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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 29 November 1873

, WKATiiKnIUiKSNOv. TLe rain which Tell hero lwit week wet plowed ground to a depth of about eight inches. It ceased rain ing on tho night or the 2Ut inst., aiuce which night wo have enjoyed magnificent weather. iSomo anow fell on tho mountain In this vi cinity. Tho high peak of the San Francisco nro very white. The fall of rain alluded to, while it hu not raised tho waters of tho crecka, to any great extent, will go a great way towards keeping them "up" until such time aa a larger fail of rain or unow, which ought to conw soon will set them a booming. Up to this time, last fall, this section was visited by no rain storms worth speaking of, ao wo aro Boino gainer, and farmers may, now, if they choose, turn up their lands. February of last year gave this section a very good soaking. Fobt W1111TI.K. Gen. J. J. Dana is push ing work oh now buildings, etc., at Fort Whipple. Tho water-works will be comple ted soon after tho arrival of tho engine and ,pipes, which aro expected hero daily....

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. — 29 November 1873

weekly Attention, Desortors. At the reqtiMt of tho military autlioeittcs, wc publish tho following order and comments: AVak Dki'Artmlnt, AlWlTANT QK.NMIU.'.t OFFICII, WftihliiRton, October 10, 1S73.. Central (hthrt No. 102. Tho President f t lie t'nited Stntc.i com mnnd it to Ikj iiiihV kimwn tliat all soldiers vim have deserted tlicir color, and who shall, on or before the llrst day of January, 17 I, Htirremler themselves nt any military station, shall receive i full pardon, only for feiting the pay and allowances due them at the time of desertion ; iiud shall bo restored t& duty without trial or punishment on con dition that they f.iithfully sorvc through, tlm term of their enlistment. lty order of the Secretary otv War. H. Townsknd, Adj't Gen. General Orders No. 102, cll'ects several tbntmml men now livinp on this coast. Nearly two thousand live hundred enlisted mon of tho Army have deserted from their rcRimonts, stationed in tho Pacific States and Territories, tinco January,...

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. — 5 December 1873

The Weekly Arizona Miner. ruBLianED evert friday evehino, ....AT.... Prescott, Yavapai County, A. TM ....nr. .. JOHN" II. MAUION Ac Co. TERMSIN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. SUJISOItlP'i'IOX: Ono Copy, Onu Yc.ir, $7 00 " Six Month 4 00 ' " Throe Months 2 50 Single Copies, 25 A.XVJint'riSIN-G: One square, one tlim W.Mj each additional time, 11.50. Each ndilltloii.il squnrc, same ratu. A liberal discount will he made to persons con 'tinning the same advertisement for three, six, or tweUo muntlis. I'rofesKlonal bushiest cards inserted upon reasonable terms. n7"Trni!enl Advertisements will not be Inserted In thfi jnpr nntil after ther tbalt have beea paid for. lYriMins sending us mouey lor subscription, ailrertlslnjror Job work, may lorvrard It by mall, or otherwise, at. their own risk. IT ji lqal Tender Xntei taken at par in payment for tuhtertption, atlccrtiting ami job work. Address all orders and letters to "THE MINER," Proscott, Arizona. From Monday'i lullj) Tho San Diego World mentions tho ...

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. — 5 December 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, DECEMBER 5, 1873. J. IX..M-VmOX. JIMltor. Th dnaUtloft-ef the MIKEB being wMidernbly (fit r thaa that of aoy other Ariiaaa paper, buiineu men trywlei. will Sni lt diatageoa.i to taake known their feulnefi In iti adrertliiag roltunni. Thm It not tan, Tillage, military pott, firming or mlalag tetUeraiat la the Territory la which the paper doe et drroUts, tail coplet of it ire teat to erery 3ute aad Territory of the 0nlou which, coo pled with its age and lUadla;, make it t'rtrj deeirablo ajvertliinKtoedlam. To the Public MeMra E. 8. l'cnwcll and V. Y. Mitchell have each tnado arrarjeumente for purchasing one-iourth intercut in the Miner establishment, and will, hereafter, be associated with us in the publication of the same. ' MAKION & WKAVKH. The Arm name will, hereafter, be Jons II. Mario k Co. ' 'John II Maiho, U. II. Weaver, K. S. Pekweli,, C. F. Mitchell. Precottj'-A. T., Dec. 1, 1873. (From Wedaetday't Daily. . Indian Items Tho Washington Chron...

