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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 May 1875

- -t O PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1S75. Established ISM. 01. All. ao. . -r rr s IT 1 lfTVTTI PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, 11Y T J" . B TJ T L E E. TJi firat number of the WEEKLY MIXES win limed on . . .r J t .!.! It. trlfli ti-nr. It ran. rii m m m me uuen. urcnt ami uni ircni- nun in tlie Territory. Subscription Hates: Ina UODT. "" - ' X v c7 rvi rtx Jionui-.. ....... .--- " Three Month 2.50 Advertising Rates. One inch fl2 HneiortliU ty-). in column. 83.00 for firat .t 1 At J .... tAl. f... ..ir.li uilditff.n'il InAprtlua. cirr.iuii auu i rj mvu - ........... A literal discount from nlKive rate will be made to per unnwho advertUe largely by the year, half year or rrofeniional and bulnef canli Inierted upon reaona. Tenoni tcndinc hi money for iiibscription, odvertUinr . . .. . r..Mlml It liv T.uit ii r ollierwUe. at heir own riik. Ml) WIH. r.i r.,1rr XoUi taken at var in vavnunt for sub- - . . cription, adeertuing and job ttmrk. tT TEUMS. In advance tnrarially. -AddreM all...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 May 1875

I PPT" ex. lit. fJL. .T. Sutler, Kditor. FRIDAY, MAY 7tli3 1S75. XZST All accounts for adcertising and sub icrijttion vhich became due on or before the first day of February, and all bills for legal adcer tiiemcnU vhicli appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the preterit proprietor. CAN'T STAND THE LIGHT. George Q. Cannon, the many-wifed Dele gate in Congress from Utah, editor of th Dcscret News, one of the Twelve -Apostle and reputed choice of the Mormon Church for the Presidency to succeed Urigham loung, indicated the policy of that benight 1 1 1 eu pcopie mciy uy prenciiinr a sermon against public schools, free education and in fact, education in an shape except it be by the sanction of the Church. If Elder Cannon bad owned up and told his people plainly that they must be kept in ignorance in order to render them subservient 4 to the will of the priesthood, it would have been no ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 May 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. P.crerend Mr. 'Wright will preach In the Court-room every Sunday at 11 x. il. until further notice, bunday school immediately after service Remains of A. C. Swain brougHt to Pkes cott fok Bckial. P. McAtccr, of Kirkland val ley, brought In on Tuesday evening the rctniins of A. C. Swain, who was murdered by Indians on tbelltb of March, 1873. Wc copy the following from the Miner of the 15ih and 22d of March of that year: WiCKENBuno, March 12,1873. - Yesterday A. U. Swain and another man were murdered by Indi ans, at n point twelve miles below hereon the road to i'hocnix. Tuesday, Swain left home for the purpose of taking water and provisions to some men in bis employ at or near Nijrfrcr Wells. On bis return, as Is shown by apparent indica tions, he was overtaken by 300 or 400 Indians, who were irolnj; from Eafit to West, and are supposed to be bound for Date Creek reservation, and there killed in company with tbe other man. On the 22d the Mi.se it pu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 May 1875

into the Gila near the Pima Villages. The San Pedro rirer rises in Sonora, and empties into the Gila. Tim Santa Cruz river rises near the Mexican boundary and runs in north-westerly direction toward the Gila, but its waters are consumed m irrigation There are many small streams, all contribut ing finally to the Colorado, and Mowing into the Tacitic waters The mountains are the most prominent nat ural features of Arizona. In the northern Dart of the Territory the San Francisco mountain riees to an altitude of 12,000 feet above the level of the sea. Its snowv sum mit is visible for a radius of one hundred miles. In the southern part of the Territory the Santa Rita mountains are most conspicu ous, beiuir about 7,000 feet hiirh. The whole country is composed of vast plains, crossed from north to south with broken ranges of mountains. The plains are covered with nu tncious grasses, ana tuc mountains are sup posed to contain minerals. The Spaniards found near the boundary line the largest...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 May 1875

