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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 June 1867

t. . ARIZONA t t MINER. VOLUMB IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 18G7. NUMUEIl Yd. tP 0 BUIISCRIITIO.V I for one year, Ij'JCJ To rlx months, - - - 3,00 For three inon hs, - - -1,00 for single copies, i-3 ADVERTISING, . Mmala ten lines of this letter. One -rrp or le one Insertion, W,00. Each subse ", insertion, 81,60. One square standing for Vc S, mw. For six month,, loo. for one Tear. ttt.OO; nd at the same rates for Mger quantities. All kinds of Job work executed to order, with d'upateh, and at rcasonnuic prices. PROFESSIONAL GAUDS. J P. HARGRAVE, - Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Cortcz-St, Third house south of the Plaza, PRESCOTT, A, T. JNO. HOWARD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I'rcscott. DR. E. P. HOWARD, PbyMCtan and Surgeon, Prcscott, A. T., and I1ENRY W. FLEURY, NOTARY 1'UHI.IC. I k r-T ' V I . .J V - ' . ....... - w . - - WM. J. BEIUIY, II A ttortipv nni counsellor nt Jjiiw. IMIKSCOTT.. ARt'.O.V . LA PAZ ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAY & CO., LA PAZ and PUKSCOTT. ARIZONA...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 June 1867

I' il , 'mm m 1 iK- i m t m rs ... , A Jy'M r L i mm - ) ' 1 IB"" I P RESCOTT, J L NE 29, 1807. It. MKACUAM. ICdltor. WHAT SHOULD BE DONE. We are glad to know that the rumors of be removal of (Jen. Orrgg, which have been in circulation here iince our last issue, are Vithoal foundation, and that thu Alia Call ornin report upon which they were based, was wntten through a supposition that Jla jor Price, who has taken command at Mo bare, was to supercede Gen. Gregg. We r also pleased to see by the orders compli menting Capt. Williams, that Gen. McDow ell understand)! the importance of the fights made by that energetic officer. Again we are gratified to be ble to believe that in the modification of the orders of Gen. Gregg, concerning certain Indian tribes, Gen. Mc Dowell has not stopped the war upon those Indians west of here known to be hos tile. We approved Gen Gregg's orders be ttering the system of passes to be an errone ous one, and thinking it safe to consider all Indian found wan...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 June 1867

v rt It 21 I'UKSCOTT, JUNKS!', lb07. 0 7 T Jor.s,InMclor(,t'ncr!,,,,t'ft f(,r8n" Frnl" ,li Molistc, on tin- " 2Sla.elon of Whipple nnd Lincoln. r.i,e Brroitr -The report that there Inn len Ynrrcwc in thcMl.ry of the L'slled States Judy- . ..... T.rri orv ii iiiiii iiv. 0iui : . ....TiintiNE brought In a large nml fine lot rr Jsmc Grant on Saturday lat. Heoamc 'i.firunle wells. When will they be provl- .4 Tarr ahe covino.-A Idler from Ptioblo, Col ,... an minimally lirgo otnlgrntlon from i. Vnrttl U plSllllg ""un" "J HILDA. . 0 0 f Member of the Order of Odd Fcl- ..i....uh I rill... In.f nll.wl ft. Ifi (I doirOUS OI nanus -- , ii t, . e leave their names with the Editor u,i p.pcr at their cany convenience. . it'..ln...iti tniirtilnrr 1-tt tlif moil . . T..t-..v Prm-tt fiiiarlz mill ifWtL (In . . r t 'i i luirsvj . . ...... . . riuthln? ml other property. Isduns, wplurcrt uj uapi. uiwru ai run- . . 1. tli.t. - r" o .. .... i j f ntttli r the wan ortlifl truani i.otutr. BlDin inajc . ....

