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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 April 1866

V (ft , '- s ' ; V ' ARIZONA MINER. . . . , K. A. 1IK.VT1.KY, riiblUhrr. SUliHCUII'TIO.V i pajable In advance, wfthout exception. For one year fS.OO For alx month 3.00 For three month . . 1,50 Single copies ,15 AllVKUTlHIMll i uinire ociaal Urn lint of this letter. One niure or less, one lusertlou. f 3 00. Each inbicqnent . ... tl .n fl,i afimrit tArutlntf fnr thr- lnwi""" cnww. " ,- -1) - nionth, tlO.00, For nix mouth, f 14,00. Kor one year, (20,VUf BUU iuc ue iahh lur ii u.m- titiea. J Oil WIMIK I All kinds of Job work executed to order, villi Wll""lMl .. - - , - .1 m n (inn ml r.nK,,Ti:im; urii-i-m. Crrrnitaeki taken t nr nt thr Arliotia Jllnrr Ofllre. PROFESSIONAL OAHDS. WM. J. BERRY, Attorney ami Counsellor at Law, 1MIKSCOTT, AlllZUXA. Office on Cortex Btrttt, frontlrg tho lMtx. Scat t.lC KEWE.f, LIURI.IliO. JUI1NS0N. La Taz, ArUoni. Lot Angelci, CI KEWEN k J0UNS0N, A T T 0 11 N E Y S AT L A W , I.A PAX, Aiti'O.VA. I V t,, j t;. ntrWtll will jrticc iu hto v.un nl Ariion Terrlto...

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 April 1866

WIESCOTT. AI'IUL.ll. 1KWJ. ANOTHKIUVIOT0iZv"KOll THE VOL t UNTKEltS. . ".i Tws.rry.TWo Ar-Aciirs killed. . ,"v i Wc havo to rcjurt another most s'uccc-Mful raid upon the Arches by the Arizona volun teers On t!ii i!f)th of Msreli Lieutenant P. Cervantes and Surgeon Edward Palmer, with twenty -six men of company A, started from Camp Ltricolh, on the Verde, upon a scout to the eastward. On the first nighV tho troop went about twelve miles, and the next night four miles f'tlio next night twelve miles. iuur imic?j mo iK.i. uigiii. wmt ,miw- to be n very lirgo ranehem in ionto iiasin, lonty that Major From there two scouts wcrescjit In a eoutfi-1 J)Ut thWghl It Imprudent to make an attack 4 (of whose death easterly direction,' who reported seventy I wjth omalin fdrce. Soon after they dis cs notice u else-j miles distant a largo rancheria, with forty (C0Vcra,ft rancheria of eomo thirty of tho sav- TWO GLASSES OF LIARS Wo havo it oirgood authority -Miller, or the Hth regulars, A A t - 1 . M...

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 April 1866

PRESCOTT, APRIL 11, ISM. .1. ........ p"1 : , JAMES SlTlir.Ut.ASII, whoTias been sulfcrlllg from rhetiuiittUtn, in again about. . . . - VYH.MAM LITTLE Slid Others Bt working llpOl the shaft r Hit) Sterling lode. They coutlnuu to tlml rl' li rock. r.F. t'oi'l.TKii, and Colonel Tyson nnd wife, nr- rlud In re last week from Wickenburg, nnd will permanently realdo here. ' ' 1 f 0 Norm In back from Ban Francisco. .Dan lil ond Oforgu Lountold rcsldcnta tf this lrl,of tin. T'ior'i returned with Mr. Noycs. (ii'T W. H. Foim, private secretary to the A ting Governor, A. C. lluncdlct nnd ArnUtrn Ji.iiis'jn, Mine from Plina Villages Lost week. ! Tuk Supervisor of IhU county met Inst work t.d adjourned to meet to-day. One of their num l - Mr Ormit, I yet absent, but' looked for heurlt .1 A .Merrills has started for San Francisco nnd SrwYork with a view td Interesting hi friend in tuf lodes. Ha contracted 'fbr a number of I -1 ji.ielng claims. l.v t inking.the new bliad on the Ilully Bueno I j J ...

