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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 14 August 1869

m - . JLH1 V. , -He y 1 . 11. 4 - jroi. 2. Tucson, A. T., Saturday, August 14, 1869. No S3 lth tt,i on on e. Set. 1'iacq 0 Ci.i and U 'count r send iso-J old Ukttl JID. at tit anvci on h:s J per til "1 ARSE J U I0i T. oprMil n. 1st, rjnr .S tiij tcjji' a, 3, 111 WWEEKLY ARIZONA reeKiy Journal, devot od to tb fterests of Arizona Territory. Ilsbed every Saturday atTucEon,.A.T. S I jy. DOONER Editor. Terms of Subscription, Copy, one year 57,00 copy, six months $4,00 copy for three months 2,00 rje numbers, each 1 .' 25 icriptionsmustbepaidmvariablyinadvance Advertisine- Rates. to dollars per squa've for the first insertion one dollar fcr each subsequent insertion Rll business letters must oe addressed to me llisher, nnd all "correspondence" to the ftor. III. PtATT. J. E McCxFFRT pjlatt & McCaffrey. TORNEYS,' AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. anuary sa isoy-tt G. II. OURV, Attorneyland. Counselor at lav (Juice in Court-house .Building TUCSON, A. '! . augl;67 tf IONEER BREWERY. TUCS...

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 August 1869

L " . . - . .. I i- C 1,-lf THE 7EEIvLY AliJZONAN AUGUST 14 1S69. SAN PRAMCISCO A'D TI1K EAST. Y,"c observe ;from out exchanges that eastern merchants are selling govds along the line of the Pacific 'II. R. to the very doore of tlte'San Francisco merchant1?. We arc not surprised to merchants in this Territory that more goods can be bought in the New York market, for currency, than for u 3uic nominally the same, in gold, in San Francisco; and transportation from New York here is but little more than transportation from San Francisco. From present indications the trade of this Territory f must, in the future, be conducted mo&tly with New York. The difference between the prices paid in New York and the prices paid in Sf.n - Francisco amounts to a very fairproSt for tho merchant. Why such a marked difference shouli e::ist between prices in New York and San Francisco no one seems to precisely understand. Some attribute it to the fact that at the latter p'ace business is done entirely...

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 August 1869

f WEEKLY ARIZONA?? AUGUST 14 1869. L'Jb'AL ilATTiiiiS. Iijk rajauisiei arrived on uutiuv, on ASon- i .y a.,d Tuesday paid off the lrcops :it Camp .e.l, ad lettuti imirsdiy lor camp uood CommmkB F and D. 2l3t Infantry, left .uw.n, atd D for Cump Bowie. Tns Gwe Ci.pb: Hie '1 ulvoii "Glee Club" g Jt on ilie increase. Several now mem . I ire i.iii ed durin.r ilie nnst week, n id . . .. . it'll niw u:ivit I in I tM uitii l ii i I'll I 1 1 jit l T. 1 . . 1 I . - rvii.ti liti! snnr) iti if:nr nftmps. and thn Vi v iuv..., -- --- j - - i I .nn ttl-irit rn ii im Ir-.rm f'iiriri( rn.ir On. ma: doubtless biioving him-e' fan in- . V - ... n. mlairrn I rv t J-i Ir -rt lit - niul tni ! it i.i . vii.ee us. K1' utieal tl o mb we be. that U so indeed, cleared out. Our city sub- -r i ice iu- aujzo.nas umii sum as A . 4 A M 1. a' . s ail u c eJ u pio.-uring the services of S;-:vk;ivl mW'arv officers left Tucson on Sat- 4i 1 1 r C ,i,uria, i" obedience to or ; cil-a,: m to duty elsewhere. Among an Cuj 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. — 14 August 1869

