reverberating fur- metal tne accompanying rocic ot tne vein, anu i nacc. to expel most ot the volatile metals, lh re'; sultinsr metallic product is then smelted toj thor, with certain proportions of lead. This,: mixture is run into cakes, which are then sul& jected to a species of sweating process under For tho Arizonian. The Reduction ...

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. — 21 July 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. TUB AG, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1850. STfTo Advkktisek3. Persons dcsirinc to ad vortiso in this paper, nro requested to send in thoir mvors witiiout uolay, iiuurcsscu to the arizoman, Tuunc, Arizona. Subscriptions must in all caso3 bo ascom Ymii!ril will, !, Snali TVT stiWrihnr'a nnmn will lio ontorcd uponfour books until advanco payment Jias ucon mtiuo; FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, SYLVESTER HOWRY. JJfa?" As will be seen by the notices below, the "Arizoman " has changed hands. While con ceding to the late editor honesty of purpose, and nbility in management, the new proprietors dif fer widely from him in many of his ideas, and most decidedly in political sentiment The "Arizonian,," under it3 present management, "will be devoted to the general interests of Ari zona ; and, when called upon to express politi cal sentiments, will be faithful to the Democra tic party of the Union. It will thus endeavor to reflect the sentiments we might say the una nimous sentiments of the people...

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. — 21 July 1859

allied nrmy amount to near 6,000, between dead and wouhded. Among tho first nro to bo de- ' plored the brave Generals Espinasso rind Clorc. rTho French army cdvered itself with glory11 in this victorious day." ANOTHER BATTLE. The following official bulletin was published on the 19th of June : 'Yesterday tho allies won a fresh victory, driving the enemy from Marighari, where they had been entrenched. Further details are wanting. It is reported that the Austrians have withdrawn from Helgiojoso Davio." Tiie EMwtnou to the Emvuess : "Wo have not ' yet received any details of tho brilliant afFair at Marignan. Wo only know that tho Austriau corps d'armee under Gen. Bendick has been repulsed, and that we have faken 1,300 pris oners. It is credibly stated that Geri. Gyulal has - been dismissed, and Field Marshal Hess appoin- ted commander-in-chief. Apache Depredations. SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLAR? WORTH QF PROPERTY TAKEN I Some months since, a ''treaty" was made with the Pinal Apaches, at which t...

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. — 21 July 1859

: i THE AKIZONIAN. 1 Gon. Shields and his Farm. In a Speech mndo at a rocent diimer given him by his neighbors, on his return homo from JCnglaudi Geti. Shields indulged in the follow ing expressions : . There is one incident of my life of, which I am diapdsyd'tb'febl a little proud, 'and that is my emigration to this State. You ,aU know that ' Gufeht'is Booner or later the ordinary fato of politicians; that every politician of every party is bound to be, or ought to bo, defeated sbmo tim$ or 'other. Well, I met my fato in Illinois ; bfi'tj' wliilo I had to submit to the ordinary fato, ,grjTnnlcE'did'noti'dr'inge undervijtv:liko nn ofai nary politician. I never, stopped to solicit any kind of ptlido from the Executive; nor suffered afiy lriend of mino to solicit one for me. I sup pose if I had sought 'it I might have obtained ao'me" moderate olfice supli as the office of com missioner to the Sandwich Islands, or Canibal Islands, or some other equally illuminated Jsl- f.and.. But no, ...

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 August 1859

m THE ABIZOIIAN. it. HOWlftD WELLS, Editor and Proprietor. TtJC&Jj ARIZONA, AUGUST 4, .1859. Vol. 1. No. 23., WEEKLY THE AKIZONIAN, A WEEKLY PAPlEH, DEVOTED TO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. terms: Throe Dollars por annum, In advance. . 'RATES OV AnVEUTISJNU: Ono Squaro. of 10 linos, or less, ono insertion, $2 00 u ' 4 u it thrco " -1 00 ono quarter, 10 00 tiforbua galena. Stevenson's mines noavj dor, with very .limited sympathies, with no deep he.ud,.cepcating.tficcxclamation attributed to din, (El Paso) have long been known, ana ', convictions, he had a clear head anil a. firm another monarch twelve centurieB before-1' Gc4 jry rich. In other localities arc very uT?-'hand ; he could keep his own secret, and' he has given it to me wo be unto him that touch- and deserted mines, capable of biiifig could worm out the secrets of others; and, ma- esit.Vf' Mineral Wealth of the Rocky Mountains and exj,st there in veins or beds. New MjxIco. R.siilps metals and ores, there are many v...