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 April 1866

f gvboiui S inn. TIIR OIUUIN OK GOLD. Mr. A.lv)UebanUo. writlntr the New York, 7Vttm front Great Salt Lako City, refers to a young jKHHeM of that elty, Jttss flarati K. Carml thl, whose writings are attracting attention. ' 11 quotos thin striking pocin a. Illustrative of hr ability, and ndds : " No, one tan appreciate , ths strength of thetwo Italicised line until he Is femlllarwlth the mountains wulcL shut .In this great bdsln, alwyst"orn and farrowed down to tholr very hearts, and sometimes cleft asunder from bead to foot."' We hare many such scarred mountains In Arizona. The Fallen looked on the world and sneered : I can guess-,1' he mnttcrod, why (Jod isifeared ; Forth eyes of mortal? are fain to shun The midnight heaven that bath no sun. y I will stand on the hlglit of the hills and wait Whcr-j.the day goes out at the western gate, ; And reaching up to Us crown will tear rrorn Its plumes of glory the brightest there. 'With the stolen ray I will llht the sod, And tnrn the eyes o...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 April 1866

1 ft tt 4 : T ARIZONA MINE - . r'? , ! ' V, " . t I.' VOLUMH III. PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 18G0. .NUMBER' 87 ' K. A. HKNTI.KV, Publisher. HUHHCHIPTION I Payable in advance, without exception.' For one year For six mouths Kur three mouths Mingle COJlit iW0 3.00 1.50 ,25 ADVKIlTISI.VUl .nr ..ihld irn Hum of lhl Icttff. One HOUiirt orieK,iielntrtloii. f 3 00. eb ioWqneut 1 tt .n htin unnnrt Lttlftlllff fftr thrift month. 10 00 For six meiutlii,! 15,00. For oue jar, f2i,00, an J at the same ratta for larger quail t.ti JOtl AVOIllC t All kind of Job work executed to order, with atcti, and at reasonable price. (trrrlihwck- tUen nt par at the ArUoim Jtlnrr Olllt'r. PROFESSIONAL .CARDS. WM. J. BEiiRY, AUortfy ntid Counsellor nt Law, IMtICnT, AIll'.OX. Or - on CuiU Strttt, froativs the 1'laxA. 1a I'az. Aruwiu. REWliN & JOHNSON,- ' A I TURN B Y S AT L A ' t l. PAZ, AlllZOXA. . j j- ill n;rtli' In mil tli Pcmrl otTnz'itia TttriurrriMCflu'uwtWn ritn Cb rtfi itt Jjbmoo. whowtl...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 April 1866

l'KESCOTT. APRIL 25, mmwmmm lliOCBLE WITH THE 1UALAPAIS. ,On the night or Hie 30th of March a cabin at the Willow, on the Mohave road, in which Edward Clower, fi.nne.rly of Proacott, was Mceplng, was totally destroyed by lire, and vMunur'iosi ins mo; ins oouy being burnt to a,crtsp. The story goes that Clower had lost ptvjtorsc mid been engaged for a day or two in hunting them, assisted by a Hualanai In 1-60. dian? On the night in question, tho night of the eclipse of the moon, when Clower retired to sleep in thecabin, the Indian was jicrniittcd vtosleep ,therc also, and it is supposed that he first murdered Clower and then started "theyirc. This suspicion is strengthened by thc evidence that all thearms and provisions had been morcd from theabtn,and no traces , o tba'In)ljan being found. Two men en-camped-near the cabin, thinking the Indians had gathered in numbers, were afraid to ven ture, there until daylight, and they started naxt day for'llardy; tile. After a day or two theyj w...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 April 1866

l'HESCOTT, AF1UL 25, 1800. Tub ColiroruU Legislature adjourned on the 2d Instant' A rin hi been raging In the woodi near nankin's ranch, lor several day. ATTOiiwcr Gkmeiul IUBiironi) arrived In Pre eotl on Friday last, and will remain until after thcM)' lcrm furt. Cam. Welti, ofllio 14th regular, commanding &t Date Creek, and 0. Canning Bmltli, auller nt that arrived here on .Monday. W A. WcituiNonif, of I.a Paz, was here last wk with hl train. Ho brought a lot of Hour and bacon for ''01t"uat,, hlch wa (l,llcklJ' old. W to-day reprint the acts of the late Leglslsture regarding Supervisors and Justices of the Pcsct. Kxtra copies will be scut to each county for the use f those officers. I Wi hear that there It a too of mall nutter for rrtcolt lylug at Foil Wlugale. Ii there no way of gtttins It here! The M IN it it offlcc will subscribe liberally to uch end. Kei.lt & Howeiu have received a large and fine lot of cattle ria the .Mohave road, aud are now prepared to supply better...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 April 1866

