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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 1 August 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLHIE Y. l't BLlsIIKD KVKHY SATURDAY MORNING. A i I'hevtt. YAVAP.ii Cor.vry, Aiuzoxa. TUHMS 01' SUDSCItllTlONi One Copy, One Ycnr $700 i " Six Months 4 00 Three Months, 2 50 ,Sr,gle Copies, 20 KATK8 OK ADVIlHTIfilKd: in.' squire, one time, $3.00; each additional v 1 "o Kiwh additional square, same rate. . i.il discount will be made to persons con- . "p same advertisement for three, six, or n . iii'intlis. 1'. . kiiuI or business cards Inserted upon i i li ti-rins. C t " Af'o' Trndrr Sottt Inkmx at par in payment f su f rtitnm,a(liertiinff and job tenrk. Trniix, liivm litlil)- In iiilviincc. Ji UN II MAItroX 1IBXJ. II. WKAVKIt. l'utilisliT anil I'niprieturi. Directory of Yavapai County. T ' .1 M" VH. V. TPKXKR. Ji i trJmliri- 1IKXKKIAU II HOOKA, V'- nx-y JoHS JI. IlOPXTHEK. f A. J. MonKR. ( 1:i'.-..n!iT JOHN II. IIKHAN, I i.ur,T WlLUAM Coitl, Cur Um'ri. t Cnnrt, I!. AV. Wklls, Jr. TI'ItMS 01" COURTS: i, ... 1 1 ,.,irt Kir Monday In May, awl Taint Hen ri. , ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 1 August 1868

-a.--is 3 12s 1S0M 1,1, Ml af J, H. MARIOX Krrroa. Irefl0ott. Arikutui 'IVi'Htoi'y. SATURDAY MOKJKG. AUGUST 1. 18C8. Mining. A Rich Goto Mist-Tie "Cooqimgt" mln, which is sltuote about five miles north wMt of La Paz, Yuma county, this Territory, is one of the richest and best developed minus In Arizona. Its owner, Manuel Havana, hM spent n great deal of money In having it thoroughly prospected, and he is now well satisfied of it richne and permanency. To jjlve an Idea of the amount of labor that has Wen perforated on this mine during the last four Team, it is necessary to itate the fact that eighteen shafts of from ten to seventy feet In depth, each, have been sunk upon the lode, at different jiointa inside the length of the claim, 1900 feet, and hi alt of those shaft the iode has been struck, thus proving it to be a true rein. The width of the rein arer se,es JrotB 3 to 21 feet; the rock is decom posed aid it very rkh in free, fine gold. A mill will soon be erected, to work the ore...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 1 August 1868

U), INTKLLIfiEXCK. l'ltlVTOTT, AUGUST 1, lCfi. .-,. li . I'iiitv. U" tlwo hone thln more Umn . ' . . ; 1'. t v wU to hmtn life pleasant in rr , .nlW HvlliKilUoA ll, HI it Wi-re. ;,: In. that thlmt if Umt chaste, ial .,,.( in v.hich lead In clitoris and tlicir .. .i and young bachelor ami thrir , i. aasero We tothT muI pe awfty an i -Uricinir. chatting and administering , ml- f the inner man. It wm nnr food , i , li" present, Wmliifsdny arming, at one - tratlivrlngi. at tho residence of M 'ol. K. I). Baker, in this town, ami - i v t'nt n-rcr ln-fore have we attended : i tliN Territory that gave better or more ! - itirt lion tin all who participated in it. -lock in the evening the door were i n. nnd thwgnetts, as tbey arrived, met ' '.. rTpllon from Messrs. Baker and t li-ir excellent wlve, who. by tlio and native of good, hospitable ; Among those present we noticed . . in Major Menhnkcn and wife. Lleti ' ,liirpr,Carrick,Anjtin,.oiBrbee. . 1 t-.n and Mr. tlend, front "Fnn Wlfipple. i ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 1 August 1868

