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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 8 June 1877

S, si C Pftw FIlll)AY, JlTNli S. 1877 M&t-iul l'ayioi of Yav.itwi County, HMKaL Noti. m lh rtudtng o-.'n rU fc ckmrftit ttr raft IIU..IX rt:u r nn jut httt intertL ticru'y , mts a line fr ruik s-.htritnt iiwrhM, Coca I intelligence. TUESDAY. kWe have heard that n camp mrctiuir ii to icUl at Salt river on Spteinler 11. Soi.u. ITio I cjulcr ouartx ;5CIKM Turkey cj mr.tr u-ac ... .1., fi mj . 'w", v..w4. wiit i.-wnj p.p, at Sheriff's sale, ami wns licl in br Bj3pra or co. y Xf. Thompson, from Lower Ivirklsnd taltey. arrived last croning with a load of friable, inciuiiin onion. cks, lettuce, . JiStoago, raddishes, etc., which he disposed t oar restaurauts. in a few minutes. .Mr. CJjrill return in a few days with another v - - - , "Mr. Jacksou and son re in from Kirk MMtvallcv and rcjmrt the corn xtoj in that HeV is b.ukwanl ! tit. -t.m.i n the iDTWtn't : . rally jxvir, hut ;itiritutt to the jfry v.xiityx- Mirronndias; him as having a 8jpr ), i f.ir larjre crop-. Tnc nun lias M j-p u...

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 June 1877

65? i T X A FRIDAY, Jl'.Mi S. 1S77. SAN CAKI.OS AtJUXCY. Lssi Saturday's dispatches credit Inspec tor Vandcvcr with remarks that he is not likely to admit as his own, uuless he is more stupid and ignorant than he has credit for- lie is charged with saying "that if the order to station a military officer at the San Carlos is carried out, the worst results -would follow."' If this is supplemented by adding "to the Indian King in Tucson,'' all right, nobody will object, and nearly everybody will agree to it. "That no Agent of the least honesty or manliness or self-respect would submit" to the same," we beli. e to be the sentiments of the Tucson King, and not of Gen. Van dever, for he. as Indian Inspector, should know thai the ordtr is entirely in accordance with paragraph 20SS Kevised Statutes, which makes it imperative that the Agent and a military olliccr shall be present at all issues to Indians, and, that the present order has been isucd at the request of the Commisj-ioner of India...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 8 June 1877

Mind gen Fier vallcv prospc 2n spottC' id valley Wells, F;. W. Blak iming. ablisUed nding or 'eral ye: ike will to patron 11 bo of WEEKLY ARIZONA MINEj getting : he sam cd. XJ I3 ItJ 3X 13 TV Die Boa day esa buildioj nth Lc VOL. XIV PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1877. :d them a who Mini? communicated. Office of Brious Gootmicu, Attornm:t at Law and Dim. Att'y for Pima Co., ltT Judicial District, A. '1'. Tucson, A. T., May 2S, 1877. To the Etlitor f tlu Miner. Who has lied, the Surveyor General of Arizona Territory or I I The affidavit of "William A. MeDennott, Star reporter, herein set forth, will show. In a sheet, known as the "Citizen," pub-lishe-! weekly in this town, and edited by one John Wasson (bite of Idaho), wlio now holds the lucrative ollicc of Surveyor-General of this Territory, upneared a " wider," on the 20th inst., which was headed, "That Lying Dispatch." The said leader or arti cle attempts to deny the truth of the fol lowing dipatch (which was. .sent by...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 8 June 1877

I 1 4n jir w'v niiro;iiVMMiW'l, or Im is proparini; to tiiif-is in :in hotiit littunekil irv. Camn Howie. A T., May 31. st in f.)in tin- west: has lueii rornilldl livo inJ -.o;ist by Indians simv lOoVlock. lIore a. k mail 'rider wont wi-t from here nt 10 Vkk k a. m., ami was nut in: liy lckloari was lirolKilily killt'ii. Flic cornillod a n-hevtsl Itv a uV::ie!wn'nt. of r.nir- rii nu-n of t ho tlc:;raih party, eoinina: from mil. i.nuit. l.tciiionant KnoKor suirts 1111- mtlnuvlv with twontv men and his scouts. B .Siiul: Wai.i.aok, Omul'i;- I Tucson. Jnno 1. f V m.ul ndir w.is killed ly the Indians, (lirv,- mile-. eat of t'ainp lovu and another was killed Jive miles wo-t of i; wi- yester il.iv. In the first r.w.ii sin ill body -t troop- Mil 1 em.ciis wont out and found the body. it iieoiinteivd more Indians than they tsmld u hin an.l telurne 1. ruat coiitorn- jioii n ails. Tin citizens arc- siirnins; a pe itim to yeut C'I'iiu, asking if hostile vanno: he e taxed to keep the jeacc, as o...