MY MOTIIKIrS VOICE. , !IT S. V. W ILUS. Mt mothar'a rottv. Hiw aftn crept IU radenM o'er tnjr Ulr hear, 3.1 In benllm wm oo wini f ltep, Or ttew te the metiiKctoas iowau. I H4ffct lvt hr melting prwytc - ,YVhatMti"w puam ua4ly Uy, Itui Hi tha (till. aHbrokn) air, . . H-r gentla tone rum' st. allnc by ; , Al jmn K.in agjt miuaood ao, Aajl kr a wy ntvthar'a kited. 's-TJiaJaaaa. qf natara aad It nriatt Of beauty thfsWalaparfw ma, uith juu urine name nticftOHMii .Ofwiutt I KMC tr kani Liitaffcl to tm. i avder, mad, parbapa, y laat Mir dr ia an tear : ' f Aad Ifclir i'i ft i It U is f ha Wnt Of fW hil-Jr Tvr; ' INttiMMnt't book fe dm ya. Wit all a Mother's ku yrK I baea beea at at araaltto. Bnattb i meoo-flt t$ of 8priag , Wail arth War arMral like a bride, "V ' Ami alctrt tf isi bar silver what; ; VhM bar Joe tad mi wrdaiH KrM4, ? - iAfi Wplarta tt) Uttht . A&i alt Um fl pufcea ;, t - inrrmrer H infci, taroajreu ute mLt ; WVa a.1 w i ks-.iaty, thc liare I, WWiaiM on yrhotu my leve 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. — 9 May 1866

ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME III. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 18G0. NUMBER 9. K. A. HKXT1.KY, Publlilicr. o Parable In adrtaee, without eiceptloo. .. ' fjs.no reriracji" For six month '.yu For three notlu t ug!c coplti - " AllVKllTIHI.VO l A square equal ten lines of this letter. Oue Mure or Its, one innertion. ? J.OO. Kach Mheftient insertion tl.SO. One vnn Undlog for three months, $10.00 Kor ilx mouths, f 15,w. for oue jttt tti.OO, uJ l the Mine rstcs for larger quan tities. JOH WOIUC I All kind of Job work executed to order, with dlipstch, and l reasonable prices. ALFONSK D'ALHUQUEHQL'K. BV JAM ES I'ARTO.V. This is a grand-looking nntno to put at the licud of an article. I.ittlo known as it now U, the time wax when the world resounded with it. Three hundred and fifty yearn auo it was m familiar and famous m the tinmen of prison, and assisted , 1' .11 ... X - -.1 I 1' 11! ..... i ( . . . juiiiingioii, AinjKiivuu hu Mviiiuiuu now King' commission. are. Me was generally sjjOkcii 0...

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 May 1866

C, the Dei. C7 ; large sui V:1VI marlc u He has complaine d or not being paid by! read with pleasure that the Episcopal Con-1 march. Ixi i having no funds when ! volition In esin W Philadelphia, ;had by the officers ... .. .. . . .,.. ....L it ...... 1 ..!.. ... Let it be constantly borne in mini! that ceaseless" activity Is a re-I Those iv i tit vn v umi ii k iv i hm.-i " - --- i . t I ins hare Wen found tohis credit; ho has signed a bishop to -nzoua. ouopo u mayjquisitc to auccwiuiiy hr.ib , bcoitracta only,to -break them, and he has rivalled the Apache in retarding the prwpcrity wf the country and harassing the THE SECOND VBTO. who were not willing XV.W MEXICO. to think We have it file of the Santa Yv Oaxvu President of tlie Civil Rights bill. Many of thoe who pil (he first ctO applaud the fee I'ltESt'OTT, MAY 0, JA DECLARATION oF PEACE. President Johnson, on the second day of Iks true, although wc have no trcdlloctlon for He cannot U subdued by building .posts or . . . . ... . ....

