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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 26 June 1869

toil i Wiflwntoitj. 111 i J: WHAT THE ENGINES SAID. AU our readua have read or heard of lh Irtjiog of tu last rail, tithing of the last .pike, etc- In tbo l"aoifio Hall road, but nil, we know, barn not two told " What thc engines said," when they met anil "rubbed noses." The .June nninber of Ihe Ortrhnd would havn ui brlievo lliftt ,tb pioarer "bulglnes" delivered themselves u Mtuws: - Wbt tm it the Engines Mid, Flints touching hcd to hud Faying on the single ltvrka Half ft world behind each ImcV J Tbli la what the engines said, --' Unreported and unrrud f With a prefatory acreeeh. In florid Western speech, , , fluid the Ktiflne frxm the WU5T . "I am from Slerra'a crest , And, irarcrndea n teat, I Why, I reckon, Ifa coefeel, i TBat r teiM my level beat." I Said the engine from the BAST t "Tbey who work best talk the least. 'Skw yon whittle down yonr brakf sj i bat you've de it no great sbakcsi l"rrtty fair bat let onr me etlng J- fl dll!r?il kind of greeting. ., - !et tbete folks, w...

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 July 1869

ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1869. NUMBER 25. E WEEKLY . Jff THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, l'UESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. . - r. -t- SITIlSOrtifX-ION: On.- forty, One Year $7 00 ' SIT Month" 4 00 Three Month. 2 60 Sltule CopliM 25 Papers will not Ik? sent nnloas paid fur In ai. anre, nml will inrariabty Ikj discontinued at the vnd of the tlmo paid for. ADVKK'I-'ISING: Oiu' ixinnrc one time, W.OQ; well nddltlnnal time, f l.JiO. Each additional square, same rale. A liberal discount will bo mado to persons con tinuing the Mine advertisement for three, six, or twrlvi' montlm. ProfrsMonal or business cards Inserted upon msotuMc trms. ,8ol I Tin tin pr- Tun Mtnbu hITW Is well sttppHwl with Presses, Pl.iin, Kimv and Ornnnental Type, and the pr jn.tor U iiete.nr.lned to erectile Ml woik with v.1. u h'- may he Itvered In the neatest and heat e:l- ol'the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the T rritory, and, wbmi acc...

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 July 1869

X'roHuott, .A.rls.oix Territory. SATUWUY MOHNIXC: JULY 3. 1809. Sun Frmirlsco Asceticy. TllOMA VtnxvK It tin nnthnrteed nent ftir the .MrNKtt In' .'an r'ranrlsco. OMrrs li-n nthls nflitt, Sb. :i0 floor), Merchint's i:xrhnir. California ftrttt, below llontjroenr, will be promptly I.. T. Fmrr.K. rtwmsSO'and" 21, Merchant's Kxehnne, ?"lU.mln ilwl, flan Krancln.ii, l authorised toattn agent for the Mlvr.R. Blnirle copies of tho Ml.NEK con bo pnrchafc-d at the ToUnOirt. Tun I.os Ar.gclfH Daily iTr of Juno 18th says that man' perso:i3 left Its city on the 17th bound for Arrizona. It also says , in its issue of June 2Isf: Our citir.cn3 will be pleased to learn that the Pacific Union hxprcss Company has com plctctf arrangement for carrying mail matter ereranu from fcan r rancisco to tins place and La Paz Arizona. Our citizens would bo no less pleased to Fee them do it, and would be highly pleased were they to "continue tho trip" to Wickcn burg and Prescott, wh?ch tbey had better do, immedia...

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 July 1869

m z n. Local Intelligence. I'ltnacorr, July .'J, 1S0H- FomiKttx On:m.txi Sr.wu: Link. A letter re ceived hero lnt week l.y Lieutenant A. H. Wells, from Mnjor 1). K. Cicndenhi, who U now In Cal ifornia, contains the, to us, pleasing Intelligence that Wells, Fargo Jk Co., will shortly tranter Uiuir conches, stock, etc., to tho 35 th parallel railroad route, for tlic purpose of running n line of stages between New Mexico and California. Thin is good news, nnil we sine-rely hope the tm-will be established. The letter also state that one of tiio agents was preparing to start for Prescott, to rslablisli nn olllcc here. 1 ot mn or Jtxv.- To-morrow will bo the 1KM stnivi-r-nry ol our country's Independence, and we are -rry that no public celebration Is to take place in l'rwcolL Last ymr our people cclebru tul Id1- prudence day with 11 rlgkt pood will, hut. thW year, owing to various cause, no at tempt wns mode to got up a colubrntlon until It ; wis too late, or thought to be o by many patrl...

