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

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER N U P P L E 1ST. IS TV T PMSCOTT, ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, OCT., 5, 1877. If VOL. XIV Suleiman w described by n corresjioiideiit of the London Times as a most unostentat ious and reserved man. His tent consist of a simple piccoof canvas stretched across two sticks, under which he crawls at uiyht and sleeps on the ground, and, bcin' once in, leaves no room to spare for a shake-down for anybody else. Guards, sentries, unlet lies and all the pomp and circumstance ro mili tary rank are dispensed with, and his two or three aides-de-camp bivouac in like style near him. Ills two horses are picketed in front of his tenr, with their saddles on their backs, and take their chance of forage with the rest of tnc army. He is a mun of uliout forty to forty.tivc, tall and strongly bui't, with a rough, weather-beaten face, n fore head very much wrinkled and a short red beard and moustache. In detail nnd in mat ters of organization he seems to have great readiness, a quick percep...

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 October 1877

EOL XIV.-.VO. .13. II V, ARIZONA. MIS Ell. ITIIMSUKD EVERY FRIDAY. CHAS. "W. BEACH, Kill tor ami Propx'intor. ki- Irst number of the Wkkklt MlMCK wasiisitedon rh " isol an in this, iti thirteenth vear. It can, truth claim to be the. oldest, ami bet oe w.fsper be Territory. Suljsuriptiou liutots. t C.py, Onf Yr ........ 5.00 3.00 1.75 25 $15,00 " Sax .M-mta " Three Monthi rlePopies .... ......... By and Weekly, one year, j"VlvertiHimj Itntos. fee Inch 10 lines of this tv (!). In column. 53.00 lor Srs ion nnd 51 50 per inch for each additional in.ertlon. !ihrai.hWUiitfn.m above mtwmtcn.vt.w:unuuuoi, udui ubuuuiuu nou uiiDiubui oiuuiv ui umiDnnh ciDnhiirtniimr. who advertise largely by the year, hall year or ; mr. Mf.-' ma' and limine cants in.er'ed iijHta reasoua-lc- s irsi a seuding ns tnonr.tr tot subscription, advertising i work may forward It by aiatl, or otherwise, at nrn r sV Ml Ten l r Ynic toWn at par t'rt paynrntor ton. aartrtisimg and job work. 'TKllMS. aupaitff inrariaMy. B...

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 October 1877

KBSSSE25S3 Wit f-rKntv i:aili:oaus in i hi: i Mna status. i Wonhehs of I'oMroisn Ixtkukst. One suiutKXDint oitiii:i:z iuuci:s. ' cent placed at compound interest nt tliu be er ginning t ( the Olnistiiiii Era, at jier cct. limII (ion since 1813. It's ercu-imas.w-v- flrst-elas-s. Our dispatcher dated Fort Henton 1- rom an article in the September numb 7 - ..I. - i i i .i hi iiHi iit it HtriiTlllft v inil nr inn l.ii ,iii twit m ti ii it u ikitir.ntitc Ia n i itl ni in MnlAli.iK I - . . . . . . -a- - ...w .. (... ........... ...v.i...,o ... .. ... viiouu, cmcasro ltltli show that josup i uns 11,31 , v , 7 B ,i. rniifornia thentre, wnciv FRIDAY. OCTOBEK 1 IS77 ,u nercsting iacta concerning the mil- 1844. AtJ.jpercent.it amounts to 100 , ,! ' , ..,. Hoar's J0""10'1 to lh,e m Jo mis of cheers, tho --"lllJl road history of the United States": in September! 1817. At per cent. it ! sur.-cmlerccl to General 31 ilea near car s wvrogrcetcd nt,iSng Through OH1 ... The tirst iron railway, built i...

