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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 20 August 1875

tuottn wet fol. XIL Ifo. 33. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVEXESG, AUGUST 20, 1875. Established 1S64, THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, nr.... T- J". BTJTLEE. The firtt number of the Weekly MlN'EK ni ixnedon ,ii.ib 9, J SCI. and in tbl. iU twelfth yrar, it can, fjtk truth, claim to be the oldest, largest and best neir ftptrln the Territory. Subscription Rates: jnCopy, One Year $7,00 ' Six Month .... 4,00 " Three Month 2.50 1jsle Copies 25 Advertising Rates. Ore inch ("12 lines of this tyy), in column. 3.00 for first piertion and $1.50 per inch "for each additional insertion. A literal discount from above rates will be mode to per uostrho advertise largely by tbu year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted oon reaona tft terms. Persons tending as mnney fot iiibicrirition, advertising if job work, may forward it by mail, or otherwise, at tir own risk. jAgal Tender JVotet taken at. par in payment for tub ftriylion, adrertiting and job mark. Terms. advance...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 20 August 1875

a a .T. Butler. Edllo FRIDAY, AUGUST 20tli, 1S75 jE" J nccvuUe Jor advertising and sub scription vhidi became dec on or before the first day of February, and all bills for legal adver tisements uhicJi appeared in die Miner prior to that date are payable to John H. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler ', the present proprietor. TR REGULARITY AT APACHE AND THE INDIAN AGENCY AT THAT PLACE. Tbat the policy of remoTing Indiana from place to place is bad, there can be but one opinion by those baring any knowledge of In ! dian cbaracte r. They form attachments for the ground on which they liTe and are hard tojoijike understand that it h best to break np their homes when they have put in crops and got fixed to lire comfortably. The massing of tribes together that have been at war is also a source of dissatisfaction that i3 apt to lead to trouble. "Wc know that the Indian department has a theory that the Indians can be made self-sustaining by : crentually...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 20 August 1875

Local Intelligence. Special Notices in the reading columns will be charged at the rate of TimiTr cents per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Concert at tde Tost. On Friday evening vc accepted an invitation to attend a Grand Soi ree Musicalc. given at the new 1'ost Hospital at Fort Whipple, and -w ere right glad wedid 60. Tbe 8tb Infantry Band took a lcadinpfpart in the entertainment, of their ability to make delightful music and plenty of it our people are well in formed. The violin solos performed by A.E. Wicniamski were really marvelous, the handling of the bow and fingering of the strings seemed as 5f they were done without effort, a sortofebuJi tion or genius. Mr. A. J. Garrett sang two songs, accorupauied on the piano byMrs.Geu. Kautz, aud was encored and called back each time. Mr. l'ictro Di Bella, accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Bailey on the piano, played a cornel solo with pleading ellect. Mrs. Kautz gang very sweetly, as she always ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 20 August 1875

t'te Ik rvv? SB TO HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW. BT LOUIS DOUBLEE. - - You reside hi my four-story mansion, Assistlusjour daughter, Ltnore, 'In her sweet little game of rebellion Then, dearest, what wouldtt tbou Lave wore? - i Von kllled our first baby with kindness (?) Because you had deemed it a "bore" For it'd mother to nuree her own ofEsprin t I Oh dewest, what wouldal thou have more? Von liavc the sole charge of my servants, Of whom vou dUmissed half a score. ,3 Sftcfc they brought ugly charges against you Then, dearest, what wouldst thou have more? You wear the best fabric in dresses; , tUy your loug bills at the ttore; Though ybu fabricate many a story Against me. What wouldst thou have more? 'Yon always sit up on my club nights, . i...To meet me "to late" at the door; r,MT4ilmofct feel tcmnted to club you, But never do. Can you ask more ? You ride in my handsomest carriage, L'ropclled. by "a coachman and lour ;" t 1 never -object to your rambling Then, dearest, what wouldst thou have m...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 27 August 1875

