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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 March 1864

SM u.uu; A. Hand, " The Gold of that Land is good." PuutJsnKR. LUMB I. PORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MARCH 9, 1864. NUMBER 1. THE ARIZONA MINER.' --0 " SI USCRIPTZON I ' ? Iu al aijc, wi'joet ex yaw - - - month - . co mouths -opie .... f v. 40 ire i jualH ten Uti of tbla letter. One Ichm, ouc inwKrtion, 2.06. Kach wbjeqaent $1.0r. One square atandiag for three ,00. f fir nix mi-nths. 10,00. Fur oue i am: at the name tateu for larger qtr&ntftiea. STOUT AltiiEOXA of land purchased from the Mexica by Mr Gadsden under th Treaty w 3m. 1 i-5;j. and rriii:!jiHy callfd An il a jjit f the MYieau State ui .So ws a .ijt 46 nui iS iu length, iih an tedth of 130 iriiliw, aim ryjiaMiwI 0 r j uuft Hide, or 2:. ?0U,OiO aces. tTerritory of Arizona embraces nil of Ic pxcept'what iie to the KaHof the of longitude a.id ulso a port oo of -u New Mexico, sufficient to consti i 'f 120,012 faare inilos, or 77,33r itl w?tf?m the fallowing parallels and v i ; commencing at a point where g. of longitude...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 March 1864

i :& ABIZO'NA MIKEil "The Oo'il nf Uiat l.wd is good." T A. Il&rit), PiInlici. m m. " Till-: ckvJoi' luaxErc." give THE WJEASiTM OXSUaOtfA. Tha silver mines of Amonn-rHhtn7yn3yn his tory, and thoir product, with thosu ofeo'fiSra. $Hrmednt one period n chief source of revenue to .Spain. Tu canaries ago, Nvhen tho lMlgriin A1 .... , . . ... tt- ...!.(. I I !.... ...,-... lk miners were struggling- wan uuruariam ujjyu iliores df New iimgijind, ripain established tin um pire amidst hor uji$lfouud wealth, ami drew mil iions from thu very region where tho Angjp-Saxon is now erecting a second era of civilisuition. H is not lieceessary to enter into thu cause of the long neglect of tlic-lu rich loves, It ia enpngh to know that tho world looks with lively interest to their re-opening, mid propef working, as well as tq the derelopmetjf df tho Vftht metallic resources of this imptoii country :rJ not u richer mineral region in fine world, t'bo mountains "urn litoafcv intbrtecaiFwIrJi si...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 March 1864

V V Jt . THE ARIZONA MINER, phb Moiiavb flout!:. Wo havo some interesting ictalltf of this route to California.'vhich fro hope to irinC in our next. Tm: next number of the Mi nbk will bo issued on Vdnesday, March 33u W6 htfpa aotm to moke it u rtf li'y puht icatieu. r. uiM . irryf.au fmm TifrnTi. arrived hero OH mim 3d inat. The latest dates from ,the Slatefi arc hy lway.of Ucnyci-rFob. &d." No important news. ' dilate of "86 Kami was Atdai this posMfrom fcnvl's, our only. orduanceJ .on. the 22nd of February, fen honor of him who wafflrA fti war, drat in peace, fand lirat ia'.the heart of his countrym ea. , Wms-sksse.-The story started ia $omc quarters that Goveruur Goodwin dame.w"tll& pm't oftlie Tern ary "Hpccially to gratify Gen. Carlutou, and that the ;one-al has a larjre ,pocuniay intent jie re. Wo have Lood reaaou to know both assertions I to be without iay .uudation ia truth. li ss Drowmb, the California traveller and author in the Territory, for the pnrpose (as .we b...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 March 1864

POETRY. Tito Song of the Printer. i Pick nnd click Goes the typo in tho stick. As tho printer a tan do At hid case ; , . Mia eyes glance quick, and his lingers pick The type at a rapid pace ; And one by one at the letters go, 'Words are, piled up steady and slow Steady and slow, But still they 'grow And words of fire they soon will glowj Wonderful words, that withont a sound Traverse the earth to its utmost bound ; Word that shall mk The tyrant quake, 4' ' H iLfNl ft fetter of the oppressed shall brwdtj Wf&et that can crumble ae army's might, Or treble Us strtajit'i in a righteous fiafct . ., the true &ev 1 k but leaden and dnmfc. 41 jit puis Atem in place with bis finr Mdtitaraab ; Bat the printer smiles, And his work beguiles "By oba&tinf ft song as the letters he piles, With pick and click, Like file irorld'g chronometer, tiok ! tick! tick ! Oh wfcere is the man with such simple tools Oafa govern the world like if "With a printing press, an iron stUfk, -And a little l...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 March 1864

