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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 October 1869

Wichcnbtttjj. (government atertuicmmts. (Sowtnmcnt ilvnliscmcnts. UNKIND NESS. Unklnilnc breathes a bitter tone, A keen nnd dcmtly bliwt, That turns warm hearts to hearts of stone Anil lend io crlmft nt last. It chilli' the soul the beaming eye Grows dint beneath Its breath; It damn the mlle, It feeds tho sigh, breeds misery and death. It turns to dnrk and fenrfnl hsto Tho fond nnd loving breast, Unmarked oft cuts Its poison forth, Or veiled 'neath smiles and Jest. Reproof It gives where praise- wa sought, And frowns when woo'd to smlto; Unklndnees It a feeling Iraught With everything thst's rile. How many erring sons of earth Are yearning to do pood, If tended was their latent worth, If kindness by them. stood! But ro to crashed nnd bleeding hearts Unklndneas adds It pall, And propogntes the seeds of crime Inherent In us all. The Philosophy of Living. ARMY SUPPLIES. CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, Sub-District of Upper Arizona. Fonr tVmrri.fi, A. T., Sept. 'Si, 180!). Sreilnd I'rnnot...

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. — 16 October 1869

THE 3KLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUMK VI. IMtKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1869. NUMBER .10. TlIEAIUZONjUIINEIL rUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, I'KESCOTT, YAVAl'Al COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUJtWCItnri.'ION: One Copy, Out) Year $7 00 Six Months 4 00 " Three Months 2 50 Single Coplc 25 I'aoera will not he cent uiiIpm for In nd- Tancf, mid will inrnrinbbj be discontinued at 'the end of die time paid lor. 'Onr- saintr. 'nc time, $.100; each ailftftlonal lime, f I-W. Kaeii iiuiiiiiouii sonaro, same rate. A Utioral discount will lu made to permm con tlntilug tin- f.tmo advertisement for three, six, or twelve uioiillis. rrafiMKloti.il or business cards Inserted upon reaaonalilo terms. Job IM'iiitiiipr. TnK Minwi nfflcc In well supplied with Presses, il'Wti, Fancy aud Ornamental Type, and the pro- Ilor Is determined to execute an woric witit uliVii ho may be layered In the neatest aud best Mjle.f the art. Wort may bo ordered from nuy part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with thn ...

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. — 16 October 1869

The Indian Question. Death of Col. Carter. Letter from New York. IfHCotl, yVrlVioiut '.Territory. SATUUDAY MORNING. OCTOHIIR 15, 18C.9. Sun I'rrinrUrn A !. Tliruui llnVK i the rmtWUM ateflt for lh t iNF.n In San Kmnriwn Order left at hUofllrr. No.yO(MCmil fliir). Merchant' Kiebancr, OtlftimU ntret, 1-elow Mimtf-mnery, nill to promptly Attended to. U 1. KlMIF.K, tto VO nml SI, .Merrlmnt'i nirhnnirr, California lret, San KmiicUoo, it autborlml to octal Kinelo roplrt of the Ml.M.It can tw pirfliawl at the lNxtiifflco. Tho Prospecting Parties. A jart of tho Miller prospecting arty re turnct! hero this week. The remainder stop pod behind, at Hill Williams' inountain, to hunt and prospect Wo have not wen Mr. Miller, tho leader of tho party, but lenrn that ho went down tho Little Colorado nbout 150 miles, and saw no gold or evidentics of gold. The man upon tho strength or whoso yarn or tale tho trip was undertaken, "couldn't find tho right place." When last heard from, tho Jackson parly wa...