mona lit met Vol. XII. No. 34. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1S75. Established 1S04. THE ARIZONA MINER. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FOHHB EVERY FRIDAY, bt T- J - BUTLER The (In'.namWr of the Wkkkly Minf.k wu issuedon 4ireh 9, l0frt. and in Uiis. iu twelfth t-ar. i: MM, riUi trntb. claim V be the oldest, largest unl best news Meria the Territory. Subscription Rates: y Copy, fW Year ' Six Months " Thrw Months. single Copies S7.O0 4.00 2.50 25 VE HAVE nA BI SINKSS WITH THE POL- laving psSBSSM and tirms and r.-c..iiim.-inl MsfSJI .l litieral dealers. The fact that they putilish to the world, and make no secret of th- fa:t that they are in business, is evident enouirh U, show that they intend to do the fair thinjf by everybody. Advertising Rates. One inch ri2 lines of this type), in column. 3.00 for first iBvrtion and 1 .V) r inch for a'h additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will lai made t. per sunswho advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Pro...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 27 August 1875

' .T. OJutlor, Editor. FULD AY, AUGUST 27tli, IS7.. T?T All account for tvltcrthing and sub scription which Ixcamt due on or before the first day of Fclfruary, and all bills or legal adcer tiiemcnls uhich apjxared in Ihc Miner prior to thai date are payahle to John II. Marion. All account accruing since thai date arc jtayalle to T. J. Jlitller, the present proprietor. FINANCIAL CRISIS IN SAN FRAN CISCO. Suspension of the Bank of California Heavy Run on other Banks. Gloomy Prospects. Tlic following dispatch to the Miner, re ceived last night, portends evil times in Cali fornia. No institution in tliat State has so many business complications with merchants, fanners, block-raisers and business men gen erally as llio Hank of California, and if the suspension announced in this dispatch shall "prove an absolute failure it must neccssanlly involve thousands of people who arc unable and wholly unprepared to meet such a mis fortune "Wufeliall look anxiously for further particulars : San Die...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 27 August 1875

Local Intelligence. Special Notices in the reading columns Kill be cliarged at tjie rale of THiirrr cents jter line for first insertion, and ttccnly cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Still Imim:oving. Campbell A Mce Lave a new frame building up, enclosed and covered, at the corner of Cortez aud Goodwin streets, S. E. corner of the Plaza. TUc building occupies 24x 40 feet on tbe ground, 18 ft. studding. First story 12 feet, with four windows on a side, and second 10 feet. The ilrst story is to be occupied by tbe owucrs as a carpenter shop, and will by and by be supplied with machinery, turning lathe, KiK saws, etc The second will serve for a store -room for doors, sash, etc., aud sleeping apartments for the proprietors. Kelly & Stephens have given their building a complete overhauling, extending the store back over the cellar, putting in new shelving, length ening counters, putting In new doors, building an awning or porch the whole length of the build ing on Gurlcy and...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 27 August 1875

Ik rW?. Published by request THE BACHELOR. SPECIAL NOTICES. SAW-MEIS. STAGE IKES. MEDICAL Vt '1.171 vT WW 1 2 A GRAMMAR Three little words yon often Bee, Arc articles, a, an and the , A nonn Is the name of anything As school or garden, hoop or swing. .Adjectives show the kind of nonn As great, small, pretty, white or brown. a. Instead of nouns, the pronouns stand -. ,Hcr hand, his face, your arm, my hand. Verbs tell its somcthlns to be done To read, count, laugh, sing, jump or run. .J IIow things are done the adverbs tell As slowly, quickly, ill or well. . ..Conjunctions join words together !lt'"g man and woman, wind and weather. The prcpositipn stands before ' A noun as In or through the door. .trjMivThe interjection shows surprise As Oh! how pretty, Oh ! how wise. COSTLY ROYALTY. Annuities of the Queen of England and her Children. The regular annual allowance of Queen Victoria is 385,000, or $1,025,000, "for the j support of her Majesty's household, and of the honor and dignity ol...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 27 August 1875