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 October 1877

H.Mi TI.im.. . i:...i , HUilias ' Ill-ll Will lli-lVi -S;l ifV.i. Ms,M . " - ""inn u utc .-kiiu; II 1 tl 11' , Oivn , .... . Al. . . .. . t i'i i ii i i .-vfmu ui it mum i iiii 1:11m ini tir iu- ... -v. ... rJ4 . Prv'scolt. ......; iwiuruiij was nu oventttil period on the ui i-iccn. tne SKUtiK.s an FK I DA V, OCTO U Bit 1 4," 1S77. ,w I'f "' 0c,L 3,, Tl,c. 1rt to . aj i-siicd a proclamation placim- all the Local Intel licence. llrwril.I nnl,t! :.. .1.. ' . f. . ........... ,m.u1h i.uiua iu me state oi ArKansas ! in the market. OtHoiHl l'apcrol'thoTowii ofProsoott Sm.At. Notices h tht raJing columt k-i'M It charpttl at tht ratt if Tltnrn CKT ir lint fir Jirtt ittrtun, anJ tvtHiy ctHts a lintfvr tieh tkbitytttnt imrrtien. TUESDAY. icr AVc understand that a large proportion of the employes of the McCrackin, Signal and oilier companies operating in mines on the Sandy, are .Mexicans. WEDNESDAY. Butter is plenty in our market and rati a drug than otherwise The Government contractor forfur...

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 October 1877

Fill DAY, UCTOiilMl 12, IS 7 Local Snteliiaence. SATl'ltDAY. Several londs of gramma hay have ar rived in town and was readily disposed of tills wtfk. Potatoes. althonHi ttic emmty. load. are somewhat scarce bv tlie ra" in Remember the Social Pnrly on Thursday evening next at the City Hall. Hudson I?ro5. are taking every pains to make it an Agreeable occasion. Hon. Y. II. Hardy will leave Hardyville within a few days lor Washington to con test the election of Hon. Hiram S. Stevens to a sent in the next Cougress, as Delegate fmm Arizonn. Tlio Tip-top Going Ahead. Alex. Harris returned this morning from the Tip-top mill site where he lias a contract to make 73,000 bricks for the Tin-top Silver i Mining Company, for winch he is to receive IS per thousand. '1 lie null will be situn ted about three miles below Jack Swilling's house, and these bricks are intended for a roasting furnace, setting the boiler and en gine, etc. Mr. Gillett let contract to Jack Swilling for live hundred cords o...

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. — 12 October 1877

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINES S U P P 33 t IS TV r-T . VOL. XIV PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. FP1DAY I VEXING, CCT, 12,1877. ST. CKOIX AXI DULUTH. There arc but few things written or spo kcnthat will hear much repetition; and the speech of J. Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, delivered in Congress in 1871, when the St. Croiv and Superior land grant was under consideration, is one of those. As a speci men of elegant anil eloquent ridicule, and the keenest kind of satire, Hera are some extracts: it is 4 way up.' "Years ago, when I first heard that there i was somewhere in the vast trrra incognita. somcwlierc in the bleak regions of the great Northwest, a stream of water known to the nomadic inhabitants of the neighborhood as the river St. Croix, I became satisfied that the construction of a railroad from that railing torrent to some point in flte civi lised world was essential to the happiness and prosperity of the American people, if iibir absolutely indispensable to the perpe tuity of republican institutions...

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. — 12 October 1877

Continual from Jlrtt page. ;t, sir, since I havo seen this map I doubt that Byron was vainly cn- insr to convey some faint conception cucious charms ot Duluth when his soul gushed forth in the rippling of that beautiful rhapsody ve the land of tho codar and vine. the flowers over blosson, tho beams ver shine; the light wings or Zephyr, oppressed ith uerfume. 'aint o'er tho gardens of Gaul in hor loom; . m m .... thu citron ana ollvo are raire.ii or 'ruit. e voice of tho nightingulo never is ute : tho tints of the earth and tho hues of e skv. r though varied, in beauty may vie?" hter.l the commercal resources of Dulutli, are simply illimitable and lncx- ns is shown by ilns map. I see here that there is a vast scope of v. emoracinjj an area 01 over two mm WSm IB alp ES1 square miles, rich in every clcmsnt til wealth and commercial pros- all tributary to Dulutli. Look at it, intin? to the iunp.1 Here are inex- le mines of gold, immeasurable veins r, impenetrable depths of boundless vas...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 19 October 1877