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 May 1866

rilESGOTT, MAY 9, lhWJ. Tin: Acting (iovcmor, Caitaln Downey, Mr. J.ount, Mr. Harrrm, and others, jald a visit to I.ynx Creek on Wednesday last. Til r. census taker are activity at work In all the counties, and IhMr return arc expected to reaeli tltc .Governor oHlcc during the present month. AcCinKSTXl. Two Uunurca uoiiars a ion m taken up at a late clesiiiiupof Hie wk from thin sorted. A i-tnTibVof the limber for the Wunderllcli A horff-r mill has been taken from Prescott to Hlg Huff. It I not j et known when tho mill will ar rn, orUeUirlt will be brought by La Par or Mohaie. AuiWiBQBt, a sketch of whose history, by Jsme l'arton, the well-known author, In given on th onUlile of the Miner of to-day, Is the valiant Portuguese after whom tlie town or Albuquerque, oa the Hl (ranlc, Is named. He wa a first ckw htro, and a groat man In Ii1 day. Caitais TutCE and assistant quartermaster Hrown leave for licadquartcr at Sacnton to-day. Tbcy expect to'fce absent a couple of weeks. Ad Jutant ...

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 May 1866

. CALIFORNIA POETRY. A poetical claim on behalf of California is put forwnrJ In a little book bearing the im Itrtnt or A. Homan A (Jo., San Krnndico. It awtots of a collection of stanzas from con tribution by local poets to the California newsjmjwrs, ami from material collected by a lady fome years since for a similar volume. Somo twenty writorn, moat of them quite un known in the Atlantic State, arc here intro duced tb the public, and the ability shown in the Selected stanza is by no means incon siderable. Snarcoly any living poet need feel ashamed of having written Edward Pollock's descriptive lines "The Cliandos Picture." The couplets entitled "Evening," and be ginning Tho air Is chill, tho day grows Utc, And tho clouds come In through the Gqlden Gate, " arc also worthy of prniso. h. O. Paige, better known as " Dow, Jr.," .contribute a semi-comic. Ksini-snrimw nru.m on "The Approach of Autumn." Emllie" "Lawson shows a poetic taste, and her linen, Two Comrades in Anns," have been ...

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 May 1866

y .' 1 5 2 ' VOLUME III. PIIBSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, I860. NUMB Kit 10. ZONA MINER. E. A. HHNTI.KY, I'nblUlirr. KUIISCIUI'TIO.V I Payable In advance, without exception. For one year $6.00 For six months 3,00 For three montlui 1,50 .jingle copies ,23 AI)VEKTI5ll A fin arc ciiials ten linen of tbii letter. One F'rqaare or less, one Insertion, (3.00. Kach subsequent ntrvlon unc Rqaare luiuiing lur nine months, $10.00. For nix niontlit, (15,00. For nno year, 1 25,00, and at the same rates for larger quan tities. J OH lVOIUC I AH kinds of Job work executed to order, with 'dispatch, and at reasonable prices. Grren.lii.cka UkMi Jllntr ltrc. t pur at iUc Arlznitn l'UOFKSSIOXAL UAItDS. WAI. J. UEHRY, lttornoy nnd OounselloT "nt Jjaw, I'KKKCOTT, ARIZOVAt ' Office ea Cortex Street, frotiUr tlie Plaza. SCm 1 1. J c xewits. ciuatrg,o. JOHNSOM I I'az, Arizona. las Augelcn, Cal. KEWEN & JOUNSON, ATTORN U Y S A T L A W , 1.A PAS, AlltZO.VA. Z1T E. J C. Kcwen wilt practice In all the ...

