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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 31 July 1869

41. VV ! 3V f 'f I H Puts It Strongly. Commenting npon Indian crimes recently committed in tills Territory, that staunch friend and aWc advocate of white civilization and the development of the latent resources of the Frontier Status and Territories, the Cincinnati Ifaiirotul Jlscord, talks "right out in meeting'1 as follows: It fa a standing disgrace to civilized hu manity that the several hamlsfull of organ " ized banditti known as the Apache tribe of Indians should be allowed to traverse and lay desolate so extensive and valuablo u tract tot country as is at present roamed over by those cowardly and despicable savages. For braver', noble bearing, splendid physique, el oquence, wisdom in council, or talent in the nrt?6f war, we may havo respect and admira tion for a savage a Tccumseh, an Occola or a Black Hawk, but for the sneaking, cow ardly hounds of Apaches, without tho first spark of humanity in their nature, utterly soulless,. and without instincts except those cpoSsst'Sscd'i...

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. — 7 August 1869

THE WEEKLY :jf VOLUME VI. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING -AT - PRE8COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA Ono Copy, Ono Year.. $700 Six Monthi ii Tbrefi Months , , 2 50 Stride Copies, J Panera will not be writ unless paid Tor In ad- vacce, ana win tfirannoiy uc uiowunuuu ... uv nd r tbo time psia lor. ADVKHTISING: nn miare. ono time. 13.00 : each additional time, 11.50. Each additional square, larao rate, i ithnrni riUrnntit will be made to persons con tinning the same advertisement for three, sir, or twelve raontus. Professional or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job HPx-iiitirxg-. TnR Miser offlce Is well supplied with Presses. Wain, Kancv and Ornamental type, ana me pro. prletor Is determined to execute nil work with which he may he favored In the neatest and best tyln of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of-the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash. It will be promptly executed and sent by mall, or as directed. Persons sending us mone...

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. — 7 August 1869

5 I. f. if i ' 1 J r inin ft ft 4 A' f "at. i I-1 C3a Irnojtt, .ArimMUi Territory. SATUHDAY MORNING.... AUGUST 7. 16G9. Unit Prnnrliro A Rtnry. Thomas notcrltthe authorUM aent for the MlXKR In San rmnoivn. Ordrrn left at h!l frS'i. "o.J0 H'xO, Mrrrunt' l'.rhnn.. Callfernta ttreet, In-low Montgomery, will be promptly attended to. I-P. FUHr.H, momiOTand 21, Jfrrrbnut't Iltr-hange. California itml, fan I'tancltco, ii authorized Uinctat agent for tbe Mist. Slrnrle wjIm of the MISER can be purchal at the Southern Pacific Bailroad. The Los Angeles (California) Daily Xeits of July 24th, says: The San Diego Union is somewhat sensitive on the subject of the Southern Pacific Railroad, and wants us to declare which o( the two routes we arc in favor of, the Thirty-fifth or Thirty-second parallel. Bless your innocent soul, Mr Un ion, we are in favor of Iwth routcs.f The Thirty-fifth parallel wotld pass through the best country, but the Thirty-second would be most useful to San Diego. AVe havo ev...

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. — 7 August 1869

( LocaI IntelliRCiice. Prbscott, August 7, 1869. Tiir rrclRht train of Dr. VT. W. Jones, arrived here Saturday mornbg last, In U days from La Pat wblcb li considered a quick trip. It wan In charge of Alfred Johnson. It brought 85.000 fb.orfft!lM,rwHch IheU. 8. Government, KlMlIng iUniag Company, Gray fc Co., and Levi DMbfqrd received, each, a iharc. The train .tarted back Tuesday morning. Jt Sirn- We naT0 bccn ,0,tl t',ftl J'm 8m,lh who ihtt and killed Jas. Kelson, at Pbccotx, on the 2d Inst, was seon at Walnut Grove, recently. If Smith 1 still in the eotrnty or Territory, he ought to be arrested. Tut Ur. John Duckley.ahard working black imith ef this place, want thoso indebted to blru lo call at hU place of business, on Granite street, tsl settle their indebtedness, previous to Octo ber 1st, a, by that time, he intends to start for California to purchase new material. IxpuJ.8 made a bold break at Etrkland Val ley recently. Mr White had two horses plcketted near the house? the red s...

