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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 22 April 1881

- - -MI " f i - TV.- "5. "f -. 4 i 1 I I All VOL. XVIII.-NO 17 on a so PUBLISHXD EVE3T FP.1DAT, S T C3-A.S- "W. 3EACH, Kdilor and P.rarrietor. Tkr flrct nsvsks- ef the. Whsli Mis ex u istied an UtrA ?, 1H, as4 la tM. it eighteenth jear.it can, with truth, oialin to be the aldiatt, and btxt newspaper In the Territory. Subscription IZat.s. Ose 0pr. Oae Year ' i Hi Mai - " . 'tr! Miwai -.5.00 .. 3.C0 ... 1.60 .. 25 -12,00 Htct04' OaJtraed Weekly. Tear, jVclvartlrtia fatten. (be ifc (IS Msh af Ifet IrpeJ, in oatemn I'm iuMtiH cm) 1.M t-j- iaefa for neb addlui un fe anal Jo A Htwril discount from abere rate wiH be avU to persona who advertise largely by the jejtr, half year or qnarter. 'iTofrftlTOil itxl holiness card inserted for glBUW per imigs. rrmn sending ns raonry for sabicription, ivrrt! Inij or Job work, may forward it by mail, or otherwise, t their own rifc. tay-THItMS - dranw f-twrfaWjf. UNITED STATES 3IAILS. AEBIVE AN'D DEI'AKT 1'KOM ntESCOTT. A. T Ol'raT, HaUirtwry k Oo' tee ...

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. — 22 April 1881

T -V. w t C3b7 FRIDAY, A PHIL 2. ISS! Subscription, $5,C0 per Year C. Crane, 21 fine it-, tv M, x Vaiteuoo.w fUJgftforlht AtUZOXA Xafliislialtit. ' UuOutritrJ to itrf mimtjt dtt ti.it ttUiUitlm'rt Ui orxUri ft,r aAttrittiwj ami atttnd to any Wi" dexntritg u Am u iJU rtyrtieululivt ej fJU PtUUhrr. The Old Land A train ew. Tarn where we may evidences of this sec tion of Arizona having ljeon inhabited by a prehitiric racy presents ifcielf to the casual observer. In the streets of Prescott, as the earth is worn and the wind Mow it away, can bo traced the walls wf an ancient city, evidently a oki aluio-t aa time itself. In the grading of oar streets, excavating for cellars anl in digging walk, trace uf the race that once lived in this to Americans new land, are found implement of iar and domc&tic many fool beneath the surface and under the Itard pan, which Ls next to rock itself, convincing in every particular that this i a very d land. T the north-west ot Prescott, along thelitis of...

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. — 22 April 1881

FRIDAY. APRIL 22 IKS I. SiTocription, So.CO per Year. Local JnteUisrence. L P, FISHER, AUVrKTIrilNG AGKT. 21 JIKKCHANT KXCHANGt;, SAN FEANCISCO. 1 author ized to iK!tf comrue-cial ad- TertieeincsU fo the rolemti ot tbia paper. Hush & Wells are tjood, safe attorneys. Where are the depot ground to be? Mr, Nathan Bowers is in San Francisco. ItaUk'kimkifs are quite plentiful this spring. Hon. Tom Fitch has opened a Ltwofliee at Tombstou. Our followers of the Vulcan art all liave their Iwn.L; full. , A sprtukkt of hail msdc its vav into I'res- vott Liat ingbt. Eue are worth forty cents r dozen in the irjcitt market. The San Jose Mercury h one of the best California jjrs. .Tohn H. 3Inrio is out of town, attending to raneh nfihir. The Wookey estate will be settled upnext mnitli. Corre3iiidnco solicited from Tiptop and other mining camps. The roads in the bill Williams' ram;e of mountains arc soft. Hon. Gideon Hxkeisenloying fair health and sticka to Preseott, Remember that Henry Gold w...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 22 April 1881

