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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 29 June 1877

kUTI he I It- 'feet! r poi :its c Iders urda yed t blank Jessr- X WEEKLY ARIZONA MINE bldd. Iding cssnr t wit 's, for d wor SUPPLEMENT contr PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 29. 1877. I who m THE IXDI.VN UI'KldlXO. IHspAtchfrom General Howard SpecUl Or der Iturtl by General McDowell. Ktvm the San Frnelico Call. June 19. A morning newspaper that revels man ufactured sensations nnd in the repetition of tale charges against public men, failed yes terday to give its readers any information of the uprising of Indians and the conse quent murder of settlers in Idaho Territory. Details of the outbreak were given in Tho Call, and were specially telegraphed to this oflice. Tho news was startling an.l impor tant, and natuarlly created great interest. Elsewhere in these columns will Iks found later advices on the subject. The following dispatch from Portland was yesterday re ceived at Military Headquarters in this city, bv Adjutant General ICelton: ""Dispatch just received from General H...

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. — 29 June 1877

.1.... tli.k tfifttl . v v .1 iimii a... a. ll l l u 3 a lu-r ii"h inn. Col. Minor Jolt I-ajiwui . , . r ...... i.i tint if ii kii . I . iir si 1 11;. itiauu . ... t ww I . ..Illll ixr-i I I'll. I1I1W- Lipwhion Friday uiur is- -uyairv, 11 lii.in.r volunteers. Mont. Klxluin ..f --. ,-,!. mi iwir-s sati illL iifroriioon n.nnil the head of GraiHl ltnpKlf al- .u.l. f I .... ... I I'll. u:i uiu --- . . ... I .... i In. if JosfMlll. HlO OXCltO- u vv: siiirsiuiu-. ... York, Juno Tho World's Wasli- . . if ..l..K.k.lili1tj mill kitliti. III IVa M WHU ...,. aav xva- . Juno 2k This morning tho wound- 1 ....... a. a. aaa I. iMttt 1 i fkt 1 ... .I.Yk tr,.fnfi-in 'l it ik ti rj- wasiii-iaoln a iiatui-io-natiu ngin. . ... .- T . I'... ,!..!.. W...1.I..1 t " . ... 1. I iki wTitmitir i ii v ni ;s:lii r iiiiivjiim. merchant inanno havo been sus r Vrivlii bmthor of Opncral John '.ll T l. a It I I IA llltlll n f-rio in fVmi.(H!inn With I lit ro- T ll.. lLIlIlt'TIlUOIl SCIlIIlf. J1C MIS IIIU '4 !insinSN...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 6 July 1877

A 1DM SDL. XIV.-NO. 29. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864. 4Wl i it imP (ice Or 8 1HE AltlZOXA 3I1XER. PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAV. B T CHAS. "W. BEACH, Editor ami Propri;tor. P UK SCOTT. BUSINESS CARDS. dollar or. TWO. NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!! LAWYERS, rt number of tUe Wkhklv MlXKR -rsinedon 9. 1 61. and in thiv il lhir,WMIh v.ar it .-nn Mhtrutu c.aiiu to be the oldest, and bejt aetvaraprr Ilkojrerritury. m AT TI IE- JOHN HOWARD, Attorney ami Counselor at Law, With cautious stop, as wo trend our way through This intricate world as other folks do, May we still on our journov bu able to view The benovolont face of a dollar or two! l or an oxedlent tiling is a dollar or two: IDAHO INDIAN WAU. ... 3.00 ... 1.75 ... ?5 -515,00 AilvcrliNtiic Jiatos. Subscription J-into-i 0py. One Year 2fl" isx Month acu SiBt' Threo Months Cpi- nd WeekJy, one year, ;0elnrh ( 12 Dncsof thW typ). in oulitmn. 3.00 for flu iBrHrtO and S' .VI per inch fureurh additional inwtiop. lC,f ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 6 July 1877

