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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 5 September 1868

m Hi? Hi ARIZONA MINER. WEEKLY VOLMK V. ARIZONA MIjVJSR.. $ l iiUwHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. At 1'iiMcoTT. Yavapai Corjrtr, Aukoxa. TERMS OF SUU3CRIPTI0N: i c r,,py, One Year , $7 00 Six Month... 4 00 " Three Months, 2 50 t-ing'e Copies, 25 KATES OF ADVERTISING: 0"'' square, one time, M.00"; oneh additional ?l rj. Each additional stjimro, Mint rate. K ,.'in discount will lie made to imrsons con t - . ng Hi" "juic advertisement for three, sir, or (ft , !ll"tlt!K. 1 r or business cards Inserted upon xi jii i' !' term. C - " t.rqiil Tender Xotet ttikm al par in payment ftt iit'iimption, adcertitlng and Job teork. Term, Invnrlittily In uilvnncc. J jilX II MARION. 1JCXJ. II. WBAVEK. I'ubiilrj nod Proprfetori. 1'HKsccrrr, amzoxa: Saturday mornim," seitemjier im iii i- i n i ii in , ,. " 7 Th TfVnm laT Movement Letter Irom Senator Uoolittle. The following letter from Senator Doo little, opposing tho Third party movement and endorsing the nomination of Seymour and Ulair, will be read with ...

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. — 5 September 1868

J. II. MAItlON KniTon. 1ivncot t, .Arlvsimii UVrrilovy. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER t, 1863. Our Territory and County. In California mid tlio East an impression pre vails nmoug n majority of people, thst Arizona Is n dry, useless, barren country unfitted for settlement by white men. but this Idea is rnplilly giving way. and tho people, having found tlicy were mistaken, nro eagerly seeking for correct Information in regard to Hie Territory ; Its law?, (oil, climate, nnd mineral resources. We were hopeful that Ross Browne's Report would givo a full, fair, and accurate description of tho Ter ritory, but, Rlthough it contains considerable, matter of Importance, and which will, nn doubt, throw a great deal of light upon our Territory, yet the aocount is meagre, and composed, in the main, of "crops sketches nnd jottings of mag netic indlvjdiial whoo heads wcro occupied at the time of penning their " descriptions" with the glory and profit that would accrue to them In the future in a polit...

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. — 5 September 1868

LOCAL INTKLLKiKNCE. . pyisisTHATOu's Bam:. To-day, nt leu o'clock, rc wj bo ollcrcd fur sale, In front of the Cop jj.,ih" l I'reseott, some first-class mining jtroji v liT-loiiirlny to llio estate of C. K. lloek, de- '.' Ilio-i- wi-dilng to purchase feet lit rich i utiiiot llml a better chance. Tuim.-, to ltalbli' A: Schecrer, of tlio Pacific r u r.Vi Montezuma street, for tliolr present of mil of No. 1 luger beer, made out of Arl- t iiini i:v Brum's train Is the only cltlr.cn train j i v seen In our streets for n long time. , y tuAi-s rt-jeulnr trliM to Lincoln and bock j . U, wltli lumber for Unclu Samuel. We e ,t lowiv for a plethora of wagons from l& I'az In f. ! jr. V K Fkiiuis, of Wickcnburg, Is going to Cal , i, a un bulncss. Ho will return In about two tuuntUs. TMitifxivi Sct.ni: is tiik Faiimkii's Mebti.no Mtm'iiri Threaten the "Ml sen" with PMtne i ,- Volt of Venture atktd for. Glory HnhV w vlill live, notwithstanding tlio kindly . ji 4 of tioviTiior McCormlck, lit org...