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. — 16 October 1869

2K Local Intelligence.' IvUE41'ott, October 1G, 1809. Vimu lint II1.0. Jlesir.t. Gray, Jonosnnd Wiin .Icrlicli got back Id town on the orentng of tins uiIiIihL. from Hio HigwiB. Mining uistnci, in miles cait from Trescott, with U10 best kind of raining news. It Is Ihitt Mr. Heslep had, previ ouy to tliclr departure- from tlio mill, run tlirongh nnd cleaned up flf 0 tons of rcfino ore from the Independence mine, which yielded twenty-two dollar and fifty cents per ton. In freo gold. Of coiirws this plciwod ovJ'ry liersou In tho district, nml will, we presume, pleo all friends of tlio Territory In and out of It. Taking the yield per ton, of thofirst-el.Tj oro from tho mine, which was worked In nn nt&sttA ft ebort tim ngo, by T W Hoggs and adding It to tho result obtnlned by Mr. Heslep, out of the unull pile of ore left by Mr Hoggs, and we have nn uforago yield of thirty six dollar per ton In free gold! enough, wo iliould gay, to pay handsomely, for working It. I-or this result tho ...

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. — 16 October 1869

(Sovcvnnwnt girtvcvtiincnt gvciscott gtdvcvfoci a1 (ijinwnmcut dvcvttecmcnto. For tho Young to Recollect. Strong as our prejudices nrc thoy mar bo Marvcil into submission, and without befog killed. He deaf to tho quarrelsome, blind to tlio scorncr, and dninb to tlioovho niumi.ichtev--busly Inqtilslllte, Keep yonr body sound : m wine savors of tbu cask it is kt-pt in, tlio soul receive n tincture from the frame through which it works. One reason that tho world not, reformed 'i because everybody would have others make a beginning and think not of himself. Truth would be popular with us if it pro posed only to correct the faults of others. It i the ordinary way of tho world to keep folly at tho helm, and wit under hatches. Never expect any assistance or consolation in your necessities from drinking companions. True liberty allows each individual to do Ml tho good ho can forhimsolf, without injur ing his neighbor. Hntc not opinion for being contrary to thy own. It is not certain but tho...

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. — 23 October 1869

6 -MIMMWWBMnWWMM WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME Yf. Til 15 ARIZONA mUll ri'IlLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, lMlKflt'OTT, YAVAPAI 6'OU.VTV, AW.ONA. Hi T I IHO IZl irriON": Ov f-pv. One Vrmr $7 00 ' Six MorMlfu,.... ..A.... 4 00 Tlirt Mmitlta, 2 30 ftn.-V Cu 25 ' i'-t-i lll not Mat Mttlens paid for In d !, .. -mr! win fmvrWtVf lie ittNWMillllMl st tbe . u J uf tin-1 line paid for. ti .iv. im ttmn, ES.O); eseh additional ,,. , i ; :(i. Uch mUHhmiil square, mhm mln. Mi! - ml illnomint will be niMli to parson con tui'itir. t- Mmi ailrertlsHl tOr Urt, U, or tphr- uwnUi. l'rof.-.ioiwl or Issstnens esmU Inserted upon rciWiwi'U) trro. .1 0 b X r i 11 t i 11 pf- T if Mirn .(Hi- U well sapptW with l'rr, t .it., w t iJ OmmMMaS Type, ami Um rw ro'KT M ii. rl to esSNMM nil A with n ' wav bo fevered in Um b tan ana . , -rt S.tU tv Ins onl ml from any pert of lire ', nuTt, ami. Vkm newMBfMitt4 wHb lb fah. u Hi. i,mii.iUv assented and sent by null, or r Mi.dbat Money ftc sntoerlptlon, , -i ..us i.r )h...