v SI mixi: or AKIZOXA. FKIDAW ,U LV G, 1S77. Oltii:vt Pnyor of Ynvnpni County, C Couk, ?s A'oafvMrrjr rfrrei. Jan iYwnrinv. u CUAariW X crWtrrf mnt,t Ju tkit ttUtWuhmtnt. takt eriiirs - iirrti$,, a atUr.d la nny r t&.?iNfcifr axxcmxo rivi: status ok mi.xioo. It is evident to our mind that the United make a demand upon gcace would guard the whole line cither an iri ! lrum ,ne ),fX1C1111 or Aiiiericun side. i1, l Such a boundarv. formed In- nut ----.-. tt" ! liable to variation nor subject to disnute. pany with his brother, after whom the fa-i ami so easily ami cheaply guarded and dc- From 3Ir. Ike Ur.utshaw eneetl miner who came to Anzoua, in com . . A ? t states is aoout to make a Mexico for the amount due the former from the latter, ami as Mexico is in a suite of financial ruin, we believe that Mexico will touuer uve ot her northern States in pay- j meat of said indebtedness, lite opinion of! the lofldi II!? men 111 lwivr viftti Tit tliint- ' that it would be hotn-r lor Wl. tiw...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 6 July 1877

' , . rv4 la. . "Ns3 n, IJfFlUDAY, .1UI-Y Ii. 1S77. Psivor ot'thi' Town ol Proseott iSS; - '-' : " " ... I It -1. r mt At ran prtiu .1. cknt- r" !" . ". ( .aMhcthfy cr .ii a .rr enc j(..lyMr iiMrrfcm. cal Intelligence. TCESD Y. .itv an honest Indian A guilt- . J 1? linvs hiw sold his town -.Hroji jii II a h Aveune, 6m f 700. t II. .1. Peters. t.r : - " ... ..7. .. ii .c;. 1 uown as the "tmrtlling. in num- gstt.ct, f: $1,200. :i 1 l. a lurdy pi e.r of WV i i n w quite lwul king w 1:1 l'icscott. -:s a young gentleman i-ew ui from a small boy of in r 1 f Antolouo. who 81 . a lanre statia and store at i i town t-il.iy making pu :i il for his bniiding. oMirafrom Camp JleDow ..t Port Whipple to-day for will be utilized in bui!di-g the commanding e:ieral. on Black Caxyox. Tom Swilling, as 2lr"fSviHinL'. Frank Claws. Chas. lJouoe . Dounc leparture lijv&tlwd x Tdr. Smith took their : ,?LJlSf,fr n.ai-k t'anvon. the mines and hot r,i:il3rwagen and Waters were apjuinttfd to ., .jSrctVivos, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 6 July 1877

Mwx. FRIDAY, jri.Y . IS77. r I'KLic i si pkovu.m iints. W.u.xut Grove. June 1S77. Editor Minkr: A meeting; was licit! nt this place to-day fur tlic purpose of getting; att the centime it of the Valley generally, ami to express their av.med intentions to fijih: the Acts of the Xintli Legislature to the bitter enil ami appeal to the proper source to try the constitutionality of it. The meet ing was called to ouler, ami Mr. J. Myers was elected Chairman. After the usual araouatof sparrir.g the following was agreed upon : Whereas: The Legisluture of the Terri tory of Ariz js. in the year 1S77, did piss Certain acts nuthnztngihe County Super visors of Yavapai County, of said Territory, to isuo bond fr the sum of $10,000 f."r te purpose of building a county road from Prejcott tt Bnidslww mountains, a distance of thirty mile.: and said Supervisors were also authorized and instructed by said Leg islature to bay a cciiain toll-road, known as the "Miller Iron Spring Road." and to issue bonds ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 6 July 1877

