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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 July 1873

WEEKLY AIITZONA MINER : PKESCOTT, JULY 1873. Tun Fouhth wo a very "warm" day, In more -respects than one. The clock had scarcely etruck tnclrc on Tliurad.ir night, when tho "boys" of Fort Whipple and l'rescott opened their unrll batteries nnd saluted thu liotilu day which gnvu freedom 10 their country. Thl "blar.lnn nway" was kept up at both places Until far Into the night of tho good dny, Thcru was Imt little drunken ncaaat either place, although good cheer prevail cd and was the order nt both places. We visited Whipple and had thu pleasure of dining with Drs. IJiillcy and Davis, and Mcsu. Johnson, Davidson and other KOod-natured, Jo'.ly patriot. The evening, in town, was spent In listening to the music of the 23d Infmtry band, m well as In dancing, feasting and other appropriate carryings on. While our people cannot boast of having had a "glorious" celebration, they enjoyed themselves nnd retired to sleep, firmly believing In the grand futuie of Columbia, nnd In that manifest dest...

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. — 12 July 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JULY 12, Tho Frocdmen'a Friend. Trc-m the Xan Krnneiseo IliaMtwr) Wo niolcO fit no man's misfortune, but if that pious old fraud Oliver O. Howard comes to grief with Lin pet Frecdmen' Uurcau, it will ho no source of sorrow to our heart. Tlio nturtluig itatotnenU jmt mado of tho rascali ties connected with the ndminUtration of this negro educational abortion, nro nothing verr new, except in the particular that they are'now made public by tho Government. About two years npo, Fernando Wood, of New York, presented in moit specific form and in scattiinz tcrrrn similar charges against Howard and bis discharge of the trust Im oed upon him In caring for the "wards of the nation." .Mr. Wood supported his charges in several speeebco, and promised abundant evidenre to maintain them. So strong was t h t,rimn fiicit aiso made acalnst "the Chris tian General" that, although tho assault was mado by a Democrat, the Radical House was forced to take notice- of it and 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. — 19 July 1873

Published overy 8aturday Morning, -ivt Jtrescott. Yavapai Gounty, Arizona, by AIAHION & WEAVER. joum, u. hawos, tj, n. hiatee, PablUbcre an-1 Proprietors. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVAKIADLY sunsaRip-MnN Ono Copy, Ono Year 97 00 " ' Ktr Mnnfha Ann " " Thrco Months 2 SO oiagio vopies, , , 23 Anvir,ra'rrRTNrcj: 0n square, one time, 3.00 j ouch additional time, 11.50. Each additional square, sarao rate. A I1lwra1 rllajmlttl will ha mAk In .....n... ...... tinning the same advertisement for three, tlx, or "Willi IUUIUUI. Professional and basinet card inserted upon rasannahli, forma tr Transient Advertisements will not bs InterUdla 7.y 1' uaM ur uu btb ma paia ior Persons lending us money for subscription advcrtlslnc or Job work, may forward It by mall, r otherwise, at their own risk. WiV Legal Tender Notei taken at par in payment tor nwiinfiimi, auvmif injr anajoo tcOTX Address all order unit tnttpra tn -THE MINER," Preseott Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. 3an JVai h. P. Flatter, Rooms SO &a...

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. — 19 July 1873

j. ir. srA.mor. KtUtof. Tit drnlallon f ths MINER being coMMeraoly grtat tr tbta Y.il of say ether Arboaa r, bmlaeit ratn sv. arywliere will Eal It adraaUgmi to maks kaowa tbslr builnou Is.Us sjvertlilne colarani.' Thers l not town, vllligf, military pott, firalsg or mltlftg sottlsmsat In the Territory la which tbe paper does act drcnlat, and copiei of It ir teat to srery BUto tad Territory of ths Daloa) which, arable! with iUsjs aad lUadlnp, maks It i tery desirable adrtrtUlngmediaa, Army and Indians. General Dana recently visited Camp lltial pal to make the necessary inspections prepar atory to tbc abandonment of that post, nntl is about to visit Camp Dato Creek for the tame purpose. Colonel Nelson started for Date Creek on Thursday, to pay the- troops stationed there. First Lieutenant Charles P. Eagan,Twclfth Infantry, arrived at Department Headquar ters, on Monday evening in company with Lieutenant Bourke. Lieutenant Eagan has been on duty with the troops operating against the M...