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. — 5 December 1873

glial & lUijSfcUttncon jt it's From Moadsy s Daily. Wcatber cloudy, windy and a little dltstrrmwhlc. HuutUv, uicu Hero oUerlun W bet on rain or uow, rljjbt away. Ed. Prebblc. "OUC Of the bot." lite inlien i.u departure from l'rcscou. Friend, who aided blm wltu inoocjr.ctc., wltU bleu a lonir ntwcuce. Juj. Uoue In arrived from California, trlih tpplet, peart, lime aud ollitr fruit. ClltNO VALLcr KlO VriWB. This la a larcc ijrrlcultural sotlliincul, twciity.nve miles north of I'rescott, aud Its cltlicm think they oukUI to bare touie mall facilities. TJ.y gay that tbe mall bvnee V) Mobave cooaty, ouglit to go through tbe val ley, all of vrbkb It respectfully submitted to our Jolegato In Conceal, who "know tbe lay of tbe laud," and tbe trutlifulnets of tbeto remark. Th IKnu tn..L' n .. ,.l fl.it .( I lutM Jtl t l1 the klo Vnrdf- ilm lullli.irv Hint unci the Indian reservation, wbicb have to rely ujkju tbelr own resource for gulling mall. Don't fall (o look through the advertising co...

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. — 5 December 1873

i'fm viBr on. For a tlejrt lwuml Territory, Arizona 1 getting along switiittiinslj. No more Indian troiiliMw. Orook hupi tho red boys well in hand. Htiltious prices of grain, etc, has not doterrjs! 'the f.mnen of tho (ilia, Verde, Salt and Colorado rivrs from again pitching into their land. Not much j they ate now plow ing and jo paring to plant. Now, then, is the time for them to think of putting in nei-d tint is tnt likely to produce stun" Unit will he in demand. Oorn 11 good to fatten men ami animal, and tho military wish to purcha-o their supplies of hog meat in Ari zona, the coining year. Wheat is excellent, iKcially that produced in our larijo valley., 'Sock it in,'1 fnrniers; more people arc com ing, ami all will getaway with Hour. A lit tle sugar otmo will bo irood to look at. Put some in. Tho farmers of the Gila ought to plant largely of vegetables i then plautr some more Tocetablea. n they never yet bavo had enough. Cotton docs well, and is good, but but wo have no mills 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. — 12 December 1873

1 The Weekly ArfaAa Miner. PDBUflHED EVIiY FRIDAY EYEHIKO, '-" ' ...AT... Proscot't, Yavapai County, A. T., TERMS IN ADVANCE IITVAHIABIiY. HUlWguH'iUON: . , One Copy. One War,. .'. 97 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " " , Three Montlu, 2 50 dingle. GjjilM,,.t.'A :.i... .'i 25 A.I) V Jd IVV I H 1 :N" O: One anllnri. film fti.w. f.'I.OO nli nitrtltlnna limb, ilJiO. Kauh additional iuare,'Mme"rale. " A Mitral discount wHI Ims mule to persons con tlnulnic tlic rime advertisement for three, six, or twelre montlu. I'rofrtilon.il nd business curd luscrted upon reasonable term. r7TnatiBt AitartlMfflenU will sot t Inserted In this paw; colli tber shsll bass been paid for. I'creou sudlug us money lor subscription, advcrtls'tii at Job.work, may fOrwird.lt b uiall, or otherwise, at their own rlik. BrV jal Tender Xolei taken at par in payment for eulicription, adcertuinj and job work. jA'ddrCia H ordora nnd letters to "THE MINER," Presoott, Arizona. (Pram Hsturday's Dally ) 'Colldnls Expedition. Last win...

