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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 20 September 1873

While' buntlne "bctwccb Lynx Creek and lite fcV.da'i ((nee; 0. f Bhcllon discovered an animal estlng a de-jr which It bad killed. He shot Ibe bcMt and stuffed lu kln, which can be seen 1 'at Brooks tfc Linn's stable lu l'rescotl. Itlta ' puroa Or coufcar, jfcneralr' known at a California Hod. ahd measure. (1 ti-vt 3 Inr-li-a from noso to tip of lalf, It standi 3 feet IjIkIi and probabt weighed,' wlcn allre, over 100 bounds. Last , , weok JctJlavUsaw a larger nnlmal o the Mine 'apeclesjncar tie Davis mine. ' MattrVelcb anj C.TJ.oi;crs, hauled four tons f brIoUaydl'rtd6lt 'rrom Cbltid Valley oo MonUaji Good ha And ready isle In town. A number of Indians frouiVcrdo Hvserratlon , fUlled the. settlors, quchesdowu the river last week In the daytime, and went Into cornfields and commencrd gathering 'eari of corn and sackug thiiiu ,M easts. Trotlar andiHplladay took their fcflnsluld vent after tt)J tideves in Mclvln's corn field, and the Indians dropped corn and sacks and kedaddlod. t Ti"" ...

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 September 1873

H i .11 If' 5 1 ' .4 18 ':!! l&wiiiukl from ptt Wl it's eo!( a republic supporting military arls tocrasie n itiiljtstriou people pensioning coniiiiiitii3t and laelne&S OhrUtinn, chivalroua-people tolerating poygnvy, female lvry, arui.tba vilrt abuse or wotwiil The results aro what wo scobslrc u. The miVsble 'In'tltan. tbcrruelvc aw rapidly inking under thuir Jticontrollctl view, Mid "ru fnt perishing by drunkenness, disease, and muturli wars. Hut they aro not yet so t'r miliKvdiu.tti be unable to perceive that, in iiimo wir. tlio moro tivllized race is their enemy. Captain Jack's father and bis war iriors foil lm White treachery in a rxacc talk. There have not been wantimjSy hite savages cansblo nf mbbing tho India ill their poor rag, and fun,.aiicl blankets, and even oftbcir otil, by bartering to them the fire liquor. Maddened bto wild'bcast.Jiko fury, they are almost ycarlj breaking out on tho war path, and slaughtering all whom thoy meet, devastating ilia frontier settlem...

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 September 1873

4M ) T EE 353 ' CXiKT E2 3R. Publiihed every Saturday Morning, , .A.t JProwcott j ' , 'Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION & WEAVUR. joiw h; kAiuoS, )iK.tj, n. ttcavcd, rublUhars ni Proprietors, TBRM3-IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. Ona Copy, Onu Year, $7 00 ' " SixMontiw 4 00 " " Three Months, 2 50 filfl;-Ie Coplw, i,u i vi.. 23 One square, ono time, J3.00 each additional ttltne, 11.50. Each additional square, moo rate. A liberal discount will bo made to persons con tltiulnc thu samo advertisement for three, ilx, or twnVre. -months. IWesslonnl nnd business cards inserted upon reasonahlu'lcrms. PPTranslMt Ait8rtUmU will not Ki i lnserUdla this piper until alter thur shslt hre been paid for. IVrm nvDrtltiu y money lor auliacrlptlon, adre'rtWnn or Job work, may forward It by tault, or othcrwlnc. nt their own risk. WtfLtqal Tinier Soltt taken at par in payment if or lubteription, advertising and job cork. Addret all order nnd letters to ? ' -THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MINE...

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 September 1873

XI. MAHION, UMltor. The drltloa of th MINER being ccaildmbly gmt it than that of any other Ar!iea paper, bo.ilnws ma sr erywhtra trill 8n4 It adraafciswnt to mki known their bmlaitt la (u tdrcrtliln; colomm, Thrl li not feres, Tillige, military pott, firming or nlalog atttlsment la thg Territory la which th paper does act effcuUtv sal copfrt of It are lent to trcry State am) TuTitcryrfrtir tJolanl which, nrapM with itiigs and iUndI, oak ll TrydcfrbUi fcitntlilog mediam. About Jfnw Paters. On a recent visit, Sir M'luson, editor and proprietor of the Citlrcn, (Tucson) informed us tbat some of tlic eilixcns of tbat place .had threatened him with an opposition pnper, because, forsooth, they .did not think his papsr large enough. They hould know tbat it is largo and good enough for the patronage it receives. The same is true of every other paper in the Territory, and we glory in the spirit which moved Mr W. to to Inform the, gentlemen, vfio think that because a few hundred men pay small ...

