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

f1 J If -i Gentle Folks. A look on "Good Society" lias just been piilillsliul in En'ulaiTcrby'rt countess, in wliich, after quoting Huslcin ami Ktncrr-pn on what constitutes nKontlcinnn, olie goes on to give 'HicrrSvKl sciSiulo 'rcnectroiia'oh tllo snbjdct. .She says: " Manner is only to be defined by a scries of negations. The uell-brod person i;hiw;iK mnner tTlio 'wiiII-brcd'jMjiTon is '(lis Hnguishcd froth the ill-bred person, not by what ho does, but by what ho leaves nndono. Tim wull-brcd penum just diilera from the ill bred person in that he knows what ho oufht not dp. Tho very best breeding consistn . , cJitiCfly iiiT-lip jitinostunobhiYircnbss. fTdbc woll-brol and wcil-niannered, in short, is to keep dow n the ego upon every occasion ; to control every expression of Rtrong feeling; to bo of noiseless bearing and gcntlo speech; to abstain from nil that may hurt tho feelings or prejudices of others ; to make small sacrifices without seeming to tnako them; inn word, to remember...

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. — 11 September 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rHESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. stxusc rtnrriois": Ono Copy, One Year. $7 00 - " Six Months 00 ii " Threo Months 2 50 Single Copies, 23 Paper will not bo sent unless paid for Jn ad- ranee, and will invariably be discontinued at the end ofthottmo paid for. One square, one time, $3.00; each additional time, $1.60. Bach additional square, same rate, A liberal discount will be made to persons con. tlnulng the same advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. Professional or business carda Inserted upon treasonable terms. Job Printing-. The Misnn office Is well supplied with Presses, Plain, Fnnov mid Ornamontal Type, and the pro prietor I determined to execute all work with which he tnsj be favored In the neatest and best style of the art. Work may ! order1'.! frnm eny part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, It will be promptly executed and sent by mall, or as directed. Pcr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 September 1869

C3U I'rcsoott. .Arixonu Territory. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11. 1669. Sum Kriinelsco Ai(rnc'.-Tm)VA BOTCE li the tMiUxirire-l ajrtt for the MlVEIt In Son FranclMO. Orders left athli office Xo.aO (second floor), Merchant'! nichso'. CalUnrnU street, belew Slvntgrowry, t lit te jwr1? uttesdod to. U P. ruillElt, rooms 20 and 21, Merchant's Eiehaare. CaHforala street. Pas rraoclsco, U aatborUed to act as agent fur the Mnrx Slnjle topir f the MLNEB can be purchased It the I'oUoKce. Bemovol of the National Capital. A lively Interest Is being taken by the peo ple of the Great West in the question of re moval of the National Capital from Wash ington to St. Louis, and wc hope to see the question discussed until tho transfer is made. If it is the desiro of tho people of all tho States and Territories to live togctherwwrr, under one flag and one government, the cap ital should bo removed without delay. Wc need scarcely say that wc are in favor of "sticking," and, as a matter of cour?e, favor...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 September 1869

Local Intelligence. I'lttacoTT. Soplcmbor 11. 18C9. Conversion and Death of Twelve More Heathens. Glory to God nnd Our Cavalry. I'inn.lv inclined people on the other side or ho Rockv M-mnu!n. who rvad the Mixer, may ,,-,e 'upon jrlanclnjr their eye over the above Jinp that tbo editor la a decidedly profane wre'ftT bit such, we assure them 1 not the case. ur moral Mandlnff Is Rood, but our manly bont i throbs to Its inmost recess over mu jjhuu news w are about to make known; wo feel ...,. 'ill to God and thankful to the agenU v rjsi-U which He accomplished bis purpose, and ... it.u occasion to publicly proclaim our grat ,,,1,' The sudden death of twelve strapping. m ,.,1,-rous Indians. U sufficient causo to stir the i, ,1 and eladden the heart u! any frontiers- m.n Then, be It knoun that on the 22d day of i ' nt last. Peace CommUsiooer Somerby." Iwbo also holds the rank of Captain In the 8iu cavalry, with twenty-nine, flshllng -friend'' or CVuipviy li. 8th Cavalry, ciiircns Wlllard R...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 September 1869