crAbop. .Matbawijx llns also " , , " j Varv An". 24th. At St. Thomas I'arker wasol tliplu Airs. tl. c 01 1 ;( it 111 111 :c ARIZONA MINEJR EXTRA. Prescott, Friday Evening, August 27, 1S75. BANK OP CALIFORNIA. Still Farther Particulars of the Failure. San Francisco, August 20, 1875. Tremendous excitement on the streets. The Bank of California has suspended. The bank closed at 40 minutes past 2 o'clock this afternoon. Thousands of excited depositors are besieging the doors of the building. Mining stocks have done the work. San Diego, August 27. The Union this mot ning publishes an interview between its San Francisco correspondent and Mr. Rals ton, President of the Bank of California, at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, as follows: Ques. Will the bank open in the morning? Ans. No. Q. When will the bank open ? A. We do not expect to open again. Q. Do we understand you correctly ? A. We do not expect to resume. Q. Ilave the other banks offered assis tance ? A. No. " Q. Have you asked their...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 3 September 1875

tttOtUt fol. XII. No. 35. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S75. Established 1S64. ittttter THE ARIZONA MIXER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, UY The finit numlwr of the WEEKLY MIXER was Jwaedon tSarch 9, 1PGL and In this, its twelfth yir. It can, with truth, claim to tie the oldest, largest and bet news paper iti th5 Territory. Subscription Rates: Jne Copy, One Year " Six Month... " Three Months., single Copies. ........... S7.00 4.00 2,50 25 Advertising Rates. One lao.li (12 lbea of this type). In column. $3.00 for first msertioa anil SI 00 per inch for each additional insertion. A !ileral discount from above rates will be made to jx-r-cnsvrho advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasona ble rcpif. Persons sendinir tis money for ubcript!on, advertising or job work, may forwanl it by -tail, or otherwise, at their own risk. Ltgxl ' Twlr.T Xfitcs taken at par in payment for tub icrijition, adttrliting andjoh tenrfc....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 3 September 1875

Miter. 'J .T. llutler. Editor. FRIDAY, SEPTEJIBEU 3d, IS7.7. account for advertising and sub scription tsJiich became due on or before titc firtt diy of February, and all bills for legal adver tisement which appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payable to John U. Marion. All account accruing since that dale are payable to T, J. llutler, Vie present proprietor. SYMPATHY". One of the most beautiful of all the graces is merry. Crittenden, in the Matt Ward case, struck a sympathetic cord in the hu man heart when he drew a picture of Justice, Truth and Mercy standing about the Throne of Deitv, when in his infinite wisdom he conceived the thought of man's creation. "Make him not,'' said Justice, "he will wrong his fellows and disgrace the power that created him." "Do not make man." exclaimed truth, ''he will pervert thysanctu ary;" but Mercy, dropping upon her bended knees and luokinir, up through her tears, said, "Make man; I will watch over him and pro tect him." Then God made m...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 3 September 1875

I Local Intelligence. Special Notices in the reading columns will be charged at the rate of tiiiktt cents per line for fast insertion, and twenty cents a' ine for each lubsequent insertion. Safelt Housed. After wc had gone to press last week thn officers arrived with James S. Giles, whom they arrested in St. Thomas, Nevada, on a warrant from the Court Commissioner charxiuff lla with robbery or the U. S. mall, or what U the same thlu, running away with funds belonj; in to the P. 0. Department. His accomplice, Jllcbael Mcehan, better known here as "Mike McCool," was also arrested, and found with part of the money on him, hut as they had no varrant for him they relieved him of 1,000, which Giles says was stolen from him, aud he was allowed to depart with live hundred dollars still In his possession, which he protested was Lis own money. The thousand dollars and bug. py and horses taken from McCool added to the amount found on Giles make up the sum of about $0,000, which the officers re...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 3 September 1875

