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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 27 December 1878

VOL. XVI.-NO. 1. PPuESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 27, S: ESTABLISHED ISM lie &tioua glum-,! BUSINESS CARDS. ki U PUBLISHED EVERY FBI DAY, C53:a.s. "W. beach, Editor nl Proprietor. The first number of ihe TVcnui.r M:xkii vw Ine d u March 9, aal la thi, iu ttftreulh yer, it qau, iUi troth, claim to be the oldet, ami bwi iwvMMiMr In the Territory. Subscription Tiatei. One Cpy, One Y.tr Si.50 " " Six Month 5LS8 " " Three Moathi M BIncInCopU 2g Dally and Weekly. one year. 516,00 -A.lvfrtiniii!r Jiatr-H. Co: Inch "12 line-; tit th! trtiel. In notaaie aa.flO fur Til "erUofl and 31.00 per Inch for eaeh wiaiUaMl hj- A liberal discount from above rl- will lie itl- to ' persons who advertise largely by Him year, half year or ,' qnarior. Profession! sail limine us.nl taierted for (18jW ' Penotw nan din'' m moaey for (wtwciptt, sitv?irU- miror jou worlc, may forward It by man, or afttiilii, at Uieir wn rink. JCtl Tender no'es UVen at ir in paysMet far wiW ftcription, advertising ...

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. — 27 December 1878

V The French, having secured the rotecto- j 1 he Ni.vt rrrnldency. The Cincinnati Enquirer has interviewed j BY TELEGRAPH. iifliHliiiiNISr I GOLDWATER'S COLUMff. 1 rate of Svria under the Berlin Trcatr, art- J The ( j preparing to wutie up old Palestine with the i the entire boutli by means o: its corrcs r l rush of modern civilization, introduced by i pondeiice, and set-ins pretrv well satisfied FRIDAY. i:T- 1878 the ttcaiu whistle. A railroad is to be csu-1 that the contest lies between Hendricks and Ofllnial Papr r Yavajvti County. Subscription, S4.C0 per Year. z strnctel from Jaffa through the valley r tlie : Thurman of the Democrats, while G-ant is -. Jordan, and the need Sea country opened up unanimously considered by the Kepubli- lor travel ami conniKrre. It wui not be a cjij. I lie Democrats worn to equally 5reat while before Sodom and Goinorrah are i divided between llendneks and Thunnnn; re-established by the progressive Frenchniar j other?, like Tilden, Hancock and Bayard...

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. — 27 December 1878

" a -m t Mic-iiaaafig 11 1 ' - - - . ' - -t-- - -. -I in v -Th editorial Eternity are preparing for bYVuk ewJe'a calls, and an exchange inci- it slfSiiwMi"? ' rrpnf ucuiaiM uoics inai caru -cases ami .mrt- r monnaiw are of silver, ornanicnted with 'III DAY, OKCE31BEII i7,.IS78. o'"1 m J" panose designs. " The roBnjr friends and former .school aperoitne lownoi Hroucott : luatf-s of .Master Johnnv Bourk f prcased to learn that the voun Cripiioil, S4.00 Illfl Ypnr!l"nrt;ll)lr located with hu brother t ..!(! T "T , . . . , me, iuu anu aitenuicjj scnoot mere. Dan Stone, one of the best sheep men in Arizona and for the past tnree years with Jim Oncal, of Date Creek, came in on Mon day and stayed over until this morning, cele brating, when he took up his march homewards. Arizona Lodge, Ao. 1, 1. 0. 0. F., last night, elected the following officer for the ensuing term : Geo. W. Curtis, X. G ; Paul Weber, V. G.; Wilfred H. Weber, Record ing and Permanent Secretary; David Levy, Treasurer. CnR...