wscott Sulvcvttecment . n tt a v. ... j .. tv . m Fifi I TP l if? if After Stonewall Jackson's death, nt Chan ccllorsvillc, n story became current nmnng the Confederate legions which the- poldicra lovotl to tell over tlio fires of their bivosuc that, on account of his extreme piety, when their 'famous chieftain fell, a detachment of angels left the heavenly gates to visit the fcrtttle-ficM fend escort the hero's soul to hea ven. The celestial squadron searched the close-strewn plain, but without effect. He whom they sought could not bo found, and they returned mournfully to heaven to report their want of success. But lo! behold I on Arriving they found tho spirit of the immor tal warrior there already. Stonewall Jackson hail math a flank march, and got to heacen be ore them. Gltcerixc. Among tho uses of this arti cle, which aro summed up in long array by tho Scientific American, are the following: Tubs and pails saturated with it will not shrink or dry up. Butter tub9 arc kept sweet...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 September 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YI. PilKSCOW, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18. 1869. NUMBER 3G. i) Hi PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rHESCOTT. YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. StTJlSOmi'TION's One Copy On Yir,. .. filx lonth".... Three Months, ...$roo . . . 4 00 . . . 2 50 as Single C;;: YVcnVunlM lo'lbr Inad rmcra will npi do ,i ,,-, .. . i rant. and will inrarumy oc u.kUU, end of the time paid for- twclre month. . Wofc-lonaVur busing card 1 werted open r-ionatle lorm. .T0I3 JPrintiiipr- the MHen nfner. Is wliTsupptled with Pre'". PlTlAT Fnor nd Ornamental Tjpc.-nd bo pro "ftr li determined "f"""' b"J wt,lrh he may be favored In the neatest ami oesi (tvlcoftheart. ... Work may be ordered from any pert or the Territory id, when accompanied with the cm h n Xl promptly executed and sent by mall, or su directed. Person, sending n. oner for u ""H"";. alrrrtflneorjob work, mar forward It by man, r otti"rwie, at their own "K. , 5T Uwl TttviT Sottt taUn at par m payment "r uiirlpti, aJ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 September 1869

trcuootl, AiiKoim Territory- SATUUD AY MOKXING, SEPTEMBER 18. 1869. Shu KrnnrUco A nriic Thomas BOYCEls the mlhcrirfd rufeol for the Ml.NKR In San Fmneico. Orders left at hi office. No. "JO (second floor), Merchant" Eirhanpf . California street, below Moaigmnery, will t promptly fUteuded W. UP. Fwnr.rt, rooms '.Band 21, Merchant's Khanre, California street, Pan Francisco, In authorised to net a acnt fur the MINER. KInRle coplc of the MtNKK con b purchased at tbe rostotfico. . Tho New York Sun and Arizona. While tho military and citizen of this Ter ritory aro struggling, with all their might, to gain ascendancy OTcr it savago tribes of In diana, and "conquer" it for tho United State;, "peace snakes" East aro erecting bar riers to prevent them from so doing. Hut, they might as well undertake to crush civilization as to stop its steady, onward race. Tho bit terest and most short sighted of those who advise Government to abandon tho Territory to its " wild men and wild beasts," is Charl...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 September 1869

five mmi!' Local Jiilclllffciicc. I'iikscott, September 18, 18C9. WAUNCTGnovK.-T. W. Iirooks, A. C. Swain, Md oilier hearty-looking, energetic Grovors ar rived hero Sunday lost. Mr. Iirooks has sold Lis ranch to Geo. Jackaon, and hU tlircfblnjt m chlno to Win. Carlisle, llo brought up with him two wngims, loaded with barley, flour, corn meal, and other products of tho ralley. The flour was made at the mill of Mr. Lambertaon, from now wheat raised In the valley, and Is fald to bo ex cellent. Arrivals from Nkw Mexico Nine men with two wagons and seTcral animals arrived early the present week from New Mexico, via tho 35th Parallel route They report others on the way. They met, at the Little Colorado, Messrs. Foster, Babbitt and another man, of this place, who were on their way to Now Mexico for flour and cattle .. .They brought In news that one of tho Miller prospecting party, whilo out bunting In the vicinity of San Francisco mountain, was at tacked by Indians, who wounded htm. They d...