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. — 7 August 1869

3B' The Canyon of the Colorado. f Jfotflong since vc publlslied ,n BynopsU of the report of Professor Powell of Chicago, on the erertt Canvon of tlio Colorado, which Hb' partially examined and is nbont to thorouirb.lv cxulorc. Ho states that the can- von has never been explored, and that but I nno man has ever nased through it Prufcs nor Nowbcrry, of Now York denies this state 'rnentTand in a letter to the NoV York Tri bone makes public the following in relation to that mysterious gorge. He Kys: "The first knowledge gained of the exis tence and character of this stnpenduous gorge through which the Colorado flows was from tho explorations made by Spanish priests, who, with a real and intrepidity worthy of tho highest admiration, penetrated, at an ear ly day, into every portion of the wide-spread Spanish possessions on this continent. "One of these priests, Padro Escalanti, in 1776, went from Santa Fe through the Nav ajo country, to the Moqui town3; thenco he proceeded northwesterly, ...

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. — 14 August 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. IMIKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATIT.I)AY MOKNINU AUGUST 14, 1M9. NUMBER 31. TILE ARIZONA MINER. VURUSIIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT- l'UESCOTT, TAVAPA1 COUNTY, AKISJONA. suiisoniraox: One Copy, One Year,. . " Six Months Three Months Finnic Copley Papers will 7at be sent nolCM paid for Tnri. nml will Invariably be discontinued S7 00 400 250 23 In wl at the nil of the time paid for. ADVEnri si a. (iir square, one time, W.OO; each additional time, $1.50. Kach additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the fame advertisement for three, six, or twelve month. Professional or business card Inserted upon vc4onaTdi term. .To'b Prinii iipr- Tub Miscn office U woll supplied with Presses, riahi, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor U determined to execute nil work with which he may be tarored In the neatest and best t)le of the art. Work may bo ordered from any part of the Territory, and, wln.it accompanied with the...

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. — 14 August 1869

K I lit . 1 l'ypHOotf ,i .Arizptm '.Turrit ory. KATOdXy MORNINa....AtTf!USTH, 18C9. Sun l'ri iirl.ro AKeney. Thomas Hover. Ii the nnthrtriw.'J rurent fot tho Mlxr.l! in Snn Fmnrlw-o. Ordm b-fl nt hll olEm. So.it) (iromit Boor), Merrhnut's Kichnner, California utrtVt, brlow Muntjromrry, will be promptly attended to. .- U V. risltr.fi, rooim SO and 21. Mrrrhant'i r.hane California ttrrrt, San Krancitco, Ii autliorUrd to act M ngent for the .MlNtc Rlncle coplrt ef Hie MINER con be purvhaW at thi ltofflf. The Labor Question. Just now, the press of California has a great deal to say on the subject of Chinese immi gration and cheap labor, somo editors argu ing that it is to the interest of the whole country to havo half of Asia come here, while others nro of opinion that tho influx of too many Johns would be bad for the country. "Wo incline to the opinion expressed by tho latter, not because wc fear that Chinamen may become citizens and voters, but for the rcaron that, in tho end, they wo...

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. — 14 August 1869

m nirir1 cv, Local Intelligence. rnnicoTT, August 14, 1809. ..tf tr rTivnr.p- This courteous, a ,nd mr nfllcor uasscd through town Sun- i.t on his way from bis new post at Camp T .I-cale to camp mwv - r ,..t, Tor the purpose 01 getting ms who uu i o'ehold god) and moving them to the Toll-Kate. Lin been unable to pet transportation for ton then ho left there, somo three weeks ago. 'understand that the General Is well pleased , nnw location. I.iivT, Wheei-eh A. A. Q. M at tho new camp Intn Fnrt Whlnnln nnil jvfjd.t late last week, and, In company with ... - ... ...1 . lr.ti v. irtn Vnn. A .fX . 11 IJU"HI - ' u Had an lnirouucuuii iu iuu un-u . j Mm lr n ' crpifiliTrt mniltmftn. ii- -' in hit mrinr anrfl n rprnniir ri ivrt j RRiTEfCL Georgo Props, tho man who .1 ,1 Ltrrtanlf m atKnrt ttmM trA In tcJer M siccru intaks to tbe ch.zeni of I'rcs ff in r KiuuucM in lu iiiiiitMUK iuuuv i tui l,j w i . yi- ------ in U ihftfo has been socio talk, in military . ,y ofiindnn' iter Knrl Vhlnnla and...

