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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 27 February 1869

ii - J5 SHADOW AND SUNSHINE. Shadow's never for from unhlne, Night l never far fiom d.iy; 1'aln trwds in the Mep of iiltwurc ; Never U the whole voir May. Snn h!ne' ucver for from ldow, Day U nevrr for from uUht ; rain M followed atlll by plcnuure; 8naw inakci not tbcwbolc year whttc. Moc'a perpetual aleh'ti; tlrv me, 'Met;' etrrnnl utaltit'a an bad ; (live me Nell, who' alwayn chunking Not long merry, not loiu; ad. Throw up the chin, and out the cheat. Assume the form of the letter 3, IJkd a kangaroo your arm extend, And then you'll liavo the "Grecian Bend." Experiments in Wheat Culture. A member of a Wisconsin Farmers' Club communicate the following to tbo American AgrieuhnrUti tfidd iVo. 1. Two bushels to the acre was sown with the broadcast sower and cultivator combined, and tbo seed was planted at all depths, from the surface to 3 or 4 inched deep. l'idd JVb. 2. "Yai sown with a common wheat drill, east and wcit, one and a quarter ousucM being used to tte acre, planted about 2 ...

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 March 1869

EEKLY ARIZONA VOLUME VI. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 0, 18C9. .NUMBER 10. MINER. JHi THE ARIZONA MIXER. w- TUBUSIIFD EVF.HY SATURDAY MORNING, VRK1COTT, YATIAI COUNTY, AIUZOSA. - .r Yewr. . Mth... Thr MmiIm -Stork ri''w Pan wl tt Iw eot nnk iM fr In ad TatW. l H fnw be rtlrtniitinued at (lie 4 T the tint paW fbr. S7 00 400 2 50 23 AO VIC It I ISIXGt Oik ". lt. fW1l h .1illitrml 0ir Hundred and Tkirlpt-xo LUo Lntt. From UirtJ Ouc1t4, !. 31it. Lionel Van ttireit,i-hief nfll rrnf the Amer Iran ftraun.tr Starry Manner, dptain Suin iner, ha fj urt'il tm ilh thu following gniwie account of t lie foundering of dial ! in tbe Atlantic tn-can, with the ! of 1.52 live: Tin stcamdilp Starrv 11 inner, 2,000 t(in burden, bound to New Yotk from Alcxandri, with crew ami j-t.igcr, liutiil-i'ritig lit I 'Hi, wrt totally )t on tliu night nf tin- 2Itof December, in latitude 4'J X, lotippude from the 1 drone hr thqt providential Justice 'Jl W . Mte nail iil wealber rn.ui the Unit' 1 which ...

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 March 1869

Uh 3?rnott. Arlwtttirs UVreitory. SATURDAY MOKMXG. MAIIC11 8. le'fl mir utlttarixnl aet t rt Mla t Ka I'mtrKn :,;,, cifceto .trtTt. tW Mwrtevowr. W 1- i im,ijr Mndf4 t 1 Indian Murders and Depredation:. Slnrc our last Juc went ti piTM, the main topic of cotiTcnation anwm txir rn-'tple lia ( been !n relation to Indium Indian tnnler and ruWbi'ries. Tbe rwl sKMiindrul. an' at thick as leeA around the rarioiH e,tleinettt in the county, and their trad have 1-evn moistened with the MohI of our tl'iens. Itc last weelc, wc heard of their attack tiptm the tna'tl coach, at Granite Vh, in the P-rcott and Ix Pr truon rrad, and the vrounillng of Me-r. Tttdd, JackunamlTin'r. ley, who were In the coach. Then c.ttnc the news of tbe barbarom raimler, ralilnn and inutilntion of John flowed), between Skull and Kirklnnd Valloy., on the 2"th uh. Scarcely had we reeiirered fntni the pitn and siirniw oecaskmetl by tkec sh'-ckto-; crime, when new- irni brought ti town that the lifcle-w, mutilated bdy of Da...