mot Capt. ty. on ue sum Uvcr lc Ugdis1 MIN W Steph ut Gru tiat val ARIZONA U P P L 23 M 3E IV T VOL. XIV PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. FHIDAY TUhY 6, 1877. Artlw 'homo rr:5lrizoiii Mr. T.io Sellcm n-UIUn Coitrovery. The New York Tribune of June21t ay: A well-known hotel proprietor of lhi city stated jestcrday, that tho Saratoga hotel tlitUculty was the result of a quarrel at the Grand Union Hotel last Summer between Mrs. A. T. Stewart and Mrs. SeUgman. Mr. Stewart, it wa said, wad insulted by the latter lady, and in consequence ha given orders this season that no Jews should bo entertained nt the Grand Union. Several Hebrews stated hut niggt Uiat they believed thi was the real cause of their exe'usiou. The Evening Pot wtya: There Mieni to be no doubt now tint the anti-Sligman or der was a broid and distinct imp, drawing the line of hospitality of the Grand Ualoa Hotel upon n line o'f nice or of actuator hereditary religious filth. The proscriptivo spirit of which it is believed t U: the result...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 6 July 1877

Ensl.tnil ntul 'irypt. or ay i: Sel far 101 03 I C1 mm IM csoi r ni-oic iiir.inicia. J r.iph )rinis startling news con ic proposed English occupation mcnt annexation of Egypt for the curing control of the Suez canal ircsjnt and luture. rmanciallv !i:is owned the country ever since lsc of Egyptian bonds to satisfy irs. and the present is certainly int for taking actual possession. tiling remarkable about the affair iirent precipitation 01 tne m vc- ;re a bl r lias ben struck on the anything done toward thrctten- antinoplc and thereby the Suez 'lie English tories who have been it ab mt Russia's aggressive policy of annexation will no doubt iivl :use fir this acqnisi.ioi (for such it ainly 1)3) of a tributary province to-"a Power with which England war. According to the accounts of ish orresp.indentsand military coin- irs the Turks are very strong on the ;and fully able to bar the road to ifHjtinopl for sonic time to conic. Wli v. prccipiuiti Jiu .hither the puulic wilfully misled with...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 13 July 1877

J V .; .;- VOL. XIV.-NO. 30. THE Alt IZ ON A MIX lilt. runusiiED kvery kridat. It Y CHAS. W. BEACH, Kclitoi ami l'ropi'iotor. Theflrotniimberof the Wi:kki.Y Mimck trnlHedn March . 1:61. and In this lt thirteenth year. It own, with truth, olaim to be the oMe,t, uud best nnjner ta the Territory. Subscription Katos. One Copr, Oof Yfar Six Month, Three Month. S'nele Copies Daily and Weekly, one year,.. ....S6.00 .... 3.00 .... 1.75 .... 26 ..$15,00 .A.tlverti:sin:r Xvtitcs, One inch ( 12 line f IM, type), im column . 53.00 fr nr. nrti.'n and $1 50 jvr iwh foroaeli iMMitioaal Insert hw. A Mheral di.eowut Irani ah rat"- rlll Is- mwl' to )r n who adxerti-e larrely by the year, kali year r l"nrt r lrofe. oujI ubJ bu.meMUi ired Hriou ble term. l'ersons enJineii' " lot satefita.adieriiMi: or iob work, mat forward It by a.ail, wr aihwwie, at their own riV. I Xjrtl Trmrr yits leant jur i payvttntfiriub' ttrtntteu. aurtTti$ing anHjao tourx. 'TERMS. Inadeanet tnmiriaWy. AGENTS VOU THU MIX lilt. o...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 13 July 1877

9b FBI DAY. .U'l-Y r.i. IS77. Ottlelnl l'a;v?r of Yavapai Comity. . . :wtr'M-t Anu mvm tujinm dtrkriup km u lit rprfhjr V ..txuJ.uiri. Tin: wat: in tiii: hast. It is now about three mouths muco the declaration of warww oiliciallv announced i.. ...:..,.. i... c..i,., uy hk v4 ...v -.....- ' lncmeia mc umww inaiermm the prosrrcss of the Kussians iu their iuva- sioniuto the Ottoman Empire, and gave the force strc tho invader in attempting to cmcr mcir territnrv. It N vnerally conceded that the JRussiaus have been slow in progress, but it must be renumbered that every inch of ter ritory trained by them has been stubbornly contended for, nnd the acquisition has been gained through rivers of blood from the heart of the contending armies. The city of Kar- has been the scene of much blood shed and contention, and the whole world j were waiting with anxious breath expecting to hear that it had fallen into the hands ofj the luSinS, b after great loss of men the nrotcctimr wnat inev consider a...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 13 July 1877

