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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 11 March 1881

V. VOL. XVIII.-NO 11 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1881. ESTABLISHED 1864 2 11 'I i Srigmui Mint, PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, B t 3EACH!3 KUitor and Proprietor. Th firt ir alrr of Ch WcEaxr Mrxra iu Issnrd 1 15rth 9. 1SC4. ai In thla, iu eichtetntli rear.it ear.. trttti truth, cU!m to ir the ol4e.it, and be ncmjjaper lu j Subscription JRates. 0: Cop, One 'ir TCxMoatb ' " TLreeilontfci So.00 . 3.00 ! 1.50 75 Daily aJ Weekly, oocyesr. ..-512,00 Advertising Itsttes, One lueh (12 lines of thl trprl, la column $3-Ce) fa firrt lnaertiua ud $IM per l&ekur each addltioaal iu rrtion. L lilwral diseotuit front above ratrt win be made U -roti ho advertlfte Urgelj- by the year, half year or J"rofctioaal and bntlneoi card inserted for 18J1 tt aonam. Peroa reading us money for nbcrlUon, idertl- iig or Joi wort, may lonruu oynuu, or otherwise, at thrfr oirn rlt. Le3 Toler not taken at par lo paytnnjt for anb arriplioc, advfcrtiiihijf ami Job work. EM Lfgislsliyg Assembly. JJOUSE. "W...

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. — 11 March 1881

It FRIDAY, 31AKCEJ 11.1881. Subscxipttan, $5,00 per Year C. nVGra. -. Avon 1, Jen Fran.:(tco.u tde Afttft tkf Akuosa iHtK in thai ettg. Ue i ' cuthcriir tm 4let rmttgt Aw flU eitalli m(rt tail. erSirt frr etrrrt(tfH ami aQtitJ t av 3ter Vmruuu drroUtpj -yj-t A at ttt rymnttaUtfty FRESIUEKr UARyiSLjyS INAUGURAL. Owing to the crowded columns of tlio MlNHt in publishing the lengthy proceed ings of the kgialatare, ue are unable to lay before oar readens anything mure than a aynopdis e-t I'rcsideni-eloot Garfield's inaugu ral uon going into the Presidential Cliair, March 4Hi: iflnr G'-vs: We stand to-day upon an 'eminence which overlooks n liundrcl yean of the national life of h country crowded villi eri!ri. but crowded with triumphs of 'libwty and law. Before continuing our on- mint march, krl nt pause on um height lor free nereis thereof. Fne Territories of the United Ktares are, subject to the di- i-Kt ,Ji''rufktivoj.autK)ritv of Congress, ! i'andfheucc the irciieraJ government is ic ...

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. — 11 March 1881

'Mho ilmtx. KKIDAY.iUHni II !SSI. .Swbt'ri)iion. So. 00 per Year. .ocal 3nteiUerence. l p. mm, b ADVKKTISIXG AOKNT. 21 SIKltCiriNr EXOHAX'tK. FKAXCISCO. 1 author liel to iceiit Mini zseTcial xtl- vrrttlonr Mi f the 'olntam m till piper. THURSDAY. The Supervisor contest case rests until to-morrow. A nteanier leaves Yuma for Camp Mohave and intermediate 'andinga March 21st. The rain has extended fouth and north from Prescott for long distances and has been a "eneral soaker. M. 31., of the Pheuix Herald, h in town. It was a mistake about him being drowned in Salt River. TCBsD.lY. Somewhat windy t-day. Qaffttuii Somtiftdts is anin in town from tho tttfeent portion of the Territory. Mrs, FmJhjt and daughter art; preparing U viuh tho Fmitcitco. IVn Wearer is n uarc dealer, one rea-! m ot Din MtcveM in ; irts mercantile line. Pnl Pier id in town fi-oni the Big J52 oow.trr. Wickenhiirir, hinco the erection of the 80- sL-imp mill at tho Vulture mine, has revived j and is now quite a lively p...