Tisdale A. Hand, " The Gold of 'that Land is good." Publisher. VOLUME I. POET WHIPPLE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MARCH 23, 1864. THJMBER 2. tgiTiiinj I vfwuwji pi,, i i jianiii.il nn i uawaaBgjgsgBjg" 'f'm'--M1 .udi THE ARIZONA MINER Htsbte In edvinco, wlfiat dcoeptitm Kor one year - - - j - i'or hii woutbg - - .'- - - r F r thret math -. - , - . - - Kujcrle oopien - v - 1 - A riuftro i -4o 'line of this latter.' On mare or less, ouu inscrtiou, $2,00. Bach uh$auuqM, lBortion. $ 1.00, Oue square- svmcimff lor zuroc fer,nth. ftrt.nrt. For nix montfts. io.w. i?oronc fear $15.00 j1 at the aftmc mtos for larger quantities. Foiet ntmvr w. flkuet, Notary Public, j THE TERKITORIAIj OFFICIALS. Our correspondent, " Apache,'" proposes to furnish for our columns, brief personal sketches of the Territorial officiate. We shall try to pub lish erne In each numJber of the M unci:. Despite "Apftche's" horrid name, we bavo reason to hofiete that h will scalp none of his subjects. irti tir ttie contrary, fcr...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 March 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. bvTIe Gold of the Land fa food." '.!. A. BAWD, PwblUMer. 'WHJTPL, WEDNESDAY MA&CB 3, 1804. Jf SJrffee ottf last, he India alarm hM rather in f&j$9$ ik0 aubsidad, although we know no 9004 reason for it. An attack ou Sheldon' Rauch. 2C miles Sooth of here, ca Wedoesdsy of !at week, was attended with 00 great benefit to the red -men. They unfortunately killed Mr. Cos gtove, who was in charge of the herd, and ran osY doen or more cattle. The troops tent from Awe a few dsys before, under Sergeant Ash by, rte said t&il&re behaved bravely, and are still 'scouting tjaat part of the country. Twenty-five men und$j3eut. Taylor hastily dispatched from hare on iMfeceipt of the news of the attack, have retCnod. They visited Lynx Creek and oth'T points, hnt saw 00 Indians. Robert Groom, Esq., of the Upper Hesiampe, was famished pro visions from this post, for a company of miners and others with which he started in pursuit of the In dians immediately after their v...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 March 1864

THE-ABIZOSfA MINER. WEDNESDAY MABOH 23, 1804. Thk cost number of the Minkr will be issued on Wednesday, April Cth, Advertisements should be sent la by or before the 5th. The Recorders of the different mining diatriots will confer ft favor by fending in copies of the rospoctire mining laws, for publication in the Mixbb. Ud a. Lvox. formerly an Indian Agent, and well W.w Maxloo. visited Fort KUUWU m ... Whipple with Colonel Davis and Df. lloNnltgr, tad returned to Tneeon with the former. The California Voluntbkms. We have to reflet that owing to a difficulty in procuring certain dates nd facts, we have to defer the bediming of our articles upon the services of those gallafit troop until our next number. T.iatrr. Viiank II. RoBiNaoK. ofOo. H, 11th Missouri Volunteers, remains at this pout witi the men of that mraaTivifiR by Captain Butcher and Col, Ottawa. He will aocompauy Col. vnaveaonnis rromwuM Grande. Captain Walkb, the distinguished explorer asd miner, leaohud here with King Wooi...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 March 1864

V1tr Fie-'" Three flaheni went sailing out Into she wait Ont Into the west as the sua wttti ilewa -, Bdt thought on the woman whrf Wed hha the tart. And the children stood wasafci!E them out of the ' Iowa ; Vafmem mttst wort, and women most weep. And there's Utile to ears, sad many to keep, ; Tbtmgh the lywbor l.r irt moaning. . . ; "Three wives sat np 1a the light-bonae tower, -And they trimmed the lamps as the snii went down ; Theylook'd at the maull, mm! they lookjd at theahower, And the night-rack came rolling trp ragged amTbrown! Bat men must work, and women must weep, fchMgh storms he sudden, and waters deep, And the harbor bar he moaning. J Three corpses lay ont on the shining sand, In fte mondag gleam as the tide went down. Aad the women are weeping aad wringing their hnnds ?or these who v.-ill revcreoaM back tu the town. Itpr moa must work, and women meet ween, And the sooner it's urer the aooner to sleep, And goed-by to the br and ite monmg." nfr t-wwewiwimmww'9-- . HING W...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 April 1864

