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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 25 October 1873

Fort Capt Wc'ititig, Q. M. at tho post, lias men nt work excavating untlir the adobo commissary building, with the viow of making a largo cellar, to keep "pcr Uhablo goods" in. Formerly, it was thought that, owing to climate, several kinds of mil itary stores could not bo kept "good" in Arizona, but this was n mistake. Tho two companies of soldiers at the post, Capt Hums', of the flth Cavalry, and Copt Goodalo's, 23d Infantry, appear to bo pretty comfortably fcituated and well contented. Tlicso officers pay grcnlittlutiliuii to tho com fort and caru of their men. Several new houses, of a small order, liavo recently been erected, out of old wooden ma terial, for officers' quarters, etc. Mure buildings arc badly needed, but tho money to build them is not on hand. Soldiers are at work, digging tho well upon which tho steam engine is to be set at work, pumping water to supply the garrison, headquarters, etc. Abundance of water is already available. Engine not yet arrived. Some of Capt G...

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. — 25 October 1873

WEIiMLY ARIZONA JVIINER: RRESCQTPQTQBER 25, 1873. tuat NKW ADVKIITISEMIOTS. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Washington, Octobor 1, 1873. l'KOl'OS.U.S illbe lecclvcd at the Contract 0 111 to of tills !' i-arlinent until U p. in. of rYb rimry S, 171, it" lio tlt-cldcd on or before March 1371,) lor cnv: Intc tha mails of tlic United Slates In tlic Territory of Trom July 1, 1074, to Juuo 30, 107fJ On tho routes anil by tbo schedules of departures anil arrivals herein iuclfleU ; being routes estab lishes:! at tbtnl f-e-ssloti of 41m Congress, aud first cession of -12d Congress, nud others. Ibamine carefully the forms and instructions annexed.) the A. . An act of Congress of June 8, 1S72, requires that bids of M.OOO and wnrard be accompanieii by a cer tified check or drajt equal to Jice per cent, of the 40101 From I'rcscott, by Camp Verde, Fort Win- irate (n.o., New Hex.), to Albuquerque, 4.x) miles and back, once a wtcu. Leave l'rescott Monday at 0 a in; Arrive at Albuquerque in seven days; Leav...

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. — 1 November 1873

THE MTISTOESDR. Published ovcry Saturday Morning, wi, jfrcHCott, Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION K WEAVER. JOHN II. HAltlON, mil. It. WKAVKIt, Publisher and Proprietors. - TBRMB-IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. HtrjisortrirxuoN': Onu Copy, Ono Year, $7 00 " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Months, 2 50 Single Copies, 25 AlJVJflimsiNG! One nqunre, ono time, 9:1.00; ouch mldltlonnl time, H.W. Kacli nddltlonnt equitrc, aatno rate. A liberal discount will he nmde to jicrjotn con tinning the Fame advertisement Tor three, tlx, or twelve months. I'mTcMlonal anil IjiuImch cards inserted upon rcnonalilu term. tVTMMlent Advertisement will not bs InwrM la thfi paper until after they iball hart been paid for. l'crfons aendlUK us money for subscription, ftdvcrtUIiijJ or Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. jjjT" pa Tender Xatei taken at par in payment far iii'jscrtption, advertiiing anil job work. Addre all orders and letters to "THE MINER," Prcacott, Arizona. AGKNTS FOR TUB 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. — 1 November 1873

ill .T. tr. MAUIOX. ICilltor. The trcsUtlw of the MINER belsgcoaiidenblr great. r than that of any othw Arlioai paper, bailceii men er. rywhervIJ Sad !UdTaataeoat to make knoa their badness la ItstdTettliing columns. There li not toa, Tillage, military r5t, faming er raising Httfcciiat la tb Territory la which the paper dwi not circaUte, uJ copies of It are unt to etery 8uto tai Trritryof the Onloci which, coupled with iUge ad lUadisg, make it a very desirable adTertliing medium. Mail and Military Contracts. A citizen of Mohavo county accuses McCor mick, our Delegate in CongrcM, Major Win. n. IIoojkt, bead of tbo Inrtfcst mcrcnntile llrm in the Territory, and .Mr. James Grant, the largest mail contractor in tho Territory, or having, by misrepresentation, etc., blinded PotmaMcr-Gencral Crcswclt to tho necessity of placing mail strvicu on the northern, or llardyvillc route, from the end of tho South ern Pacific railroad, in California, to Prescott. ThW is a serious charge, and avo are...