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. — 11 March 1881

She Spin. III DAY. M VK.' II 11 IS8I. r rip tion, $5.00 per Year. Local Intelligence. KATURI'AY. C. C. Bean is putting hi various mining properties in shape. A large amount t Government funds came through fhia morning ir Wells, Fargo & Co.'b express. The Guaymas Hailroad is completed e:t ward from that city thirty miles, bringing it within 70 miles of Hermosillo. We arc platted to know that 3Irs. George Banghart, of C'hino Valley, lias been im proving during the past few days. 3Irs. E. II. Smith, of Tombstone, and Miss Iila Burnett, made a visit to the Misek -office to-day inquiring, of course, into the ail preservative. We are informed that Gov. Fremont ex pecta, at an early day, to leave Prescott. Whether he goes to Tucson or New York Tvc have not learned. Messrs. Campbell, Bray, Bash ford and ethers received freight to-day. Bray dis plays a fine assortment of trunks, valises, etc. Tlie 3Iixei: received paper and a por tion of the new power press. DiKt. James Madison, an emplo...

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. — 18 March 1881

f t"" SErfln?T","l" ISSS9M -? : ? ag. 3 VOL. XVIII.-NO 12 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRDDAY EVENING. MARCH IS, 1881. ESTABLISHED 1S64 - BiTlf! ,1 M. - . f.-.?-i.-''' "" 1-3- Z T i i r ui "- a. if a s a .4 mum, rfBLisiiEo nrictr n t C231S. "W. BEACH, 1215 tor mul I'ropriotor. ThitBiArSf a, WBRbT mwm Tt11 tiit, wj-m m hul9ot!ption Kitoi. Ose 0f5, C Vfr " K x " TVtr ralv Kiocl-CVft. j.. ........ ......... ". 3 CO t iVl I 1.30 86 1 -lrcrtiiitiu Katr. Ou'llMh 1 Var f tM t?i, ka c-hir.iu fa fin! )Dinioii tLml f ir 131 for iei 'Kki!iiI fa "rtiou. LUhrrsJ dUotraut Trastnbov ratrji lw razAr to prr)iii irliu dcrje Ur.iij- ly tbe yar, LUf jrar or Pro2'rio-ul asd Vuias cxrdd taicrUxl tar Jli.CO Fcnou KMurt n mmst for a User prion. iTrrtlA 1d or Job rorK nuy Xonrril K trfauS, or other trir, st llflr omt rii. Xecdcr sotr taScra st per in tj-ant for iab XTiptiea. nJrU'.-i; uwt job work. m& "Lfgislcfe Assembly COUNCIL. Tnurzday, March 10th. Council itibt pursuant to adjournment at 11 a. in. Preuidtftit...

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. — 18 March 1881

. PRTn a - it a i?--tt c? TCfi . . , ,. cr. nllJ , I T-.lt ( ttiibscription, $5,00 per Year J z lid Yvar ' 1 , . ftir.OncaiffMib.AMitb --. rr.-sr,,:, : -iUJrtMtcriUAiiuoxxXDKLi tut at. Uii I wninj cnoir. xowe member. Eitune to :r'r; - " r ". r:.:. crr or aJzcrtuixy ai aitaui t aaj xkir ! you 4V J ters Kt-w.i-1 lUtilring i-pun Am j He TtprutiCaiitt Sticks In tho Jtidtro's Craw. The organization of the liottee upon a Rc imblican Independent platform has always been a myatery to our friend Judge Tucker, of the Democrat, end a thing that sticks In OP his crave and freem to ceutte him pain J- " soul and uneaeinoa of mind; the suhiect hecomes nar- - the rhh th Judge whenever of the D"- .iouiit to all othera - , ,,ien poor McCafferty, one et and raost able- of the legiala . urs, lias to catch blue hhr.cn from the a-.iu-tic pen of Uie former Surrogite f York Citv. The tro inmrdnoa of the whole matter never seem u break forth on j the usually keen nana ot oor comiciujw-4 . The Houe of the In...

