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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 11 January 1878

I r f B.- -a. . S 3- r -i , Me. FRIDAY, JANUARY II, 1878. OXLeial Paper of th.o TownofPrcsoott Subscription, $4,00 per Year. Theptefr(wWtwhlrgHinntnonii lathe Ptetdet or JaeMee's Cearthas 1b redaeed to $15,99. Sheriff's Sales teserted at the ftttto adee. LOGaL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY. W. B. Hopkins, in the employ of Messrs. White 4c Allen, Mill builders, Contractors, "etc., is Hp from Humbug District. He is cxpeoting either Mr. "White or Mr. Allen out from San Francisco by stage. Bowon, Knowlcs & Co. have a new "ad" ia the Miser to-day, which speaks for itself. They inform us that they are well satisfied with, their business outlook thus far, and propose to continue to sell at the prices they have established, 'which enables them to deposit with the Hank about $100 per day. As will be seen by reference to our ad vertising columns, T. J. Drum lias removed his Law Office from his o'd quarters next door to Anders & Rowe's store, to a nicely fitted-up room one door south of the C...

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. — 11 January 1878

za I Dnim attended to the matter for I full ,aw3 L ucctcd bonanza -ikJ , i r, p. j r..,...T tUlib UlCV UUVO heir orj ontinuj it avert lace thi lucc(L nt thii ) have! impelll ore is' pemug-. WEEKLY ARIZONA i is i! Minen ivcry r ict, tal la ore Presco' .v mil been aon b s to b them ir sclL 1 theij new i I SOOE ipelle five if mill j dious ore re d off id dc bund ry tl amnd shafj y thd r co 'ger iro tl cd oj vesa,' moii of ti UllOU out flatt prca ten vapa , atin, USS13 1UIK?" aro j T 1 -Cafi;.rf S U P P L M E 3V T l' 1 'Is M I N EE PBESCOTT, ABIZ0S1. PBIDAT EVEKUTQ, JAJT., 11, 1878. I PKESCGTT. THE ForCIATION OF TIIK "WORLD. -IS- CHEAP BUT '7 FACTS FACTS, mm There is much that is interesting and in structive in the following statements, com piled by the two great German statisticians, Drs. Behm and Wagner. They estimate the population o? the earth, for 1870, at 1,423, 917,000. The area of land surface is esti mated at 51,340,800 square miles, giving an average of twenty-eight persons to...

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. — 18 January 1878

v. -.1 . I A Ik . .1-- 183 . p ft, VOL: X7.N0. o. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1878. ESTABLISHED 1864. Site $fioKR mnsxA BUSINESS CARDS. PUBLISHED EVEKT TKIDAV, BT CHAS. "W- EEACH, Editor and Proprietor. The first number of iho Wetklt lis hi m lwraed ; on Mirch it, 1854, and In Uu, its thirteenth year, it can, wilii truth, claim to be the oldest, and beat newspaper in tao Territory. Subscription Ttatetr. 0-eO'py, One Year Six Month? " Three Month 8 i)Ke&ipip Dally and Weekly, one year,, 54.00 .. 2.25 - 1.25 .. 25 S16.C0 J (lvertininxr Raton. One inch (12 line of this type), in column $2.00 for Brut lnHcrtlon and 51.03 per inch for each additional In sertion. A liberal dJdoount'frorn above rates will le made to person who aJrertiae largely by the year, half year or ipiirtir. Pioft-wJonal and business cards inserted for 51BJX) per annum. Persons at adinz iw money for subeerinlion, advertis ing or Job work, may forward it by mail, or otherwise, at their own risk. ...