d 3 - W - VOL. XIV'.-NO. -14. THE Alt IZ ON A MIX Ell. Ft llMSHKD EVERY FRIDAY. a v CHAS. "W. BEACH, Kill tor ami Proprietor. Thetlrstnumber of the WtiBKLY Ml.VEK wa iuJou Mtr-h 9. ISol ad in this, its thirteenth year, it Cub, w.'h truth cUmi to bo the oklctt, and bet new (aper n tho Territory. Svibhoriptioti HatOM. Q.:e CPV. Olf Yr " Six Month ' " Three Month S flffleCopie Daily and Weekly, one year, , -55.00 .. 3.00 ... 1.75 .. 35 515,00 1 i jVilvertiMiim J-inton. Onmch (10 lineof thi type), in column 3.00 fnr tirvt la Tt;.n and SI 50 per Inch far each additional Insertion. A liberal d.Mvuot from abave rate w ill be nwJe to jxr sof ituo aaventse largely oy me year, half year o qu.vvr It rr u.i1 aa.t iuiBe-f eiM. lnertetl upoa trawia 1V-im-u esding us money fai uberiptlin, advertising or b work may forward, it by n.ail, or otherniie, at tber own rik. I l)al Ttn-lrr XoUs tal-tn at pr in j'cytnentor tub- j ltrn 'i airfrtiting jh tewk. J,"? TlKMS. In a drawee i MiMridMy. BUSIXESS CAII...

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 October 1877

ssr. "- V. f.v- : EE;. tr -:- ;-: 1 m r V FRIDAY, OCTOHKli 19, IS77. Otiictial l'npor ot" Yuviipm County. C. It. CVwac, 3? Moatpomrry rtrrtt, San h9ncim, it fir Apmt fitr tMt AkUOV V MlVKK tn that cit. ltt ' iu4AMt to tolled mmys du lis titmttithmtnt, tttft nler for drrrttnna and atUnd to v Mktr Imsi-ttt drrolrimf mfmm htm m tke rprttmtm4it if the juuntrt. T11K ritOlv 31 1 VIC. "We were shown a map of the Peck mine, this inoruinsr, drawn by K. I. Hubbard, nn cvporienceo! miner, who was formerly fore i n the iiiiiit'ji on the famous Coinstock lole in Xi-vaila. hovinjr the amount of work that hits been done on the Peck since its discovery in lirtM, by E. G.lVck ami others. The main shaft is now down JJOO feet, while the lwlire has other shnfts at promi nent points !iretiHjr 8T feet, with tun nels nt three different levels, cuttin; the mnin and other shafts, howir the amount of ore now embodied in the mine within the line explored. The entire amount of tun nels cut will e.eeed 1,200 fe...

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. — 19 October 1877

11 -:-.t- T 1 ii nam , Tlllllll.i li .... ;.L the U'lh Inf:m,ri. 1,' mtSOt fr.,. J V "" away - - ' . " mounts since, to FK1DAY, OCTOUKIi U), 1S77. lwL "!-,!?S4ml ln s,,Muing tho XM - ---- - - - I i? I : lwh,leto rt,t,,r soon to thoir out stations nloii" the Oolnm.ln, mm uuioi niivinccuuc. ; vuiiuOSfii 01 oot men, ami cm'- - rr - vaiumh gentlemen, anil would nlli,iull'i,rortho'rownon.r,tJE:1 auxiliary i the Ne II- - - - - - - ! : i , i,u-v,,n eummanileil bv de-awake officer in tho '- fl. .. 1 .-tf I. . IlllM.lt-. ...1... I . . ,i . I rcn-ii. - - ryj miu is miner a tiii!iirr un ! ani he " ItHffer etch tuluini inttrtiun. Vi May's Xcws. Si' sir TUESDAY. Mr. Tibbcits, 'the old freighter, arrival vestenlay from California. I)r. Day discharged four of our indigent sick, from the hospital yesterday, thus re lieving the county of quite a burden. J. 31. More who recently sold hi baud of ewes to La Hue A: Co of New Mexico still holds forth at his ranch on Kirkland cieok. The Messrs Cooke Broth...