i , jujiiiipiinupiJ v.- sr.- r --- FRIDAY, APRIL 22 1881. Subscription, S5.00 per Year Local Intelligence. SATUBDAY. Wheat. Don't got any. Hire a team and take a ride. r Several visitors from the country are rain bound in Preacott " Hugo Richards' name appears on the hotel register at tne l'awce. TrcKoit lacks a three card monto sharp. Jiio French will be in Preacott about the last of thiii month. Skull Valley haB its attractions aside from its grand ncuucry aiid beautiful bottoms. JIaster Evy Ellis is now the polite and at tentive carrier of the Miner. The rain extended to Williamson, Skull and jjlihd Valleys. How is it about grass and dry ranches tliis year? Above par, reckon. The largest crop ever planted on the Verde is that of this season. A. Mr. Slaughter and wife arrived per stage last evening from Tombstone. Large tracts of land in the Agua Fria valley are leing planted this spring. The San Francisco Mountains still show signs or the Arctic robes, snow being visible. Mr. A. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 29 April 1881

r - ' H ' ----- Ttf' 8 VOL. XVIU.-XO 28 PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 29, 1881. ESTABLISHED 1864 r. PUBLISHED EVKKT TBI DAT, b r CI-IAS. W. BEACH, Kditor antl Proprietor. Tip flrt tfnif.' e! iho WrxxLT Ml wa iMncd on Maren 0, Wl, aad ix tM. H eihtjLb year.it cu, 1th trot, abin to be the aMort, asd beet ne.paper in mja xemwrj. Subscription IZiiten. O'eCipy. 0 Year .... " x Mmrtb. " " Tfcrr-- Miest. filnrl0pi- . .... .................. ZJaltyaud W-kly. Mefmr, ..5.00 3.00 .- 1.50 .. 25 -S12,0a -A.il v;rtljni; I&tton. One lack 'II Ham oi ft tyye", hi ontnma J 2.00 fo C:-t tjruaa and Jl.W fxtr Jack for eaah additional in rrtin. A liiieral ifawit fr a'e rate wffi be made to jtmio who advertiee Ur'i-Jy by the fear, half year or Frottvlaml aud bniinesa cart! tcwrted for J18JW per annum. Pemos hHq? u mosey for nberiitIori, advertis ing or Job wprjr, n.virrwart it by mail, or otiienrl, at their own nti. Cflr-TEIlilS -In Adranee liuiriabtg. UNITED STATES MAILS. ARRIVE AND DEPART...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 29 April 1881

li J I S "J - vC-.--.- . .' Jr.; FRIDAY, APRIL 29, IS8! Subscription. $5,00 per Year C. W. Crane. 3HJ'ine tt.. inum 19, .San Frantxtco.it olt Agent far tt AmiOSA MlXLK ttaf cf jr. i ukt ur, It adrtrtuma and tud to an, 'Mr frwriisuf dtrolring tipn hint at the reprttenlatit oj tht I'TblilktT How It Looks. Yavapai County was visited by timely moisture this spring. The hard grip of the cold and frost has at last been relaxed. The gladdening sunshine lias come with strength to brighten tliis section of the world, to give hope to tha fanner, the stockraiser and miner, to warm the newly sown seeds into life and growth and restore the bright green forest foliage, to develop the delicate spring flower, and to bring out the engaging street loafer, so scarce in Prescott. It has come with its bright and joyous creations of new life for cverythingandeverybeing. Even the precious metal send forth a more lustrous liue under its genial kiss. But in some re spect its creative influences may not be s...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizona miner. — 29 April 1881

FRIDAY. APRIL 29 1881. Subscription, $5.00 per Year. W arm water applied often will cure a fce Tero headache. Texas haa four newspapers edited by women. Bulldoze is an unfortunate township in North Carolina. Mr. V. A. Stephens recently completed quite a laborous work at JJiir. Chino " alley. viz., iencing a large lanii witn cedar posta Local Intelligence. The .Mixer acknowledges a Tliii3iif rail from Col. Benjamin to-day. The Colonel Lj Adjutant General of the Department of Arizona. Northern Arizona will hu IiWhciI HiU Win. Smith, of Pecples Vallev, is , ! th a laiw hay crup. Meadows are town. " i far advancwl, and looking just too nice for - -w-r - . , . . lanvthui". .ura. xaamngton, or nest rrescott, is Homelike Hotel, GANZ'S GUESTS GAIN GREATLY BY HIS MANY RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. L P, FISHER. ADVECTISXNO AO EXT. 21 MEUCHANT'i EXCHANGE, (I hAX fKAXCI.SCO. la auUior- " - MftUlMC - 1 HI M4 vertiM-raeaU fo tfce -otaaiu ot ttiia pper. TUESDAY. convalescing slowly. There are 10,000 opium ...

