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title: 'The Weekly Arizonian. (Tucson, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1868-1871, October 30, 1869, Image 4',
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The GonritrJournal '-z krs a decided stand
gMiutwacaan'xrtgKta as airoc&ted by Susan
and Aana aud G. P. X, ere, etc. Bnt per
haps the C. J. h riebs notwithstanding. Just
hear what it says on the subject :
"Now and then tho females who do a wo
man's rigbw business under the name and style
of Termagent, Virago fc Co. ( for which great
hou Aana Dickenson, lire. Susan B. An
tbouj and others are dra'nin?), ttart a new
notion d are ready to scratch cut the world's
ryagtbal won t agree with' them. Anna Dick
enson Bis been prowling about in Utah and the
iking ttat risred her most was that women
did not ride well, like men. She is making
war ott pa.rmers and petticoats and wants them,,
abolished, especially with a viaw to introducing
the ne?f method of riding. She has given her
ideas in two garrulous columns about the n.at
tcr. If there is anything indelk ate which
these strong-minded, weak-headed women
hare not suggested it shonid be pointed cut.
They get worse and worse and are gradually
becoming more brazen and indecent. The
whole tea party of them ought to be put to
pounding hemp in some honse of correction
instead of being permitted to fill the minds o
foolish girls with a mass of prurient trash and
insubordination. What with "Jenkins," Geo.
Francis Train, Woman's Rights, and Fisk Jr.,
the din is becoming intolerable,
P R, WT-nWiVG. &CU- THE W&J11UI AniJLUMJMML&&M W B.MA
w J J L 7 - 1 T J E CI
spie a Jay
San Francisco and Fort Yuma, California
Arizona City, Maricopa Weils, Sacaton,
Swtet Water ard Camp McDowell,
""0r JIOLB6ALB AST) BETAIL DEALERS IN
Forsterdiftg and Commission
We vih to call the attrition of the public
generally, and MerctiAuts, particularly,
facilities for Wholesaleing end Jobbing
We keepconatantiy on hand at
A letter from William Bradford, the artist ef
the expedition, dated Iviptut, Greenland, July
27th, describes the Eitblinkcn, one of the
largest of the glacier, which is constantly
discharging iraineiiEe icebergs into the sea, the
whole shore of which ia lined with them. He
says: The eea ia doted with these great white
Heating islands, which are often from one to
three hundred feet high. In a- single view
hare seen many hundreds. We were fortunate
enough to witness seren bergs discharge in the
mannr first described, I believe, by Dr. Hayes;
and although we were at one time exposed to
some danger, and lost a part of ocr photo
graphic materials by the wave which rolied
thiity feet high upon the rocks, yet all of the
party escaped without personal accident. 'J he
photographic party heard the crash and saw
the wave coming in time to climb the rocks,
and thus escape being washed into the sea
meeting with no farther mishap ;1iru a gocd
ducking from the crest of the sea. It was a
narrow and providential escape. I was on the
veesel at the time, making a study in oil of the
glacier front, which is two hundred feet high,
ad had we been neaier to the shore, we should
hava been in all probability dashed to piece."
To a people living in a law-r.nd order town
like Tucson, such proceedings as tho3a con
tained in the following, ccnied from the loeal
yf Uo Woodland Mail, will suggest the naces
aity of immediate reform there :
'On Tuesday evening three different build
ings were fired in this town and on Wednesday
night three or four more attempts were made
to barn the place. At last mentioned time
th ruffians commenced operations by placing
a can of powder beneath the ground floor of a
Chinese wash house and blowing up tho insti
tution. The Johns were terribly frightened but
not seriously damaged in person. Half an
hour afterwards fires were kiudled in buildings
situated iu localities some distance apart ru
iftvr hasjt from three to six in number. "
KevT. K. B;ehor cnploys the foll.-wir.
argument in own jenttanoi: of woman's rights:
Man eovrrtih himeelf because h is stronger
and in this world all debated qu- stioag are set
tied sooner or later by force. Moral influence
and public opinion coutrol, because tuey imply
reserved roacs. Iu the rough and tumbia ot
life no man need fear tlu competition of wo
s:a. In a general scminole she hat ail to
lose and little to gain, except a right to scram
ble. In this ru ie world of force aud matter,
strength, when acknowled-ed by weakness,
often becutnus magnanimous, chivalrous, God
like. Butstrength, challenged to a race, asks
and givos no quarter. For woman's sake, we
hate tho very sound of tha words "Woman's
The state ot society is such at Leavenworth
that one of its papers gives this advica : "If
you happen to niaet two men whoformerly
liv"ed in the same town, don't introduce them to
each other, because the chances are in this un
happy coautry, that at least one of them, pro
bably both, did something mean, and ran away,
and don't want to talk about it."