r la A a. San FllANCIsro Aonsrr Mr. Thom.n Royce Is the only authorized agent for the Mivr.it in nn Francisco. Orders left at hU oilier, New Mer chant's Exchange Building, room No. ISO, Califor nia afreet, will be promptly attended to Veto of the Arkansas Bill. The. following is the. message of President Johnson, vetoing the bill for the ndmiMion of Arkansas: To thk House or Hepr imkntativim : I return without my signature, a bill entitled " An Act to admit the State of Arkansas to representation in Congress.'' To approve of this bill would bo an admission on the part of the Executive that tho act for the moro etlicicnt government of the rebel States, jwssed March 2d, 18G7, and tho act suplomcntary thereto, were proper aud constitutional. My opinion, however, in reference to those meas ures has undergone no chance, but, on the contrary, has been strenthened by the results which have attended their execution. Even wore this not the case, I could not consent to a bill which is based o...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 8 August 1868

IE WEEKLY f MINER. XULYM Y. l'fI!LIHEI) EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. AT ruMcerrr, Yavapai Cowr, Ammxa. TKItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: in.- f'opy. One mr $ 7 00 Six Month. 4 00 Tliruo Months, 2 50 -iiile Copies 25 RATES OF ADVERTISING: On? squire, one time, 43.00 ; each additional ,,,,. vi. Kch additional square. Mine rale. A hiii ml discount will be made to pro;u con iiiiiiidk tin- Mtiio udvitWiiii,il for three, six, or lr'f. ioiml or business oarfls Inserted upon ,-iM'i'irii'li- tortus. C rf t '7l TnvUr XoUi takm nt jmr in paymtnt tin iu"n rijKMm, unvvTiittnj anajoe iror. Terms, In vnrlii lily In inlvnnrr. I..HN II MAKIOK 1IKNJ. II. VTKAVI'.lt. Directory of Yavapai County. !i .lr cl .Tiitc V1. I. Tl'KKR, l-r..'..il- .til.lf IlMCKIAH 1IKXIKH, li .v i Atturwy JOH.H Jl. RoiDTBU. ' .1 A. 4. MM)KB. U..mUr JOHK II. llKHAK, I ,. Tr. .l1r WtUAAM Oor, Or ..f IiKtrtet Court. It W. WMXS, JH. TKItUft Of COUHTSi I,.tri' (vHt rkt .MMdr la May, Ml Tainl )Im. I- ,tir Court VUtt iim&tft hi Jaantry, April, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 8 August 1868

ans'xvair.nsiuci:) ix J. II. MA WON rinrroa. l'rawoott, AHoim 'XVi-Htory. SATURDAY MOKNI.VO. AUGUST 8, 1868. Should Seymour be elected President, aud wo liope lie Mill, " the next Delegate from Ariaoim" will, when he arrives In Waging ton, swear that ho is a Democrat, and the jm pers that hnvo been endorsing him tt a lie publican will have to take It all back. A more complete "straddler" than "Pliant Rich ard" can nowhere be found. Not Sathfactokv. Notwithstanding the Republican organs of this coast would have tw belie vo that Grant will curry the entire .votsj of the party of which cirmm$tantr liave made hhn the standard-bearer, we occasion all" ran a emu a "sore-headed power" who kicks in the traces, ami reitoes to pcojiel Ulysses chariot. The St. Louis Vtitt Xeitmng, lladlenl, has this notice of the nomination of Grant: "Republicans as vre are, we cannot but deprecate that the Convention felt under the necessity of nominating a man who never was a Republican, who never jwofeasetl...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 8 August 1868

LOCAL INTKLLKlKiXCK. PRI&COTT, AUGUST 8, IPCS. . .,virrTiiiUTi!B.--'niu jiarfornmtici' ut thw ,f nma-mcnt, Saturday ovontnK lat. vn . v on provlous occasions, owing to i, Mi.it meof the old members of the y.y wro not on lmml to piny thi'lr a !,1 tli ir place Imd to he fllltMl with new , ih. bellows, who did not tiiwlwstand -ill bellows. Nevertheless, we hare tl -,,-it deal worso performances In onrtkjr. , , unir'nriitfrtalnmontcoiMlstedof "Wreck , ,r, Th Pirates' Doom,'' with "Fancy TV leading characters In the piece did t, 1 bad t'"y been supported in u proper ,!.;nc would not hnvu warned m they did, , , ri on. The house was not "crowded from , il-mr.'' and wo ver- sorry that It was not, rt - M'L;iMonle'?bnc!liniirht. The Com v 1 pot perform a.ain until they run g!v l i-'.iction to the public, which they ex- ), able to do iii about a month. . w"f Pkk.-iknt.-- Before leaving for Call I '."iterunt Olllver made a present of Ida . I, n -Bourbon," to Sir. Herbert Roweis. was valued,...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 8 August 1868