Miner. Yol. XIL No. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY E VEXING, MAY U, 1S75. Established 1S61. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY Fill DAY, T - J ....BT BUTLEE Tlio firstunmberof the WF.EKLT MINER was issued on March J PCI. an"! i -M- iu twelfth year. It can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, largest and best news paper la the Territory. Subscription Rates: S7.00 Om Copy, Oae Year " Six Montln " Three Mouths. ........ Single Copies 4.00 2.50 .... 25 Advertising Rates. One inch ("12 linPi iif th u tvpi). in culnmn. S3.00 Tor first Insertion and $1 jO per inch 'for each additional lner!ion. A JilKsral discount from nlmve r.ite will be made to per nn ,rh A ertise larrely by the year, half year or PruTntMunl and businef cards Inserted upon reasooa ble term. . . Peron tending us money fo. subscription, advertise nr 'lU,rt. .nay forward !t by xnU, or otlierwi.e. at their own riV. 7il Mr A'ofes taken at pnr in payment for sub tcriptinn. adctrtiiing and job icnrt. T.KtlMS. fit atlra.net inrariaht...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 May 1875

'JL J. Butler, Editor. FRIDAY, MAY lith, 187,5. JjJ3-T All accounts for advertising and svb BCription tthich became due on or beore the first ' day of February, and all bills for legal other tisemenU which appeared in the Miner prior to that date are miable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that dale are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. QUICKSILVER. That quicksilver in some form exists some where in Central Arizona is the settled con viction of all who .have given the matter an intelligent investigation. The mercurial paints found in the oldo-uins along the Vcrdci of which we have had frequent occasion to speak, afford sufficient evidence of the fact if we should look for no further proof. But we have been shown samples of Cinnabarine sand collected in the placers of lower Agua Fria, in which we can hardly be mistaken, besides parties have from time to time exhib ited pieces of cinnabar of excellent quality bo closely resembling., that of the Almaden' i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 May 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Rrod Mr. Wrirht will tSraeii in the Court -room . Urt.tt at 11 nntfl further nrrflr. HlindAV Nature's Chh-duex. Some balf-dozcn Tonto Apache sconts, from San Carlos, recently brought here by Order of General Knutx, to be ready in case of trouble with the Hualpals, visited our office on Wednesday and evinced a great amount of native cariosity to eeo and understand the working ol the presses, examined the types, watched the operation of composition, put their fingers In the ink and finally wound up by re questing each man about the establishment, from proprietor to devil, to give them their clothes, trblcb, though the weather is warm and pleasant, we felt obliged to decline, Our best pants were o recently presented to us that wc couldn't think of parting with tbem, though one brawny savage had b!s bands on them and insisted, as well as yte could understand him, that we could spare them, else why were thcr hanging Jdle against tne wan jusicna 01 oemg ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 May 1875

K SORROWFUL work. j s bt centos sidkuat. I,wa out In the woods this inornin', Afore you was up, I know ; And I killed a couple of pa'trldge And a dozen sqnir'ls or so ; "When, comln' round tbo corner, T liar by old Thrasher's Creek, 'I&iomvtbW down In the ungues; ' A'runniu' !t1ikc a streak. I was alters prond of raj-shot, PilT, Ilavc won raanv a beef, you know; And 'fore I thought, 1 jent jerked up, And pulled down on that doe. , Yob'better b'llcre 1 fotcli'd It, As jrood as a mortal could ; For it jest drapped down on the grass, there, In a little red heap of blood. ,1 wait up by its side in a minute; But It seemed that I somehow shook When them puny brown eyes come open With a pittlul sort o' look. I krfow;Tin rough and ogly, And tbev say I'm surprisin' bad, .But if 1 badu't teccbed "I'd a been uucommoi thai riflo Forihar was a hole in the shoulder Where you might a' stuck your list, vAntl the big bright eyes was kivered "Vltfi something that looked like mist. lint still they...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 21 May 1875