f SOMEHOW OR OTHER Life has a burden for every one's Blionliler, None inav escape lroru its troubles and care : -MIm it in"routh aud 'twill conic when we'j re older, An&dt us as close as the garment we wear. Sorrow comes into our homes uninvited, Koltbin the heart ol its treasure o. mjiij:: Lovers jrrow cold aud our friendships slighted, Yet sowehow or other wc hasten along. are '.Mid the sweet blooms that emilc in our faces rmv llie dank weeds that would poison aud -' ' Mizlit: - And e'en in the midst of earth's beautiful places There's always a tomething that isn t just nht, Yet oft Irom a rock we may pluck a ay Jlower, And drink from a spring in a desolate vrantc ; Tliev conic to the heart like heavenly dower, Aud yaui:ht is 0 tweet to the eye or the taste. Evcrv-dav toll is an every-day blccsing, Though poverty's cottage aud crust we may fcbare: Weak is the back on which burdens arc pressing, Hut stout is the heart that is strengthened by prayer. Somehow or other the pathway...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 September 1875

vol. XII. Jfo. 36. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVEXIXG, SEPTEJnffiR 10, 1875. Established 1SG4. THE ARIZONA MINER. '-' 'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, J:v T- J" . 33 TT T L E E. The firt number of the WEEKLY MlXF.R wan if sued on Jarr.h 9, JtM. nu.l in this, it twelfth year, it can with truth. claim to lie the oldest, largest and best newa- papejn ma ijirr.iory. Subscription Rates: Joe Copy, One Year Six Month " Three Months (Single Cupiu... .............. S7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. On fap.li (12 line, of thi type). In column. SH.00 fur first ins-nion ami si .) ppr Inch Jur eacli aMitioual insertion A liberal discount from aliove rates will be made to jmt eon who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. ProfeMional and business cards inserted upon reasnna ble tcrim.i Perform sending ns moner for subscription, advertising orjoo rrorR, may lornraru it tty rcati, or otherwise, at llieir orrji nsK. L'gat Tewlrr Xotts tiiktn at par in payment for tub ecription, ndrertitiny ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 September 1875

m Mm 'JL .T.3utler, ICditor- FRTDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1S75. 5gT All account for adrcrtiiing and sub scription tthicJi became due on or before the first day of Fdruary, and all bilU for legal adcer lisemenls uhicli appeared in the Miner prior to that dale are payable to John Jl. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Jiutler, the pretent proprietor. LIFE AND CAREER OF RALSTON. MORE TROUBLE AT APACHE. Tie nevrly appointed Indian agent, 3Ior ford, arrived at bis designated post, "White Mountain Agency, late in August, and find ing tbc buildings burned and tbe agency de moralized, set about gathering up the odds and ends with some success. Instead of find ing tbe Indians all removed to San Carlos, as reported, he finds by actual count 1003 still on the White Mountain reserve and heard of 200 more on their way from San Carlos. This is the substance of his report to the Indian Commissioner, a copy of which he has sent to the commander of the Milita ry department. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 September 1875

Local Intelligence SftCIA.1. Notices in the reading columns tcill he charged at the rate oj Timor cents per line for insertion, and ttcentg cents a ine for each Church Notice. Crt-W fvprr Rumlm- at mm at t1i. rtrwl:.t rt. . crpal Church, on Marina (trect, Prescott. Sunday school immediately after service. Rev. D. B. WlUGUT, Pastor. Post Office. Oar postal afjalra are still la an unsettled condition. No 1'. M. is yet appoint ed by the President, and according to a letter received by one of the bondsmen of the default lag P. M. from Delegate Stevens, it Is not certain when the appointment will be made or who ap pointed, owing to the lare number of petitions on flic and conflicting political and private Inter e3ts at stake. The Delegate reminds the bonds men that it Is a Presidential app'ointment, and one la which Government officials are taking an Interest. 80 that the appointment will proba bly be made at their Instauce. No name Is men tioned other than W. N. Kelly, in the letter, th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 September 1875

