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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 23 January 1869

i 1 I their, sharp edges cat our mule' hooft, and "rendered looting exceedingly insecure. Tho soil formed by the decorniKMitic-rt of this mat paii rock forms, when thorough waked in the wet season, n remarkably tenacious miry clay, Tyhich alone, even if thore were no dif ficult canyons, would at times make a road quito inipossnbfo. The mules struggled on over this rough table-land, and about the iniddlo of tho after noon brought us to a singular depression, whore wo found water and camiied. A granite cone rose out of the vuil puis, and all around its base tho strata have been wore away, leaving a round basin, in the mid dle of which is tho cono of 1,500 or 1,800 feet height Here is permanent water in tank, and a good camp ground; grass, in groat quantities and of excellent kind, abounds alt ever the neighboring hills and mesa, and wood enough for all camp purposes may bo collected from the scrubby cedars. Mr. tla'r dener climbed the cone on the following day, while T explored the ca...

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. — 30 January 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. 'THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAI'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. stjiihc nixrrio?r : One Copy, One Year .$700 Six Months 4 00 " Three Monthi, 2 50 filnitW Copies 25 Piprrt will not be rut unle ptd for In ad 7nre, nd will tnrarioWy tie discontinued at the end rtbe M for. One mw. one time, 3.n0; ecl 4Hi4l time. II Jo. Each additional square, rune rale. A liberal dUcount will be md to perwm co tlnolnc the tuno advcrtUcmeot for three, lx,or twelve mootbt. Profnttonal or buln card Inserted upon reasonable term. ft" Leqat Tenrirr crf taim ai par ia paymtni ftr tuktcriptie, Jrrrt(t(ng anttjaS work. lent Tt. Makio, Mifcw uA rYUior .Directory of Yavapai County. Duuvt Jwf. w. r Trtn. PrvWU i( . Illir UM ttSOOK. DWtrfcl AtlucMT JO X. Its"rl:t, Sttrti .. . A. J. KGOI.S. Oa.tr lUwdfT. .Inn II Brn. Canty Trun WltXISM COST, Of W DUtrtrt CmHl IXW. WUU, J . TURKS Or COURTS . IKstrtrl Cwrt rtnlMowUr-flf ApilMittnt M1at f OrWbt U ttrk T r. ...

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. — 30 January 1869

iH ATWtl)A i ? -f J. skkkK ...... . ikv am '' ci . .AriKorm 'IVrritory. MOUNINO. JANTARV 30, 1800. Stt Krnriri.ro .grnrj-. THOMAS ltOTCR U tfc only urijl ogont ft,r tt Mikr la fen t'nwxfem. Onlm Irft at Ml !fir. No. 38 fwCTKt TftofJ. Mrrrhnlit'l IlMiuuicr, Cftllfra ttvt, It-Ww Mit;Bfry, wilt fce protujiUy attrnilnl to. Central ArizonaIta CMof Town. Heretofore, all who have given the matter a thought, have beon of opinion that, in the future as in the past, Prescott will bo the big town of Central Arizona, and it will if its people keep wiJo awake, and prove true to their interests. That rival towns will spring up, we Lite not a shadow of doubt, but that any of thorn will overshadow Pros cott, we cannot believe. IU present start, it convenient location to tho various mining and farming districts ; ta close proximity to plenty of cood timber: its abundaneeof wa ter and building material, strengthen us in this opinion. Here in this boautlful valley, under the shadow of the Prieta ranee...

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. — 30 January 1869

tCl.Ut V C3B' Jla. Vickhov, who H now East drumming up capital to work a mine in this vicinity, Lai, ytc aro informed, written a letter to Captain J. P. Margrave, of thin town, in which ho wiya bo will lw hero early next (spring, ready for operations. Mr.,Viekroy is an energetic mnn, and wo shall wntch for hii coming with some degroo of nmlcty, lielicving that he will be of advantage to tho country, and make a mjccom of whatever ho undertake, Jas. I). MoHUioy, who, for moral weeka psst, has Icon working in the Btcrling and Platanca tninos, called upon us one day this week, and excited in with stories of the rich nc of the rock taken out by him, tho beau ty and width of tho veltu, etc, James Is a firm believer in Ariiona, more particularly this portion of It. Ho came lure at an early day in Captain J. P. Hargrare's company of California volunteer, and like his Captain, has settled here for life. Tiik surveyor who came here to lay off the Fort Whipple Military llewrvo, haro re turned ...

