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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 22 May 1869

lltk Witt. ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. BT CrUSLCt WIXBOCE5B. I am dying-, Egjpt,dJntr. Ebo the crlmton life tide fait. And the dark Plntonlan ahadowa Gather on the eveolnp Hut. Let tblne arras, oh Queen, anpport me, Hnh thy sobe and bow thine ear, Hark en to the jrreat heart secret, Thoa, and tbon alone, nitut bear. Though my ecarred and Trterau leglona, . .Bear tbtir eoglea blgb no more; ' (And tny wrecked and scattered Ralleys, Btrew dark Actinm'a fatal ibor Tbongh no glittering guards sarronnd mo Frotupt to do their nuuter'a will, I mutt perUh like a Roman ' Die the great Trinmvlr atllL . Let not Cxaar'a er tie tnlnlont Mock the lion that laid low ; Twaa no foeran' band that alew him, Twaa his own that struck the blow. Hear, then, pillowed on thy botom, Ere his star shall 1oe It ray, Him, who. drank with' thy caresses, 'Madly Suns' a world away. Should the base plebeian rabble. Dare aatall my fame at Konae, , i JWaere the sable, spsasc, Octarla, Weeps within a widowed home. Seek her My...

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. — 29 May 1869

miner: VOLUME YI PRKSCOTT, AWYMA, SATURDAY MORNING, .MAY 2l, ,sii. TP WEEKLY ARIZONA THE AllIZONAJilllfEK. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNINGJ -AT" ritESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. ryJ::::::::: . Three Montlw, cinxlo Cnnles.. . ..,$700 . . . 4 oo ... 250 25 Papers will not be ut unlet paid for In ad ,,,', and will fnswrfaVy l discontinued at the uud of Hie tlmo paid for. ADVKU'WSING: One sanarr, one time. HUB; Additional tlm", ? im ' nQdUtoonl sqnarc. Mine rate. liberal discount will lc made to persons can tinning the tame adTertfwmwH fur three, six, or twelve months. I'rofes.'onal or business esrd iLsortid uim reasonable terms. Job l?i-ii ti ii iZ- Thb MlXEH offlee Is well supplied with Pre, Plain. Fancy find Ornamental Type, and tbe pro prietor is determined to execute all work with Vhkh he uuy be favored In the neatest and best lle of the art. Wert may bo ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accomimnWl with the eaeli, it bu promptly executed and sent by mall, or as ...

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. — 29 May 1869

Ik Pti'Montl, yV.Hv.utin 'l'ovritovy. SATURDAY MOUSING MAY 29 1809. !nn Frnnrlscn Acrnry. THOMAS HOTCK Is the anlhorlred Rgrjil fur the MlMF.n In Knn Frnnclvo. Orders tftatiil oITirp. No. .10 (second floor). Merchant's Kirhnnzr, California ltrect, below Montgomery, will I promptly Mended to. Ta. P. FlSHF.R. moms 10 and 31. Merchant's F.srh.nc''. rllfnrnl strwt, 8an Francisco, I nuthoriled to net an actnt for tbe Mtxr.n. Slncle copies of the MIX Kit enn b- purehned lit the rostotBcc. Tiik Lvst SnsK DmrKN Gbash TiticMrit or Tin: Tk-u:on.rn. Al fifteen minutes before noon May lOtft, ays the San Francisco Jlullelin, the IntcreMfnf; ceremony of laying the last tio ami rati and drivlnp the last uplko of tho Pacific Railroad was completed. Tho Western Union Telegraph Company had effected, complete ar rangements for Penalizing tho important event throughout tho Union by telegraph, and each blow of tho sledgehammer upon tho spike was echoed by the click of tho telegraph instruments in San Fr...

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. — 29 May 1869

rvw all Local liifolllgruncc. I'iikscott, May 2fl, 1809. soTiiru Pioxkku flown. From Hon. Wm. H. Harily, who arrlrcd In town from Ilardjvlllc, tia the Preseott and Mohave Wajjott road, Monday cvculuiflast, wo ,carn th0 Md neWB0f 'ho murder bv Indians, at a point a short distance beyond Cutnp Willow flrovc, of JomcJ Sheldon, an old nlonccr, and n man who was beloved by nil who knew him, and who Is there In the Territory that did not know "Jim" Sheldon Tho particulars, M gathered from Mr. Hardy, urc.that Sheldon and K J. Moore, former Sheriff of this county, who, with H. W.'Grootn, Wm. Cole, Win. Kccd, Frank Cosgrove and others, left Preseott, recently, for White Pine, stopped behind their comrade at Camp Willow Grove, on the afternoon of thul-Uli lnit., the day upon which Sheldon was killed, to converse with some old acquaintance met with at the poit Towards evening, Sheldon mounted )iU animal, and started for camp, and n short time after dark, Mooro did the same tiling. At a cer tai...

