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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 May 1864

4 jr ffisDALB A. Hand, -v The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. fVOLLTMB I. FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MAY 25, 1864. NUMBER 6. 1 1 THE ARIZONA -MINER; T. A. IIjVTVD, uililutfv BUI1SCIUP11QS' J JVvuble to advance, irltfeeut iBCaanttoa-- :Jpr one year ' flfer throe radattw - - - Single eoptaa - V $4,00 100 1,50 .10 ADVISRTISlXGt PA Bauare enuals ten lines of this letter. One itfarc or hrn one insertion, 2.00. Each subsequent insertion. $1.00. One square standing lor tlirec months, G 00. For six months, 10.00. For one fear 15,00 and at the same rates for larger quantities. TUCSON TO 3.EKEZ-TAI. AX OUTLKT ON TIIK GULff. MAJOR FERGUSSON'S REPORT. Mksilxa, Arizona, Dec. 2, J8C2. pn the 2Gth of September last I received in- littjietions as follows : 11 KADOUARTKUS Dep't OF TIIR PACIFIC, ) July 26, 18G2. I Gpneral Carleton will send Major Fergu3on, with a sufficient escort, to examine the country, its resources, and the route between I ucwou und Uobo3 bay, (place koowu as Liberta...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 May 1864

J THE AiilZONA MINER. !j ! U)t T. A. tUXO, Publtolier. itOAD to 'rfo duJMF. comparatively small portion ofSonora, ics. Mian hrd of the State. Its diitiftioo'.lV.Tucaon , 220 miles, or bat two-thirds 00tlir6fetanS1d juuajjrnas '-jjf-:.., ! It fs flesfrable tifawever, for many reasons that - " -- -i .Jii-T ; "- ahniiM tlrtlfl 1Iw14V.a nf Sinnn ifi it anttrot.v 4jwr wliroafTJ district Bhould be had at any reasonable cost. It is rich in minerals, and so situated godgtaphically, to California and Ari zona, as to rightly belong to w. When we speak of the purchase of SoDora, we do so in view of matters as they now stand We are yet-. At peace wilh Alexioo and with France, and we would give no canse of complaint by airy attempt to VGqarrrtitrtWy ty fores 6T arm a-, J3csiJpc, we believe tfmt A purchase frpm the Jnaros goyfcremeiit, which is still recognised in Sonoru, might readily be effected. Bat in the not improbable event rjf trouble between the' United States and France, the aspect wonld...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 May 1864

nai .tu or' ft rck 18,1 y it lipw mn to l'h ha Th 00. l tb it w eg mtefi ries (I ecoirj ccide ahoul Hit' at) EE ARIZONA MINER.- WEDNESDAY MAY 25, Tub census returns from brought In by the Governor. below the 01 wire GrkuXl W. Claude Joust, of El l?flso, Texas, has taken up life resioenoe fa Tneten ind will practice lew there. Wx. J. Osbohnb. Esq. of Tucson, secofspauied the Governor to Fort Whipple. He will spend some dy in ikle psrt of the Territory . Bkttkr.- Our latest tiUs of fine Denver paper In dlcute u disposition on their part to deal more fairly it'u Arizona, fer which wo we duly grateful. - 3i YirloWc learii thsfc within the nasi ifirao wcoka noarly $-1,000 ha boen taken from RJuidolls placer claim on the Lower Hassayampa. On one day of last week General Coulter took out about ton ounces from hie claim on Lynx Creek. Sorao large pieces of the precious metal hare been found in the' Big-bug dlggins. Bo the placer aro by no means played out. A. M. Whits, Esq., of Pima, is put...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 May 1864

n "XT It 'X"homtt$ fttfirr Jtliitf Y JOItS 6. WM1T1BR. nmrrir Trr.tt'B.Vtf' laiTBSSSTHOIIf. itaor from the camp ao as to pit the Indians OCj r t line wrong scent, it inure wora any banging y oawAwjvuj around. We took an easterly course, toward a We arrived st Aih Creek at eunttt where we , h inc tte ten or twt Irt miles diBtaot. ami camm-d. At uoon, on the drd, o party oi winy . b ou, i0 A j,. cached Uia top oi the ridge, and I then changed our course to the flown eufct, niopg the ridxe ; uar road-lying thiuugh a magnificent ,: Thu gsta work kid upon his two-score years 1 done, and well done. If we drop our tcart Who lovtd him as ftw men wero ever loved, Utt. to scout in the vicinity of a higb P ,uDn" -, . , . . . ..... US ii that bordera tbo tipper valley oi tne xuu Verde on the west. Wo met oar pacic train on the evening of the 3rd, tit the eietieg, or head of the eaH prunon ot tiie Agun i'na, waere cnmwd until the 5th. While we were campeu pine and oak forest, with here and there...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 June 1864