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. — 30 January 1869

ftcjscott rtvcrtiscmcntjs. ." . A Tragical Tale of the Tropics. Jem Jieqt Knyfe iru a Jolly tar, Aboard of the steamship Golden Star, That belongs to Ibv Hne of old what d'ye call, And tall from New York to Asplnwall. Kitty Da Peep was a duiky maid. Whose ftlbw wu In tbe btaam trade; Orange, loo, were in his way, And the Bo Peep lived at Piruma Bay. "One day J son Jaeqae Cnlfe left bit (hip, And acron the Itlhmui he toalr. a trip; And In his wandering who should ho tee Bnt KHty uleep 'neath a mango tree. Under a mango tree, fast asleep, With her bd on her arm, lay weet Bo Peep; She looked like an angel minus wing In her snow-whlle rattsHn and other thing. And Jean he looked and ahltered bit eye, And ware an oath ot tremsndoos size, Tht any party might take hU hat, If he'd ever seen a sight like that. , .Kitty Bo Tttp started up is aUrm, And ilaeque Knife offered to her his arm; You'd bare thought he had known her a year or two If you'd only icen the kUtet be threw. Twa love at flrt ...

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. — 6 February 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 18G9. NUMBER 6. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PHESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUi90ItIlTIO't One Copy. One Year. .. St Month Three Month f . . t . r . . , . . 25 binRie wvfT - rtrt wtfl wt be ent nm pld for In vaJTsna W fMr t dUcontluued at tht tad f tat) lime jltl (or. ADVKIl riHlN-G: 0.f Mure, one time. MXOj rcl additions! ,U1 JtwKMBt wt be mute to prn eon itsnmc same advrt!raeat for three, tlx, or in-1? month. FrA-Wnt wr business crJ Inserted upon TfiwM wrra. tjrtjl Tttr Xtf tlr ' ' par""'' r latfvrfsoa. txlrtrfftlttf mmtjiA Jo II XlHM. MW t4 rir-jfl.vt Amalgamation with the Aid of tricityTho Wolf Process. Els c- (rwili 6aa rrUpo Mifitaf rxi SeUstifie J'rru ) on a table Along one of the wall : a laborato ry in an adjoining rooms a number of tanks outside, to wash the amalgam ; and numerous A. (sr. ilu.it-ilu.n nfllm t,ii ,.f tf,r. i,tMu SOmCWliat n . ti...i ... .f ' : V...

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. — 6 February 1869

sXtimn rBOtt, Arixunn IVrrltory. ITlMMY MORNING KEDRl'ARY H. l.M Rn Frnelso rr v. Tihw..s HoTrji tr ty"B.flwrtMil f't Jir lh )((rn In Kn FiumImh Otdrlfi at his o5 N't JOO"! liovfl. Mrrrhaat'i Klt4l,r-. CUnf street, ImIow Muulgvmrry, trf pruuptl; uttrxlAd ta Mining1 Matters. &UCK Ca.nyos Mr. Behmsn, ami four other miners, who own n bar in Black Can yon Creek, Bradshaw Mining District, left thoro Sunday hvst and arrived In Pretcott on Tuesday, Tie news brought by them Is highly encouraginir. Three of the seven companies now at work there wr sluHfig rrhen the party left the creek, ami making from eight to twelvo dollars per day to the man. The other companies were cutting ditches, making sluices, and otherwise pre paring for work. The bar owned by Mr. Bchman and company is on the south tide of the creek, or rather rirer, about one mile below- Montezuma bar. Before coining here fur provisions, etc., the company pruspectod it thoroughly, and Bebman informed us that lie. would not boa...