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 June 1867

It I'OKTHY. THINK OWN. Call mc no morc'thino own the Summer So lovi'il !y me, shall never come again; I senrco shall look upon (lie Spring's mle (lowers, Anil in tain life of weariness and plu Shall be no more tliluo own. The Spring shall wake rrcsh verdure In the vale; Freed from gray Winter, blue shall glow the sky, Hut ere tho sweet-brouthed violets grow pale This fading form low hi the dust shall lie, And be no more thine own. The shadow of tho parting-hour Is nl;h It falls, dear one, upon my heart and thine ; Alas 1 to leave thee when life's morning hour Is goldencd o'er by love almost divine To be no more thine own. I soon shall leave thee! thou, beloved, wilt feel A gloomy shadow o'er thy pathway thrown ; And all too soon the truth will o'er thee steal, 'TJtM lu tbl ilrmiry world thou nrt alone, And I no more thine own. No moro thine own I To wake for thco at eve The chords of music sweetest to thine car; To love thco still alike through Joy and grief, To be thy truest friend...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 July 1867

ft : J V . f..l m-' ' . . . , , . . 1 w v. '- ', ., , y ', t V.t ' i'f ARIZONA MINE VOLUAfB IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1807. NUMI1KR 14. - Hi-- " " 7," v- w.'j3ssaMK WILLIAM H. FORI), Publisher. HUHHCIIII'TIO.V i Foriixinonthj, - 8,00 For three months, l,M For single cui-i, - - - - - - i- Payable lu auvaucc, wiuiuui cxlujuiuii. ADVEKTISlSfOt i .niiarc equals ten lines or this letter. Ono !1" ' .... axon Wont. t.i,...- t M.-trtlon. fl..W. One square standing for SS monlb. 0.00. For six months, lfc.OO. E for one jean cw, ...... v, v ,rKCrnUaI1tltieS i ... 1 nt Inli work axecuted to order, with I dliratch, mid nt reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL GAUDS. J. P. IIARGRAVE, I Attorney and Counsellor nt Law. Cortcz-St. 1 uiru nouse souui oi uie i iaa, PRESCOTT, A. T. 7 JNO. HOWARD, I Attorney and Counrellor at Law, Prcscott. DR. E. P. HOWARD, MiTfician and Surgeon, Prcscott, A. T., nnd J t.'.. aim. :....!,. t HENRY W. FLEURY, NOTAHV POHMO. fUKSfOIT, ARIZONA TERRITORY WM. J. BER...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 July 1867

"1 iff I c. --rr UtJ OF THAT ' IS QOODj". THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA, 1' IlESCOTT, J U LY 13, 107. It. MKAOIIAM, 3ClUor. "ARDUOUSLY PRUDENT.'1 General Sherman's report of Lis obscrva iioris in his tour to Denvor last winter, was a singular document, indicating a remarka ble misunderstanding of the Indian charac ter, and a cool indiflorence to tho apprehen sions of tbe people. His recent correspond ence vritb Gov. Hunt, of Colorado, is still more remarkable. Among other tilings ho tells the Governor that ho don't believe the people of Colorado will have any trouble with the Indians if they will be ardwiily prudent. Again he says, " we can have an Indian war or not as wc choose." We make no wonder that the Colorado papers arc enraged over this language, and talk a. does the Netzz in this extract from a recent number: " Whether the whites choose an Indian war or not, one thing is certain, the Indiaas have chosen to have a war, and every day brings conclusive evidence of tho faH. Tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 July 1867

a 31 lit !tl 'A h Ci ia in srr rpi in I 0 Bl itiRl Fral tcslrtl lrMt e cal ml To:.il 0 dteJi'l i, av ioaefs itwe tttrO 10 H rtet 5 .mi -9 PBESCOTT,' JULY 13,' 1807. I't-jiLic With this date, the under- i Minmc the position of publisher of the i1 .... tivrn. All orders for advertising, for !hork or for subscrlptlon-nll claims against rm'andall remittances, should be addressed ittv. . WM Font, pnMither. t to I'n .rott. Arliono. jolyM607- BeTTbe Pot Ofllce Is now well supplied with flLPiand tumped Envelopes CoxTnACTSt'noEOWs I'hclps and Clutter, Tuc , ud I'f eicotu Gbamt liM an attractive advertisement In the . rB Of to-day Head It and then give him o call, ni. une establishment mi completed on the lib A. railing 01 IUC nag-mail liu l.aK. ' f .... ItAtfln Krnwprv la intrl In linvn tjtr oin uic ... .- ,iaucli enjoycu u) iu imnu ... .n.Uw...v.u. Caur JtsTic b Tcusnn is erecting a dwelling . ..... fl.A I'tAvn i ! Ode ltre, w a ViJOR nd Mns. Dowjiet and son, arc at Whip. . .1,,. tr.ln.'. I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 July 1867