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. — 12 December 1873

.AVEEiaY..ARIZONA.JTNER: PRESC0T1V DECEMBER 12, 1873. (? ,r. ii. mauion, Miitr. Th dilution of tha MINER be IfctrcsMideratly gmU r this that of anj other Arfionit taper, UiiInMi men r. rrwhtr9wUlSadltii4Tinttgwa.pl mka known their tuinpii lo luMtiitliin? col main. Thtra l not town, Tlilf,,, military poet, farming or mil t MlUemeat In the TenlUrj In which tha mperdoe nt eircatate, and copies cf It art teat to tmj Bute and Territory of the Unload which, coupled with lti ig and railng, nuks It a ttrj daiimbla ad?ertlilagmedlam. flYem Tbnjtday't Dally.) Indian, Mail and other Matters. We aw-nol quitfe certain that tho letter of lloii.K..(i.ilbCormick, Delegate In Uongrcs frorr.ttiJis Territory, which appeared In a te cent number of the Daily Miner, anil which we print in our weekly isaue, whs vuant for publication, i Certain it is, nothing therein contained was of a private nature, but, on the contrary, nil ita contents were of a public na ture ami of interest to many reader of the 1 .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. — 12 December 1873

JXjygJgggA MINER: PRESCOTT, DECEMBER 12, 1873. m m m Aw mt W f r m m m mm n mm n Prow Saturday' Dally.) - itMnj Item). &un liall got back to Prcucott, Tufcaday, nflir a lll to I'cvplc valley, tlie Veu. thin mine ntiJ Walnut Grove. Tbo wnttr-iiowcr arraatru. In Hlrklanu valley. wait running uljrlit and day on Vesuvius ore, re ducing about 'M0 pounds In '.'4 hours, The oro guw ImsIuk worked will pay f 100 per ton. Tint Incline on the Vesuvius wan down about Wfcct, nud while Mr. Hill was at the mine tlie orktnen struck a very rich body of ore wtilcli lie jecrlbc us richer tlinn nnytblni; he ever naw In trUoim, UliiK iierfectly "lousy" with free old. Tlio rich strike Is about a loot wide. On Hiiodny last, Mr Johnson, one of the tiroprl- tors of the Vesuvius, while out humlnc, found a eln of extra rich cropping, half a tulle wist of tic lUlnbow. Viry rich float had previously .'ecu miuiiu in tue nciuuiioriiootl and con"U"wie l-earcli made for tun vein, wfclelt has now been aiscovereu...

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 December 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER r PRESCOTT ' DECIBMBER 1 ife " Mohavo County Good Mining 4 . . . News. A gentleman of ihteKrltr, rcsMing ml Ccr lmt. t!i county Btnt of Mohave, wntei to us Kit folio", under date of November .10th : "Tiierc liavo been many changes in ftfDiir .inn- von have copied frotnUerbat report, nml taking everything into consideration tliu country lth very well. " "Mr. .1. H. Filicr niatl; tiuitc a siicecftil m i with the furnace recently on ore from the New biDituti mine, which nearly all belong to liiin. He now hai a force of men on this mine, ami it I mindly developing into what f ecms a true iUsuxv vein, carrying from fifty to ixty per wtii. m lean anu coiiMuuruuiu amount in liWw. 1 am fully satisfied that Mr. Ki'her can make a continuous run of the furnace on oru from this mine." "Cory ii I'otU will make a shipment of ore within the week from the Little Chief, His mark, Jackon and Fairfield mines, and all this oru will go high." Wo have rumors of two mills to bo ship j...