Icb. Mmx. ii juiuv, .iriA r.s. is--?. Sal lUiwrol'ilu'Town t.tl't-ot-oott T3nTITa n ff rf4rfm W eMf t Wi.tu ( rack .Wvt inwrft. r z rrrr-. - fea! Intelligence. Tl'ESOAY. from tliu Chnrniingdalc Vnl- town. ....... y i 1 cs Gnun:r and William Jiciowi via iVipKs' Valley. Ctililnun. of Williamson alley. fjfc-n and informs ii that the crops m Ion .'ire lookim; tair but need ram. EC. A. Ttced. .ltuljse of the District vl.to health has been bad. wo are ;to learn from his own mouth, is en- cm ered nnd feels better than is hio 3t. ackson. from Kirktund alloy, wn tins morning, and informs us tliat in tn.it :tll y are all dead wb . n tf urn' m to xilitch am mm will p-n in toe vicinity ot -tiU to tin ton. it tir tn:i ie.ni i- two nines irom mo nun .tiul aliut two-and-a-halt' feet wide; contains a zn.nl d:il of j;vod millint; on- of low ijrade, say $.0 to $.0 to the ton. The Iolipe is two-nud-a-httlf miles from the mill, i over two feet wide, ami contain, a larie amount of excellent milling ore ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 13 July 1877

A' s II! Jl . I 111 I FRIDAY, Jl'lA l, 1S77. Ottleinl Pujmm' of t lu Town ori'ww! t ovn roi'vi'itv'S okic.in. Our fathers emo hither from a himl to which tlier wore never to rrturi. Hither they had brought, nml liore thoy woro to fix their hopes, their attachments ami their objects. Some natural tears they shel as thev left the pleasant abodes sf their fath ers, anil Mime emotions they suppressed when the white chlT of their native coun try grow dim in their sight. A new existence mvsuuhI them here; ana when they saw those shores, rough, cold, barbarous ami barren, as they then were, they beheld thoir country. Before they reached the short they had established the elements of a social ytrm, and at a much earlier period had scttlrHl their forms of re ligious worship. At the moment of their landing, thoreiorv, they possessed institu tions of government and institutions of re ligion. The morning that beamed on the first night of their rep.v saw the pilgrims -' ..... . . . . ftl 1 .J 1....

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. — 13 July 1877

Rogers, a town. cs Gc row Pe cs Goi wn and Si ion are WEEKLY ARIZONA MISj whose I to lear SUPPLEMENT icoverct ont. VOL. XIV PBESCOTT. ARIZONA. FIUDAY EVEMIJTG, JULY 13, 1877. ' "SJnckson l tliis ni th The Kntl of the World. TtlU Second Advent!! think thrr limn certain information that Lie end of the world will occur on the ?th of tho present month, r-nr some tune past they have liecn journeying and holding forth in various parts of the State, and Just now they arc doing their best to warni and enlighten the people of S.icnuncnto. The curious sect has adhered to its belief with a jiertinacity ill rewarded by circumstance.-.. It is nearly f rty years since Miller first preached the imminence of the Second Advent of Christ, and though the appointed day has come and pished away many tunes since then, and the nd is not yet, the Advcntist appear as ready as ever to pin themselves down to n precise date, and as incajiablo as ever of being discouraged by disapjwintment. The idea that the en...