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. — 1 November 1873

Goon News moM Wickhnbuiio.-TIio word i iui ,mt. uu. uusonuarrj Jjw had yreat micccss in quieting claimant against tlio com fianj, and that lie will 1,0011 start work at mill and mine. It W oaid that he h now on liis way hero, so we will say nothinc about liis manner of settling with the creditors of the company until after seeing him. Tlio starting of work, by this company, would ho hailed with delight, by people in and out of the Territory. .Mr. Hi' ton, the old superin tendent, is bound eastward. A letter from Mr. I'etor Taylor, of Hill Smith's mill, informs us that the mill was grinding out plenty o( gold, and that the miners had just struck a large Inxly of rich ord. Good. Humor nays that the Vulture company will employ road Hteamcrs to coutcy oro from mine to mill. Dill Smith is talking of doing likewise. That prince of good fellows and gentlemen, Col. Jas. Nelson, of tlit Pay Department, U. Army, has been dealing out greenbacks to the ofllcers and men of Port Whlpplo and Headq...

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. — 1 November 1873

WEEKLY AUTZONA MINER: P11ESC0TT, NOVEMBER 1, 1S73. NEW ADVKKTISK3LENTS. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Washington, October 1, 1873. I'ltOI'OSALi? will tic received at tho Contract Olllco of tills Department iiutll 3 p. in. of Feb ruary SI, 1S7I. (to br decided on or before March 1 S7 4,) for toiiwTlm: ttie truills of the L' Lit til State In tic Territory of AEIZONA, rrom July 1, 1074, to Juno 30, 1870, On the routes aud by the schedules of departures nnd arrivals herein specified; beltiic routes estab lished at third session of 41st Congress, aud llrst session of Congress, and others. (Examine carefully the forrrit and inttructwm annextd.) An act of Congrei of June 8, 1872, require that bid of J5,(X)0 and upward be accompanied by a cer tified check or draft cpial to Jire per cent, of the ltd. ARIZONA, 40101 From I'rcscott, by Camp Verde, Fort Win pate (n. o., New Mex.), to Albuquerque, 4.'0 miles nod back, once a week. Leave Prcscott Monday at 0 a m; Arrive a Albuquerque In seven days; Lea...

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. — 8 November 1873

Published every Saturday Mprning, A.t XreHoottfa Yavapai County, Arizona,,by MARION & WEAVER. nnn n. sumoy, rvJi WtuvEit, PuMUberiAB'tProrriatorf. . , TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. Sttjl&auip-.TIONY One Copy, Ono Year, 87 00 " " 8ix Montis 4 00 " " Three Month 2 50 Slnglo Copies,,, , 25 A.DV10ItTISI?fO! Ono square, ono time, ri.OOt each additional time. l,60. Each additional square, same rale. A liberal discount will !wi mnde to ncranna run. tlnulng th6 same advertisement for three, six, or twelve mouths. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasonable terms. . rp" Trsailent AdTertlnments will not be Inserted In this paptr until After tbr all hars been paid for, Persons sciiillng us money for subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by mall, or ouierwiar, ih mcir own run. (ff- l.tya Tender Notes tnkenat par in payment for nthtcription, adttrtiiing anil job work. jiaan-wi uii urucrs nnu letters in "THE MINER," Piosoott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE MI Milt. Sa...

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. — 8 November 1873

a i ill f' . I" ,r. it. ea:uion, jciuo. ''The dmlatlon of the MINER bring cosilderabljr gnkU r than that of any other Arii.a paper, bntlneu men v , . ttjvUtt irill finlltadvanUgtoai to mika known their boilrs'" fa iunj willing coliam. Tsfa li sot a town, tillage, military post, firming or nlala? MtUemtat in tha Territory la which the paper doei not eltcolstf, and copies of It are tent to every State and Tirrltorjof theUaloni which, coupled with Its age and iliniin;, make it a Ttrydetirabto adtertlilng mtdiura. MERIT REWABDED. Lieutonaut-Colonel Ocorgo Crook a Brigadier-General. Mado Last mail brought U9 the pleasing intclli genco of the promotion of Lioutcnant-Colo icl George Urook to the rank of Urigadlcr-Gcn- eral; a vacancy having occurred by the plac ing of Gen Philip St. Gcorgo Cooke upon the retired )ist. This meritorious promotion will bo a source of pleasure to every Aruoiian, and to every officer of the Army in the depart tnent cause for rejoicing. The injustice dono Gen Cr...