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. — 14 August 1869

gvctfcott gulucvti.ocmcntsi. eVvirtii.ff Qli.i'iMitfiMitrnittf StUccUancouis. Vr vit v v v ', Negro Suffrage. JjcTcrnl of the Slatqanf the Old U'osLliavc refused at the ballot-box, to-adopt negro suf frage. Of these, Ohio, Iowa ami Minnesota liiaftbonetitioned. Onuof tlm heaviest ar BumetUs'ngaiiist the Fifteenth Amendment offered by the Democratic party is that it Kotu back of tho rights always exercised by the Stares, and enforces negro stifl'rago iioti the States which havo rejected it, else visit fnp upon them a jicnalty. I-owis Df Omiip iMlfof 'Ohio, foilnfcrly n prominent Republi can, in a letter to a friend expresses himself opposed to the enforcement of tho new suf frage rule upon the people of that State. Ho says, Urst, that ho remains unchanged and uncompromising in his opposition to any extension of tho right of suffrage, believing that if any change is to bo made, it would be better to curtail it than to extend it. As for negro 8ufTragi it win, ho snys, upon that vi tal ...

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. — 21 August 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUMB VI. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, IMtESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUM JSC RITTION-: Ono Copy, Ono Year,.' . $J Six Months . 00 " Thrco Month" "ni Single Copies, , , Papers will vet be. sent unless paid for 111 ad vsHice, inl will inrnriabhj be discontinued ut the nd of tho time juld for. Ono minnrc. one time, each aildltlon.il time, fUO. Each additional square, sme rate. A llbenrt tilsconnt will Ik nude to persons con tinuing tho miac advertisement for throe, six, or twelve month. Professional r bnsWss cards Inserted ujn .reasonable terras. .Tola T i-i n 1 i PT- Tub Miskii onico Is well unpolled with l'rese. l'laln, Fancy and Ornamental Tyje. mid the pro. nrlHor Is determined to execute an work with whleh be may be favored In the icatet and best style of the art. Work may Iks ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the eash, it will be promptly executed and sent by mall, or as directed. Persons se...

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. — 21 August 1869

IH-ohooU. Arisionn 'X'orrltory. SATURDAY MOUSING VUGL'ST 21, 1809. Sn ii Priinrlro Agriiry. Thomas UoTCK l the ntithorlrtO ncfnt fr tho Jltsr.n In Sn Kranrlw. Orders lrft nt h! nBlr. 5a :W (-., nil ltnr), MtrrlMnt'n HTdmnire, Collfitrtila ttrect, 1h1o;t Jtuntgonir-ry, will be promptly nllcoiliit to. I T. t'inr.K. nim SO nmt 91, MerrhnntV Kiehance. Ollfnrnla street, San Knmclico, In autburlMil tooctnt ngent fur the MINE It. Klncle cv4t of the MINP.II ran be turehiiMst' at the Piwtiittlce. The Powell Expedition all Right. Letters have lecn received from Major Powell, of the Colorado Itivcr Expedition up to.June 29th, at which tlmo the party were all safe nml lying by for a few days for rest, Tho party hail passed four canyons, of about twenty-five miles each in length, tho walls of which were from 2,000 to 2,800 feet high; were compelled to mako portages of rations, etc., and let the boat down with lines. One of the boats was wrecked with a loss of a portion of tho supplies and instru...

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. — 21 August 1869

0 1 Local Inlolllffciicc. VunscoTT, Angiut 21, 1800. s ,,001. nt ,ll0rt ,lmw ng W c'imorctl ri'je f tha;.k to .Mfrs.ii . tmfpnts wllHntr. of course, f they do not like ono teacher, try another. , gentlemen named commenced, Monday . , t. acli fhool here, mid wo learn that each Wo belicvo the ot U.igM by Mr.Chrii" Is sustained by sub- 1 Mr HogiMB cnnrnin au unit" pci mj i , holar that attends his school. We lioth teachers do well, mil II i,m - , ... i I I-.. In fl'li ithcnisd Is rather limited ror tno. u is opinion of many that the Hoard or Super ' r, ,u ' lid have levied a tax for school pur but they probably had good reasons lor J A Cook, of this place, returned home Wed ,. uyla.it from the military camp at the Toll- - -r . ,. In t in!? made u survey ol rescrvauon M, D. Henderson. 01 tun place, mm a. . . t t .-, .Hiior at Hie noil, arrived on tuu euine , r Henderson request us to return thanks i offluT. of the post for the hospitality ox- to him and promises to retaliate when- i-r U...