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. — 23 October 1869

i 4 C5I SATURDAY MORNING. OCTORKR 23. fniij KrmirUro Amnry. TlinMl tlnlc K l th" milMttml ricmt for 0 MlNV.il m Sun I'ranrW... Ordrti lft W nffirr. 'ci. 80 ruprnti.l ll.r) Mwhunl'ii Ktrtanir. OItnniU.trpetr U-kiw Mwitflvtm-ry, will be prttitly atlrodpd to. nil a K I'. HI1KK. ronmlUIBIKl -.'I, flnrmni i i. CnHf"niin ulrrrl. Rail rraariice. t autlwriuol to net m Agrnt hit thr JflMlK. 'Slntrle forir of the Mlnkk can tm porehawil alUii i .. ... .... . . ....-.. fi The Biver Counties. . Persons ,just arrived here from Yuma and Mbbavo cohntics, which bonier the Colorado river, say that progression is the onler of tlia day down there. Many new comer from Nevada and elsewhero have lately settled on the'rivcr. Tho new town of Ehrcnberg was being built up rapidly. Considerable mining waf beings done at EI Dorado Canyon, Mo have county, at Eureka, in Yuma county, tind other points on the river. Yuma and Mohave counties contain many mines of sold, silver anUjCpppcr,.U)ai win pay wen as soon as ...

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. — 23 October 1869

rvAW o Jir Locnl liitclligt'iico. I'iikhcott, October 23, lfifiD. ('ait. Wv. S. liirru: took passage In Hob. Wil liams' 'etaRC, for Cnliforiiiii. Untidily last. Wo were loth to part with the Captain, an wore all his old frtundi. and they aro numerous ifore. Little is onu or nature's noblemen, and we liopo to see hlui again soon, althouli thu chances nre nralnl mir doing so. for ho talked seriously of settling down for llfo ln'San 1'rancLsco. Guam's Staok, with mall and passengers, ar- j rived hero from ln I'az, Tuesday last, several linnrs ahead or time. Now that wt havo regular Mage communication with California, wo hope to nee r.ilifomlaiis who have expressed n desiie to cue tlii4 country, come down here and tako a look at it. We Shall do tlio best we can to mako their stay as agreeable- as possible. Cut. J. P. Haboravb, Jos. W. Knott, of this place, and Hon.Win.ll. Hardy, or lltirdyville. arrived here .MotAlay last,' from La Paz, Yuma county, which place they left on tho Wednesda...

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. — 23 October 1869

gplCX'. THE MINER. Into the crcrnnd lie plumres hi pick, Ami well be knows the artful trick Of sliding Iho pronjr between tho rock To tear them away In ponderous blocks. Amoni the rocks bis clear volco ring, As orrr Ms work hs mcrrilj sing : " What'cnre I for wealth or power, When tho Riant rocks before tne cower, And uver and quake In dread alarm At the powerful blows from my stalwart una J" Deeper and deeper down he eocs, A crumbles the rock before lilt blows; ; For little heeds he the darkness nnd cold, As he delves away for the prcclons gold. The sun mi the earth Its bright rays sheds, And Nature her plorlous Unutlcs'outsprcnd", Tet down In the ground lie burrows away, t While- the trembling rock-elves cease their play, And gaze with surprise at the mortal loId i Delving away for too precious gold. And Hope alone, with Its feeble ray, Cheering him up from day to day, Whispers again the tale oft told, "To-morrow may bring the prcclons cold." The months and years roll slowly along...

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. — 30 October 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PJtESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1869. NUMBER .42.: THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY MOUSING, PBE3COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. 1700 Ote Copy, One Year.. "400 .. Six Months. 2 Yx m...... fnnlh. 3 3U i. 1 tii .-- 1 ------ Sinc Coplei,. 25 T.iSwd will ft.wnMy bo discontinued atlhe rod of the time paid for. One square, ono time, 13 JO: each fWJ"0"1 i, f .1 ..i.ininn.1 innirii. 10 no rate. lime, A liberal discount will be made to person con 11,1, ..mo wlvertlscincnt for three, six, or business card Inserted upon titmice the twtWe months. Professional or rcdionable terms. Job Prin ti 11 PT- Tac MiSEn Office Is well supplied with presses, Haln. Fsncv and Ornamental Type, and t e Pff' nrktor U determined to execute all work with .bleb he may bo Uvored In the neatest and best ityleofthearl. Work may bo ordered from any part or the Territory, and, when accompanied with the ouli, H "ill U prompt Cisctilsd and by mall, or m dire...

