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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 September 1875

.. .,-.-- , , , - j; 1 M , HA4.X i.( THZ ''KOUIfDEH. BT HKOWJ.. When n "rounder" is I roke, which Is oftcu tbe case, . , , . I . .nlrror Hllll lilTlffc will rofk'Ct ill IlIS WCC. Just watch all'liia act, nnd you'll easily perceive, . ... . t i , t Wbat.tsaorM tje'lLuiaKe, uu guuu jucn. tu itiuti He will not po to bed any nitflit until late, i.. t,mira in allure some uoor wretch to hid fate. 'Imfit luckhoiild iirclncc tbroVa-msn in his war, If be don't lend a stake, there la the devil to pay i Fdr lie want of four bits. It Las often been said lie will try to stand otrsoiuc hotel for his bed. Should the landlord refuse, lie is bound to repali JoJllusual ojdjcouch an old bar-room chair. lie stands on the corner of some principal street, Always jreaxn) to uaK ,uy acquaintance to ireni. Whdn invited to 'drink, he will then try and tforlJiisfroiirhla 'rlend'till ho meets him to morrow. Jf the jlnglo of coin should once meet his car, ThatJnoraeiiUthe "rounder' Is sure to appear. Yatf will ...

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. — 24 September 1875

raona 3 " fol. XH. No. 38. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. THE RUM MANIAC. MV. BTJTLE IR The frit nnmberr the AVEEKLT MlNT.u was imueilon ,Tcb 9. 1661. n4 in this, iu twelfth year, it can, ,rith troth, claim to ha the oldest, largest and best news paper in the Territory. Subscription Rates $7.00 4.00 Jnt Cory, One Year....... " Sir Monthi " Three Months... rfH(ClC-ri ... 2.50 ... 25 I WE HAVE HAD BUSINESS WITH THE KOL lowini icroni ami firms, nnd rn-oinmend them a Mural dealers. The fact that they imblish to the world, and make no secret of the fact that tliev are in busine. is e vidence enough n show that they intend to do the tur tuing iy everybody. PRESCOTT. A RMSTRONO HART. II., House. Klcn and Carriajrw XX Painter and lajer Hanger. Cortex street. SHER Si CO., Merchant!, Wholesale and Retail, L Goodwin street. Advertising Rates. Ono inch (12 llnei of this type). In colnmn. 3.0...

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. — 24 September 1875

AY it. mr a'. J. J3utler, Editor. FJIIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1815 accounts for adrertuing and sub scription wlddi became due on or beore the first day of February, and all bill for legal other titement tchich apptared in the Miner prior to thai dale are imjalilt to John H. Marion. All accounts accruing since that dale are jmjaHtle to T. J. Duller, the present proprietor. TiTEr Lave a ma-log scare in Tucson ; a case in which the innocent have to snfler with the guilty, the clean with the unclean, all dogs, whether mad or "clothed and in their right rainfl," come under the ban and have to die unless their owners keep them confin ed. Prescott could stand the extermination of a thousand or so and still have enough left for all practical uses. The Callen Partt. Mr. Howie, who keeps run of the party that is coining from Junction City, Kansas, under the leadership of A. W. Callen, has shown us a paper con taining this information : The party was at Los Vegas, X. M., August 27th, and would rcae...

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. — 24 September 1875

DlSTKQOIMinD Abhivals.-Got. Coles Bash-1 Local Intell i fy f n r a v v I bOT. fTntria U-.l. r t ford, secretary, Hon. ELP T.TL-im agclojr.and- Ben Moore w J t a 111 I nCLl- IlIIMIiI!" VPCTAi1n a . . Cwm, inciattornevfor Ari,nn. ..,u, ' " : j rcmrncu Deiore nitut -..v,. i . . -""i iu uuu. iionn smith vviiav hnri nn.nn.. -.. . ServlcPi.T-R.- -m.nn arrived Iiere vest,-,!,.. t . ..... meir success vf ri.n.h ' , r' mine Meuooist F.pu- " - j pnvaie convey- COpal Coarch. on Ulnnn ilrwt 1 o . nnrw Til. . . " v' . .. . , s imiii. .niiirn i miw. Immediately after service. Rev t. ... . uto lw mcei ms family who are kdkIpH inirrooin. . r town a day or two. Spkcial Notices mffc; readinn column , comes to meet his family who arc crpectcd Ins room. be charged at the rale of Tinnxr NT3 Unc , T 'T? Ca,ifrn!a D Suudi Mr- "Oy .mull is a merchant, uost and TT T. . 1 . . . .. ' O 1 ".HI I . n. recpics, or Wlckenburg-, has been in ial.c ,s "lv,DS IVcscott a Kood share of atten- Tun Mayor of Prescott has ...