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 July 1869

ii (r 3B' Colorado River Exploring Expedition. Mnjor J. W. Powell left Chicago on FritTay, May 7th, for Green River City, situated at the crossing of the Pacific Railway over the Orccn River. From there, accompanied by about one dozen well armed men, he intends descending tho Oreen River inboaU utitill Jm reachen ita function with the Colorado to its mouth, exploring tho banks and the surround inc country on the wav. Tho exploring of this river U the object of the expedition. If Major Powell is success Air he will havo ncomplished one of the greatest explorations ever made upon the American continent, Many attempts to explore this river have been made, but have all proved unsuccessful. Those who have attempted to ascend it liavo mot rapids and wcro compelled to stop. From the fact that the course lies for the most part through canyons, sometimes as much as a mile deep, none have attempted to descend it. They havo been prevented from following the river along the banks by tho canyons...

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 July 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YI. THE ARIZONA JLINEll. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, XT I'BESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. HtnisoRnTJONi One Copy, Onu Yoor. $7 00 .. Kix Month 4 00 k " Thrco Months 2 50 Single Copies .... 25 Papers will not be sent unless paid for In ad vance, and will intHaUy be dUcontlnucd tit the tnd of tbc time paid for. One square, one lime, $51.00; each additional time, additional square, anio rate. A liberal discount will be made to person- con tlnnlni; the same advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. Prof'-'flonnl or business wd Inserted upon reasonable term. .T o b Prinilnfr. The Miscn oOlee U well supplied with PrcMC, Vlaln, Fancy nnd Ornamental Type, and the pro trletor U determined to execute nil work with wbah be may be tivored In tho neatest and best ttyle of the art. Wf.rk rosy be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the rash, It will be promptly executed and scut by mall, or at directed. Pereons sending u...

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 July 1869

Eii2ott, -A-rizom 'JLVrrltory. SATURDAY MORNING JULY 10. 1SRH. San Kruurlsrn Afxritcy. TftMt.n llOYti: Is the nuthnritul agent fur the JUNTO In Han rmnrlsai. Orders If ft nl hli iiflice, NatiO (second flour). Merchant's Kichnnjrr, California strevt, belnw Mtjrney, will be promptly attended to. K 1'. K.IIKII, moms 0 and SI, Merchant's Kiehnnpr, California street, ran Francisco, is authorised Ui vt n?cut f r the .MlNKK. Single Optra of the JlrtEIt ran be purchased at the 1'mtorlle. About Railroad Routes. Tho Tucson Arisonan, ol June 20, follow ing in the wake of 1). B. Hoffman it Co., nnd taking comfort from tho one-sided Memphis Convention, announces its faith in tho early completion of a Southern Pacific railroad upon the 3'2d parallel route. This is perfect ly legitimate, and we cannot lilnniconr broth er of tho Desert, for whistling to keen his courage up, as well as that of his fellow suf ferers of Cactus land. Hut wo do blame him for asserting what he ought to have known I to bo...

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 July 1869

Local intelligence. I'hkkcott, July 10, 1800. ltiiowh Immigrants have not yet commenced to "pour In upon ii,'n steady-but small-stream keel's running hltliur and landing n few passen eta almost dally. Last week n man nnd hi wife arrived hero from Callforula-in u good conveyance or their own, nnd wo learn, propone anchoring here for the balance or their days. In n short time, wo aspect to receive many roorults ftom Nevada, as well as from Now Mexico, Col orado, Kansas, etc. Monev I'ixxtv. Tho Fourth of July or some otlier elevator or men's minds and purses has lu,l a hsneflcial effect upon money matters In Pre.cott, and In consequence, times are not as tight as they wore a week ngo. During the past week, we have had the pleoimro or viewing net cral twenty dollar gold pieces, many gold bars, much "dust," and oevernl healthy looking plies r greenbacks. Moat.or tho bare seen by us canio from tho mills nt Wickcnbnrg; tbo "dint" v.udug out In this vicinity. (H course, nil kn w wlicie the ...