Jtlitter. Vol. XII. No. 20. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. rUBLISIIED EVERY FRIDAY, r T. J. B TJ T L E E The first number of the WEKKLT Mint.u was Usuedon March 9, 1PM. wd in Oils, iu twelfth year, it can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, larMt and best news paper in the Territory. Subscription Ratc3t One Copy, One Year " ' Six Month " Three Months. Single Clie S7.00 . 4.00 . 2.50 . 25 Advertising Rates. One inch f!2 lines of this type), in column. 1.00 fnr Srt insertion and 81 50 jer inch for each additional insertion A istu.nl Jlmiunt fmm above rates will b made to per rons who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasons Kl trrms. Persons tending; ns nioneT fm snhscription, advertising cr Job work, may forward it b xail, or otherwise, nt their own risk. Ugal Tetuler Kota taken at par in paymtnt for sub tcriplion, adrertiting awl job icorfc. gr TKUMH In advance i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 21 May 1875

r: If- f , f i I I I 'X. J. Sutler. Editor. FRIDAY, MAY 21th, IS7.5. ZST -All account for advertising and sub scription which became due on or before tie first day of February, and all bills for legal adcer titements ttkich apjxared in (lit Miner prior to thai dale are payable to John II. Marion. All j accounts accruing since that dale are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. URADSllAW DISTRICT. S. A. Sbutt, a practical expert, from the mines of Nevada and California, Dr. Hous ton of Kansas and .Mr. P. Richardson, the millwright, and miner, made a trip to Brad ARIZONA ZOOMING UP. it grauiies us exceedingly to see ac cumulating every day evidences that Arizona is suortly to receive the meed of attention to which the mineral and other claims of that territory entitle her. Gen. Colton correctly characterized that section, in his conversation with our reporter, as "an empire in itself." e gave some weeks ago a conversation ha -J by an Express reporter with Gen. Crook. in whi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 21 May 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Reverend Mr. Wright will preach in the Court-rotm very Sunday at 11 a. M. until further DOliet. Sunday school immediately alter service. ROAD TO BRADSHAW VIA SENATOR AND CROOK MIXES, IIJLSSAY AUl'A, ETC. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. Last winter a number of enterprising citizens, residents of this section, perceiving the necessity of opening communication with tbe mines on beads of tbc streams east and sooth of Prcscott, started a subscription to sec what amount could be raised towards getting a road over tbc princi pal obstacle at tbc start, wbicb was tbe higb mountain over wbicb tbc old Bradsbaw trail crosses about ten miles from Prcscott. Tbc subscribers appointed Messrs. Davis, White, Fredericks and Bigelow a committee to look out tbe line of tbc road, and tbe; reported a feasablc route and a probable expense of $2500. On reception of that report, Messr6. Marks, Luke, Buflum, Bigelow and Mueller were elected a committee to take charge of tbc busine...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 21 May 1875

TWO PICTURES. DErOItE JIAKl'.IAGE. My Maggie, my beautiful darling, Creep into my anu, my ewcet, Let mc iold you again to my bosom, So cloe I can bear your heart beat. Wbat! these little fingers been ecwing; One's been pricked with tbe needle, I see. These Lands tball be kept from eucli labor Wben once they are gWen to mc. All mine, little pet, I will shield you From trouble and labor and care ; I will robe you like eoine fairy princess, And Jewels shall gleam iu your hair. Those slippers you ave me are perfect, That dressing gown fits to a T My darling. 1 wonder that heaven Should give such a treasure to mc. Eicbt nine ten eleven ! my precious, Time flies so when I am vlth you, It seems but a moment I've been here, And now, must 1 6ay it? Adieu 1 AFTEB MAUUIAOE. Oh, Meg! you are heavy I'm tired ; Go sit in the rocker, 1 pray; Your weight seems a hundred and ninety, When you plump down in that sort of way. You had better be mending my coat sleeve ; I've spoken about it before. And I...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 28 May 1875