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 September 1873

Perioral. . Mrs J. W. I'lcrson, itaried for her' home t "Wlckenburg on last Uaturdiiy mornlnjf, after a short visit to friend here, who were loth to tee iter depart so soon. ' ' ' Mr John Waaion, editor and proprietor of the Arizona CltUcn and Surveyor General of the Ter ritory, arrived In oar town last Monday morning and lea for Tucson this morning. Ho was look ing strong and vigorous at usual, and enjoyed bis visit to friends here and at Fort Whipple, who would be pleated to have hint visit moro frc. ijUently. Mr 0. W. Curtis, of the Quartz Mountain Saw. mill, has gone to Wlckeuhurg, to attend to business. Mr Geo. Davidson, chief clerk In the office of (Jen Sniall, Chief 0. 8., Department of Arizona, left fur California by Wednesday morning's mall vehicle. He will return soon. lion. Win. II. Iliirdy arrived In Prescott early In the. week, from Mohavo county, stayed over tilght and started back again, to superintend work on, hit loll-roid, which work Is being performed west or old ...

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. — 27 September 1873

Industrial Iiovi? Making. . Ttvo jotuif? turtlo dove-, namletlng with pinions etitwitied ainutiK llio Ubjrintlm nl Ujwutj of the fytptjition LuiMing m Cin cinnati wne licuril to coo tliudy : Sim "Di yuu indeed love mo true 7 ( Il0 "Trviu at the needle to. tho aevring timelilne, or tliu mo't aecurtite cisu of jnrtth cnmticnl instrument on rxlnultimi. Y lien I look nt you mr heart urmi liku n heating .tuvo, am) beats like a Jtecl hammer." Sh "lean belief tiitn.' He "Doubt burglar proof tales and plated ware, wax-work millinery nnd safcty-vatm, but never doubt my love," She "Dearest UlawMJ" He "Your love-lit glances stir tbo waters of my heart like & turbine wheel. You are the Miblnnatcd agricultural machinery of my t, ritual uxtiotiiliorw iou are tne cuunaioi of my moral existence, tho seed drill mi ' , grains of purest thought, , tho. reaper in i i golden harvests of affection) , anu ttit mow er r,(1 - I - J . . . - well, more tome man mi mc b" in niriclnnati She 'administering 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. — 4 October 1873

I if THE MI3NTE33FI. Fabliihcd every Saturday Morning, A-t PreHCott, Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION k. WE A V Bit. J0!UU.1UR10, tXXI. M. WtAVEB, l'ulillihrrs aivl Propritri. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. ,8T7SO llTIOri One Copy, One Year 700 " " Elx Months. 00 " " Three Months 2 SO Single Copies , 4.... 25 ABVKn'I'ISlKG: One snuare. onu time. 1.1.00; each additional time, 11.00. Each additional square, same rate. A liberal dlicount will be made to persons con tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. Professional and business cards inserted upon ten mi ns Me. terms. Tfimltttt AlTSttlMmsau will not t laserisa ia 25 CTS. A COPY. PUESC0TT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1873. S7 A YEAH Salt Rivor Valley. faoktcsroxPKMCK op tub intzon mixex Piiskix, Maricopa County, Arizona, September 29tb, 1873. The weather continues to grow cooler and mora agreeable. Observations of a Oovornor. Governor Saflbrd favors the reading public with the following remarks, conc...

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. — 4 October 1873

AVEEKLY ARIZONA MINER; PRESCOTT, OCTOBER 4, 1873. .r. II. MA III ON". KMttor. Ta drnlatloa of tb MINER belcgconitfertblr great er ta tlut of any stlxr Arijoca paper, bctlstii mea r;w!ii)reiIliniUidnUpHni to mail knjwa their batlaeas la ltifcirtrtffliig celJmtu, - Thers It aot a towty Tillige, alii tar pott, firming or raining wttleraeat la tin Territory la which the Jpr doi not drcaUt, sad capita ot It ars sent to amy But asd TerrltcrjcftatUaloai which, waplsd with lUaga aai atatdJaj, milt It i urrderlrsMt M wiling atdiam. Indian and Military Affairs. The aspect of Indian affairs is gloomy for whites. Hccent comers from Vertlo reserva tion say that over 1,000 Indian have left there, and are now prowling through the . mountain. A great many of them are around thu ranches on tho Lower .gua Fria, and some have been teen, or rather, their (Ires, in tho vicinity of Granite Mountain. Citizen 'nrc alarmed, and well they may be, believing as they do, that the deserters from the reser vation...