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 July 1869

gftCUMtt gflVCttfeflttfttt, gtfacfUuncotti. li i 4 11? I Ferilom Conjuring, Robert lloudin used to say If the public know what passes through the mind of a conjuror when he sees the barrel of a pistol turned toward him in the course of n "firearm trick," ther would perhaps give him credit for im much, nervo nod courngo as the bravest soldier shows in battle An omission in some trifling point, tho breaking oil' of a small part of tho false ramrod, or tho real bullet as it is being withdrawn, may make the discharge fatal. Often, too, tho trick is a new one, and some sis calculation wy mafcn hu plan a fuilur whoro failure may mean death. A circumstance in Iloudin's life shows how daringly the conjurors whoamusa us will often play with danger,, depending on their ready fingers to secure their safety. Ho had per formed some startling firearm tricks before a party of Arabians, making use, of course, of the ordinary form of conjuring pistol,, which is so contrived that tho ramrod withdrawn...

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 July 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1SG0. NQIBER 27. VQLU31E VI. TILEARlZONAJIISElt.: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, TOF.SCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUllSCUn'TlOK: One Copy. One Yenr. h Six Month V" Throe Months ; Plnjlp Copli, , IMnrrs will tiot lw sent unless for In nil- TnncA, nml will invarhMy be clssoiUlnuod at the end or the tlmo ilil for. jr vaau'risiss'CJt One son-are. one lime. W-00; each ailillllonal l:m, 1.W. Bo1" el"arc, samo rate. liberal iltscouut will lw made to persons con tiniins the fame wlvertUemeut for three, sir, or twi'lvr months. l'rofrlonal or business card Inserted upon re isonable torms. Job J? vi utility- Tnr Mis Bit office In well supplied with I'raMOs. l'lnln. Knucv ami Ornamental Type, and the pro ,'ri'tnr I iWnnlnril lo oxwtit nil work with ililch he way bo favored In the neatest and best th oftUoorL Vrk may I ordered from any part or the Territory, and, wlieti accompanied with the each, it will be promptly ex...

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 July 1869

1 1' f s 4 V it j 1. J- JroHoott, Ai,tsmu 'Territory. SATURDAY MOUSING .JULY 17, 1SC9. Sum l'riiiirlro Acniry.TllOMlR Ilom: l the nnthorlzod nent fur tlio Misr.n In Nan Franclneo. Order left at hit offio', Nu. UO (wond floor), Metrhfltit'.t".xphnniri, California street, Mow Montgomery, will bo promptly attended to. lj.n?limt. rooms SO aud 21, Merchant' Kxehmiirc, California trcct, San Fmneco, Is authorized to act ni agent for tho Mtxr.n. Slnelo copies of tho .MINER can be purchased at the l'untotnoo. MiLiTAiir Changes. E. .7. Coot informs us that whito travaling on the stenmer, from San Francisco, to Wilmington, California, I.icut.-Coloncl and Brevct-Brigadicr-Gcncral Wheaton, 2lst IT. S. Infantry, who was a fel low passenger, informed Mr. Cook that ho was on his way here, to tako command, and that General Thomas C. Dovin, the present commanderof the entire District of Arizona, had been ordcrejif to Tucson, to assume- command there. Also, that ,Gencral Alexander, now of Fort McDowel...

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 July 1869

Local Iiifclligrcucc. TitEscoTT, July 17, 1809. I'bbbonai, etc. Wednesday last, we received n call from Captain Barrett, who had just ar rived In I're.oott from San Francisco. Tho Cap tain comes here In tho employ of tho Sterling Mining Company, "1 R out ,0 ,ni11 ,n ii day or two. Ho is an old KccsoUlverlte, and, c mwpiently. met many old acquaintances hero. Ho likes tti prt of the Territory; said Its plno m mtaiu cheered him, inighlHy.anditscooI.in u.rmitlns breezes refreshed him greatly. K. J. Cook, or this place, who has been InCnl iluinin, for some time past, purchasing goods for li.n liuiirr here, arrived home In Wednesday's arli. in good health and spirits. Ho left San J r.mi iseo on the third inst. O. N'oyes and A. Henderson, arc o.tpectod huine next week, from California. I'r.oM WicKKXiiuno.U. L. Reese, who arrived herefrom YYickcnlitirg, Wednesday evening last, Informs us that when ho left there. (.Monday evening last nt 7 p. in.,) tho Vulturo Mining ( Mipany'a mill, nt Vul...