I '5 f s4 r t ft Pi 1 .1 Wf 5 6 1 e Hi II J Ws 1'OETHY. TAKE TUB PA PUBS. Wkr don't tou Uke the paprn 1 1ej are Urn lire of m$ sWisrjK," BMqM boat rl.cikm Us, AM ibest ! red Mm- aptW. Babacribe. 70a cannot hut et Why boald yw afraid 7 Fr cash ihu Mid U ntMf Hat On hrtare (onrfMd jkL Ab aW newspaper frltmJ of ioIm, . While dyW n eotteW, Dlrfl 10 hear (be tattot news, White be m going o! J took the paper, Md I rHl Of some new pWslo feree ; Ho bought a box sad h b dead ; No hearty m a berse. 1 krtaw a printer' debtor ottee Wreak -with a burning lercr, Who wm k pay be? bill aaxt day If ker distress would leave ber. Nasi rrfbrahn: she 'vrai at her trordr DIre3td f her pain. Tint did forget to pay bar debt Till ukati down agaltu - " Here, Jessie, Uke the silver wfaedls, Oo, ly tbe printer, saw !" She spoka, be slept, and then awoke With health upon her brow. I knew- two men a mueh alike Aa'fire ;-a r two atnmps, And no pbrenologWt could ttnd A difference In their tKiums. ? One took the pa...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 July 1867

ARIZONA Tl IT T 1T TTB H miff II Ifl KtS hLvW nJLa JL JL J VOM'MK IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 18G7 XUMJiKK 15. HlMilAM'lI. FORI), rublislier. MUSCIUI'TION I Ui, - JJ.tX) - liO ,n advance, without exception. .uivkiitisi.vk i j.j.i'i ten line of this letter. One - , insertion, ?,00. Each subse .ii. 11,50. One sipi.ire standing for io,uu. For lx month, 16,00. -. J iQ ; and at the AQinc rata for JIMI WOUIC I i j.ij work executed to ordeivvrlth ' r tonMe price. I'Uol KSSION'AL CARDS. J P. IIARGUAVJ. . vl ("uiin'cllor at Law, Uortez-St. i. r J Lous south of the Plaaa, prkscott, A. T. JM). HOWARD, v , an 1 Counsellor at Law, Prescott. DR, E. P. HOWARD, a p.jrt W hippie Hospital, i HENRY W. FLBURY, XOTAIIV PUI1I.IC. til r. RI.0NA TERRITORY .f. J. RKRRY, K :in 1 Counsellor nt Law, JMlUHfllTT, AIU7,O.Y. .. rt'Z strut. froatirgtbe Plaza.. 34m b'S n:Nrisro advertisements i M ( jne. J. XI. I'uk. H. Onto. R. OLKI) &C0. : L IT VTE AND IIOCSE BROKERS, CoIUctor, and Otneral Eninlor...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 July 1867

w- mineee-MSry, lint does not Maine tbe Ju arez (iovei-iitnent for dterefrsllnt; foreign en treaties. Tbe TfUmK culls It a crime and an imrnlt lo tbe United States. Juarer. himself replied to the protest of the Russian Minister that tbe execution was a national necessity. 1 The Alia Caliui hia says : " Tbe people ami Government of the United States care no more about thin man beennse THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. tLil&Si , lor tbe life or the liuinuieAt c'tlzen. Uut wo hart nn interest in maintaining the reputn j tion and good name of Republican Govem Wnent, which tbe Mexicans have, in a mo ment of pakm, waived in favor of blind vengean'-e, and to which impolicy their Pres ident waa weak enough toubini"t,flipareiitlr without opposition. Moderation is the great est virtue of ruler, we are told ; but the tint act of tbe Republican rulers after their triumph was one of blood and retaliation, condemned by every civilised State. "It bodes no good to the Republic." It w ill give PR F...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 July 1867