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. — 18 January 1878

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1878. Qgjeial Paper or Yavapai County. Subscription, $4.00 per Year. W. Grant, 33 MefUgmrry ttrtet, Sen fraUHtco. U ee Agent far the ARIZONA XtXEK in. thai citj. lit U mvlkoriMd to eetUet mmeyt the tklt aiabldhneul, U3n er2er fer adeertitine and atitnd to any otker mwamm devolving upon him. as the Ttprtttntativt of KC1KS OF AKI20XA. Aa accomplished engineer and traveler has recently prepared a paper for the Roya: Geogarplucal Society, of London, from "which the Cgden Freeman extracts the fol lowiag notes: "CASA QRAXDE." uere, on a great plain, extending -west oigkt miles to a epar of the Sscatonc monn- t&iaa, south 90 miles to the Pichaco peak, north 60 miles to the Pour peak?, and east 80 miles to the mouth of the Gila canyon, are the well-defined ruins of an ancient'and losg forgotten city, now marked by large mounds of debris outlines of water tanks aad reservoirs, and of extensive irrhratinir casals, called here " acequias " 20 or more miles in length, an...

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. — 18 January 1878

FRI DAY, JANUARY IS , 1878. OtHoial Paper of tbe Town of Prescott Subscription, $4,00 per Year. Dw priee for irabKshla? gammons in the JHMriet or J usaee'a tjoen Deea reduced to S15,d. SbgrlE'i BalM JaMrted at the aa;e price. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY. W. W. "Weed was arrested this morning by Marsnai uouaon, lor misdemeanor, and lined by Judge Cartter, $15, for the same, Abkivkd. A. Welch, 3Irs. T. M. Alex anderand family, and P. II. Johnson arrived this morning, per U. cc A. btagc. Head Armijo & Connelly's advertisement is another colum. They are on the trade, and offer a bargain. 3Ire. John Rrophy. in company with another family, names unknown, to us, left this morning, for Signal City, where her husband has decided to locate. Departed. The stage, this morning, car ried away the following persons: Col. C. P. Head, San .Francisco; Dona China, Weaver; and Dona Uicutey una. Mrs. A. L'joslcy will find a lurge hoi at t.ic (J. ami A. btare Co. a uuicc, ju tlih villa 'e. marked in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 18 January 1878

FRIDAY, JAN ITAltY 18 , 1878. Official Paper of tlie Town ofPrescott Subscription, $4,00 per Year. The prise far pafefefebiKSBBMBcms iatfee District or JasMoe's Ceart has been redact to $15,60. SheriT 8s4es iaserted ai the easie price. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY. That Turkish easy chair, manufactured by Charles Porter, next door to the stage office, is tho finest piece of workmenship in that line ever penected in rrescow. Mr. Lombard, a good citizen of Upper Verde, who has been visiting air. TheoYolis lVoaisillon and oilier friends in Prescott, left I or ins nome mis morning. The Torritorial Trcssrer upayiaEr "war TMts of the series of 1877 up to and includ ing AO. ISO. lie Jtas paid out nearly $2,000 to-day. County Treasurer, Cook, turned over to Territorial Treasurer Butler, to-day, $3,535, 15 General Fund; $1,707,41 School Fund,; and $1,178,27 Prison Fund. Total $0,480,83 Mrs.W. IVGaryelt, who has resided in prescott for about eight months, and who was quite an aqmsition to Pre...

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. — 25 January 1878

1 j: 37 T t VOL. XV.-NO. 6. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1878. ESTABLISHED W: J 1 She kris0tt gainer, PUBLISHED EVEEV FRIDAY, B T ' . CI3C-A.S. W- BEACH, Editor and Proprietor. The first number of Ifae Weekly Mixzb u issued oa Msreh 9, 18St, and la this, it thirteenth year, It can, with troth, ckis to be Uu? oldait,a&d best Hewpaper la the Territory. Subscription Hates. One Copy, One Year. ......... " Six Month .ThrecMuQth .. HJnl Copies...". iaily and Weekly,' one year, . ...S4.00 -.' 2.25 1.25 .. . 35 -16,00 yVdvertiHiiic Hates. One inch (12 lines of this type), la coltnnu 2.00 for first niurtlnn mnA l-00 TtfT Inch for each additional In sertion. I A liberal discount from alnve rats wfll be tnsde to j perions wao aarerune ureiy ny me year, uau jear ur qnarter. Professional and buslnoas cards Inserted for $1&00 per annum. Person Bending us money for subscription, advertis ing or Job work, may forward it by mall, .or otherwise, at their owi risk. LeffaKTend...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 25 January 1878