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 August 1859

theT aeizonian. TUCSON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1859. jjSI 'to Advertisers. Persons dosiring to ad vortiso in Ibis panor, tiro requested to send in their favors without 4qW addressed to The Amzo.vian, Tucson Arizona. jSsD30nt prions must in all caso3 bo acoom jumad with the ca'sli. No subscriber's namo will bo ontorod upon our books until advanco jmvmont has" bedri rriado. R. A. Johnson, he was committed by the judge for a futhcr trial, ;dndwas to have gone on the next stage to' Mesilla. Last? night, although heavily ironed, and under the charge of one or two citizens, ho succeeded with the help of his Mexican friends, in making his escape. Sever al of our citizens aro now out. looking for him, and it is hoped ho will he retaken. TOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, SYLVESTER MO WRY. Election on Thursday, September the 1st. Salutatory. Tho' Arlzouian having discontinued its for mer connexion, appears this week under the control of its new proprietor. Having assumed the p6sition of editor, and inas...

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 August 1859

In the Sau- Francisco, Herald ayo find the fol lowing nbtcoof tho convention held in Tucson tile'3'd 'of July. We' aro glad to learn ' wb liavo tho sympathies of tho , people of- California to wards oar long neglected and defeneless condi Hicjri, aiuf to hear from those, haying a pprsonal knowledge aD acknowledgement of their exer tions .mado by our late delegate, tho Hon. Syl .vester" Mowry, to- obtain for us tho extension of the laws of tho U. S: "Wo have recieved many evidences of his untiring efforts to obtain from 'C6ngre0S what wo have so urgently asked for, namely, a separate Territorial organization, and the people of Arizona have that entire confi dence in his ability and energy, that he has been renominated and will be elected without oppo sition : " In our columns this morning will be found n'report of the proceedings of a Convention held nt Tucson, Arizona Territory, for the purpose of indorsing the course of the Hon, Sylvester Mow jy, Delegate to Congress from the Terri...

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 August 1859

.HT&E ARIZ ONI AN. la Sj:tora, Bjillta. DY T. B. ALDDIOII. In tin o-irtajn'.J purptj gloom, la tin Jcintoi room, she standi ; Z ooo thi roio of hjr bosom still, ! A'alilu whito of her j?ollcd bands. , Tho;bra93let upon hor waist, (Taj aiks with tho otnorald oyo3 . ,AnJ tb.3 ru9y tono.io, and till I boar Hor lnolbJiouj, halt rcpllos., W'aoro wis tho friend of my boart? jln a ctfil drinking wine, 1 "Aa I tho wifo of in friend in tlto alcovo. hero, ' With a noti) warm b in I iu mino I iMVVogWabflijf hfV ' ' "c' ' ,J ,TA ul.tUj dm lo.io l red of hor lipj, "A;a l I.fojl uu il.io foitrio touub J4Of'h'3rlVagao liajr tipj 1 . I-rowjd tbxt I loeod VVr fiitb I , , ' C B,U tho 4ta ki hJ friakbh Wiys 1 '; 'I klijad'hjr h it w U th j w inn I took ""(Too m oi'( at Curot'sl 'LiTp1 vr tti? wino I drank, at Cirot's, ; V '"HXi th'j stnjktl of ilia prinoipo, 'Twu'ih wickol twins' in her Spanish oycs ' , That uu lo a foot of mo 1 , i Joi)aR'TANiiv ox Slav be?.. In the caso of tb.0 51 in V n h ji 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. — 11 August 1859

.. I, ' "i II 'n i n r-nT'l J!"1 1 ' ' HI -'-( 7fl '''" " 77Z . . T . . ' i ! T . .fi.'r ,.,(:. , hi-' k i .1 .' J J i ' H-A' ! -'; JL JUL .l'rTJ" U VOLUME 1. :vc5l rr.i TUCSON, ARIZO,A, AUGUST 11, 1859. , KUMBER 24. " '".'""v ""V" " "' " ) 'iV, ABIZONLOE HE ARIZONIAWv '?p.iyiq "'A WEEKLY PAER, ' .!MDBYOTBD TO TIJE (tEtfteftAij INTERllSTS li'l-nv ': OP ARIZONA. , . , " S J.,HOVARD WELLS, Edltori M , , -r Thrco.DoHars. per. annum, in advangef' , i One Squard, of 1Q hnoa, or lc33, onp ingortipu, $2 00 V (. ir " ' " thrco , :-.rit 4.;00 " " " . " ono hunrtcr, 1,10 00 i ' . ., . one. year, . ;30 00 AUjCpmmunications and business ..lqUcrJnuatl bo nddrcssed to Thr Arizon.ian, Tucson) Arjlonn. .J special.', ageni 'bSolbr'o'o';",'. well known posUoluce.detective, from a series pf. -i u; l ... jl Tr! .jjupuiaiiiuw uumg puuiiauuu iii me xew xprir ,: LKJader, entitled MToPpId woiMfct5t'i f Very agile, very dapper, dressed in neat pro- lessional blacky and a.lvajs looking as it' lie had just dr...