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. — 21 August 1869

TAREWELL! Somo nnVnown person has sent us tho follow lng,tnounifh,l waif, from Camp Verde, Slth n re quest for Its publication, and, believing that It has stifllclcnt merit, wo give It to our readers: Camp Lincoln, July 11, 18C8. Farewell, denr friend, a kind f-uewell, I may ne'er sec thee, more On earth; my sorrow soon will end, My life will eoon bo o'er. I've randercd ar lrom friends and honif, My lieart with anguish riven. I've but ono wlu Ood grant It mc, That we may meet In Heaven. I'crhaps below we ne'er shall most, Yet wc may meet above, In Heaven s bright and happy homo Where all la peace and love. God guard and watch o'er thec my friend And grant mo this my prayer, That wc may meet again In Heaven And dwell together there. C. 11. II. Applo Tree Observations. A correspondent of on Eastern paper favors the public with his experience in propogat ing, cultivating and doctoring apple trees, lie nays: "In my travels I have noticed the decay of applo trees, and what 1 consider a r...

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. — 28 August 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1860. NUMBER 33. THE ARIZONA MINE11. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT rilKSCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. strnso rtiimoy : 0rc?.py,?rxToTtLv.:::::::::::::::: oo .i ' Three Months, fflX5JSwm Brt'be VrnV u'nlcis paid for In ad. nSdwAl invariably be discontinued at the ,cml of tlic time paid for. " jp-vHCirriBiycH One snwiTC. one time. WOO; each additional time f l5. T.ach addltlonM square, aanto rate. A llbcrrtt dUeouut will N, made to persons con tinning ita same ..flvertUcmc.it for three, six, or tweUo month. Professional or business card Inserted upon reasonable term. Job Printinj? The Mineii office Is well supplied with Presses. Wain, rncr and OrtnmcnUl W "nd the pro. nrietor Is determined to execute all work with which he may be favored In the neatest and best style ofthenrt. Work may bo ordered from any part or the Ttrrltsry, and, when accompanied with the cash, ll "ill be promptly executed ...

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. — 28 August 1869

liVHOOt t. SATURDAY MORNINT,,... AUGUST 28. 1SG9. Sit 11 rrnnrticn Aeiic TllOMA IloTiT l lh nutWIinl ncmt fvr tlif MlNTIt In Kan Pmneiwo. OrJrrn lnntM eirio, Ni,t1(iinil rlrt. MerrhniilVKiPliainr". California Mreet, brlow Muittuuiery, will be iroiutly nttcnded to. I 1 riIIKR. nm 1 nnd 81, .Merchant'" Kichante. ('iillf.iriiti trwt. San r'ranolco, It nuthorUcd to uct u OKtHit fr the MlNEtt. Slnile ropWt of the MINER ran Iw purchased nt the lHwtofflcr. Mining: Matters. Wo hope no Whito Pincr or other piner will lwcomo excited nml afflicted with itching of the palms, upon glancing nt tho above head, for we are not going to record "huge clean-ups" and "big strikes," yet awhile. However, wo nro pining to do so, and slinll tako advantage of the earliest opportunity to f prend ourself. Just now, owing to scarcity of water, but little money is being taken out of tho mines either quartz or placer in this vicinity, and until tho Lord sends us a supply of tlio fluid, the same state of affairs w...

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. — 28 August 1869

Local Iiilclllgcncc. PnnscoTT, August 28, 1800. SnnmnRP . Our renders may bo Interested n knowfne that, on Tuesday night last, we, tlio editor, whllo slumbering solitary mid alonu. nn a rafter of the Mixer office, were uwolto from our tranquil slumbers by sounds of sweet voices and delicious music, which, for a moment seemed to come down from above, but which, we soon learned, came from a squad of "boys In blue" belonging t" company P. 12th Infantry. Hastily striking n llplit and clothing ourself In regalia, candle In hand, wu descended lh ' stairway," opened wido the portal, looked out upon the sea of serennders, blushed, gaped und felt as giddy m ex-Secretary Uorlo felt while crossing the Potomac. Tbc boys smiled at our simplicity, and in order, wo suppose, to calm the waves of our troubled mind, stmck up "liorlng for lie." This sort o smoothed the way for us to make a cIoht acquaintance with our musical friends, go. in (ho classical language of the spider to the l)y, we asked 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. — 28 August 1869

