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TUCSON, ARIZONA, OCTOHER 27, lSoD.
N (J.MI5 Ell 3.-1
7 A AT T A AT
A WKISKl.Y I'AIMSIt,
DIVOTED TO THE (Il'.N'J'.ltAIi 1XTEUDSTS
J. HOWARD 'i:r,I,S, I'.UItui-.
TWt Doltiri pr annum, in adranct.
iTts or iiiTriiTisiNo:
Oat Square, of 1 0 llni, or let, one insertion, $2 00
" " " " tlir.t " 4 00
" " " " " one quarter, 10 00
" ' " one car, 50 00
All tcminunlcttlonl nl business letters must be
aildrt'ieJ to Tns Arixo"!", T-ne"on, Arltona.
So powerful was the impression made upon me to be joined by five thousand patriots from Ho-! (Jniltwfr SroRiixa Wioeb OV Hri-rum
ut the moment, though for iumc cause which I singna, to fight for tho independence of Central Ten IsroecV appears to be putting mat i.
was not able fully to uscirtain, that I Rare Italy. through with a rush just now, in Knglatid. (.,
orders and was transported towards the house, '1 ucnny, Parma and Mode na arc in nn un- London papers bring intelligence that he lias
Hut tliero I knew of no ono to whom I could settled condition, and his arms may yet lie made n bet of $10tl,())0, .'0,000 B side, wuli
apply for nn introduction. I soon, however, lurr.ed to ndvantngc. All men who feel the Sir Joseph Ilnwlcy, that Iris horse Umpire .u
uimirc an earnest, teats Loiterer lor Hie I ci ' M lfol). air I n
a yearhn ,
i tor V2,.UU, aim nlicru.irls t M n tor Vi. ih
Hap- havinc won 8,'iOiMl with hn.i .n in . h in tin-
list preaching in the wilderness of Italy, that meantime. He is half I n I1 r t ie c.-V
fvnngel which betokens, in spite of dynastic brated Saunterer, but l,c.,ii'l I , .idenia' U
iesputs, the coming of the Messiah of Liberty, high breeding and pronu-in,; n; jrunce, t !
- is nothing ill him to ju-'ili ili high itin n
lioil'.ipai'lc's I.uve Loiters, entcrtiimeii ol hii merit, !. bis owner. L mj .
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cry out: "Success to Garibaldi !
ho knows but tins man is a John tne
"To believe in the heroic makes heroes,"
says "Disraeli in his wonderful " Coningsby."
Truo ; and ho might have added, to believe in
frocdom makes a freeman.
Giuseppe Garibaldi, from yoiithhood to strong
mid'tnanhooJ, 1 clieved in both, and in the hero
and tho freeman wore blended in harmonious
brotherhood the spirit of heroism and the spirit
of independence. Nor did this united spirit
quail under the accumulation of years, for,
although more than fifty years have passed over
his head, the fiery soul is still hot with the old
In the vernal season a peak of the Alps may
be covered with snow, but from nny portico in
Milan, the far reaching eye will see it girt
around midway with a IjOtnbnrd girdle of green.
So with this brave Garibaldi. Age may whiten
his lock", hut his heart will have the unsub
dued greenness of young manhood.
It is something to look upon a man like this
to follow in tho smoke of battle, and through
Alpine and Appenine fastneses and Como val
leys, an unconquerable spirit to feel that there
was at least, one honest leader among n host
of epauletted, glory-hunting, servilo marshals,
generals, and lesser tools of the arch traitor
Louis Xapoloon, and his ally, tho Savoyard land
The life of Garibaldi reads like n romnncn.
It is full of melo-dramatic and tragic interest,
of hair-breadth escapes, of battle-fire, of trials
A native of Nice, and tho son of a sailor, he
nursed, in his boyhood, a dislike of moniirclis
and monarchies. Ono of the people, he started
in life a republican, with n single idea, and that
idea tho independence of Italy. Prom tho mo
ment he commenced his strangely adventurous
life, we find him the advocate of those lofty
principles wiiicn nava mane lus name t lie syno
nym of republicanism Irom Tnrant to Cumo.
lis read every book, he sought the acquain
tance of every man who could tell him some-1
thing of Italy and her oppressors. And after
ward, when, as n proscribed member of the
Carbonari in lXHI, ho left Genoa through the
gatoof the Linterna, it was under sentence of
death as a conspirator against the foreign House
Wo find Garibaldi nest in Sou'h America.