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 August 1859

t, 1 THE ARIZONIAN. To Advertisers. Persons dosirinir to--ad- vertlse in. this nanor. aro rotmoatod to aonil in thoir favors without dolay, addrosaod to Tub Abizonian, Tucson Arizona. w EfrSBSORiPnosa must in till oasoa.bo acom- Eaniid with the cash. No subscriber's namo will ontorod upon our books until advanco payment lias boon made. r6n DELEGATE TO CONGRESS,' SYLVESTER MO WRY. Election on Thursday, September the 1st. TUCSON: THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1859. ARIZONA A FARMING COUNTRY. -Wo have never yet met tho man who called Arizona a great agricultural country, but we must enter our decided denial of some state . raents which havo found their way into the Eastern papers, and even into tho Arizonian. We aro not questioning tho honesty of the wri ters, but wo do question their knowledge of the country. It has been said that "Arizona has no stream of permanent water two miles long except the Rio Grande and the Colorado, which are its boundaries." The Rio Grande is not its boundary: but l...

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 August 1859

1 3' ' IMPORTANT.,. NEWS FROM THE SEAT M 'OF WAR ARMISTICE AGREED ON! Death of the King of Sweden. Tho steamship Africa has arrived with Euro pean dates to tho 9th ult, threo days later than previous advices. An armistice has been agreed upon between the contending parties until tho 16th of August. Tho effect of this has been a great buoyancy in all the1 money markets, and strong hopes were J;t:,i c On the 9th Napoleon telegraphed that tho a '. n armistice agreed upon on the 8th wa3 signed ' at Villa Franca by Hess and Valliant. It ends - on tho 15th August, and stipulates that com ;mercial relations, without distinction of flag, shall be allowed to navigate the ' Adriatic un molested. :Tho Paris Moniteur cautions the public against t misunderstanding tho armistice, and says that negotiations may be recommenced, but it does ' , not see how the war may be terminated. The armistice has caused much excitement. Consols have advanced 1 to 2 per cent, and on the Paris Bourse the advance w...

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 August 1859

" it " -bu THE ARIZONIAN. THE EDITOR. BT FIN LEI JOHNSON. Writo, writo, writo! Attompting tho public to ploaso, An editor sat at his rickety desk, Far, very far, from his oaso ; With fingers all dirty and cratnpod, vjir.M With oyos all bloodshdt" and rod, Ha puzzles his brain by day and by night, M it carn a P"tttno fr bread. Writo, writo, write I In a close and pont-np room ; , , Whero tho Binoll of tho nausoous typo ' ' la robbing his cheek of their bloom : J ' Writing out " leadora " and duns," ' JUiC Till hi. woary oyo3 grow dim, And cron in sleep tho spoctros riso Of his croditors stern and grim. . t Writo, writo,writ3, " Ero tho rieing of tho sun, r And toil, toil. V- . Till hi9 dally bread ia won j Bagged, weary and worn, In caoh of hia oyes a toar, Ho drowns his grief in a flowing mug ui the vory ueat larger oeer. Writo, write, writo ! His midnight vigils kcop ; -i Writo all day and part of tho night ti ii.i. "Who cares for an editor's sloop ? t "' A littlo plcasuro might oa...