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. — 6 February 1869

rv. REGULATIONS With Respect to Domestic Postage on Printed and Miscellaneous Matter. The following regulation, from the Postal Law of tic United State, liayr. been fur miied uj by Postmaster IUrnartl: t'ar.mit bo ai(l for 1pm than thru vwttht. tmtMTilr for ahort trnicxcrcdliiK three jm.iith. ay four or tire innntjia can jay . mrlTly postage fur the actual term of their t. ( r pli'HiA that i, for out quarter and h , .tt qmuter aix) two-thirds, etc, Axr i i to 'jetwven un quarter ami one year can U. f,rriitl at projortinniite tates. rtBiHiirjn or KRwirArniif pr.aioDiciLi May ed to caen other from their resj.ee rve office of publication, of postage, one if eh puWinathm, ami may aim im1 !, e actual Milncrilxr, entitled In tlmlr n,MiatioiK, Wlk and reciripta for the muic jrr ,.t.ikug. They mar alto tate on their u-xtire publication, the ilato when the suUcnptutfi uxplre, to lo written tc printed. aixiniort, boucitioml, ami aoricvltUiul of nmU slut, fcaued Ifm frequently than ..r a wwk, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 6 February 1869

gviwtt g,tlvcvti.dcmcnt Ufa mhm. Ivcscott BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT. (The subjoined extract may serve as a specimen of the text of Lord LyttOn'a new play, The Rightful Heir," noir a leading feature In London theatrical. VlTian speaks tliu of the " Mother 6ea " and her tropical If land -J She 1 not cruel If her breast (well high Against the wltidi that thwart her loving aim To link-, by every raft whose course she speed, Man' common brotherhood from pole to pole ; Grant she hath danger danger schools the brave, And bravery leaves all cruel things to coward. Grant that she harden us to fear the hearts Moat proof to fear are easiest moved to lore. As on the oak whose root dely the storm, All the leave tremble when the South wind stirs. Tet If the e dismay thee, oa the shore Kissed by her wares, and far, as fairy teles In poet dreams, from this gray careworn world, Blooms many a bower for the Sea Hover' bride. I know a land where feathering palm trees shade To delicate twilight, sun benign a th...

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. — 13 February 1869

.MiawwwwpaaaaaiaaaMaaaiaaaaMiaMaaawawaaaBaMaaaTaaaaiaaaM THE WEEKLY jjf ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBIUUUY 13, JSG9. NUMBER 7. THE ARIZONA MINER. rUBUSIIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, J'ltESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AM7.0XA. H 1 7 J I SC rtl PTIOX: One Copy, Ono Vr. $7 00 Kit Month 4 00 Three Month 2 50 Stnele Copies 23 Papers Mil not be -nt unlrs J.ld for Jn ad- -ranee, and will invariant be discontinued at the vtid-cf the time paid for. v AXrVICirrxStJfO; On MUMf, one time, S.O0; each additional Um'. 1 .50. ?aU additional square, mc r!. A literal dUwaint will Iks mde to )rous con tinuing the same adTcrtiscmcnt for thrcej lx, or (HTf HlOlltUt Professional vr business cards Inserted upon f tionMc term. IT7" TcntfT A'o fnlm at (Mi' In payment far iubicnpiift, rihtrtiting on-ijol irorJL Jonttlf. Ms mo; iVlltur and frwrrWtcr Directory of Yavapai County. m,utit. ', r.Twe. iW.JU.. ......). Jlrjtricutflifcon, i.rM AcvtMjr. -Jeix . itpurcucK, R-rti ' A.J. Monar...