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 June 1877

-mV ". .' - WC? t VJV '1 L. XIV. -NO. 2li. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864: 9 ' fSPta...... - fin. ir wm 5 1 BHE All 1Z ON A I'unusncn kvcky kkioay. chas. "w. jbjzijcjes:, CUtoi nm! rVorittor. t 6ri:u:nVcr of tbr W'KKKLV 3UNKR vr.n i.a.tcMi U S. 161. Rti4 in tM. it tfciHawia vow. it ran. I truth, claim to l tbr I.Vrt, aad t aw.jwprr ' f Te-rltorv. subs-orijt ion Ivtitesi. 5jr, Oar Year Six Mentbf I ...55.00 ... 3.W .... 1.75 5 . .Vsi5,6o : m J " Threr .Mmtti .Attvort.iine: litoe, i 12 ltoerf tM yp). in ooIomk. S3.(XI Ifcrllr. miit l'riH rat !t' t . t. f--orj-lj lj th ,ir. lualt yaw H.1 and lri rl invrrtM mpn iwkhw irtd.ni: mt t atf ri Pt h-a , ad v rrtt c f ,9T , f ii .V AGENTS KOKTltlS rAv rcnco CHa;. W. OS..n& Yosic Y. I'MWIK J)l NiKth 4rt tt;et. Artsonn. J.vsttw Amrnn ' A. K..nk . J. U. I'tKIWOV W. 31. HMV; a. t:. i) ! Geo. i: utvo c. ii. ykh.1 Jos. OMU.vwDOt ; Rruiisoorr post okkici:. lltAl' AM) IKr.KTl"HK OV U. S. MAILS. f tMMB 13, A.nivan...

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 June 1877

I - a. m FK1DAY, J I'M I, 1S77. Official Paixn of Yavaini County. C. W. Oaar. 4Si .Vamtftmrry ttrttt, Smn Frmntitro, it tale Agtnt ft tht Akuona MiM'.k i Mat rile, lie t authorittd to colUct movjk tt f Jkt t uCaMifAMewr. talt crtifrj fmr rrrtiij aarf affcKii to any oMer tuifruii tjVrclruttr ufmn hi a tht rtprtstntmtivt of tht pttbtithtrs. Complaints. We have received two com plaints, for publication, fnm Mrsons claini iti to have becu arrested uul imprisoned by Indian Agent Chun on the San Curios reservation, tor no reasons except that Mr, Clum had an antipathy against them. As every person Iihs a right to resort to the courts of justice for any wrong or persecu tions inflicted on then!, we prefer that the innocent, injured parties should apply to the courts for relief. We do not think Mr. C. would perpetrate such an outrage as charged against him unless lie had some reason for so doiug. If persons go on an Iudian reser vation and bieak the laws of said reserva tion, the person in c...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 15 June 1877

V.:-' SI m OX, V r'l 111 piM x Fill DAY, .11 Mi JS77. Pa pot- ot" YnviiiHi County. SrXCIM N. Tli is M mdtnn ,v.mt trill it ryr4 Itttt rate , il(t..Tl l p r .. for jirH !vrf,, Local intelligence. TUESDAY. ive thousand head of sheep liave latclv amved on thr Yenle from California. I Fr.ii:k M.).i.-k train arrived in town tv !iaa w t:i l'),H0 pounds ot ore from the Sd- t3I'ruai . R)m hundred and fiftv head of borse yes- 'today paed through Willtaiwsoa Valley iTroute to Prcscott. 'he t rook mill ha- been ruuniojr swece.- Jiliv for tlte tast two weeks rrn Jiintr ore jlPtho Slu-UeiihraiHt ami other elaiia. he li i ruor mid Secretary hare, for the sen, touted tnciromec in the hai'K iwrt ' tidnr-,' t roierlv occunie! hy Papt. oiviitridtt was iu town to-lay. i in liHiiiiug HitoIht for ilr. of rcr-'u- i allev. He rr.nortc ta- of tin eivps in that -wtion. vi Mr M:ivne. of the tirui of Kmler it we !.irn that tliee gentlemen rveentlV' ijud fnm the Ajaehe U'litef, to hirer 1, England, twelve ton ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 15 June 1877