aruwna mnxtx. PHKSCOTT.'jUliY 27, 1U7. ...i HHP TirflIIIIHI-ll I'lllII IIII'III m Illlflll Our proposed comments I - . i . I . .. 1 1 1 . . . . . r .pondcrl whoso Iclltr njipwircd In llio last !?,' must CO over to next week. ccdooU Wi licnr that ft private s uhscrtptlon " .... rn lt. tiltrtkfiAn nrialn!ill!.litr n ca raiscu j in Frcscoll lor uirce moiuus irom August . n tr.rtfTrn 11111 tftnpll till! VftHll.r Mr.n lit. .' a i -i i trtfiun muMr. nriii ihiini nil- n inn..... i . linnl lllirifUBUR. Jcis Hiveii Mr. Hill, who Is comnicnd- . . oi a worthy and resolute man, Is ecttlntr . rnnl tlon io nic river sanjuan. on our Li. iiorilcr. to iook lor iroici. no will auo .., re io uic uircci Koran roau io ucn- n much need. We call attention nf,'"1"' " . .. . ... .ni.nnnppincni in nnouicr column. jw""1'" A Brave Man -Hon. W. II. Hardy says of Mr. . i ,mn Lrnin L.'U'V io mnivvme. aiii k- in ..j rrr rniirnL'COtlftlV In IliC Hirht Willi tlif In. . ihp rnmiireat of three brothers Ilvltif nt Hn. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 July 1867

IN MEMOMAM. Tlioro Is a melancholy sweetness In the follow, lug exquisite linos thnt (ubiluw the loul like Hie notes of a plaintive song Moating by night over the surfaoe of leplng waters Prontleo, of the lAiittvtlk Journal, says or them, " One might al most wish to die, If ho knew that so benntlflil n tribute aa this would bo written to bis iinmory."J On the bosom of a river Where the eun unloosed his quiver, And the star light gleamed forever, Sailed a vcsicl light and free. Morning dew drops hung like manna On the bright folds of her banner, While the zephyrs rose to fan her Softly to the radiant sen. At her prow a pilot beaming In the lltish of youth stood it reaming, And he wis Iu glories uwmttijf, Ltttean angel frmn above 5 Tfcrottfh Ms hair the breeaes sported, And a on Um ware he Hoatsxl. Oft that pilot, angsl Uuostl, WarMa Jay of hope and lev. Through those locks M blithely flmvliuj. Bud or taurel bloom were blowing; A ad hi hand anon were throwing Untie from a tyro of gold...

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 1867

ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 18G7. NUMIJEK 1G. XUJCV. U1LLIAM H. FORD, Publisher. SOIISCIIII'TIOW I v ,, r,,oo Ksra - w.v.v.? vtbrccmoii In, Fof,lni)Ie copies, - ' b - ADVT3I1TISJSC( i Mtwe coual ten Hues of thin letter. One Are or lew, one Insertion, $3,00. Each imbue 1t Insertion, 1,50. O.ie square sending for K moX, 10.a). For six months, ft,00. -one rear, IM.OO; and nt the same rates for IfpMaDtIlilijoinV(mKi ill Vtnill nf lob work executed to order, with aipJli, aud at reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. P. HAItGllAVE, ittjrney ani uouusuiiui i n ....... It. ... T .... f...!.... Ct Third house sotim 01 me riaza, PKESCOTT, A. T. j no. Howard, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Prcscott. DR. E. P. HOWARD, r n A a. m . 1 I Plliau mv - . - 1 J at run n iiijjjiu iiwjntan HENRY W. FLEURY, .VOTARY PUIH.IC. . Ainmi HM'rtV I 1'l.'t)l)ITAHV WM. J. BERRY, tlornov and Counsellor nt Law, IMtKSCOTT. ARIZONA. g M Cosr. J M. 1k. It. Hmn, R. G1UD &C0....