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. — 18 March 1881

KltlIAY.MK H 18 l81. Local Intelligence. lists arc all ronn and ready for delivery. So property owners may look . I out for that officer, w: 1 1n Titian h w the oeool GOVEKN'olENT CO.vrnjiUio uouse or ixenry -Viazo Co., uo&ion, pertv oruers may look , The . tUo . fe a dal list of bids 1 PERFECTION MESS MACKER AL, AU.!!!S ed at Whinnle to-day bv CoL E. B. Grimes. I (in u pound boxes) mluinnj J1 rWf rhlt4rBitfor luonlviutr the nor- PARAGON" MACKER AH i How many nogs, cmien, .uno, -. a . a a i 1 shcp horses, wagons, etc, etc., each w eminent with fuel and foraga for trie fiscal f in o pounu cores SliOr-cripfioil. So.OO per Year. : owner of. year commendngJuly lat, 1S31, and end . - ,. ... r- - r OA.U 1 0S" There arc about u,uuu lnuians on tue cau o uub uuoi, Carlos Agency, including the following wniPPLE. tribea, alfof whom are regarded as Apaches, , T dkrAn-uished bv the tcnul-Yuina, Mohave, : J. II. Maiion, 2,000 cords at S3 99; J. H. ftSraSs San Carlofand a lew Lee, 2,000 cord a...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 18 March 1881

a FRIDAY. 3! A UJ'H 18. 1H81. . . . . - - ... x,..,,. Subscription, fco.di) per c.u . L.0C3! 2ritCllii2rGnCe. SATCKDAY. Gen. Rollins- expects to vL-it Mineral Park early next week in connection with mining mutter. Th5 bill crtsaiiii" the new county of Gra- lum lias been signed by the Governor, the fficars of the same appinted and confirmed..! fidi public ictiools. e w ji We hope that the journals of both Coun cil and House will be left in a complete con dition thy. ac-Jsion. aotnafchmf: neglectetl a the esim two year ago. Tlie ore front Mr. Alter s find three miles south of town. ahows large quantities of wire silver. V'e iielteve Lew lias struck it at last. Father Dricncs having ben tailed to Phenix to natec the HWiop, leaves the Catliolic Church .with'oatMi itor for to morrow's i vices. There .sems to general dissatisfac tion among tax payers to the extra pay voted clerks and other attaches of the Legifclatore. Moliave county will have four quartz mill1 n suocewfu! ojKsration witl...

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. — 25 March 1881

TOL. XVIH.-NO 13 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 25. 1881. ESTABLISHED ig64 i . , l f i i : i i & wet, BUSINESS CARDS. BUSINESS CARDS. PUBLISHED EVFEY FStlDAr, X. -A. W YE S.S . II- CHAS. "W. BEACH, Editor and Proprietor. The first ntxnbrr of the Wotlt Vmi sn Marm 9, and la lM, lu richiees J 11 hs. lie Territory. Subscription Rule. Oie Capy, Os Year " Six Moata " Tlire. Meatha. B'nri Uvfirt ...... Daily and Weakly, yaar,... 5.00 -- 3)0 .. 1.50 25 112,00 1 A.tlvertlnin Rut&tt. One Inch (U line of this type), lu column $3.00 fo , nm icMrtion tad fUO per Inch for etch additional in 1- hberal dUcoaut from above rties w3 bo made lu lrron who advertU Uzgtlj by the jt-ar, half year or carter. Professional aad baalncai cards !urrU4 for $18.00 er annum. I'ootj aeodlwc us money for (abtctipUcs, adTertia iu or Jet. work, xsay forvard U brmall, or othswtM, at tLrfr ori.riak. tKfti Tender note Ukea at par in raymeni for tab tcrtjillou, iilmnJuj ad Job work. tffl! rttliltj In .li...