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 March 1869

Ukd Tatk n evenlcd Col. Yoiina and pirty Local Intelligence. 1'nttwoTr. March fi. 18G9. Utan nBtKKn4m-nnnu K. Farrlnion.of willr Cwe. Jr'rm in Ibut on Monday ht y, irffMwr. T. M. AbnawUir. flnUhed Ibr wwr f an tfjr''wrtM1r'l,e m'"r 'r,frn r,vl ' t ife at K wire -that w pmwlliisr nronnd brtck rnnl. I pnUlns a hnllet lhroti:li t Mr. F. "" in Ibat Ah-ok wu abojl SWyaitli frw b hlnl when hu killed IL ftun MeDwnu.-W luorn IhU It W the laMltMi of 0ml A let inili-r. on mm unlr or nMrlct of tbe Verde, ami of Major Clt-n-taite. eo 4r of b iltoHti of l're..oou. t jiiiiirr wark Hfifi tlm road from tbli phier Ig MeDvwell. bumedlatttly. Aim or &. nn Pirtm r IUoh Worm tr AV wrefciJ. Motility Um. at piibflcialc at fart WMpptr, Ul 'f eoniletnned ttpplbi aaataVuir f fiMr a4 baaoa. Tliwjr paid abou' Ittpe N4r4 (br tfc liaair, awl ft QmH pe aa for lit baoan. Jkr-aa A law. h- ve loft! their A?n Prl.i In Job K4 awl D. J. Mrr. who wJN ra4 fciRiir! sra In eons. lul( ec jt0M giittrr ki aprteUl John IJ....

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 March 1869

ssssw gwwswwjjj 1 . Wtvctti.ocwcnt. Rat, as Military Allies. 71 MX. A llodcrn Drinking Song. (A to plait (fdbrbtly) frttm the old ptwsu, to the now styM of " HrTMgn," and d-dleutd, tijr Geo. SttaHsrtt, do the YYulaLy Riwg."J Fill hlsjti Um bowl with Pualt Oil ! . WIU TmhUs tot yaw cu;n be crowned I If EtmttftiM gtvtM rettof to toil, Lm ikrwlmw srwr ec n bound t Lat OW r Vttroti eool ytiur bnlrw. Or MtaMrtM 4imm tortw ; And Ml ywrtfrtorbn, Utmru arl veins Wlsfc gto awd Inftsaoffel glut WkMl 7?U 4M mt In 'Sv- Khfti fbbi would !mw It bntZ T And ho it f Ttw "rap that ttf laefcrkte And never duter," ifcry new. aSSSri''" Wt you fel That wihw JU-f sr'n ml Awl bluir ) " -u! Afc-li! PrVi fl'of KreA.W lUwHcMns bowl of 1:um1:ui Ittu! Wtw would net soothe hl pirchtfur throat VHH your tnild iT'rtHt, ' Mountain lUwV SlnmtK tlMn aitR-hi tmi mrhed tit fauue And shook the utility lntit of Hartu, Surtdy, yell set - hmU Hit una U'bwHoV bit rctl day ratBrua ! Bria; on IV Bear ! Fresh Cnppem foam! Wftk ...

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 March 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA YOLUME YL PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1809. NUMBER' Hi MINER. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, mEflCOTT, YAVAI'Al COUNTY, AMZONA. StniSOIOTTlON': Oct Copy, One Year. 122, Six Month 4 00 " Three Month, 2 50 Slr.jle Copies 23 l"atert will not be sent unlets paid for In ad- ranee. arid will wron'aWy be dltcoulluutd at the end of the time paid for. One aeaare. " time, W-00! h lime, ILM. Eeh additional wtotre, tame rate. A liberal dUeonnt will b made to persona con tinuing the une advertUetntot for three, tlx, or twelve months. Professional or basinets cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. W W"' TtnJtr S'fiiti til ft at par in paymntt far ivktrijiin, adrrtuif "dJob mft Jon It. M iiioi, Editor IYujiVv Directory of Yavapai County. IM.frtrt Jtf, w. r. tp. 1,..llm.tUH HkOOKo, ...JOUX M. KttJlTtK. IK.trH Atwy,.. Cir lliiii."'.".'."..'".".-"" .JsWsTl '". CVrt U tUVft Owrt, K. W. Wtua. Ja. TKRMS Or COURT. rf OrtJ-r ) w.k jwf vwi cnri-nm ...