iTr7n!T"flll1M P. -R.-Tally. - -"Esteran ucnoa. j 4 TUiiLY & OU.H.UA. Main Street, Tucson, A- T. HEREBY give notice to their friends and tho public generally that they havo received direct from the Ea a full and complete stock of . DRY GOODS, GROCERIE8, HARDWARE, A'c. and are prepared to sell at- as reasonable terms as any merchants in the Territory. Giro us a cail before purchasing elsewhere. Jan. 1st 18C9. TAKE NOTICE! STEW GOODS I DIRECT FROM KEW YORK WE would respectfully nnnonnceto the people o Tucson and vicinity, that we have on hand a largo and well assorted STOCK OF MERCHANDISE GROCERIES, fcc, also, best EL PASO WINF and-VINEGAR. which wo offer for salo at tho &rt4s figures. H. LESINSKi", k CO., East eido Main Stroot Tucson, A. TV Jan. 1st '69, THrliliEiff Adventures? i i From tho Dearer News ' . . A Correspondent of tho Chicago Post, with tho commercial party from that city sends home amusing accounts of their adreatures on tho U. P. road. The party practised gymna...

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. — 21 August 1869

i o Tucson, A. T., Saturday, Aimist 21, 1869. No 34 1 WEEKLY ARIZONAN ' - 1 ZAIltn1 I I 1 III m ww - ah mi' i . ."iiiui iinv ail. i iii.nini. . u - DOOKER Editor. Terms of Subscription, V 1LJL ulullLUUIllltailltlf I Advertising: Bates. dollar icr each subsequent insertion i nra.i i i i u n l ljk iiiiiiir.i.TiTii lii i nr. 1 11 It 1 11" . . .1 JELHL i. Jt C l'A V A. Ir M? fit Bii X . TUCSON. A, T. G. II. OUBY, ttorneySand Counselor at Lav Olhfifi in l Iniirt.IiniiRp Knilriinfr TUCSON, A. 'i . aug4;67 tf i a i 9 i . -i . 1 u w 3 a . r TUCSON, A. i. KI3EE22. AHjE aifid PORTER ConslHittly on hand. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTREE. DWIN & SANDERS, ..... nn l "at 1 ,i: .11 111 Vvl UllVyl .IJ. VL 1 ll 1 IUI 1 I I IL1U TUCSON, A. 1. : in part of i-taplc and Fancy Goods, Bolts, Pistols Percussion caps, &c., c, which they Ci-np for cash. l . - - " - j 1 j j 1 0" lSGO-tf. piiiii vim i fi Tin ii f rr w iimn n iimrnii Arizona. o t tPTI or n iVI arn h n n r 1 1 c o T J tuiuiifr unci oiiimissioi...

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 August 1869

T. 74 Jr1'. 3 - r v; AUGUST 21... 18C9. THE SUEZ CANAL. Froa s rateable nrliele publifched in the Memorial Diplomatique we have been enabled W g&Uwr loucfl iii.'orraation relating to the- gjpat Suez casai wnich is d estined to bring About winderhi changes in 'the commercial Orid, ana live jh htstorj as one o! the creat est achievements, in enterprise and engineering JOdli, of ths nineteenth century. The canal crosses the i3ihitfui on a tongue ofHnd about 100 miles Ion?. Ships of the largest tonage can pass through it: there being a o average depth of tweutv-ai;c feet of water with an average width of 200 feet. Sail ing vessel will be tunei through with steam The ofk is near cpmpletioannctihas already "been scfficifcutly tested to insure complete suo ' ft: one powerful steam tug passing through the ptrtiou finished, at the rate of ten knots per aoor, without, in ihe least, disturbing the embtnlrtnent by wash. At this rate, vessels - -will pasa through the canal in less than twelv...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 21 August 1869