1 IT it If . Tho Kingdom of Home. The following tong was decided by the com-inltti-f, coiislstlnj; of Alice Cnry, IliyftrJ Taylor an J 0. A. Dunn, to be entitled to the prize oflircd by Hearth and home: Dark In the night, and nihil And drearily Rushes the wind like the wbtcs of the sea: Llttlo caro I, as here I sing cheerily, Wife nt my side ttntl baby on knee: King, Klnc, erown me tho Klug: Home la the Kingdom and Lote Is the King I Flashes the firelight iipou tho dear face, Dearer and dearer as onward we go, Forces the shadow behind us, and places Brlehtncus aronnd us with warmth In the glow. Kluc. King, crown me the King: Home is the Kingdom and Lore U the King I Flashes the lovcllght, Increasing the glory, Beaming from bright eye with warmth of the soul. Telling ol trust and content tho sweet story, Lifting the shadows that over us roll. King, Klnir, crown me the King: Home Is tho Kingdom and Lore Is the King I Richer than miser with perishing treasure, 8crvcd with a service no ...

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. — 4 September 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. YI. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY-"SATURDAY MORNING, FRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. swiscairxiON": " IT QO Ono Cony, One Year, f y j y ';! Xq if " Six Month. ...... ft . OO Tbrco Months JSlj ft" l"rLrfW, be discontinued at the end oftbo time paid for. a ?ur - One square. onTthnc. W.00, each additional time WOt Each additional square, same raid. llhcral discount will be made to persons con tlnul"s the "Imc advertisement for three, or twelve months. l'rpfeipn;vl m tHulnws cards Jncrted npon reasonable) term. ' Jol) XiLixtinfr. Tun Mixr.it omce Is vTeTsuppllwl with Presses, a'Uln. Fancy and Ornamental Type, and "to WO ri. ior Is determined to execute all work with Tlli'h ho may "" favored In tbc neatest and best, -ftyleorttieart. Work may b onWed from any part of the Territory, nnd, when accompanied with the easli. U wilt be promptly executed and sent by mall, or nsdlrceti'd. - .... Tenons sending nj nioner for JrfP?" ndvcrtWwr or job work, may forwar...

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. — 4 September 1869

. 1 'it . mi I I 'I i s i 10 if . I'lHjHoott, .Arlssonu Territory. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4, 18f.9. Jan t'rnnrlern Airrncy. THOWA llOTCr. Wthe anffinrlird nt for the Mrssn Id 8nn Frandioo. OnVn ! t hU oBlc 5ft. an (Mcnml floor), Mmhnnt'i Eichanfr, C'alttMtiln itreet, below Sfonl(toiuerj"i premptly attended to. K I. FlMIKB. ronnuMnnd 21, Merrhmt'i F.hance, California tlrrrt, Kao FniDflKo, l authoring to acta tt-nt forth MINKR. Slntl copici of the Mum en b pnrehejed at the r-oetofflce. The Kansas Pacific; or, Railroad. 35th Parallel Of late, but littlo haA been said regarding the building of this road, and wo who lire, npon this portion of tho route, have at times, felt very despondent about it. Indeed, somo of our people hafc about abandoned all hope of ever seeing work commence upon it in this Territory. Not no we. Our faith in it early completion remains umhaken. Its projectors know the great richness of tho country through which it will pass; the people of tho Eastern, Middle...

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. — 4 September 1869

Local intelligence. rnMCOTT, September i, 18C9. ACCIPKSr.lL SlIOOTINO OF Al-ONZO YoCSO Hl Dmn and Ilinui.-Tlio rrlends ami acquaint ancea of Aluuro Youiitf wore abocked and sor-row-stricken, when, on laat Wednesday evening, word arrived here from the military camp nt tbo Toll-irate, on tbo I'rescott and Mohave road, to ,(, cjfL.ct tbt on the prcvlons evening, ho lost hU life y 01,0 of 1,1050 u"nccoun,a,jl0 accidents that do frfinently occur and take from Earth1 dwellers the Ufa which tho Creator hath given tbem. The details of the sad affair aro as fol lows: Tuesday morning last, deceased, L. D. Hooper, John Funk and E. M. McCarty, left Trcscott and proceeded cheerily on their way (homeward, until arriving near spring, some lire miles this side or tho Camp, when tho party inrned out of tho road to go to the spring, which was some dlstanco from tbo road, up a ravine. Arrived at the spring, the party halted; Mr. Hooper, who rodo abreuit or Mr. Young, wu in the act or dismounting, when...

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