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 March 1869

in iii C33 I'rwuoott, .Arlxonn, 'JOrritorj- SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 13, 1S69. rrRfl Agcnrjr THOMAS OOTCC It th Ir mlkoriinl tni lh Mimkr in aa rmncUro. Ordin kit at bl oCrt. No. DO (Kcooit floor), Mtrrhast'i Kiteae, CatUbrate ltlt, twtow Muatjrwnwy, will be proinjHlr ttrWd to. Trip to the Country. Metropolitan and sometimes rural editors, are rich enough to own carriages, fast horses, velocipedes, etc., and enjoy life by riding up on and in thenr but it seldom fall to the lot of a quill driver in a new country to enjoy any luxories or indulge In recreation what ever, unlesa "tooting his horn" about so-and-o'i big head of cabbage ; Jacob Twistem's capabilities for the position of Interpreter of the Spanish language; the richness of Mr. Saltern's feet and the piety of the gentleman who swears, drinks and gambles every day in the week, (Sundays excepted, as the daily newspapers day), can be called luxuries. We need, then, scarcely tell persons who are in the habit of reading the ili.st...

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 March 1869

Local Iiitclllipcnce. Pbjscott, March 13, 1869. ffuwe FiMo Lixds Mat it Had. -As manr of our farmers are talking of engaging In Arming thU spring, and m Immigrant- in. arrlr Z terr week, It mar not bo amiss to state, for he information of person who .re or may be on the lookout for rancuc., .... h -";-be bed on the Verde, CO miles cast of 1'ri i3.il TMrr. 100 tnlles southeast of Pn i are to 'rescott, i3.il Mrrr. 100 mile southeast of I'rescott. cn tb Creek and the Lower Agua Frio, about -5 mllei cast from l'reteott, on Wg Bug, Lower T Sraalte cretin Vooly Valley.Wll 1 Valley. I" tb vicinity of Granite Mountain. merican, SU1I. Cblno and Klrkland Valley, ill of Uch places are close to I'rescott on the jmwyampa.near Walnut Grove and ttlcken burjr and on Date Creek, near Camp Date Creek. W U tb time to secure ranches lo these favor ite locality Of course there U twenty of unoc- cimM ln 0,her ,ocmlr'1' bDt unU1 ,be Induas cea their villainous habits. It will be well for people to live wi...

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 March 1869

Steam Type-Composing Machine. aVirvrtff rtm'ti-SfMcntd. (r Written for lb Mixkr. CASTLES IN THE AIR When tbe darkest gloom.cll gathers rouudour forms. When our Htm are saddened by life's rudest - storms, When our plans are falling rriadewrth-so much care ire always building castles In the air. Wtiert our fondest wishes are with as all truth, And our hearts are buoyant as In careless youth, Wbcn all that earth has blUsfull, falleth to our share, Then 'we're always building castles In the air. 8ad or gay, we build onr castles In the air, People them with fancies beautiful and rare; Music breathes upon us, like that the angels make- While carelessly we're floating on some crystal lake. Birds of gnady plumage warble us their notes, In a rich stream mellow, babbling from their throats; Bad or gay, we build them, people them with care We are always happy In our castles In the air. Via. Trmcott, A. T., March 9, 1S09. Everything for Everybody. A fccl'in' remark "tnew !" Shift-ing the'tMiwHa...

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 March 1869

3SX ' I " ' ' ' , . mTTTn lTTT?TtWT XT 1 XlJLJ VV JuJuJjlJLi I VOLUME YI. THE ARIZONA JIISfEB. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, prescott, yavapai county, Arizona. StrHSOUII'X'ION-: One Copy, Odd Year $7 00 " " Six Month" 4 00 Three Months 2 SO Single Copies 25 Papers will not be seat unless paid for In ad- vanee, and will intaritMy bo discontinued at the tod of tlio time paid for. AD VKTtX 1 8 IT G : One Moire, one time, MOO; each addition time, tl.50. Eaeb additional square, iarae rate. A liberal discount will be mde to persons eon llaulntr the same advertisement for three, six, or twelvemonths. IVefiMtlonal or buiinco card inserted upon reasonable terms. fg Uaal Ten Art Sotti taktn at par in payment fbr mhttrtption, aJrertiiiny and job work. Jons II. Ma WOS, IMMor and Propritor. Directory of Yavapai County. mrfrfrt JkI. ..WH. F. TURKKR. liit. J...I. llraucun IiaeeKa, 7uSlt AttiT. ML IMWyjIWC. xrts. A.J. Mrwat 0ir ttrWt. Jeiw H. UwtA. fcWtf Tiwm, j.-BHi." OimWDinrwtOmn. tL W. VktU...