FJRIDAY, JANUARY 2S,1878.f Official Paper of Yavapai County. Subscription, $4.00 per Year. C. W. Crane, 396 MoiUfonrry $trtit; S-a.it FrancUcri. it ut. Jlgentfor the Atuzoxx Xisxb. in that city. lie it av&erUed to cUUct fttmeyt due ISit atelliihmcnl, take vriert for a&xtrtUlng and atUnd to any other bvjinett devolving upon him. at the representative of SCHOOL EXAMINATION". Yesterday, Chief Justice French, Associate Tweed, Acting Governor Gosper and Terri torial Treasurer Butler, by invitation of the Principal, Kr. Sherman, risited the various departments of the public school, and wit- uossed the regular every day exercises of the classes. Their first introduction wa3 to the higher grade, or Principal's room, up stairs, -where the exercises in mathematics, and in comparative physiology were es pecially interesting. Older heads might Jirofit by the information these pupils of tho ligbcr grade are able to impart. Judge French, who has had much cxperi- ncc in educational matters...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 25 January 1878

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1878. Ortiuial Paper of'tlio Town of Pxescott Subscription, $4,00 per Year. Tbepriee for paWlsala Saatmoae ia th THatrict or Justice's Cosrt aa beea reduced to $15,09. Saeriff's Hilt inserted it tbo saaifl price. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Sec notice of sale in Bankruptcy. The Tiptop delinquent notice appears in this issue of the 3Iixek. The delinquent taxes of Yuma County for the past year, 1877, amount to $2,031-94. Oar telegraphic news, to-day, after a rest of several days is quite lengthy, and will be read with interest. A great many teams passed our ofiice to day from theSw mills south of Prescott, all loaded with lumber. Thomas Hughes, of Yuma, is recovering from his recent injuries received by the ac cidental discharge ot a pistol. Forty-six thousand pounds of Silver Kiny concentrations, valued at $30,001), hnvc ar rived at Yuma, en route to San Francisco. AVe are in receipt of a letter from Hon. JSaineas Banning, dated at iViIiuinxtoii. lnftorjVMHh, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 25 January 1878

If Ir FJIIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1818. OlBois.1 Paper of the Town ofPi-escott Sabscriptioii, $4,00 per Year. The price fermMUMgStiamos4 to the District or JasMee's Court feM htea reduced to S 15,(0. Sheriff' Sales teterted at the mbu prtee. LOCAL IHTELLiaENCE SATV7BDAY. Eggs are scarce. . Last night was another cold one. - Prescott has two good night-watchmen. :3Mr. IL J. Notth came in on the coach this morning from California. J.H. Hnglics and lady arrived at home this afternoon. TtoH Miller, of Skull Valley, has been visiting Prescott, and was accompanied by Mrs. 31. V Tim Fell, owner of a good ranch in Fur guson Valley, has sold the same to some gentlemen for about 1,200. Departed. YVm. Sexton and Ohas. E. Bowen left on the stage, this morning, for JD9s.JL'almofl, and 3. H. Evans for Ehren hcrg. Joe Kelvin, who has had his arm broken and h!b shoulder dislocated by the running away of his fiery team, is on the mend, and thiaks he will soon be as good as new again. .Armstrong and Goodhue...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 1 February 1878