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 October 1877

I ; ? i I--; 3 ... -3-.- ' f;r-3...t4. I lit.: Ct . CWV ! PRESCOTT. FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 1!), 1S77. Local intei licence. SATl'KDAY. Late tlispHtclies indicate that ttnndull will he elected Shaker almost to n certtuuty. "VY". C. Collier is now, w lenru, at Tort "VVinsnte, New Miwico nml cn route to Iowa. A rich silver mine lias recently been dis covered iu the Perk district which bids fair to eclipse anything in that locality. The way to make :i dog like you is to kick him. This is applicable to more than doirs. A prospecting party under the leadership of Charles Stewart will leave early next week to explore our hills. The library of Jay G. Kelicy sold to-day at auction and was knocked down for about $25. Arkivai. KVSTAUETius mokmm;. Lieu tenant Abbott. Depaktches. W. II. Foster Miss Jennie Smith? and John F. Asterhold. Daniel Ilatz made pork of several of his line berksliires to-day, and we ncverwill be conmcHcd to listen to their doleful tunes more. Col. Huh Wood came Kit Carson mine, i...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 26 October 1877

-3 roL. XIV. -XO. 15. Illi: AIUZOXA 311 X Ell. rfBUHKl KVKRY FRIDAY, - T "W. BEACH, KUitor aiul Proprietor. Tl,i't,imVt of the VTcKKLy MtK a, ionedon . , .. r yer, ii can, .. , ' ui to " oldest, W new p.rr ".lifT'.-.".'- j5ulsoriitioii AxiitON. ....Moj ' liiree Moatn-.. ...... .... 25 -$15,00 : Iu t asd w .: " J. ,W ln,-li , ! J ! : '' "f ' ' JT'. h1hh S.I.eO for firM ?l ", I foe each additional inerti. i " n aoT nwa w 111 ataae t er- tpc!.. aJn- "J w Jr. Ml! yr or .r... u I tume ear' inserted upon rea.ooa- iV.,,.,; .... -y. n -.r..o.B,ivertl.lne ,.. iv ',naw n; x.nti, or otlirnrtr, M I afl- .v. E'" . . j.t a . X,-!t. Jr.i-r -a-- m iirr pyitnz jr sub lU'SLXESS CARDS. LAWYEKS. JOHN' limYAKD. LttoriH,y antl C omiselor at Law, Office Soutli Montcsum St Preacott. SA3U KL I! A 31 1 LTOX, Min fal l':irk, Mhavo County, Arixoim. Lltonicyanjl Counselor at Law, Frcscctt, Arizonn. T..1. DUU3I, Lttonn')" nuil Counselor at Law. Prescott, Arizona, lorni't- -?.a'h ue of ruw. II. II. CAKTTKK, froba...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 26 October 1877

i - nHT"- ....... . in i i i il il.'Hl i i i IIBMHIli M HI11 i mm mmmmmmmummmummmmmmmmm WWI s ": ' If -a rt--, iif.- - t-4 a ? ' ; Mr m Fit l DAY, (K'TOBKK -2(, 1S77. OUinitil linr ot" Yavapai County. C. H". (.Vmwc, aiS Mimtgnmvru ttrrrt. Smn IV nriscv. it ftf'.ftmtr tkf .KUA MO.M. in IAI c(. i t.le iinw or mdrrtniuji iial dttHti' to day orr lnint( dfmlrimg mpH Aim tfte r;nreatetc f i.i.m.i: pi.om thi: south. Tiic-oii ami it- Siirroun lin:c. Epitok Mixer.: The Feast of St. Augus tine was in progress xvhen I arrix-cd here, iintl tlic closing scenes were not creditable to the memory of that Saint. There were jucsent the uu:d herd of gay gnmbolicrs, Milttums in calico, ami high-stepping Dons of .loubtful leniage, attired in "decent" rai ment, with junchback adornment-and never a cent in their pocket. Add to this, drink -ing booths, ami whisky portal, with lasciv ious pictures of impoMhlc beautiful wo men, (cheap at $12 the gross) others there were cheaper, but not so ouiet. or beautifu...