Jtttaa 'ff II3A Vol. XII. No. 21. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, Fill DAY EVENING, MAY 2S, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, .nr.... BUTLE -R. ' The first number of the WEEKLY MlXKU wa Uued on .lsrch 9, 16G4. and in thl. JU twelfth year, it can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, larg-fit and best new pitsr in the Territory Subscription Rates: Jn Copy, One Year . -..S7.00 Six Month 4.00 " Three Months 2.50 (Single CcpicJ 25 Advertising Rates. One inch (12 Unci of thi type), in column. S3.00 for first uwrtlon and S LIO per inch "for each additional inertion. A liberal illsc '.at from alrtve rates wilt bo made to per son who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Profeuional and busineM cards Inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending ns rntmry for suWription, advertising or job work, may forward it by mail, or otherwise, at Uieir own risk. Ujal Tender Xotet laien at par in payment for tub xtription, adcertiting and job work. JTkkms In advance...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 28 May 1875

T. J. Sutler. Editor. FRIDAY, MAY 38(11, 1875. t. Special to the Miner bj U. 8. Military and W. U. LIreiJ ' accounts for advertising and svb- tcription vhich became due on or before the first day of February, and all bills for legal adver tisements tchich appeared in the Miner prior to that date an payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. A TRIP INTO THB COUNTRY. Id thti article we propose merely to give an outline of the country over which we, in company with Frank Murray, in one of Brooke k Lynn's best buggies drawn by those fa Torite roadstera " the grays " traveled on Sunday last between Prcscott and Big-Bug, as wc shall have something more deGnite to say of each of the more prominent points on the route in separate items. Leaving Prescott about nine a. m., on Sat urday, our route lay in an easterly direction over an undulating country covered with a carpet of green grass figured here and there Iected ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 28 May 1875

Local Intelligence Church Notice T?ovrnt fr Wriirlit will nreach in the Court-room Ttry Sanday at 11 a. it. until further notice. Sunday school Immediately after eenrice. Silver Belt Mine. We visited the Silver Belt, on Saturday, expecting to witness tbeir first experimental smelting the rich ore of that mine bnt, owing to a fall arc in the coal supply, were doomed to disappointment, and owing to a stoppage of work In tbe mine pending tbc crec tlon of tbe furnace and preparations for smelt ing, tbe shaft bad filled with water over two seU of timbers, which caused another disappointment in not being able to explore tbe mine in Its sub terranean depths, where we were assured it bad vastly increased in size over the surface strata by tbe consolidation of several scams or feeders. Being confined then to an examination of the dump, which wc found assorted into three class cs, we set ourselves to work with tbc air of an Asbburner, a Jan In or a Kustel, to estimate the value of the deposit...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 28 May 1875

' LEGAL. BY TJELEGrDEt SPECIAL NOTICES. LEGAL. AY CHAOS. sr walt. it. rid nca. Ages to cotn I bcc tLe world, JVnd lo! it !s full of evil Full of women and mcu ; TLe only prayer ol the good is for dcatb, And the only feat of the urate, to die. There I no God auy more among all the people ; Science has murdered bod, And now, in her turn Is dying With that ehe fed on man and the world. The world Is fall of man, full to xottin'r. Fall as a channeled carcass crawling with creep- In:: things. And Science 6lts i' the heap, and grins like a ebastly iieud. Glhbcrlug empty words when one enquirctu the end. The cattle are slain and slain Clean a war from the earth, For the need of a hungry world, And all that crccpeth and movctb Is'gathcrcd in by loan blue hands That clutch as the drowning at all things. The rivers arc thick and foul, For the thirst is more than the water. The soil is a noisome sight, Barren with overtask, Scraped and raked and mucked To the smallest sand ; And thieves nncarth...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 June 1875

