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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 11 June 1875

jtt r Vol. XII. Xo. 23. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENESG, JUNE 11, 1S75. Established ISG'47 THE ARIZONA MINER. FUBLISUKD EVERY FKIDAY, ....BT T. J. BUTLER. Tlie first number of the WEEKLY MrXEU was If pardon ,Hrch 9. If-Ci. inil Sn this, itc twelfth year. It can, iStU truth, claim to h; the oldest, largest and belt news paper la ihe Territory. Subscription Rates: Jne Copy. One Year " Six Month - " Three Month t'lEgleCupIr -S7.nn .. 4.00 .. 2.50 2a Advertising Ratcn. One inch f 12 lines of thin type). in column, $3.00 fur f.rt insertion and 81 50 p r inch for each additional ioertlon, A liberal difomnt from ubore ratei will be made to tier snnnwho advertise largely by the year, biilf year or quarter. Professional and bnsiness cards Inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons evading ns rmny fnt tuhx-ription, ndrertislnc tr job work, may forward It by xai!, or otherwie, nt their own rik. ,7oI Tender AV talcrn at par in payment for xub tcriplion, adctrliting and job iwir.V. I7y TwiMS In ...

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. — 11 June 1875

' J. Uutler. Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE llth, 1875. All accounts for advertizing and tub' srriptUm tchich became due on or before the first diy if February, and all bills for legal adcer tinments ichich apjxarcd in the Miner prior to ikai date are payable to John II. Marion. All iccctr.ts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. JUDGE DUNNES LECTURE. AGAINST THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Some one lias sent us a copy of Judge E. F. Dunne's lecture, delivered in the As noinbly Chamber at Tucson, Feb. 20th, a hasty perusal of which has given us more pain than anything that has ever occurred in our journalistic experience in Arizona. An intimate personal and political friend ship of many yeara duration has ripened a sentiment of deep seated regard in us for the author of this most remarkable production, that even, the wide gulf which it creates be tween us on the subject of popular" educa tion shall not materially distorb. Judge Dunne, as a . profound student in mut...

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. — 11 June 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Jtererend Mr. Wright will preach In the Court-room ittj Sunday at 11 a. It. until further notice. Sunday feool Immediately after service. A Strakoe Pkoceediso. II. L. CLenoweth, partner of Frank Monlck In packing and team ing to Saudy, left bcre a little aver two weeks so with a liorie and two mules, Baying be was joiuc to join bis train in Peoples Valley. Mo nlck waited, two or three days for him and tben moved on with the train to Sandy, expecting to find him there, but no word bad reached t litre concerning him. Monlck and Chcnoweth's brother tben started to hunt for him and spent icTeral days in fruitless search and, finally, a re ward was offered and others went out but could get no trace of biro after passing the coal-pits, sear town. Cbenoweth went back to Sandy con Tinced that bis brother had been murdered, as It was .known that he had considerable mouey. Monlck stayed and continued the search until Monday evening, when Jerry Hayward came i...

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. — 11 June 1875

m SSI sss sssss ej ir aBMBM,ral1 iiiiwi im'i. 1 sssESMStiwWSSMislisssiississiwstisssiSMfssSSisssBMSSissttSSSBBWSSSSSSMS? - t " I " ' " tt vi a t DOM IX 0. COLOKXDO, A. D. 5G5. Four at a table at tbem down At tbe quiet ina of a doting town, Tbirety, weary, and travel-stained Glasses were tilled and quickly drained. There were pay callant, youm: and strong, Who eeaioned the drick with roist'rinj;; . The fonrtb, a man of sorrowed air. His swart face furrowed with line of care. Tbc host, to drive tbe tine away, Bronpbt dominoes, and bade tbem play A trivial game for tbe bearded man Who bad diced with death 6tnce life began. i Met by chance, they were strangers all. But liquor looted their tonpues from thrall, Save be who Ecenied no lonper joong, And neither jested, played, nor 6ung. One tall, slender, and twenty-two. With an eye to dars, a hand to do, Yet with lewd, vile tonpue, and rakish air Vaunted of conquest 'uiongt damsels lair. He spoke of one, ruined, betrayed, undone, In a dist...