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. — 29 April 1881

She "-'b- Mhm. FRIDAY, APRIL 20 IS8I. Subscription. S5.00 per Year. Local intelligence. SATCBiuy. Call at Mason s for new harness. Randall &. Cline hare new plows. . More teams from the railtwad to-day. A doctor who never luai & eso Christ Bob. Connei! keeps good cooling drinks. Grass is growing and eows are improvin in letAr. F. M. Larkin, a brother to Matt, is en route to Araona. j, Spring rVhtrf at Preceott and Tiptop Iiave commenced. Eees are still sellincr at 40 conts. with butter down to G2i cents. Fine beef con&tnuus to come into the Prvsooit market. Hilly Vernon has laid in new wines etc. Call and see him. Mr. Bush and his daughters, from Oak Creek, made i'reseott a visit to-day. The old Bully Bueuo mine lias been resur rccted. Branding of cattle at Kirkland valley and vicinity commences May 2d. Times have iiiqiroved during the List sixty dajTS m I'ruseott 50 er cent P. J. Bolan has "one toTueson. Wonder if water is IentifuT in the A.-A: II. P.? Captain Hargrave ...

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. — 6 May 1881

MC "Tim- w POL. XVIII.-NO 19 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MAT 6. iSSl. ESTABLISHED 1864 5 3SO .prSElSMED EVERY KRIDAT, GHAS. -W BEACH, Editor unci Proprietor. T, a-t number of Uw Wkslt Mixrx iu lsrard at March 9, prS. and In this, iU lKhteratb year.it can, trt troth, rialm to be UK oldeat, and beat ueaspaper in til TrJtory. Subscription JtatoH. tw C-py. Oof Yir " Mx Month. " Tire Moatbs. VkJC-'H' sail Weakly, toe year.... ....S5.0u 3.00 ... 1.50 25 -.12,00 Ail vrtiin2 Itatesj. .0ue Inch line of this type !n coloan 2M to ' runt lurrtIon and $I.'W per lcu lor eaca aaajuonai in . trrtluO, A Dlwral diwount from boTe ntcn will be made to -rMvuriu advrrUae largely by the year, half year or uart-r. Profri.TiJ anil buslneea curia inserted for J1H-00 prr aiinntn. Per-o. x-ttdins oi money for subscription, advertis ing vr $. wort, may forward U by mall, or otaenrtae, at tbrlr tu il'X. NITED STATES MAILS. ARRIVE ANI llEI'AKT FROM PRESCOTT, A. T CfiBff. Saliburr A- Co'i fine coiches ltare...

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. — 6 May 1881

glutei. FRIDAY. MAV , 1881 .Subscription, 5,00 per Year C. W. Crane, 313 J'ine it., itw 10, San Francitco.it sole Agent fr He AMZOSA MtXEK in tkat eitf. He i aulKorittd to xXUtX wouf due tkU itlaUitl merl take orders fur adtertutnf and attend to any xit' bunneis UvtArtg vj-n Am at Ike reprttentattrt oj tke PrUitker TELEGRAPHIC! tsrECIAl. TO THE MISER. Our Climate, In justice to Arizona, her newpaiors can not too often call attention to the mild. healthful climate of her mountains, foot: lulls, incaaa or table h.uda and higher val leys. Take, for a sample, the section of country around Presoott, r.inin from 3,009 to 8,000 feet alwve the level of the sea. Here, snow rarely fails to a great depth, even on the highest iioinls. As for snow- drifta; they are almost unknown. Last win ter was. of course, nitlder titan most of its predecessors. Citizens of the lower valleys, who wore here in January, February and March, marveled at the delightful weather of a town that is nestled among pine-...