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. — 25 March 1881

St . f i rmgTT5iifiTvv?-il?,.wB,fi,- : gKrz , .. - FRIDAY, MABCEt -5,1861. 8nbscriptioii, 5,00 per Year C. K". Cra. 316 Tine tU. Rut 10, 5m yrancitca,it fit Jftnttr U AKZOXA irxxi ff rff. i i UrtW U potUtl mpnejM dw'ikU trtaUttl mrrXlP. tkt fieri fwr adf-Ttiiing aad m!ttd t am) Mkr hmtimett ittalriag x km cx CU rtfTonlaUt tta riUUktr. More EaUrcads fcr Mexico '3 F.Alia. More proposed nulmios for Jlexico is the report. Boston leads off in she latest propo sition. And as a matter of coune, General liutler L tn have a finger in the pie, a part in the negotlitious for obtaining a fnuichwe, something in connection with the franchise already obtained. The X. Y. Times upecial from lloston say, that the proported or dis cu&sed Sinaloa and Dunuigo lUilroad, and the Texas, Topoiobampo and Pacific Rail road ami telegraph commnies for -which charters have recently buen obtained under the ceneral laws of the .State, are attracting attention. The last named roal compre heitds a main line of f...

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. — 25 March 1881

W7v ItlDAY. MARCH 15 18S1. - SabCliptiOB, $0.00 per Year. , 1 - 1 LOCal Intelligence. ,L, P. FISHED ADVEETIrilXG AGEST. 21 XESCHAICrii EXCI1AVUK, I 8AX rKAXCIBCO. U autMOT- land to leeolTe eommtrcUl ad vartlaetaeBla to Am MhaM tthU pajicr. TTJMUY. Wann days and th mud drying up. A mail came in over the Jfogollod xoute r last evening. ; EL L. Sheffelin, the diawrcrer of Tcb stone, is in ton. ;' C"L LaMott, of "WlBjjpIc, oflersljiis hoifao hold effect at auction.5 KJ2,000 is U 1: exKmdedon mo mining properties in Crook Canyon, light away. Chief Engineer Kingman departed for his field of labor, San Francico country, to- dav Major LaBertcu i busy nutting ut iJtnib bery and otherwise ornamenting his IndJ estates in Precott. frank IJartli who liven and work mines on tiie Ha.vtayamia, we undurxtand, is quite low. A buggy is to le sent out in tJe morn ing for the purpose of bringing him to town for medical treatment rt - rt i ' Chief Quartermaster drnnos is gg t ell at auction ou the .'0th ...

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. — 25 March 1881

vssn FIRAY.iHAUCIl 23. It? Subscription, S5.00 per Year. Locai inte.Iisence. JiATUKDAY. The cars are coming bye and bye. Snow is getting scarce, but the iaud "ge-hee." The Loudon tunes iniikes favoradle men tion of Arizona and her mines. We hear tliat Dan Thome is about to wove into new quarters. , , The funeral o the late Mrs. Lowman took place to-day anil was largely attended. JUre. Banu'hart, of Chino Valley, con tinues to improve, which is certainly cheer ing uewa. Salt Kiver will buoui in a few days. We, of thti Xurth, are furnishing the necessary fluid. The thiol wreath rafled fur rests between Miss Wiikins, who niatto t, ana ueorge Brown, their throws being a tie. "Mrs. JTisber aud lier tinugliter, Miss Itena Dodd, went out yesterday per stage, cn route to ban brancisco rnetu.tt.acof the legislators shook the n ... ......1 fr..m hi twitt this morning, the sent being Peter J- Bohui, from 3In- Ed. Johnson is in .town from Crook Cau n a tJn"tv of snow, conse- tlhc Vi-ty of W for...

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. — 1 April 1881

3sk POL. XVIII.-NO 14 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1881.. ESTABLISHED 1864 ate lH f ssf A .k. V """ tsH Ki Vv' H J&Br 'L. T I -r ( i - v --iff - I"- ?s V hi - - V:: VI -- v. . . fH'? - . w PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ET CHAS. "W. BEACH, Editor and Proprietor. The first ntxnber of lh Wrrrir Mixra was hsued oa March 9, 1361, and In thin, it eighteenth year,it can, with truth, claim to bo the ollett, and beat newpaper fa the Teijilory. SubHcription I?ates. One Copy, One Year " " bix Month " " Thre Month. 5.00 3.00 1.50 B'Dffle Cipi'...... ...... . 25 Dally and Weekly, one yeiir, 212,00 O-o JVdvertisins Kates. One Inch (12 line of thin type). In column 2J0O fo nrt luecrtloa and fl.OT per inch for each additional In tertlou. A liberal dlsooTUit from above rate wiH be made to pertos who tdrsrti- largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional anil bofineu card Inserted for 18J per annum. Persona aendhi na money for subscription, adrrrtis- i or lODTOtL Eariiimi Alt i...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 1 April 1881

