As a beginner you don't need to separate the different sections of the body on different days! You need to do a "whole-body" routine, that works the major movements. Have you looked at the link Stu gave you? Check it out.
There is a well-known coach named Dan John. One of his slogans is "the body is one piece". It's true. There are reasons that some people isolate a part of their body for exercise, but for general health it's way better to do as much good as possible for the whole body at once.
Here are a couple of links about "toning" and the concern that is foisted off onto women that resistance exercise will make them big and bulky:This is primarily about the marketing of fitness to women, but it covers these topics well.
These two are by a female coach who writes excellent training advice for both women and men.Femininity and MuscleThe Toning ProblemThis is a series of six articles by the same woman on getting started in weight training.
The article is targeted at women, but it applies equally to men. A second thing that I have some hesitancy with is the article on creating your own program, but if one were to really follow her advice you'd actually come up with a pretty good program. She relies somewhat heavily on the olympic lifts, which require a steeper learning curve, but nothing that most people couldn't master. I think I'm going to post this link whenever a beginner as asking for advice about starting out.