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. — 30 October 1869

ext.. . mm Xrtncotl. .Ai'isr.onn Territory SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOllKR 30. lbCI. inn Km nrlirn .1 qrrn-j-. THOVAx WoTt i th witWIrr, !nt fnr the MRitR In "Sati I'ranrlem. 'rden 1fthln office. Nu JOe.ml door) Merchant'! l'.rbw. CaHfornla tivtrt. Mo !ontf' . will l promptly attended to. U I. I'ltltKlt. rm 20 anil 31. Merehant'i Rjtrhnn. California ;trert. Snn 1'rancKon. I authorised !o art a airrot for the Miner. ftinrle co4j nt the Ml.VK.K ran h webo! IVmtofli-e, Politics of the Territories. A rcrcnt number or the San Fmncisco Dally Iltrall has a lengthy article, in praise of tho Northern Territories for electing Democrats to office. It credits them with great pros perity, cntoqirisc, etc., find attributes all this good luck to tho fact that they are anil have lein Democratic It then says the South ern Territories New Mexico anil Arizona " arc and have been Republican, because they have been practically dead since tho begin ning of the war. No mining stampedes have carried a fresh lif...

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. — 30 October 1869

Local Jiitelllseiicc. Viiwcott, October 30, lff,3. 1'iKhOitf Muwbt.-IW (California) keeps ntlheoM USiird. JlMO ottl. per cwt. Now Mexican, f 20.00 greenback. W believe the ar ticle l Kitting scarce, but there In more on tlm wfly here both from California and Now Mexico. U Walnut (trove, IwOrityflvc miles from Pre, intt, good article of flour Is mado nnd will for 512.00, gold. Ere long, Howtrs' now will will commence to make llonr, but we do not expect price to dcicend until another year's crop of wheat is rnlx-d and milled. Corn meal, or home, manufacture, is plenty at $12.00 perdwt., green hack?. Iliuns home production, 12J ccnU per lb, Ilacon. .r0 cLn per lb. 11am, 50 cl. I.ard, jier can, 3 1-0. Potatoes are plenty at five cent per lb. Onions 121 cU Huttcr, U fcArcb anil ,nr. the fresh article ranging from $2.00 per II). fipwardi. Eggs, S2.00 per dozen. Meats Hef. W cts.; mutton, 0, and pork, 50. Corn retails nt f. cts. per lb., gold;' the farmer hare been sell ing for 5 cent. Lum...

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. — 30 October 1869

Fast and Slow. Onr alms nrc Ml too high ; ire try To gain ttio summit nt n bound, t ft When wo should reach' H etcp by step " And climb the ladder ronnd by round. He who would climb the heicbts sublime, Or breathe the purer Mr of life, , i Mut,iiot expect to rest, lit ea'e, . But brace himself for toll or strife. Wc sbou'd not In our blindness seek To grasp alone for crand and great, Dlsdalnlmj every smaller good ; For trifles make the ncirrcste. And If a clood ihould hover o'er a M "Out weary piihwny like spall; " ' Hcracmber, God permits It there, And bis good purpose reigns o'er all. Life should be full of earnest work, Our hearts undashed by lortuno's frown; I.ej perseverance conquer fate, And merit seize the victor's crown The battle Is not to the strong. The race, not always to tbo fleet; And he who seeks to pluck the stars Will lose the Jewels nt his fect. Brigham Young's Property. A correspondent of tho Philadelphia JVtw, gives the following schedule of Brigham's assets : Mu...