The largest and most General Stock of Gooda
ia me .territory, or m any one bouse south
ot San Francisco.
COMPRISING EVERYTHING THE COUNTRY
AH oar goods are either imported directly of
wuugui oi direct importers, e buy nothing
from second hands ; thereby a.ving tho
San Francisco Jobbcr'i Profitwhich it '
-ill wi ASK TO 1IAKX.
"Live and Lot Live,"
is our motto. Our terms are
CASH. EXCLUSIVELY, and for cash,
we aro always in readiness to supply dealen,
ranchoros, others, with Jgoods, in jobbing lot
Unprecc&entedly .ov for cask
HUOPHR,WIIITItfS & CO.
Arina City May I, 18S9 . tf.
TUCSON, A. T.
The only Newspaper published
in the Territory of Arizona
South of the Rio Gila.
T A TO
Havincr latelv received a
And Express Line .From Mesills
N. 31. to Tucson, A. T.
THE undersigned will run a weeklv two-
horse baggy between the above points, connect
ing at Mefdlla, with stages for Santa Fe and the
Fast, El Paso, and San Antonio, Texas; and at
Tucscn, wi'h the Los Angeles and San Dio
Seir.i-L-kIy Stage Line, and the Wueklr line
for Hermosillo and Guavnms, Sonora : makinsr
a connected stage line fcr any point in the
United States ou the iVjiSc or Atlantic slope
of the centineni, anJ points in nurtiiern aud
aud central ilexico.
Particular attention paid to Express mattei
andcomfort of Paisengera.
The companv are rsiionsible f-r all Esuress
matter sent by their line except aains't Indians
and high water.
Buggies leave Tucson and Mesilla ovcrv
Sunday at i o'clock, p. in.
U il. LiUKjl), Passenger and Express Agn
Tucson, A. T.
DAVIS & BARELLA.
2s3t. L. Mesilia, &. M
wo zre'prcparod to execute
ALL KEfsDS OE.JOE-WOEK,
BILL-HEDS. ' ,
TUCSON, A: T.
jAUJEKUEEK. AliS and PORTER
Constantly on hand.
A. LEVIN k J. GOLDTREE.
11 arch 14, ISfi'J li-tf.
CUC V Ts n 77 ?
5 11 JS i iJ it l I
North-east i-orner Mam and Vine Sts.
Tt CSON, A. T.
I f ave just received a new
stock of Sum it: e r an$ i?a. 1 1 Goods
embracing a geneVal anu ec-.upiote astortiaant
HATS aud CAPS of evtrj description and
adapted to every season,
LADIES FANCY AND DRESS GOODS
A Iarg stock of M Syc ?"iiiaky and
ha oest California Wine- and 13ran3j.
A large atock of Groceries BUTTER
HONEY, CHEESE and DRIED FRUIT
which we offer for sale; wholesale and retail,
We adhere to a ca3h system and sell our goods
remarkablv low for cash.
5nl2 ' " tf
upon the shorlest notice, and as reasonable as
can bedone tins ride of San Francisco.
We would particularly rncommend our sheet
to merchants m San rrancisco Cal..- and New
YoJk, having business correspondence in this
section, as theoulr':idvertisiiig medium in the
Territory, Kouth ot' the Rio Giia, andasTuoson
3 iii a section ot
GREAT COMMERCIAL IMPORTANCE. .
It is for the interest of every Business House
hai wishes to get a 3hare of the trade, to adver
tise n our columns ; therefore, send in your
Address: "Weekly AxiEonan.,, Tuceon, A, T
A Good Book for Agents
I F I C SLOPE!
A Statistical and Descriptive Summary of the
jfwci and Minerals, Climate, Topography, Agri
culture, Manufactures and Commerce of the Pa
cific States and Territories : including LOWER
CALIFORNIA, MEXICO, BRITISH COLUM-
By HON. J. ROSS BROWSE,
Complete in One Large
of 81Z Pages, Price S4.O0.