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. — 19 July 1873

Judge F)ur li very mad at tho copher fsmlly, and Mr. T. II. Head timet the Judge's, fecllpgs, In aa cralbeut degree. The trouble it that, one day last week, both anclept and honorable ccntt carried water for nu bour or more, with the "laudable" object of drowrjloif ye gopher, which was supposed to bti layluir off Id lia hole, Into Which they tent bucket after bucket of water, until after comparing notes, they went to the home, procured a trap, tct It over the hole, with the view of catching the gopher, In case the little "cuss" hndu't drank himself to death. BeltiR auro of the jpirne, the Jiidjco arote next momlujf, went Cor the hole, nod wai amused and disgusted to nnd that Mr. Gopher had nmdo a new oucnlnjr, the dirt from which he had piled dn;th JUdgo'a trap. Loss nr Fiiie. Two hundred cordt of wood, belonging to Mr. U, W. Curtlt, of the Quartz Mountain aaw.ralll, were reently burned up. The wood wat piled near the old Chaae quartz mill. Some tliau ao, when Area were raging In th...

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. — 19 July 1873

cOMMl'NICATr.U.J The Culture and Manufacture o tho Sugar Boot Tlio enormous nml ranidrr eatentllntr Itn jortaticc nf the culture of tlie sugsr bct, and tee manuiaciurc 01 sugar tnu aicouoi mere from. has recciTed but little attention in the United States until recently, ami tho great :ns 01 our American larmers nre, as jet, en tirely ignornnt or tlie great nciu orrernuner atirii lalinr unnnoil tnflirm. in favnrniiln In calitipi, by tho cultivation of tho tugar beet. tl1i! ' I .1 ...II . . I ouucrinr tnai luc gn-a. vaiicvs oi iiio Colorado, Gila and Salt rivers nro eminently adapted to the culture of tho root, and the manufacture of suirar, by rcaion of the im mense bodies of tillable land, the known fer tility of tho Mil, tho farorablo climate, and tho unfailing supply of water in those val leys, tho writer has taken somo pains to con dense from tho agricultural report for 1809, and from the San Francisco Bulletin, somo facts concerning the methods of raising sugar beets and tho ext...

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. — 26 July 1873

THE! XJJ3E5 11.1 Published overy Saturday Morning, , .A.1 JPreHCott, ' ! yav'apai County, Arizona, by MARION & WEAVER. JOHX II. MAKIOM, hew. " WAVtll, 1'uMUheri an-l Proprietor!. TBRMBIN ADVANCE INVARXAHLY. SUnSOBIWION: One Copy, Ono Year. J00 Six Months 00 " Three Months 2 0 Single Copies, 25 ADVIfiBTISING: One cnuare, one time, 3.00; each additional Urn,., mm Each additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. . Professional and business cards inserted upon reasonable terms. FIT Trnilnt AdrntlumsnU will not bs Inserted lo this papsr until star they sb.sU turn been paid for. Virions sending us money Tor subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at pbelr own risk. ffP" Ugal Tender Hotel taken tit par m payment far luUcription, ndrertiting and job tr orh. Address all orders and lettors to "THB MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. 8an rrnc(K...

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. — 26 July 1873

.r. ir. Mvvitiors-, Kit i tor. rr than that of any other Artioaa p-iptr, baaincM men ct. I erjwhere will find It nJuaUgwai to miks known their I bailniu in itiadrertUfnjr colorant. Ther Ii not & tarn, rHngs, military peat, fvmlng or TV HrmlAllftl flf .Via MIVT-R Kah m1tMfiM rA.t. mining lettiemeat in Me lorruory in wmcn the paper doci Ml circulate, and ropipi of It are snt to every Bute And Territory of the. Union) which, conpleJ with its age uJ i landing, mate it a very desirable aatertliing medium. Military and Indian Affairs. Lieut. .McDcrmott passed through l'rcscott this week, cn route to Fort Yuma. Dr. .Mathews relieves Dr. Dnvi. as post vurgcon at Fort Whipple. Dr. Dans goes to the Colorado Indiati reservation. Col. .Mason passed through hero this week cn route to Camp Verde; his company went via Point of Hocks. Lieut. Pratt will soon Icavo to join his company at Camp Apache. Indian supplies are said to bo very short at Camp Apache, nnd serious troubles are anticipated on...