he WcMu, rteomi Uincv. 8ak Fiuncibco Anc.Ntr.llr. Thomas Iloyw I the only authorized nt for the Minkh in Sn Franclsm. Orders lelt t Ms otltce, .V Mt clMiit'fl Exchange Building, room No. ;w, Califor nia street, will Ire promptly attended to. The Gospel of Freedom. II r THOMAS I- IIAUIltS. I rtw n Spirit, afrlHVe, nut nmi glarkm Ul the Mnnnlt of A$i h4 lib aatMitrMate of Bgftt, bit Won rtotrtwii Sbtac wHh a Lore w mrud tlet uWntand. ltd x wnt forth, In nut remtetalbm Orar raeh Ma awl esatHwut 1 wo. Walla if Mmpturlnsr earth' dawnlredilm nation.., Wtm Owl Uhs Father! great wwmaml " Bo IVe !" Awl tiwtf wb ffame for a ui In ItmTrii, And taw mute Srptalm gnt tar atmnd, Ami wrth' mt ilrVKe tittftM ritrn, And Um wid MMioa' har Uw robw f (hut. Awl M tha maadate at that wrirttjf A arc! t'dl imllkc em ttw Wart sad Mali of ornei Uw SrM 'i I'nuiliw'i pw HMftl Awl tiw rut ewware touvUJ luk " Aiiid I" 11m mate la my rlttoe attown the lft )ear, Tha nee af lb aagl t uw Ih lmr with ttrt 4rit wb ruto...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 15 August 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLHIK V. AJJ-0V.A. atlNEll. 11 lAMIED EVERY SATURDAY MOUSING. Ar Phwhott, Yavapai Coe.vrr, AntzoxA. TERMS OK SUIISCRIRTION: (lie rpy. One Year. S700 .Six Months, 4 00 Three .Moulin, .'. 2 50 . fopiw ;; 25 HATES OK ADVERTISING: Dn.- nfr-ire, on time, ffi.Gtf; each addftlonal a ti . Each addlHoiml Mimru. Mine rnte. nil dUeomit uH Ue tiitde to persons con- ; uir rnme aureniMnieill IOr three, six, or months I KJiial or business unrds Inserted unon t Ir i niMi tfTHIS. C tJ ' ' Tender Xotet taken at par (n payment f , lufjurijttian, mlt-erliiing ami Job teork. Term, III vuriulilj- In lulrniicc. JoUN It MUttON, I'ublkihrn nm! .IlKNJ. It. WKAVKK. Directory of Yavapai County. ii r w. y. Trasr.n. I 'mm JudKr IIRZHKIAH llkoOKH, 1 1 j ' A ".fury Jons it. KotTrTBKK, " ' " . A. J. Mooms. I i i;i.x.Mr JrtHX . 1ICHAX, I Tr .wurrr WIU4AM CoRr, t jii if lJilrW rVwrt, IJ. yf. Vi'DLLS, Jr. TKKMK Of C0U11TS: f .rt Klnt MfctKUjrln May, and TMnl Mm IT ' t 1 I ' I HI irt Pint Mww...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 15 August 1868