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 August 1859

1 Of THE WEEKLY ABIZONIAN. VOLUME 1. TUCSON, ARIZONA, AUGUST 18, 1859. NUMBER 25. THE ARIZONIAN, A WllHKXY l'APIilt, DEVOTED XO THE GENERAL INTERESTS OF ARIZONA. J. HOWAIIU WELLS, Editor. tebmb: Three DolUri per annum, in advance. bates or adtehtisikq: One Bquarc, of 10 Unei, or ten, one inaertlon, $2 00 a ii ii it ii lnrco ii 4 oo ' " " " " one quarter, 10 00 " " one year, 30 00 All communications and busineaj lottora muit bo addressed to Tin AitizosMX, Tucson, Arizona. THE TOMB Ol' NAPOLEON. The Tomb of Napoleon Is one of tho sights of Paris which a stronger never fails to visit. It stands immediately under the lofty domoof tho Church of the Hotel des Iuvalides, and is more magnificent than tho Tomb of St. Peter in the Cathedral at Rome, tho cost of it having been 9,000,000 francs, or about $1,000,000. A bronze door gives access to tho crypt ; over it, on a black marble slab, is tho request in the Emper-1 or's will, that he be buried on the banks of the Seine. The following aro th...

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 August 1859

THE ARIZONIAN. .SJ-To ADvalmssiu IVrsous desiring to d vrlljo-in thii piper, aro roqiictod to tend fa tholr favors without delay, aJJroiioJ to XuiA.siza.NUii, ST3iucittriiti!i' muit lu all canes bo atcoro panted with the c,h. No subscriber's name will be enterol upoa our books until aivsace payment has "beon roado. FOR DCLEOATC TO COXOHESS, SYLVESTER HOWRY. Election o.i Thursday, September the lit. TUCSON: THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1859. town in tho Territory, where they daro ehow INDIAN NEWS, their hands, or hope for any success. One spot Our correspondent at Apache Pass, sends ns there was where a few renegades, notwuhstaiid- the following communication dated Aug. tith ing their previous solemn action in Convention, 1 Ho says, " sumo of our Apacho Indians have held on the lSth of June, could be found, Itnow. 1 asain returned to the Pass. Thev have bi-PM Ingthat their old occupation of "ruling the camping on n small stream, called "Cloo goh roost," had departed, willing to disregard the...

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 August 1859

t fact to that body ; nnd whereas, nt a subsequent convention in Mesilla on the 19th June, 18JD, the 1.1018 fact) wero reiteritod anJ urged with additional force, the necessities of the country requiring it with greater reason than heretofore, by the augmentation of population anil tho In traduction of capital employed in silver mining and stock railing, increasing as a consequence to a considerable degree, the commerce of the country, without the protection of any civil or ganization whatever, and whereat, at each of the aforesaid ineotings or conventions, it wn.' solemnly resolved and published to the world that no part would henceforth bo ta ken in tho territorial elections of New Mexico, and whereas, at a later convention held in Me lilla on Sunday, the 7th day of August, 1839, at which the precinct of Mesilla and the other small towns on the western bank of the Hio Grande only had representation, Dona Ana and Las Cruccs, in conjunction with the west-rn portion of Arizona, Tusso...

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 August 1859

op,- I .1, 1 in t Monty thlr ix, . '"""J tho g sr-kil wall, 1 - -"''' 1 ittsMdopbrighi ' ' 'Mia ttia Muef korhiir, Ami r-flr jronf Hiehu nro waring fta : tuiiu w.oe a tha am "w Lfta s. tpor'fnl fawn iUo bouadaUi ' 8tf fhofatly along ; wiUyojng bird shasAtolsth -A , harden of song, ,-, t fTj&s linmr notfors arc oluitcrlng thiol: -! .. i Antjp 1 hsr dm Mug feet, t - ', A J ' eheek tbg smamct,bo ('1. ' InHrmhlni9f;Jij.wott, - linger 'I i mic, r MINI, ,,N-(. ' lit , ,i 1 ' 1 ' Mertharit. ''' " 1,1 1 ' ' uwwu , - . 1.11, lj tjl Mi'XI u.n l;, iti etc. u.-.il .Vk i.7 K r tin. purchase of lau It In Ibe I Statu c.l buiiora. RQf.rCKo. : Auleaiu Pcra, Fori JBuchltrtAii. I!iiiiim IT...... II ,. ' ' I i (UiiLUunsei U'l ll, ..lid miaiiu H1C1 :, KAN ANTONIO, Ti:X- ' " .ill i M ' I il., -I j, Utilc-io iu mi it.,, i t'ii, ?i fA8iWft5St,U- li,aJ. Thjlr.rtnatfr.ii-4nea shjj. irj .AnJ Ah I.UAr loWv light an) f'arranco ,1, ) .Hsngta lnith? ii:o wuiiiu i , Oh I lu.f fja lly d i ikey initio icTu A99?3...