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 March 1869

Ronton Marble. Treaoott. .ArlKimn Territory. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH M. IS9. Sun Kratielteo ARenejr. THOMAS Bovrrbtk enty aalburOM fft t 1k Mntl Sm )'im OnUn Wfi t Ma N. ; (vwl Buur), MurUnt't Each. CanftxiAa itrret, Ueaur Jlwrtffwirrjr, tU t promftlf HuJU ta. Tiik Uosii to Wiuti: Pi.xe. A San Fran cisco exchange says private letters recently received in that city, from Chicago, stale that up to February 15th, the Railroad Company had sold ten thousand tickets for passengers to White Pine, to be transported during the month of March. There will doubtlou be an immense influx of Eastern people as Kxn as spring opens. It U but fair, to presume that many of these people will Hnd their way to Arizona before a groat while. We know that their expectations will not be realized at White Pine." Since the completion of the railroad from San Jose to Gllroy, the time occupied in making the trip, overland, from Los Angeles to San Francisco, is less than threo days. Notable Death. M. do Lamartlne,...

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 March 1869

I Local Intelligence. Pnascorr, March 20. 18C9. . w. b,re reperU bat from two camps- , J llVer Lynx Creek. At the flrst ilac thcooipanles at work In the old , "i br a ln orkeJ for onc of ' .mm ami who came to town tbl week. .j m the Ueu-reos, pi A itiert time ago uicy jouu.i 11 I AIM -Tl .. .i.i that wrtgBra " k r h luartA ,.r J" J ,. . tw-k h) K"- U" MtastatetoatltwMl take tbom three ..1. ik cuU. ami they are la v of loofcag la that time, tho feeder of the "Zl k H MW' presume, they . . .i t -rt. - .1 Kc ln fin. kit k MC " - r f .1 . i . kwha In ftnr rnun'.T t .V nrfcm ww ir .- -v , .,.,j,lr '. U bo 118,0,1 ;....-! y A-h" aod Mexle.ru aB,I b .MHW'' We bar, ft. aaoOMOOfgoW WMW ",,K' this gait. Varl- Tiib great crent o( the put week tn Prctcott, wm the parly gircn by Caplatn K. I). ISaker and wife on Tuesday evening lwt the fotfrlh anni versary of tticlr nnlou. At an early hour on that evening, their neat and commodious resi dence on Capitol Hill was thronged with ladle and gentlemen ...

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 March 1869

President Grant's Inaugural. Washington, March 4 Following is Pres ident Grant's inaugural address: Citizens of the United 5fci.Your suffra ges Daring elevated me to the ofllco of Pres ident of the United States, I bavo, in con formity with the Constitution of our country, taken tho oath of ofllco presented therein. I havo taken this oath without mental resto ration, and with the determination to do to tho best of my ability all that it reqnires of me. Tho responsibilities of the position I feel but accept them without fear. The ofllco has come to mo unsought, and I commence the duties untrammeled. I bring to it a con scientious desire and determination to fulfil it to' the best of my ability and to tho satis faction of tho people. On all the leading questions agitating the public mind I will express my views to Con gress and urge them according to my judg ment; and when I think it advisable 1 will always exercise the constitutional privilege of interposing a rcto to defeat ineasuro...