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 October 1877

IMJII)V (KTOlU'll 1S77. Local Intelligence. . ,1 1'aiH'i ortlK'Town of Pniecott rrtdina i4m mt mil fee ckarftd 1. 111 kUf Um4 far jtrtt intrrttom, fvr ick mktfmiml nutrtimn. Tri:iAY. y (.i.ii.iualor li;u returned t UltrewlTjf ipi:i fxtciiMvo trip to Sun Fmuci&co waK'.c UJ ll,,inl? tbe J,wl holiday . J.ilm Smith, of Plmtiix, rcturtttHl h,vu- v'r st!lc nil summer's t I'aimls. -pi. tr.iiiiol lloupt .v Halm arrived, to-lay fv-.i l!iii. 1ki1cmI with flour which was at the tore of Asher A: WoUen- Wj; The tai:o tlii morniuir brought in ns jms rr,'er Mrs- I. L. Hall, F. A. Fonl. Mrs. M Tia ami .1 ! Desmond. Tho ilontuturc MV. U. lt rrill. fonion rric on the ranch of j v. J.imivrtsvin, Wnlnut tSrovo, was i - :! into town tbi afternoon, and sold t , -ubursr A: levy. 1 :irv Aslu r and Jack Wollenbtir.t Clienj) Ja,k otic in a buggy to Wickenburir, )i re Mr. A-lur eviwet to meet his wife. nlio is cominir by stage from S-sn Francisco. L. C. Palmer's teams brought in from (.,'to ranch twelve t...

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 October 1877

i --t -' IV PHI DAY, OCTOBER -20, 1S77. Local intelligence. SATUltDA Y. Taxes due. Cold nights. Hen fruit ikmic. Potatoes scarce. Times moderate, liny ?10 jkt ton. Church to-morrow. Cortl wood in dettmml. Klines yieMin" rich ores. Authorities determined. Desperadoes on the decline. C. E. Hitchcock of Wig l'.ug is in town. 3lrs. O. Allen is visiting her parents at "Walnut Grow. X. Kllis new building, east side of (he plu7.ti is receiving n finishing touch of paint. Several Mexicans left Jo-day for the Colo rado counrry. Adam Scott i hauling hay from Ferguson Yallev to l'recott. A. Shoup of Skull Valley was visiting thecitv vcs-leidav, drivir.g a tine team at t ached to a comfoi table buggy. A load of fcli from Verde was brought in yesterday and sold readily at 23 cents per pound. Some of the tinest sweet potatoes brought into the Pruecott market this i-easou eaino from Camp Veule. .Mr. lbi'ller, of Hatm Creek, has a force of men at work on the Vesuvius, which is a good mine. Mr. Ferr...

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. — 2 November 1877

"5 VOL. X1Y.-N0. 46. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864. HUE AKIZOXA MIS Ell. l'l ULISHED EVERY FRIDAY. CSS-A-S. "W. BEACH, Ktlitui ami l,roirutor. PUESCOTT. The first nnmbor of the WBKKLT JltXKU iraxl.ino.Inu gSUrli ISol aud in this, its thirteenth vear. It can, trr:'!! triii'j cUim to be the oldest, and bojt newspaper i n tue Territory. Subscription ItiittiM. EOr.e C TJ "ne ear " ?ilX .MUDtlM " Three Mouths IS -,cle Copies iDai'y and Weekly, oneyonr,.... NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS -AT THE PIONEER STOEE. 7 25.00 3.00 1.75 25 .-15,00! BEDROCK PRICES! BEDROCK PR5CES! .Atlvertinma: Katos. One inch ( 12 lines of thin type), In column $3.00 for first ! lnrt-'n and si w per inch tor oneli additional insertion. , A ' H-ral dis.vuut trow above rates will be made to ier- goti ivlio Jvertie largely by the year, half vear or ia.iKr - : atnl btiies eards inserted upon reu.ona- 5b r , . IV--.. n !fuduijj u money lot subscription, advertising cr t v-' K may Iu.-ithm...

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. — 2 November 1877

A KI.AXCK AT Till! MINKS. nrn rutin lit r i n mi 11 miiem TH1C HACK HI1" MAN. FRIDAY. AOVBMBRll IST7. Ollitfinl Pnper of Yuvnpni County. C T. CHhw. 39e HHttmrrj ttrmt, Smn tcitr. it life Amcntfmr the A uco v Mi.nkk in that citf. lit it luUtwiimi t eUf moment dm thit tttmUttkmmt take orders fmr tAw tutrng mnd attend tm mmv "tttrr butintt df trimp uftt at the rpretntatier if SALT K1VKK VAI.I.KV. This jrrswnrv of Arizona is fast becoming settle! by an industrious, intelligent peo ple vim have viely selected for themselves home in the garden sjnt of our rich antl attractive Territory. "Where but a few years, since the Indian au.l coyote Mere masters of the fertile valley, now can be found a popu lation of thousands of happy jeoplo whose homes are made pleasant by the presence of those little ornamental apjK'iidaes which arc as n general thing essential to till a space which would otherwie be vacant and leave a -eH of lonesome desolation around the attractive home. Several mil lions of j...