i -1. Wmx. T 31HITAKV Uhdeus - la pursuance of m- "SAuunirsur.n in EntopE." Hon. Tom structions from Headquarters of the Army, Fitch, the "Mlver-toiisjued" orator (n tefU- FK! DA V. .It M. Io. JS77. Iton. Joliu l.ithroj Motley. The doAth is recorded at London a few since sinr-c of the Hon. John Lothrojt Motlcv one of the nvt diti gtiishcd American citizens. The decoaM-d was jwrliaps better known as au author than as a jwlitieian, al though in public lift he earned a deservedly high reputation as a diplomat. Mr. Motley was born in l)rfhMer, Massachusetts, April 15, 1S14, aud wa consouentlv in hi;. suiy.iourtliyenr. tiegratluated at Harvard : U, 12; II. 14; 1. fl; K, A. Total, S4. the Companies servinr in this Department are to be reduced as follows from each com pany : sixth cw.vi.nv: Companv A, 12; 15, '2; C. 10: 12, G; F, 2: 0,2; if, C; 1, 14; K. 10: L.S; M, 3. Total number to bo eischargtd from the Regiment, 5. EIGHTH IXPAJWHT: Comini&tioanl Staff nud Hand Chief Mn sician Albi...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 15 June 1877

"Ui :n nr. WEEKLY ARIZONA MINEf If SUPPLE IMC 33 IV T He 'act VOI 701. XIY MUESCOTT. ARIZONA. FEIDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1877. 1 Monroe Hot Springs. At last the fabled "Fountain of Youth " vhas been discovered in the recesses of tho mountains of Yavnpai county, Arizona. Monroe Springs were discovered and located three years ago by George Monroe and Ed. Farley. They made a trail to the spring, and that constituted nil the work done lor three years. They were re-located .May 27, 1877, by Jesse Jackson, who intends build ing and making a permanent residence. The springs are about sixty miles south of Prcs cott. Tho best route to them from Prcscott is via Walnut Grove, from thence to Oak Flat, from thence to Willow Creek, from thence to tho head of Castle Creek, from thence down Castle Creek iiftecn miles. The spring issues from granite rock, at the head of a small canyon, (lowing about twenty inches of water, which runs through a rockv canyon about half a mile to the mouth on Castle Cree...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 15 June 1877

ARIZONA. CarreanoaJenoe if tha 8tt PeanrlMa Alta 1 orknck. A. T., Mv 25, 1877. In my utter iiom Suutltura Arizona ineiUiou nude of tht: excitement then pervading section, Utving tj the new discoveries in ...... if iT'i 11 tin r i . cnmn ihtic iiiim .1 i . ..i n.. :.. lovcr runs liirli now all over the Tcrri- , and the r jaiU arc thronged with pros- ( mi nil? minimi iuhii iiilu a uc 1111111111 irv. iijl uitSK uris ntiL mi? uii.v iicunit: 1 . . ft A... . 1 1 .1. . I. . i . ..it . i . . . - . Ai'. t .1. in annua ja mi: viiiii in in i iL.iuik . 4.1m crniurv uiu o.uu;i viiiii, ami miu ou- n liinre number of inltiilifct nnd sue- ul uncuuunsis arc pus.i.ntj in, locat- mean w maKe a siav 01 n. inu i uic of men Arizona most needs; volul, v tanners ami stock-irnnvers, men who . . I 7.1. T 1 1 1 Utile U illk. UIIUUIIUUU (Mi ng nriM?HLnLi on Liiti I'aciiii: uusl 1 inea know all about the chin itc they fl ll'lVi" 111!" Ill" ll 111 llllilll'rr.ii 11111 LJif- . . .... hi ..j 1 . j . m. 11111111 ii...