J.H. MAtttON Emtoil IfMwioatt, AiHttonn Toi'rttoi'y. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. ISC. To Subscribors and Others. Persons knowing themselves to bo indebted to tiio Mi.NtR for subscription, etc., will cause feelings of joy to occupy the now empty holes in the ninnly bosoms of the proprietor?, -ttmhet and creditors of tho institution, by re mitting the amounts due by them, as speedily 3 possible, by mail or private band, without waiting to be dunned. We need money pretty badly, just now, to pay onr help, purchase a winter's supply of paper, ink, etc., liquidate our accounts with tlie gentleman who, for over o long past, lms furnished us with square meals, with the hope, no doubt, of Home time, getting reeomiieiued for his outlay and onr inlay ; the kind and generous Bonis who have presented us with nice, comfortable clothing, and who, apparently, have taken laudable pride in decorating our sylph-liko form ami Jacksonian cabau, would, we know, feol a powerful sight better wore we to pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 15 August 1868

LOCAL liXTIiLLICJKNCK. l'ltKSCOTT, AUfJI'ST 1.',, ISflP. ,iivvcl; wo recetvu pressing invitatlona ( ,t,U y li'Mrtwl rancheros tu t life vicinity to j i , .r mi '..iti'd (tame Into their wagon, ac , mi t their places, parlako of the ' , i countrr, and jfot it little fresh , If grieves t to hate to say no to theno it. rri'i'-!.,. liut bis. Is bis. A dUelplc of ji 1 ami Dr. l'aust, who onc Incomes i i to take charge or a country news 4 1 !-lan wcll to all earthly enjoyment, if j . tin duty by tho paper. Poverty compel turn t I-, and tlt various other things Iti lhe J,i tiiiK'. nnil at night l'o mint ronil lile ox t y. ' "'"loft copy, ntiil write, write, else the ' v, ill b to pay. whim publication day comes ,t)'l tin paper has to comootit. When wo , wlndi will be as toon as sulphurets are i itiil nude to pay, we Intend to call i u, l !(' our friends, but until then, wo , i ili'VuU mil1-1 of our lime anil iitten t tl. lllling tip anil di-velopmont of tho ' i vi a though it -limild be at...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 15 August 1868

hc chhj gkvUonn gtincv. S..v Francisco AiiEMi'r. Mr. Tlioum Boym U tbe only aulhorlml ngrnt fur the M ikrh In Ann Francisco. Orders loft hi hi ofllce, New Mrr chtnt'n Exchange Building, room No. SO, Califor nia street, will be promptly attended to. WOMAN. The following beautiful lines of Hannah More, oue of the Ikm t of her kx, written many years age, might be read with profit by aorh "troug minded " worn as are holding convention and pmtlilg about the risht to wear hlgh-heelcd cow (kin boot, rote at election, etc.: As some fair violet, lovtlle.it of the pkidc, Sheds its mild fragrance on the lonely shade, "Withdraws lu modest head from public sight, Nor court the sun, nor seeks the glare of light ; Should some rude hand profanely dare Intrude, And bear Its beauties from Its native wood, Exposed abroad, Its languid colors lly, Its form decays, and Its colors die. So Woman, born to dlrnify retreat, Unknown to flourish, nnd nnseen b great, To glv domestic life Its sweetest eliarm, Wil...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 22 August 1868

DlJLJ E Y ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME V. ARIZONA lYCIIVKJt. 11 bXIMIl'D EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. At I'lirvorr, Yavapai Cowr, Arizona. TERMS 01' SUESCRIPTION: die C"Iy O"1' Vair $7 00 Six Month" 4 00 Throe Months, 2 50 ,gl Copies 25 RATES OF ADVERTISING: On- i'jan one time, Zl&O; each additional v. ?i lvw'i mlillUoml snar, same mte. , . -.it di.cotint win be made to persons con i , v ih' name adrerilscrnen; for Uirty, :Lc, or f. ! months. It ii 1 or buslnsM cards Inserted upon t j i' n term. C, , i Tnultr Xttlt tahenat par tn. payment f rii'r rij-tton, advertising ami job leori. Terms, In viirlullj- In MtlVHttce. J .;rs If MAIMOSC HRSJ. II. WEAVER. Directory of Yavapai County. j t' j Vx. V Ti'wm 1 . Jxlif IIMCKUH JlROOKS. I . t Altunwj JaHX SI. RoUSTRKK, r A. J. Mooa. i r. ! Joan Ji. ftuux, I . Tr-MUW WttUlM COKT, t trk of I)urtrt Court, It V. Wnu, JR. TEIiSJg 01 COUUT81 r,.-r. C irUYUH Mn4r In May, mhI TWM Mob- - Hi ..lwf - I ..art Pint M4ari In Jnwjr, April, Jntj- . ' ' ' !' no krd or...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 22 August 1868