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. — 18 September 1869

Mortality Among the Mormon Children. A Salt Lake letter eaya: " This city al ready shows its bad effect on the offprint;. The site Is 4,000 feet nliovc the level of the sea, In a dry and bracing climate, equally free from extremes of heat and cold, and con scaucntlv it should bo one of the healthiest ciucs in the world. Exactly the revcreo is .the fact The death ntte of all ages is a littfc more than twice tnai Ol uiooiaio Qi urcRon, and greater than that of Jcw lork or New Hrlpiiw Wlir-n ra Prime to children the tli.4- I naritv M still more frightful. By actual Stat- istics it is shown tlmt tho mortality among children is grentcr In Salt Lake City than riny other in America, except Xew Orleans, ana tho death rate of Utah is only exceeded by Louisiana. The Mormons have greatly exag ceratod tho population of this place, which 'really contnlns a little less than 18,000 souls, , and in this small number tho sexton's report r .. , . I ..... L..U.t... .1. ! I ior uciouur lusi. uic ucaimi...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 25 September 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. THE ARIZONA. MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY 'MORNING, TRKSCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUJiSO rUPTION: One Copy. One Ye.w. $ 7 gO Sir Month ii Three Month bl lnd Copies, , f Papers will not I m"1 un,c"' l"ld for ,n !d- Tranee.mul will inrariahly be discontinued at tho nd-of the time paid for. VDVJCIt riSITO: One nquarc. one time. 43.00; each additional Hlmc, f 1.50. Etch Additional square, aamo rote. A lll'cmt dlfcount wilt be made to persons con tlenlnc the fame ndvcrtUctncnt for three, six, or twelve months. ProfrtMonal or business card inserted upon reasonable terms, Job J? i-ixi t i n Rf . Tilt Mixnn office Is welleupplled with Presses, Cain. Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor is determined to execute all work with liirh he may be Uvored Icthe neatest and best style of tho art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory and, when accompanied with the cash, M will be promptly executed and sent by ranll, or is directed. P...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 25 September 1869

Prosoott, .Arlvsonu Territory. SATUnkvYTlOUN'ING.SKi'TEMDKK 25. 1869. i Sii KriincUro A eency. TlinM.t llou'i: Is the nuthnrlsed aftent fur the JIINr.it in San Franrie. Orders left at bis ofllo, No.;(MTiml floor), Merchant's Kirhans;, Cullfurnln street, Mow Mwitiromrry, will bo promptly attended to. , j--p-fiKRi ,,, yOnml 51. Merchant'! Kiftamf. California strret, 8n FruncWto, If authorise t act M rurrol forth. Ml "IKK. Single copies of tie Mtxr.M cn be pteledjit the t lloSlf. Col. Foster, Quartermaster nt Drum liar racks, Cal., is soon to be relieved from duty nt that pot. . . .Cpl. Dana, U. S. A. Pay uvs tcr, left Wilmington, Cal., for this Territory, the 7th inst. . . .John G. Saxe, the poet, Is in California. .. .Iowa claims n population of 1 ,034 ,000.... A stago wos robbed in Idaho, on the night of the Cth Inst., of about $40,000 in gold... . Twelve hundred English families are coming out to settle on the line of the t'mith Parallel Railroad. Their agent has bought 32,000 acre...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 25 September 1869

Local .IiitcIIlKcacc. I'iikscott, Seplcmbcr 23, 1809. Cost: But. Saturday last, four good citizens of this vicinity kit for their iormr home in Mi-oiirl. Tbcy wcri'S. It. Son", Win. Vincent, Clark Williamson, (nephew of A. C. Williamson, of Point of Hocks), and Slono AH expect to return, and Mr. Slono will bring hi family with mm. They went cut .win ruraiici romc Jack Fiumt, In all his hoary wliltenis, descen ded upon this section Saturday night last, biting Vines, etc So far as wo have been able lo leani, the corn wot not Injured. The day was very windy; In the afternoon, a good shower of rain full; towards ulght tho utinoiphero grow quite chilly, and taking advantage of theso things, tho .Id fellow inado an eav descent upon his llrst fulI.vIslL Cap Wmiiti.k VAmirfiM Coviqck. Scores of Mir rny and festive townsfolk wendixl their war to 'the fori, Friday night last, nnd witnessed tbo performance there given by the soldier-actors of the above named .company. Of coursej'itll 're turne...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 25 September 1869