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. — 29 May 1869

prtfcott artvcrtbcmcnt?. gvciscott gtrtvcvtictcmcntcs. ulunlnm). , Cfjs ; - -.- - a J. cook un. r. nowiiJta. PLAZA FEED AND SALE STABLE. WICICBN1UIUG and April"Oster.Monat:' plONEER Preseott, Tho name of this month Is itppoocl to btivo been derived from Ajierio Iojxh, from tbe fhet thnt nt this gcftaon of the year the earth bfgltw to open for tho production of vegetables. Some writers, however, attribute It derivation to AjhrvdUe, tho Greek appollatlou of Venus. Ve Stegan writes that the Saxons "called April by the. name of Oster-Monat; gome thlnko of a god dessc called Ouster, whereof I ee no greate rt roil, for if it tooko appellation of uch n god dessc (a supposed causer of the easterly winds), it seemcth to have bin somewhat by Mme mb- w ritten, and Ihotild riehtly bo 0.t!er. and not Goiter. The winds, indeed, by ancient observa tions, were found in this tnonvth most commonly to blOw from tho East, and Host in the Teuton icVo is Osl; and Ost-tnd. which rightly in Kng lish is Hut...

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. — 5 June 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YI. rascorr, arizoxa, Saturday jioeixG, june 5, mnmi 21. -q THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, I'KEdCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AIUZONA, Ono Copy, Ono Year,. .... $ J 0 " Fix Months 4 00 11 Ttin Months 2 50 Single Copies, : 25 111 Ml t.A ann( tir1p4 tMltlt for lrt flfl liners win nv --- - TJticc, snd will invarially 1 discontinued (it the end oflhaUnie pain ior. One Miwrc one tlrao, $3.00; cncli additional time, II-W. Each additional square, same rate. A literal discount will be made to persons con tlnntng the fame advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. Vior.u'an r business cards inserted updu rcMonablc terms. Job Ix-intiixpT. Tne MtsTR office l wells uppllcd with Presses, Plain, Finer and Ornamental Type, and the pro. witter Is determined to execute all work with which he may be favored lu the neatest and best style of the art. Work may bo ordereil from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cosh, H will be pr...

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. — 5 June 1869

She LCI 1 &5 rmnoott, Arlxonii X'oxTltory. Arizona Miner. Wo have Just received to-day (18th) tho Jfiner or the 24th of April. The Issuo nf Mav 1st ha tint vot come to hand, though wc seti our Los Angeles exchanges quoting irom u a week ago. Will the Miner inform u oy wmcn I route tho mall from Prescott to thw placo goes, Latter from Kauans. Summary of Imte Eastern Now. llr.T.Saundcm, of this place, baa furnished us with the following letter, from a Mend In who made tho trin East, via tho 35tb whether by sailing vessel down the Colorado .r.n0i route, solitary nnd alone. It Ib self- SATURDAY MORNING... Sheridan. Kansas, April 20, 18G9. ni Franrlaro Agenry. TnnMAS TlOTCi: li the aathorlred M for th Jfrsr.n in (Un Frnri. Orim leftat hit offle. Jio-Wuewnd floor), Merrhant'iExchanro, California itreet, below Montgomery, will be promptly iiram to. I . L - V. 1 r r 1 1 r.. I. ..n . I. rt Ran aim uiu uuu ui ur n. it m tw" JUNK ft. 18M. Vmnot. nnH th,.nr ilnwn hv slairo to San expianaior...

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. — 5 June 1869

Locnl Intelligence. rnKSCOTT, June 0, 18C9. Vtuota knowing themselves Indebted to this concern, for subscriptions, advertisements, Job work ctc convlDCC ns of lhelr homt' and enable us to make the eagle scream on the com 0K anniversary, by remitting the amount duo by tbern.assoonas possible. Our foreman says he must have a cradle for bis baby, a new set of teeth lor bis old cow, a few moro broom-sticks for hU better half and a glass eye for himself. Then, there's our Imp, who says he wants money enough to buy a Teloclpede with which ho designs catch Ing enough liwds and snakes to furnish his boarding house with "delicacies of the season," Our own wants are many and pressing, but a press of other matter prevents us from mentioning thtmjust now. Tint Stmmko. Monday last was pay day at ,,. H.MlInc mill and mine. Mr. Wundcrllch, the flnsncUl agent for the company, disbursed about tvtnnn The number or men crapioycu at mm ,n'd mine Is about tblrty-tHe. The lode Is said to be splendid. A w...