This is the Cheapest Work ever offered in this
martei 10 ouDscnption Agents, and it is com
pact with usefnl information, inralnahio xrwo
CHANTS, FARMERS, MECHANICS, Etc,; and
w uucpiukoruat. 10 Aiilj UiiASSiSS J
H. H. EANCROFT & Co.
San Francisco, Cal.
TWOSIO MAPS FOR t
tl a fi' 1 ' MI '( II 1 n TT
w a am r r
a m . m j a aa u mm a milk
Two Continents, America ao
rope, and America with
United S t a te s portion on
an immense scale.
Colorod in 4000 C6nnties.
THESE great Map3, now jnst ccmp!et4.
62 inches large, show every placer
tance, an jiauroaus 10 uaxe, anj jj.
alterations in the various European State
Maps are needed in very Senool and
the land tbey occupy the spaeaofona:
by means of the Reverter, either s it
thrown front, and any part brought leve.
eve. County Rights and larze di3ff.,nr,f
... h I
Apply for Circulars, Terms, and sen n-
and see Sample Maps first, if not sold Uit-
on demand. J. T. LLOYD
Jy24;4w, 23 Cortlandt Street,
WORDS OF WISDOM
FOR YOUNG- MEN,
jn tut; xxuiijj xussion in lr
and Early Manhood, with
HELP for the Errin"- aud unfortunate .
sosled latter envelopes, fre of charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIA1I. V I
P, Philadelphia. Pa. ivw if
ALL persons are warned against tresps'-
the property of the M0 WRY MLV1 U j
Work will boresumeu on an extensirescalst-r j
as proper arrangements can be made, 3nd e
dinon ofthe country will justify it. The
has been placed in the hands ot the Militaa
lies or iae unutu oiaies, uy orae, bi -J
Grant, U. S. A. Cotamaudcr-ia-?L:;:f aiti.;re E
of the unoariisrnad. AH just anu les .
againitthoCciuptny xiltbo iettled uiiu;.rn
of nork. Tim unutrsignnd ioi:ii ; s ,
in Aritona lo see that the spm: ihii . n
Howry Silver lilsi U- .
New Trk, Ottii, '(,!
erritory of Arizona, 1
Countr of Pima. f
l'o the unknown heirs of Thomas F. Meier
Hn .1? .
IT il ' - w
an otner persons interested :
V 1 ..'fi..
n! t , l . . .
sujeiuuDi oi me estate ot snvi ripeo, hi
... x iuuuic wun vi earn uounty ana in
uorv, on tne lotn Uav Ot Marnn. A 7) 1-
, ui nine uuimrcu fina inirrpn in..n
anc eientv-eifht iAnf .o fr,.i .. ;
uvitkvi aitiu iciiiiii i nil inu 1 1 m nn v xnmntn
juruer, me administrator thereof.
TU 1 , ,
. -r-- , ' a - ft
am rrooate uourt, as an asent to Uke r -
: I I n '
acssiun unci nnnrcu nt mNnn. i k..-.
" - - r-t v. vu.u llllllir V .Villi llAlut
S" uumu s requirea oy law, will noia uej
same for the term of one vear nKWt tn k
claim and demand of the lawful heirs of uii
At the expiration of oney ear, said mcnenj
uncalled for, will be paid into the Terrltori!
reasury of said Territorv ?n nrdmcei
. - j
wun tne statutes in ench cases made andprs-l
THOMAS M YERKES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT
Taa&acj A. T.
Ja EEPS constantly on hand a large and well as
sorted stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
AI?S.I0a' whi"lb sold reasonable
and a LIBERAL CREDIT GIVEN. Grain Ukta
in exchange, for goods at market prim.
Jsa 1st IBM.
ncson , March
JOHN B. ALLEN
xh Goodwin Adtm Sii3
GOODWIN & SANDERS,
Dealers in General Merchandise
TUCSON, A. T.
U( AVE this day on hand
JUL raceiving, a large stock ef goods h1kjS
EXPRESSLY TOR THIS MARKET,
eoniisliaj ia prt of
Dry Goods and GlntMn TTo 0a pt).Bmj
and Shoes, MiliUrv Furni.himr pnnds of ttti&
cnptions, Staple andFanoy Goods, Belts, Pi'0
Powder, Percussion caps, Ao ttc. whieo tiJ
will ieU cheap for cash.
Thankful for n&itfa. -.f,,u ioIis5
X ' i u fcuW, 1HU,I1IHV
ontmuance ofpublie patronage.