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. — 4 October 1873

goal & gJtfoMUnnttfu Fatoiiadlt IUcitiven. It pleases u to know (bat our augj.'eiUorn, to Lave ibe town authorities, deed a portion of tbe plaza to the county au thorities, Tor county purpoici, have been favora bly rccclrcd by icraal of ourfeIlow.-ltlen, wbo think Juit m we do, tbat It would be a good move. Tbe offices aoon to bo erected by tbe county will L good and aubtUn lint, and wben we (tale tbat U la the intention to erect tbcm In audi a way aa will permit another building or building to be erected adjoining or on lop f thtrtu, all will, wc liopc, aco the Inducement to tbe proposed deed, which will, In time a abort time at tbat greJtly Improve tbat waste place the l'reacott plaza. Our cltlzena abould Ion- no time In arming tbe SupervUnra wltti tirotwr authority to takechirge of nud Improve erioub ground In tbe place apokeu of to not only bold alt necessary bulfdiua but,alio, to form a lawn or garden spot arouud aald buildings, all of which might be fenced, and adorned wit...

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. — 4 October 1873

'.t: v Is f if, is 1' ! a. , m 1 .. t f i Mi! ii Hi Boochor on Maimers. Men often speak of good manners as nnnc fotiiplMiiiieiit. I fpo.ik of tlii'iu ns a duty. What, tlien, are good nianngs ? Sncli limn nuni its take away rudenos, and remit to thu liruto crenti n all roarscncsl There nru n great many who feel Unit pood inanntH are I'tfdtnlpato. They have a feeling that rudo business is a great deal more manly thmgood manners. It it n great deal more beastly. Hut when men arc crowded into communities, 1 the art of living together is no small art. How to diminish friction, how to promote case of intercourse; how to inako every part of a man's life contribute to the welfare and satisfaction of thoo around him; to keep down nfTcnsiro pride; how to banish the raspings of seltlsbness from tbo intercourse of men how to move among men inspired by various and contlicting motives and yet nut have collivtions this is the function of good manners. It is, not effctninato to he refined. And in t...

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. — 11 October 1873

, 1 Published every Saturday Morning, v-Alt I'I4.b3lt, . Yavapai County, Arizona, by 3IAIIION K WEAVHIt. JOItS (t. UAI1ION. llBXJ. II. WKAVSB, Piibllihrn and Propriftm. TERM3-IN ADVANCE INVAHIABIiV BTJJtBCItlPTION": Ono Copy, One War $7 00 " " Six Month 4 00 " " Tlirci) Months 2 50 Single Copies 25 A.T) VK.ll I'lSIN'O: One square, one time, M.U0; each additional ttme, I1..VJ. Kaoh mlilltlonil square, miiic rule. A liberal discount will lJ made to persons con ctnutnir the KHtuc advertisement for three, six, or twelve mouths. Professional ftinl business cards inserted upon Toifninlilc tcriii". ("pTmilnt AlirtlnmU will not bt Inisrtsdln this pijur nattl tftir tisy thill hwit beta paid for. fersons nullum us money lor siiiiscripllon, a1vcrtllm?or Job work, may lorwnrd It ly iu.it). or otherwise, ni their own risk. EtT: Liyal Tender AWr taken at par in payment for .xWriifirm, n-trerlhhy anil iob tcork. Address all order mid letter to "THfJ MIMEil," Pro icott, Arizona, AUKNT.S FOR TIIC MI...

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. — 11 October 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PKESCOTT, OCTOBER 11, 1873. J. IX. 2eLA.lt IOJ, ICttitor. Tilt drcnlatito rf the XINLE beligcsniMeritl; ffTWt. ir lhaa tiat c( any other Ariiooa paper, boalaeH bid it. rrHrwlUtidltaJTaBtgo-n to mtk ksewa their keiita-as la itiad-rtliJ(t oloffloi, There l not a towa, riUtga, ralUUry peat, firming cr mtatag utlJrQiatln th Territory la which tie paper does . at drcoUte, tad ceplH of tt are Mat to errj Btata tad Ttrrltorrttht Ualrai which, cnplad vita Its age, tad staadlng, m-ie It t Ter j d-lrMe adTtrtleingmd.-im. Mines and Mining. Messrs. D. M. Scott, 8. P. Smith and Rl. JobcAon; enlixcnrd our town one day this we tit, by their arriral here, from NValnut Orovo district, with 49 ounces of Mtra good gold dust, the proceeds of less than nine torn oi ore.jrom tue vestmus loue, wnica was worked in Smith & Henry's water arra.tra, on Kirkla'ud creek, alxiut thirty-five miles west of Prescott. Tbs Vesurius is a new discortrjrfand has heretofore beJn ndtlced irv thcae...