Jaaal ' '4 VOL. XV.-NO. 7. PEESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, 1878. ESTABLISHED 1864. FT8LISHED EVERY TKIDAY, B T CHAS. "W. BEAQH, Editor and Proprietor. Tbe first BMbr of ihe Weekly Miskb. wa isirufd on March 9, 1954, Mid ta tfaia, iu thirteenth year, It can, with treth, claim to be the oldest, sai best acwapaper in tbe Territory. , Subscription. Hates. One Opr. Oaa Year i'- J4.00 - Six Xoat :.. 2.25 " Tfareo Xoath. 1.25 g;n:le Cff 75 JDally and Weekly, eseyear, . 16,C0 One Inch (12 toe of thU type), in column 2.00 for first Insertion and $1.03 per luch for eieh additional Absrai discount from aSov rates will be ravle to jwrnon wlto dTrUj Irjf.Jy yy '-;r i15 or in-wisr. . ProfwlouaJ aad bnine cirdu inserted for 518.00 VeraaaHrn. , , . .. Person rendinjr iu.moai7 for subacriptlou, advert!, tag or JobTrork, aiay forward it by mail, or otherwise, at J,esl Tbc note taken st par in payment for anb- crlpOea, ailTertMlnij urn joo wor. f3?"TERMS InrariaWy. BUSINESS CARDS. Xi AW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 1 February 1878

FKIDAY, FE Bit UAH V i;- 1S7S. OiRmial Paper of Yavap! Comnty. SnlcriptkB, 4.00 per Year. ft TT. Gtmm, MB Xongitrj ttnttl, San Yrtnit. U $eltAftifer Me AKKOKA Xf.VEK f it thai erty. Jft U tefcc tien for odetriiii nd aUt&l to eihtr hmtmtit devolving up ktm at Vu ttprutntatfie f SAC fiWVv4Fft4 JftOKXOX KKIGEANTS. Tip WikWr, oa hk way up froa Tiptop yesterday, set tweaJj-six wago-as loaded with families and their household goods from "Malad, Idaho, ca route for Salt Hirer and beyoed. We understand that they belong to tee ose-wife or Joecphite persuasion of the Mormon Church, and propose to live like all other Christian people, in strict obedieacc to the laws of the land. Some of theee expect to settle on Salt River or 02 the. Gila, while others will probably go fur- j ther Sentfa, aad a few talked as if they j aiehtston in Ilumbutr district, provided they foaad anything worthy of their atten tiea, or oat of which they can make a liv iag. Their teams, which are obout one half oxea, ...

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. — 1 February 1878

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1878. Oltioial Paper of the Town of Prescott Sabscriptfoii, $4,00 per Tear, ThBriae for Tial-Hnhlng Hnmmnni lathe Dietriet or Jaetfoe'eCoarthaa bees reaeesd to $15,69. BiwiTi gales teaeried at we Mate poee. TUESDAY. Coanolly & Armijo load tbeir wagons to day, at Curtis' mill for Tiptop ami Gillett It only costs $15 to publish a summons or Sheriff's Sale is the Miner. The dance to be gives, oa the 8t!i of next month -will be called the "Pic-nic of 31. 0. Q. F's." A new post office has been petitioned to be established at Freye's Station on the Lit tle Colorado, for the .accommodation of Camp Apache people. C. E. Hitchcock, from Big Bug, arrived last evening -with passengers who departed on this morning's stage. Mr. II. returned home again this morning. Dan Hatz has lots of good boarders, nnd all of one accord Eire Dan praise of scttin a pplcnded t&blc, and heaping an abundance ol nearly tooa uclore Ins uelicjitc crew. JlnniufflH tnim of six wacoas loaded wi...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 1 February 1878