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. — 6 May 1881

tan. FRIDAY. MAY 6 1881. We never wanted to steal so bad as we did last nisht. after seeing a cood lookihir younir iaay take ner apron irom her waist Yep.de Yailet. Hon. W. S. Head (of the finn of C. P. Head & Co.. Prescott and Camp Yerde) has encouraging news from the r" , ".r"iae "e, "-- fanners of Yerde, whose prospects for bur r i , , , . " , than ever before, Si 1 !.: -i. " i i-i." . 4--. I'"""5" f SK Srtt of tf barley, cor etc, are better .!r".r..:,uuuJ,."? """ 'ut w wa Messrs. Willanl & Munds have ordered a " petty larceny thief, Subscription. So.00 per Year, j "Prophets" and speculators are, just now, ; troubling their thinking and speaking appa- Local Intelligence. L P, FISHES rat uses about certain trading points hpe to see brought into existence bv the A. & P. Railroad. Jn a mountain country like this, prophecies of this nature may be in dulged in without mtieh Hanwr nf trio upra 5ftTLB-?"7i. ?.l hitting the mark or marks. There will, no i hxs j-raxcisco, i au...

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. — 6 May 1881

imx. Subscription, S5.00 per Year. Local Intelligence. SATTROAV. The dxys of Buck Deer are at hand. ' Mr. Jradian, of the tunnel contract, is in town for supplies. Several passengers went oat ou the Black Canyon stage to-day. Tombstone people are having lively times over titles to certain touruute, mineral lands. There was a pleasant dance . at Howey's Hall lust eveninif. under the supervision of Professor Downey. T ' - The "ood people of Skull and Kirkland valleys hold a sUiiaU iarty at tlie former place this evening. James IJixbv. a irood citizen, who died yerterday morning, was buried to-day in the Citizens bur- ground. Jos Taylor, of Tintop, leaves for his home to-morrow, after a sojourn and pleasant visit of ten days in rtvscott. A young gentleman Jrdm Illiiioi, relative to the JliUer Urottiurs, lias taken up resi dence in Yavapai county. Mr. Pfiffcny, a good, honest man, has re turned from the SJt IUver Valley toPres cott, and taken up residence. We hear that an establisluucnt...

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. — 13 May 1881

.afe t -1 - -. & - Mine? VOL. XVIH-NO 02 PUBLISHED EVERY Fill DAT, B T CKft-S. "W. BEACH, Editor and Proprietor. The first nwiber of the Wrrrir Ml fin was isnd an Maravi 9, 1$4, and in this, iU eighteenth year.it can, with tratfc, dalm to be the oldest, and beat arwupijr in the Territory. -o-o- Subxcription Iiates. 0e Opy. 0 Var 5.00 ' " i Math 3.00 " Three lloiths 1.50 Bind CH' 25 Pally acd Veekly. oeyear. 12,00 -o-o- One leeh 1 Use of this type), In column $2.00 fo Crt iaMrtloa and 31.00 per inch far etch additional in aeruon. A libera! llooaBt from above rites, will be made to jvrmojM bo adverta- largely by the year, half year or quarter. -Prefwstosil and business cards inxrted for 19.00 per annum. Ptmoiw frxJ!tK? o money for sabcriition, advertis ing or jaa wori, may forwiril it bymaU, or otnerwut, a. their own mt t3FTERMS - Adrantt Ir.turiaUy. UNITED STATES MAILS. ARRIVE AND DEPART FROM PRESCOTT, A. T GPssec. SUiobory k Co See coicaes leave Preecoit. the Cantt&l of Ariz...