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. — 24 September 1875

9 mtx. THB OUTSIDE DOG IN THE FIGHT. You may finz ol" jonr do-, your bottom doj;. Or ol any dos tUat you pleaae; I co for tbc do-, the nice old dos, Thai knowingly takes bis case, And vrairsiiiff liU tall ouuidu the rins, Keeping al-vays his bone in eiht, Cares notapln in bis eouud old bead, For citber do in tbe tigbt, N'ot his is tbc boue tbey are ficbting for, Aud-vrbysbouldtnydOKfcailiu, With uotliinz to cniu but a certain chance To lose bis own precious kin. Tbcrc may be a few perhaps who tail To sec it quite In this ll;:bt ; But when tbc fur flics I bad rather be Tbe outside dog in thetizbt- I know there arc do-s-injudicious do That think it is quite tbe thin To take tbc part ot one of tbc dogs, And go yelping into tbe ring. But I care not a pin what ail may say In regard to the wrong or tbe right, 3Iy money kocs, as well as my eopE. For tbe dog that keeps out of tbe fight. PIMA ITEMS. From tho Tuteoii Citizen of September 11th: A. Wilkins. barber, yesterday undertook to have t...

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

i - - " " " 1 1 Fol. XII. No. 39. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, T. J. IB TJ T L E R. The first number of the Wekkly MlN'EK was issued on srcb 9, 1664, and in thii. iU twelfth year, it can, with trntn, claim to be tUe oldest, largest and belt news fsperia the Territory. Subscription Rates Jne Copy, One Year S7.00 filx Months 4.00 " Three Month. 2.50 SIns;le Copies 25 Advertising Rates. One Inch (12 line of this type), in colnmn, 3.00 for first insertion anu 51.50 per Inch for each additional insertion, A liberal discount from above rates will bo iniule to per' onswbo advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasons ble terms. Persons sending us money for subscription, advertising or job work, may forward it b tcall, or otherwise, at their own risk. Lgal Tender Kota taken at par in payment or tub' teriplion, advertizing and job work. CTEKKS. In advance invariably. Address all orders and letters to "THE MINER." Pres...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 1 October 1875

V- xo O?. J. Sutler, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1873. TRIP TO THE PINALS. What E. S. Junior knows about TnrHang, Indian Agents, Military Officers, eta Ml accounts for advertising and sub scription vhich became due on or before the first dwjfifi February, and all bills for legal adver tisements tchich-appeared in the Miner prior to that date are p-iyable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since tltat date are patjalle to T. J. Butler, the present yrojtrielor. INDIAN MATTERS. Agent J. P. Clam of San Carlos, bas writ ten a very long letter to the Citizen, at Tuc son, and we regret tbat, owing to a want of space, wc are unable to give it entire in tbeso columns. It bas been our purpose to pub lish all tbe facts in controversy between the military and civil officers, so far as we could do so conveniently, and allow the reader to make up bis own verdict, notwithstanding an efTort to identify us with tbe ni.Htary side of the question. We believe to consolidate the civil and milita...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 1 October 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. ' SrvfeM rery Sunday, at I0-.30, at the Methodist Epb cojal Church, on Marina stret. l'rescott. Sunday school jj. ij. wkight. Faster. Special Norrcns m Ac rearfmy columns teill vc owyra at me rate of Tmirrr cr.STS per line j...- u iiociuy cent a tne for each Otto Esch is dealing ia stock to some extent Last .Monday one of his cows made a calf, and SDU ,u a Jar uencc tuat calf will make a cow eo Horn 6ays. ' Mrs. M. Hullcrj, an Aunt to Mrs. Allen, ar. rived here from l'ortland, Orepon, a few days incc and will make her home here. Ilathaway & Walker have removed into their new butcher-shop on Montezuma street. The building in its new coat of white p iint looks real scat both out-side and in. District Coukt. The Octobor term of the District Court will convene on Thursday next, October 7th, instead of Monday the -1th, Judpc Tweed finding it impossible to reach here iu time. THE GRADERS, Ox the Military Road Sentember f) 1Q7A Editor Mixee:! hro w, ....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 1 October 1875