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. — 27 December 1878

r witTPfc 1 - ur rAV, DECEMBER 27, 1878. OfHcial Paper of tho Town of Prescott Subscription, $4,00 per "Year Local Intelligence. BATUKBAY The last steamer for up river left Yuma on the 14tli, havin;ron board G0.000 pounds of Prescott freight. llobert Connell received 20,000 cigans, by Busher & Atkinson's teams yesterday, and 5,000 pounds of assorted liquors to-day, by .McNeils team. v?C3D Load. John McNeil's 14-mule prize team unloaded 30,124 pounds of :ncrchanui32 at various stores in town tins morning. The gros amount of fmght on this load from Ehrcnlicrg here is in tho neighborhood of 1,400. James 31iles, incarcaralcd in the county jail for six months, for the reckless use oi tircnrnis in the street, v:i3 pardoned by Guv. Fremont this morning on a numerously sicned petition, asking it, for his mother's sake, and upon his promise to do better in future. Ukautihtjj Gold. A. young man from Antelope Hill, brought up quite a quantity of rich sold yesterday, irom the out men Hill p...

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. — 3 January 1879

s . JE .X ' I BK I I Rf KT -r ..4193 I V! I i rl n lr V3T. I Jfc3 1 V 1 1,3 I SX SI J I It-iA 1 BaT I B 4 X ! BB IM I BK X fBK IBB I I BB I IBB aTBl . MBB . BB? IV BBF SBb1 V 2- !W 1 ' m IS rVaiT '-t 1 ttf i III I t ra IPWV- la, ItYAfM I Pif l-T f I "B U I Hi IB ! I Ml I Bl IB rB IBM W I VBH I IBB ' IB1 HB IK IW .zziota - - --a 1 Mfc'jf j aci jr -t-av rr j w-,w 'vrzivr 1 1. ,av. vav- j a r- mr Hi imz? ism t h jtaBsavs' .a. vr -aan -w .v v am imar- k.Hn x-v -vbv ..-aw "vw -rmT a.-bbv v-ms . "11 f" - r". y -t v . r mh ' . --- r-:- r, , - "v ,1 , i 'raLTxvi.-fO. ? ; prescott, Arizona, Friday evening. January 3, vsra. irifts fvl-iSOUit UttCV,! BDSDTESS CARDS. " BUSINESS CARDS. MISCELLANEOUS J"DW18HED "EVERY 2JIIDAY, !) Y CKAS. W. ESACI- Kdltor nud Proprietor. Tba firU oatuber of Wa?" K Saw Oee CPX. On Yr - filxJJiralb -- 2.83 .. 1.3-5 glocJe CpU . . . -. mil aad Tlly. nc jrear. 116,00 lueh ,12 Uuct of till lyt&Jm. eoU S3iasin nriii.nij - inMrtloa iHJ! tur for ea i ii i Mil ri i ri I...

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. — 3 January 1879

S.- "C JWIDAY,,- JASUABY 3,1870. "Official Paper of Vnvapai County. Subscription, S-i.00 per Year. C H Grain, ZtS S'tjoa'rs Mrett, San FraCttco. it UkattJr Ike XtmMx 3ic& tn Hot etty. lit U aZ&orliii In eiMrrt asccM le it it utaUUkwct, talc crJerl fvr adttrliiixg ami oKtr.-d it riy ttr (uiwji tunlrig upon wt at IM Hprttcnuititc jf thtJ'tWitkir. GOrItNORFUKMOXTS JtEl'OKT. Wc liavc recerred a'cbpy of llfs Excel lency Governor Fremont's Report, which, upon perusal, rt find quite full, and con taining much valuable information bearing on Arizona EirrbR!&TixEn.: Will you, in vourTalua Me paper, permit a pupil in Prof. Sherman's school the privilege of describing a visit that W33 accorded the members of the Prescott We would have Iil-ed very i high-gn.de class, yesterday, DecembcrtfOth , Kv vi:.i:. This is the first isu uf the Weekly 3Ii Sim fur 1S7J), and wither take occasion to re turn thanks to our patron for a geucri support m (he. , mid venture the hope that itic same lib...