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. — 26 July 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JULY 2G, 1873. Chiko Valley. This Is. beautiful aod pro ductive llttlo valley, 25 miles north of l'rescott, to which wc,,ln company with Mrs. Ed. W. Wells, her sisters, MUs Flora and Jennie Haneuart, Gov. Baflord mid Mr. Jas. 8. Thomas, rodo oh n recent nftcriiooti, mid were kindly and hospitably enter tained by Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. ISangbitrt. Duy after Arrival, the Governor and oursclf visited the homes und farms of Mr. and Mrs. James linker, Mr. nnd Mrs. Shivers, Mrs. l'oitlc, C. T. Rogers and Chas. Hall, and saw numerous things to ndinlro such as beautiful trees, pretty fair fields of alfalfa, Rood domestic animals, barley, corn, etc. Some of the barley was being harvested. Tho corn, especially that bclonnlmr to Mr. Shivers, was large and ef n rich, green color. Tho crops of Uio other farmers vcre not so good, owing to a scarcity of water lor irrigation. And, here, let us stnto that this small valley Is Irrlgnted by water from springs In tho vicinity...

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. — 26 July 1873

Alfalfa Hay How to Curo It. In tie firt rfcc, to tnakc rcxhI liay,;llic nlfalfti'UmiM liv own o thick on tlio ground that lb slslkn wilt cnjT(l each other,' and tlitu l forced to grow nutnewbtit rpimlling. A ingh Lunch o( tllhlfa pjruwn fiorn rt weil placcil in the ground so as to have plenty or ntom to ool will jirmlucc larc, coarse .talks ami if ullowid to Ktnn'l mid ttmtnru il -n-cil thvw stalks become nltnost like dry tick j. In thin condition the liny becomes rufitparattwiy of l.ut little value. Therefore the !od sbmlld bo sown so thick ai to create a preitv even growth all over the ground and to create a pretty strong sod. The ctalJ Mill then be thin and (.lender, and the leaves will bear a good iiroxirtion to the stalk tbennehe. Alfalfa should be cut as Mn a. it has fairly commenced to blossom, and kbntild be allowed to remain upread Uton the ground a left by the mower only long enough to wilt it well. It should then be raked Into winrows and allowed to remain in tbi conditio...

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. — 2 August 1873

Published overy Saturday Morning, A.t Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION & WEAVER. JOHX II. MAHIO.V, , BUO. II. WKAVER, I'ubllthers and Proprietors. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. BUJiscmnrnoN : Ono Copy, One. Vcar $700 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 50 Single Copied 25 A.xvnniTisiro: One square, one time, 13.00; each Additional time, 11.50. Koch addltloual square, name rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the fame advertisement for three, six, or twelve mouths. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasonable terms. , triTTr ilent Advertisements will sot bs Inserted la this pap- .ntll aftw tbsr hU hare ba paid for. Terser sending us money for subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. BT" feqal Tender Notei taken at par in payment if or tubtcription, adcertiilntj and job work. Address all orders and letter to -THE MINER," Prcscott, Arizona. AGENTS FOll THE MINER. 'Stn VarKfico-L...

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. — 2 August 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTI, AUGUST 1873. 0" J. IT. MAHIOK, JCclUor. Ta circulation of tie MINER being ttraii derably great-1 f r thin thit of any otter awom PP" ","1"0 ,C: .rjwhtre will find It idwnUgMni to make known their baiiaeHlsHsadTertlrfnycoInmni. i. -... K,n. vi lmv rallltirr Pt, farming or mining Kttbnaat In tK. Territory In which the rPdoe " 7 . I I.. - It ... t f-w ..re R1A Sful not drcalitf, aa npn Territory of the Union which, eoupM with lt. ag..and luailng, make it Tery dealrable-adwtltlng naUam. ' Mines and Mining,. Yavapai County. The recent discovery of a pretty rich, ail Ter loile, near Bowers' Agus Fri ranch, about 18 miles cast or Prescott, has raised iiuite a breczo in Prcscott and vicinity. The lirst specimens from tho lodo wre brought to town, last week, by Col. Js. M. Barney and Mr. Wm. 11. Ucllings. They contain silver in various combinations. Tho rock it of a dark reddish colorr compact and close fjraibod, just 6uch rock as we would stoop to pick up in ...