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 June 1877

VOL. XIV.-NO. 27. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1877. ESTABLISHED 186.4 THE ARIZONA MIXER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. CHAS. "W. BEACH, Kditor ami Proprietor. The first nnraber of the Wrkki.1 Miner wissued on nMareh 9. Ifc'lil. and in thin, it thirtieth vir. It oan. with truth, oliim to be thr eldest. aad test imrt rover i In the Territorr. Subscription Kntus. One Cpy. One Year C5.C0 Six Months 3,00 " Three Moaths 1.75 SiicleCopies I'O Daily and Weekly, oe yenr S15,00 AttvtrLiNiiiir l?utc.s. On inch T2 lines f llm tyje la column . 33.00 for r r.rt on and $ I .10 er ineb inreach add Clonal inaerti. A 'xral dmXHiat tnm above rate will lie made to er- .i adiertite largely by tkm year, half tear or' Hilar:, r. , Pr.tesinaal and kCMMKCMd imtntti rMraa-- Die T. r.n. IV- ns se ndiac Burner lor satritkia. dverti-imc r w .ik. may foraard it by ssjul, or otUrwiM. at th r ."tii risk. J, ;.' Tfuder .Yre taken mt par in payment Jenni fer: t ctJrrrtising mmi job MMrt'. .2' i'EKM. naJeai...

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 June 1877

Tf t.rt- VW? -the msTonr or it. I FHIDAY, J USE 22, 1S77. Oftleial Paper of Yavapai County. C. Crane. Xentgettry ttrtt. San JVancirro, ti le't Jcf"lrH AU'A MtvLiS in that atg. lit n vlAeritrd f coll-it nenrys dut Hti eitabluhmtnt. tait orders for airtrtntng and attend to any other bkiinttt deeoiemj upott him at tke tprtitntatirt of thi yub.xsltrs Tilt: GALLANT YOUTH. Indian Agent J. P. Chun lias offered to take the protection of the Territory upon his shoulders, in addition to the fire thousand pets that belong to his Agency, if he can hare two companies of Indian police. He eridently thinks that if officers of the army can attend to his business, he can undertake to do military duty. He is a gallant youth brare, energetic and charitable. The ill success of the Governor and Captain Buford, his right hand man, who really has all the capacity there is, at San Carlos, to manage Indian scouts, does not deter him from un dertaking the tas-k of keeping the Indian: quiet, lie proposes to 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. — 22 June 1877

L' 1 II I I Till, -V- " V l.li WT-w -s 1 VJk rv' fig Fill DAY, Jl'M 52. 1S77 . - . .i . .. JKnul l'.iiioriit'tlioTowii ofPiVMoott ; NUL Nvn."l' in !r trail my colums mil rryr4 v" it-fti. cr f.: a ! for faM iiNnikh rlmL Now barley, the first of the srnon, rais-ci'. , M S.ilt llier, was offered in our town thi- monun; at 4l. cents jht pound. cal Intelligence. TUESDAY. tt. . E. I). Thomas was. ou the 12th of MHlth, "ranted 1!.") diivs' le.m- of ab- .Mr. T i now rutic.iting in the ins outheat of l'rescott. tSBf C. and A. Stnire C'otnimnv arc ro th? rocky mesa road between Wick aud Ante'ope. This is n ".tod job. w appreciated by the trstveiiiiir Sheep and cattle are said to bo dying; ol starvation by the scores in I.os Anjjele? county, especially in that portion of tht can m v in mid r round Sun .Ioemid 1'omotM. llcnrv Vox. for manv vears a resident of this .-octinii of AriionH,lms lieen pronounced. liy compctcut persons at l uma, ai liisnnr ami tins occii e.il to mockioii. tax was a kin...