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. — 18 June 1875

Miner Established 1S647 Vol. XII. So. 24. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE IS, 1S75. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY.. J; BTJTLE B. TW flrctauraUer of the WEEKLY MlNT.E was If surd on Jareh 9. IP&I. u twelfth 3'ar. il . n-jta truth, olulm to be the oldest, Urgeat and belt news pajoria the Territory. Subscription Rates: )nm Copy, One Yrar . ........ Six Mtln " Three Mouth. ringle Copies S7.00 1 4.00 t -. 2.50 1 25 1 Advertising Hates. On- inch ("12 liwsof IhU type), in column, S3.00 for first :ntertion und Sl.rJ p-r inch fur oacli additional inertion. A liberal discount from above rates will ba made to per sons who advertise largely by the year, half year or; ounrter. I Professional and business cards inserted upon reasvna- tl terms. 1'flrsons sending nr mmry inx sutMoription. adrerttiiinjr or ob work, may forward It l a-.all, or othcrjvIsB. at '.heir own risk. Legal Tender Xotrt taken at par in payment for tub Ycn'jifi'mi. adrertitingandjob cark. Jty Tekms. ...

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. — 18 June 1875

11 t X . MMM iiiMssssssssssssssssssssssasssssissssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiissssisiiiiii" . met O?. J. Butler. Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE I8th, 1875. fiZg" All accounts for advertising and sub scription vhich became due on or before the finl day or February, and all bills for legal adcer tisements vhich appeared in the Miner prior to thai date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. GODLESS SCHOOLS. One of the chief objections Judge Dunne urges against the public schools is that they re godIess,tby which he is presumed to mean that they are not proselyting nurseries or auxilleries to the building up of any partic ular chfcicb. - May wc not as well claim that Judge Donne's court in Tucson is a godless court becaustfthc JuUge does not open it with prayer ? It is not reported that the attor neys sing hymns or chant psalms as a part of the dailyVxircises, nor does U. S. District Attorney McCaffry pronounce a benediction w...

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. — 18 June 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Bertreod Mr. Wright will rreack In the CourSaod itrf Sunday at 11 A.M. until further notice, jbool Immediately after sen-ice. Cisnabar. Everybody about town will rce ollect tbat three or Wur weeks ago there was a little tlr on account of some cinnabar ore that was brought In by some prospectors. Numer ous tents fcere made and qulcksilter found In all the rock. Mr. John 3Ialcorub and Joe Stone ar rived In town Tuesday, having been out to make locations. They brought In about twenty pounds of ore, which can be 6ecn in the cabinet atTbornc & Hutchison's saloon, and In the hands of Capt. J. P. Hargrove, also with II. A. Blgelow at the Nifty Saloon. The lode is sltuatls on tee Verde river, wuldl It crossed several miles below Squaw Peak, and slionrs (or a Ions: distance on both sides of the stream. Malcomb und Stone report that there are larpc holes alonj; the vein excavated, evidently by Indians who -used the ere fur paint. The ore It identical in ...

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. — 18 June 1875

0 o o n j Vr' :tJA !tri n I 5r 27L3 TRAMP. nr lon noDixc. MnOn a mom id dreary winter Came a worn and weary printer With bis bundle on n splinter 3COC 4. '.. O'er bis back ; Travelled taiued be was, and needy. And bio appetite was greedy . For a "snack." For tbc printing oflicc fettering Till within tbc door appearing, , Where be bowed, as one revering. When be spoke, Saving in a voice as solemn As a gratis Ilucuu column, "1 am broke." In your city I'm a 6traugcr, , Dusty, seedy as n Granger For I slumbered in a manger arjus. Of a barn desire some small donation And tome easy transportation ForinycoiiN. .i?ot!.I tried to work my passage, t Moving frciglit and rough exprcssagc , Living ou bologna sausage Dry and poor liut they found I was a printer Auditbey hustled me instanler T " To the shore. BHATheh I sadly recollected Day when printers were respected For their skill. Now I'm jected rore and aft. HP J. "Jnst because some have by drinking set the steamboat men to sinking all the c...