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. — 13 February 1869

Irnoott, ArUunn Territory. SATURDAY MORNING. FEB R I? All Y 13. 18C3. Hin Frunflitn A f(ttt y. Thomas UOVCT,I 0 only suthorfml iml fur tb MIXED in Snn Ff7inrUo. Onlrre Irfl at hli iiOer, No. M (won.l So.tr), Mf rrhnt' KirLuiro. CHfml Ut, btor Jltwjtjmrry, Mill b pruwplir ttn4d V. Military Asn Indian Arr.stRs From Thomas Hodges, who acted as guide for Col. Young, on tho recent scout, we leant that the combined force of Cavalry, composed of Companies L, and B, of Fort Whipple, with Col. Young's command, left Wickenburg on the 8th instant, and proceeded to a point not far from the placo where the Indians attacked Col. Young's command, but could go no fur ther owing to the muddy condition of tho country. Plenty of Indian sign was seen, but no Indians. One night, the rascal shoe Into Col. Young's camp, killing one hore. They also stole lire of his pack animal. The troops got back to Fort Whipple Tuesday last. Col. Young and command will return to their post. Camp Willows, as soon as the ...

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. — 13 February 1869

ijscfltatwoMt.. TiiRtB companic of Cavalry, nnd some rta-uit, eru at Drum Ilarrack, California, cn (ho 30th ult., uniting for horiw, etc., to runvey them to thi Territory. Uop lliey w ,11 ft hero soon. Their services arc badly needed. ItosWELi. Thau: lot ami killed John Kinjf. at I.agun Station, San Diego county, California, on the 23d ult. A mcc of gold weighing twenty-six dol lar wm found at the I'laccrlta", ncjr Wal nut Crete, n IhU county, a abort time ago. Mc'ins. WcrtMmcr, Wormier and Lett-iw-n arrived komts In company with the mill carrier. Mr. DUon. Thy found very deep ,.iw an the tHvidw, and Lad a roughtrlp. An xdins ys Governor Glpln, f . tWnk f soiling f bt frm." Iwrvnt mrtall Rtoliftnl C. MeOnrtrdrk U t-riKif of Ar,aml it U ft sUndcr tu ,,ru bim of wWfoB to sell that trbfck he -riT Wa had a ftrtn. Had yvu accusal um f trying tJ wt wHlt feet, himself, ..iami of W Ifcrtsins LH, old cliAlie, pra !.(. Wind t, jaimpw, er anything eisr, t.-.e attwktka nstjkt kic jMWd nwwtUcd. ...

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. — 13 February 1869

The Southern Pacific Railroad. Sma FnU about Mo Preynti of the Work on lhtJiatem End and the Rttevrcej af the -'(fewfaw?, HA" TLftie Ulrcctora of the Southern Pacific KaUrond. - . GV Assuming, from the well-known ablHty df your re-organised Hoard of Direo tors, that you tnran buwnc.g, and believing thntyou now intend to push the long dormant entonirlo of connecting San franckco and New York by rail and Without ferriage, allow me to congratulate you upon your sagacity in embarking in this promising enterprise and the public upon the prospect of tbe speedy complotjon of the netr.L and best teutte. It b generally conceded by tltoe familiar with both routes, that the railroad r.tho 35tli parallel, can be built for two-thirds the cost of the Central and Union Pacific Roads, and that when completed, it will command iuott of the through freights and 7cn -eighths of the through traTel, particularly in the win ter mouths. It it certain that the grading .on thif route will not oust two-thirds...

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. — 20 February 1869

HE WEEKLY ARIZONA VOLUME YI. PKKSCOTT, ARIZOXA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1809. NUMBER 8. MINER. m THE ARIZONA MINER. I'UBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT- I'KESCOTT. YAVAPAI COUNTT, ARIZONA. on Copy, One Year. $7 00 Six MoUh. 4 00 " Three Month 2 50 'Mnt-U Copies, - 23 i'peri will nel be fcnt unless W for In xul rtnrr. and will inmrMly be discontinued at the -i.j ofthe thfie pW Tor. iif nwt. one time, 11)0; eaeh additional t mr It 3e Bm aUdlltonal square, ame rata A ii! nl dkit m t wul to ptfsou ten Htiiimm ihr wme aihertUenietit for three, Ms, or "n-lTr numtb. Vr.if.vx.loftal or twine eardi lnsarted upon C,7- , TrruUr AVrt foXftt o( wir in ynsrnr ' . . . . 1 1 - r 1 1 ... f Directory of Yavapai County. jx.-rtrt Wtr. " J rrnimr JtMlr. llruiKUH 1UO,, HktV . - A. J. MIoSL f'M HrJ. JJ' H. JtBNA. jastT TrtMr. Wtl&SAX COST. rwr t rf lHwH Oknrv B. W. V'Wii, J X. TRKMrt OK COOHTSf IC'Mit-rttrtMrnflafef AftWaWISrtt iltmiaj IVah iVrt lint M4jj la Jutiuarf, April. Jrtjr nOARt) Ol' ...