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. — 5 June 1869

to" 8," a ft i it-.. f C3o Lcttcr from Hardyvillc. HiiiDiriLtK, Amiosi, J! at 20, 1SCD. Enrrort Arizona Mlvkii:- I notice nn article In thciluvrK of the gth lust, hi reference to the proceedings of the Hoard of Supervisor of Mo harc county. As the pnbllo uro Interested, at least tho Ux payers, an explanation may be in order. The Supervisors of Mohave county met In January, as the law direct. At this meeting tho District Attorney called tho attention of the Su pervisors present to tho fact that one of the mem bers had left the Territory, hence the office should be filled by appointment. Wm. II. Hardy was appointed and received his certlllcaUs from the Clerk. At tho April term, at the meeting of the Board, but two of the members were present; no Sher iff, Treasurer or Clerk appeared. At 4 o'clock, p. m., the Clerk appeared, made excuses nnd ex plained why he was absent The books of tho county were asked for. but wrrn not at hand, tbo Clerk having carried them to his private resi dence...

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 June 1869

ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PIIKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 169. NUMBER 22. ; THE ARIZONA MINER. MBUSHED EVERY 8ATURDAY MORNING, l'ftEscorr, YAVAPAI countv, aiuzona; striiscnnrrioN' : One Copy, One Yean. $7 00 Six Months . ' w ii Tbrce Montis, 2 50 Single Copies 25 Papers will not be rnt unless paid for In ad- ranee, nd will inrarially bo discontinued attbe nd of tbe time paid for. ADVKUTISING! One Krrc one time. PIM-, each additional Uuie, 11 JO. Kach additional square, sntnc rale. A liberal discount will bo made to persons con tinuing tbe itrnc advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. Professional or business cards Inserted dpon rcwuaWe terms. Job ix li ix ST- Tits Miskh office U well supplied with I'rcsscs, Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Type, 4 pro. nrlctor Is determined to execute all wort: with which be may be favored In the neatest and best tyle of tbe art. Work may be ordered from any part of tho Territory, end, wben accompanied with the cash, U will be prom...

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 June 1869

m Wk Mhtx ProH.oott, ArlKutm Xrrltory. SATURDAY MOKNIXtt JlJNK 12. 18f.O. Hu Krnnrlaro A Ktiiry. Thomas Hoyck i h anthortzrd BjrtBt for the MIMXIl la 8nti KrancWw. Onlen lft nl W oilier, No. 00 (vcond floor), Mf rrhnnt'i Kxrbanrv, California trrt, beloir Mootyfumtr), will ba rroinjitly atttaded taw Im r. nsiir.n. room M and 51, Merchant's Kxchancr, CMlfnrnla strrvt, Rao Frandho, U authoriird to act ni 5nt fcr the Mlses. SlneU coplvt o tli Jlisr.n caa be purchonwl at th IVatoftlca. A Word to ocb Dr.LEcanu Tho man who profcasca to represent tho interests of this Terri tory at Washington Is doing almost everything except bis duty. Ho knows that tho people North of tho Gila desire, yea. softer, for mail service on tho Albuquerque route, yet. so far as wo have learned, ho has not opened his head about It. His whole tlmo seems to bo occupied In franltlDg heavy documents to his friends, and those whom ho thinks can be made friendly to bin, begging for tho 32d Parallel route, spong ing puff...

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 June 1869

Local Intelllffciicc. PltBSCOTT, Juuo 13, 18C9. Cot'STr Matthh. ShcrlirJobti L. Taylor, and his Deputy) Hannibal Byicrt, have Jtist completed two Arduous tanks, suscsslmr ana taktiifr connus, From llic Census Hoir, for tills year, wo learn thnt tlipro are lu the county, two thousand live hun dred nnd slxty-llvc Inhabitants, excluding soldiers In the military service of tlio liuifcu States, Indi ans anil negroes, which prow that," dcspllo draw, lacks of every kind) the .population of tUo coun ty has Increased considerably within the past ye.tr. The value of real nnd personal property In the county Is KIvc nt 704,OS(1.00 and It Is thought the lloiird of Equalization will nil'ii several thou- tsnds to the sum. The real property Is valued at f."7,435.00; the personal at $tKW,Vl.0O. Ho soon" a the Hoard of Kqu.Ulr.Hlon gets through with its hbors, wo will plvo the result, as well as the total amount of taxes duo the county. To Tax-Pateus. The Board of Supervisors of Tampaf cuunty,' rIvo ...