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. — 3 January 1879

1. m PEESCOTT. LEGAL. LE(iAIj. PRE v i 11 - j scon. - ... e 1 1 . l -m. fITTlT7OT I V 1 . rf W Y IBMHL B - FilIDA.X5JAAIlV a, is-o. OHcizvl Papor of thoTownorPrflucott Subscription, 4,00 per Year Local Intelligence. TUE8DAY. Granite creek bridge will be found useful aud well worth the money it cost. Colorcl Jnmca 51. Jiarney has roturnou to Yuma for the holiday?. The Oro Bqnjto mill, Bradshaw, iu now about completed and will soon be started to running. Judge Alex. Harris, of Peeple's Valley, came up yeatercayt and reports vary little snow on the ground in Pseple's, and none in Kirkland or Skull Valleys. It is reported that John A. Lnvoic, of the Titrcr stables, is about to assume the man agement of the Gray Eagle stables on Gran ite street. Tho California stage was a little behind time in arriving last evening, on account ot bad roads. It Drought but one passenger. The members of the Legislature from the south have not yet gratified us with a ight of any of their manly fo.-in. They ...

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. — 3 January 1879

1&L 3i 1 n v FRIDAY, JANUARY 3,1879. O ttloml Papor oftho Town ofPriioott Subscription, $4,00 per Year .ocal Intelligence. BATOKDAY Hon. 11. S. Stevens has placed us under obligations for valuable documents.' Marshal Dake is uioring into the house formerly occupied by J. L. Fisher and -family. Th. lownrinL' atmearasce of the clouds -Jtoken of a heavy storm in the near future L-t it come, vrc have plenty of wood. TVe arc sorrv to state that Sheriff Bowers, and Hon. W. NV. Hutcnibon, are both con lined to in-doors on account ot sickness. Wc present to our readers, "to-day, the Iiihlv interesting oration delivered by Jlon. Tuo3. Fitch, at the Masonic Installation lust evening. The telegraph line is still down'i io what extent, or just whore, we arc unable to state. It is more than liKcly that the wires have been celebrating. There will be preaching at tho 3rariua flf rt Church, to-morrow, at ? o'clock, p. in. Praise meeting to commence at tho first ringing of the bell. Sunday Schoo...

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 January 1879

life m v. v lOL. XVI.-NO. 3. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1879. ESTABLISHED 1864 SV. l-y, W4 It, i t; irM it icr.i i-m 0 flu SlrisOtut iUncv, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, DI CIHIAS. "W. BEACH, Kuitor and Proprietor. lie first number of ilii Wmsklt Mtxmi wan iMiied March , 151, and lu UAa, It flrkwatti yaar, it ace, truth, claim to oe the oklait, and Wt nearniir lu Territory. subscription Ttitte.s. Cpy, One Year S4.00 ' Kix Month 2.35 Threa Mouth. 1.2S deCupl" - So Slyacd Weekly, one ir. 16,00 A.tlvtrtHin:r rc4itcH. - .... . h . . a., .w. r . Sne lucu . 12 mic or iaimyip, ih wwjbiu : iuirtla ami Jl.tK) r In fer raeh adaiUfHWl m- Ubwal discount trimi ataav raltm vrw iw waiif t" Eions who advertiM larxdy ly th y-ar, Unit r or rtcr. jrofrsloujJ and t'liilnna artk fatawted far $g.HS auunm. Unmix hudluc Hat tiKHiiar fjf wbM-riloo. sirtwtU- lor Job v.iri, may fortrsnl )t by mall, tr urvc, at r own n- vil Ten Jer nuUw tikH a lr pcxoiuttl wr uit- tiiinn. mdrrtiMiiw ami m wn. b-T...

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 January 1879

J, C5T J T wto FRIDAY, JAMJAKYZO, 1879. Official Pnpor of Yavnpul County. Subscription, $5.00 per Year. C. W. Crant, 32i iltmlynmrry ttrtrt, San Fraud to. it nit Agrnt for the ARIZONA Xir.lt t' tkat city, lit U anlhorittJ t crJlrti moneys dut (Mil utaHiikturnt, lukr tmltri for advertising and atttid it any othtr bvrtmfji dtrolrinj upon Aim. as (A rtprtsentatirt oj GENERAL GRANT THE NEXT I'JtESI-DENT. Everything now points favorably and di rectly to General Grant as the likely candi date for the Presidency on the Republican side, and should he be nominated, then his election is a foregone conclusion. Demo crats by the score, alt over tho States have epenly avowed themselves in favor of Grant. Tho Republicans will be a unitun the reat soldier, statesman and scholar. Both parties are tircu of Hayes and his vascila ting policy. They are anxious for a change, and desire decision and firmness in the man who shall fill the groaj. executive chair of the Nation. They are tired of the revolu ...