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 December 1873

TIio Weekly Arizona Miner. PDMJanHD EVERT FBIDAT EVEMIKO, ' ....AT.... Proscott, Yavapai County, A. T., ....nr.... .TOTXN- ir. MAUI ON" Ac Co. TERMSIN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. H Ul ISO It IWIO.V : One Copy, Ono Vear 7 00 " " Six Month 4 00 " Three Months 2 50 Single Copier, 25 ADVMriTISINO! One qunrc, one time, M.OO: each nddlllona tirae, ti.w. Kadi additional aquarc, (time rate. . A liberal dlicotint wHI he made to persons con tinuing the fame adrcrtl.emcnt lor three, six, or twolre month). rrorenloritil arid InnlncM card inserted upon rcaannablu teritu. , I TTTranilant AdTt!emeaU will not I Inirtd la thii pajsr until after ther shall bare bwa paid (or. lemona aeiulltiK ua money lor subscription, AdvcrtUlnjrorJoh work, may lorwurd It hy mull, or other Wo, at their own rink. Ct" lijal Tender A'of . taken at par in payment for i iter iption, adeerliting and job tcork. Addri!" all order nnd letters to -THE MINER," Proscott, Arizona. Ouit How with Spain. Circumstances niter case, ami it may...

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 December 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, DECEMBEIlOaSTX f i i' f 4 it. m aim on. i:ut. Tin dreehtlon of the MINER Wins eoaiiderkhly grwt r tba tkat of any otbr Anion papnr, badness mn fywberelllfia4Itii1lTaaM)fmi to auks known th;!r fcoslnws la IU alf ertlsinir. colamni. Thre ii Mt a torn, Tiiugt, military pcsi, mraicg LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. Surronder of tho Virginius. Men and Anna Successfully Lan ded in Cuba. Steamer Ishmalia Lost. mining settfsrasat laths Territory la wnlch the rrrds t , ntdrenht, and copies of Itareient to every Stato and Slavery 111 Cuba tO DO Abolished. Territory of the Unlont whlb, ecople.1 wtta us igo aa wading, ks It a very dsslrsbls advertising msdlnm. &CM &c, &c. Now York, Dec. 17. Tho correspondent of the Tribune nt Key West gives the particulars i of thu delivery of tho Virginius to the o 111 cits S. Stvrtutship Dispatch last Tues YfM I'ni'MV.-The Sentinel of December Cth comments on thu communication U' W. H. Hardy .recently published in tho Miner, co...

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 December 1873

4i HsTlnir met with novcrnl reverses In attcmptttiK to make brick, Mr (icu J.ounl tlilnka lie will Knit tiritll spring Iwloro roimiitncliit; work uti (tin new county building. Tlio Into ml in nnd snows (Hi aolrcJ several thousand tuitirju brick for dim, otic), of course, liu It "out and Injured," Some four or flro train, w lilt Roods for citizens and tbo tullltury, aro on tlio road licrc Irom KUrcnbcrjf. boiuu of ilium ought to be licre In a few da) j. On tbo plaza, Saturday, at 2 I'. M., tbc 23d Infan try Hind will jilny tlio following selections : Klitptiertl'a Qulckotei). tiirt I'olk. ll.illnd-I.el Me Steep My Last Sleep. Vivian Medley. Itliluu Klnne Waltz. Soiijj Tbo Heart Ilowcd Down (lioucmluu Olrl). Love Star Sebottlsebe. lllp K.ip (Salop. Smith's mill, below Wlckcnhttrj;, li Mid to bo dolliu exceedingly well. Itcct-iit result have been SUi.W per ton. Tho mine U looking splendidly, Hiid specimen taken out a few day nii were ai rlcli as any beforu taken out of tbu Vulluro lode...