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. — 13 July 1877

7 5 x Of. .T I ... as. Nat it 03 K. .T i IXjr Julv 10. A dispatch from Lew. details of encounters with In itio 3d, 4th and 5th hist., near Cot- ;On Tuosdav, Col. Winppio scut !and Weanvelt to scout for Indians rtion of HowamV Camj on mo rer. mev n:ui nw gouu 0 or 400 Indians who run mom .ft!- ramn. ItlMUVClt Was Un it tWd. Jlllll both reached eamu. irderod a command to bo in readi ivo a anv uioinent. Lieut. Kaiiis, r and cloven men. wore sent in m..onnniln. ltains ami ins men tho first nxjthls ddoof Cotton- doun into aside ravine, wnon attacked, and ttcforo Whipple to tin-til tho whom party woro then Whipple's eoiuniand caino rtiieil a line of uaiiio on mo oasi niMue, and the Indians on tuo i orxMi ground, about 1,000 yards ero thev remained nionaeinj; each- to hours, until darkness sot in. Ipp.o rout mod to liis Camp. Tho . . . ...I ...... ... I .-.. na. 11CU iliu l w nrtitw till . uuvir Xext niornlni: wninnlo with artcd this way to meet Col. Perry, expectiM wun a supply tram irom ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 20 July 1877

VOL. XIV.-NO. 31. PRESC0TT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864. cm m THE AKIZOXA MlXElt. FUDL1SHED EVERV FRIDAY. n y CHAS. W- BEACH, .Editor nnil Proprietor. The 5rit number of the WEEKLY MINER wnslssuedon JUith S. 1S64. and In thi. it. thirteenth year, it . :th truth. cU.m to b the oUe.t. and best newspaper (t the Territory. Subscription Ksitcs. ...S5.00 E Oa Cpy. One tear 3 00 MX MOniD , r, " Three Months 1.75 Jl'nc'e Copies 35 S15,00 fc Daily and Weekly, one year JVilvfrtisinc Kates. OneiuebrlSlinesoftHlsty Vrofr. wnal and bu,lescanl iered uponreana- h'lVr'.n.u eulimCu.uM.'y lot .Verition.a4vertIinc or ob worV may forwanl it by ss.aU. or otkerwi.e.at Lt7I Wr .V-ffi Ulfnat rmriHpafmtnterSub tertp'ion. aJrtrtisinndj mrl: TERVS. In a Jraef inwiriaMy. AGENTS FOKT11E .MIN15K. Has Fkascuco Cha?. W. Craxs. i'X Montromerv street. X.w TOUK - W. rERRH 301 North iid street. Ariz.ottu. Yfj(v jAJir. Aue-..-. Kiikexmikc Krnk WiL-irNia-sr. J Pirov niKtrriti.p. W. M. IUkhy ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 20 July 1877

Fill DAY, JULY O, 1S77. OfUoinl Papor or Yavapai County. C. TT. Cran, 426 Mentpomrry ttrrtt. aa rantirre. i fffnf rcr fc Akicona'Uinkk in tkat ctty. lit i authorised to nU'Ct meei due this eitablishmrnt tile order i for advertising and attend to anv atktt tun not devolrinj up Aim at tKt rtprtstnUtirt J tb$ publishers. MIXING NOTKS. A vcrv valuable lead lias been discovered in the Hassayampa district and named tin Pcrrv, after a very eccentric gentleman by that name who lives at larkcson, iscon in. The ore tliat wc have seen resembles vcrv much the Pock, in looks, and is perfo rated with horn silver. Assays from this lead show the ois to be worth thousands ot dollars per ton, and the owner confidently expects to rival John Jacob Aster in wealth when he shall have developed this wonder ful mass of ore that beckons him on to vic tory. Tho mine is owned by T. Otto, o: this village, and extensions on the same lead have been located by others, which arc said to be equally rich with Mr. Ot...