FRIDAY, APRIL, 1,1881. Subscription, $5,00 per Year C. W. Crane, 318 Pint lU. Ryom. 10, San Franciicx,it Mb Agtntfor tke XXUOXX MLvr.lt i ia ciij. Ut i auiXorittd U zttOttt months due tkit ettablitlmtrj Ult ordert for adtertuinff and attend to any titer Kriwf imlria; vpvn km at UU rtprtteniatit cj tit P Mister. THE COURSE OF TRADE. The time u nigh when the trade of Ariron -will be diverted from old channels and placed in new ones. Our railroads trill accomplish a commercial, a well as social, revolution. Giet good, to u, will come of the change Already our merchants are ending to Eastern cities for goods for their customers, and the driving business people of St Louis, Chicago and Kansas City are active solicitors for our trade. San Fran cisco, which has had a monopoly of this business, is, of course, loth to part -with it, and yet her people hope to retain it; not by underselling Eastern competitors, but, we presume, on account of past friendship and intimacy. Let us see about this...

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. — 1 April 1881

mt Split. FRIDAY, APRIL I 1881. Subscription, $5.00 per Year. Local intelligence. ADVERTISING AGENT, 21 MKBCHAXT'S EXCHANGE, It BAN XKAJiOIaGO, la Wuior- i ized to leeelre cuammal ad- Yertlseznenta to the column o! this pipsr. L, P, FISHER, WEDNESDAY. on Wanted. An anny of men to -work. the A. & P. R. B. north of Prescott. bee new letal sxivertisemtnts. local no- tlccH, etc, in this issue. When first drawn the temperature of Prescott well water is from 55 c to CO s . Boun In Prescott, 3 larch 27, to the wife of Neil McLeod, a 3'n, weighing 10 pounds. The auction at "VNTiipjJe to-day was well attended, and the articles offered lor sale brought fair prices. Mr. ueo. oiiies, who lias been nsitmi; points south of Prescott, arrived home this morning by Black Canyon stage. The stage for Peck and other mountain carina took out a full load of passengers and tiackages this morning. We learn that tno.se who are in charge of camps along the A. & P. Railroad, do not permit the sale of l...

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. — 1 April 1881

if : ' 1 1 r U t I : t.- r FHIDAY. APRIL I, 1K81. Subscription, S5.00 per Year. Local Intelligence. riATUElUY. Charming spring weather. Host all roads leading to Preacott are now In pretty fair condition. J. T. Shull is patting the on his new house. finishing touch for Crops along the Salt River bottom are looking healthy and indicate a big yield. Capt. Fisher, a jovial good fellow, "hargs out" at Vernon's Parlor Saloon. Two more cottage homes are behiir erect- eu on tne Dlutt west of Granite Creek. Summing- up Evidence In the Kalloch Case. In continuing his argument Saturday af- 2 II. 11 i 1 T 1 n lernooa ui uie njuincn inai, tiuage amp bell paid his respects to D. F. Hampton, the hack man, who first told Detective Coffey tnat lie, at tne nrst snot, jumped on to his , l ttltTi tit i r ... H6uses on Montezuma street, onuotsite t 7 77 " - , ' M , uieu testinea tnat the il tvfr t ffir ,,n,W.; rH.fi "e ran to ine winnow anu saw L-exouns nre o i I at knllneh. 1 hrt nnnvintpd wnnmr PJ.m....