Tisdale A. Hand, " The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. VOLUME I. PRESOOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 1864. NUMBER T; THE ARIZONA -'MINER v. i. havo, sM.hwm . ' .i" . -r - VujnfoU to adtftftte, wUfcet Far one year - i - - . For six moafha , - For three month - -;; Single oopiei . - m to seek protection. It; impair the Jmv-fcbidingllf any porno approaches yoa and attempts any ADVERTISING A square ennuis tea linos of thii letter. One i Aa . t . A ntonrhnn x l IM! t in.v aminrrt crfinmitflr for inrp.n Vtmnthn f! 1111 li'rvt tt V mnK0 C ft fill H VY1 riTlO rAnM. i fin w i rif- t h a nniMA ntnrnp mm rirmiiu u. s. mstrict cowt. " PtrT to rtmirm r 'ia Air 4 w iha og nwivil Jl HV ilk' THE FIRST JUDICIAL DI8TBICT, AT TUCSON, MAY TERM, A. D. 186'i. Gkntlkmbx of Til Gxakd J DRY You aro hn firsjf. rrrnnrl innnaet aver dulv amnanelled and . .... r .l L t eworn DT autuontv 01 irw, in una 1 ennui ?. i it 1 vour action oonav. commoncea tne uiuiciai ih .lit v 111 h 1 . 1 1 l 1 1 1 t.i 1 v ni...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 June 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. "The Gold of that Lund ia good." T. A. JIASVIK IuJ)llMl).r. PKESCOTT, WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 1804. PKI2SCOVV.' At oor renders will quickly perceive, the Miner Of to-day hails from a new placo of publication The number due on the 8th of the present month, wo3 not issued on account of the confusion of our 6fiice attendent upon its removal from the oW site of Fort Whipple to this new town. W are now comfortably and conveniently located, artfl tTij paper will be regularly sent off, for the present semi-monthly a3 heretofore, though at an early day wo hope, to cruet our friends and w w w patrons, with a weekly edition. Fresco tt, is situated upon Granite Creek, one mile to the south, of the well known Granite !Kanch of Sheldon. .Smith and Forbes, and one and u half miles south of the new eito of For Whipple. The distance from the old fort where dur office has been from the starting of the paper js about twenty-three miles, in a direction nearly southerly. Proscott is about...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 June 1864

THE ARIZONA MTNMi, WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 1804. THE ELECTION. ' I Governor Goodwin and Secretary M'Cormick, ve moved tlioir tents from the site of old Fort Whipple, to a pleasant locality on tjae west bank JfjGranilo creek, opposite to Prescott. I aye tub Trkes At the request of tho town jommissioners, and from our own feoling in tho Jotter, we urgo our citizens to spar tho trees "n the town site. Not ono should bo cut down ar disturbed unless actually in tho way of build rig. They yield a pleasant shade, and add great er to tho beauty of tho locality, as all must allow. Indian Matters. Col. Woolsey's second oxpo lition composed of 93 men, started on tho first instant, and is supposed to havo gono from Big Kump's valley, in a southeasterly direction. iMajor Willis, with Co. F, of tho California, from Fort "Whipple, has been on a scout to Big Bump's. Lieut. Baldwin. who arrived hero lato in May, with tho relnainder of Capt. Pishon's Sivalry company, has been scouring tho Big Bug country....

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 June 1864

A FROCXAMATIOX, M JOflK K. GOODWIN, GOVERNOR OF AltlZONA , TERRITORY, ORDERING AX H LECTION. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Wvireas, in and by the second Section of an act of the Congrosa of the United Stales, en titled, M An Act to provide a temporary gov ernment for the Territory of Arizona, and for OA. 18fi3. ; it is enacted " That the legislative powor shall nonaiaL of a Council of nine members, aud a House of Representatives of eighteen." Axd. Wiikrkas. m the samo Section it is further enacted, that " Tho act organizing the . Territory of New Mexico, aud acts umenda torv theroto. together with all legislative en actments of tho Territory of Now Mexico, not inconsistent with this act, are in force in the said Territory of Arizona, until repealed or . annulled by luturo legislation. 'And. Whereas, in and bv the fifth Section of said act organizing the Territory of New Mox - " ico. it is enacted, that " An apportionment "' shall be made, as nearly equal as practicable, Precinct No. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 July 1864