of nrnriT" I r i t Tn rv at -vr 'Hi VVJi.EiIi.-Li I AJXIdUlSAlN' AUGUST 21 18G9. LOCAL MATTERS. Gov. Saword has appointed Wm. H, Rus- 11 PnmmtcoTAnor nf DapIq fn recila in ilia tit " 1 Itr of New York. Wb would call the attcntiou of our readers i the notice of Edwin A. Brwn, dated a .la City. It is evideiitlya mutter of much in prest o the parties concerned, who shouh consider ineinaeives lunuiiuiu ui Having vaiu . -t 1 r... i 1 t. able papers and money, Delonging to then escacd by strictly honest hands. The in li vidua! who fir3t suggested roofing r! dings with earth ought certainly to be pren n!ed a leather medal. We have yet to see the roof, of this material, which has been f t . ? 1 i r nu prooi against connnuea rain ior -io houis. A ram storm ot only eix hours dura tion, on Monday, deluged our office, and 6eV' i v,..:m: i:i, Oert Florence letter, this week, brings ac Collins ui ui3jjuie3 uuuui wuier privileges aim land claims which, for some time, created much unp'easantne&...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 21 August 1869

Pa Jt?cslructioa of SaUooa. The French aeronaut, If. Eugene Godard, has been making ascents in his enormous balloon i'"La Colosse,and taking passengers aloft at the rate of three hundred francs a head. On his return to earth at the end of his second trip, he met with a stranze mishap. At about six miles from Florence the volume of gas was diminished; The grapnels were thrown outand the party alighted in the midst of a crowd gaping rustics, many of whom had pipes in their mouths. M. Go3ard. having to let out the gas remaining in the balloon, politely beg god the smokers to retiie; but (says a corres pondent) he might, as well have spoken to the cabbage growing around. All the louts passed forward, puffing away aud lighting lucifers on their sleeves. The consequence may be ima gined ; in the twinkling of an eye the air was a sheet of flame, and jhough nobody was hurt, the balloon, valued at 5,000 francs, was re daced to Under. Then followed a disreputable Eeene of violence and extorti...

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. — 28 August 1869

La sited! y IZONAN. $4. 1,1.2. Tucson, A. T., Saturday, Augusjt 28, 1869. No 35 .7I 1 i the n on 3, lc Of in,. 1 ates. t Qe Man 1 tftlr- . et,N. v. , Youth, l,tf. 3! - AW ES. 'o arsooa the coa- properlj TY author General o request j loclaimi s frieodj aoticeii nr. lent Co. cLpan ., and a fins! 1, had I Ter 1569, Oll8H said oman ;d by pos- aving i I the ) the said )nep onal ance rer. am 9' r II ta WEEKLY ARIZ ON AN IcKiy Journal, devel ed to lb .rests of Arizona Territory. bed every Saturday at Tucson, A, T. iy. DOOU'ER Editor. Terms of Subscription, I Copy, one yenr-. 7,UU py, six mo'.tus 4,uu mv for three months 2.00 ' 1 t. OP numocrs, eucu -to . .-.. i : j ; Advertising Rates. Jollnrs per square for the first insertion ne dollar fcr ack subsequent insertion ihusines letters must b? addressed to the s'ier, and all "correspondence ' to th" r. Plitt. J. E McCArrar PL.4TT Si SfcCAFFUEV. ORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON. A. T. January :d 18C'J-tf Lt G. 31. OURY, I Attorney!and Couns...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 28 August 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA! AUGUST 28 1869. INDIAN AFFAIRS IN NEW MEXICO. It must certainly be gratifying to evory An aonan to learn that a system at ouce bold vigorous and decisive has been adopted in dealing with the Indiang in oar Bister Jerntory, If the order sow established by Gov. Mitchell' proclamation, issued punnant to the estab- lifhmentof certain principles setforlhby Gen Orders from head quarters of the army, be eirictly adhered to, as there is no reason sto doabt it will, the beneficial effects which must result will not be alow in manifesting them selves, end will be felt here as well as in New Mexico. The general orders, referred to above, place the Indians, when on reservations, under the immediate and exclusive control of the ngents appointed by the government, and the military authorities are forbidden to interfere except at the requeBt of the Agent or Suporin a ami out, rcuidlng on the reservation, or by or ders from the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington. Outside of ...

