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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 16 August 1873

Wbathku Rain. The wcatbcr has been cool and l)!iinut since last we wrote about It. Rtnr djr Hu Rvo light sprinkles of rnln. Suutlay wot uui rainy elsewhere. Monday pave u atjout four liours of henry rnln, which flooded tins enure icetlon. Since then, It has been cloudy, but no rain hat fullen here. Heavy dew fell on two or three tights of the week. Tula section of country Is now prettier than a big ami flower. Nice, jfrecii jjraea, and lota of It, every where. 1'rcacott la far from being dull, as will be aecn y vlaltlng aaloona and bualneaa places, at which money la dally and nliMitlv tint In clrculntlnn. tiolnj? down town Tuesday evening last, we were rciniiiucu oi oiu mm nlcliln in Uiiiirornln. bv look Ingatthe ame and jaincsiers In three or four ui mc principal aniootia. or courac, men might uin their time and tnoucy In r-omc other wav. lo belter advantage, but I bey can't etc It In thla K"l. Nnw (,'omkiu. Some 17 persona, mostly men, arrived here uarly.thls wtvk, fioiu Knnsas. T...

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. — 16 August 1873

it l. K r; u 1 11. ' if ! WElKLY A11TK0XA MINER: PflOTC: AUGUST. 1CJ to. A Duel to Death. Pipcrntc richt Detweon rtonUcr Dca ptAtloe Ono of tlio Most rotooloai Diuls on Rccotd A cftrcioti(lt'nt of tl'c N. V. World i?ivos rtn mrouiit of imic ! the ni'xt ferocious iluul rfcr (mistil. H iHVtirrcl on tho im-ning of .lnlvl, hi thr- Itiliiti Territory, nt Medicine IhIbi', rt point which is Krct reort for InititeH iltuiiiir tin- colder inontln. The par tie enjmped in tlii tlwpornte flplit were IIiil'Ii AfidiT-on, of Trxrm, nnl Arthur Mc (Jhilpv, of Kii, Irntli leHsnidoe well known on the frontier for their reckloosiictc! of life. Anderson had killed a brother of MrChnkv in 11 dnnce-liouo fnirai, and the latter wtight him nut for the express purpo-o ! nf (along vengefttico tlixjn him. A Texan guide named KisliartU nctou s. nccotin lor MrCluskey, a huge Ketituckinn of the name of Harding fullllling n itnihir otlice for An derson. the agkbkmi:nt. Ily the ternn agreed upon by Richard and Hardi...

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. — 23 August 1873

TI3G3E3 IMCIlxrEJEt. Published every Saturday Morning, -A-t PrKcotl;, "Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION Ai WEAVER. JOHN 11. MAKIO.V, JlF.XJ. II. WKAVr.ll, l'utillilir it an-1 Proprietor. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. HUHrtoiiiirrror: One Copy, One Year, $7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 50 Slnglo Copies 25 A.T VK I VV 1 3 r T O: One square, one time, J.1.00; each additional tinw, I1.OT. Knch additional square, same rate. A illjcral discount will hit made to persons con tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or twclro months. Professional nnd business cards inserted upon reasonable terms. tir Transient AdrertliemenU will not be Inserted In tali paper until after th)T shall bate been paid for. I'craons ecndltiK us money lor subscription, advertising or Jot work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. Vtf I-rqnl Tender Xotei taken at par in payment (or tuhtcription, ndrvrtiting and job tcork. Address all orders and letters to "THE MINER," Prescott,...

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. — 23 August 1873

err. . vesecrv AY!M ill MI' iZZZ2-Fl "l l(L I II r. I ,i. ic. MAitioy. jcaitor. The circalUn of th MINER being considerably gmU er than that of any othr Arliom p"i business men r. efwhfM IH Snl it adnnUgeooi to make knows their Uilntw In III advertising toUmni. Thaw 1 1 not toa, viltige, military post, firming or mining Mttlement In the Territory la which the paper di not elrenU and copiee of it are Mat to ever Buto and Territory of the Ualmi which, coupled with lUag and sUndlag, mike if very desirable sdvertlting medium. Minos and Mining. Highly encouraging U the ncw wo hnve, this wcuk, from the scrcral mining districts in Yavapai county. First and foremost, wo rffor our readers to tho communication of " II. A. H." on tho first page, which Hfuks of scrcral old but good mine?, of tho coun trv and the placer mines of Lynx creek, which, for years, have yicIUcd goou Harvests of pure cold. Farther down Lynx creek, Mr. Ixvejoy was, a short time ago, enabled to work, for a few hours, in h...