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. — 2 November 1877

re Mum. FRll)A, .NOVUM II Kit '2, 1ST?. Local 5 nte! I ieence. OtlU'inl Piiiwfortho'l'own ot"Pifeoott Sl'Brt.U. Non- in Me rMiiy rewmr V drW rtl r THUm CENT jr er rK lJrrtio. m4 (twnr nrar ecfc fkfcc tW-Mt. WKUNHSDAY. 1nvkki. Tho Alossrs Miller Urothcr. we learn, have plncj.nl an insurance of ten thousand dollars ujkmi tlidr valuable nrop erty west of town. This we consider a verv wise move. A large delegation left this mornini; on a milling trip to the mountains, tliHt N to sny, to the Norton mine a new dixroverv about 8 miles from Prescott. We expect the crowd will return millionaire. To K P.un okk. The llovornnient has made arrangements with Messrs. Rowers !fc Richards for the loan of about ?2,000 witlt which the Hnuipai scouts, are to le paid off. TIicm' M-outs will return to ilu-ir (voplf in M'ju.' county to-morriu. Wm. Partridge, who, in a moment ot'e.v litcuieiit and frenzy, killed Ueo. H.Wilson. . Vujui has Iwn removed, by the Sheriff, to hi- new and. undoubtedly, lonesome q...

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. — 2 November 1877

I I II W -NT5. " FRIDAY, XOVKMmtg, 1877. Local Intelligence. SATIRDAY. An critdiic awl boiler is offer oil for sale clieap. Apply at the Mlvkk oftico for iufor mation. General Kautz arrived hi San Francisco Saturday last and look the eastern bound train ut S o'clock on Sunday morning. M. "W. Kales, Thomas, Luther and C. C. 3k an leave this evening for Antelope, where ilwv c-o to examine the minim: outlook of that district. Goxi: to Ar.vcuE. 3Ir. Alox. Gradcn, left on the Uuckboard last evening for Camp Apache, where he goes to take a place in the blacksmith shop. Ale. Harris has tinislted his contract for ltumiug bricks at the Peck mine. He open ed his kiln a few davs ago and found that 3:e had 75,000 beautifully burned and splen didly tempered bricks. The title to a sewing machine was tried in Justice Cartters court this morning, Fred Williams being the plaintiff, ami 3Irs. llro phy the defendant. Judgment was given for the nlaiathf. Alex. Harris, has contracted with the Tip top Co...

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. — 9 November 1877

- . .-asst. . ' --i.il fi HWili VOL. XIV. -NO. -17. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. n y CHAS. "W BEACH, Kditor ami Proprietor. .Th:finr,,,S-nWr.0f tbC, ,WfBKt-T MixxR wasts.uoJoa March 9, lSo4. and la this, itt thirteenth x-.r i. ...... with truth, claim te b the oldest, and best newse-arer Subscription KntoM. Oaet'opy, One Year. ............ ...... . Six Months " " Three Months. 1'."." Single Copies "J Daily and Weekly, one year, ..$5.00 3.00 ... 1.75 .. 25 .515,00 Oneinoli (IS llae sf IhU type), in owltinm $3.00 for flrst Insertion and 51 50 per loot fur eaati additional Insertion. . , . , it.. . t i . t :iwniuimuni in.ni aoove rate will be made to per wunimrnMiniijc "us") uy ine year, hair year jnater. l'i.f,.,.i..ul aad business eonls laen( upoa rvaxwa t.le terms. Persons seuslisiir h mnner lot aboriithtD, alrrrtt!n: oriobw.wk. may famar.l It b mall, or etltrrwUe, at their ti riV. L'ptl Trndtr XaUt Ul at tr in pcymtntmr tub tcripttMt. itrfeertinttjj atnl b tmrk. C7 TE...

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