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. — 10 April 1869

iTPIiajBrT I v; 5 r THE ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1869. NUMBER 13. WEEKLY THE ARIZONA MINER. Eailroad The Omnibui BilL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNINO, rKESCOTT, TAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. One Cot7. One Year. JOO " Blx Months 00 ii Three Months....... J Blolc Copies,..., ; 33 . in nnt ba f nt unlets paid for In ad- vsocTand wl wrfy be discontinued at the tndoftb" time paw ior. One squsre. ono time, WOO; ech additional lime, ItJW. Each additional square. Mine rale, i it. ,i .iiu-nnnt wilt be iuad to persons con tinuing the ame advertisement for three, ilr, or I wlu Utn through line at the croislnjr or the Cana Knowing that mot of oar readers take a deep Interest In matters relating to railroads, we give below, a summary of the bill now before Congress, common! known as the OmnlbiuHill. Sboutd It pans the 41st Congress, It will not be many months before grading will commence up on the route In this Territory. A Washington correspondent say...

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. — 10 April 1869

a lTi9Cott, Ai W 111 ' T"gi.Ti i At'ltKOnu 'IVit'Htot'y SATURDAY MORNING VPRIL 10. M9. San Krnnelsen Apenry Tttosus Born k Ik .lr aatbnrtied tveeat tor lb Murk la San I'nwVo. Order, left at . N. 0 (Wur), Merchant's KHhMU?. lUiim ttrest, balaw pICTmpJy-lltlrthW t. Call for Democratic Caanty Convention. At a tin una; Ike DtuiwiAlto Cmtnl C mlttii ei Yavapai Camtr. Weld at Presents, AfrO fc UM il nas fraSnfced. Thai the T X-lm rsSWi T.rr af ra sesatMS Ml . firimsry miiithii; on re Jwvn-xosli.iA v or Al'KIL, Ji', to iMifUei le ens ad a Dtane CanTvftUve. to he hld hi lb Sawn af ll' Tin lae. itay I. . ai .terra o'efcek A. X. Jltntrrd, Tan aa prext. wiK t hww.J In mM Cea tnta, bul tbal m niaaimat wiH W nMO. at hrl an anerritt a iwt lielegaie, wM iiWsraais to W a isild.at v( th ffpirt hHc Met JWh pn-einet wlH be HM nataH la MM Co&vrnu a tallewi : Vtrwvtt 3. Wahmtarev, L, MTMwbair t, 1-kaakU L Mta VfjttW , A ,1 laVfHac 1, I'm Lynx Cnk .... I. VabaatCMA I, 5iHvaUy 1- LmrLnxCiMt ... 1, CMi...

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. — 10 April 1869

WW" bcww1' feat"-, Je'WrfWTflW BjjfMiiHiiiiiim ill1! i i i I'Qgagrrtftttna.'g OflVY? T. . I IT 1T Local Intelligence. I'tiwntrr. April 10. le). N'We 11 cr. or WOHKMAVtiiir. SeWem leee e' wo a natter or better pleee of workmanlldp than we bflwu tin the otbvr tiny, In Ibe r of (in, j ,t Co., ee the iMWSh Mr of tbe pew. It U a wrltrrif drab, "Hk, WI. i4fw-lHw. draw. r . all I be "modern improvement," cow .tructed oat of Arleotta ptoe, eeder, Oik, U, by C T Roger. Everything about Its cothUructloa 1. rt .ml durable, ed dattbt If prettier d.- can be Ibewdlli PrwicUwi. tirE the arrival of George Leant, from Sm Tranche, be ha otmpM kr pr heart In tiiaktag Wteeer, etc., I" 1 extract ing i be twtJ fnwa QJeue or, by tbe new wrBoo i. The totter a large Mb or vat, hi about U fort In diameter. 0oc to White Fikr. The RrM. White Htnw of the teeeoq left Frewtt WWl day aft, Mul mtv by tab Hate, vrU M the tmA l aW laud of thimble ledge eed pMHemr? promkwu. The pr ti contorted ef Mean. St. Jecnai, Kag...

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. — 10 April 1869

THE WINTER BNOWB. Over the monmainttbe snow wreaths are drifting, Ilia;lng ttilr Karlauils on laurel and plane, Robing the fields with an exquisite beauty, Bending the leathery sprays of the vine, falling like down on the breast of the river, Crowning thsj maple tree over the way, Drifting ong on the wind to the southward. Hiding the reiela far out on the bay. In the red inniet snow flakes are shlnfo?, Snow-drift on snow-drift and curl upon curl. naming rjaeic colors oi exquisite brightness, . a. . .a a . . a . a I r iiaiutuua huu if?c icaiCtttUU iuuiucrui'l'cnii; : oomy, ye snow wrcatns.urop over me mil siue, Where In still slumbers the weary ones rest. III Ik. nln. I. n mnlh.. I. .lunln. I t.uv.uwj ..,. f.uv iivu i.i'iu(, - I Tenderly lay your white folds on her t roast. a., .k.ii iv. ... k. tains, over its beauty no cold wind shall blow, I ffvit uaii dui urcasuc lucre wuuer tUQ UUVf crs, Eye hath not looked on that spring In Its beauty, songs or the seraph shall weleomo Its birth...