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. — 23 August 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: HIESCOTT, AUGUST 23, 1873. foal $ piwUnttCM Wihtiich Unori. A lieary rain fell In the mountains, eoutti of Prcacott, Saturday crcnlnn Jmt, which sent a te-trlnK flood down Granite creek. Out llttlo rain full on I'rctcott on the cvenlni; In question. Clilno Valley and surrounding country were flooded one day tat week. The water stood four feet deep In many place on the farm, doing con kldcrablo damage to crops. Agtia Krla Valley wm flooded, last rrcck. The flood played havoc with Thco. Hoggs' melons. Mr. Oullumber, of Walnut Orovc, Informs us that his section of country was recently very wet, from a heavy rain storm. During the week It rained heavily between Fort Hock and Camp Hualp.il, ou thu I'rcicott and Ilardyvlllu road. The Turkey Creek and Uradshaw regions have liad good showers. Singular to rulato, Salt Hirer Valley, the coun try around Florence and Tucson, have, this year, been well ulgh skipped by tho ralus. Mohave county has had considerable rain ; ali...

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. — 23 August 1873

Etiquette for a Bonrdiiiff House. Tlioa Jli.tlt linvu no other liouo but tlilsj The !prnnt t;lrl thou ntirilt not Mm, .Ner-wwr nt night n squeaking 6iioc, Ami IfjMmdo will surely rnr, M Invalids will prowl niiJ flew. Thou shnlt not wlil'lk' In tlio hull. Thy neighbor' poodle dogs to aill, J N'cir jet t"J kep the M'mll ''V ' They alwnv leave at btwk of d.ty ; HntVury (inlet thou lmlt keep, To let thy titl;libor boarder sleep. Thou shall not otrlKe the Imrp divine, Nor mnUf the jqinUtis: llddle w blue ; At ten o'clock thou sb.ill retire, l)nlee kept out to ntleml n lire ; No other reiion shall thou le, But In this houc may longer live. ICrtiles like these you enn't obey, Then better lur to stay nw.ty ; Jlwa must not politics delate, "Or keep thy room-mito tip too late, Nor from his sleep thy uellibor wnkc. Thou shall not blow thy lioc aloud, Nor with thy merrachanm rnlae n clond ; No smell of 'whlsMey, runvor bcur. Shall he allowed to enter here Much less the raw stutr taken dear. Whe...

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 August 1873

or THE JMCXJXTEJFi. Published every Saturday Morning, jA; JPrewcott, 7avapai County, Arizona, by MARION K WEAVER. JOHN II. MAtllOV, HEX!. II. WI5AVEII, Publisher n-l Proprietors. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. sunsoniinoN-: Ono Copy, Ono Year I 22 " Six Months 4 00 " Three Montlm, 2 50 Single Copies, 25 ..VTJ-V-jnrt.'riSIN'Gr: Ono snmrc, one time. f3.00; each additional time, $1.50. Kacli additional qurc, name rate. a itimritt ilUrniint will lie made to person con tinuing the miiio advertisement for three, nix, or irnr..tnnaiAnil business cards inncrtcd upon bo reasonable terms. thKafe rcrsuus bchuihk u mmicjr iu. .uuiMi'iiwt dvortlnlnir or Job work, may forward it by mall, r niiu-rwUc. at tl.clr own risk. Vt7 Ugal Tender jfnte taken at par in payment for tuoicription, nurrrminy iinujvu worn, Addrcs all ordcrn nnd letters to -THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR TIIK MINER. Han Franeiim1,. P. Fisher, Itooius SO A: SI Mer chant's Kihanr. California street. Tho. lloyce, No. 30, (si...

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 August 1873

i V E 13 K LY AllIZONAMj N 1311: J.SCOTl VAUG UST . 30J8T3. CUB .T. If. MAHION'. UMitoi'. Indian Itoms. Wo of Arizona who have been accutomr-l hardly find In traveling anywhere under the light of Its grut prototype more hospitable open, can enjoy ourtelu now that the The circulation of tb HUIEK beler ttntldeMMT f Ml- ' .pim arc miiit. nut! lir Mmliira ore in 'l,Sf ! 1-0.1, in rea.liUK what the Kwt t 'j " w. i tj nui um ii - a Kilni In lu k.U'ttMif colnmni. TVr l not twa, viiUg, mlllUrj pat, farming 8r srfalng MttVwat In the Trrltorjr la which the jwptr doei jt elrcaUf , nd copfei of it are Mat to erery 8Ut and TrrlUirr of the Onloni which, cenpled with lu.gs aad lUndJnj, nuke It t terj deiirabt adfertlilaR medlam. Mines and Mining. .t. Swilling and others hav been pros jivcting ore in ledges at lllack cafion, mid be in- iiti!(kd therewith arc going to build aratrm and work the ores. Imic Hradshavr, an old pioneer, with Mpur. Cram, Dolan, Dawson and Haggart, loft town on Monday last ...