r Tisdale A. Hand, "The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. VOLUME I. FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY APRIL 6, 1864. - NUMBER 3 .. THE ARIZONA MINER. T. A. HAND, PnMialier. SUBSCRIPTION i tfayeble to advance, without excepiiottr- For ope year " For three month - - " " Single coptet -"""" m m m JuDV35J3.TISlNG t Ons i MTim-a nfji: t':n lice of litis letter. janare or lew. one insertion, ww- cu uu3quuv ..,i,u ftr.nn Fnr lx months. &10.0D. lor one ?ear $15,00 auo" at the same rates for larger quantities. HENRY W. FLEURT, Notary Public, Four 'Wini'i'i.K,. ; O.K. M'STEE, : . Phjsiciaii aad Sargeoa, Merchants, Tucsox, ArsoxA. u. F Merchant, ' " ' , A I' i , uvin r. wiua. 1 Forwarding And Commission T&rchaats, SEW TOJKE CITY, A StAIfSA. CITY, I the Will make purchasea, ox okdkrs. its Itifttftrn Cities, at tho lowest market rate. Their knowledge of tho eneral trsde and mar cet enables them to dispose of comxgnmm& to tho satisfaction of their rations, and ensures them ciuidr ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 April 1864

1MB-ARIZONA MINER. i ri ', ; "t-1 ', "The Gold of that Land Is good." W A.HASD, Publisher, FOUT WHIPPLE, WEDNESDAY APIUL G, 1801. C2i WOOLSEY'S EXPEDITION. The absorbing topic of interest and discussion in tthis .part .of the Territory, is tho expedition against the Pinal Apaches, commauded by Lt. JoI. King S. Woolsey, which started ont on the -9th "filt. It" fa composed of an hundred men representing all of tho main mining and ranching districts, and i3 a very formidable movement . w agamst tho savages. With scarcely no exception tho-inen are used'to mouutain travel, dool, coura ueous and erJduriiig. Moreover they have hud much experience tn Indian fighting, and having Ruffled greatly from tho recent depredations, they, are eagqfy, to. chastise the wily foe. The BUvcesd they have already met is, wo tru3t. but an indication of that which will attend their march. Undef'xlato .ofA(sh creek, April 2d, Col. Wooleuy writes to Secretary McCormick : I reached here this evening on my return...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 April 1864

1 THE AllIZONA MINER. . IflTJfc. WEDNESDAY APIUIi 0, 16H. Tub Governor 1ms appointed Robert McCoy o Groom s Greek, a Xotary Public. Captain Walker reached the, post to-day, accom p&nyiiig Col. Chavez from uranitc urceic. Tup Rrrtii'Tinv rofl imsta that all neisons havinrr X JtU A.. WIVU .' i UJ books or papers from his oilicc will please return them at their earlieBt convenience. . We arc again compelled to defer pur articles upon . I 1 1 .1-. the California Volunteers. vc snail cenuuny cum mencc the series m our next paper. Ph r ttovernor was last lieatd from near Antelope, inn Tli mid Liout. Nelson are i j lAK-L w iiw tuv w vui - expected back "from Tucson within a couple of weeks. kxv number of newspapers can be sent by mail un der a two cent stamp, provided they do not exceed i four ounces in weight. This tact has not oecu gene trally known. Tun next number of the Miner will "be issnctl on Itlie 20th of April. Advertisements should be sent m Ihv the. 19th. The charges for ad...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 April 1864

PT-:L1GHT IS BRX2AKI.VQ. AT WHwvipr ajzd nor e sftonhi not s!t s down and ilgh, 1 y girt, who8 brow fane fcp'pcaraj- 1 Wjbqm ikftifasfc eyes look royally Backward and forward o'er tbo yews r'Thm long, tong years of conquered time, ;'f Tl pofl!ble years unwou, that elope TMorn u in th pale sublimo, . - QI Hrt that have more faith than hop ! f 13Vdrc not alt ns down and dream , Food dreams, as idle childrw do ; Ify for bend owns,, too many a warn, JUd U'n have worn tbalr channels through, Twit poor thin cheek, which now I take Twist y two bands, caretfdng . Dur, A littk mfDHhlnf for ray uX i . . . Altbotfu' w're far on in th yeer. , , , ,( Ifotrogh iiH ocrr violets sweet, are dead, , 1 The pt Uuro5.Jot from field we knew, , Who knurrs wJfciat harvests may be spread for reajpus brave like me and you ? s Who fcoowi what bright October Hans ; t. May light ap distant valleys mild, ITfeert ai our pathway downward runs, r j Joy meet us, like a qbld. J- 1 ;Wbo sudden, by the roadside slauda,...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 April 1864