HBHIHHelHHaflaHtafltalt P itiBPM -ssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaBUBaaaBaaaBaBaBBBaBBaaaBaaaaMeaM rRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1878. OdHoial Paper of the Town. of Prescott Smlmeriptien, $4,00 per Year Taearfes far rwhXwtitng flmatnMu ia itse IWrft Jswatee'sGeartaas heea Meased ta gbaraTs states JMeriM at tbe mm aaee. LOCAL IKTELLIQ-ENCE. SATURDAY. Te Colorado Hirer is said to be lower . tha at asy period for mtmy years. A Fraak, of Eltreaberg, is the &aae easy jevial gastle&ati aaof old. Long may be wave. A feeady mm aad -Bsc srcntlemaa Is Xr. Aitiersos, Aasistaat Secretary of the Terri- tery. Iatcrdet oa seven thousand five hundred dellars at 3 per cent per month amounts la oaly 187,50 each month. Tins answers k qtteetioa wc keard asked down town. He. Vaa Epp'n new store on McCormick Mraei, "West I'rcscott, is in full blast, and tbeowser iaforms us that business opens up brisk, aad he is much pleased with his prospects. The Enterprise is still tibinir Government type, -although the General com...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 8 February 1878

n ."ti . - - -: - -Jl VOL. XV.-NO. 8. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1878. ESTABLISHED 1854, J HI HI r llf 1 4r 1 mm jrmri i ni l Site prison pines, PT8LISHXD EVERY FRIDAY, b r aHA.S. "W. BEACH, Editor and Proprietor. The first nunbr of WjatKLT Hiszb waa leesed oa March 9, 1964, aJ in t!iU. its ikkteettth yew, k es, rHfe trttth, dslm to be She eldest, aud best Bewepeper la tae Territory. Subscription. Hates. One Copy. Oao Year 54.00 " Six Month 2,35 " Three Xoatbs. J. 1,35 glnle Curies 35 Daily aed Weekly, one yert- 16,00 AdvertiHina Juntos Ob 8 lack (12 lion of this type), la eotetaa S-UK) for mt iaertiOQ aad $1.00 per Inch for each additiesal fc- A liberal din-aunt from above rates will bo made to i psraosw wlo sdvarliw; largely by tlie year, hslf year cr onwt'rr. pA"tsionl mi bn-sinoM card Inserted -for $18-90 uer atinam. rsr-oai oemiias nn money for nnberipUoa, sdvertl.- Ibe or Job work, may f ornzrd It by mail, or otbenrie f at taeir owns-wic Leff-1 Tenier note ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 8 February 1878

(I 4 ' ri '41 ft t -ifgr--. ns .v- . Se- - lit Wkt Spa. FRID A.Y, FEBRCAR Y 8,1878. Offiatal Paper or Yavapai County. Subscription, $4.00 per Year. C. IF. Crane. W6 Jfontfmsry itrut, San Frmnttiee. U ttUAotnt fr the ARIZOSl. XlXXR in lai city. BtU atOherittd to ccUftt mme 4t Ihlt uieMUWmtnt. btlt order fer nArtrtfaina and attend ta mr oiktr hutintM devkting vpm kit at the npruetatit f ORGANIZATION'. A ler of the bread &h1 butter brigade scms to be troaWed aboat the lamentable failure of the great twcleaased, in tlreir at- iamni in nraiaizG a raid for the spoils of W w v O office, oil S&turdsy, and turns to the Enter the sua-flewcr does to ito iron, the ease look ait sets that it did when it arose, and nlalativelv raurmuis that the Mixkr has made bad choice of a word to express the feeling's sad convictioHS ot those who -u-nf war sorrowine from the District Attorn ey'& office oa Saturday, each feeling more m if he had pasjed through that officer's hands and been convicted...

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. — 8 February 1878

mi mhm. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1878. Official Paper of tlie TownofL'rescott Subscription, $4,00 per Year Tke price for pabHabiag&Bsasaai to the District or Bales teMrted at mm Mate priee. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. Judge Bush returned, this morning, from Fhcenir, where he went on omciai uusmcss Dan Martin came over the new Patterson road yesterday with a "wagon and three yok of oxen attached thereto. Mr. Stlnson, who lives on Silver Creek, in tlie eastern portion of Yavapai has been of fered for his farm and the stock thereon, by a number of Mormon brethren, $20,000. Mr. Berry, now at Tiptop, sends us word Ly Mr. Burt, tliat the miners at work on T. J. Drum's mine, the " Cricket," have sttu:k a founnch streak of ?2,000 ore. The New Bit Plaza Saloon, in the build ins formerly occupied by Hathaway & "Wul ker, as a butcher shop, will open this even- ... . t rt t 1 - in with a free lunch. Evcrvboily is ir vitcd. IVattcrman's ox train with several tons of sixty dollar liar came ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 8 February 1878