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. — 2 August 1873

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, AUGUST 2, 1873. 1 i 0. Oood Max roil AimorU. Flvo men arrived here, bj prlvtto conveyance, Wednesday last, di rect from California. They have come to stay, nd we call upon our people to give tbcra what ever Information tlioy may dcalrc. One of these gentlemen la an engineer, two arc masons, one inlllwrlglit, and llio other a carpenter ; but tbey are prepared to ctiKKc 'n ,lny other business that may offer, which fact rocs to ahow that they re the right kind of men Tor n country like this. Immigrants Cosiino. Gov. Safford Is In re ceipt of a letter from Mr. 0. W. Nash, which lel ter itatcs that 80 men, 0 women and 8 children, were at Santa Fc, New Mexico, on July 12, ready to start for Prescott, via thu 85th parallel route. Among the men are many mechanics. Mr. Nash nil let fa am tirofcitlonat school teachers, who come here for the purpose of teaching In our tmhlle schools. It Is to be hoped that all theso new corner will like the country. If they cann...

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. — 2 August 1873

ArEEKLY AiirZONA M&BRi 'JR$kc6rl!; AtFUST? 21873. Castor Bean Culture. 'ow, Uiat our, farmers are scratching their lio.nH tb think oifcroj that pay, wo lig out of an able- article in the Sacramento Record, the following fact concerning thm industry: An acre, 'in California, produces frbm 1,200 to 1,S00 pounds of the 1M, which sell, readily, nt 4 mid 4 J cent pur pound. Thero U hut orte JUrtory in tin- State, yet .ufTkient lietin Ut keep it running have nuvcr been raised there. One person can tako care of from 10 to 15 acres. Dpep, sandy loam i.i the kind of .oil needed. Tuko general di rections are furnished by the Record: The ground should bo plowed early in tho penv)!), say in January, and harrowed. Plow again in March and pulverize well. Mark oil m si to place the hills five or six feet apart each way, leaving a vacant row in about cv err Bix,'for a roadway for the wagon in gath ering. The beans, which nhould be of the mall Illinois variety, should besoaked about twelve hours...

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. — 9 August 1873

Una THE. adCIlfrEIEl. Published every Saturday Morning, -A.t Prencofi, Yavapai Coiinty, AHzOha, by MARION S. WEAVER. JQHX II. MAMOX, 1ID.J. II. WEAVER, l'nultiheri rrtjWeUiri. tM TDRMB IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. SUJISORIPTION: Ono Copy, One Year, $7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 50 Slnglo Copies, 25 ADVKRTIHING: One square, one ttmc, :t.OO; cuch additional time, IU0. Each additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or twclf e months. Professional and business cards inserted upon Tcasonnblc terms. ItTTrastlist AdTertfisassts irill sst be Inserted la this jnpir until aftr thsr shall bars bees ptld for, I'uraons sending us money lor nulcrlptlon, mlvcrtlslni" or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. Vrr Tender Notti takm at par in payment for lubscription, adeertiiing and job work. Address all orders and letters to "THB MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. .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. — 9 August 1873

Ufa ,T. IT. MAltlOX. Jlltor. The elrraUlion of the MINER be leg P9ailirb!y gmt fr th&a tat 9? any othfr Afirto pifafi baiiasw men ev. erywhere wilt d it dnnlMai to mike known the! bailneu In Its adrertlslng colnmsi. Thsre li not town, vlllags, military pert, firming or mining wttlemeatln the Territory In which the paper doei not drcnlaU, and coplM of It aro aent to erery Bute and Territory of the Unloai which, conried with lUage and Uadlng, make It a very desirable advertising medium. That Mormon Failure The papers have a great deal to gay about the- failure of llrigliam Young's advance par ty to establish a colony in Arizona. That said party failed in its mission is beyond dispute; that tho failure was or is attributable to the naturo of the country, is an assertion wo cannot permit to go unchallenged. But, first, let us reviow the account of tho Tcnture, as vro find it in a recent cony of tho Salt Lako City News, Brigham Young's own organ Tho writer, Mr. Henry Holmes, s.Utes t...