1 to MOLLY MORIAKTY". Molly Moriarty, Pink of propriety, Molly Moriarty. Molly my own ; Sore your Tim Is sad, How could bU heart bt Kd Since like an Icicle Molly has grown. Ocb 'twas your eyes so bine Cut my poor beart in two, Each took a half of It, carried it off; Then when I spoke of love. Swore by the stars abore, , gore 'twas unkind of you, Molly, to ecofC Oft at the cabin door, When the doll day Is o'er, SaJly I sit and send sighs on the gale ; Rain from my weeping eyes Fnllyatreainsnpp!irt, . Where drink the cows that graze In the rale. Pigs In a pratie patch, Banning a rootin' match. Bow iu the bntterallk drinking her fill ; Cow in the cabbages, Making sad ravages Everything gone to destruction at will. Soon In the waters deep, Tim's weary bead shall sleep, Backers and shiners shall nibble my nose ; Waves rolling over me, Singing a lullaby, Or a sad requiem when the wind blows. "What's that you're saying, joy ? Tim, come and kiss me, boy !" Here, bould my hat while I skip on...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 8 October 1875

Vol. XII. No. 40. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER S, 1S75. Established 1SG4. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAY, ....BV BUTLEE. T - J - The firnt number of the WEEKLY MlXF.it was insuedon '-h 9 Se64. and In thi. it twelfth year, it 'can, il tratk. cUim t he the oldest, largest and best news- in the Territory. Subscription Rates jMCory.O"?'" SIRn i. Six Month 4.00 " Three Months 2.50 isKleCpies 20 Advertising Rates. Oneineh (12Tir.esof Oil tyH- In column. S3 00fnrfirt jiifrtinn and per inch for each additional Innertlon. lii-nl .lUrv.nnt fnm above rates will be made to per- wd who advertise largely by tiie year, half year or naarter. Prfesimal and bnsines card inerted upon reasona ye term. Ieon irefling n mimev fit Mltuoription, advertUlnsr or job work, may forward" it by -nail, or otherwUe, at Xiir own riV. Ugal Ttndrr Xotes taken at par in payment for tub tcription, advertising and job itwrfc. TEKMS. In advance invariably. Address all order and letters to - "THE M...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 8 October 1875

'J?. J. liutler, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER Stli, 1875. tjrT -All account for adcertixing and sub- that could be construed into 2 usurpation of power, before we put too much confidence in what appears to be a determined eflort for his removal on tbe part of at least a respect able number of the leading citizens of Tuc son, not alone because of his opposition to the public schools, as we have seen in the case of the member of the board of supervis ors who voted last winter for the corporate scholl bill, but for some other, and if we mir - THE OTHER SIDE" TELEGRAPHIC. THE FECK SERIES, ETC. Such is the caption of an article in the Editor Miner : A few weeks ago, I re " .?. X J .. . T-J il . . I ..orVw ,xcnmc w on or wott me jirsi be allowed to question the cnod faith of so uayv, revmary.ana cutout or ugai aaccr- age a number of mpectable gentleman, c.c,.u, i u,e turner prior w perhaps not so valid a reason, or reasons. uu wc arc payvHt to jorm n. marvm. mi We un(erSt(u,d the Supreme Court...

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. — 8 October 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Sunday, at J 030, at tl Marina street. TViv immediately after service. Rev. d! B. Vwcut, Pastor! l7wTery 81 at lhe Methodist En. copal Church, on Marina street. Frebcott. Sunrtar Mhivol Srcit. Notices Me rcarf, roimn will be charged at the rate of thiht- J! " " ' x jt . . ver line ..V 7- 1- tu;CT"y cents a me for each The Senator Mine and M11L OnSund-iy last we made an excursion tn f- Frederick's mill on the ILusayarap.i, some twelve miles from Prcscott, and witnessed the cicamnK up or the plates, which they find it necessary to do once or twice a day while work ins: the snlphuret ores, in order to keep the juaics cican cnou;n to save the ;od, and even with this precaution it is quite clear that a larKe percentage escape in spite of all they have been ahie to do. Mr. Frederick is quite encouraged, however, at the fact that though his ore is base' and refractory, he has an unlimited quantity of it in the mine, and with the further important fact tha...

