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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 7 June 1873

gtoait unit gtbcrllnncou 'Tlis Mftontc brotbcrliood of this rilacn were, on Saturday cvculnjf lust, In more tlmu usual noud uiit-jor, from the fact tliut JuJl-u J.T. Alaat.. Hon Oury, Attorncy.Ocnerat Juitie E. McCaUry - -tin many other good men nnd truu Mason, from Yarlous portion of thu Territory, vUltcd iinrt took tmrt In the tirocecdIiiKK. Judge Alsnp was 'once Master of thu Lode here, aud Mr. MeUaffry Is onu of Its oldest moulders. While on this subject, wo might as well say what Is so, that thu Masons of Yuma are trying to oranlte u lodicc, and that those of Tncsou, l'liwulx and Ucrbat talk of dolu likewise. Hhould they do so, the Territory will soon have ur.inu L.ouxiioi us own, imu tiie brotherhood hero will have to sever their pleasant association with the Orand Loile of Ualliornla, under whose juusuiciiuu incy now arc Wo had the pleasure of meeting Oeu. Dclos D. Sacket, luspcctor-Oeneral, U. 8. A., at the house of Oeu. J. J. Dana, near Fort Whipple, on the evening of trlda...

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. — 7 June 1873

'WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PIIESCOTT, JUNE 7, J873. Proceedings of tho District Court of Mohave County. Court met Morxlny, Mny 12tli, lSf;. Pres ent 11-in. DeForest Porter, Judge; Clerk n I -,hi:rUr. diaries. Mitrmy vs. W. W. lAxIge W. Ci. Uhkplr uitltutoil m pUinliir counsel, contin'i in: nt .istde. X Initid being Med, si or Ivred by tbo rwnrt, ce was diunisied. JuiiKntnt fo'r defendant. Trritory of Artv.mn v. Adam Wiley Prisoner vrn brow. lit into court, informed of the nature of t lie indictment, verdict of tho jury, etc., was tikel if lie lind any It-ptl cause wbv Judgment olwuld not be pnaeetl agaltiat Jiim, anwpreI by hi onuniel, akinf; fur the leniency of the court. Court then iironoiiticud een'nce ha follows, to wit : ''It is ordered and adjudged, and the judgment of the court in, that you, Adim Wiley, l conflnud in the Territorial I'risuti for the term of three yearn at hard labor; mid the jail of Yuma county is designated as tuvh prison. Territory of Arizona vs. Michael Dolan ...

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. — 14 June 1873

'I' Published every Saturday Morning, A.t JL?reHooitj Yavapai County, Arizona, by MAKION K WEAVER. JOItM II. MAIUOX, HKMJ. Il WEAV-lt, I'litiltihers rni'l I'roprlatori. ' -- RMS-IN ADVANCE INVAHIADIiY. HUJIOrtIIJTION': One Copy, One Year ,$7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 50 Single Copies,...., i 23 .. . ifc One square, one time, t.'l.OO; each additional time, 51.150. l.ach additional square, name rate. A liberal discount will be mtilc to persons con tinning the name advertisement fot three, six, or twelve month. Professional And business cards inserted upon reasonablu terms. Transient AdTsttlMminU will not be Inserted In tbfi paper until after thr shall bars been paid for. 1'crsoiis sending us money lor subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by mull, wr otherwise, at their own risk. 07" Leant Tender Xotet taken nt par in payment for ith$criptinti, adttrtiiintf and job uork. Address all orders and letters to "iltD MltfER," Pro sco tt, Arizona. AGENTS FOR TU...

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. — 14 June 1873

..MAKION'. KtUtor The eircsUUoa sf t MINER being atfbly grttt. r tb Uut f any ether Arfi rjr, iIdcm aieaer. trjfcfKIlSJUaaTiiUgo to tasks kawwi their baslaats in its advertising columns. T&ers Ii &t a town, nlUgt, military post, fsralnp or mining settlement In th Territory la which tfc jpor does net ercaUU, and oopis of it are wet to every But and Terrltorof theUalosi which, coupled with 1U age and luodia? make It i my ikalrable advertising nodiam. Mines and Mining. Yavapai County; "Wc rtre pfcnseil to bo able to state tint tlic lO'Statnp miH belonging to Mr. P. V. Smitb, which is hitoatcd on Iisssnyatntia creek, be low M'ickenburg, is paying well. Since its nrst start, a month ur more ngo, it lias run with crcat recularity, chine support, direct ly and indirectly, to about GO persona, besides pivirrg employment to several teams. Mr. Htnitb superintends thu work, ami neither money, time nor labor is wasted by him or bis assistants. Ho has abundanco of good ore, so that there...