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. — 5 September 1868

tshc Archly gttteonn gHittcv. Sax Fhancisc Amenit. Mr. Thomas Hovco Is ttaa only authorised ngnt for I lie Miskii In nn Francisco. Orders Ml at his olrlci, New Mer chant's Exchange liullding, room No. an, Califor nia ttreet, will be promptly attended to. The New Chinese Treaty. Following is the full text of the Chincsc AtnOrican Treaty, aa just ratified by the United States Semite: Additional Article to the Treaty httween the b'niied State q.f Amerim and the Ta-Tiiny Umpire, of the ISth of June, 1S6S. "Whcreo", since the conclusion of the treaty between the United States of America and tho Tft-Tfcing Empire (China,) of Juno 18th, 1S6S, circumstances havo aricn showing the necessity of additional articles thereto, tho President of the United States anil tho august Sovereign of the TaTsing Kmjitto having named lor their plenipotentiaries', to wit, the President of the United States of America, AVm. H. Seward, Secretary of State; and his Majesty the KmjKiror of China, Anson Uur lingnme...

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. — 12 September 1868

THE WEEKLY "Ijf VOLUME n bushed every Saturday mousing. AT I'llESCOTT, Yavai-ai Covxtt, Arizona. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, One Year. $700 Six Months 4 00 Three Months 2 50 F,Bg!e Copies, 25 . . RATES OF ADVERTISING: On' uiw, one tlmo, f 11.00; oath additional t'.f..1 ?I W- Eaeh additional square, samo rate. V nbcr.il discount Will be made to perrons con tu.iiff the fame advertisement for three, sir, or ivt ri: months. 1'r.f. .ioual or business card ineortcd upon r ruMf terms. tj Leial Tender Xotei taken at par in payment for tuhtcriptton, adtertitiny and job work. Trrnii, Inrnrlntily- In advance. JOHN It MAUION, ItKKJ. H. WKAVKIt. FuiillthcM ami Proprietor!. Directory of Yavapai County. r Vr JiidlT WlJ. F. Tl'RKER. Yf uute Jud?- Hr.zr.KIAlI llnoOKS, li..ti t Atturnsy .' Joitx Jt. Uorvmnr, s nir A. J. Moonr. I , a-iv HwonUr, JoilM II. 1IKHAX, t ,ni Trnuurcr WlLUlM UOItT, t ,t:t of DUtrlet Court, K. V. WELLS, Jtt. TEltHS OF COUKTSi Da'-r t Court Flrt Monday In May. nnd Thtnl Mo...

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. — 12 September 1868

3flSXAJtLISlI3CT Sinn. 12 lUt. j. li. MAtiibs UmtoK. I'rouoott, Ari'onii 'XVrrltory. SATURDAY MORNING. SKPTKMBEIt 12. 186S. INDIAN MATTERS. During the past week, our Indian brethren have been at their nlil tricks killing mid steal ing. On the morning of the 4th Inst, at Illg Hug. 1C miles East from Prescott, they shot nnd killed Robert Smith, one of the beat and most indus trious of our citizens. Monday night, within n mile of Prescott, they came across two cows belonging to R. Meacbam, klllod one and wounded the other so badly that sho bad to be killed, a duy or Uo afterward, in order to put an end to her misery and sufferings. Thoy packed off very ounce of the flush. bide. eta., of the eowkllled in the woods. These cows wore brought here by Joseph Khlo. from Colora do, over four years ago, and during all that time, managed to escape capture und death by taking to their heels ami running to tewn whenever tney saw or smelt Indians, but the wily savages got thorn In a tight place at ...

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. — 12 September 1868

r LOCAL JNTKLUGIiXCK. litou tju: Vrnrie. Under dateof the Ttti liift., tt, (', Lcnnmi writea us as follows, from tliu nt J t on the J ti Vrnlc, Mow Camp Lincoln: "Tlif ftrmcr of tliii valJoy are stuck nfier .tho u of tluir brethren nrouud Prenott, oinl they j, u t .ii'tii'l tu tit-It any of their prottnco to ton , nu lir a certain price. At a meeting held , t, t rim r of the Hlo Verde Ihh morning, , , ,, i r ' il to si ll no corn for lee tliun nine I , r pound, In gold coin, by placing them- util r Itonds to tho amount of two Uiou t II ir culi, a a forfeit." AI l Atll.B AND PltOllUCTlVE RANCH. From y I) liakcr una I.. J. Cook, who arrived I ,-t wi k from a trip to Dlckaeon ranch, Lowir Agna Frio, Homo 5tt miles East of .. tt we got tho following fuel nnd iljMirc: j v, ar, the re were planted on tins ranch, 2S , ,..f barley, which produced, nearly 1800 ,? 15 aere of wheat, produced 600 liuab ,:,JGO Rfrei of corn that will yield sixty . h to the aire, Pretty good fanning on a , ., o'....