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. — 13 May 1881

PKIDAV- MAY 13. 131 Subscription, Nj.OO per Year C. K. Cran'. 31f ae if.. J&oa 14. fM lofc .lyea or tt' A - .An - a M :: r. a to f eftf. f autlwrittd to -.'? f,r.y :it uUAtit' mri (ait trnleri or irrUii$ un I ilitod to mmg other Uaituit derlnt mpum turn at tUc rtprtvttatlrt tj a PrUithrr. ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC OR THIBTY FIFTH PARALXJSL. R. R. Deecripticn of tb-s Country TtorcuBh Which ft The Aibco.oaro.ae (Sew Uexico) Journal, of a recent date, printed the following: The Atlantic A Pacific wes along the rich valley of the Rio Grande, crossing that stream at Isletta. then attaching ov.i the dividu between the Rio Jrande and IUu Puerco, up the beautiful valley of San Jos to the Continental Divide. This valley is chiefly culttva4.-d by Mexicans and Pueblos, a vorv thrifty and pvacebi: tribe of Indiana, who will become an imrMrtant factor, and will uitdtubtadly axaert iuelf when the hand of industry, progress and enterprise shall stretch forth scroti thi charming valley. Thence down ...

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. — 13 May 1881

gtmnn. fk 1 0 v. m v IS 131 . Lcca! ffite'l'fjcnce. Ll t f f I A 'I, . tTWSl AKT, 21 Kit Jtt .. I ii ;. W .Ktfcar- TBTt' :C t ? eta uiis j V4 94. M jj- ire the clusa; fc itmaiiieatt of U"x f fisgoia Aiypicg sopplie to At; Tj-iiUiiita tame. HSoriii-ra A ri&na is the plstce to get fist bef and mutton a ail tun.. ' The weather ha cui in to business. A'uiia all gone toward UUh and lorado. ; .! Mailer is expected in i" day frsia 'j'otpiwK Yaik-y with cent fur JohnU. Cmuy : bell. , Th e who ct op early thisnniraing sock toejrtaer and sna that they perceived rt den .v of a light frxwt. Kupp'ks for Messrs. Price Kin, mil rtmA c jatrxdor. treat t today ftwa tfae kUmv : C. P. lied Co. V. Curtis b4 ker son, Jpb. htmt! for Hu FtmnctKM Sius ntomiug. 'I'hey will be a!t-ut abwot tUne atnuiiia. We are ur. u hear tUat Mr. M Jck who i.4 Nrvt! quite aick a hi hiae in Kirklaud lity, ia eunvakactag and iH BOiii he "t. Mr. Slau'iti-r, of Um Ttwiliattme eoontry, vas riH.Atiy in ths jacUon, jurchiu U-e...

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. — 13 May 1881

FIUDAV, 31 AY IS IH8I. Subscription, S5.00 per irear. Local Snteliigence. SATTEAIY. Ice is in demand. "Locals" do not amount to laudi to-day. This market 'm vol! supplied witli tender Vegetables. CP Head & Co., GM1 a big bill of good for railroad pwplu. Jolai Ehle got his work in on our streets to-day, and ihey are looking well. See dissolution notice of Geo. S. Porter fc Co., which appears in another column. Brannen Hnw despatched more teams, with good, for their store at Flagstaff, to day. Headquarters building hoks almost as well now as it did Mure the fire, which gave it jes3ie. The Los Angeles Commercial is one of our best exchanges. Will S. Gould is an old Arizonan. The telephone system of communication is ppreading over Southern Arizona. They nave it tui of a mile of freight , 1 . "1 . 1- . . ,7 , I Almut one onarte !tnq arrived here to-day. of Prescott is Incoming immense lelise. I Chief Ouartermastor Grimes desires all nereons who liave contracts, to, as soon as iKJssib...

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. — 20 May 1881

4 i "I ISil'if la VOL. XVIIL-NO 21 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 20. 1881. ESTABLISHED 1864 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BUSINESS GAUDS. BUSINESS CARDS. sz-ooisrs, ETC. b r "W. CHAS. -W. BEACH. Editor and Piorrietor. -o-o- EThofe ETSshorof Use WrKLT Mikes ira Usned a M 1 W, asd hi rid. Mj eighteenth year.lt c:i, "Solar, to be th stdeat, aad het aeitrpoper In Ibe TsHMSfy. D. C Thorne, Prop. Fine Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Meals al all Hoars. LAWYEHS, DIANA Subscription J?ate. Oie(. (HtTr 5.oo U A It A.N D JJILLIAIID SALOON J.IHJ I 1.501 JOHTV HOWARD, Attorney nr-d Counselor at Law, Office Sooth Montezuma St, Preacott- SAilUEL I1A3IILT., T pi re , j Mineral Park, Mohave County, Arizona. si1 Montezuma Street, Comer Gorlev. ia,7wkifr-y;. tUc Larest J Best Saloon . ' i -V XORTUEASTnRX ARIZOS A. j J. C CRANE. Proprietor. Three ilwMb. PRESCOTT. RICH PLACERS. $40 to 650 Per Day. FIRE INSURANCE! ! IJ lie nix Insurance Co. ,2sr. -sr. We are in receipt of a letter from a gen tleman doing b...