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. — 14 June 1873

i goal ft QUmttmrnw. Maiio and Dancing for the Foafth. The following correspondence li Id Iticlf a plsln notice, and wo will only say that the music or the Hand bit enlivened our town regularly on Satur day afternoons for a long time, that the Band ! desrvlojr of a rouslBjc benefit, nod the concert proposed will to a pleasant way of closing the Fourth In Prescott i I'iikscott, A. T., Jane 11, 18U Sgt. lUbtrt Jlroien, Chief Mntielan of the 23rf u. .n. Infantry Hand, trt Whipple, A. T. out: anr cillzcm or rreecull at JUL. HoDHNllUIIO, S Committee W. 7.. Wll.SOK, 1 U. Jewkli,, J Four Wnii'1'i.B, A. T., Jure 12, 1873. Col. lltnrjl A.lligtloiC, Chairman of Committee: 8HC1 have tills day received the complimen tary note of your committee, dated yesterday, and In reply state that the 23d U. 8. Infantry Hand will be pleneed to (five a concert nnd ball as de sired, on the evening of July 4th, on such t;rms at may be atlpuUted by your committee of ar rauiremcuia. Keapcctlully Yours, ItoiiriiT...

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. — 14 June 1873

International Travol. Jl'rom the UAI.A.V1 ht Jone.) All the world ii on tliu way to Vienna. The Shall of I'enia, King of K'ingn ami Asy lum of the Universe, will b there. Ivaisor Wtllielm, Cair Alexander, the Crown Prince, I'rincc of Wale, President Thiers, nro to Ire there; the '"Mike of Montenegro may be lliwre; no may Mnrotlon I., tbc llluslriotn, toitrtt by charming ladiei who chew ImjIcI, juint tbelr teeth black, and never quit hU royal jwrson ; so will eniir, ulieikh?, jwhas; no will Egyptian Khetlirc, and Turkiab Sol dan the Light of t lit; Universe, Commander 4il tho fullliful, Herusf of the World, Sir of all Sovereigns; no will Smith, Brown, Jones, snl Holiinon. Jones and Itobin'on, resiles rovers, are ever on tho wing ; but when Ltinalllo, from Ills Hawaiian throne, visit the United States "to Htudy its institution" when His High ness of Cambodia journuji in quest of knowl edge, travel means somuthing. Tho twelve month tour of the Shah is a representative event. Though all...

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. — 21 June 1873

Published every Saturday Morning. JVt A-reHcoLt? Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION a. WE A VI2II. JOIW II. MAHIO.V, JltXi. It. WEAVEti, Itititlahrrs aivl Proprietors. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. BUJJBOIIIXTION": Ons Copy, Ono Year $700 ' " Six Months 4 00 " Three Months, 2 50 Single Coplea, 25 -ATJVJCttTIftWO: One sqnare, one lime, t-tOO; each additional time, 11.50. Each additional square, tamo rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinning the tame advertisement for three, lx, or twelve rnonthi. Professloaul nod business cards inserted upon reasonable terms. tyTrsssleit AlverttsemsnU will not bs Inserted In Xifi ptpar notll aW ther iball bar boa pall for. Persons tending u money tor subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, nt their own risk. fogal Tinder tfotei taken at par in payment ftr lubteriptian, adeertiiiny and job work. Address all orders mid letters to -THE MINER," Prescott, Arltonn. AGENTS FOR THE 3IINEII. am rrtKitcU. ...

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. — 21 June 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PJIESCOIT, JUNK 21, 1873. it . t J. It. MA. HI OX, Kill tor. Ti? dfcaUtlon of the iHNKB klaf-ctaiHcraWj great, tr tbaa that of itj othir Aiitont papier, bsiintu men t. itywWe will find it Uraaiigeoai to sl1l known tb!r fcjHMM la St: adTcrtiiiag coloaai. Thws liMti Mwa, vjlUgt, jnilltwy Jrst, farming or nlil a,-; tetttecMSt In ths Territory In which thVtwjwr doe not oireaUte, aad ooptet of It are itat to every BUte lai Tetrltofr of ta Union I which, coaplel with ltig and lUadlc; makt It I Terjdtiiablea4vertllnginMIsm. Mines and Mining. Yavapai County. Messrs. Frcil. Henry and P. Smith arc get along well with their workings in the Wal nut Grove district. Their water-wheel anil aratra will soon be completed, when they will start in to crush Rainbow ore. We stated, in a former issue, that citir.cns of the Grove were about to prospect tho creek ljottotn. Well, they hare done .o, by '-.liavlnn nunk two shafts, of about 15 feet in daptb, each. HwulU Coarge "colors" we...