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. — 25 June 1875

Jtl njonn itm Vol. XII. No. 25. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1S75. Established 1SG4. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVEIIY FRIDAY, ....nr.... T. J . IB XT T L E IR. . The firit number of the WEEKLT Mixer was Issued on lurch 9, 1P6I, aoH In tUU. lu twelfth year, it can, wltk truth, claim to be the olJeit, largest and bett netvi paper la the Territorr. Subscription Rates: Jne Copy, One Year - " Six Mnithi Three Monthn single Cur4ei - S7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. Onrlnch 02 linMof thij typr). In column, $3.00 for firt insertion nnd SI 50 per inch for each additional inxertion. A liberal dUcount from nborc xate will be made to per ton rh advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Profeiutlonal and bualneir cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending us money fot subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward" it by sr.ail, or otherwise, at their own rislc. Is gal Ttmltr Xotet taken at jmr in payment for tub tcription, ailetrtiiinp andjnh te...

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. — 25 June 1875

X. .T. Uutler. Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE 25th, 1875, JfyZfT All accounts for adtcrliztoj and sub scription vhich became due on or before the Jint day of February and all bills for legal adcer titrments vhich appeartd in the Miner prior to that dale ere payable to John . Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Buffer the present proprietor. CAN GET NO BENEFIT. It seems strange that a gentleman of Judge Dunne' acknowledged attainments should seriously stand up before an audience and tell them that " unless the Church has the handling of the funds, Catholics can get no 'benefit at all from the common school sys tem." This is saying, in effect, that Catho lics arc a peculiarly ptivileged people, sur rounded by an atmosphere of sanctity that renders their offspring superior to that of the -common herd whose children would pollute those o.f God's chosen ones by contract in the school -room. If we have a class among us too good to allow their children to asso ciate wi...

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. — 25 June 1875

BSCS Local Intelligence. Wool Yield. We have waited several weeks on a promise from Jobn Murion to furnish some statistic as to the yield of wool In this couutyi but since be has laid down the pen and become a sheep herder It is difficult to induce him to take It up, even temporarily, and we have, to strike somewhat at random. Mr. Carpenter sheared 1,000 6Lccp and obtained nearly 5,000 pounds of wool, or within a fraction ol the pou.ids to the sheep. Marion ucarcd omc 1,800. which were bought of the same parties mid yielded about the same as Carpenter'. He has bought some tix or seven hundred bince and now litis a fllock of over 2.000, besides several hundred Iambs. Jim Oueal sheared late last Fall and early this Spring, con scquently his clip was light compared with what It ought have been, but as he had not received re turns from it he could not j;ive us the Uures Campbell fc Baker alto sheared early and the yield was not heavj-, though we nru informed that their wool Is almost as...

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. — 25 June 1875

r.l trrm DON'T FORGET THE BOYS. i'. t- , : " The girls are well enough, my love. With all their cosxIuk way ; A heir cyea eo bright wilbsunuy ligbt Make golcku all our day. - . Bat wuiJe you tlius recount tbr.lr Lopes, Tbelr sorrows or their joyu, That help to fill our cup of life, Fray don't iorget the boya ! They may be sometimes in the way, And aometlmea rough and rude, iff t Asd In tbe most provoklDg btyle Their argument intrude. We'll bear their foulta with patience love, - And never mind their noise In view of what onr men will be, We'll not lOTjjel the boya! Too say !bcy ask atragc questions, lote, That would n saint perplex. And then Dersi't in answers true. . ; On aubjecta, too, that vex ; They turn their plaything inside out, , And break their choicest toys ; . "' "They're searching after knewelcde.loTC, Then don't forget the boys. POKER. There's a spirited game, which Is eommonly played Among men 'tis a masculine one Where patience and coolness ami skill arc dis - played,...