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. — 20 July 1877

FRIDAY, J V I A iO. lS77 lOfliuial Paper of t no "I own v., i ant tk-ei.'y ccn.' u imt.rer ac w.y - Local intelligence. TIKSOAY. ew potatoes arc already coming down n our market. They vcre- ottered at tune cents per pound ywtrruay. Ve want a good stage Hue from l'rescott lio the Uio Grande. Fix tJie Aiogoiiou Hive, put on coaches, ami let us i u nw pePIle. e i ....;. .ir. fwn to make a trip ftroiii this place to Knit Garland, the western ttermiuus of the Denver and Santa Fe KmI- road, S.m Juan division. V' -,. r,,ri:5iio-; llltllfS of UJltold valtH! r ,f t .us. i.i.'-.-". r, f P-...1 ..- ii.n than wc could count ma Isrccfc nuke this county an attractive place for the iiKLMiung cmignuiott i m-.iu- 'n.. .1,1.. i.nnurii nt" Yavapai county fcwii fMir.1 the amount of lnt year about four hundred thousand dollar. mis er the taxable promrJy will nmount U$lisO0.- Icoo. Prntr lm several wod boarding houses. (three jnod butcher shops, two tsakerie. tour Jive rv and feed Mauies, iweniy-Hve i,i ...

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 July 1877

MM,MMMMMnMtJM,,M,M w riiESUun. k FRIDAY, JULY 20. 1S77. Official Paiwr of the Town of Prescott Tcmpcrnnco Lecture. Rev. A. M. Campbell, on Sunday evening, went after King Alcohol with uplifted cleav er, in a manner that would have done credit to one of Spotted Tail's raids when in the zenith of his power and strength. The elo quent speaker first showed the expense of the liquor traffic to the people of the united States annually, and estimated that there were three hundred millions of dollars in vested in the trade, enough, he said, to build five trans-continental railroads from Maine to California, or to build a school house and employ a teacher for every one hundred inhabitants. Estimating the value of everv uneducated man to hi country at one thousand dollars, he urged that his north would be enhanced ten-fold by edu cation, and that if schools instead of dram shops should be adopted, and every coc re ceive a liberal academic education, u uuw boa splendid financial venture, as ea...

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. — 20 July 1877

EEKLY ARIZONA MINER. SUPPLEMENT. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1877. NO. 31. 3,rj .VE, OTI wart I CIGA2 T. tlLJJ nice. The investigating Com- lic Oregon Bribery rulrfl sen in session several hours to- tmbtrr of witnesses examined. )nn?l, of Yamhill County tcs- tlson, a member of the House look Ciuntv, who voted for rho was elected under a pledge icsmith, ami wtosc property iorticu belore the meeting itun. paid off some debts and iinortgagps immediately after it of the LfglsUiure: that he lisplay considarablc Minis of daigM twcatv-dollar pieces I'ort.and, just after the Sena- it, ot Wasco, tcstiueu that l3r of the House from that as s lppused to le in limited iwtjro the election, immodi- :hase-: a halt interest in a for $J,000, which occasioned marks among his neiiihbors. fth.i are managing the invesii- ure only on tlie threshold iy. (scoC nnty. wlio approached auit.i and wanted money for tcrvvards voted for Grovcr. -ooduwti. Senator from Linn v c mid be had, una thut :...

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. — 20 July 1877

EKTTKHynOX WKATKK PISTIUCT. Editor Miner: Development in quart and placer mining is going ahead briskly in this old district. Kccd, Parson & Co. tire running their arastra. tcadily on ore from the Antelope mine, at the head of Weaver Gulch, which pajs them $90 per ton. Finton & Co. who are unking the deep shaft in Wearer Gulch mentioned m one ofmj previous letters are down 160 feet, and no bedrock jet. Thus far they have passed through alternate layers of gravel and cement The gravel in the oot tomof the shaft prospects in gold; one piece found weighed $138, and is in the shape of a Roman Cross. Flanagm Dod son & Co. have also commenced sinking a bhaft on Weaver Gulch, intending to go to ledrock if possible. Bill Johnson's aras tras are running on ore from the Antelope and Marcus mines, and is paying well. George Bird and John Tim merman are arrastraing from tho "Multum in Parro mine, which pays S0 per ton. Mr. I art ridge is having his shaft, on Sexton, pushed ahead vig...

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