Splinters of Thought by Josh Billings. Tho heart of a truo friend is liko a mirror if you look into it you soo yourself ,tbar. Wisdom that don't make us happier ain't jn wuth plowing for. I am dredful fond uv melody, and a banjo, with a nigger hung tow it, will nock more senso out uv mo in one ulto than I can get back in 2 weeks. It is a good plan to kno many people, but let only & fu kno yu. I havo no more respect for those who cater 1 to my imaginashun, than I har for tho man ' who fust invented gingcrpop, I never knu n man uv much wisdom who could iig n song .well or play a fiddle. I don't care how much a man talks if ho ays it in a few words. Kcwards delercd mako us miserable; it is just so with punishment When I wuz a boy I bed rather be licked twico than be pos poned onct. Thar is ono certain; reason is more than master of tho pashuns. If this is probably so, tho man must bo a phool who ain't bos uv himself. I think it reduces tho storamick ako to hoi- ler; so I think it l...

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. — 2 October 1869

k THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. jfWA VOLUME VI. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, TAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. STJJ1SC RIPTION": One Copy. One Year S 7 00 - Six Months 4 00 " Three Montbi 2 50 Pintle CodIu 25 I'nncrs will not be iwnt unless tuvld for In ad v.incc. and will intvifmVy bo discontinued at tlio cud of tiic time p.Aia ror. One square, one time, 13.00: each additional time, 1 1.50. K-vch additional square, ssmo rate. A literal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the timo advertisement for three, tlx, or twelve months. Professional or business cards Inierted uon ressonsble terms. Tol IPrintinef. The Minbii ofllee U well supplied with Frcjs . Tlnln, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the "pro prietor Vs determined to execute all work with which he may be favored In tuctiCAlcst and best style ofthenrt. Work may 1ms ordered from any part of the Territory, anU, when accompanied with the cash, It will be promptly executed and sent by malt, or At directe...

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. — 2 October 1869

5V V- l I IVcseott, Arizona Territory. SAIUUDAY MORNING. 0CT0I1KR 2. lff.9. Pun Krnnrlern Agpnr)'.-THOMAS HOWK li the unttmrltej etr t the MI.NPH In 8nn I'rnnolwo. Ontrre It-ft ut Ma gfflon, Nu. 30 (accrmd flcor), Mcrrhnnt'n E ichanirr. Cnllfmnlft tnrt, t-ekw Montgomery, wit! be promptly attended to. U I'. FBIIRR. ronme 'JO and SI, M erch an t. Exchange. California itree t. San ranclco, li authorUed to act aa Rlnrle eoplm f the MttttX can be purchad at the j Arrival of Immigrants. Tho Jong threatened immigration from White Pine, Nevada, is beginning to arrive. Since tho date of our last, nearly 200 persona have arrived here, from that region, and a great many more are said to bo on tho way. 3Iost of those that have already arrived are well-to-do people having brought with Ihem, money, animals, wagons, mining tools and provisions. Tbeso people express themselves highly, pleased with our section of the Terri tory, and will immediately engage in mining, ranching, etc A few others who c...

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. — 2 October 1869

.V Local Infellik-encc. I'liKscorr. Oc'oberl. 18C9. TiieIatk i:.xrr.osix. AccnnnlH do not agree t the ci f Jl' P"'lur exp1oIon In Hell's rnnyon. n short dlilitncu went of Trefoil. One account sas that l"K l,lu' "pooler fell out of llio wngon. was run over by ft wheel, nhed. and Jim wl flro to the- n-malndi-r of the nobler in ll. wngon. This, the (canisters deny. They aver tlmt tho first explosion took place In the wapon. and (hat pruvloiisly.nhefr or powder had not fallen upon the jzronnd iw isinxerlcd liy .ome. One thin? li certain, there mint have bren a caue fur the expln1n'n. n the powder could nit hum exploded without flru bclne In fomn way communicated !o It. lthor by nccl ,,,! nr proM careleneM. Tenmitcrs and frihter should deduce a lemon from thfl ter rible accident, and lcirn to be more cautloiu In tbe future. Ueside (lie lamentable fact that one ,nm InM ht life by tho etnlo.lon. tho Io of nrnnerty will bear heavily npon xome of the oer?. For tatanoe. Mr. II, Ri-eve. vt ihe...