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. — 8 October 1875

SYFMTOMS. lie is sure nossesscd. madam." Twelfth Night, lr, when you bear a certain lady's name, You feel your pulse ;,rivo a midden atari, Or blush, as if some tccret sense of shame Had stirred, just then, the currents of your heart; And if that name to put it rather strong In euphony teems very much above All other namei I think I can't he wrong To tcuturc the opinion, you're in love! If, when at last, by some auspicious chance, You meet the lady at the ball or play. You shrink abashed before her modest glance, And quite forget the words you meant to say ; And if moreover, gazing at her baud, You wieh upou that baud you were a glove, It isn't very bard to understand (Sec "Homcq and Juliet"(, you're in love! II with two ladies, ou a sum aer's day, You sit alone, at luncheon or ut tea, And think, If one of them were but away (A mile or so), bow happy you would be ; Yet find your wits in such a Kiddy whirl, You scarcely speak to her you're thinking of, Bat prattle gaily with the othe...

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. — 15 October 1875

v f 1) A ! met .rr si - Fol. Xn. No. 41. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVEttY FRIDAY, nr.... T - J. BTJTX.EE.. The flrstnurnber of the WEEKLY MlNF.lt was Issued on !arcu . 1HH. and in thU. iu twelfth' jr ear; It can, with trutuV claim to b the oldest, largest and belt news paper in the Territory. .--, . Subscription Sates . j v? . . Jne Copy. One Year S7.00 " " Six Months., 4.00 Tlire Mouth. :- 2.50 single Copies 25 Advertising Rates. ' 1 One Inch ("12 line of this type), in column. $3.00 for first tnitrtinn and 31-50 per inch for each additional Insertion. A liberal discount from above rates tyIIIIkj made t4j per tonsirlio advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. ' Professional nnd business cards inserted upon reasona bl terms. Persons sendintf us mwtey for subscription, advertising orjob-work- may forward it by mail, or otherwise, at their own risV. Lgal Xcfld'r Xotu taken at par in payment for sub teriptim, advfrtiting nnd job wnrk. nSTEKMS. In advance invariably. Addr...

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. — 15 October 1875

U J. Uutler. Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 1875. J52T -AH etcconnU for advertising and sub- fcription irhich Ir.came due on or he fore the first day of February, and ail hills for legal adeer iistvUnWieiich appearel in the Miner prior to thai dale are'vnvdble to John . Maxim. All axounU accruing since that date are payalAe to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. Dir. Joseph Lesesnk, thp Mineral Park physician, having folded bis tent like the HavBjow, and silentlj transferred himself to another clinic, without liquidating bis in debtedness to this office, receives this addi tional free notice in order that the people of Ivanpab, Cal., -whither he is said to have gone, may understand his system of doing business and not cross him in it. He was "raised a pet, and expects to'be indulged. The change of route between here and Hardyville, leaves Beale Springs out of the schedule, the postoffice having been discon tinued there, and now goes from Free's Wash direct to Mineral Park, cutting ...

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. — 15 October 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Services every Sunday at 10i30, at the Methodist Erii oofl C'DUrcn, on sianna itreet, Prescott. Sunday school Special Notices i fAe. reading columns will at cnargea cm we rate oy TniuTT CENTS per line jorjiTi imcfHwi, fta ivccmy cents a trie for each Jack Hill has a brick kiln cooling and -will be readj to deliver in a day or two. A. H. Peeples is in town making preparations to take up his permanent residence here. There arc unclaimed, packages at the C. & A. 8tage Co.'s office for J. N. Marlow and Capt. J. Simpson.. The "Nogcct" Saloon, Davis & Newton, will be open to-morrow (Saturday) evening, with a (Jrand Free Lunch. Everybody go and fil! up. Mr. yi. tu. Burk lias banded ns a statement of what be knows about Indian affairs at Camp Apache which will receive attention next week. The immense stock of new goods piled in the warehouses of L. Bashford fc Co. Is a sight to 'see. 8evcnty-eight thousand and twenty-one pounds arrived this week. A...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 October 1875