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 August 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, AUGUST 301873. goal & $VwMtofi. Ust week tntgbt bo properly referred to In Arizona nnnaU aa wet term. Tbumlcr showers were frequent, almost constant all Around I'rcs toll, creeks nnd KUlcbet were 116oJcd nnd tbe l.icc of Nature Imlng been well washed has a fresh appearand! truly cliij-rltitf. Wo would sin); "When tbe spring time domes, gentle Annie," itc. only It Is August. A party of musical emigrants from Kancta, with bass Tlol, burp, violin nud guitar, bare ucen lu our midst for a week and struck chords that hive long been unstrung. Tbe party took possession of tbo music stand In tbe Pbwa last Saturday nlgnt nnu tbeir per formance drew a crowd around tbcm which listened to the dulcet strains for a brief space entranced. A suggestion was made that It was "a long time Wwccn drinks," wncn 1110 wnoio party, on mc Invitation of Doe Tompkins, proceeded to Jack. son fc Tompkins' saloon, where sercral dozen of champ-iRue wero opened and thu goose was l...

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 August 1873

f W E Fj K LY i AKI ZONA MfNER: PRIilSCO55UGl;n038T3.v MAN. t t 0 MM I : H " I The wiinl atthclwvlof UiU article ion at4 u raee of bfinp., ilividwl mid siibdtTidetl into nation and tnlxw by geographical Hues hrigungM and cohirt, which facta liavo kd irUtiv to doubt tbo unillc origin of man, anil titmn whick much labor and learning bate l.ion bestowed, in the search of evidence ru and roi. It is admitted that the preponder ance of tie tMtlmony is on tbo tide of one nriineral bead ; notwithstanding their 'evtn colors, and the 3,001 languages and dialects I employed in comintmi. Ming th thoughts oi mankind unong thurmclves. As to wio or what man i, has been a weighty theme from time immemorial until the present, nor is it likely that it will ever cease to b one of most thrilling interest. All along the How of ag, giant intollect.i havo stood up in their majesty, and riwken in their might eloquent wonk to the listen ing throng (upon the stage, in the forum and pulpit,) all they knew abo...

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 September 1873

Publlihed every Saturday Morning J.t JPrcHcott, yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION A. WEAVER. JOHX IL M4M0, HRyj. it. WMVtlt, PuWuhcM u-1 Proprietor. i TERMS-IN ADVANCE INVAllIABIiT. BUJiSORU'riONl One Copy, One Year, $7 00 400 2 50 25 HI Monltm " " Three Months,. . . . aingie tuples, A.r v w ivrr h rro: One aonare, one time, f.1.00; each additional time, $1..V). Kucli adiilttonal square, nine rate. A liberal dlaconnt will be made to person con tinuing tli name advertisement for three, six, or twelve monthi. Profinnlonnl and buducn card tnicrted upon reasonable tcrrri. r?"Tramlat Adrartlwsiat 1U nst b lnttrtalin tM pr iitliafUf T skill ar W paid for. IVrm cndlnn ua money lor aubacriptlon, dvcrtldlnt' or Job work, mar forward It by mall, or otbcrwluc, at their own rink. gJ7 fajal T tiuter Kolti takin at par in payment fortnhKTiption,adrtrtitingandjob work. AddrcM all order and letter to "THE MINER,- Prescott, Arissaa. AGENTS FOR TUB MINER. tUn rrnnciieol. P. I'Uliar, Iluomi SO A 31 M...

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 September 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCO'JM', SEPTEMBEUJjm r. IJC. MAHIO-V. HMttor. The drwUUon of the MINER Wag con.Mer.Uy great ., UiAa that sf say otker AriiOBi piper, basinets men or erjwl will find it lwU?w to nuke known thair hai)n.oinItiJTettisii)?ooUinn. 'Emm it not a town, Tilts, military post, fanning or olalag settlement in the Territory In which lie pnpcrdoei net drcsUte, "1 "P1" f 11 w ,nt 10 (Ter7 8ut ftnl Territory of the Unlen I wbieh, eospled with lUago aai lUndlnp, mke It a rery deilrsble Mrertlelng medium. A Now Departure. Being a firm lwllcvrr in the axiom that, "It is never too late to do good," wo boldly announce, to nil bid and new patrons and readers of the Minkr, that wc, the editor, bavo mustered sufficient courage to "pop tho question" to ono of Arizona's fairest and beat a a I daughters, who has, for some unaccountable, to our proposal, and j I reason, said agreed to becotno Mrs. Marion. Wedding to IdinOS and Mining. who own tho. most of tho Callfornla'corapa'. 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. — 6 September 1873