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 1867

yjp fl- THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA,; i'RKHCOTT, A U U I ST 10, 1807. lt. MKACHAM, Kililnr, MOKE FHEQUEXT PUBLICATION. . .u.ii luisunte U1C ARIZONA .Ml.STH will fce issued every Saturday Evenine. While 16c size will remain the same, and no eil'ort I win wj spared to rouko the pajwr attractive ami vaiuauie, tlic tubscription price will not be increased. The rates of advertising will also be tho same as hitherto, and tho facili ties ' for Job printing will be increased, but not tho prices. All ehargos will W in Legal Tender No to. Wt. II. Ford, PuWfcher. OUR POSITION. Tn an editorial in the first number of the AstzoxA Mixer, (March 9th, 1S04,) the fol lowing language was used: ""Independent in everything, the organ of no exclusive interest, we shall not bo without fixed principles, and a purpose to maintain thorn. Believing with tho immortal Wash ington, that, 'It is only in our united char acter, us an empire, that our independence is acknowledged, that our power can W regard ed, o...

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 1867

K3C0TT, AUOUHT 10f Ui7, LDIAiS ! ! MEEflNG of CITIZENS will be hold BLA lira HAW, rrescou. uin (aaiur- j vrenllUT--1" iac euimuuiauuii uie . . t..,ii..n .liflleulties. nntl to APPEAI prrttni imi-" .i.itiM Tlfflfll.w I nil ntfiitwl Prescott, July 10, r. fiorcHNOR has appointed Samuel J. Hens ' . t ,t. . .. I... ll'L.I ...I.... , ClPT Williams. We arc glad to hear that this . officer, wuo La oecn icry low uuruig iuc lf,k-,lilik'rt,COTCr' Monn Moqcia in iowu 'Bring out j our old Qe, Gazoo has gone to the nor camp on Dig S5S . Gov Ooonwu Is In Sun Francisco, and will re mits ibcic ..... Hut to tue Oner! ! The Paymaster la to.be Jiror wo, iio visitor could be more welcome. A oaive joke. Our.devll say there In hope of ptople who can survive a doctor ( IVilllny) and a it i- J . J- Tl,i1(itl nnrl lift Ltiita l.st.v 11.. i - ..I mm irfrwV M Ravzxa has ojiencd his new sIctc, with a . . A.I' . nntA. Ttn.l IiIa .1 ....rt 1 1 A.n..... ...4 e him a rail. He Is one of the mon cnterprls- tl'tr'tfrw...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 August 1867

POETKY. I'UT UP TUB BARS. AftBr Uio milking was over HMf n mils down to the ci6vr, And turn them In to browse. Nwit little figure Is Annie, Handling the Ws In the lane, fretting down ever so many Just In tho sunlight's wane. , Wild Roeg blooming beside hor i i Jf U ,uot hor cl'cek'fl lovoly rod : And the leaves trying to hide hor iMnce at her musleal tread. Vitelline cutis peep from the bonnet I. f w Uko wild birds from thlr nwt 1 And the heart oh, to have won It! BoaU with gentlo unrest. Lips may be humming a ditty, And faces may show nnconcurn ; But secrets there are what a pity -That sOmo arc too easy to learn. "Jfnnrtrjsiie .,, robin are ueetla" - Why does she wait In the lane? Though, If white arms need n resting, one, of course, could complain. Light In the farm-house arc gleaming; f,nr? Inust 00 ,aItl In their place, BoMlttie Annie stands dreaming, A blush on iter beautiful face la It lata? Not that she cares now; ; Ah. merry cyw, mild and brown, ould you not tell wliy she we...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 17 August 1867

MINER. VOLUME IV. rilESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 18G7. NUMBER 17. SUIIHCJtlPTlOX I mr ti For one year. ' . 'Z For single copU . - - - Payable in ainuiiiK, ui i..i.iriiuiH AlJVKRTIHl.VOl i .mmrc equals ten lints of tills letter. Ono A "l"".. ... 1 , Inci.rdnii. SHOO. Ennh siihsn. "'intrriloii. One square standing for $ o t'". '0.to. FVr f 16,00. For one jcar, ?-25,W; und nt the same rates' for quantities j(mAVtmiC ... ,,,1, of Job work executed to order, with ilJjatch, and at reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. P. liAilGRAVE, Attornev and Counsellor at Law, Oortcz-St. Third IIOUSC SOUIU ui ihc i PRESCOTT, A. T. 7 J NO. HOWARD, Attorn y and Councilor at I.nw, Prwcott. Dlt. E. P. HOWARD, tt.., t A V titwl IMUK ' 'o j - r . i at Fort Whipple Hospital. HENRY V. FLEURY, AOTAIIV PUBLIC. RrSrOlT. ARIZONA TERRITORY AVxM. J. BERRY, tinmov nml Counsellor at Law, IMIIISCOTT, AKl'O.V.l. : on Cortex Street, fronttrg the i'bua. 36m AN FJIAMIMU AU Jill l iaf.oiii4io . - . i ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 17 August 1867