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. — 20 May 1881

its FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1SS1 Subscription, 5,00 per Year C. IV. CYane, 31i 1'ine tU. Jloon 19, iaa Fra.nexteo.it toU Agmtfor the Xnuosx JflMJK faaf city. J t auSJtorited to IUU wtmf)l dut thit tttallit! n'rt fait ordtrt for adtertiting and attend to any tkc i hutinrtt drtotriny -pn ha at the rtprttentatitt oj tkt J'Mlthtr. Military Headquarters. Fort Whipple, lucated within 150 miles of the geographical center of the Territory, is, and lias beon, for many years, the Head quarters of this Military Department. It was selected as such long since, because of its central location and i;eneral fitnww. From "Whipple Hourly every camp or military fort in Arizona connected by telegraph, 'at once placing the Commanding General in di rect communication with his subalterns, making it perfectly practicable to direct operations, etc., in every section of territory within his jurisdiction. Headquarters as now built are commodious, furnished with all nece&wiry appendages to make home com fortable, ...

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. — 20 May 1881

1 (S Snu r r main .: FK IDA Y ill A Y CO IrtSl. Local intelligence. t f . FISHES. ixed to :eeetv oaum-4I a4- v;rlli-me'-t- fa ib Su cue Ottilia .. Travel : and iron: I'rescott :s von- :mi. Wu are n joying jplendid weather, for . Luhhcm ami pleasure. Tttc a litigation oi hand abovt Iflack Wanrior Mti Prince bullion. Tbt ntii: on .Sunday wu something like a leopard, j tut A little spotted. Je Cnrti ud Mrs. Geo. W. Ctmis have arrived fcsieJ;- in Sail Francisco. T3ib Peek fcOic was, tills aiorning, filled with taBcncn ami packages of goods. Mnik-ck'i tuautd we locked Jar, tn a day or two, with freight for L. Baahfurd & Co. Mr. Snedeke;- ha opened a milling burro at Tucwn. Wonder what tociaJee are quoted at . : The hail killed the grasshoppers on Sun day at Maple O inch. 1 be rest of the Big Hugs escaped. There W been much aickness with the little folk. .f fekull Valley of late, interfer ing with :chod matters. Mr. Piiaeney and soother ieightcr arrivl to-day fnn Maricopa with their m...

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. — 20 May 1881

IE FRIDAY. jVI x Y SO 1SS1. Subscription, S5.00 per Year. Local Intelligence. SATCKDAY. Several Email tuns arrired for supplies from the ra3rod to-day. 2few potatoes at ICirkland VDe'. Green peas tamhiem. Mr. E. W. "Aram nreputag to visit Tombstone on professional bwiness. A gentleman from Oregon was m our streets to-day siling hcne and mules. T. J. Morgan and Hon. W. S. Head .are expected home, daily, from th Verde. Miss Carrie Wilkin wrues that she has joined hor nother at Dodge City, Kansas Tombstone is to have four newspapers. "What fighting and hair pulling there will be Dr. Ainaworth is very aoceesefal in cases of sickness which have" come under his care at the Hospital nitd elsewhere. h Kahhaih llfiv fUi ln not forget to attend church and to snd the little ones to Sunday School. The Tueson Star find its way to our office very seldom. .Now. Mr. Hughes, Iuok alter this matter. e want your paper. 'The pare of .Southern Ariwma spenk well of Hon. .M. IJ. Shennan, of our town and S...

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