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. — 12 September 1868

She Wcchfy gtviscmn piut. Six Kiummsco Atir.scr. Mr. ThouiM Iloyce Is the only authorised agent for tlic MiNr.H In Siii Francisco. Order left at his olllce, New Mer chant' Exchange Building, room No. 00, Califor nia street, will be jiromptly attended to. JOB JONES. Some hoartlcas wretch has been poking Id proboscis ntnonc the flower ol poey, nnd Roes o tTln an ngouUlnj: parody on "lien Holt," In the following style: Don't you remember lame Sally, .Too Jonc ! Lame Sally, whoso nose was so brown 1 Who looked like ft clam If you gave her a smile, And went luto tits nt your frown ? lu the old goose-pond In the orchard, Joe Jones, Where the goslings arc learning to wln., Lniuc SUly went fishing one wet, windy day, And there by mistake tumbled In. Under old 8lm' brush fence, Joo Jones, That winds nt the- foot of the hill, Together we're seen the old camel go roond, Grinding cider at Appleton's mill ; The mill wheel Is oven wood now, Joe Jouos, The rafters fell on to a cow, And the weasels...

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. — 19 September 1868

THE WEEKLY IjjF ARIZONA MINER. YOLHIK V. pitrcsrorr, Arizona. Saturday tonm, skitoiijkr id, im. SUM NEK. :w. AJtlVSOXV 2IIISTJSIl. rc nt.wiFD Kvnitv Saturday mornino. XT rnWTt, YAVAPAI COC.VTT, AUIZO.VA. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! One Year $7 00 Six Months..,., 4 00 Three Month, 2 50 Copies, 25 RATES OP ADVERTISING: ii b f t ,.ijri one time, $8.00; each additional si v Each additional square, snnie mte. , r il discount will lis made to persons eon n the name advertisement Ibr throe, six, or vrtwnths. ;, ' -- un.il or business cards Inserted upon ' :. ti-rmi. L" it! Tender A otei taken at par tn payment u i rtjition, adcertiting and Job work. Term, Invnrlnlil ' In nilrnncr. ,.iS II SI A I! ION HCNJ. it. WBAVIilt. PuMishrn and I'nrprktori. Directory of Yavapai County. 1 J J.1(T- WM. V. TCKSTR. k j' InAtt JtEZKKIAII IIIIOOKS, , . '-,,r, . y JOHX M. ltOI'XTMKE, k A. J. Moore. . It,Tor.W JotlH II. 1IKHAS, i Tn-wim VTlU.UM CoRT, ( :. Lf UjSnct Court, E. W. WBIU8, Jit. TEUMS OF COUKT8: t r..jr...

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. — 19 September 1868

tMimw.imm Tin, gpicv. ifls't.vu.u..isiiici: in iso i, J. II. .MAHION,. ....i:mto. I'l'OHPot t, jVj'Imoiiii MVi'i'fioi'y. SATURDAY MORNING. PKl'TEMRER IS. 186. OUR SITUATION. Northern AriEona is peculiarly ltstalo. and comes vory nigh being an oanU In n fleert. Our western frontier U bounded by tin Colorado rivor ; our southern, by the Gila, our eastern, by New Mexico, ami our northern, by Utah and Colorado. South of the Gila, our section U cut off front the Mexican State of Sonora by a long strip of hind, which, in some countries, might be onlktl n desert, althoogh portions of It produce grois, and contain wnw farming land. The re gion of conntry between the Colorado river and the settlements in font hern California, is mother Miah a dovert On onr northern border, (be coun try U almost a ttrra iimgmtto, but wo believe it to be n high well-watered and timbered conntry. The distance from 1'rtwcoU to San Dernardino, the first town of any importance in southern Call furttki, h oh on I -...