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. — 9 August 1873

'Ikti.vn Mattkhs. Lieut. Schuyler ha bttn on 5iotflcr Indians who Hole away from th Vertie'rtacrvatlori, Wlillu In tlio Hcd ltock cow ry,!i3 carno upon a number of squaws, and com tlicm to dlvulgfe tlie hiding placo of tue uufrlts, who had secreted theinielvct In the rocks, lur.tplace Mfhlch could be rencued only through a 'vwte sufficient In dimension to admit the passago bl 'but a ttnglu mnn nt a time. The Itidlani were wipttircd and returned to the reservation. Ttiert) Is a disposition amouj; the Moquls Indi cant to tiko up their abode upon the Vcrdo reset viuloii, at which place they can bo admitted only 1 upon the lame condition nt the untamed Apaches. Del-clic, chief of the band which left the White Mountain reservation some time ago, ha put In an appearance at the Vcrdo reserve, aud hat obtained a pass, that he may go and bring In tits band from 1 the mountain!. Ho fay) ha was abused at Apache by other Iudtuns aud could not stay there, and thai lie will behave himself at the ...

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. — 9 August 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MMR: PRESCO'h1, ATJGUSTJI, 18)3. Bcoclier's Notable Sormon. Henry Ward Dneclier Surjiise3 kh,Coii gt edition by n Beimon out or tho Church Toiielv The following i a .jmioiU f tliu fcrmon rtf Henry Ward Hwlier, in Jim iirooKi.vn bun.li, mhI wllfett created ?o profound aj.cn- j .lion: I'ur lb furtner thing. ""-I ." Ilev. i it. . Tim wag the nininiitiii, Mr. Hewlierniml, tlw jiHrtJciilaM were piven More. Ho would tend from the (lrt vitms to the tett. It was m tbutifrli the voice Imd eni'l, "In thii world men trxjrcripiice sorrow nnd trial. Tlivir rc H-nppo5ntment!, their aspiration lailun. Hut there come; a world in the fuiiire in which all this the former thins; provable there was a chance for him, nnd the pteachor did not Inliovc Owl would ciwt liim awny. Mr. JIlccIkt did not bulievu there wm' person on the face of tlf e earth who had heard tie (Jowl and In whose soul there was anything Improvable who would not llntl nu entrance into hoavcii low down, it might be, but ...

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. — 16 August 1873

THE nVEIISTIUR. Publiihcd every Saturday Morning, vVt X-rewooM;, yavapui County, Arizona, hy MARION Ai WEAVER. JOIIX II. M.WIIOV, llKV), ,,, ,vE,v,., I'ublUlitn nrvl VmyAtXatt. 4 TERMS IN ADVANCE INVAKIABLV. H UJlHOKIlVmo N-: One Copy, One Year, $7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Thrco Months, 2 SO 8tnglo Copied, ,, . 25 ADVMH'l'WtNOi One square, one llin-, M.00; mch additional nine, Kadi mumionn sfunrc, same rate. A tibcr.il discount wilt be made to ncMoim run Inulii the mine advertisement for three, six, or IYoIVmIoh! mid liuilncii cards inserted upon rrniormlili; term. tVTrnUat AdrertlnnenU will not bs Innrtod In tbltptpsr until after ther abaJl bsro bwa pld far. . urvu. cuiiuiiik ii muiiey ior Miiicripiion nilvcrtlMnsr or Job work, may forward It by mull or otherwise, at their own risk. 07" I-egal Tender Xotet taken nt pnr in payment Arid nil orders nnd tetter to "THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS I'TDR TUB MUTER. 1in francitrc U I, t'lili.r, Ilnm ebanl't Kahaa, CallCrnin ttrwt. ...

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. — 16 August 1873

J. If. MAHION. Kditor. The circulation of the MINEB MngtwailderiM great ik.. that of tat nther ArliosA taper, tmilneii men e. eryherwiUfinlltadranUj-iii to tne known their ' tranixM in lua4TertnlDg . . I Twre u not a town, TilUge, miliury post, firming er , mlam? Mttlemeat in th Territory la which the paper doe ; notauesUte, and copies of itarewnt to every 8tat tad , Territory of the Dbmo. which , aM tb '; itasdlar, ail II' rery deilrsble edTertUIng medium. " 1 . l m ' Mines and mining. i M'c flitter nur.-elf that the persistent cf. fort i'f tlii paper to argue our people into working mines has already had a good and fatoralie itltct. A couple of months ago quart, mining was almost, if not quite, a dead industry in various districts of the Ter ritory, but more csccially in the old dis tricts id this (Yavapai) county. Now, how ever, we nave Knowledge oi mining cuicr priK already started which leads us to hope that there will not ever again be such a de pressing stoppage of digging fo...

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