Hero and republican, this undaunted man rush
ed to the aid of the people of the Hcpublic of
the Hio Grande. Ther fought Brazil like lions.
those republicans, and the foremost man in thoir
met with a person, nn inhabitant of the town, libertr-throb, cannot bat admire
who had been acquainted with me from the time pallant, honest republican, and will every whero Hroeck purchased l.o t, t
ol my arrival. 1 soon received an invitation to
take eoiTce with tho family, and the first person
who entered was the lady, whoe appearance
had so mysteriously, yet irresistibly drawn" me
to the place. Isolated her; we were acquainted;
and I found that hidden treasure which I dis
covered was of rare an 1 of inestimable worth."
Garibaldi nud the lady were married, and it
was a marriage of hero and heroine. Like
him, she was a republican, and like him, too,
feared not the face of man. More than a year
afterward, the husband, at the head of his troops,
accompanied by this fair American Amazon,
suspended his infant son in a handkerchief tied
about his neck, and kept the little fellow warm
with his breath In the wilderness of the Hio
Grand. Anil years, afterward, too, when Gari
baidi was compelled to fly from Home, this brave
woman followed him until death overlook her
at tho mouth of the I'o.
The Itraxillian imperialists v're successful,
and the name of the Hcpublic of the Hio
seph Hawlev, is the most experienced ns
as successful turfite in Englund. Last year ' "
curried off the Derby with Beadsman, and tli s
year with Musiid; in fact, the " cherry jacket
is oftener seen in front in the more important
races lhan any other, and if Mr. Ten Hri.ci',
out general tlio lucky baronet, ho will have
achieved n font which no utlier sportsman in
England has ever been able to accompli1
The enormous extent of the wager, togcil.i r
with the character of the horses engaged, will
- The great Napoleon, when absent on his
campaigns, used to write the most tender love
letters to his wife, Josephine, ilere is one of
Ma short war notes :
" I write very often to you, my dear love, but
very seldom hear from you. iou are a fickle,
ugly, wicked creature. Perfidious I to deceit e
a poor husband and ardent lover I Must he
forfeit his rights because ho is far away, bur
dened with dirliculties. cares and fatigue ?
itnout ins .losepnine, wunout tne assurance n-nuer me race ine mot interesting mat ha
of her love, what remains for him on enrth! I taken place on the English turf since Voltigmr
Grand- was " writ in water.'
What can he do ! A thousand loving kisses.
Ho.vii'iiiTK. The next is curiously tender
Garibaldi then went to the cock-fighting city i " 1 n I love Joa a ult i on lh contrary I dc
of Montevideo, and defended it aguinst that st '"" Vou nr0 nn Wi stupid, wicked hns
incarnnle deiil, Hosas of Huenos Avres. He i You never write to me, and you do not love
fought the troons of Hosas in the field and his your husband. You know the delight )our let-
Moot on the La Pl.tn in aiirht of fTnrrinte . ters ntt'ord me, and et you send me onl
..' .C . .1 t 1 ! - . II 1 ,
had to succumb to the Dutchman, and the re-ult
will be looked for with equal anxiety on both
sides of the Atlantic.
A Leo a i. Akeciioti:.- Elisha Williams, f.i
merly of Columbia county, New York, was
nl,(.nu.nilv tlm MMiiioviifinin wlm ontn. ' dozen hurried line
menced n war of liberty, fell into intestine feuds, ' yf,o with yourself nil day? What important
and rival trailers, as is usual in noiith America,
made war upon each other " to the knife, and
the knife to the hilt." The Italian legion, num-
.you send me only half a , g01ncHmt noled for his d ' ucoce sn(1 , ,
I 9M Jhl.t ' "f movi? n J'ur-T- On one occasion he 'made
bu.siue!U is it that prevents your writing to your
loud lover .' vt hat atlection stitlei and put
aside the love, the tender and constant li ve,
bcring seven hundred men, then ceased their I ro" Promltc1 lne ' "'" can this new wonder
exertions in bwhalf of the traitors to republi-1 1R this cw ,ovcr w absorbs all your time,
i umf.t.i uivi i fu, una, iiii ill u, m, in f im Hum
thinking of your husband t Take earn, .In
sephiue, some fino night, the doors closed, nnd
I'll surprise you. Hur seriously, I am very
unensy, my dear love, at receiving no news of
you; write me four pages immediately, full of
those charming things that fill my heart with
tenderness and delight. 1 hope to embrace you
before long, then I shall cover you with n mil
lion burning kisses. HoXArir.TE."