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. — 19 September 1868

LOCAL INTKLLKJKXCE. Dtt. Y. HowAitn.Wc are glnd lo learn tli.it Oil gentleman, w,o, while atlenilliitc to and wait dl' upon the ,,c,; al WlckrnlmrfC during the sick jyenoii, contracted I!uic himself, Is recovering. Vii win) )iVf arrived hero from otir sister town ilnrltnt tlio ht month spenk In tlio highest terms (,f tlio noble lieiirtrd manner In which the Doctor l.ai attended to this wants of his many jiailuiU, mid of tbe uccc tlmt h uttendod his efforts to restore them to health. peuMov. Sunday last, after tho dote of tlio jtiiutli Krhool exorcises, u liirge audience of the (Ulrrnft of Prntcott and vicinity, assembled In the Court Boom and listened attentively to nn nblc Kfiuon rind In nn linprelvc manner by the Chle! Justice of the Territory, Win. F. Turner. In the absence of a regular Clergyman, this U the nest t-t way In which our Christian people ran servo the Lord, nnd. tilthougb, circumstances over which wr liw no control comel ns to wrve Him In another wuy on Sunday, we ho...

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. — 19 September 1868

She Wcchhj vUonn pincv. S.v Fiuscisco AnRNCY - Mr. Tlioman Iloycu Is the only authnrlicd agon r the Miseu In S hi Francisco". OriliTs left at his olUcc, New Mer chant's Exchange Htilldlng, room No. SO, Callfur nla street, will bo promptly attended to. Gardner's Steam Drill. The Lake Superior (Michigan) Miner, of a recent date recommends the niioptiou, by miners, of the above named drill, describes it, and tolls what it can do. If it can do onc lialf what is claimed for it, its use here in Arizona would bo n great saving in money, timo and hard labor. Wc quote from our namesake : ''Ono of these machines has lately been brought to the country by the Ovinia -Mining Company. They are mado under several patents granted to G. A. Gardner, of Now York, and havo been successfully employed in various public works, mines, etc. The blow is struck by the drill being drawn back by tho cam compressing an India-rubber spring, which, oxjmnding, projects it with great force ; tho number of blows per ...

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. — 26 September 1868

THE WEEKLY 1 ARIZONA MINER. VOIXME Y. IMtKSCTO, ARIZONA: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1808. NO MR 39. PIUMSHEI) EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. At I'anscorr, Yavai'ai Ooi-xtt, Arizova. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: 0;. ' Copy. One Year Six Months, ' Three Months r,.li' Copies, ,.$7 00 . 4 00 .. 2 50 25 RATES OK ADVERTISING: Of fiunn'. on" time, ffl.OO; onch additional t.m tl w. E.icli adiUtlon.il square, same rate. llernl discount will bo mule to persons con- a th' tamo advertisement for three, six, or iv 'v months prof, s-'oual or business cards Inserted upon r . niia'.lr t.rin. Xitf I.tial Tenrli r Xotet taken at par in payment f.r w it Yiption, atlrerthimj and Job vofk. Trrnit, Inviirlulily In ntlvmicn. JOHN H MAIltOX nB.VJ. II. WBAVKU. PublUhrn nnt Iriri"1ir. Directory of Yavapai County. f m Jn.lirn Vn ti J'tilirc 1 1 ir t A irony f . f.if f .ntv ItrmrJrr t rri t iJ'.driet t'uurt. Wm. V TfnNP.n. ... IlK7.KKl.tll IlHOOKS, .. Jons M. UorsriiKK. A. J. Mooiir. Jtlllf H. IIKHAV, William Cour, 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. — 26 September 1868