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 June 1877

v FRIDAY, JIM-: -22. 1S77. OtUcial Paiwr of Ynvjtpni County. . FrctI Dtuj;Iass on Washington City. Ytrta the lUlumeee G startle. May io. The folloivinjr is a synojsi of that terri ble speech delivered by Fretl Douglass, fo? winch the people of Washington City asked President Hayes to dismiss the coul in the snowbank from their iniuM: Washington was not a jootl city. It ha a good tunny churches, but it is some dis tant:, from the pot to which their sjiireb point. It had a bad beginning, and haU never produced any great salesman or phii mithroptet. The decendauts of the old families make no mark. It sided with trea son against lovnity, aud its selection wks a gicat mistake teiag sandwiched between two slave St tes,amrthe headquarters of tin iare trade, wiiere the boys were soid sume. It ias cruel without reason and in- dece ti with ut shame. Ireedom ot speed aud toe mess was unknown, and its idea was lavcrv. Jolu Quir.cv Adams was threat- Cited with death lot advocating the nglit ot p...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 22 June 1877

1 t WEEKLY ARIZONA SUPPLEMENT. VOL. XIV PKSCOTT. AEIZOJA. FRIDAY ETMI10, JUKE 22, 1177. MI C on nd Completion of a Military Trlocr Um Aeraia the Coatlaant. (Vrooi lb Rka TrmariMo Call J During the past tvro year the Signal Ser vice branch ot tho Government, under the direction of Genera! Mycr, has performed considerable work in the extension of mili tary telegraph lines. Tho United States now runs and operate 1,U00 miles of wire in Texas and about 1,400 mile in Arizona and .Mexico. Recently near Santa Fc, New Mexico, the New Mexico and Arirona sys tems were connected, so tliere is now a con tinuous southern lino across the continent. At Santa Fe the Western Union lines run ning from Denver, Colorado, into New Mexi co, connect with tho Government wires, al though the latter operates tho line from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to Pueblo, Colorado. It is now in contemplation to connect the Texas and New Mexico divisions by build ing down the Rio Grande from MesiIia,Ncw .Mexico, via. El Paso to...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 22 June 1877

a a. I ... otk. 4 1 . - imhit norm nil f"V out on Lion josc 1 .. llv in an eastern A . - 1 siocK una every - U was making a a remon. but vts- from the &outli- i it a - which the mon- in fif" 11 i-iiii.iiii- 111 IKilU Wl ami completely T.iss tin nit liiici; ii .. ? T n t for the nollc hours, without a ... .! have burned un . l l l 1 a - ? -I 1 .I 'I - IT Ueil'Mlt'U butchering1 what even i MHrvaiion, is apprehended aait iin.'T IlltIV 111' 111 L1. I i 1 I. . . ---- - c-" - i Antcr his miccii - - iiTA htrnrt - . . i . m ti ii iii-rif r?i r:in from this city, n ntts nor no rin. ins i-i i v it in i iiii II III lllf" f IMIilMTi 1 flames, and th)0 destroyed. Tlie v ur ui'Mii. i hp ii i-1 "i ii linn i ii A large amount . .1 rrl... I imi i in- .f-i i if-rni on this account ii- - i'i'iiii iitiiiii iii'ii Ax Important Experiment. The Plio ccne mining company, whose claims are near Uownicville, will introduce machiuery to bore for gravel. Tins mode of prospecting a gravel mine is something o...

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 June 1877

tfotrna mLittPf t L. XIY.-NO. 28. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1877. ESTABLISHED 186.4. BHE ARIZONA 3I1XEH. PUBLISHED EVERY r KID AY. CHAS. "W. BEAOEE, Ktlitor mill Peopriotor. 5Tlr!mimber of the WKKKLV MlNKK wa. iuedaa V 9 1S61. ant) in thU. i: thirteenth er. it .-an, A Mkf truth. olaim to be the oklet, and best ew(,per tmv i erritorv. fcul,.-riitioii 2uto ,f))MCopv, One Year H.IiJfc"' S.x. Month. 1' Three Month. 15taeCoj.s ....S5.00 .... 3.00 .... 1.75 .... S5 .. .215,00 zail w eekly.-one year, -AilvortiNim; J'ut-s. , iOlnrb f IS lutes uf thi.tyfeV in column. SXOOfnrtr ttaftkm and $1 oil (v-r inch tor .rh mldtiional in-ern.m. f AJIbera: .1 .-nint :rm ahme rate. hIH In- made to pr- xrt ader!ie irc.-ly h the -ar, halt mi or flrzufr-.toual and buiue curd. incrtel uprea,. JPerton tckd.ur; i money Jot nbeription. adt ertliiac tsfjb work may forward it by aiail, or otlierwi.e, at INMrjnwnri.V Xfat Tender .V;f' fV' per in jtaymtntjor tub MriMtcn jtlrtrUnni) and fi trl. 917...