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. — 20 February 1869

IHI9HHK- cv, l?r'Heott. -A.riy:onn IVrrltorj. SATURDAY MORNING. FEnRrAKY 20, 1869. n Fmnrltfn AKrnryv TlloiM ltOTCKU thr enlir aathortixl rnl fcr !b MlXErt in San 1'ranrifco. OnUn lfl t hi . No. 30 (ron.l fjonrl, llirknt' Eichanr. California trwt, brlow Montgoiarry, nU b f rwoiKlj- attall tow A Word to Arizoniam. While some of our people disgusted with the present tightness of the time are talk ing of going to White Pine, men are arriving here, almost every week, from that now fa mous locality, as well as from Colorado, Ida ho and Montana. Ask them what thej came here for, and they will tell you they catno in search o! employment and a temperate cli mate. They will tell you that the places mentioned are over-crowded with men, that their climate are too cold, nnd'that there is not one man in every thousand that will cor ral a good thing at White Pine. Still, some of our people talk of rushing, furiously, from this country. NW, wc do not pretend todeny the foctthat Arizona has been, i...

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. — 20 February 1869

5M OVY?. . Local Intelligence. A piBTr of eight or ten men arrived la Pre- cott, from Montana laic lat wwlf. Qcaiitz Hock Saloo.v. Fred William has withdrawn from all connection with thU lntltu tlon. Wnv Felend has taken M place. It U no" run by Felend and Maehctt Felend U a good man; Ms partner is ditto, and we cannot but wlu them success. LinoK Miiu Tho mall whlck left here lat Saturday rooming, was a crowder. I'ostmatrr Uarnard Informs in that It contained nearly COO letters, and wo know It contained 400 paper. Who iaji our people are not right on the write. We will venture the assertion that thero Is not In the United State another rtlUge of the arae Uu of I'wcolt that patronize the P. 0. Depart ment an well. Cut- Yotrao and command left far borne Camp Willows Sunday hut Hopobe Colonel and bis men will get ercn with the red-kln I'.ion. Tnt escort that left here with the Sarteylng psrty. tome time tinea, got hack to Fort Whip pic Turdy la!. They report the streams aw ful Wjli. , ...

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. — 20 February 1869

IS II THE GOLDEN SIDE. ThercMs many a mt in ilw road of life. If we would only flop to take U; And tnttoy n tOHo from 0t bttr land, "IfUm queralotM bcart wonld utk ltl To the Mintijr onl that l full of hone, Atid whose beautiful trust ne'er fullcth, Tkc gra W (rreea and tlxt Mowers are bright, ' Tffmigh the winter storm prevulleth. Wetter to hope, though the cloudj bang low. And to keup the ue stilt lifted ; For the sweet hlue sky will toon peep through When the ominous clouds at a MA oil! Thercwas never a nhrlit without day, Or an evening without a uiornlusct And the darkest hoar. as the proverb pxi, Is the hour before the dawnta;. There Is many a pciu In the path of life, Which we ua.9 in our Idle pleasure. Thl hftitfitt ftr tlMirtbe Jqwiied crown, It may bo the lore of a little ehtld, Or a mother's prayers to heaven, Or only 4 bearU cratafal thanks For" a cup of water given. Better to wcare In the web of Ills A bright and golden rilling. And to do nod's wilt with a ready heart, A...