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 January 1879

1 I WEDXKSDAY. TIIK GOVEIINOU'S MKSSAGK, ETC. FRIDAY, JANUARY lO, IS79. Ofllcial Ppofof the Town of lrsuott Subscription, $5,00 per i'car Local Intelligence. TUKSDAY. Muster Albert Benan was elected Page In the Council, this morning by a unanimous vote. Last n'ght was a regular scorcher, the coldest of the season. lion. C. P. Lcitch and AV. L. Vail, mem bers m the House, from Pima Count', ar rived last evening, having had a rather tedious journey. Go and buy a pair of those Arctic, Ant arctic, Iceland over-shoes at Bashford's, aud a pair of those rubber cloth sandals for Fiucwalk promenading; they are nice and cheap. Everybody buj-s 'em. Miss Angle Mitchell, one of the most competent young ladies of Yavapai, was this inoniinir elected bv a unanimous vote L Assistant Enrolliug and Engrossing Clerk in the Council. The Legislature hnsvcrv liberal! v onlertd tint each meinour be entitled to order twenty copies of the Territorial papers, to j hi aelrctcJ according to their own wishes. Th...

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 January 1879

it FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, IS79. Ortiolal Puiwr of the Tovrn of Presoott Subscript ion, 4.00 per Year Local 5 intelligence. SATURDAY Hon. E. R. Nicols. from Williamson val ley, is in town and ready to take his seat in the legislature on Monday morning. Master Sterling Wood, a very activc,encr getic and exceedingly bright boy,is a candi date for the position of Page in the Coun cil. A man who got tight while his wife "was ! away, asked her onher return what she s could expect of a man when wine was in T and his. wife was out. The number of Masonic Lodges in the United btatcs is said to be i),2lo, more than double the number in the rest of the world, the whole- number being estimated at 13,000. The estimated membership for the United Sates is stated to be 588,009. Hon. W. S. Head from the Verde, and Mr. Jas. Stinson from the Little Colorado, arrived yesterday per private conveyance. I Mr. Stinson has" Jived m Eastern Yavapai for a number of years, has acquired a nice property, and has gai...

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 January 1879

V TOL. XVI.-NO. A- HI I ikmjA!"ILfcIBJ FURLISIIED EVERT FRIDAY, c t CKAS. -W- BSACEC, Kditor and Proprietor. Tha Brut unmber of tha Wejiki.v T.Iises -was liwued on March a, cud la tbJ, its fiftnth. yeir, it ca, with truth, claim to be the oldest, end bt neov? piper in tho Territory. nubHciiption Itates- One Copy. One Year 4.00 -Six.Mont&j Z.liO Three Monthi 1.25 S'ntrte Opi- 25 Dally and WcoMy, one year, E1G,00 Vlvertininu X-iittoa. One inch ,'12 liuss of this typs), in column 32.00 for first inMsrtioa aud $1.0. jer inch for eaeh additional in sertion. A liberal discount frem above rsl'js will be toade u irnn -who tdvcrtiMi Urtfsiy by the year, half year or (.jturter. i'roiesMonai ana uuniaew cro uweraa lor 319.11 pur auuuni. Pa.ous soudlnir n Money for solwrrinttaa, advert! - iiaaor Job vcork, may forward it by null, or othcritB, t IthAtr om rilc Legal Tender nova taiMi at jar to payment for xub cription, advertising and Job work. CirTKIMS Jit cfeant Inwridltg. AOENTS FOIt THE ...