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. — 2 July 1875

ill mom A M i '. Vol. XII. Xo. 20. PEESCOTT. AltlZOXA, FRIDAY E VEXING, JULY 2, 1S75. Established 1SG-. r THE ARIZ OX A MIXER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....1ST.... T - J" . BUTLEK The first number of the WEEKLY Mt.VKIt kui issued on JarcUi 9, JbfiJ. .m.l in this, its twelfth year, it can, iritk truth, claim to be the 0Me.1t, largest aud best neivs paperln the Territory. Subscription Rates: Jne Copy, One Year.. .......... ....... " Six Months " Three Moaths clngleCuplcs : , --S7.00 .. 4.00 2.50 .. 25. Advertising Rates. One inch (12 lines of thin type), in column. S3.00 for first iniertion and Si 50 jter inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above ratss will bo made to per son who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and Imsiues s cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. or Job work, may for-ronl It-h" xattptr'otheniMi, t heirownrisV. ' irarxm. c r. . 1 nir ... ....... ... ...... .... .1 . .... nil.l .in. ' Ltgal Tender Xotex taken at p...

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. — 2 July 1875

' J. .Butler. Editor. FRIDAY. JULY 2d, 1S75. All dc'coiinls'or advertising and sub scription izhicli btcawe due on or Icfun Ute fint day of February, and all billt for legal adver tisements ichicli appeared t.f tlic Miner prior to tlial date are payable to John II, Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the pretent proprietor. READJUSTMENT OF THE MACHINE. "There are two clasea of children rccrivftiff nt home and on Sundays diametrically opposite in ruction ou rdigluuk questions. It putf. ii riod Jock on the machinery of the sys tem eo far as e are concerned. Tlic machinery can be leadjiixtcd so as to enable us to use it with no injuy to the machine." The above quotation'from Judge Dunne's lecture would seem to indicate that tlio Christian religion as taught in Catholic and Protectant familics.and churches is "carried mi in a cptrtt of enmity and not of love, that inhtcad'of cultivating closer amenities and encouraging equality among the people, it...

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. — 2 July 1875

Local Intelligence Or the Infernal, mean, low, contemptible, obdurate, Impenitent, hardened, rccussant, grace, 1,1 j lost, unatoned, unreclaimed, hellish, bad, sin kter, obnoxious, pernicious1, baneful, morbific J pestiferous, scurry, horrid, hateful, abominable) j villainous, detestable, execrable, cursed, satanic, confounded, devilish, diabolical scoundrels, thieves, icions, knaves, scapegraces, outlaws joints, rascals, vagabonds, blackguards, ruiilans, demon, reptiles and cutthroats, we most detest, bate, atibor, loathe, abominate, execrate, despise, contemn, scorn and anathematize a sneak thief who, in the dead hour of night, finds a poor country editor oul of bis ofllec for a few minutes I ted steals his best pants aud overcoat, even tho it be warm weather and lie have no immediate Bie for the latter, and the former arc all out of proportion to any ordinary thief. May they blis ter his lege, and cling to him as did the birt to the back of him in the fable until his limbs wither...

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. — 2 July 1875

Wilt m. li.OTIl S1J) ES. ,.0 A man In Lis carriage was ridius a!on;r, A pslly dressed wife by his side; JHisau'aJiuliriacts she looked like a queen, " And he like :t kin; in his pride. A wood-sawyer etood oii the. street as they passed ; The carriiige and i-nupiV'Iie ej'eil ; AndpKiIrJ.Ju; hp wiprkeil with lite miv on a log, "I wish I was rich and could ride.'" .A - The man in his carriage remarked lo his wife, "JMOiie fiiiuir f would zlvc If I could I'dgtfre itfv wealth Tor the strength and the health Of the man there sawing the wood." A pretty young niaid, with a handle of work, Whose lace, as the morning, was fair, Wwripptagalonx with a smile of delight, While humming a love-breathing air. She looked od the carriage, tho lady she saw, Arraydd'lii "Apparel so'llne," Arulsahlin a whisper, wish from my heart Thosc satins and laees were mine." The ladjilookcd out on the maid with her work, So fair in her calico clrcs. And said, "I'd relinquish position and wealth, HcrJixauty and yout...