' w ARIZONA Im JL JL in HnooS xJhe Tisdalb A. Hand, "The Gold of that Land is good." t Publisher . . ' ' yOLUMB .L PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, .WEDNESDAY JULY 6, 1864. " . , .. NUMBER S. a.Mi , ii m. n. o ,.,., , -, - ' 11 1 " " ' , i H ,m hot i , , ,, ,. .. i THE ARIZONA MINE. T. A. EA.WD, PultliAhOr. "' MTmSQRlP'BlOB I Payable in ad vauocf wlthpix.i OBBtioa-rrr; . ; For one year - - - . , - - $,00 For hIx mouths - - - ' 3,00 For three months - 150" Single copies - , - - , ; iW ADVERTISING! A sonare cnuals ten Hugh of this letter. One I Square or lesn, one insertion, '2,00. Each subsequent HtiHf.rtion. j1.UU. "Jue square siiuiuiuk mice Rwmitlm. fi.no. For i.T morithn. S10.00. For one lyear $15,00 and at the same rates for larger quantities. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. IAUK1. NOTICIS. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, In Admirality. Whkreas, a libel of information has been filed Rn the District Court of the United States, with fin and for the first Judi...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 July 1864

THE AllIZONA MINEtt. 'The Gold of that Land !i good.' PRESCOTT, WEDNE3DAY JULY 0, 1861. Aoknts. WilUdin T. Osborne, Tricaon ; CharlcB A. Phillips. La Paz ; A. M Hunt, Santa Pc ; William II. Tobey, San Francisco. jv nr niinaa and minora, AT man who has ifo years struggled to attract Jbo attention of government to this long-neglected region, afift who was in any degree instrumental in securing its organization ; who when it was not safe for a white man to live here, came hero and inveBted his money, and had persistently endeavorod io convince the world (ovon at his own pecuniary loss.) of our vast mineral resources, has positive claims to our confidence and honors. If such a candidate be in the field, thongh ho bo not demonstrative, though he has not time to take overy elector by the button-hole and fill his ears with some portentious promise, though he 1&OA2XS TO THE COLORADO. There is a difference of opinion n3 to the best route from the Weaver and Wulkor mines to the Colorado r...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 July 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. WEDNESDAY JULY 0, 1864. 2 v'wEhb Governor hats appointed George VV. Forsco Constable nt Weaver. 1 jjjjfHoM. Joseph C.McKidben, of California, has been Anointed Governor of the new Territory of Montana. $W i,rgHBU. S. Senate has passed the bill appropriating 300.000 for tho erection of a Branch-Mint at San TftuCiauu. 7 mBOt tt ' t t,. il. - r 1 1 1 gutd Santa Fe, having learned of tho serions illness of iSS wifo. Judge Howell's conduct of the recent Dis- itrict Court in Tucson, the first term held m the Terri tory, is highly spoken of by the legal fraternity. W8. M. Wall, Fred. Heury," Frank Binkley, and D. Scott, four of the five men who fought the Indians so bravely, near Turkey Creek, some wceka since, have nearly recovered from their numerous wounds. We regret to report tho death of Samuel Ilerron, the other taemher. of the party. lbs our third page will bo ibupd a column of La Paz fSdvcrLfccincnts. Thcv came iust too late for insertion jilfour last number. The...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 July 1864

OFFICIAL ;,,. ..r. A II0!A3iA,ri03?f . bt jon 9, ooomvw. governor op Arizona TERRITORY, ORDRRISO AN KLHCTlON. TO ALL WnOM IT MAT CONCERN : "Vii?5RBA8, in and by the second Section of an Mi of tho Congress of the Uuited States, en titled, M An Act to provide a temporary gov ernment for the Tnrritnry of Arizona, and for ' t-ther purposes," approved February 24, 18 G3, . it is enacted " That tho legislative power shall consist of a Council of uine members, and a , House of .Representatives of eighteen," And, hkreas, m tno same bection it is !' further enactad, that " The act organizing the ' Territory of is ew Mexico, and acts amenda tory thereto, together with all legislative en actments of the Territory of New Hexico, not inconsistent with this act, are in forco in the tsaid Territory of Arizona, until repealed or unuulled by iuture legislation. Ann. Whbrkas, in and by tho fifth Section of aaid act organizing tho Territory of New Mex ico, it is enacted, that "An apportionment . sba'l...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 July 1864