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 January 1879

8 u FRIDAY, JANUAKY17,1879. Official Paper or Yavapai County. Snbscrintioii. $5.00 ner Ycxu. C. W. Crant, 3J8 Montgomery strut, San Franeitco. it tU. Agent fur tit AkUOSA MlNKll in that city, lit it authitrittd to collfd moifyi due IKit utabtithnent, take ordert for adrertiting and attend Ut an other burin tt devolving upon hint at tie ttfretentatite of Vic rrblithft. GOLD, SlLVEJt A'1 ORXBACKS. Since the greenhack has been declared equally valuable with gold the public mind m settled down, and paper currency has rather the preference over the metallic sub stance in circulation throughout the coun try. The minds of the people are at rest as to the value of the different classes of coins, notes, etc., authorized by Qur Govern ment as legal tender for all debts, private and public. A great chungc, indeed, during j the last decade. "When gold was selling at 285, there were men who believed it would never fall below that point. They were de ceived. They believed the Republic was doomed....

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 January 1879

FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1879. Oirieial Paper oftho Town afPruBcott SullSCripttCJl, 5,00 per 1 ear Local intelligence. TUESDAY. Secretary Gosper has returned from a trip to his stock ranch on the headwaters of the Verde. GilmT & Salisbury's stages are making "ood time of late. Thanks to James Stew art, the efficient manager of the lins. Tlic resolution expelling Chas.C. O'Don- nell has been adopted by the Constitutional Convention of California. The largest stock of boots and hhocs now on hand will bo sold cheap, by L. lJashford & Co. dl2 Gideon Cornell and family are expected in Prescott during the week. 3Irs. Hir.son, we are sorry to state, is quite low inonia. with i sever attaok oJ pneu- A Alton, the f.r brick :trchteit, d.tiu . uv worJc W. Hiw.ce. at the , ... , - ... . , ,r .,, !, ., ) 't1, ! taking a p.i at the law manors ; various parts of the Territory Miss Nellie Hunihart, is on a visit to her si,tcr 3rs. E. W. Wells. Mr. Asa Kimbill, of Kimball Bros, Simial. is isitini...

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. — 17 January 1879

i i Vlf frt ftUrtrtV i ."B-"veT-K.ep.of FonrPrlionew. Santa Fe Mall Troubt.. f PRESC0IT. 1 KiVjUU L 1. iilUUVV"' : WU1S. SSrs&ss. M'H1LI. z i .rr::r. zr. - " vw FiA "" " Thomas Berry. John J. Chapman, Henry' Ben. Baker aud Jerrv Havward are in i , t FRIDAY, J A MJ A ItY .11879. Oftlclnl Papr oi'tho Town ofPxwcott SnbSCrlptlGll, 5,00 Xcl YcU Local Intelligence. SATURDAY M He" Las been struck in Pceple's valley. The liveliest mining camp in Arizona juat at the present time is at the Tiger. The Judges of ths Supreme Court have been pushing business rapidly. The late storm was goneral nli over tho Territory ami Southern California. Doctor George D. Kendall, in hit usual genteel way, is uoing a good business. White hair'a feed yard, opiosiU the Li brary bnilding, is in full blast. Major Dace has bom confined to his quarters for wvcral sys on aCCOUUtof sick UCS. James Oiical, of Dnto Crcyk, has bceu quite Hick, but we aro plaased to learn he is improring. ' The Moirollon raiiuc. wo ar...

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. — 24 January 1879

VOL. XVI.-NO. 5. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24, 1879. ESTABLISHED 1864 Slic PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, n V liacr, Tenah Legislative Assembly. ..4.00 . 2.25 .. 1.25 . 25 16,00 CJEZJS. "W. BEACH, 3-klitor and Proprietor. TU flrat number of Iho Weekly IHneh was issued on March 9, 1461, and In this, IU rlfteeuth joir, it can, wiiii truth, claim to be the oldtwt, and best newspaper in the Territory. subscription i-uitcn. One 0py. Onn Yrnr Six Moatli " " Three Months. BincIeC5i .. Dally aod Weekly, one year, VilvortiHinC Jtatos. One Iurti .'12 lines of this tyi), In column S00 for first insertion and $1.03 jwr inch for eaoh additional in sertion. A liberal discount from alxve rates will be made ft personi" who advertise largely by tho year, hslf year or quarter. Professional and btniueas cards Inserted for tlri.09 rr vmnm. lVrM n-tixaf n ma-j lor Bucr)pijo, auverus- In? or j w ir, ioy Xorwrsru It by man, or otucrm, a; thtir ow.i rik. Legal Tender iioe tnkes at par lit payment...