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 June 1869

After tho Dane, CH A TILLS. Tfll me, Laura, why that adne. TIl roe why tbrtlook o( car t Why bat fled that look vt nUdnM Tail thjr face km wont to wnar t LAURA. Charle. Us iwUa to dkuemble ( Well my face- may wear a frown, For I've lol my large! hairpin, , And my chlftxa' coming down I (from the Prairie l'arruer.) Anti-Miaimatici. For several eeneratlons tho neerocs In the Southern States havo been accustomed to plant sunflowers and castor beans about their cabin. for tho parpow of preventing local dUeaAcs, sup posed to be caused by the impurities in tho air. Tho educated whites saw nomine but sunerstl tlon at the bottom of the practice, and believed that a line of senfiowers about a cabin would have no more todbwlth protectlnc tbo tenants from the fercrand ague than1 the wearing of a red string about the neck as-Is dono in many parta of New England would Insure the wearer against bleeding at the nose. Aside fron an al lusion to this practice, by Lieutenant Maury, Ut ile nas ever oe...

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. — 19 June 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA INER. VOLUME VI. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1869. NUMBER 23. M THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUHSORTITION! $700 4 00 250 25 Ono Copy, One Year..... i Six Months.-. ii Three Montlw, OI,.t,. f'.lflU'K Papers will not be icnt union paid for In ad. wiec, and will xnttrhUg be discontinued at the tnd of the time paid for. vvr visit risiNG: Ouc suuare. one time. tf.OO; each additional time, lio. Each additional square, earao rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con iltmlng the same advertisement for three, six, or i.v1f mnnllm. p.nr..-.lnnl or business card Inserted upon reasonable term. Job Printing. ...1.1. lrniin. Tltc Misr.it otneo is weiisuppii.:u .......... Plain. Fancy and OrnamcuUl Type. . and the pro , fetor U determined to exerud nil work with Vhlch he may bo lavored In the neatest and beat style of the art. Work may bo ordered from any part or the Territory and, when accom...

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 June 1869

l'roncott, IvW.oww 'J'orritory. SATURDAY MOUSING JUNli 13. 18CU. Shu KtiinrUro Anncy. TltOMAH llorcK l the ustlmrliM nctot for th MtSFR In &n FranrtK-o. Ord?r lflt Mil ofttrr. No. UO (nft-oiwl Boor), Merrlmnt't Kxrhanf , Vllfornli ulrrft, brlow Jlostpmnrry, will be proraiHly attended to. t P. runr.B, roonu 31 nd 21, Mr-rtlHnt't KehnnRe, California ttrret. Ran Kruncltco, ! authorized toactui ajrrnt fur the MtXEi!. Pintle firs or the MLfm can b puirhiwj at the IYttofflc. A Wor.n to FAnvrns. Without wishing to ccm wiser than our fellow citizens of the agri cultural persuasion, wo wish to say a fow words to those men who toll in the field from morn till night, in order to support thomsclvcs and their families, pay taxes, etc. Another harvest is ap proachlng. and, with tho favor of God, it will bo a bountiful one. Soon, Government will need moro corn, fodder, etc., and contracts will have to be let for supplying tho posts with tbeso varl ous commodities, for which Government Is able ...

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. — 19 June 1869

4i 1 ) A If Local Iiitclliffci.ee. PitnscoTT, June 19, ISW. Walnl-t Grove. The formers of this largo Mtllcro'ent nre prepftrliipr to harvest their small rrnln, which, wo arc Informed, looks exceedingly well ' Mr. John Hurler, the latest arrival from tlumtllctneut, says the creek I. full of fish, from six to eight Inches long. Koad to McDowkm We have the assurance or Quartermaster Maker that work upon the pro posed road to Camp McDowell, will be com jnenced as soon aa the Infantry companies now on tlielr way to the posts In lhl .tlou arrive. We are glad of this, as the opening of this road will confer a great benefit upon the section of -country through which It will pass. Tkom KmKLAKi) VAU.r.r. Messrs. Roddick, McAtccr, Burke, Maples and other farmers, of :Klrkland Valley, were In town during, the week, and.fclt highly elated at the prospect of raising ood crops, this year. Tom Roddick Informed us ituttt three weeks aeo, preen eas were plenty In the valley, lie also said that in a s...