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. — 8 November 1873

weekly Arizona' miner ; prescott, nOvismber 8, mi 0 Tub nbw road, from Phmnlr to Prpacolt ' arl Verde, Is spoken of, with great glee, by our! Phoenix correspondent, who gives dls- itancw between watering stations, as well tho 'entire distance to Prescott, which is set ' down if n'. ir- i t , """" . " ucaviiy laden wsgons nro nuw mnriinr. Mini wnn .1... wm.i i wo slmli VriAn i, ... i , T, ' . t "son, v. A. Stephens, Dan Hatz, J. K. haU oon bear how tboy inado the .trip. 0. Mitchell, 0. W. Curtis, W. A. Ilnn.T. i,.Srnett' W,i?' Witli , Mr,S' a,,,,,or 0tt 0. 'Collier, Fred Williams and N U liasjust como over tho rami n a buirL'v drawn n ' ' ibuirL'V 'by two animals, saya that some grades arc 1 jet, 100 snort lor large teams, but that a little mora work and usu will mako of it a very fair road. The distauco to Prescott can be "cut down still more by taking a straight shut from Mowers' Agua Fria ranch to t'uo mouther .Black Canon. In setting the Salt Ilivcr Jottur aboro alluded to, the 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. — 8 November 1873

Twenty Rules for Health. J. Ilcracmbcr, (ho Aulborof thel.ivrsM-liIcli goTcrn the human bod la tho author of tho Ten Conimitnilnicnts. 2. Infidelity to the liinrfl established that mankind sbpuld lc healthy and happy Is tho grcaWsi sin of tho present generation. 3. Ho cliwftil, trustful of other, and faithful to ytur own host conception of duty. Never brooii over troublos that you have, and bo sure you never borrow any. 4. He irith in tho sunlight, and prefer light colc..l clothing. 5. I)rK tntt die. Exorcise liberally nml live. rAout of doors all you can while sun shines. G. Jrfcatlio pure air. Llvo with open win dpn and the windows of heaven will be more likely to open for you. ,. 7. I'ray with a pure heart and a clean skin. J Bathe often. , . 8. Avoid stimulation by splriUof all kinds, strone cotfeo, and tea, opium and tobacco. J). . Keep tho head cool, feet and heart warm, hopes heavenward and finger nails clean. lO. Eat only threo times daily, and never 1 . between meals not 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. — 15 November 1873

THE 3VI X 'SST HZ5 Published every flaturday Morning, A-t JProseott, "Yavapai County, Arizona, by MAIUOX At WEAVER. JOfW n. MAItlO, hr.HJ. II. WEAVER, Publlshen il Proprietors. .- THUMB IN ADVANCE INVARIADLY. SUHSOrtEPTIONt Ono Copy, Ono Year, ft 7 00 " " Glx Montfu 4 00 " " Thrco Months,... 2 50 8laglo Copies, 25 AD V Jd U'V IS 1 NO One sqtmrc, ono time, 8.1.00; each additional time. 41.50. Each additional sqtwrr, tatno rate. A liberal discount wHI be mado to persons con tlnnlnp; the same ndvcrtlscmcnt for three, six, or twelve months. I'rofesslomil and business card inserted upon Tenonahlo terms. ,r"-TrruIsnt AdesrtlMmfSt will not ts Inserted la this pnp)r until after ther ihsll bsrs been paid for. Persons sending ns money lor subscription, advcrtlslnp or Job work, may forward It by mail, or otherwise, nt their own risk. Vt7 l.tqal Ttniler Xottt taktn at par in payment tor tnbtcHption, adtertltinrj and job work. Addreo all orders and letters to "THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AGEN...

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. — 15 November 1873

WJ3BKLYA11IZ0NAJI vm. X. II. MAKIOX, ICdllor. Ttt rifeaUUos ? tit MIKER btleg conjtiderabljr great. r una that gf sy rU-'f Arlion paper, bullae, ata et. fyhr -will 3n3 !t ifivanUfreoM to nuke ksotra th-lr luilnen In in i retiring column., Th?ro l tt t tawn, military pxt, farming or mining MtUitiat tn the Territory la which the paper doci not circulate, tad cojae. of It are Mat to ererjr Stata and Terrlyf the Unlouj vhtcb, Mp!d with iUage afld itiaJlift mike It i very dlmbl adteitiwBg medium. At l'ttorsbiirp, Va,, on tlie night of the 3d, a gang of 300 net; rocs marching in proccs- mod, threw stones into houaca, emahii win dow?, injured citizen, etc. The military companies, white atitl colored, were called out and kept on guard all night to prevent farther demonstration. New York difjwtchcs of November 3 stato that I.iout.-Col. K. I. Dodgo hus been ordered to. the Department of Arizona without delay. Does Col Dodge come to this Territory to succeed Gun Crook in the command of the Twe...