A Groat Event In Arizona. Butting tho Vint Telegraph LinoWith Remarks of tlio Qnllnnt Captain A. H. Nickci Hon, U. S. A., Thereon. Tticstlny Inst wo miulc our way to Fort Whipple to witness tlic erection of tlio first tclcrnpli polo In Arizona. WIicii wo arrived wo found n litrjjo trowil already nssctnhlotl, wltlsh wng constantly Increasing with arrivals of citizens from lown nnil soldiers from tlio post. Tin; Indies from the poet made piy the jseeno with their presence. The SM U. K. Inl.mtry Kind were on hand In full unU form, adding the cltnrin of inmlc to the Already Joy In I scene. At 10 o'clock, everything lelS hi readiness, Mrs. Gun. CVook hroku tho jroutid for the llrst tcletrnpli line In Arizona, Mm. Hon. Datm ut tho Mine llmu breaking tho christening bottle or wine, and work was eoumieiiccil on the Arizona tele graph. In n fsw minutes the working party un der the siipertMon ol Lieut. J. F. Trout mid Mr. Wisdom hud up 'ho three first pole mid tlio wires stretched upon them, ...

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. — 6 September 1873

u i. V 1 i: B 1 WEEKLY ARIZONA MfNER: PRESCOTT, SEFfElVIgER , 1873. T.tUTAnn.rrr. TLt (lower tUst smiles to dty To-morrow dies ; All that we wttli to stay Tempts, and llien flic ; Whit is ttili world's dellietil ? l.lstbttilng l(l, the "Ik'i Hfler ev o bright. Virtue, how fMlt It !! Krlfnilihlp t'o nrcl Lore, Imw It sells poor blt.s I'ar jiffl'l dlr! Ilal r, lftui;ti soon tlii-y fall, Sirre thrir Joy, ami all N'lilrb ours we' call. Wlill-t ski arc blue ami bright, Whll.t llowrrs arc rjny, Villt ryes that chalice ere nljjbt Make tflad tbe day, Whilst yrt ihe calm hours crcrp, Dream thou! mid from Ihj sleep Then wake to ween. Perry Jyiinc ShtUry. gigantic mind, while only thinking of", rarinir I ExpOrionOCS of ft Boiiodiok Dlll for, and bee ping up the treasures of earth. Jng t10 AbsOIlCO Of Ills Wifo. vou iee what he really Is. To study man on ... , ... .... v .. , , i T, . iii ( All reader of the Mixkk enjoy a streak the Darw man hypothesis, as l.-cintr low in , , ,,, , . , i .t i I...

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 September 1873

X" Published every Saturday Morning, yVl JPrtiHoott, Yauapui County, Arizona, by MARION K WEAVER. joiix it. HAiaux, itt. ii. weaves, PuMUbtra an-1 Vmy-rirVrn. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. HUIWCRIITION! One Copy, One Year $7 00 " " 8lx Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 SO Single Copies 25 One square, one time, 13.00; each additional time, f 1 Jfl. Kaeh additions! i'tnre, Mme rate. A liberal discount will be msde to persons con tinuing the ssmc advertisement for three, tx, or twelve months. l'ror!mni nnl buslnci card inserted upon reasonable terms. I VTrssrUst Almtlrerasats will not U InMrted In till pspsr oalU aha UT saaH hava besa paid lor. IVrnon (ending iir money for subucrlptlon, advertMrisor Job work, inny forward It by mall, or otlu-rwlte, at their own rUk. Ti7 f-! T rmler S'nttt taken at par in payment far tubteription, aicrrtiilng and Job leork. Addri all order and letter to "THE MINER," Froacott, Arizona. AGENTS FOIl THE MINER. Son Frantttrot,. I". flilwr, Itftomi 30 II 21 iut'...

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 September 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER:' PRESCO'IT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1873. ,T. ir. 7VIAI tlON". JCUtor. Th drcaUtUn of the MINES being aaildrMy gint r this that of ny otbir Ariiss piper, bmlneM tnea t. rywbre will find It ftdTiBttgwni to mk knows their bwiifcM In lUadTtrtulag colnmm. There li sot Sos, rtlUge, military post, firming cr mining Mttlimat in the Territory In waiei the paper dti not drcaltt, tui copies of It ire tent to every Bute and Territory of the Unioni which, eoapled with its ige and tunilng, mil It i wj cUirMe litertUlng media m. Arizoua; Major and Brevet Ungauier-uen- ;rul J. J. Dann Chief Quartermaster; Capt. ind Brevet Brigadier-General M. P. Small, Chief Commissary; Captain A. II. Nickcrson, 'i' . .. t .. r t .) :..-. f!mnp-J The Arizona Telegraph. Though much hat been said under this head, more remains unsaid. When Gen. Crook, two years ago, began to urge upon the War Department the propriety of putting up a telegraph lino as a measure of economy in facilitating military movements...