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. — 8 April 1881

- .' v ? : - . r v t . - ,--r,''-ji..--sf.s. - ' imwiniT'SfflBfcn ..- v- jar,;4Mn,..fitjr Ti, rr , . i:r i- .. x- --ra. t i ---. Si-- i'- " i - . " jr- " 3 , 0L XVIII.-NO 15 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL , 18818. ESTABLISHED 1864 1 ' : . W-'OAl 1 1 - . - J 1 s V. ' PUBLISHED EVERT FR1DAT, B T- BEACH. Editor and Proprietor. The first nocnber of the WractT Mixrx iru Issued JnllMoiJ, ib64, and in this, Its eighteenth yttr.lt can, trllh truth, claim to be the oldest, and best newspaper la the Territory. Subscription. Hates. Or Copy. One Year 5.00 bix unins ............................ 3.00 t inres Montas....... ................... J5Q Bincle Copl'i 25 Dally mod Weekly, oca year,... 12,00 -AiIvertisLrur Kates. One Inch (12 line of this trvX in colamn ?iW fo cm iiifceraoa ana per lnca lor eacfi aaaiuonai tn eruon. A libera discosnt from above ratea will be made to pcraona who adrertlae largely by ths year, half ytar or quarter. Profeaalonal and bnaineM carda inaerted for JISJDO...

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. — 8 April 1881

iJ tfYO S (S T . cvwr FRIDAY, APRIL 8,1881. Subscription, $5,00 per Year C. T. Crane. 31s i'n it.. Seam l Sum "ranciteo.is toU Agent for the AtUZOSA JllXEE ttai eirjr. Be f avOtoriird to llct iwneyt due tU tttaUitlmtrX taie ord'TM for adnrrtiting end attend ta any other ouriwt devolving km at tt repruentatit oj Ou PthlUker. MIXES AND PROSPECTING. The nood work (if prosjiect.ng contin ues and we hear of many rich discoveries being nude in every direction. The gold mine of Henry Wickenburg, on Rostra Creek, Black Canyon District, four miles south of Bumble bee, bids fair to become a Very valuable projerty. The developments are meagre as yet, however the ledge lias continued to im prove with every stroke of the hammer as the workmen go down. A ton and a half of common ore recently worked by rastra yielded $170. This is not, by any means, a fair average of the ftck, as the test was made upon what was picked to be the poor est ledge matter. Taking, then, into con siderati n, the great wi...

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. — 8 April 1881

3k vv ggiuw. FRIDAY. A PRIX 8 1SS1. Subscription, 5.00 per Year. Local Intelligence. ., P, FISHER, ADVERTHIXO AGENT. 21 JIKBCHAIfT'S EXCHANGE, I SAX FKAUIHCO, U author- ' lxed to jrc.irr commercial ad. vertisemebti to the columns ot thit paper. TUESDAY. Xovelty resort the haunted den. Supreme court is in session at Phenix. Who is to be the next Governor of Ari zona? The wind is high therefore be careful until lire. Look out for April showers, and then May flowers. Sam Lewis, brother to our banker, is in Southern Arizona. Work on the new Headquarter's building is progressing. J. II. Manon gets a snudl portion of the gram contract at hippie. Unpalatable Goinc without our mail Sunday evenings. C. P. Head & Co. are selling large quan tities of goods. Two quartz mills running in Peeples Val ley and making money. I. S. Randol, Government freight con tractor, is in town. Jerry Sullivan was the successful man for hay at Whipple. PreBcott contains no idle men. Can all other towns say as ...

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. — 8 April 1881

X ms Minn. FRIDAY. APRIL 8 1KSI. Subscription, S5.00 per Vear. Local Intelligence. EATUEDAY. -Clean ont your cellars. Trim your tree and vines. Garden making has commenced. Tucson houses arc being numbered. The croquet season will soon be here. The Globe City papers report a few cases of m easels there. Mr. Park, Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue, assures us" that business is increas ing in this section. "R .T Atlrirwm of Iron Sorininj station is in town to-day, also Mr. and Mrs. Blair of .Burnt Kanch. Mr. Mcl ford's team, Arith supplies for Vulture Mining Company, pulled out this morning. II S AfarRTial H. P. Date lias trone to Walker district to look at mining and other matters. Laborers on Mexican railroads receire 28 cents a day for their services. Our Devil don't believe this. County officials arc having a great many bianK dooks, receipts, warrants, eic., pnuieu for use during the year 1881. A deen drain, or sewer, is beinz carried from the alley back of Raible's brewery, do...

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