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 July 1869

Ivcuwtt Sitvcvttemcntui 1 . Tho Boston Peace Jubilee The following is tlio hymn written for tho Boston Festival by Oliver "Wendell Holmes : Altffel of reacirthoa hat wandered too lonf, -' Hpread thy white wlngt to the ushlne of lor r Gone while oar Token are blended In hour j" t Fly to oar ark ltko the iturm beaten dove I . Ply to our ark on tho wlnn of the dore Sid o'er tho ftr-noundlng blllown of mrfr, Crow ned with thine elite loaf pirlnod of lore Angel of Peace, thua but waited too long I Hrodien we meet on thl altar of thine, Mlillnjr the (rift we hare (fathered for thee, Street irlsh the odo of myrtle and pine, llreere of the prairie and breath of the tea Meadow and mountain, and forcut ami teat Sweet I tho fret' ranee of myrtle and lno. Sweeter ihe fneeow we offer to thee, Ilrothen eece more round this altar of thine I AntjeU of Bethlehem, amwer the Itraln I , ' ' Hark, a Dew birth-mot; U filling the iky I Loud at the itomvwind that tumbles the main t ' . JIM the full breath ...

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 July 1869

ARIZONA MINER. 111117 VOLUME VI. TUB ARIZONA MINEB. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, i'KESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. sm jso rtnrrioN : One Copy, Ono Year. 7 00 Six Monthf 4 00 . . Three Month 2 50 rlnsle Copied, 23 Tpr will not lie sent nnles jadd for In ad vance, and will inttiriaUy he dbcantlnuad at the i-nil of tlm lime paid for. ajwic rrrrs i2s'S: fini- Mir. ono time, coeh additional time. ?1 Vi. Each additional square. Mine rate. lilM-ril dlseoant will he made to person sou tmulnjr; the NiM advartlteiaeut for tlirea, six, or Iff month. Piufraalosial or tmtineM card Inserted ujkju rwuonable term. .Fob Printing. Tiie Mmn ollleo U well applied with Pre, i;n. Fancy mid OriiAiitmUi Tyiw. 4 the iti i -iHor li dVterintued to RJttWWM all work wit li br tna; b tarored in the aaaual awl Wast nl of Ur art. Work may be ordered from aay pari of the T. rrltorr, and. when aeeoatnsalail with Ums cash, i: win preinpUr exaeulod and seat bjr mall, or j d!riTtd p.rmn trading tt raooT ftr ated...

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 July 1869

wmmmmm i . ' a IT I 4 Army News. rrowoott, .Arijsonu 'X'rrllory. SATURDAY MOIIXINO. .JULY 21. 1SC9. Sun t'mnrlir Acenrj. Tit'iMA Horn: Uth ati'snrlnd aeni ftr the MINER In San I'miffon. Order b-ft hh ntSee, Ho. 30 (tfomil floor). Merrhnnft KxcIkuw, CaflBirnU itml, brlow Montgomery, will Iw promptly (Tended to. I. T. Fctir.R. TO nod 31, Mf Exekatse, Cii1ir.mlR ilml, Kan Vraocitco, U autboriied to act at agent for ttie Mixr.n. Rncte etiptrt of the Jlt.xrn no be parcbi-nl at the FoalofSee. Bain, Crops, Etc Never, since the first ret tlcracnt of this xrtion of Arizona, did Spring ojn brighter, or wore promising fcr the fanners and their interest, than the one just asecd, and wo re gret to have to atate, that never, since the time alluded to aboTc, b,H a Summer urown as old as hat the present without giving us more rafn. Wo need, then, scarcely inform our readers that the splendid start and ad T.inceracnt made by the crops under tho in fluence of a favorablo Spring, have, in many cases a...

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 July 1869

Local Iiitclliffciice. rncscoTT, July 21, 18C9. Fiieiiiit Thus Sout.-Thursday last, A. J. Cbenotv.h sold hh freight train of Ave tcn-mulo ,ro. ti Tho' I'arks, for tho stun of $8,000. Mr rbcnowth had bccomo tired of "following .ve'roa-1" for a livelihood, and therefore eold Ms lrVn f jf n very low price. Ho proposes, bonce f rth to devote Ms attention to farming and stock r, wig. on a splendid ranch owned by him on sh Creek. Mr. Tartu, although a stranger In iyo Territory, Ii an old acquaintance of Mr. Che rvlli's, and is vouched for by the latter as an honest. enterprMnB man. We wish both gentle jnen success In their respectlvo avocations. Park' train, or five ten mule toams, started far I.a Var., Thursday evening lint It took down hinber and f hinglos for Tom. Roddick, of Kirk land Val!-y. who. we aro informed, is going to bu.ld a fine house, largo enough to hold u part n i. Well, well, Thomas, wo bnro thought, for totao time pa-t, that something wan -ailing' you. Ilizinii's freigh...