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. — 21 June 1873

jWggKLY ARIZONA MINpR : HtESCOTT. JUNE 21, 1ST3. . Agricultural Itoms. A fide Ibrouifb the valleys near I'rrscott, Sun day last, satisfies ua tbat, aliould rain coiimj lu proper season, something llku 1,000,000 pounds of corn will Ibis year be ralaed rlj(lit close to town. Tbe young; corn In Whipple, Willow aud Miller rslleys looked exceedingly well, considering the season. 8o, loo, tbat seen by ua on the rauebca of Mcsm-s. L. A. Stevens nnd Cnraptiell A Dullum. We called Dt Mr. Victor'. nl.r-. nn rirni.li.. -....i. tJld not (to luto tbe fields, tml were aaurcd Hint tJHA.IIJ .1 ITU r 1'l... ......... ... . . '1 . .. tllU IVIfUrb 111 I1IV Wrilllfl .Itl.W I . will be found elsewhere, military Itoms. i,,.lt, - l... .... . ' o --' t. - m i in uour on iiin i.f.... nr ti. ......... i... i lieutenant .-irnnvi.... ...i. i. . ... . ' ""(, lUUllUBjr IU1, I t) nuo ,g qj, UUtJ Bl reservation, arrived at adauartert ilv i,i.r.. ........ eomment, to-day, la out of lb queitlon. Tlieincra. tl)o Verd...

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. — 21 June 1873

. A Rejoinder.. Plti.eor7, Juno 16, 1873. To At tili tor of tht AHtoit Mintt : In your Ust beuc awars an article signed "Vox Populi." Ami though you have fath ered the obnoxious word " refuse,'" which tting tbo irato but gentlemanly author of tbo effusion In question, yt I beg lcavo to say a word on tho nrticlo. PrctnWng, howerbr, that if the distinguished author had bean Icm modest ad 'gne(l his own proper name to the article-, whatcrer disparagement it con tains of myself, I doubtless could havo well afforded to bear with, in consideration of the compliment of having been noticed in tho brilliant production of the gentleman. (He turtly is a gentleman). Hut sinco he has chrxen to preserve his t'n con Iwhlnd his humble wrmdt linme "Vox Populi," and 1 am robbed of the honor of the association ot toe name of the jxowf spout? man. surely the article is empty thunder fur me. So, with your permission, I will just re mark that, as you have n frankly vindicated roe from sayinc that, "The r...

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. — 28 June 1873

1 II 1 JEI3U 3MCX3XT3E33Ft. 3jbliahcd every Saturday Morning, -A.t lI'OHCOtt, Mavapai County, Arizona, by MARION fit WKAVBK. JOHN II. MA 1110, lit;. II. Vf XAVtU, Publisher tcl Proprtslort. 'TERMS IN ADVANCE INVAIUABIiV. str.nscmrp'rioN: Ono Copy, One Year, $7 00 " 8lx Monti 4 00 " Thrco Months, 2 50 Single Copies, 25 s a. A.DVICRTISIN'O: One snunrc, unc time, $.'1.00; each additional tltne, Each additional sqrntrc, same rale. A liberal itlicounl will Iju made to person con tinning Hit came advcrtlscmcut for three, six, or Iwclro niontln. I'rofeuf lou;il and buslncn card inacrtcd upon rensonnhlo term. t!7TrtniIent Adrertlumtnti wilt sot bo Isurtel In thf piper until fler ther nill av la pild (or. Person semlltij; us money lor subscription, advertUln;: or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, nt their own risk, yTtf Legal Tender Notei taken at par in payment ftr lubtcrtptton, adrertiting and job xeork. Address all orders and letters to "THE MINflll," Prescott, Arizona. AGEN...

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. — 28 June 1873

r , J . 41 n : t t Sfl J u ai 1 1- '4 W 1 "lite ess J. II.MAltIOX, JiUlltor. Th eircoUtloa of tha MINER bting coaildorabljr gtwt tr thu that of any o'.atr ArttaoA papsr, btuiatM man ei arywhera will find it uhinUgeoai to sakt kuoura their baiintM In iU adter tuiag colaani. Taert Is sot a town, Tillage, military post, farming or mining ttUlemont In tit Ttrritcrj la which tha piper doet not drcaUta, and piet of It art teat to ttttj 8UU and Ttrritarr of tlw Uaioai which, coaplti with IU ago and lUadlaj make it I tery gentrablt adtertlilag medlom. Our Telegraph. Capt. Geo. F. Price, Fifth Cavalry, and Mr. H. J. Uaitii-?, called on us Tuesday last, nnd gave some new information concerning tho enterprise of connecting military Head quarter here, by telegraph, with Tucson, Ban Diego and the "iiutside world," which nc will undcaVor to relate. , Cipt.il'rico will have cbargo of the soldiers s who are to do the work; Mr. Huines iin the employ of the Quartermaster's department, " aim will havo...