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. — 15 November 1873

Chaplain Vajti:u. A good, nctlvo chap. . lain is needed at 1'ort Whipple. Such an one could make iiim-elf tueful to soldiers and citizeru of thi. tlchiiiy, und wo pray the proper authorities to "detail" noino proper person to fill the position. Thu Oriental Hakcry, under charge of Mr John Steintner, Is making excellent bread from Hour manufactured hy Win. H. Helling & Co., at their mills, in Salt Jiivcr valley, Ma ricopa county. 0. P. Head it Co. have n fine stock of all kinds of good. Their daily sales arc im mense. Heing o far from San Francisco, thoy have to keep clear heads In order to keep up stock, nil of which thoy do. .Mr nnd Mr Jos. Curtis, who have been visiting relatives in California, arived at their homo, near I'rcscott, a few duys ngo. , Should thu ludians remain peaceable, it is quite likely that General Crook will noon do a great deal for tho Territory in tlluway of opening new roads nnd improving old ones. Au appropriation, (such us Delegate McCor mick want), to...

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. — 15 November 1873

Yuma Things. From the StnUnul oft'lio lit, we borrow tho following concerning Vmna ami Us sur roumlhigi : On the night of SatorJay, t!i 2Stli ultimo, tlx prisoners made their escsj from the eotinlv jflil, lmviriK wvrkrd their way through the will with a nail or spike, a piece of iron !n th shape of a T, alwut l5x.S inches in ji.tf, autl a razor. Among the escapes was thjs wretcli Gertrude, whom the people of Vuva pai county have good reason to renumber, who was serving out a term for the too free me of a deadly weapon j Patrick T. Liny, convicted in .Mohavo county last spring of murder, and confined in Yuma jail to await the result nt an appeal to tue supremo court ; two (.ecoml degree murderers of Yuma, and two others confined fo.r minor misdemeanors. Five other prisoner in the jail refused to leave. Passengers who had aince arrived from San Diego reported having r-ccn Ger trude at Seven Weils, 33 mill west of the river, and again ho was seen by Dr. Hose at Cook's Weill", and was 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. — 22 November 1873

THE. 3V0CIIST Published every Saturday Morning, .A.1; PruHcottj Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION K WEAVKK. JOII.N II. MAUI0V, lir.NJ. II. WKAVKll, l'ubllflirn ntM Proprietor. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. bqjihc rt r rrx'i o N" : One Copy, One Year $ 7 00 " " Pit Months 4 00 " " Three Months 2 50 Single Cop!.: . 25 A.D VJiy lTIH 1 xr! Olio square. " 'I'1". W.00 each additional time, f K:cl additional iunrc, same rale. A liberal discount wHl Ikj made to persons con tlnulnc tin; advertisement Tor three, its, or twelve month. lrf,.fliMi!il mid bushiest earth inserted upon Venfoiinlilo term. nTTrimlnt Alvertlieraents will not be Inserted la thlt pspw until sfttr thsT iball have oa paid for. 1'cmoiis dcnilliiK ui money lor subscription, ndrcrtlsliiirorjob work, may forward It by mull, or otliiTwl'c, Rt their own risk. Isgal Tender Sottt taktn at par in paymtnt for iuhicripiion,A4vertitiny nndjob cork. Address all order nnd letters to -THE MINER," Prcscott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR TUB 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. — 22 November 1873

WUHKIiY A III ZONA Ml N Hit: PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER S3. 187:5. 'JO .r. It. MAUKJX, J-.litor. Tee arolatxm of the MINES being cofttiieobty jr eat er tha tint of My ttber An 'a pf, batmen mm erva'.-rj will i4 It adTaa i.p-oo.1 W make known Uelr hi' :.' IB ltt adrartiuiif coltmM. Thr It not a trva. rillap, mtltttry jen, fanning r tniata; lettletaeat ii tb TerrtWry it which th jnjerdew tot r.rcuUu, aai coptM e It an nt to mry Sut aid Territory of the Union l wMcb, coo pled with iUag an! luailaf , ak It ery durable adm Uaisg laediaiiii A Greater Event. Completion of tho Military Teletjraph Between Prescott and San Diego. Wc, last week, announced M ft "(!rcat Event," tlits completion ol the telegraph line between Ymnu and Prescott, and we now an nounce as a "Greater Event," tho completion of the line to San Diego, in the State of O'al- j ifornia, a rising hea-jwrt, which is in tele graphic communication with, wo may say, every telegraphic station in the world. Having, last week, given tho hUt...