J. II. MAItlOK ? KMTOR. 1'roHOott, .ArlJonit UTorrltory. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST S2, 186f. Shows tut. Cloves Foot. A Washington dispatch says : "Troops will not bo withdrawn from Arkansas or nny other restored Stuto nt present. Tho troops Mill, m in Tennessee, aid the civil authorities, but will not act, un it called upon by the Governor." Anil "the Governor" will be quite likely to cull upon them during the election. Pretty reconstruc tion, ain't it? The "computing" clerk in the San Fran cisso mint ami an outside broker have been making money by a nice little way they had of making "low bar" high. Dr. Bnsitcut toy? : "Strangers who visit Southern Colorado and New .Mexico for tho first time, notico a delightful ioculiarity in our ollmate. AVc allude to tho cooln of the nights during the hot weather of the summer. Ko matter how oppressively hot nrc tho days, we are certain of a cool, refresh ing air nt night. The miiic is true of North cm and Contral Arizona. A California paper says...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 22 August 1868

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PUISCOTT. AUGUST 22, 1S08. Ivjh.1 V'Vsnf.- About noon on Saturday last, sitnul fifty of Indians visited tho bond of V. i ff ( -I't-k A i ulh-y, ami stole a mnlu from Mr. , ,r? . ,n mid n Iiorsu from Mr. David Oiborn. 1 i r,j,. j tlx' third horse stolen from Mr. Os t t'u ' " .'" by tho Indians. U, ;riiitv rKt.Eim.mos.l'ridy last, being the a nuHor-ary of a prominent, full blown flv b!'wn) old bach, of this idaco,ho,aii ha? t.wti1' bot-n Id custom since ho become old e ugh to appreciate' the felicity of single bloi ier, -i give a dinner, and invited a few of his vji i is friends to cache it. Wo were one of at nvited, and If memory serve us, tho viands f-re cb jii e, and the Irrigating fluid mucho bueno. Here not for our promise to keep mutn about i i ur, we would mention tho tiome of this -7 r id (?) bachelor, so that unmarried ladlus , a . if they chofe. "go for blrn," bnt we onn r mi !", as wo never break a promise: No, Mr i at.v. The woods arc, just now, fnll of...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 22 August 1868

She WccMy .vUonn pincw Sin VuiNouco Aon.Ncr. Mr. TJiuums Buyee Uio only authorized agent for the Minku In S-au Pnmcleeo. Orders left t Ills olllce, New Mer chant's Exchange BuHdli)?, roam No. !su, Califor nia street, will bo promptly attended to. Astronomy. Far away from the earth on which wc dwell, in the Blue ocean of space, thousands of bright orb?, in clustering and configurations if ex ceeding beauty, invite the upward gawof man, and tempt him to tho examination of the wonderful sphere by which ho is surrounded. Tho starry heavens do not display their glit tering constellations in the glare of day, while the rush and turmoil of business incatmcitnte man for tho enjoyment of their wlomn gran deur. It is in tllo stillness of the midnight hour, whon all nature is hushed in repose, when the hum of the world's on goings is no longer heard, that the planets roll and shine, and the bright stars trooping through tho deep heavens, speak to the willing spirit that would loam their myster...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 29 August 1868