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 December 1873

WEEKLY ARIZO Instructions to Minors. While titKineM in mining bus been dull In Ariioiu for two year past, still mnny rninen baire Ik'vii located durinj; that time and new Ti-hu arc frequently found. Miners are pre jjarinj; to obtain title to mine., and it is very iinjortant tliat the llrt Mei taken should be correct, or all subsequent labor and c.v- iciim on the mine my be lost. Although tbe Mi.nkr has previously iiublished the reg ul ttions uf tlie C'uininisioner cuueernint; the proper cotirM; for miners to pursue m making location, etc., wo again urge tbcm to lie iurc that tlicy make no mistakes. The Act of Mty 10, gives large privileges to miners, but the conditions of the law must be complied with, The following, published In the Arizona Citizen, by John Wasson, Surveyor General of tho Territory, is oilicial iu'iu character and worthy of the careful at tention of miners : " From and sifter the date of said act, any person who is a citizen of the United States, or who lias declar...

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 December 1873

If: v r,j;H7,' I The' Weekly Arizona Miner. PDBUBHED EVERY 1'BtDAr EVEH ISO, Preecott, Yavapai County, A. T., . ironr jr. maiuoj a: c. ' TERMS IN ADVANCE INVAJUADLY. Ono Cop, Oue Year $700 " " Blx Months 4 00 41 " Three Month, 2 SO Single Copies,. 23 AUVKIl'nstNO; Ono square, one time, Vi.OO; each additional lime, HjO. haeh additions! square, same rate. A Iltn.-rl discount wHl he mule to persona con llnulng the fame advertisement for three, air, or twelve monthf. Professional anil business Wilt inserted upon reasonable torma. tVTrtailfat Aitertl3it will not be Inwrttdla till paper natll after Iter imII hart baea far. l'ertons sending " money tor inscription, advertlslnr Job work may forward ll by mall, or otherwise, at their own rink. Isgal Tender Sottt taken ot par in payment for luhtertption, aiizertieing ami job xcorH. Ad drc all order and letters to "THE MINlliV Pieicott, Artxoiia. llSmn tinlnr Jay'e Dally. Southern Arizona. I From the Citizen of December 13th. Hrotucr MMson giv...

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 December 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, DECEMBER 20, 1873. (X .?. II. MAUI ON". icmtor. Th drmUtien of the MINER tela coaildraMy great er thus that of aty othr Arijwia pr, boilneia men sr. trywbtrt will n4 It adtsntagtoei to rsake tsowa their baalasu In Iti airertiiinc calsmci. Tsere l ait a toa, Tillage, military poet, faratag or' mlalng attlmat la the Territory lawhith the paper does not circulate, and coplei of It are Mat to every But and Torrlwry of the Ualoni which, cooplod -with It ago and itaadla?! maxo It a tery dsairabta adrsrtiilng median. ' Ci.om: or Volume Td.-Thto bcinS the I liaU''y lwt b,s baUnct-wbccI, became intoxi i..tn...tr omnium, ten. of the Wi.kkly 1 -atcd with his (little) journalistic greatness, ARioMMi.si:i.wetaket)Uasurointbat.kinc ihn ntrnn. n,l KnruU wku. .!nc. Remember "1st, 1807, have, by patronage and words ot i ""w t -" a well as to greatly improve tho paer, in every respect. While the patronage bestowed upon tho office has barely enabled us to lire, add nco ...

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 December 1873

goal & QUmlUntm 0. J From Haturday's Dolly." T.tm Cnr.KK. Mr. Halloa was In here yester day, (rum Walker' Onto,), on upper Lynx creek, where he, with his wife and family rraitlc. Ho polio of very cold weather, owlnj; to which, ar rostralng lor gold had to m suspended. Creek tnlnltiK was, nowever, htlsk nud profitable when Mr. II. left, und will remain so during ttila winter. Lower down tho creek, at the old .Muxlcan camp, men were ut work with rockers, nnd all, he said, Informed lilm tint thy with doing well. Mr. Lovcjoy has everything In rcadlncsi for working hi hydraulic claims. .Mr. 1. J. Marr, of Woohcy Valley, was In our olllcc this tiiornltifr, and Inlormod u that (Icor'u Jletutzeliuau, M. .aiij;e and others of the valley, who haru placer claims in Hit' Hlf district, were making preparation lor working tticui. Mr. M. says that the farmers of tho valley have not, as yet, secured their corn. Mr. K. 8. l'cnwcll, of this ofllce, vrho hss hcen conllued to hi bed lor several day...