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. — 6 November 1869

J.3KSC -iii.sUiI''I MtNER. THE WEE ARIZONA it n s . I t 1 . it if .1 C.IP I . I. - I. 4 .. ill,. 1 nil i Liin Tii.ifMin in r.fvnt 1 non inn npiinnupm. i nun nu iilituliuii liihl in vu aav uuruuuu VOLUME VI. . rr, f T 1 lriT 17 I) THE AllUUJNA ftuiiii.li. PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 0, 1X09. -;a.v."-- - Domestic )TT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, A1U.ONA. HUJmcmr-riox: - . ft- n rr . rw W iW.P ' V" unci"'!'; "-,--.. uu Three Month", 2 50 ci.i r IJOI)lrM V . . '"- i ...1.1 r,.- iti .r Will IIOl IIP Mill. Ulliura i. iv; , - ,J "lll"U.nWy bo discontlntHa at the fiUc time paid for. T '' ADVKnTIBINO: r ,1 discount w 111 I made to it9iij con--tut- ni advertisement for throe, six, or ,. one time. .T00; each additional A J Job .X-r in ting. t. nm nfflw 1 well suppUM with Vrossw, ...i nrtiniuMital Tvnc. and the pr ' "7., .. . -,iWH work with " . . . a... ii4t-nMi in inn iiniUBk itiiu s--ra in nnlerctl iroui any iii " -r.l t ill UJC BUM, .or V .rk ruv i ........ i ...i wtiri irif? nu tTmiM...

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. — 6 November 1869

rvTv -J tmwt. "PconooU. A.vtj'.oija '.Territory. SATURDAY MOUSING. NOVEMKKR 0, 1809. Wnti Frnnrtarn A si-nry. Thomas Notch ii th.- nuthorijf J neent for the Mitch In Son KmikHvo (M-tt Ift at lilt ifl.ce. No. : (wimil Ho.tr. Merchant' KrrhnnjT, CliAn1.i itml, b!uir Montgimitry, will ! promptly ttndel to. rllloniU itreet, San KmncJco, ) autlnirlutljo act a Kinrle copirt of th MflKR Pin be ptireWnril M the Arizona's Advantages. Whild wo of Arizona cannot boast of big cities, hugo manufactories, neat temples of religion, etc., etc., wo can, with truth, toot our horns in praise of our mild, salubrious climate, rich mines, productive ranches, grand forests, "everlasting" mountain?, and bcauti ful scenery. True, the Territory embraces considerable "scrubby" country, fit only for coyotes, snakes and lizards, and it afflicted by a villainous race of savage?, whose ancestors must havo broko loose from Hades. But they aro tho thorns in this bed of roses, and villainous as they arc, we ought. t...

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. — 6 November 1869

Yf 25S f? Jcal Intelligence. I'nKscoTT, November C, 18G9. Variktim Coviquk. Tbo members of UiU troupe deserve considerable praise for their act ing and conduct. The troupe lias made consid erable money, every dollar of which has been expended for warnrobc, stage effects, and other nccewnry things. Tho manager, Corporal Harry IMY'itt Informs us that the members are all sober, Intolllgcftt soldiers, who tuko delight In acting well their parts and ministering to the enjoyment of soldiers nd clllfcns. Not a dollar has been spent for wbhky, nil to this fact, wo think, may bo attributed the post success of tho troupe und tho fair prospect It has for continuing to achieve success and sticking together." Lbit rdk Camp Tli,-oati:. The following named officers, started, Tuesday morning last, for Camp Toll-gate: Ilreyt-Major-Gcncral Frank Whcaton, commander of Uie iib-dlstrict of Up jper Arizona, CapU E. D. llakor, Chief Qiiarter isiastcrof tbosubdlstrlct, IJr.MIddlotoa, surgeon .at Fort Whipp...

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. — 6 November 1869

- :t Roast Han. win m:i. .1 7 Another Week. Up fmm hit eleep of larknwa lias climbed .. the- warm win once morn, and we hnvo ewletl another wcok of our live, lived to we the liegitining of another week, of which wt inaj never witntsR the close. Seven ilay of lite travel, seven days less of the world's woe anl joy. Seven days more of the rush and little of the world, seven days nioro of age, if we ltvi to eo them end. It seems only a week rJncc the strong man who pushes aud jotle hfs way towant ctcrnitr, was tossed on a pa rent's knee, was a lad at childish sports, wondering if he should over livo to Le a man, wondering how life must seem to the bowed down veteran of years. It is only a step from the cradle to manhood, and the short way is no full of short rocks and deep roots that we can only catch here and there a blooming flower as we look back. Hearts thnt once filled eyc3 with tender tears at'a loving or sympathetic word scared oTcr 'with tho many wounds received from the, selfi...