a Jtl HUT Vol. XII. No. 22. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr.... . J". BUT LE2,. Th firt number of the WKEKLY MlXP.K was Issued on .arch 9. 1P. I" " twelfth year, tt can, with tnith. claim V be the oldest, largest aud best news paper ia tbe Territory. Subscription Hates: in. Conr. One Year S7.00 SIk Months -. " Three Monthi iinirle Copies.. 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. nnr Inch ri2 lines of tfc'it tr v). in column . 83.00 for first uiiertlon And SI 50 per nth for each additional inwrtion. A literal discount from alKKe rate will be made to per son who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards lnsertea upon reasona ble trrins. Persoas tending tin money foi inscription, advertising or lob work, may forward It by aall, or otherwise, at ibeir own rllk. Lgl Tender XoUt taken at par fn payment Jor tuo- fty TRIMS. In advance intariMy. Address all orden and letter to "THE MINER.'1 Wescott, Arizona. BUSINESS CARDS. J. P. IIARGRA.V...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 June 1875

s (7. m mt V r'i 'IT-IT 'WW I 3SO t T. .r. UutU-r, Editor. FRIDAY, JIWE ith, 1875. jt5T acaainls for advertising and tvb Bcription vhicJi became due on or before the firtt day of February, and all bill for legal adcer liitzients trhiek appeared in the Miner prior to that dale are patable to John II. Marion. All account accruing tince thai date are payable to T. J. Butier, the preterit proprietor. ANOTHER PIONEER GONE. I)ied. At San Bernardino, Cal., on Snttirday, 21 ultimo, Jameu Gkast, In the fifty-fifth year of bl ace, Mr. Grant came to California at an early ilay, and engaged in mercantile pursuits at Marysville, in tbat State. Came to Arizona about the year 1862; was one of the first white men to cross the great Colorado desert from San Bernardino to LaPaz, Arizona. In 1863 or 'G4 lie established an express between what is now Prescott, and San Ber nardino, carrying it himself. He wan afterwards engaged in merchandizing in Precolt, and built up a thrifty business ; at tfee seme ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 June 1875

1 Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Reverend Mr. Wtfpnt will preach la the Onrt-room very Sunday at 11 a. M. until further colic. Sunday :ooul immediately after fenrice. EXPRESS CO. IN l'BOSPBCT. Mr. C II. Wells. of the proposed Arizona and Net Mciico Ex press Co., spent several days In Prcacott since our last issue, and left on Tuesday evening for San 3ernardiuo in company with Dr. J. II. Pier ion of the C. & A. Singe Co., where a conference Vrlll be had between Mr. w. and the oQkera of the Stage Company with reference to carrying the Express. 2o definite 2rrilnjreracilt has yet been effected, but Mr. Wella authorized uh to state that he was pleased with the business pro, pects of Arizona, and if he could procure favora ble terms for transportation of their Express, It Is his present purpoMe to put on a line this Fall, and If the ground is not already occupied br others before they get established, they will add banking accommodations and do a regular Ex change as well as Expr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 June 1875

, A PARODY. Tell me, ye winged winds, - - That rooad ruy pathway roar, ' -Do yon not know some spot Where women fret no more ? '- Snmp loneand'nleagarH dell. Some "boiler" In tbe ground, . Where babies never yell, 'And cradles arc not found? Tbe loud wind blew the snow into my face, And tnlckered as it answered, "arry place." 3 f ' )Tell'nje, tbon misty deep. Whose billows round me play, -Know'st tbon some favored spot, Some island far away, Wbere the weary man can find A place to etnoke in peace Wbere crinoline U not, . : And Loops are out of place? 'Tits imtri winds, xonndinra Demetaal shout. Stopped.for a while and spluttered, "Yohk :ct ant!" feiKMvAnd thon. scrcnest moon, That with such boly lace (Dost look upe-n tbe girls Wbo witb their beaux embrace, Tell me, In all thy round, . H Bast tbou not seen some spot Wbere muslin is not found, .-. ..And calico Is npt? Behind a cloud tbe moon withdrew in woe, And a vo'.ce sweet but sad responded, "fob !" Tell me, my 6ccret soul 3L. Oh ...

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