1 'Br' u" rt- .v ft -!! rvy, S4r ' -' 3 fit met. Qmui&l Paper oftlt TowaoTPreaoott - i. . . - t &mhcriptimy 4,00 per Year. The yttee far pwhasfcliia; Baamom lathe Bisorlet W USBSC'S IXMKt MS ea MMri to 1H,W. -J-tiJ. . - . XOCAXf IKTELLIGEKOI. ' ATUXBy. A few feat falltf of tjpe. It' goiag to le coe2esiBd. JW Jackaea, from Kirkl&ad Valky, case BpTiro kte We&e yeetwday. It is rvnored that water is soaewkat saeroe at the Peck. Uope the rnraor isa fotaded. ' Caaaelly fc Arraijo's tea taas, ladea witk labr for Giilett, pawed tkroagh tows this afternoon. Xr.WkippI,ffom SkallTalley, brought ift to tew, to-day, about the hmt load of hay that -we have seea in Market thk season. Chm. Allabach took the alsge this morn iag fW Pltoeaix. to rusticate a few weeks ia Salt IMtw 'a eMropical si. 1 Kew Mexico, we leara from Xr. Calria Keys, who "was, aiaoy years since a resident of that Territory, and who has jast passed throagh it, is quite dull, as is also Colorado. Atkiasoa & Ha...

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. — 8 February 1878

aH.ij oc .or&yion, auu a p.tuv uum tauu Posr,,came up to .visit the ruins, and hear ing that Mr! Hull had a small collection oi We havejast received fresh supplies and purchaser will find our stock as full and rnmnWft .KSfflnv in tlm Tarritorv. consisting in part ot - ; . . TJnl.alat.UMi nwtwiiiiimwwB n "w!B E K L T ARIZ O Apr - i VOL. PXISCOTT. AXIZOJA. FJtlDAY ETUflMG, IH. 8. 1878. THE WORSHIP OF THE HEATHEN GODS, A Newaai IstereatlBC Tfeeerr BT J. X. RAN FORD. The morning of its glory was pre-historic; its meridian, in the classic ages; and tee live in its evening twilight. From every part of the earth where history and tradi tions have arisen, we have met with super : stitios ia the form of Idolatrous worship. The heathen gods present their claims to mankind lor perpetual tribute, and, like imperial tax gatherers, they assess according to the ability to pay. While the various mythologies exhibit great diversity in mihutia, as affected by diverse local causes, they sb coincid...

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 February 1878

ing, with a free lunch. Everybody 3 ir- ' missioncr. Tliis chauge is neither promotion nor re- Bean, by the Peck Mining Company, and ..ill jr'i Tim ftftlftfl n A a illlWIIUIAUialU. 4 1 (Continued from first page.) orous, and where a dense population gave uie people no room lor nocks and herds, out an auunaant harvest: the Gods Inst all relish for flesh, and became herbivorous. and when men of rank legan to give more attention to the refined luxuries of life than the crude necessities, the Gods ceased to eat auu unas, ana connnca tlicir enjoyment to the perfume of flowers, incense and sandal wood, and. the smoke of narcotic nlanrs! simply because these were the luxuries of tue same Gods while in the flesh. When mythology was brouarht forward to an age of great refinement, the raw material for the manufacture of Gods was so ample mac numan models were no longer needed, and they defied the earth, air water, fire aau numan nieas as tear, fortune, etc. as a general rule, all old written ...

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