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. — 28 August 1869

?8nJL 11 W 1 v ") ""Ait, i. 1L A. ih. 18 VUH1 Cf. .ait. "iter, 'on. m0Jt G ed tot stoj Q. U. - C2-J Bctj 't, Willi cca:. re!, cmbr: trti:!s tbJS IT til fact 1 1 toll aid- reon, . Pi. 1311 1 ). lit! bit lei I .1869. 1,0 CAL MATTERS. nrnn nrrivpd with hisfamilvfrnm liJOBfU11""' " Lrnia yesterday. i ,r n.trii rvhn nrrived last Wednes- rv air. ij"" I.'ll L Ha statre, from Mesilla, we learn that el i of Indians attacked a train at Soldiers' 4t ii joined a man uuu nuunucuu uxutc. able to take the train they attempted to Hare lue 0lttv .v. -.t,rn hut WltllOUt EUCCCB3. L 1rlEt Baowx has just received from Cal- i.nia v.-o. oron pi in nia umuiu uuii ihu uue ,r3 (ab!e. The boys can now nna a; " ft. . i, any and every species ot recreation Mi may be met with elsewhere in the Ter- "' . . .. e T1 r Drp: A ietiar irom riumute txja iuul bottom lands between bacaton ana BiacK . nra .Imnct. imnaitsible to waeroiia iter 6iauu " ' rain hai so flooded tins section mai sev- waona have been obliged to mak...

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. — 28 August 1869

- - - m MillWII Mrtf A Dally Post !.ine. The atftges from here to Fort Yuma are run.. ning' full. In fact the are orercrowded. So much so that an extra wna sent out on Fri day last to better accommodate the traye Persons up country or elsewhere, who wish to visit Southern Arizona need hare no fears that they cannot get out over the road, for al though John Capron 13 not very heavj on deliv ering wedding cake, he does know how to shove pauengera through over hia stage route. When Capron put on his stages, every old croaker in the country predicted he would sure ly break up, that it never had paid anything and it never woulJ, Ibe had been family were loud in their predictiono of failure bankruptcy and ruin, but as usual the can't do folks have missed their guess. The stages have paid fiora the etart, and Jonn now talks of putting on a daily lino of stages. It may not be gen erally known that a person can go by stage from here to the States by way of Tucson, jet it 13 true. Or rather b...

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 September 1869

Vol. 2. Tucson, A. T., Saturdayeptember 4, 1869. -ft No 36 WHfWEEKLY ARIZONA! L eeltly Journal, devot ed to IH IV of Arizona Territory. jmci--' LfcHsbed every Saturday at Tucson A. T. 1. W. DOOiVESt .-. Editor Terms of Subscription, One Copy, ope year. i,uu w copy, six months . .... 4.00 J? Spy for three months...?. 2.00 c;n(rle numbers, each 2o ISabscriptionsmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising Rates. Two dollar per square for the first insertion -nd one dollar fcr each subsequent insertion . UhiKsineas letters must be addressed to the Ipo lisher, and all "correspondence" to the Editor. I JI. R.PL1TT. J- WCUAITBY ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS - AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. January 2d 1863-tf G.H. OURT, Attorney and Counselor at Lav Oflice in Court-house Building TUCSON, A. . ug4;5" tf PIONEER BBEWSRY. TUCSON, A. T. LAGER AS.K and PORTER Constantly on hand. A. LEVIN L J. GOLDTREE. March 14, 1SG9 ll-lf. ?( Goodwin Adam Sandri G00DWIH & S ADDERS, Dealers in General Merchandise TUCSON, A. ...

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 September 1869

ME -WEEKLY AiRIZONAE SEPTEMBER 4 .'. lbC9. We aroin reeipt of the first number of the San Diego Bulletin a clean, refpeolable lookintr sheet, of twenty-four columns, iust started in San Diego, It 'is quite sangnine of tho future greatness of San Diego ns, in fact, is every other paper on the Pacific coast' But Lerethe Bulletin ba3 made a monstrous fe male goo30 of of itself at the very outset pro claiming itself a partisan journal, before its e-iatence pecasnc known outside it3 city ; " "As rcgard3 our political career, wo can only gay that we have r.!ways voted and lived up to th great advancing views of the republican parly, and believing that such party has here tor.re, and will strive in tbe future to advance the true principles of liberty and equality in all men; protest tho nation's houor, and ad vaneo the best interests of the country, we flh&U support the Republican party." Now, it is very proper lor onr contemporary in nmclaim itself so lone as it intends to act. - i - ...