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. — 24 January 1879

i g 4- I: 5 i rpHr-- - - Ofllcliii l'iier of Ynvnpat County. Subscription. $5.00 per Year. C. liVCraht, 3& JfenlfMwp ttrtet, Sen FnmetHm, it U. Agent fr VK A soosa M:CM in (Ao( crtjr. 7ie ' - suttcrfrat f etlttet tomrf dm tkit ttiaUithmtnt. talt brd'ri Jnr adertititf amd attind Ui anv other tiiuimu demiting v liivi at tkt teprtitntottit ) tU J'tUither. Mails. A letter from Mr. Thomns Jlallcck of A.ubrey,Mobve County, informs uslhntlrom September JlOtli until Decent' Iier 2Uth, on mail route Xo. 4010.', no ser vice was performed and aftor that lime, -when service wrs put on the contractor, mail-rider, agent or some ono else who seems to have a say ? to what the jack, cm ployed in packing the great U. S. mails, should carry, positively refused to curry any newspaper "mail?, consequently from the . 30tji of September until Uio 12th of January no Miskkh were received at Aubrey. How lonj mail matters in 3Iohavc County arc to le managed in this cold-blooded way, it is hard to predict....

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. — 24 January 1879

mi FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 i, JS7I. Oflicinl Paper of fclio Town oriJr-KCott iibscription, $5,00 per Year Logs. Intelligence. j.vs:Nie ilXETZMGS. i n ere win ie a special meeting of Axtlan Lodge, No. 177, F. and A.M.. ou Thursday evening, Jau. 2:d, at 7 o'clock, for work in the 3d degree. The regular monthly communication of the Lodge will le held on Saturday evening, Jan. 2.1th. A fall attendance or members U particularly desired, and sojourning brethren cordially invited. Geo. W. Ilaaoe, of the Cieneg.t, is in town in attendance on the District Court, lie walks jibout with firmer step than formerly, and giv.M evidence of an assured position in community, and in socioty, that no trivial cause or inadvertent mistake can deprive him of. He now ranks among the pa triarchs of the laud. A Vivian was woBt to sing. "It'a nice to tea iwrient." Now .Suparintonilciit ofthn i'colr. K-Mavor 1. W. Blake, who has for n Ioiir lijuo had Uio nianajreiHent or ilia nnaiu of ih- IVvk M:tiln toiHMsy, has btw...

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. — 24 January 1879

mt v spier. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1879. OJBcl.il Paper of tho Town of'Prwcott Subscription, $5,00 per Year Local Intelligence. SAfUBDAY. Judge Porter has gone home to Yuma. A legislative hall will he given about the last of the month. The night during the past -week have Tjcc-n extremely cold. It bents last winter two to one. The nnjount of buUion shipped out of i 1 1 cMtrAiu 1 . . o , r will JVliSAMItl illiUUll ul l rvutMJ IlUb J v. i ..... not fall short of $5,000,000. The Califorain Constitutioual Convention Jtas signally failed in everything save usiny tjd the money appropriated for defraying it xpenscs. The Chinese are "solid" and will stay. Mail to Mohave Corsrv. T!ic Post master General has contrar ted with one A. II. Brown to carry the mail, twice a week, from Prcscott to Fort 3IoUave no 3Iincral Park, etc- service to beinn February 1st. Marshal C. P. Dake has appointed Sheriff Jo3. R. "Walker, and late Under Sheriff 11. II. Walker, Deputy l.S.-Marsiiais. aom these gentlemen ar...

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