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. — 11 October 1873

I I Many miner wera In towu ihli week, eichang luuguld Juit lor provisions, etc. Mr J. 0. Swt-ittntcD lia completed Ills ob of painting the county building, and la now ready to do some more painting, lu a workmanlike man ner. The county liulldlni: look well, Inside nd outside, and would loolfitlll better If a new pair of stairs wereaddiid. Fort Whipple W now craced hjr another lady, the wife of that tllant orflcer, Capt James Burn, of the 5th Cavalry. The weather Is cooling down, log I a reiult. Ice In the morn- Corn planter from Illlnol Just received by Jake and 8. C. Miller. Font Wiiirr'-B Gen J. J. Dina.chle! qu-irter-muter of the Department of Arizona, I now en. gaged on the crowning act of hi useful, e:onom leal and eventfnl administration of nllilrs here, laying pipe to supply Fort Whipple ana Depart ment headquarter with water from Granite crceka A reaerrolr, to hold about 60,000 gallons of water, I to be conitructrd on a high point, aloe all the building. The General thinks ...

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. — 11 October 1873

WBBKUY ARlZONuV 'AIII(NJBi-i-PllBSOOIKL , iSaltiiRiver VallOy. :' e.9asziraaatxcx or t nuo h . k n "PliiENlX. Mariioptt t'mmtv, Aiirotia, Though times are dull ami. money scarce, jfaKtSt! IfiiUre proVpe'dt UiuVcr Vv. Wtte'r. Tho new ruail; through lJIack (.'afton to the Verde, nliWri banc the valUe of'SaU'Hivt-r ralley productions shipped to Prcseott and Tieinity one "and a hall cents' per pountf. In I'fjmonths tlic telegraph will place as in xj .communication lh tho world. In a few years vre will hare cheap transportation by railroad east, west, north and suutli. In the jtneonlloie farmers will turn-1 heir ufen tioji to raising a variety gf crops and ipt tlcj fVnil-tipon'prafn alone.' toclf mer( will bring thousands of cattle and yi Uicti into the Ter ritory an J srlli b!Comir wealthf lry litflizing and lise I teams tins ,gras, which, is now aujrered fto waste. .Tlie mWs wilflo developed and fortunes willjbe rnade.lrtjoi .lrt,ra;in a day. Turmin lni and grazing intcrcsJa will open ...

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. — 18 October 1873

Published ovory Saturday Morninjj, Presooti, yavapui County, Arizona, hy .ma it i on &. weaver. joiix ii- maiiiox, nr.xj. ii. ve.i vr.it, i. TERMS IN ADVANCH INVARIABLY. h utihc uiti'iox : Ono Copy, On Year,. . , . " " Plx Moulin , " " Tha-o Months, Single Copies, ..S70O ,. 4 00 ,. 2 50 25 ADVJfUlTIHINO! One (ifjuarc, ono time, f:.(W; -.li additional time, II..W. Kncli addltlonnl (i(uare, same ratu. A liberal dlseannt wHl Iju mule t person con lltnilnff the Mine advertisement for three, nix, or tweWe tnnntlm, l'rofcailonal and lmlnc card inserted upon rcamnable term tVTnnilent Mrt rtlmnU will not U Inwrtod in thli pPer natll affcr tier a"' ln paid for. lVron tuiidlnK Money lor (iiibccrlptkn, ndvrtllnc or Job work, may forward It by mull, or otherwise, at their own rlKk. Ujf Isqal 'fender Notr$ taken at par in payment .tor luhieription, aderrlitimj and job trork. AddrM" all orders and Icttern to -THB MINER," Proscott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MFNEIt. .Va rrantltral,. I. Fisher, JU...

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. — 18 October 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, OCTOBER 18, 1873. LIT. MiNKlOX, KiUtor. Tb drcalatlon of the MINER biting ooMldersbly great tr tkin that of any othtr AritvM paper, dmIdsh men ev erywhere will find it advantAstoM to make known their bailnesa In its advertising columns. There li not town, village, military poet, farming or mining tetlbment In the Territory in which the paper doe not oircalaie, and copies of It are lent to every Stato and Territory of the Unin which, cooplei with lUage and standing, make It a very desirable advertising meJicm. Railroads. Neither the Lord, Tom.Scott or tho Tele graph lias favored us with any tle.nl suro news concerning tho plans nnil purposes of tho Suuthorn Pacific Railroad Company, since last wa "mot" our readers in tho columns of the Miner. This being tho case, wo have, of course, very little that is now or comfort ing, to impart. Still, this liko tho Indian question, is always up for discussion, over in order, and, when onco a man becomes a member o...