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 September 1869

ootid 1 ah 9ue i we it fi but ,a Pro. pli?, 'ir 0; i0 a a;.j these tbeia, a n$ nam ;ed it 'into in had rery self 'as, Utd or Lj "ly. "iio lot :he M to ffffEtfARIZp SePIEMBER 4 .18G9. . Dast week nine ton's of rock Lave 'rom the ApacL rass imuu wuiuu e'er 6300 to the ton. ,i . wr Infer-beer-man, had fitted rt I-1 "'n o iL-- very preiuiy, uu eApei.is " here L is quite rightin having done Tjjjt may he sell lager neer n uc wm !? natured as to pass a couple dozen a? doer which connects ms apari--th ours. vursdaynighta party of burglars en 5ttoreof Mr. Zeckendorf and had fnnn tvnrtlt nf rlnlhinf. whan Bllet3, from a pistol mine uauus m l,Z,'took efi'ect at various points in u"f the building, and put the thieves to leaving their plunder piled on the :3Urd:iy evening last a very agreeable iren by some lo or l) young Xucson. Tho gentleman appointed to ccmp-uy gave us a very polite mvi- ; ,bo present an ! uru re eiv.ng our as sented us the tcr.1nout;on list, wnere taken the liberty of writing...

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 September 1869

fl'EW WiLUAje Zecibxdow, Tncaoo, A T. Aaron Zsoxexdobf Louis ZucKEXDoxr Albuquerque N. M, No 19 Dey St.N. Y THE WEEKLY ARIZ0MJJ Agents Wan EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE .0 LOCK STITCH. RECEIVED TEE FIRST PRIZE ' $10 a day wxvrk tin u i r., -AT TDE- fereat Fair of the American Insti tute, in New York City, Oct. 26, 1867, And Highest Premium for Best Manufacturing Machine AT PARIS EXPOSITION. JULY, 18C7, Why Is it (ho Beat? It rung oTer learns all right -IT WILL TAKt- 'tffflfty stitches to the inch finer than any other Machine. -IT WILL EJCW- . Heavier, and Thicker Goods than any other Machine. IT USES ANT AND EVERT KIND OF THREAD. It Sews Starched Goods as well i rs Unstarched. It sews tho most delicate, thin, soft fabric, without drawing. It sews a bias seam as well as' any other. Agents wanted, Liberal discount given. EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE COMPANT. 294 Bowery, New York. Every Machine Warranted. agUy t " New Saw-Mill 1 i New Saw-Mill New Saw-Mill AT FORT BAYARD, NEW MEXICO. 'avine: brought ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 2 October 1869

THE WEEKTJTTRTinill 1 v v 1 Tucson, A. T., Saturday, OcgSber 2, 1869. V' No 38 'Weekly abizonan 1rV JCl III v j l rn.iiinH ft T -m S M U . . . . I J I I SJ Terms of Subscription, - ... . tnnr dl, - mnnms. ....... ...... 5. ' r.. V,oo mnnths - Z.UU 'Vn.n mnll la UIUUCIO " m.,cr hrmnidinvariablvinadvance Advertising Eates. i. c i : .: irns nor nu u lie lui tuc uiot iiiduibiuu jtu. v nnnh siitaeauent insertion UU l 1 - k - l.winrj must hn adilresspd to thfi ii ii i " ii. nnrt all correiouuncuuo iu me t ti if - n . m . . in mt a' . t 8 TUCSON, A. T. ry 2d lSC9-tf B G. II. OURY, Storney and Counselor at Lav Office in Court-house .Bunding TUUSUiX, A. 'j . wfl;7 tf raiER BREWERY. TUCSON, A. T. fit SEEK. ALB and PORTER Constantly on hand. A. LKVIN L J. GOLDTRER 14, 1869 11-tf. iin Adam Sanderi IDWIN & SANDERS. rsin General Meiohaudi&u TUCSON, A. 'J. o ' '.Mi day on band and axe constantly tiris", a largo stock of (roods sclectod IPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, in part of ili and Clothintr...