ARIZONA 'ITrtTV 1 t- A ITT I Tn " The Gold of that Land is good. PtBLJSHER. YOLUME' I., FOBT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY APRIL 20, .186' V v THE ARIZONA MINER, I A HARD, Publisher. to SUBSCRIPTION 1 Payable in advance, without option,. For one year - - - - , -.-- For alx months - - - or three montha - -V - kSingle copiea 5,00 3,00 1,G0 ,10 AXiVBRTISlWO : A 8anarc equals ten lines of this letter. One winare or less, one insertion, $2,00. Each subsequent insertion, 1,00, One square stundmg ior tnreo sHonths, SG.00. For six .months, 10,00. For one year $15,00 and at the same rates for larger quantities. HENRY W. FLEURY," - Notary Public, Fobt Wuipi Q;H. MEYER, Physician and Surgep Tucson, i Arizona.' WARXpR',&' S'rEYE, Merchants; 1 iV- Tucson.. . . . Aiuzoiu. , '. . L , O. pRUMBJXLf, &AXD EN, W ATW..V. t if .5 , TOTTING OTimO, - - - - -Pi,. And Commission M'erchmts, EV VOltIC CITY, KANSAS CITX, 3iO the Wim, make purchases, o.v orders, in Eastern Cities, at tho lowest market rat...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 April 1864

7? f Tt pa THE ARIZONA MINER, "the Gold of that Land" is gdoV T. A, HASP, Pnlillalior. FORT WHIPPLE, WEDNESDAY APRIL 2D, lTBCt wiiiwwwwiliwmj iiiim w.i i mi i "rhrf in vr-r -t THE JPACXFtC TCADLStOAD. The single serious objectlou to itie Whipple route, for a railroad from tqo Rio Grande to the "Pacific, is removed by Colonel Chavez's cut-off, from Leroux'6F.ork on tie LitUo Colorado, to the great Colorado nnd tho Pacific. By thte the rough country about tho San Francisco Moun tain, ond west of it, where Whipple deviated to the eouth, and Beale to. the north, is entirely avoided, white for wood aqd water ,tho cut-off ia equal to tiny district farther north. Moreover, the most important points, at preseut, upon the Colorado ami in southern California, are in its direct line. Going from here to the mouth of Bill Williams' Fork, or to L Paz, and thence to the opening of the country, mustithcr still run th risks, or, in nmny cases, losjfs their invest menu. f I - W kndwUhat iSFiSWusaerte...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 April 1864

T 'the KizoisrA"iiinNE:; WEDNESDAY APRtli 20, 1861. Thk next number of the Minkr will be iBsued on Wednesday the 11th of May Thr next express for ToBon will leave this pool on Eonday next, the 25th Inst., at 8 P, Ni .-.. . Thk Governor has appointed John Capron, Eflq., of I'ucson, an ah, upon his staff, with the rank of Lleut.- Colonel. wit Herbert Bowers,' appointed Butler to this post, iha cone to California, via La Paz, for goods, with "which he expects to return in two months. Thk Governor met a cordial reception at Tncson, ftnr rrnW In TnhftfV Will rCMlTl tO this I)08t. He IAI1U iiuvi t3v' o " ys expected here in a few days. We learn that Herman Ehrenberg Eeq., of L. Pax, K... Qnn Prnnffnrn. It 18 said that tiC Will h.-?mt Sonora. and uutulbly New York, before returning illis knowledge of, ana conuucacc m, wuc frenUh of this Territory, will doubtless be used to our "ulvantagc wherever he may go. An interesting historical communication from El Wvhho. TexuM. and a letter from the...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 April 1864

m Mi mi p ' t XartUly Ka lloavcnly tntorRU Btft Adam had a goldon coin on day, Which he pat oat at interest with a fow i . . Ttr after yoar awaiting htin (t lay,' 1 .' , pnt the doubled Jotu two pieces grew, . . ltd tliesc two four so on till people said, head " ptfw rich Ben Adam ia!n and bowed, the ervilc Box fjelim bad a goldon com that day, x Which' to a 6(ratiger asking alms he gava, Who went rejoicing on hia unknown way Ben Belim died, too poor to own a grave ; But when h5& soul reached heaven, angels with pride, Showed him the wealth to which his coin had multi- . plied. ! mis Fxitios a:d ai aiucopas. . Judge Allyn, who with Mr. Van Smith, left the Governor's expedition in tho lower valley of the Yetde, and went to the PlnVO villages, hos furnished us tli9 annexed interesting account of tho country through which he passed, and of the habits and customs of tho Pimoa and Marico pas : Wo ported with the Governor'3 party on Fri uay, March 1 1th. passing down the lower vdlley ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 May 1864