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. — 27 February 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. YOLUMK YI. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1869. NUMBER 9. 'vk n THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED F.VEBV SATURDAY MORNING, TRMCOTT. YAVAPAI COUNTY, AltlZO.NA. 0 Owy. bc Year. $7 00 " t Mnb. 4 00 - " Three MohIIu 250 ef Catd- 23 Paper wilt not e Ht unlet paM for In nil. rutfw. and wW fnntrtahty be dUceotlunc d at the ends the time paid for. ADVKlt I'lSlXO: 6ae tr one "m "W; rwti additional tin, ft1 Ksh addition" afliiare. asme rate. A riWral dl.coi.nt tM 1 mU to rn Mn Itaatax the in idrortlicmtnt for tlirc, tlx, or lr HMmthi. rWwIowal wr twilHi card inwrted upon wwM twwu. pJ)T . Tnlrr S'Mf tal'n nt ftr in ptiymtnt ftr ,iWri'pn. adrrrimni and tr vrtrk. JOfIX H W liter IHhT Hvl tVnfWV or xavapai uouniy. .Directory Ww;fj. Wn V. Trarm. yuli Jmfc HnsKKOI Hrn.ti. PMfMAiun.tr. , . Jens . fitertS. - A. J H (Mfltmln tfn It 1HH (VwttlWI WMJJMWT. chitw Mu QMtt Tl vr. ffnu, J a. TICRMa OF H!l?Ti C.r rVt MMUrt la Jtitwr. Apt. Jatr ttoAno or stT8ni-toKa, t, ...

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. — 27 February 1869

1sm Sk ' Jeffs lSffSI P .fife. i v tProHcott. JVrixotm Territory. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1M9 in PmnfliM ARmcy. Thomas Hottk l la eotr authriid itmi fur flw Mreea la..a l'rf4e Ordrr t(l t hit E, No. 30 Saw) i:'hm. CaRfrntta strrft. Mitt 3fWpSiTjf. M lw promftljr ttrJst In. Mining' Hatters. Jtfadb Canyon. Sinco our last, some 7 or 8 miners have arrived here from DIack Canyon digging, Bradshaw mining district, and all expressed tbemselTCS well pleased with the digging. Wednesday lost, Dr. J. T. A bap, and some 6 or 8 others returned there. Dr. Alsap, who has a store at Black Canyon, took with him a load of provisions etc There are about 40 men on the creek. Poland, Mrsh and others have a bench claim, the dirt in which prospects well. As high as S1.50 to the pan had been got by them. We 'saw a lot of the gold brought up by the miners, at the store of Henderson Co., and it looked as though it were worth $11 the ounce. Dr. McCandlcss, who went thero with Poland, Marsh k Co., and w...

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. — 27 February 1869

Local Intelligence. Fb CiMP Vr.nnE.-Thn mall ctcort from S amp Verde, on the Verde river. CO milei past from Preeott. arrived at Fort Whipple Sunday Tiiirbt last. From Wale Arnold, post sutler, who ic up with the ort, wo learn that every- thing T'Iel w,lon 1,0 lsf1, iVo hlihns ,iai1 8 ,cert Tor some time past, and a part or the U- stationed there were at work upon ft dlteb to carry water from the Verdo to Irrigate the .ri gardes. The farmers were bnsy getting thrir ground in planting trim. Duoks. geese and otter water fowl were plenty. to F JJowEBi ba M his ranch and im-prot"-meaU. on Granite Crtok, bilow the Point of Rocks, to John VUVer. for tha sum ef I4.000- Wv. Givi.v.We arc sorry to learn that our olJ-ume friend. -Wily" Gavin, ! up for White l'lne He has the fever had. and liolblrjjc short of a sight at theolephant will satisfy him. Should he Pu. wish blm the blgRMt kind f luck, la Mag bun wo loe a stratylitferward man. an t iceilcnt Luster and good prospector,. Tbkstmcai The ...

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