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. — 17 April 1869

..:r THE WEEKLY jjjf ARIZONA WmISTFiK VOLUME Yl. I'U KSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1869. NUMRER hi. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRF.SCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. sixjjsc liiimoN": ii Three Months, 2 " Single Copies t'aticrs will not be sent unless paid for In nil. Bd hlll rtwrfaS tie discontinued at tbe end of the time jwld for. VT VICU' CX S I NG : , vOno square. nc thnc- roeh !U,,1,,,onal lw " Eae" additional n-uarc earac rnte ' liberal discount will bo made to person con ' , Z the time advertisement for three, six, or tlnoliA ,JJllls tWpiirion,,,Mr bu5,,,c" card4 ln,crtcJ U,K)n reasonable terra- L . i. t nppHisd with Presses, Tub Misr.n office la well I d , 1'Wn, Fancy and Oram cuts I k OTSS.rItaSS-.'-t and best ftjle of tlic art. r ,ilr. Wart way be ordered from any part 0 ' promptly w,,,rd aud t'"t by "mI ' f dlrocted. l'er sending us money for .nWriptlon, MrtUU-w Job work. innir ward it by wall, r othcrwke, t tuelr own risk. CXT Ttnif...

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. — 17 April 1869

IPrcfMaolt, .Arlv.otiti UNu'ritory. 8ATURDAY MORNING Al'ltll, 17, 1809. ,Bn 'rrsiirlscn ARrncy. THOMAS ltovo: In the only authorized agent fur t)i Minkr In Han KmiwsVo. Orders left at his nfllce. No. M (vnd floor), Mmlwiil'i Kiclum;, California strc-t, below Montgomery, will be promptly attended to. Call for Democratic County Convention. At a meeting of the Democratic Central Committee ol Yarnpal County, held at I'rvscott, April 8. 1MB, It wns Ititolreil, That the Decnormtlo voters nf rnoi rwrinet hold a primary meeting on the Twnvrr-ciscoxii DAT op AI'MIt, !?, to eleet Delegate to nttend a Deswiorape Contention, to bo held In the town f 1'rMCott, Tuesday, Mar 4th, 1KB, at eleven o'tixck A. M. AfWml, That no proxies will le allowed In said Cen yentlon, but that etwh preelnrt will lie entitled to elect an alternate fcr h Delegate, jnkl alternate to be a rvstttent of the precinct elcetlnir him. Bach preelnet will bo entitled to rcprrscnt-tiira la ald Convention u follows : Ikltgatet. ...

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. — 17 April 1869

Local liitclllffciicc. I'hcscott, April, 17, 1SC9. "UNC!.n" 8am Mat, one of our oldest and best cltlrcna, returned home Wednesday lml, from Cal ifornia, wlicrc lie lm been for tome tlmo pint, at tending to "bis." Unclo H.im looks much better for the trip, and comes back deeper In love with Arizona tlwn ever before. While nt I.os Angeles, flattering oilers Hero made litm to go to White l'iuc, but ho preferred taking his chance here. Pete Smith, another old Arlxonlan, (txirtncr of C. It. fJciiiing) came In with Mr. May, mid Is trying to hire men to work upon the Montgomery mine, near Walnut drove. They left three wagons on the road, gear Skull Vnllcy, two of which were destined for the Montgomery, and one for I'rw cott. These wsj-ons w cro loaded with provisions, mining tooli, etc., for (lennng A Smith, mid min ing machinery for Noye A Curtis, of Prcacott, C. B. Ocnung and wife were with the wagons. Mr. May will please accept our thanks for hunt ing up and loading upon the wagons, pac...

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