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. — 2 October 1869

(Sowmmcnt &dvctttecmc..t$ (Bownmcnt grtvcrtfecmcntsi. grcjsscott gutvcttfefmfnt?. ichenbuvfj. i3 What thi: Farmer Wants. The farmer wants fair play with the manufacturer. Ho wants tho man who makes clotli to be subject to tho mmo law of trado that lie is who pro duces wheat. If the manufacturer is to bo protected" sto the tune of 60 odd per cent from competition with foreign producers of his wares by net of Congress, levying high datics qn their importation, the farmer should bo' protected " to exactly tho samo extent on the staples which he produces. Largo crops. abroad have deprived tho American farmer of a foreign oemand for his grain. Wheat ba. fallen a dollar a bushel in conse quence. Hut Iuto cottons and woolens fallen proportionately? If not, why not? Simply because a bounty of 50 per cent., paid to tho homo manufacturer and levied nainst tho foreign manufacturer, "protects" tho former by preventing free competition, whereas the farmer, not thus protected, has to cope wit...

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. — 9 October 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PMSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 18G9. NUMBER 39. , . THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EYEBY SATURDAY MORNINO, rRRSCOTT, YAVAPAI COUSTT, ARIZONA. BTT11SC RIPTIOKi One Copy, nnt Year. , 4 00 it Six Month r n Three Months Slnnlfl Copies,. 1'ancr wt nt be sent unless paid for 1n ad- c& wUlwrfM be dlscontlnuea at the end of tbe time "paid for. One square, one time. WOO; each addition! tlict llio- ch dJW"Ta square, same rate. WtM discount will be made to person, con ttenlnstlw "me advertisement for three, six, or twite moirthu prafr-Mtml or business cards Inserted npon rcAier.ble terms. Job I?i'lntliipr. Tiir. MtNUH office in well nppTl-l wliti PreMw. l'laln. Ftncv nnd Ornaments! Type, and the pro ; Mar to determined to execute Ml work with which he may lie tavorcd In Ibc neatest nd test trio of tbe art. Work msy le ordered from any part or the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cjmIi. It "ill be promptly cxecntcd and sent by mail...

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. — 9 October 1869

X'ronetitt, Wrizorut 'XVrritory. SATURDAY MOUSING. OCTODEIl 9. n Fritnrlern A grnr jr. THOMAS TlOYCK l the notbnrlf"! ffnt tor the Misfit h Sew rm-' Ordm left otbEs nSee. No. 30(cwm1 floor). Merrbant'i Eifhasr". CaMlbnila atreet, bkm MustfjtjmCTy, win be rTly tU6W to. UP, nnr.R. rtir20ttd , Mertbanfe Etcbanre. CHdjmla KtrU San I'readKO, U atberfid to act m if ent for tb Mivr.a. filorte ropite f tlrt jfma een be parcfc-l'at tli rWbSce. The Apache Race. We doubt, very much, If there is in the West, a keener, jollier rcc of red meal than the Apache, of this Territory. The children, CTen, are exceedingly assart and precocious. We well recollect when, in the fall of 1867, we, with 15 or 16 other white, were encamp ed at the head village of the Coyotero and Sierra Blanc Apache, which wax, at that time, under the shade of the mighty White Mountain, on some knolls, overlooking the beautiful stream known as 1 Jlio dt lat Mil- pat, and it fine, rich valleys, how tho young " bucks " of the vil...

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. — 9 October 1869

Hit "p if mer. Local Intelligence. Pntacorr, Oc(obcr9, 18C3. IymorrxtcNTJ. Win. Cory nnd Frank Alter, two very worthy bachelor of this town, have about completed tV building anil furnishing of acoiy little winter resilience, In which thev ex pect to 'toast tbeir sains." with unalloyed pleas !t U dlrldei) Into three roomi, which are nicfly papered, carpeted, etc? has a chimney. and will cost between joeo Mia $uu. II, A. IliOKUtw, Gm. V. lUtighart. V. A. Ste phen, and many other, have recently made Improvement or which tney may we proua. Jo. Kerr's home Is rapMly approaching com pletion. When finished It will be a irst rate ad vertisement for C. W. Stanley. Ike tradesman who made the plan asd executed most of the fincT work. Its appearance adds considerably to the looks of our end of town, and we are prood of It. UUlr & Elliott are working away on E. K. Bowers' contemplated residence, and It will soon be ready for occupant. During the week, we Lave beard that Ilrnder on Si llro., ...

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