About this time, the revolution in Paris broke
out. Soon the news of the downfall of the
Orleans-Hourbo.is was known in Montevideo,
and the European sky grew dark nnd threaten-
Garibnldi hastened to Italy. Landing at Nico,
ho took the leadership of n small force under
Charles Albert and fought the Austrian! with
alibis fiery nature in the Coma district. Then
enmc the disastrous defeat of the Sardinians at
Novaro, and the triumph of the double headed
eagles of the Hapsburghs.
Troubles in Home were ahead,
a plen winch produced a marked effect both
upon the jury una upon the court. IIi loral
opponent was n mere pettifogger, but shre,l,
and, as it so happened on the occasion, sin -ceeded
in laying out the eminent counsellor.
Whefi Mr. Williams closed his eloquent nppi a',
the pettifogger rose and ;aid :
" Gentlemen of tho Jury and your Honors, I
should despair of tho triumph of my client iu
this cnee, after the eloquent atipenl of the
learncJ counsel, but for tho fact that common
lnw is common sense. No men could like bet
ter the piece which the teamed gentleman has
poke, tlinn what 1 like the niece. He smL-e
it good. I've hcered him give it four tunes
aiore once in scodack,
in a burelnrv ease
once at Kittk, on a suspicion o stealing; once
Family Discipline Avkcpote of General at Poughkeepsie, in a murder case; and tho
HivELocK. During his stnv iu England, the next time at Kaklak, about the man who w:i
ami Gam- , narrator of this filier.dnta went nr. etpttinir tit , ketched a eounterfeilinfr WaU 1,A nl.M..n -....I ..
baldi hastened along the Appenincs to the gates the house of the Colonel, in compliance with it good, but this time he's really beat himself
n ut the ;.,,;., ,i -r 1t i,.,t .i r. '
llouiba at its
head, was routed and fled beyond the frontier.
In reading tho history of tho seige of Home,
one is forcibly reminded of tho veneration of
its people for its works of art and its crumbling
A shot from the French army struck tho "Au
ol the "J'-tcrnal Uly. I lie people ol the an invitation. In the course of conversation,
grand old city looked around for a lender, and ' Mrs Havclock turned suddenly to her husband
uib uuiuuuuua emuii mm mem iu ieu mum. iind said, " liv the way, my dear, where is Hur
Thc Homuns found him worthy of the brave rv ?" Hnforrinir to her sou nkm h b.l
days of old. Oudinot was driven sack to the s(,, during the afternoon. The Colonel started I for tho pettifogger's client
confines f'I uscany by this iutiep'ul Garabnldi, to his feet " Well, poor fellow, he's standing '
ami uiu -s:iiiuiiu.i. niiiii, him nuuiua m us ' on l,oinlon llnilge, and in this cold, too. i
told him to wait for mo there at twelve o'clock
to day, and in the prctsurc of business at
I quite forgot the appointment." The futher
and son were to have met nt 111 m., and it was
now after seven o'clock iu the evening. Yet
tbe fnlher aeemeil In ltav nn ilntiKt lli,. T1rt.
ror.i ot t.mdo item. Uen. I-e aillant I would not move from his post until he appeared,
directed the gun, and ruined that celebrated , The Colonel at once rose, ordered a cab to be
fresco painting. Another shot fell upon the I called, and, as he went forth to deliver his son
Hepublican relique, the "Temple of Fortuno from his weary watch on Loudon Drid.'c, he
Virilis, broke the cornice and portions of its , turned to his visitor saying : "You sec, sir,
base, and one of the columns of n palace of I that's the discipline of n soldisr'a family." In
HafVaelc wis shivcrcil hy the ciiuuoii bfills. j courso of itu hour the Colonel returned with
i'heRC thinga were too much for tho Uomans. Harrv; who, although he appeared somewhat
An American would have said, rtvn n lihprlv nfra,i i. .t.i .1..
and let the naintimrs and monuments trn. Itut 1 a ar.,i.i 1 T. 1 . uone; but! cannot ear it w ultrnvB r
, -t , " - - c - " wuwniiiv I lit 1 (If I nt, lltJUJl. BUVUIUU Ml .1 J . '
tne uomans clung to their paintings and monn- to have passed through the little afternoon ex- ,u,lw""ui ."'r " "o nan down as mad v
nients, and every shot which Oudinot fired that perience with the grentest good humor, and the I t0 l, , wus twe,vc fn " 1
struck or endangered them, hrssened Garibaldi's feeling that nil was right. Dnguerre worked hu idea out, and fixi il
power of resistance. '".ll?'!f0,' uut many man so haunted by a
rinany, yielding to me general wish mat the 'J he Ci.ejiexcv or Wasiiixotox. The fol- ulcu lonnenien into a mad li
Hut what does it all mnnnttf tn r, n Intvi tits if
the jury ? That is the question, and you cm
answer it as well as I kin, and better t'ew '
.11.1 so tney did, and quickly, by a vcidi.i
AxmioTK op Daoceurs;. M. Dumas relate-.