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 June 1869

Wichcnbuvjj. WVi r V" NEW GRASS. Alone tho sultry city street. Faint subtile breaths of fragrance meet Me, wanderltur unaware, (In April warmth, while yet the gun For Sprlnc no constant place lias won) Uy many a meant square. Whoever reads these lines has frit That breath whose long lost perfumes melt The spirit newly found While the sweet, banished families Of earth's forpottrn sympathies Rise from tho sweating ground. It Is the subfile breath of crass; And as I pause, or llnjrerlnc pass. With half-shnt eyes, behold f Bright from old baptlm of dew Fresh rteadows buret upon my view, And new becomes tho old T Old lonclnps (Pleasure kissing Fain) Old visions visit nit) nt;aln Life's quiet deeps are stirred: Ine to Is now rriwrt band, The fountain-heads of memory How Through channels dry so lone npo, With music long unheard. I think of pastures evermore Greener than any hour before, Where cattle wander slow, Iirpe-uddcrcd In the sun, or chow The'cud content In shadows new, f Or shadows...

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 June 1869

THE WEEKLY minee: VOLUME YI. THE ARIZONA MINER, yUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY 310ROT, YUKSCOTT, TAVAPA I COUNTY, AlllZONA. sunsoui irrio?: 'One Copy, One Year $7 00 " Six Month' . 4 00 " " Throe Months 2 50 "Static Copies, 25 Papers w I fl not lie sent unless paid for In ad vance, nml will inrarinhly be discontinued at the en J oftliu time paid for. . , , Jr Ono square, ono time, 85.00; each additional 'time, $1.50. Each additional square, snmo rale. A liberal discount will bo made to persons con- tlmiltig'tho ssmo advertisement fur three, six, or twelve monttu. Professional or business tartls Inserted ujon reasonable terms. Job Prifitinff. Tun Mimkii ofllco Is well supplied with Tresses, Plain, Fancr and Ornamental Type, and the pro-prlt-tnr U determined to execute nil work with which ho may bo tavored Itr tho nuttiest mid best style of the art. Work my be ordered from rtny part-bT tlio Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, It will bo promptly executed aud scat by mall, or as d...

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. — 26 June 1869

X'rorjcolt, Arivioim Toi-i-itoi-y. SATURDAY MOKNINU JTNH '.'(!, I KM. Hmn Fmnrlirn Aisrnr)-. TltOM IIiiU'K W llii antnoriird mrrtil fur the MlMtl In Kin I'mni-if". Onleri li-fUtili ore JCH.-.HVi'n.nd ftr), Merchant' t'.tehancr. California Uttti, N-low StuntRCwry, M U rui)4ly (tended in. U P. riAitm. nvni 00 and 21. Men-hunt' r.ieh.inre, rnltfcreta itrwt, fit t'rancltcu, I authiirlied loaetitt aeat for the MlM.R. 8trVf copies of th MI1CH raa l" jwrchaW at tho rnlDlmf. CArotiT Naitimj. Once, Tor a wonder, the people of Yuma onil Pirns, counties have allowed their Elver sisters Yuma and Mohnvd counties to get nbea'l ot them tn the matter of holding election, but, then, wo reckon they will not lose much. Tor it is tho general opinion nmong the Yavapais and Plma.1 that the action of tho Yuma and Mohaves will not bo sustained, and that their elections will be set aside. Wo do not care to discuss tho subject now, believing that, ere long, the new Governor will settle the que tlon. We, howe...

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 June 1869

da v,s-,i Local liilelligt'iHT. I'llRMCUTT, tllJtlO -0, lbW, Inikanh nrc again plcnly tn Ibis part of the county, mill people will ilo well to keep their eyes iHiilrJ mill their cars open. In going trn Pres ent I tn Waluiit (Jrove, recently, Allen Cullumbcr rim afoul or two of them. Near Kirk land Valley. Hittidny last, Jolm Roberts and another man, while nit hunting, aw six red scoundrels In tho thick (truth, nd In coming to Prcscott, thu other day, John and Mr. Khle, saw plenty of sign, more, In Uvt, than thoy cured to see. From this ori, thu Johnnies will hum: aronud thu settlements, steal corn, pumpkins, etc., mid live n Jolly life of It, iiiiIvm stirred up hy thu military. Had Ucnernl I levin thu men to spare, wu think It would be n wise plan to send to every exposed agricultural Mltlfini nt, llvu or six men, to "lay out o' nights" lor the thieve. Thu citizens would, wo think, gladly help theboy In bine to watch find wait for a rhuueu to ''reconstruct" lbs fed rebels. Fisv-oNAt...

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