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 September 1873

M & $UMlMmfi. Tbc weather Bu.gcr, at Fort Whipple HosplUl, lams us with the following statetaeut of. rainfall In August, for four year past i Aui-tut. 18W . . . . M inches AUfciui, iow, . . . io lncue. .. iH7i' . . . fi St.' . . 2i' I . " .. t. .i i 't .. u , .i i Tbc rain In August I Kcnerally from thunder- howen, which oilen cover hut a small area ol land. This year, In this county aud In the Terrl- tory, the amount of ru.nful. Uu been very much Kreuter than during any of the four preceding St"- Soaking rains continue to fall In l'rescott aud vicinity. Last Suttilay evcuiug we had a glorious shower; Monday ulght It commenced raining Just at dark aud coultuued to pour down heavily uutll 11 p. in., aud showers have been visible near town every d.iy during the week. Vcduesday, the lightning struck lu the woods close to town and a peal of thunder followed which fairly shook tbe earth, making bouses aud contents tremble us though from a small earthquake shock. The Hoard of Supervis...

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 September 1873

Reclaimin g tho Dcaort. Wc had tliu pleasure of mcctinc Captain Jatnen tliis morning, who returned last night from liU expedition to explore the tojwgra phy of tho Colorado Desert and determine the feasibility o( connecting tho waters of the Gulf of California with that vast arid basin. He i fully catinfied that there Is no physical ditliculty which cannot be overcome, and the only question is now of a speculative character, namely, the meteorological effects of the creation of the vat now inland la'A;, which would cover 3,500 square miles of den crt. There can be little doubt that the soil which would be reclaimed and rendered de sirable for cultivation in tho immediate lit toral of the projected lake would sunnort a vast population where now nothing exists but a solitary waste. The climatic effect of so vast a body of water on contiguous latitudes, would also inevitably bo beneficial. There can hardly bo any question that such a body of water would liavo beneficial influences on 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. — 20 September 1873

I ( T DEC 33 JVtXISTHSDFL Published every Saturday Morning, -A.fc Xroscott, , . Yavapai County , Arizona, by MARION & WEAVER. JOIW H. MARIO, BKNJ. II. WKAVER, PsMliheri aal Proprietors. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. suBsomirjcioNrt One Copy, One Year, 00 " " Six Moalb 00 " Three Months, 2 50 Single Copies, 25 ADVKRTI8ING: Ont square, one lime. 3.00 each additional time, 11.50. Each additional sqime, tamo rate. A liberal dleupt will be mde to persons con tinuing the nine advertisement for three, tlx, or twelve monthi. , . , Professional and business cards inierted 'upon. reasonable term. CW TrantUnt AdTBrtlMmenU will not bs InaerUd in Ms piper aatil after tier kMl hats Uea paid for. Persons acndltiK us money for subscription, advertlnlnir or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otlierwluc, at their own rule. Ltjal Tendtr Nolei taken at par in paymtnt it or tuSicriptiori, adctrttting and jib eork. Addrcts all orders and letters to -THB MINER," Prewott; Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MINER...

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 September 1873

.WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PBESCOTI, SEPTEMBER 20. 1873. in i- .1 us ,t. i-r. MrAiuox. l&iitof. The tlr!Un of th MINER being cenilderably grnt tr than tint of any other Arltos paper, omImm men er irywhere will Audit id mnUgfcui to make known their bailaeii ltti Jrrtlliap wlaaiJU. There ft not a Iowa, Tillage, military poit, iaralng or mlalag ntflaaeat In the Territory fn wnich tn pipit doca not drtnlat. tai Mplri of It are aent to VrerT Stife. and Territory oMhOn!oa which, wopled with Ittajfand I landing, mike It a wj desirable adtertlibg taedlufi. Minos and Mining. Jolm Morn, n prospector, explorer and In dlan guide in Arizona, for twelvo .years past, ha fur sotno, months been prospecting in Arizona, and writes to a friend that his party lmve found a fino mineral country, with many large stiver and gold lodes a section 40 miles latjuarc prospectiug welt in placer gold; a country well watered and heavily timbered, with good agricultural lands, and not excelled Irt tbo Territory for ...

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