Tisdalb A. Hand, " The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. VOLUME I. FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 1864 NUMBER, 5. 1 HE ARIZONA WINER, T. A. MAtfJD, Pa?llhr SUIISCIUPTIOK t Payable in advaaca, without exoeptUne For one year .......... For sis months - - - - ..- - . . . For Skree mouth --'- -Biagle ccptus 1,80 ,10 ADVERTISING I A square eonals ten lines of ibis letter. One fBquare or less, one insertion, .2,00. Each subsequent . f Al no r .... . I. ...... liigeriiou. i.w. uuc oquuru scanning ivr hiiw months. 00. For six months. $10.00. For one year $15,00 and at the same rates for larger quantities. FOBT HENRY W. FLKURY, Notary Public, W uifrLC Arizona. O. n. MEYER, Physician and Surgeon, Tucson, Arizona. WARNER & STEVENS, Merchants, Tuc&urJ, Arizona. C. TRUMBULL HAYDEN, Merchant, . , Tccsoy, . Anizo.sM. WAUTZ 2KOUXTAIN JBINTKICT. Lasts and Regulations for tub iiovKii.sMKNT or Qua :itx Mucus, ik 44 QuAkTz Mountain DISTRICT," ARJZOItA ADOPTED, I KG. 27tb, 1&6...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 May 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. "The Gold oi that Land is good." F. A. HAIVJD, Publisher, PORT WHIPPLE, WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 1$64. ' CiOXiD AWJ SUTLER. Since in the immortal poem of Job, it was de clared to the world that " then? is a vein for the ettrer and u place for gold," men have been diligent, as they were More, in their search for tiia precious roetala Prior to the discovery of gold in California in 1 848. but little of the tempt ing oro had been -found within the limits of the United States. In 178!) Washington, writing to the .Emperor of Morocco, with whom, In 178,0, Mr.. Barclay had made a treaty advantageous to our;comuierce which Congress had ratified in 2787, used the following language : f 'Within our Territories thero aro no mines either of gold or silver; and this yoang nation, jnst recovering from the waste and desolation of along war. has not yet had time to, acquire riches by agriculture and commerce.. ' .wW would the Father of his country, were lie. dow living, say to our exten...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 May 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. WSMESfcAY MAT 11, 1864. Thk next nombor of the Minrk will be issued on KVedneixJay, May 26 Ui. i Tub Military express for Tucaon, ama tho States, Reave this post this moruiug. ' Tub Governor has appointed Hesoklati Brooks, of Goodwin, and Charlo Brfndley, of Ia Pais, to be Kota lieu IHiblic, : Thk Governor of 'California has appointed diaries IG. JolmHon of La Paz. a Committaiouer of Deeds for California, to reside in Arizona G. P Iloor br & Co., whose advertisement will be found in another column, bavc a bonne at Port Yuma, and one in San FranciHco. They are a well known and respectable firm with whom our citizens can transact biuiiue with kuowledge that they will be fairly dealt by. Losst.f S Jbxks and George F. Cooler, readied this post on Monday evening, from the Lower Hassa- yatupa. They report active preparations there for Evorkirig the placer elaima on. a large scale, A town las been laid out in lower Walnut Grove, and several limiidiugs erected. Cor.. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 May 1864

1... POKTKY. Wkm Friends We tiovo. Friends whom We !ot are dearer far Than wealth, and gold, and jewelafcro, ; W Wotrtti not elm nge a faithful irtart Pot J1 Hie pride Much ntorca impart; J ' Ifor would we barter one loved smite Jrt- M the scenes that eduld beguile; tht'TiV not n diamond we ahonld pita T i; Or covet like those beaming eye3 (v'' ; IHioie depth of aaorod troth wc'Ve provad, "Which fondly talli na we Are loved, f Hi All thing of earth from us may sever, f Cut love and friendship laat forever. . v Heart which are true are mtnea of wealth ; ;5; Oar balm in aicknoee. joy in health ; Tongue that will breathe no bitter word,- From whom no malice e'er w heard, : And minda wnteh we need never fear To sawder's voice will yield Uie oar ; II amis which we elafp with faith nnd troat, Ofaoula that when we're fcnrn'd in dust Shall in their mighty truth arlte, And mott egaiu beyoud the skie i ' for earthly store cmiaulu m titter, " Mn But love and friendaliip last forever. " i'.V V ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
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