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 June 1877

. Wh js$ Minn. Fit I DAY, JIM: 2i, IS77. Oxtlelrtl Papor of Yavapai Count v. C. IT. Crane, l? lttomrry ttrrt. Sen 'mneiicc. it tvi Aft ntfrtt .i; v MiLii k Uet ciry. lit tt cutherittJ Ct nli ct Monsyf rffcf (tit f jfai.'ii.'iintn;. ttit crdtrs J"r adrti usiiy ami citir.d to tiny ttier ttiiwii cVroIriHj ifiw Aim ax fJU rrf rfttniufitr r UUSVKT YIKLU. The amount of ;raui raised on the Sau Isidro raach in Yuni:i county, this year, which is owned by J. M. U.'dondn, will be snmc 503,030 pounds of barley and :55O,O30 ot wbett will be sacked. Tins grain, beside 503 tons of grain hay, large crops of alfalfa. sujar cane and vegetables is the product of lcs than 000 seres of "desert." Yuma cmuty has thous mils upon thous ands of acres just such lxnd as the above. All that is required is a little back bone and energy. A f-w years since we were in Yuma and heard many of the noble sous trim till th; ground in the shade of some pleasant retreat express themselves as satis fied that ll.-d nd. wouu...

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. — 29 June 1877

. . i i.f-t,-ivt..,-- yj.-- - 'luWr ' "yfr''r r? 1 - 'M PRESCOTT. : ;I 8STSS..M - Ill' t 43 i2 8f- a, - ! Fill DAY, J lMi 29. 1S"7. Dffiuhil Papof of the Town ol loewm tlrXCUl. .Situ in the rtsJinp tvlmmt trill Iw rfcarexW Mat tSt retr m. .i i r. T ' .rt im rt.uei, 4Mu faulty or is d I.rr .. i.sicte iswertxeK. Local Intelligence. TV us u .w. Teams arr Inuy h mlia? lumlier and othrr rial l"r the nw u.mk ot .nr. a. i.?wi. II .The l.uiMa f r Mr. S. I-wi, n.-w baaK l ' 'r cn ;et l'ong. ti st:rcr.". - . tret wiuc nu . 1 t. two stone? itig.i. whu me up- M . . . i.e. . ill ill IlllU U - i - .... .. .u .rat llilll S1 ------ .JHis cunp of th? Mi.icot etmatr rod leaders n.Mr W.ckcnburir, .i5 lurocl riiMrtlav ni;hr. A nmtib?r tf men chi Keil HuTco.i lot all th?y had i:t the way 3Wnkc:s and clothing. Mfesrs. Wi!s n and llaskeil. the tuecess lHSd.Lr t"r the e.cction of the county SlWius at $" 5.'.i)T.0T, have piocttml the i..ry b mds anu they vilt clos? tne cki- ; ; ith th 1 wit ot tuiK-rvwr :n ...

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 June 1877

FRIDAY. JVXK 2, 1S77. THE AVIIEELKi: SX'KVKYS. Whathcu Ixen Acvmplidtr I and vkat is Pro jeciei West of the Uus-IluaJrtdlh Meridian Local Intelligence. SATURDAY. Hon. Paul Weber wis tumlerod and has accepted tlic position of Secretary to the Znlidti Minim Company. Thomas Hodw. one of the first white men that entered this Territory, now a resi dent of Kirklaud. arrived from his home In conversation with n Post reporter ves- I liw nftornnnn tcrday, Lieutenant "Wheeler, of the United) f Pistes r.mjiiieer corps, wiio lias been en- r.. P. iNichols, Ai;ent of tho C. & A.Stnire or a trip into connected with raged m the United States Army survey of! Company, left this'mornin;' ft the Pacific slope, gave the following par- J Mohave county on business" ct mat company. ticulars of the work accomplished within the last four years and of the work projected: The survey comprises all the country lying between the British possessions on the north, the boundary line of Mexico on the South, the P...

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