1 I mrtrt nnntnnr ninnn nn inirmifl lab UrtlUlAlj fArtiri Ut ArUMJllft. I'll ESCOTT, A I (i I ST 17, 1!:07. 11. MKAOUAM, Jlltor. MORE TROOPS. The want of troojw was never more keenly felt in Central Arizona than at the present time. The force under General Grejig has been most efficient, but it is altogether too .', . . , . sinau to cope Willi tue nuniuer vi iiwmi.- . ravages now infecting tbi jmrt of Arizona, ami comuitt!!" unusual depredation. Gen- oral Gregg and his brave men arc not able to follmr tl.om mniaiit!v. and in the several di- rections whence, after their raid, they c- cape to the mountain fastnesses. With two companies virtually fixed at Camp Lincoln, and two at 2I:Phcron. he reallv has but two for scouting ; and it is simply impossible for these to guard the roads, not to speak of mak- ing long expeditions to the haunts of the In-1 dians. After waiting for relief with a great Lie.. i t i deal of patience, our citizens assembled on Saturday and Monday Evenings, to urg...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 17 August 1867

Vlli-WOTT, AUGUST 17, 157. ..... . IN0 i-aiitt returned here from Hlack " I'1'1 fi.nr. 1- .... !. IJJtli, and lell ior uaiuuriiM uii niu tlirougu "is "H u,lu '''" r.tn fin I16 I nt from here to the Stcr did not vii 5' ' irfiiemllv. as It was hoped they tnetne W ' r ... Ullinticftn nml liltipra Cfk r , ... .11,1 nut visit the mluos mid exam m WW, The opinion of Mr. Hllmpson nnd other., rliofth-!-'. of the Mack Canon Lodes, EiBOlbc.nin.d.- pumie ofllceofthc Minimi ha been enlarged THE now very conveniently fixed. Our fa- W tirt for Job work are the bet In the Territory, '"li the liarKcof ,,ul I"-year, In currency, ' is- Minhii, now published every Saturday eve f " ',. m hrlnir us a treat aJdlllon to our liitofubcrwf. ( artm, Secretary of the Territory, and iimrvA Hlgclow, Assessor of Internal Rev- " gone to Pima Villages. I.. C. (Jmy, " '.ndOcncral Coulter have gone to California, Bt, uloik has gone to La Par. Judge How. . t0 (amp Mcriicrson, ana loin iiojgca io ,DBl('r.r and Wlckcnbu...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 17 August 1867

3 SU'ixonu sfUincr. fifcr! . POETRY. This touching little jiiecc hai been floating about for many year, and is occasionally nwt up on the idiore of nwsiiKrloni. The waif is sometimes credited to " Anonymous." our recollection U correct, it was written by an unappreciated lloton inn named Hubert Collin--a printer, wo believe who lived un carcd for, and died of consumption, toor and forlorn. Tho piece ie worthy of preservation, and may well be laid to heart in this all too bitter-mindod day. aviio is myneigiibou ? .Thy neighbor? It Is he who thou Hast powf r to aid and Weea ; Whoso aching heart or burning brow Thy soothing hand may pro. Thy neighbor Tie the &lat!ii: poor T .' Whose eye wilh want I dim, J Whom hunger tend from door to door Go thou aud succor him ! Thy neighbor J Tts that weary man, Whose year are at their brim, Bcht low vrlth lcknea, care and pain Go thou and comfort him ! Thy neighbor? "TU the heart bereft Of ovory earthly gem ; Widow and orphan, 1k-1ucs. !ft . Go...

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