J. It. MAUtON liwToM.. T'rvHoott, -A.rlv.oim IVrrltory. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2(1. IPGS TRIP TO THE COUNTRY. About noou, Thursday last. wc clambered into a light spring wagon belonging to that most an cient and honorable l'aclflc Coaslor, Mr. Herbert Bowers, head of the firm of Rowers Bros., Sut lers nt Fort 'Whipple, and oldest of n' numerous Yankee family of that name. No sooner hd we seated ounelf on a hair cushion, than Herbert started the ponies, and away we rolled over the smooth, gravelly rood to the post, where we alighted and partook of a very Rood dinner, af ter which we conversed with the gentlemanly officers of the post on Indian and other matters, lit a cigar, mounted tho vehicle, which sped along quickly down Granlto creek, pi&t eome tplendld fields of corn, Hungarian grass, etc. Resides Mr, It. and ourself, the wagon now held two more distinguished personages, Mr. John Reese, a veteran v, ho fought under Roscrronz, and Mr. Rassham, an ancient nnd gifted gent...

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. — 26 September 1868

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. oiikivo men nro badly needed here Just now, and will bu fur Unto to come. Hut ery few Idlers can lit! found here, mid the torment ab tuost pester the 1Mb of the few "gentlemen of lets tire" IlII li t'vn, with appeals to go to their ranrhes and w ork for f 75 nnd f 100 per month, fiood miner nro also In demand. Ynvap.il county i 3 paradise for a laboring mnn, lions Lcckt. Our citizens will not full to rcc. oiled a certain young gentleman named. Itohcrt Lord, who used to circulate In thcc parts ns a L. utcnant In the Federal Anny.nudthny will also rccolii cl that ho w ent to San Francisco, 'resigned' hW commission nnd enlisted ns u high prlvato In an artikry regiment. We had forgotten nil about the fonrlnattng Robert, until, tho other day, somo body ttnrtled til with tho Information that he Is nw Captain of Artllery! "Home men are born grrat, others achtevo groatnow, and still others have greatness thrust upon them." Who'd 'a ibJ'lit It, Kobcrt, my lad? But Boston ...

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. — 26 September 1868

Zt 'chltj j,rteomi glincv. Saw Kiuscisco Aonscr. Mr. Thomas Hojoe Is the only authorized agent for the Mineii In Sau FrnncVco. Orders lrfX ut his otllce, New Mer chant's Kxclmnge HulMltiir, room No. 30, Califor nia street, will be promptly attended to. Continued from first page. observe and note its round shape. Ho then said: " Hut 3011 also say that the world turns over nnd over: how can that be possible ? If it did we would all fall off." Having no means of explaining the attrac tion of gravitation, n strong magnet and a small piece of steel werjts wed to convey the idea, which wa received with marked appro bation. Qucxtions as to what caused the drying up of the ponds nnd lakes, what formed the clouds where docs the rain coma from, what was the nature of thunder and lightning, and many others of liko character, wcro asked and answered. From thirty to forty of their leading rnon came daily for two or three months to receive instruction on such points, until they com prehended them...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 October 1868

THE WEEKLY r ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME V. XiiixoiSjX. imiintisj??,, PI BUSHED EVERY 8ATUUDAY MORNING. AT I'UUrVTT, YAVAPAI, COC.VTV, AMZOKA. TERMS OF SUIlSCUIl'TION: One Copy, Oni! Year S 7 00 Six Month 4 00 i, Three Months 2 50 -c!og!o Copies 25 mi HATES OF ADVBUTIS1NG: On" "snare, one ttmo, fS.OO; cMh additions! tint ft r' Each additional square, mi mo ralo. A a' rr:il discount will bo made to parsons oon I n r-A ttu' ame advertisement for three, fir, or tvrt r-Miioiiiliti Pruu. jusl or business cards Inserted upon r isj'i!'!-- terms. jj,y- lqal TtwUr 4YpM tajttn at par in paymtnt fur iu3 riptwH, (ulcitlltinf and Job aork. Term., Inviirlitlily In nilvniie e. joxn it Mnios iinsj. ii. weaver. 1'ublUhen awl rnfvtotm. Directory of Yavapai County. r .ttffi Jtlr Wd. F. Tithkrk. 1'nbat T-jcisr" IlBMKIAlt HOOOHS, f' s r.. t Attorney JOHK M. KotvrBMt, g. rr t A. J. Moon. I . I!.. MiT Jott II. llfcHAX, i r Ir-uum WK4JAH COBT, l.ei TDiTtrt Owiit, It. W. WCU3, Jo. TEltMfi OP OOCItTSi D iW. t C'.m...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 October 1868