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 May 1866

1'HFsroTT, MAY .-8, 1-fM. "C1SLEIUTV, CERTAIN TV AND SECU RITY." Theso aro the time-honored watchwords of tho Postofllce Detartment, and but that )rt the malls with " re eri - projoe to transport ty, certainty and security," havinf been do VLV V 7 " ' a'",and Mexican StcamShip Comtny, In the to,theintnictwnsor thel)orrtiiMnt tob d- i i, . . . .i . n j - . , . "dally Alia, announcing that the steamer Oit- f Tl r ' A.' (HCt IT' ould leave San Kranci.eo for Port I,abel 1 AJZ I if . ? 'i T'" 1 th 12ti infant. Jlefore thb .he ha, ar- largei,and whatever mey 1 the ,lo of eon- rt, ftt Uat , wc h M veyanco ncceswxry to nsure it 'celoritv. cr- i . , . t r . , " . , be made in alut neven dnj. We hoje suf tamty and security and lwvc tho wefor- ftJ , . , , fence over nil nthorl n,i . .i ! 't patronage will be shown tko enterpme eidefcd." Of cpurso the bids of the present contract or were, made and received ujwn Urn ba.1, and yet how grossly bos it been disregarded. There, has been no appeal, to...

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 May 1866

. r y I-'IKSCOTT.MAY W, ISM. JtiiORTiiiNr.il lectured ni the court home on rucsday evening, the IStb Instant. There was a good audience. Pavip Hitchcock, l'rotKitfl Judge of Yutna Count', haa rulgncd, being atom to have tu Territory. Van Smith bih! Christie Iwve bought the Swill- 1.... .nil) ... UM,.t-., I. . Ill t.Hlrtu.lb.tat,, ..... 11 Ull IMS' UIV.IKIH l".l.l. - - (uiAttViMX VnnT orCTiicton, having btenap- I'VIIH U svaaaa S s.vUt,r. IIW I WUlllVi Mr. lit sh and wife ami "(Major Van HlbWrar- if l iiLiu Luis iuuriiifir Irani uiunniL fin Dn lsv 1..-M bought- him a snog cottajc on tflrsnltp Hfri'et. Ann 1 iitabltlt. rlrWftaisltlflri fh Alles Cit-LUMiinit, Kfj., of Walnut Ore, u.i in Prrikrlltf.-ml Mlltlftav Pimr nClil um. a brother In law, Air. .MiUkk, and Other friends Eoutcd with their iatttor. , . , ' F )i imi or Jt lt. The cteutrniiMof the Wo. k rHoiktv appointed to Wile' pfjrtrltoiu fur EIk ctkbration of the &urlh of July have sked he Ar tin j (iovrnor to deliver at) oratio...

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 May 1866

Srkoiui TUK MINES. i. IJrltic tljc nation's Trenltli to Ihc nation's need, Let the golden v. lns of the mountain hleid, Uld the frallltl imWn oTillvt r start From tfw sordfd dauHi or the earth' black, Wrt. TW are, liunlii(c rubles that gem the sod TJ.,n ure IruiupietfeinnrU where tbc Uttlo trod ; I lure arr brilltenls throbbing wlthxlorlous lift, Sktterrr.MIke chat! on the field or Art fa : . 1 et tlMs i4lre hand r the nation sleeps Cold on tire key urtbe treasure hearts; And Columbia's neod Is In whliper told U Iwre lier rircrs dah on ft chore or told ; J hero her emptor hill In their pride look down On i the goldcn.frinRu or their mantles brown s YV hero the wolwini kIImcii on ootid as bright, And the soil Is iiia.iijflt .1 with silver light. I the winn, true llgU or Uie nation's vein . Less than tho dint ( the y.-ltow plains, That wo he.tr- tho cry or the treasury's need, hero trampled Ui oi,M wtultant bleed.? ' lIfart-cIo.uunco, src iliy bright lit dumbr Sonl-poncr, is thy arm o...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 June 1866