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. — 28 June 1873

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER: PilESCOTl JUNE x6. 1873. i .THAU ' djtttlU & dttliSrulIllltCflnfiJ v""' I Mr W. H W.IILcrafi ha, purchased Jolm (UKbllu t old und Well-known Loot and shoo dory, Montezuma street, IVcrcott, ami wl 1 do beat to please all persous who may lavor lilrn Lnuhll nctory, hli lie. With tliulr IHtrOll.lfe. Mr. LnUL'll lltl rcaUCltS US I to recommend Mr. Wllllicrnli to tho people ol rrescott and vicinity, which wo do. Tim lmr.n.ill- rrnn mi) I'ruaxnlt U nllfl.1l It could be desired. Tho Cut rain will harvest the DOor fl u. Mr. Joseph Melvln canto to town this week from tho Verde, mid hr.ied about tho good crops In that section of our .-mint v. rrhdrli.t v.ttn if i nil t.iii (i.A r..n t..in 11 1 . . 1 . . , Iho well-but bo don't want to bean nntl,)et uwhlle, and no docin't hanker after unotber such "plll." Our therllT, Mr. Jamc.1 8. Thomas, la petting credit for having made a good and csirelul attens ment of property. Well, be detvrvvs It. Stock-ralsera ure JuH besinnli...

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. — 28 June 1873

Tho Zono of Lifo. " Insignificant ns U the strut wc Inlmbit, the tone of life tho air Which not only all that litKiinil breathy and move inlmliit, but in which all vegetation U containcdls dtill more limited. From the Mibtnarino forests in the lowest tloptlnof tliim-ix to the highest altitude to which tho condor foam, nbovo per-jM-tual snow, i. hut twelve miles! Within those scanty limits, nix mile of nir above u, six miles ol water beneath, everything that ha vitality is confined. If the salamander lives in ttie central fire, the exception is ski small as scarcely to be worth mentioning. The air prc.ei upon the earth with a force equal to thirty-three feet of water, and upon every average human body with a weight of fifteen tons, which only docs not quash us flat n pancakes, beoiuso tho air surrounds us on all sides, including our insults, and thereby the weight is balanced. To most ol us, nature is one vast mirage, suggesting in finite delu-ions; and even to the learned many thiii...

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. — 3 July 1873

THUS 3M:i3XT3E33RL Publishod every Saturday Morning, Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION & WEAVER. 0m II. SUMO, HrVJ. It, VfKAVKU, Publisher, and 1'ropri.itnrt. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. 8 UII8CmnTION-: One Copy, One Year, $7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 50 Single Copies, 25 A.T VJO U'l'IS I NC3-: One square, on- time, 3.00; each additional time, $l.M). Each additional square, itme rate. A 1 1 born I discount will be made to persons con tinuing the name advertlircmcnt for three, alz, or twelve monthi. Professional nod business cards inserted upon reasonable terms. raTtniIsat AdvsrtUensnts will not V Inssrtoi In Ills papsr until ftr thsr sasll hats beta paid for. rersons sending us money lor subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. Ut" lqa Tender AVer taken at par in payment tor ntbtcnption, adwrtiting awl job tcork. Address all order mid letter to "THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. .Tin rran...

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. — 3 July 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MISTER: PRESCOTT, JULY 3, 1873. . s ' 3. H.-jMAHION'. IiMltor. Tut dreuUtiea of ths MINER Wing coaiiderably grMt ir thia that f any othtr Arireo pjr, bniin men er. rvhsrwllifia'lltada-Ugeo-s to nika known their Vaiirren la lu advertising column J. There 1 1 art town, villigt, military poet, farming or nlaing settlement la the Territory la which the paper dw a not circulate, aad copies of It ara tent to every but aad Territory of thjUalooi which, coaplai with lusge and lUadiig make It i vr ry dealrable aJtcitUIng raediuro. About Indians. The Apache Mohave and Ajwclio-Yumas on tbu Venlc reserve have been trying their very best to drive the Ton tw, or real Apache, oil the reservation, and Into another vrnr, by faliely telling them that the soldier, were going to kill them. So, Shuzle-l'an, chid of the AfiacheJ, recently told General Crook. ThN gainc w'" nmv btop, as the General lm an Apaclie interpret er who speaks both Snani'h und .tncbe. The mongrel Indian of this vici...