MEDICAL, JBY TELEGRAPH. SPECIAL NOTICES. SAW-MILLS. STAGE XLNES. nit THE TIGER. jit jioour. Ikliintl the tabic the dealer sat, a Wnd hi Iwedid jjlifitcti briiilit, ' tVlicn a dapper youth his money put ..-. tPu tLc to'la crJ' lllat n5KLu Tim enda loit, and tlicn it won, v -Wiicn our hero did jKirspire ToVec the canes come and no; To win, he must bet higher. t jjllc played his system to his taste, f ,c Soda finally lost it's ease. Soda lost the Kins will win ; - At last he's split the Ace. The Imnker, with a deep drawn sizh, Said, "Kin;: the bell, for yon are dry." Up ftcps the liarkecp. with an air, ? CI As lie called for drinks, quite debonair. "Whisky!" the youth replied quite prompt, Vhile fire gleamed in bis eye, "I'm winner now and I can treat ; r!Orr.nkc a drink 'old pard', you'r dry." The "pard" replied, "I'll take some j;in." The youth then said, "That is too thin, You must take whisky straicht, .JfArid then I'm sure to win." fjSootrnll is drank, the deal begins The caes say...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 September 1875

I f 4 111 iff! Vol. IE-No. 37. THE AHIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ur T. J. BUTLER. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1S75. Established 1864. The first nnmber of the WKEKLT Ml.VEIt was Utnodon afareu 9. I8C1. and In thin. it twelfth year, it can, with truth, claim to bo the oldest, largest anj belt nen s raper In the Territory. ' ' ' Subscription Rate3 JoeTJojy,One Yean...i :L. I J;. ...87 00 " " fiixMontlis 4 00 , Ttire Month. , 2.G0 ilDle Cople '. ; . ;a-. .v. 25 , . Advertising Rates. One Inch fI2 line of thin typo), in rolumn. 83.00 for first insertion ami i.au per inch lor each additional insertion. A liberal discount from aliove rate will bo made to per son who advertise largfly by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and lmsiuess card Inscrtcx! upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending us mnuey foi sulicr!ption, advertising or job work, may forward it by mail, or otherwise, at their own risk. Ltgal TtruUr 2Cotet taken at par in payment fortvXf teri...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 September 1875

T. J. Butler. Editor. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1S7S. All cdxmxiU for airertiring cud tvb- tcrij'tiou. nlich bxnau dm on or itffrt the frit da; of Fdnuzry, and cU hUh fa Ugal adtcr- titeskais tiicu ajiptartd n &e Miutr prior to Hat dsie are piydZt to John II. Maries. All acconiA -rvxruiug uce that drJLt art yiyaUt to T. J. B'Jltf, tie pruent prvpruivr. -1 The Case of Don Lecpoldo Carrillo. vTaE'CxLirosxii ELrxnox Is over and the papers of that Stale trill sotv Sod time to discuss other topics than the personal char acter of this or thct aspirant for office The result baa not surprised" m. The Central .Pacific railrotd ccmpanr is a power in the led, and they exercise that power in such s -raj as to benefit their friends, regardless of pontics, lnria, the newly elected governor, it 6 fair man in all his personal dealings, and while his parly was unreasonably arrayed against the railroad company fcr several " "years", he chose to treat tSn with fairness and, as a Senator irotn Siskiyou...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 September 1875

Local Intelligence Srsci-L Notices in the reculinn columns Kill be charged nl the rate of TUirrnr cbnts per line. jorjirsi insertion, ana twenty cans a tne for cacl Church Notice. Service CTcry Sunday, at 1030, at tho Methodist Ems copal Chnrch, on Marina strcot. Pnwcott. Sunday school Immediately after service. KKV. D. 1). Wkiuht, Pastor. QDILTINGrAIlTr AT KlKKLAND. TllC good Old days of quilting parties Lave almost passed out of mind, and manyol thl generation liardly know what Is meant by tbe term. Yet those of us tvbo remember back to tbe time wheu "corn Bbuckings" supplied tbe place of social hops Soirees Musicallc were uuknowu and a ball meant a frolick, can appreciate tbe good time they must have bad at tbe residence of Mr. Sol JacbsoD, in Kirkland Valley, on the 10th Inst On tbe occasion of the first quilting party ever Riven In tbe Valley, and for aught, we know iu .Y-T-pal county. Mr. Louisa Juck6on, the hoBtC88, conducted everything in 6uch splendid ortier that the guests...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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