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 December 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PJRES'COTT; DECEMBER 2(U8T3L TELEOUAIMUC. Special Dispatches to tho Arizona Miner, By Western Union and U. 8. Military Lines. St. LouU, Dec. Ill Wednesday last, a. farmer living near Cambridge, Mo., while p turniiiR home from selling hog, was at tacked bv tic mon, Vlllcd and rubbed of S30O. A' ni'iitloman coming along shortly afturwarln, found the tknil body and over beard the murderers dividing the money. Quietly gathering a few neighlor., they ur rutindcd and caiitured three of the gang and hanged ihcm to a tree. Men uro in pursuit of tho other two. Now Yoik. Dec. 19 Wright A; Tilling bast, drv goods commission merchant.", noti fied their creditors, to day, of their inability j to meet maturing obligations. Their Mispen ion was brought about by tho lo of credit caused by the failure ot A. A, M. Sprague, tho latter firm being pecial partners in the firm of Wright ft TillinghaM. KliJUibcth, N. J., Dec. 10. Herman, who married Lucy Schleman in Hamburg, brought h...

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 June 1877

.1 - 4 I 1 I ' ' . I --aw j c ve- fit" i .43 A ! j)L- XIV.-NO. 25. JIIE ARIZONA ailXElt. PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAY. -W. BEACSH. Editor anil Proprioior. .DkeSrstnnsiber of the Wkkkly MiXKB riii)ldiiD 1-aroh 9. 64. and in this, iu thirtMOth j -r. it oaa. truth, claim to be tho oldest. a beat sowtftaper taUtie Territorr Subscription JvtitOH. Car. One Year S5.00 8.00 1.75 25 ....15,00 i Si Months Tkr.. t.i-th. IiCdhh ally and WffV.lv, one eor -A.ilvrtissiji2 1-vtitos. 1 Oie-.nch ( ISlinesof thi tve). i-colataa. 3.00 far 6r :!.'- ! $1 50 ter ioeh few earn at4tiaa! inertiou. I tl US rl 1 viit from rar.' r 1 11 be wad to ,r- n. io adtetti.e laiyel by tb year, half vaar or jlBProfr. onal and b-,itMFCni iertc4 Bpcraa-VMt'ternis. nfersoa .ending aey tot rabvrrirHioa.advettislac (Jeobwork. "' forward it by mail, or etrws, nl rJr own risV XJitg.nl Tcn-ltr .Votes taken at par in ptyntnt Jw siA tltripttci ad.trti'tnffandjobiotrl: lr TKM. In adunct tntirmiy. AGENTS FOR THE Ml.VIiR. AN FKASCISCO ClIAs...

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 June 1877

ft Fill DAY, J I'M-: S, 1S77. Qrtisinl Paioi of Yavnpui County. C. IT. Crane, A2 Mmtifnerji s'rert. Sn Vs-ifro. u ta't Agtnt frtt .it v Minkk in tkat t. He it MKiSeritni ta eil-ct mt-y Jut Mm tttabiumrt. tale erders far j.fre :i.j a atttnd to anw etter tun'rjii Hrrelring ujwit km at A ttprettntattrt linsliliT LANDS. Wc hear complnint ami growling upon eTerj hand, and through the various jour nals, upon the grand swindle being perpe trated br companies and monopolies in gob bling up large tracts of our public domain under the Desert Land Act. Wc look upon the location of desert hnds under tfc law somewhat different to nnnv of our contem poraries. For instance, what we now claim as our desert lands, were it not for this law, would undoubtedly remain for ages in stain yuo. They are n v likely to be reclaimed and made jrard.-a p t, utieoualled in the United States. It will have a tendency to invite imm:g.-ation to the Pacific Slope. Money will be c.vwndi'd in opening up the future parad...

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