, I II I ... I . ' -I , I I1 " ' 11 " III I,. 1 1 I - III. Ill II I , . .-.. . ? ( ."7, ' ' 11 '" ", TlSDALE ;.EANP, ' : '.The .Gold of that Land is good." " 'PUBLISHER VOLUME. I. PRESOOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY JULY 20, 1864, NUMBER 9. ' THE ARIZONA' M I N If,. if T. A HAKD, J? tifclis uis Payable is jMlrmoTri&oat keytion For ono year J,- - 1 r - For three months ; - - - j Single copies - - ' - 1 -C $&0 8,00 1.BT3 ,10 I ft ADVERTISINGS canals ten lines of this lettor. II A sqnare equals ten lines of this lettor. One square or less, one insertion, 2,00. Each subsequent nerrfnn. 61.00. Onto Knimrn RLmdintr for three months, $0,00. For six months, 10,00. For one tyear $io,uu ami ai luesame raies lor larger quuuwuua. LEG-AL ADYERTTSEMENTB. XilBEIi NOTICE. UNITED STATES OP AjU ERICA, First Judicial District of tlio Territory ) of Arizona, In Admirnlity. f Whereas, ft libel of information has been filed m the District Court of the United States, with in and for the First Judicial Di...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 July 1864

THE AUIZONA MIXER. "The Gold of that Unci to good," A. HAND, IablITier. PRESCOTT, WEDNESDAY JULY 20, 1864. Agents. Willinm J. Osborne, Tucson ; Charles A. Phillips, La Paz; A. M Hnut, Santa Pc ; William H. Tobey, San Francisco. 1 .. Tn answer to repeated innine3 us to whether' ithe Governor intends to authorise weekly mails to bo carried from here to Tncson owl La Paz. ns reported, wo would any that he has no power to do more than decltre the same to be necessary If apon his statement to that effect any partiea chooso to undertake the oervice, upon their own !lM?i i i .il . 1 responsiouity, trusting to ins approval ana re muneration of tbe(general government, they will, of course, be at liberty to do so, and we learn that tbore are several who have such Intention. plan was approved by the Secretary, and the! XECTION RETURNS, nilding will bo hired ft is to be of hewn logs, 'PhP following are the returns hinufficinn of , . .it t .. at i I ' u eareuiiiy put up, ana win ue upon vunuy .-...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 July 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. WEDNESDAY JULY to, 18C4. The Fourth of July wa3 celebrated at La Par. Judge AUyn delivered nn oratiou. Oapt. Paulinb Wkavbu and Mr. Prank TMnkley arrived here to day from Weaver. We have Been butonc copy of the tfew Mexlcfin,(San ta Ke.) since the Minbp waa started, although we have Bent our paper regularly. Will the publisher take the hint? We should be glad of back numbers. Clayton Ralstin, Eq a young lawyer from Illi nois, arrived here with the ColoradiauB, and will open an ofllce at an early day. Dr. Clutter, late of the ar my. who accompanied him here, will also open an office. A ILtS bear that la tely a Mexican fitrackarich deposit off bjll aide, op Lynx Creek, near the trail from Granite Crce.., whence, by dry washing, he took forty ounces of gold In apingle day. That will do. Messrs. Warn: & Noves have their steam grist mill in full operation at Pimo and aro turning out large quantities of excellent flour, some of which has already found its way here, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 July 1864

MINING- LAWS. At a meeting of the miners of Lyox Greek and ficinity, held piirenant to uotice, on tho 24th day of November, 1893, at tb office of the Re corder, the following laws, for the got ernment of quarts mining, were adopted. Resolved, Thnt the boondariw of this quartz raining and mineral district bo aa follow, viz. commencing at a bald mountain near the sink uwd to the west of Lynx Crook, running in a southerly direction following the dividing ridgo of the waters of the Agua Fria and llaasayampa rivers to a large pine mountain about thirty miles in au easterly direction Irom tho place o aommoncement, thence in on easterly direction to the Apua Fria river, Owe up the Agua Fria nver, fallow ibr the bd oi tne f Uatu in a north t iy direction to Woolly Vnch, theoce in a itortei-lv dteeetion to the JpWo of beginning. . ftaoired, That tfce naflW ibis district be Itote m the Walker (ris Mrolag District. Attcl i.. The officers ofrthfl district shall consist of one President and one ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 August 1864