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 September 1859

THE WEEKLY AEIZONIAN. VOLUME 1. TUCSON, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 15, 1859. . A a- - - - NUMBER 29. THE ARIZONIAN, A WKUKI.Y PAI'KIt, DEVOTED TO THE (H: NT, HAL INTERE8TS OF AIW.ONA. J. IIOWAIll) UULI.S, IMltor. icr.u.1' Three Dollar! per annum, in advance. RATES Or AIITERTIBIXO: One Square, of 10 linei, or leu, one tmertion, $2 00 . ii ii throo a 4 oo " " " " " one quarter, 10 00 " " " ' one year, SO 00 All communications and buiineas letters must be addresied to Tm Anilo.Mi.i, Tueton, Aritona. The VIimvs ol" Aapolcoii in Con cSiKllug Peace ivith Austria. At nine o'clock this (Monday) morning, says the Ijondon Times, of July 11, tho two Krone rors of France and Austria are to meet at Villa Franca, Napoleon having oxpresily de sired this friendly intenicw Tho nrmsticc, which took tho world hy surprise on Friday, was agreed to by these two principals without the intervention of their ministers, and it is not impossible that even the outline of a peace may be settled in tho tamo unceremoniou...

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 September 1859

i THE ARIZONIAN. SZT To ADVtRTisiRS. Persons desiring to ad vertise in this tuner, are requested to wnd In their fors without delay, addressed to The Amzosux, l acsonrixona. ;SlXSvBSCirTiois mnst in ill casts be accom panied with tho cash. No subscriber's name will be entered upon our books until advanco payment Tluyiilny, September irii4aJSrl. TIII3 ELUCTIO.V. Sufficient returns have been received to es tablish the fact that tho voto of tho Territory wilt exceed two thomand. Wo regret that the eicitcd feeling, growing out of tho late diffi cully between Mexicans and American? on tho Gila, river, should have prevented tho Mexican vote from being received at several precincts. This, nnd the light vote in Mesilla owing to tho fact of thero being no opposition candidate for delegate reduces tho voto from five to eight hundred below tho actual strength of the population. Mr. Mowry has received, so far as heard from, a unanimous vote in every precinct, overywhero loading the county ticke...

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 September 1859

Election Returns. Wc give tho returns of the election held in tliVerrltory, on the 5th instant, as far as heard from. Wo believe they are generally correct: tucsom : Delegate to Congress Sylvester Mowry, - -320 Prefect Don Annastado Barela, - - - - 318 Sheriff J. Peter Deus, 31(1 Justice of tho Peace J. V. Holt, - - - 181 Constable William Burke, 182 TUDAC : Delegate to Congress Sylvester Mowry, - - 38 Hep. to Leg. or X. Mexico J. M. Turner, 56 Prefect Don Annastaclo Barela, - - 27 ShorifT J. Pctor Deus, 23 Justloe of tho Pewe James Carutheri, ... 40 'Constable Edward Page, -55 CAMIHS13. Delegate to Congress Sylvester Howry, - - 20 Prefoct Don Aoastaclo Barcla, 20 Sheriff J. Petor Deus, 20 Delegate from Now Mexico J. M. Galllgos, - 11 WAnnsviLLE. Delegate to Congress Silvester Mowry, - - 20 MAnsitALt.B. "Delegate to Congross Sylvester Mowry, - 10 CASV BUNCA. Delegato to Congress Sylvester Mowry, - - 5 AGB.V CM.IEXTB. Delegate to Congress Sylvester Mowry, - - 121 This we learn was 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. — 15 September 1859

f THE AHIZONIAN. t) A I Ii Y W O II It . nr chasles Micxir. Who lagl from drosd of daily work, And his appoiniodta'k would shirk, Commits foil and a crimo; A soulless slave A paltry knave A clog upon thowkscli of time. With wcrk to do od itort (if hoallb, Ths man's unworthy to bo free, Who will not giro, That ha ma live, Hit daily toil for dally fee. No I Wt us work 1 We only aik Reward proportioned to our talk : Wa have no quarrel with the greats No feud with rank With mill or bank No envy of a lord'i estnto If wa can earn sufficient itors To latiify our daily need, And can relaln. Tor ago and piin, A fraction, wo ire rich indeed. Wo dread of toil hare wo or oura, We know our worth and woigh our powers i The morawe work tho more we win ; Sucoess to trade I Succeis to ipade I And to the corn that's coming In I And Joy to him, who, o'er hii talk, Remembers toil in nature's plan ; Who, working thinki, And never ilnki Hii independence ai a man 1 Who only aiki for humblost wealth, Enoug...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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