THE WEEKLY i ARIZONA MINER. VOLOIli V. ARIZONA XIjVJ3It. n -MUSHED EVERY 8ATUIIDAY MORNING. Ar I'HMCOTT, YAVAPAI COC.NTV, ARIZONA. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, Ono Year, , " Pix Months Threo Months,. . . , Nnglu Copies, ,.$700 . 4 00 .. 2 50 25 HATES OF ADVERTISING: Uue square, ono time, ?!J.O0; each additional time $1 M. Knch additional nfiiinro. name rate. u ral discount will bo made to person con dntuuK tbt same advertisement fbr threo, six, or iv. lv months. l'wlesrional or business card Inserted upon rti;.iuilc tonus. C " 7i Tender Xottt taken at par in payment f r subscription, advertising and job tcork. Trrnin, Iiivitrliilit)' In nilvniirr. Jolt It. MAIUON JJENJ. H. WKAVEIL Publllier and I'riij'riflora. Directory of Yavapai County. DUtrlet Judge Wm. F. TURNER, Proiuite JinIk JtR7r.KUll HltooKS, I) A, t Attorney JoilK II. Hot'VTIIRF, S fnt A. J. MtWJHK. (..v llcrtinler John II. Hpiun, I unty Trmnnr, WlLMAH Conr, I ,k of Uintrlct Court, B. W. Wkixs, Jr. TKltMS OP COURTS: I)...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 29 August 1868

2i Jll.JJAUIUN... ...... MWTC I'reHOott, AHnmi 'XVrritory. SATURDAY MOKNINV,. AUGUST 'iO. im. McCormick and His Organ, Again. Having taken it for granted that, in all human probability, Richard C. McCormick, Governor of this Territory, would be our next Delegate at Washington City, wc have, from motive;? that may be easily divined by the pcoplo of the Territory, refrained, tincc the result of the contest was made known to u, from noticing the man and his clique of shod dyite?, except upon occasions when it became actually necessary for us to do so, and in spite of an inward monitor that keep- constantly tolling U3 to unmask the windy hypocrite, wc would not now say one word about him, were it not for the abuso and ilIiiication heaped upon us by his organ that dingy, discourteous, lying, senseless nenspaper ubor tion tho Tucson Ariionian, the ostensible editor of which belongs to and is entirely controlled by the Governor and his clique. Those who know s will bear witness to the fact...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 29 August 1868

LOCA L, JKTLLTGENCE I.n.tirsANT Kckik, Quartermaster nt Cntnp tt,',.,w, brought to town with lilni ten twin!, wlil'h wi're loaded with lumber and ithlnglw nt jes A Curlese' tnw mill. Tlio lumber Is to bu u-. 1 in lb' construction of quarters for the ,-. jh a' the willows. Thctenma Rtartctl back Wc-.'w -lay lait. M' tik.v -Somo timo njro, wo staled, on the iu bority of various nnd tunilry "men about tjiva' ' ll-at but 1,000 lbs oould bu weighed on jl rvli r-on it Co.'s Falrbank, but In doing so wo t 1 o story, as Abo Informs us that he can wolgh evi-r j.000 lbs upon it. Tiik weather was not prime during the early prt uf.tno week. It rained Sunday nftornoon, a5J tliat night it was quite cool. It showered, m several ether days, but now It Is warm, yes An-zosA Hotei., Wick K.vtnmo. Reader, when t i g to Wlckenburg, be sure and put up at the "tia, the bett hotel In the Territory. Per t i -vho lately arrived from there epeak highly ,( i a id it lessee, J. II. Dudley. Dud Is a pio , , r.Ar...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 29 August 1868

hc Wcchlu Srisonii attincv. Sa.v Pkancisco Aon.Ncr Mr. Thomas Hoyeo l Itio only authorized agent for the Minkii in Sad Francisco. Order left nt his olllrc, Sryt Mer chant's Exchange llnildlng, room No. !, Califor nia street, will bo promptly attended to. THERE IS NO DEATH. IIT Dili E. BULWEIl L.TTTO.V. There Is no death I The stars go down To rise upon some fairer shore; And bright In Heaven's Jeweled crown They shlno forevcrmorc There Is no death! the dust wc tread Shall change beneath the summer showers To golden grain or mellow fruit, Or ralnbow-tlntcd llowcrs. Tho granite rocks disorganize To feed the hungry moss they bear; The forest leaves drink daily lllc From out the lewless air. There Is no death I Tho leaves may fall, Tho flowers may fade, ami pass away; Thoy only wait, through wintry' hours, The coming of the May. There Is no death ! An anccl form Walks o'er the earth with silent tread ; Ho bears our best loved things awny, And theu we call them " dul." He leaves our hear...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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