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 July 1869

Mammoths and Megatheriums. I reefdc- at Table Mountain and my name Is Truthful James; I nm not up to small deceit or any sinful grimes; And I'll tell In simple language what I know about the row, That broke up our Society upon the Stanislaus. But first I would remark that It's not a proper plan, For any scientific gent to-whalo his fellow man, And If a member don't agree with his peculiar whim, To lay for that same member for to "put a head" on him. Now nothing could be finer or more beautiful to sec, Than the first six months' proceedings of that .HUiUmiiSoVlety, ' , Till Drown, of Calaveras, brought a lot of fossil : r. bones, That ho found within the tunnel near tho tene ment of Jones. TJrcn Brown he read a paper, and ho reconstruct ed there, From lhee samo bones nn animal that was ex- And Jones then asked the Chair top a. suspension of the rules, Till ho could prove that thoso sarao bones were , one of his lost tunics. Then Brown he smiled a bitter smile, and said bis greatest f...

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. — 31 July 1869

P ARIZONA MINER. THE WEEKLY VOLUME VI. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, l'KESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AUIZONA. One Copy, Ono Vcnr. SI gg Six Month" Three Months, 2 Single Copies, , Taper will not bo sent unless paid for lu ad- vanee. and will iitMrfaMy bo discontinued at tlio ml of the time paid for. Otic ixinnre, one time, ?.00; each additional time, ?t.f0. Each additional sinrc, aamo rate A literal aicotint will bo made to persons con tinning the 'ame advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. ProfiwtonM ur business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. f Job ixiiiti iijt. The Mi.vnn ouico Is well supplied with Tresses, l'l vin. Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor Is determined to execute nil work with which ho may bo lavorod in thoneatcst and best stvli of the art. Work may be ordered from nny part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash. It will bo promptly executed and scat by mall, or a directed. IVrsons sending ns money for subsc...

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. — 31 July 1869

NT Trewoott, .ArlssottH Territory. 8ATUKDAY MOUSING, JULY 31, IMS. Hnn Frmirlitn AKencj THOMAS IIOTCT. Ij the anthorlrcd ajcnt fur the JIWKB In Sun rrenetwo. Onlcrt left l h!i office, No. JO (lecond floor), Merrhaot't nsehangn, California atreet, below Montgunury, win be promptly attended to. I I'. ruimu. roornitOard 21, Iferchnot't Hxehange. California street, San Krandico, 1 ouUioriied to act at gent ft the Mi.nkb. Wnirte copii-t of Uhs illNEK eon he purehaawl at tho rottomce. Hail Route to be Discontinued. Postmaster Harnartl, of this place, informs us that after tlio 31st day of August next, mail route 17,'21t, from Pima Villages, via Wickenburg to I'rcscott, is to bo discontin ued. Wo wonder what the P. 0. Depart ment and its advisers mean by this? How in it that "our able, efficient and energetic" Delegate in Congress, Richard C. McCormick, should have allowed such a blunder to be made? It was a blunder in the first place, to let the contract to Prescolt, because, at "Wickenbu...

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. — 31 July 1869

IJic S2V Local IntclliBciicc. 1'nnscoTT, July 31, 16C9. tfru Pixefc-A J. Shank Informal us that rlnc'o" command, killed, on their him at tbo t mo 01 i calico, it Hew noru utuiDu, .--. ... i M- Thnt ....rhutcbcr knives, nnu with mfttlc, sonic f.1..ltt marl i ft raid rs well as a S. bororc being raised oat of his moccasins bv the soldlor. v EroRT has been in circulation, dnrtnjr the week! to iho -IT-cl that Uontenanl McCleave I, command, while coutlnK nr bc Wbllo a large when b fight i'icacbo, nwr WlekcnW. fell In with atlaoked thorn, whet which 1tl .evoml days onsuod. Wo bye a.kcd Lieutenant Wolls. Adjutant at 1-ort ttbtp le about this matter, and were Informed thai Lckne nothing offlolalljr, regarding It, and did not bellovo it was so. Ixdiws attacked the train of Orcola, on the evening or the Slit Inst, between Wlckonburg uud the Vulture Mine, and took nine mules from the train. The work goes bravely ou. Cou Woouev'h report, which w.; publish on nt.t0 of to-day' paper, will give pe...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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