ARIZONA MINER. v 4 A . 4- irr r t t i I; iii PIIICSCOTT, AIlIfc'ONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, I860. NUMBER -Ik lVtHtt K. A. IlKVrf.KY, (ublliher. HUHSCllII'TION l For one year, j.w For sir mouths, For three months, L"0 Parable in advance without exception. AUVKIlTINI.YUl A Miusre cnunls tcu line of IliU letter. One I .,nA tmuWlMti S'i fYl Vq.l arilMfV. . ... I .1,... ftl f-A . IIII.PH fip J Oil WOIUCl AH Klnas or jou worK excewca to oracr, wiw (Irctnhark Ukrn ir nt tli Arlninn Intr Ofllre. ' ARIZONA. tlic Governorship. Air. GoodwiiiV I'ladd as Chief Justice ytn at the cirno time l.'llci 1 by Turner; of PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WM. J. IJBKIIY, II A T ttornev unci uouiifenor nv lUlKSCOTT, AllIZOW. : oa CorUx Street, fronUrR the I'laza. SCia Loi Angeics, wu. CIUi.K0. JOIISSO U I'm, ArUona. KEWEN & JOHNSON, . . . . . . r. 4 m r a v: A T T U IV l!i 1 3 A L w A " I 1..V PAZ.AUIZO.VA. ' U J C Kewen will rrwttc In all fh Coorts tho apjiointmcnt of William F, Iowa. It ww agreed b' tlic original of...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 June 1866

V Jfsrv I,. 4 i'KESCOTT. JI NK 13, 1C. . THE FORT GOODWIN SCARE. For a part of last month San Francisco was inuch excited over a report that some thous ands of Indians had massacred the garrison At Fort Goodwin, in this Territory. Colonel Cany and others, lately from here, wrote to the papers eocposing the improbability of the affair, but it was not until General Mason w .was heard from that tho public mind was sat isfied that it had been most egregiously hoaxed.' ..Tho Alt wys that the report has been 'traced t to, a mail carrier, who probably wanted'some, excuse to pronounce the carry ing of tho mails here a very dangerous, if not an impracticable, business, but we can hardly bqlteve. it so originated. Whoever its author inky have been he richly deserves the baiter, and if detected ho should be hung to the nearest tree, for besides worrying the numer ous relatives and friends of the srarrison, he judnna the Territory immense harm, and kindled anew the opinion abroad that we are so...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 June 1866

.t rV44v wvivn oil PRE8COTT, JONK 13, IBM. A nASE ball club has been formed In I'recott. rjcsr.iul, JUxniso write that he lia no mall Tuts taxable property of the county of Yavapai u'i- urn i.lrAjifil In hear that Ilcnrr Wlckcnburi' fast recovering, Tub Pioneers have a nice reading room In Stan MnnlMNtriii atrfwf t.. nnA tfiirfr1 nrt fntn1ftv frir I -A I'az. flCC. 1 li-.! VM tiiiuij - U vmvs Hirrnr-.v Ociioa Iim becu appointed n Super ? t. - 1 -r ExPkobate Judge Flower and Johnson, of tlintt COUniy, arc iu wwii, mm jirvjiuec uimiuj,- ... . l.-l I quartz rail! herd Caitaik Wawibciik, Or. IUhnor, and Llentcn .... ...,. l.,nn Its fnwn A rATiUsrrn with fund to pay the troop and MAILS.The following U from the anU tc Ml M - - - C'um,sjh1 other freighter, arrived here on Ihe second lattant, with tore for the govern Lent. Sllvcrtborae & Brown' train arrived on fcjeSluult. Dn. jAMrsOauriM, formerly of Prccott, aud late ofTuoon. U now IWInsrta Lo Auirele. Ill tiny friend will rejoice to k...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 June 1866

i.-SSL THE RAVINGS OF LoYE. i. RuiTOk or Arcd.va Ii.ner-U havll Wen timck worried fbr cmc,t!m pat by the rav )itfi of an unfortunate miner, in a'houso be low your office. He W tteomic acquainted with a fair lady in town, aud is evidently deeidy in love. The other afternoon lie .frightened me so much, by sightac andaroan ing that I was goinjr in to sec what might be the cause, when his.door bin ujwn 1 wiu arreted by the remarkable aspect of things in his room. His table was over turned, and 'everything was in confusion, while the unhappy man, with his hands prewed to his head, was wildly walking up and down the room. Suddenly- he stopped, and placing his hand ujon his heart, he burst out into the following remarkable effusion, addressed to his Dulctnca. I have written down as much of it as 1 could remember, nd send it, hojiing that it will be appreciated a showing what a mair can do and say when he is in love : Chief Indeed, art thou, loved one, ikor beyond t lllrdly that thy njual c...

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