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. — 9 July 1875

13 i .A tntm twa ,r.5' 5 ill iVl 0 JBJ ol Ma FT11E B-9 )TI( :Prob THE 3IE n tkl eforj df: asct ABl u Or t.,: eiUj yen 1? la1 A)l .t 3 1 :n. No. 27. ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, .BY. J. BUTLEB numbor of the WREKLY MlXKtt was issrtedon hc64. mid in this, its twelfth year, it can, claim to ba tuo oldest, largest and best news- N v ie Territory. Subscription Rates: r. One Year 57.00 Six Months ,-- S.UU . t rs Three Months 2.50 FUeS - AO V ilUVCi U101115 AwatciJ. 1 H2 lines of this tvve). iu column. $3.00 for firt mil sl &U per men Jor cacn nuuiuomw insertion 1 f ! il discount from above rates will bo mndo to per- " advertise largely by the year, half year or ional and business cards inserted upon rcasonn- ; sendincr ns moner fot subscription, advertising rk, may lorwam 11 oy inai or oinerwise, ni 1 nsK. Tender Kotes tal-en at par in payment for sub t, advertising and job work. ?ERMS. In advance invariably. ss all orders and letters to "THE MINER." Prescott, Arizona. BUSINE...

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. — 9 July 1875

Hue ?3 i it i i r I VI. lit II 1 T..J. Butlor. Editor. FRIDAY, JUJLY 9li, 1875., fjSET'.All accounts for advertising and sub scription which became due on or before the first dap of February, and all bills for legal adver tisements which appeared in the Miner prior to hat-date are payable to John H. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to .21. J. Butler, the present proprietor. Muddle. Politics in California appear to have gotten into a terrible muddle lately The Democracy having persecuted the Rail r.oad Company into a degree of popularity. and beginning to fear its opposition, have conoluded to court its influence, while the Republicans, feeling sure of its favor, have grown indifferent, and, e'er they were aware, lost its support. George C. Gorham, whose services the Re publican party have never fully appreciated. and. .who, by the way, is the noblest Roman vi iucju aw, uu Claiming me ngnt oi a citl zen to.havo his say with the talance, has sub jected himself...

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. — 9 July 1875

al Intelligence. (I CEDING S OF THE BOARD OF SU PERVISORS. Joard of Supervisors met Monday, July 5, it to adjournment. Present George D. 11, chairman, GUeon Cornell and A. 0. ; of judgments obtained on account of de it taxes for 1S74, furnished by the District fey, was examined and ordered filed. )isL Atty. appeared before tbo Board with Inquent tax-roll for the year 1875, also a it of uncollected delinquent taxes for said rhc Board compared tho same with Coun- Burcr's receipts filed, found them correct lercd the statement filed. report of the County Treasurer for the lending July 5, was received and scttle- adc thereon. The Treasurer's report 12,481.42 paid out on warrants during the land a balance on hand in the Terrltoria inty Funds amounting to 4,100.82. loard took under consideration the pcti. lldaigo, Cullumber aud others praying appointment ot George Jackson as a Jus the Peace for Walnut Grovo precinct, reafter ordered that such appointment be . The Board met as a Board of Eq...

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. — 9 July 1875

'i i Spat J&THE ' 'GOUItf HOUSE DQQli. 4 No, no, I don't defend him ; k. You needn't, sir, be afraid ; ' . Of course he's bad, and he's broke the Uws. r And they've cot to be obeyed ; Bull can't help kind of tulukiug ? I bts your pnraon, squire Ifwc had had a start like him -We mightn't got much higher. So poor 5" 'hvan't that, Hwau't, sir ; . And keep some kind of quiet And show of comfort there ; jjnVivuen it's all dirt and disorder 1 never saw such a place. And, you see, folks said 'twould always be, Because it was in the race. T--? . -TV f .t 1 1 vitlis jaiuer was wy uau, , . AiSniUo,'b03- looked some like him', - ? And 'twas all against tho lad ; Fglk wouldn't allow that anything-good , ' Could come of such stock Kindiiolks they were, too, iu overythiug else But here fts set as a rock. They wouldu't employ him io labor ,They-.didn'tJwaut him around' ? f There were" plenty of nice young fellows HPhat needed. work, to be found. . s ; J And his mother, she was a drunkard, Airt...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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