The G-olct of Chat Land is goocL" Publisher. i- jr. Txmalb A. Hand, volume" l t ' i ' ! 1 1 THE ARIZONA MINER.'' rj?. a. iiFA.Ni, i'uiiiifluW. ; fcajfaWe in aAvaaoo, with 6a t SpUoa ,, For one year " - - - $6,00 For six months 3,00 For three months - - 1,50 1 Single copies 10 PEES0OTT, AKIZOFA, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10, 186'4. NUM Bill ntn iWMmimiiiiiimMim'iiwi,iiina ii'auum TUB PRE-IHSTORIC MAN OF ARIZONA, NUMBER ONE. Editor of the 1 Arizona Miner. Every new expedition against the Apaches, or exploration m search of new gold aud silver wondora in this rich gem of mineral lands, brings to light some ruined city in its bright valleys, or niou deriuir tortresa on its romantic mesas, we tread upon the urns that contain the ashes of an unknown dead, Evidences of a high civilization are mot with at every step in this hitherto terra incognita, and the questions naturally force them . . . i , l.l ...liil selves upon tue mina, who reareu tneso euiuues and built theso walls? who constructed these...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 August 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. MT1 Gold of that Land ll'good.' Ube Hun Fruuoieeo uowb m tb will be ft great improvement on Iliad, excopt lately, via La Paz. glad to hear thai Dukes & Co. and Mr. Hardy, bor 12, current series, will govern the treatment of for its oxteut and wealth. PKliSOOTT, AUGJJST' 10, 1801. of Hardy's Landing, above Fort Mohave, pro- these Indians. Guides (from Col. Woolsey's command) -'Occupy iug an isolated and difficult stnlim, po3e to send goods to Prescott. They will find will bo furnished who know tho country and haunt .of with inadequate means of communication nS : a rrood market, and our nnnnlo will hail with eat- the Indians. Orcat results nro, expected rrom tnis I I - " ' I-" I"- .------- 1 . "1 .. . rt . m k. Ill am I A II lllll W IUI1UT LU Ull li Lt 1.1 IliliW Tl III 1 llliriinM. a... :iw,w. nnBn ; " i" 1 i rt.uvin fliia cominanu, aim every wuu u (jyw thu jbtiuyum --- Vs""". "lu'uuj .chi-.w.. urv-ijr ...wuauiu u.uuiuvuu w ui b - jcuvor to surpass his comrades...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 August 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10, 1804. A OAJtD. ) . I. Messrs. Samuel Adams and Charles Leib, candidates in the recent election, having seen flt to mako sundry charges against the Arizona Minbk, I take this occa Bion to say that they arc utterly groundless So far from refusing Mr. Adams a hearing, when at Fort "Whipple, in April last, I repeatedly asked him to givo me, for publication, a full statement of his movements In regard to the navigation of the Colorado, but ho did not sec flt to do ho. Doctor Leib'a tickets were the first job work done after the removal of the Minki office to Prcscott, and were ready some hours before he left for La Paz. Moreover they wero called for by bis friends in ample time to have them distributed to all parts of the Territory, and were used in this dis trict, if not in others. The charge that the Miner re fused to print them promptly, is in keeping with the intimations of Messrs. Adams and Leib that they were allowed no hearing in theso colum...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 August 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. MAXIMILIAN. In regard to this person, who landed at Tora Cros, May 28 the Eclectic Magazino has the following : Tho Archduke Maximilian ia a lineal descend ant of. tho undent and illustrious house of Haps burg, which has given to tbo world a largo num bcr of the most powerful sovereigns on historical record ; and which, in tho male Tine, became ex tinct bv tho death of Charles tho VI, on tho 20th of October 1740. By tho Pragmactic sanction, the succession to the throne was transferred to the female branch of tho family, for want of male heirs, and Spuria Theresa, tho eldest daughter of Charles VIM who bad espoused Francis, Dnke of Lothringen, on the 12th of February, 1730', became Empres3 of Austria, and the descendants ot tho houses of Hapsburg and Lothringen have since occupied the throne of the Austrian Empire The Archduko Maximilian was born on the 6th of July, 1832, and is now in his thirty- second year. The Archduko was Yice-Adrairal and Com mander-in-chief ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
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