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. — 18 October 1873

Fatal Accident. During tlio forenoon of Friday, tlio 10th lust., Mr. Itlchard Colters enmo to Ills death from tlio ncclilenl.il illscliarc oflils own gun, At n point In tlic hills between town nml tlio llurnt ranch. Tho nctlng Coroner, Judge Flcnry, was no tilled of tho fact, nnd tit onco pro ceeded to tho spot and caused tho corpso to he brought to town, wliuu nn Inquest was held, nnd from the proceedings of which wo glean tho fol lowing facts: .Mr. J. Goldstein itnd Mr. Ccllcrs had started, In n light wagon, for Williamson valley nd when a short dlstanco this shin of the Uurnt ranch, nt a bad place In tho narrow road, they met a freight train, and It was necessary that they j;lve tho track to tho heavier wagons. Mr. Oold stclu jumped out to speak to the freighters and Ccllcrs turned tho wagon from tho road nud was scarcely oil' the track when the report of tho gun was heard, and upon examination It wus found that tho ball had struck lilm In the head, ritcrlng the right check and c...

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. — 18 October 1873

Wonders of the Colorado. A coriorspoiitlent of the New Vork Times, writing from Kanrtb, t'tab, gives an account (if Major Powell's conl expedition to tho cnfion of tho Colorado nvcr, from which wo extract the following: Nature's work in thi? ennon country it on thunifHt tnngniticeut wnle. The plaiM are Hide, the mountain! ml the walk of rpen dioular cliff t lierninod it in unbroken, mid fur many mile toyctlier imputable. Thogorgt; nro tlccp, and tho color intense. There is a prodigality of everything but water, and the vegetable and nnttiial life which cannot sub mit without it. IheUraml Uftfion, tlio cen tral feature of -the whole, is for 270 miles an iinptiMible. gorge, v1ioh niilcs range from 1,000 feet to oue mile and u quarter in por jiendlcular height, cut through the olid rock by the wild, impetuous river Unit Hows through it. Its general counois cat ami west; but it h exceedingly turtoous and ir regular In its direction. Into it there breaks innumerable side canons, whose un...

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. — 25 October 1873

Published every Saturday Morning, A.t J?ioMcott, Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION i WEAVER. joiw it. hukion, nrxj. 11. weavcii, lhilillftirn ami Pnrfiei)r. -- ... TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. BTJ" riHOKITTION : One Copy, One Year $7 00 " Six Months 4 00 " Threo Monthfl, 2 50 Stnglo Copies 25 jVdvk i rri h i x o : One square, ouo time, 13.00; each additional time, tlflO. Each additional n Unrc, same rate. A lllicrnl illxconnt wW he innile to person con tliiulnjc tlio nninc advertisement for three, six, or twrlvc tnonthi. Professional find business cards inserted upon reaonale term. Ip"TrMilent Adrertlements will not be Inserted la tnii paper nntil after thr (hall hart been pill for. Person rending u money for ftiibecrlptton, advert slut: or Jol work, may forward It by mall, or otlurwuc, at tiicir own risk Er Uyal Tender Xotei taken ntpnr in payment for inhtcnption, nitrertning anil job icork. ' ' . . . . . y " A (hirers all order nnd letter to "THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGENTS...

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. — 25 October 1873

111 C5o 1 ,r. ir. mvykion", J&utor. Th drmla'-lsa cf lU XVAZR loiar; considerably great (i thin that tf in; other AriioaA paper, buatnei men er erywatra will fiad it adraatagexmi to make known tbjlr bailaeti ia iU adrertinng colnmni, Thtrt It not a town, tillage, military OJt, firming or mining wttlement In the Territory la which the paper iota sot drenlat, aid copiti ot It are tent to etery Bute and Territory of the Unloai which, coapleJ with lti age ani standing, mike It a wjdedrable MTtrtiiitg medium. Not The Fair Tiuno. The San Difgo Union ntid Santa Barbara (Oal.,) Times, havo inadvertently, wo presume, done this paper the "favor" to copy from it and give credit to other papers. Tho Los Angeles Herald states that a firm of its city are going to carry froight here, by wagon, ot rates that will tako tho trade of this section to its city. This might bo dono; never, we fear, by tho firm that proposes to do it. Mr. T. W. "White, of Tucson, has recently invested n portion of his ...

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