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. — 22 November 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER 22, 1873. N'ohody'h Hor.it. A short time ago, pre vious to com gathering, Mr J. SI, Snnfoni gutlu-rt-U a crop of hwIiiu which wcro making a little too free with his grain. On bringing tho griinter to town in Ills wagon, his llrst groat care wni to Unci tho owner of theswlnc. That individual va. found "smelling a mice." No was unconcerned about hog? ; didn't be lieve ho ever owned one, until another hull victual oll'ered to pay dauiagei and takn the beasts, when ho acknowledged the corn and took his hogi. This little nhVir was the foundation of considerable laughter and rail cry on tho part of I'oUmaiter Allen, 0. Tay lor anil Sir. Hmford, who is 'nobody' green horn," and enjoys a joke as well ai he does a learned disquisition upon any knotty question. Mi'sic. It was threatening rain Saturday afternoon last, o wu had no music front tho baud. Will have soniu this (Saturday) after noon, provided it does not rain. "Mr C. it. Foster is organizing ...

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. — 22 November 1873

WEEKLY AJUZONA .MINER: MiESCOTT, NOVEMBER 2:2, 1873. Who Will Plant Cotton? Helivvititr. that many of our fnnnors will tliv coming spring plant cotton Mifllclcnt to , satify tljctiisolvcs as to the ndaptnbility of tMr'laml to in cultnir, nml a to the prob- j Hbl tirufitablcm-M of the crop, wo quote from it lutler writli ll (M iteoro is. Dirnnjr, one in tliu mint i .xin-rif-nrcl rut ton cultivator in l..lllurnia. i tie practical mreciwiis iuiiiiiiiiuu ; . . - .;- J! .1 ...1 I ' in the etra-t may be or service to kucii as . . . i - .. . may tiesirc o oiim. c Hu . , The character of the laml (.elected for planting lio...l be mo-lcrately moit-a soil from which the moisture i uraihmlly ami ; suHy exhausted u, the prorce, i Cotton W not a voranom feeder like con, and n damp, cold toil in which corn would llounsh, U an unhealthy locnlity for the tirst , named plant. Tlie crops on the Merced river, i in Fresno and Kern counties, were ml injurei last year by excessive moisture In the -oil. 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. — 29 November 1873

Publiihcd overy Saturd&y Morning, A.t JProcott, Yavapai County, Arizona, by MAMON & WEAVKH. 11. MARIOS, r.XJ. If. WEAVER, I"ulilli)ir u'l Proprietors. TERMS IN ADVANCE INVAJUABLY. BUJ1HC lit PriON-: One Copy, Ono Year $7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " Three Month 2 50 Single Copies 23 One square, one time, $:.00; each additional time, tlM. Each additional square, same rate. A liberal discount wHI be made I" persons con tttiulnrj the name advertisement for three, tlx, or twelve month. Professional and business card micrted upon ressotwblc terms. . ttTTrsaslsat AdTsrtlsemeaU will not U lawrbd In thii paper until aftsr tbr shsll "T Mn pall for. l'ersons sending money 'r subscription, advertising or Job work, mar for ward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. B7E7 faqal Tender Sotet taken nl par in payment far tuhieriplinn, advertiting and joh tcork. Addrcs nil order and letters to "TaB MINER." Proscott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR THE If aafieo-f. IV rUhirr, TtAorni 50 atiaat'l I'.x...

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. — 29 November 1873

WEEKLY AllTZONA MINER: PllESCOTT, NOVEMBER 29, 1873. 1 ki 4f J. It. MjYIMOX. Klltor. Ta eircolatloa t tbo MINER being eoniMerably peat it than thai of aay otb-r Amos, paper, baiineu men trrTbar will nd It adataexii to make known tbelr bmlfteu in ha aJ tittui- celaani. Thera ll not a town, ritlJife, military poet, turning of mining Mttleaunt in the Tifiitoj in whkk the payor doe not circulate, asJ ropit of it are nt U ercrj Bute and Territory of the Union) which, coupled with Hinge ftad tandlng, mike it a rery deilraVle admitting medium. More Mail Sorvico Wanted. I.ait week we publlilicd t letter from correspondent, in relation to tn&U matters in Northern Arizona, and inndo a few remark editoriitlljr on the same subject, which would haro been moro extended but for lack of ispnce. The matter has again been brought to our notice in a prominent manner by the pe tition of the settlers in Salt Itivcr valley at. Phoenix, East Phoonix, Tempe, McDowell, Harden'! Ferry and Marryville. The...

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