the following anecdote of Daguerrc : In lJ."
ho was lecturing in tho Theatre of Sorbmno
on chemistry. At tho close of his l .cturo a lady
euruc up to him and said . "Mous:eur Dumas,
ns a man of science, 1 hive a question of nn
small moment to uiu to ask you. I am th
wife of Dnguerre, tho puiuter. Fcr some time
he has let the idea seize upon him that he . an
fi. the image of tho camera. Do you thud,
possible? He is always ut the thought; he..,.,
sleep at night for it, I am afraid he is out . :
his mind. Do yon, as a man'of science, ih.n..
it cun be done, or is he'inad ? I the in e( 1 1
Cain I' 1. .. .....1 n .1 " , , n ....
v.. .'""iiupr, ma iurans, "it cii.in
the Homans clung to their paintings and monu
, .... . . - . ----- ,,I(VV. ,,,, uictiifjak kuwj uuuiur. uuu lite i
ranks was me proscnoed .Mcoan at tne head 01 . struck or endangered them, ivssened Garibaldi s feeling that all was right. I J"'"11 worked hu idea out,
In the province of St. Catharine's, his was n
name to be feared by the lirnganzar. On the
sea, ns a commander ot n man-nl-as
a leader of heroio troops, this
tlinched in the hour ot peril, nor
olateil in the hour ot victory.
nr. On the monuments of art nnd masonrv might be pre- i,..;.. , ; , ,, .. -
w.r,o,.!aud!erved, nnd the prerniling opinion that 'the 1 !;.W'" ! 'noug the collection ofj JuRa
I man never : French must conquer, lie silenced bis guns and "auve anecdotes, published at Pons in Paddy! and if I was ye to
or was over-1 left Home to succor Venice. 1H25. It might havo been communicated to , with Kisses entii.lv; if I
Letter. oh Paddv' -wnt
daddy I'd kill j, ,
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I Silt oil u-na nvnr hnMt . TUa Cuf tf ,1-- ;. - , M . .1 l:l,.!-.- -.. . ' .
. , ' i " , . , X . . hid compiler oy tome rrencn ouicer wno served yr inmner, 1 n see that e w
X'L',?! Adriatic" was left to sing her eying note, under , tLis ' . to bed airly. To tnslo of ye' re breath. I w . '
Austrian uomination, aim the defender ot tbe , ' sUrve todeath, and lay off m l,nnn4l
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St. Catherine's, a remarkable event occurred
iiie me 01 .noai.ii. ue was men commander Kternal Uity, after many rilous adventures '"""luueuce: to joost have a taste of
" " T, ," . "'; "T " " esoapeu, ami came to zet lork. a sotdicr 01 uio American armt had been ' J luri at the mean. -t 1,1
lie uosirou a inena 01 a similar cnar- thus ended the revolution of 1'J. condemned to be shot Th. .,r,.w,.,,..- m. l. ml.,,. m .... i. ...
ncter. In his nuto-biopranhv h utvm : I U'l,,, iUa t-n,...A. a ,,u,.tnn t i.- , ... t i. i i , ,
. , , , , , n- rj .-- , - , " " iHuw-.,iHiiiii "ill iiiud um, avTiirai vi-nra, liau UevOICd all UIS iiiltre
walke.1 the deck of th-lUnaraco with my mind, Garibaldi hurried to Sardinia, and the world earnings to the support of his parents who were
revolving tbese thlniri. and Bnallr came to the knnm ikn ki.tr,. l.t. ...II..,,.. .,.1 vk 11 i. . '
, . i t , , , -- , m""""-'.' ' " w. ---e- Mu ubu musninsnon tt r
conelosloH to seek for some lady pos-essing tbe country where he fought ten years before.
character wfaieh I desired. I on day east a , The telegraph informs us that this remark
rataal glance at a house in Burnt, mm! there able man has not yet laid down his arms bat
obtemd n young female whose appearance eipressed his Intention of poshing hi twelve
twt sm as sosnethiag rery exUnordbNw;. i thottsnwi troops to the ApeWtriaw, " sbm ha it
iuu wis iaci, ne commBted the sr , e
a dithonorabl discharge from the p.-h,,.
remarlring to dm otdeers of the c..r. mar .
"If wttaV lift, we may hfli
l plan of osm." '
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