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 October 1869

TO'E WEEKLY ARIZONA!? OCTOBER 2 ........1SC9. TI1K CUJJAK QUESTION. The present administration, like so many of its predecessors has its numerous advocates and oppowre soma for political reahous without regard for the national welfare, others bacausa JtHey have tie interests of the countiy at heart and a.re opposed to partisan broils. This dif fnrnnnf nf nniniori is venv necessary for if tha people were in eTery instance to jump en masBe to ono and the same conclusion, it is clear th.it but one lide otany question would ever bo viewed axd no question would over be dis- cussed. But, when after a proper review a really important subject ha8 been laid before nnnnin inil lllO TTIftCf. ltl15pinilS 1 J II ftf HCtion IUC pCVI4V w. u -wu.j- marked out and generally acknowledged, it might very reasonably be expected that such line would be at once adopted, aud when necessary, acted upon nton:o. Now, tha Cuban question has been commented upon by tho preis of the United States until its every ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 2 October 1869

,uStus th weLiTr .1.-, P" o the cabin c" -a, robbe 'J an old m Q5f! " "'"HFeu at Oil..' "ilJ. Nf)lr4 I tie lie Wfln fi ' id receded which he ms claim l tl in n.i .i aedforh;8(j3r uu lie Dinn... "anch, Lower i. !TeDl,ldIan8,aiJ fi"a, attacked W. ng four head tf ?,c with the J 9 T'goroualv,ij neiuan heard J -ceeaed in re-a ia- Gen. vaIr)' to sc0J! Ji Septemler 11 iho an J "fieant JPatHckj l Infantrr, , Ate Gooi-f eX, Jverely staLoel 0". AIcGore. "Jiana Saloon,! :u hj oneJq Private Bvi "try. has, J w-ia raheu'J losj htl i; t luiye ii cJ it is il.: at they Willi . A. 0. runt, i. aiber IQtU ceived at . o'clock o:j pened, fo; n; to be (J dried. price pt: I the Pi-J iing, cjtJ ices in i il tender. by tvra ! ( will l' fie N mied tjj 3 mo:l .n be ! inn. i Lflorl . 21.tij A. A .Yotlf! thei'l telH cl ceJ'J dl Til TFEEKLY . ARIZ 0 NAN OCTOBER 2 isr,9. si ' LOCAL HATTERS. .offeehouse establiahee on Main Street ijr Risenbaum is doing flourishing busi- Long may it wave ! T-miciona Appointment : Mr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 2 October 1869

- y - .V . - ?- JBoros. The Bore is a plantigrade herbivorous and carnivorous mammal of the genics homo. It is a biped of the rodent (and sometimes of the ru minant) order, and is of gregarious habits. It is from four to six feet high, and wide in proportion, having a kind of flesh color. It preys on bnman beings which it "chaws." Instead of burrowing in the ground, or hid ing in hollow trees in the woods and moun .tains, a-j it ought to do, it flocka to large towns and cities where it live3 on the public streets, chiefly at the corners thereof. Although very annoying it is not exactly fe rocious, and it is against the lawB to destroy it without just provocation, bucu an act would be classed under the head of "Cruelty to Ani. mail." Bore3 may be divided into six clatses, as fol lows : 1. The Button-holers. 2. Tha "O-By-tho-ways." 3. The "Says-I's." s $pljhe "You-knows.' ' 5 h5-Tho "They-Eays." G. The "You-don't-hnppen-to-bave-two-bits about-you,-do-you V" The Button-holer lies in am...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
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