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. — 3 July 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JULY 3, 1873. Remnant or a Phosi'ectiho Pahtt. Mcttri. N. P. Pierce, H. O'S. Watson nod otlicr venture fonc Prcscotlltcs, arrived licro late tail week, from n lonf? lour lu sontlicnslcru Arlznua, lu acarcli of "slilnlwr gold," my little ol which, mc re aorry to have to say, they found. Their course led them from l'reecott to Cimii McDowell, by trail i tlience to Picket Sutlon, Infnntry Camp and the 8au Carlo. Arriving at the carton, lu which the person who had persuaded thttn to fol low hi tn, had Informed them that he h.td found ever oo much pold tn the tin cnpfull of jrrnvcl, they surveyed tho lon-lookcd for spot, prospect d ft, and were scarcely ruwnrdrd with it "color," o, tliey retraced their steps, prospected around the Four lViM,fouud a very ronuh country, with an occasional color of cold. From the Four Peaks they came home via tint New river country, hut did not do much prospecting, as, owlni: to their great disappointment In the S.m Carlos ; ...

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. — 3 July 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MISTER: PRESCOTl JULY 3, 18T3. C5 i i Ap are (fe tre ii n hft rri In P lot Ilk nn at tb. rl th I"! pe Ml Wl wl er w! t VI nl bt tb 01 r! Ol tt cl Im K tt Im u, i Hi P o tl ft h k rt m a a. K b 1; T c c i '41 '1 tt tt 1) II r n t e l w ti f. t c t A Alfalfa Culture. Tt Ii really proDilerfut, in yUw of the great profit te b Jrrived from thccultaru of alfal fa, that more of it U not ninnl. A gontlo mn who bas reti!ol oil the Tactile coatt for twentr yrS i wiititig to the Jlural l're, from Atmheim, Im Angeles County, Califor nia, av: When irrigated, alfalfa will t?rovr on every rariety of koiI anil in tliit ection produces 8 crops of 1 J ton, or U' totn of fine bay each vear. When lrrij(ation it ucd, the- land ibould be made perfectly Icel, and divided into lots, of from uno to four acres, by em bankments one foot hisrli ; the the of the lots depending ujwn the head of water fur irrigation. iiy this plan irrigating is no trouble, the (ate it opened and when the water is 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. — 12 July 1873

1 4b THE MINER. Published every Saturday Morning, At Prescott, yavapui County, Arizona, by MARION Ai WEAVER. low it. luaiox, isf.Nj. ii. ursAvr.il, I'bllficrs and Proprietor. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. sujisortimuoN-: One Copy, One Year, $7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 SO Single Copies, 25 One sritiare, one time, $3.00: each additional time, Rich additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will be rnads to persons con tinuing the samo advertisement for three, six, or iwcitc montiis. Professional ami business cards inserted upon reasonable terms. pp TraniUnt AlrertlnmsnU will not b latertsd la tut paper until aftar thar ihsll hart imea paid for. Persons sending us money tor subscription, alvcrtIslnt'or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. Vt7 Ljat Ttndtr Note taken at pit in payment Address all orders and letters to "THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR TIIC MINER. Sin Frantficol,. P. t'Uh.r, lUomi 20 U 51 Mtr- caantt (.tenant. C...

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. — 12 July 1873

"WEEKLY ATttZONA MINER: PR13SCOTT, JULY 12. 187 I 5 ' i I If a i . . ' ir If. MAIHON. Kttitor. The cirealtfloa at U MINER bwtag coaaidefally fret m thu that at saj ttbrr Aruoa pate,?, bofi&iil ma cr. -7!i will tad It jTi;Uc-oa to sk kaown their bi; la tat admtiiiiir 'ohmaa. Thar ii aat a tows, rtUaip, Military pt, tinning or i mials attbwrat in the Territory ia which th paper dew m SimlaM, ud oo pin of It ar Mat to CTry But iikJ 'ftrrltorj af tM Uaioai which, eooaWi irith luaira aad mallttf , make it nty fcttrabls adrertirliir, mutism, About Itailroad3. We learn from the Denver Tribune the work of grading the Ilio Grande that road from Pueb.'o south is going on. The Atchison, Tupeka and Santa Fe Hail way I to Ihj extended from its terminus, at the" west line of Katisnx, to Granda, in Col orado. t'oneerninc the Atlantic and Pacific, we hare the following from New York, under date of June 2o: A Per man)' twaeMftl, a netln of the tfoekhobl ertof the Atlaotliaad I'hM' ltalltuad aat ...

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