Ik mat TAKING TOLL. In the door.af the mill stood Richard tec White as an Image of eaon waa he, From his heavy boot to his bearded lips, From the crown of his bat to hU flower tips. Now, slowjjjoffelnff alonpr thtJ tlfetli Drove farmer Brown with his prist Ut wheat, And with him Bessie, fresh as the 8irin, And ripe as the fruit the Fall months bring. While the farmer drove abont the town, Yob Lee ground the wheat and bolted It down With many a glance at the maiden fair Who sat by the door In the oaken chair. At last he called bcr in shouting tones. And she stood by the whirling, rumbling stones, And watched the grain as it ebbed so still, Till the farmer came, but the noise of the mill Drowned the noise of his feet, and over the hopper A good deal closer than he thought proper, Two heads were bent, and when Richard Lee Saw him standing there, he stammer d: "I see That Is" (then paused and shuffled his feet,) "I think there are weevils in your wheat!" But the farmer smiled and6ald: "...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 October 1875

- . 1ff Jttttur -tuotia (fc? ij '1 1 . v : Ml m . XII. No. 42. THE ARIZONA MINER. " PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, .nr.... J- BUTLER B' ... firlt number of the WEKKLY MlXKR wa Usuedon troth, claim t be the oldest, largest and belt news- -spermine Subscription Rates 1..V.r 4. ."..87.00 .. Six Mouths ' Three Month. Z.OU .. i-n...1. . . - ......... 25 !EK Advertising Rates. n. Inch f 12 line of thi type). In column. 3.00 for firit lirtion and 1.50 per inch for each additional insertion. tfrora shore rate will be maiie to per- ... "v,. advertise largely by the year, half year or Professional and busine cardi inierted upon reason Pnn sendine n money for lubserirtlon. adrertisinir ioTwork. mJ ? forward' it b audi, or otherwl.e. at 'isaal Tender Koltt taken at jvir in payment for tub. I ROOKE & erirti(nt.advtrtiringan&jbvrK. J) Goodwin gjr TERMS. n advance invariably. Address all order and letter to " THE WHEB." Preicott, Arlxoaa. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCT...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 October 1875

RECENT SILVER DISCOVESTES TTT THE- "VICINITY OP PRESCOTT. r-T. J. Sutler, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22d, 1875. j3" accounts for advertising and tub tcripticn vhich became due on or before the fint day of February, and all bills for legal adstr tltements vhieh appeared in the Miner prior to that data are payable to John II. Marion All account accruing since that date, are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. Editor Miner: I am-constantly receiv ing letters of inquiry respecting the recent silver discoveries in this vicinity, asking for information respecting their location, extent, facilities for working, climate, etc. Having spent the most of my time for the last six months in prospecting, and having visited most of the mining districts in this county, I will endeaver, through the columns of your paper to answer some of their inquiries. In order that pnrties residing out of the Territory may understand the situation of reter" l will agree to pay all the "Pauls" ever been t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 October 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. THE GILES .CASE. He Pleads Guilty andmifc . ferric every Sunday, ano-JO, at the Methodist J3r.U. copal Churcn, on nur.na street, rrescott. Sandar school uobjeuhmsv f-. i. xi. iv BIGHT, Pastor. the Court es a Speech to flames 8. .Giies, defaulting PottnMter havinir been Indicted by Le U. crind Jury SS Oil t "a.?"' w,7Z r,",-"nf eatealinfe $$,2G0.CS of money Wednesday evening K,t entitled "Boston Din!" Col. be charged at the rate of rnmrr cunts per line order fnds, and the other for the embezzler laubn M- jft mjerrton. ant twentu cent n r . , ' Jur "Je emoezziement ""o1" 'VT, ' w ? " 10 posw-e money, of which nmnn. a u t- J i-n! mSCI! XT FoRT WHIPPLE.-WC ac knowledge onr obligation Col. Jame P. Mar. Uo and Judge W. W. Johnson for inritation, ani"rMP vCntarJtlCket3 10 th flra P'tonn. Fr' U:WPP,e AmatenrramatJe As- "w afc lDe en. Crook Cluh llm. iue plav was the PgESCOTT. . a ion aoont "tlua' uiumatc defe cation I3.70SSG was .. An,1 Ihnt ilniui .,1.. !...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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