J. II. MA1M0N ilniTOn. Irnc)tt, Ailzdiiu '.rorritory. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTORER a, IXG8. APACHE MOHAVES. Grent complaint is made by citizens ami sol (Here of this county nliout a certain treaty said to havo recently been made by Dr. Rogers and others, of La Par, with tho Indians known as the " Apacho Mohavcs." Indeed, some people go so far ns to say that tho people of Ln I'nz nrc no better than they should be, else they would not nllow this murderous trlbo of Indians to visit their town, as It is claimed they do, whenever they please. VTo havo been Informed that n short time ago. Captain Davis, of Camp McPherson, chased t lot of these Indians, who had been committing depredation, to La Paz, and would hare chas tised them for their evil doings had not some of the citizens of La Paz interfered by telling the Captain that they were friendly Indians, and that it would be murder to kill them. Now, If those Indians were Apache Mohavcs, It is our cool, de liberate opinion that they deserve...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 October 1868

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Trie MosTnzt MA. Wcilroppeil Into this house ,, other day, took a Jook at the Improvement iJiJc I S il U'i'C, Mr. Ehlc, nnd were well pleased ,tfi Die change mode by him. Kitchen, dfnliitr room, parlors, etc., have been ready nnd comfort- -.. .... n . . ...... i ...i . . . . t,y rcmicu, 1 1 ii' nuMiiLu, unit mini iicwiy red, It l hU Intciillon to keep a first clan 1 )Q) flllll HUH lllu V 111- linn lliauu, nu juue !,. will do so, To-morrow ho will Rive n grand i'nner to hU friends, and on the following morn Irz the houo will be thrown open to the public. y bespeak for the Montezuma n share of public j,;r)nnc. Fjintirr MooitE rmd Major Montgomery arrived t. re from Wlckcnburg Sunday last. While (rav MiiiCln the vicinity of Antelope Hill, they thought t; y heard Indians, but, ft. It was In the night, ,n,y could not seennj. frsDAT last wo had the pleasure of an Intro, dcr'iou to Dr. O'Reilly, who, In company with Mor Clendcnln, arrived hero from Cain) Mc Dowell, a sh...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 October 1868

Archly xm jgtincv. &xn Fiubcisco Aobm r - Mr. Thomas Hover Is the only nuthorfccM agent for the MfKttn hi San FranclKHi. Order left at ltln olHrc, New 51 rr chant's Exchange llulldlnir, room No. 90, Califor nia street, will In- promptly attended to. Quicksilver vs. Melted Zinc. Successful colli mining comprise the to scssion of sufficiently nch quartz to jy for cxtrncttuii and working, nntl the ability to extract the (joltl from tho quartz economi cally and perfectly, in as few operations, nml with ns simple machinery, as iKsihle, re quiring the tirvfconce of only such conditions as aro anywhere at hand. "When we fairly examine tho retentive fac ulty of quicksilver for gold, wo find it very limited, indeed; tliat tlic atlinity acts only on tho perfectly pure surface of both a ml- nority of cases in reality and that a reduc tion in temperature so preatly reduces the af- Unity, that it hardly exists below a tcmpem turo or 'VI" rali. I be result is tliat, on an nvcrae, only one hal...

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