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. — 13 November 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA XQlVM VI. THE ARIZONA MlNElt. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rKE?coTr, yavapai coun't y, Arizona. siraisoniirrioi )ne CrtPT, One Year,...' . . $ 7 00 .. " Six Month 4 00 . " Three Months, . 250 Finale Copies, 25 Papers will not be onl unless paid fof In Ad vance, nnd will inrariablij be discontinued At lie vaJ of the time paid or. vrvinrtxisrG: On1 iwjnare. one time, M-00;.rach additional time, M. .Each additional square, same rate. A libera! dliconnt will be made to persons con tinning the ino advertisement for three, six, or i'rofi'sstonal or business cards Inserted nion .reasonable tfrms. Job Printing-. TnE MtsVU o.Hcc Is well supplied with Presses, VK'n FitnW i.-nd Ornnmental Tyr. and the pro urirtor i l-U-rmlnd to execute all work with rh, U he way bf laored In the neatest and best KjkofthearU Work mr lo ordered from any part or the T. rr.wrr, anfl, when accompanied with the cash, H .a t " promptly executed aud scut by mall, or l'rfm sending us moi.ey for ...

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. — 13 November 1869

V ArlikAm 'X'crrltory. ""pruHputt, TUIM)AY,.MnKNINOt NOVEMBER 13. If f.P. Snn Friitn li i Auniry. TllOMAH NOTCH l the nutliurlznl ncnt Kr Ihf Mtxvn 'n Ran Pnnrlm, Orders ln Hi hl nrtiee. No. JO (woind rlor). tere1qt' ..xrtiAliir. (JnllfhrMt trret, Iwlow MuntKorncrjr, I I I'rumptljr , itTHlt to. T T. KWir.lt. twn SO ami 21. Merchant Kirhanpf. (Jnllfurriln Uw4, Sad I'raiidscn, I nuthnriu-d tonctiu iSnt fur the Miner. Plfirl ropVi of the Mwr.lt can be imrcluvKil at the f"f.ItiCkT. H j . ADDRESS OF GOV. A. P. K. S AFFORD. Henht A. IIigklow, Com. !) lOn the day succeeding the arrival of Gov ' cmor Saflbrd, a number of citizens of this plarc having mot together, Messrs. C. 0. IJcan, Jf-.A. Iligclow ami Jcsso Jackson wcro np t.i pointed r eommittco to wait upon tho Gov- " -cmor, and request that lie would speak to tho'citizens at the Court IIouso before lcav ing(Proscott. Tho committc accordingly ad- druised tho following note to tho Governor Prkscott, Arizona, Oct. .TO. 1809. W Sir: As a ...

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. — 13 November 1869

Local Intelligence. l'nweoTr, November 13 1809. School KxilinttioSV-Thdclo.tJ or the first terra of Mr. Oiss' school, in this place, was celebrated witli a school exhibition, in tbo Klysian Hnll, Friday Nov. filh. Tlio exercises consisted of dcchlmlns, rending essays, nhtl singing, nnd was performed In a manner most complimentary to tlic school. In tbo evening the tchool were treated to a party given them by their teacher, which was a very plcaant affair, and all, both young mid old, great and small, luxuriated fero ciously "pon the delicate viands spread before them. In whole, the affair was one of those old fbtoned plcaantries which are so successful In Plotting out little differences happening during Xtc past term, and strengthening the affection and confidence between teacher and scholars. Mr. Crlss purpose re-opcnlng his school or Ionr!y next, in the saino room occupied at his former term. Indian UKrnEnATiov, Saturday night lat, ft band of Indians made a raid upon the settle me...

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