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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 August 1867

J3g ARIZONA MINER. VOliUMIO IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24, 1807. r. Issued Every Saturday. WILLIAM H. FORI), Publisher. .SL'HSOltll'TIO.V I r... nnr- Vtar. ' 55,00 Korflrinoutlm, 8,00 t-r three months, 1,150 For tlnsflf copies, ,23 Payable In advance, without exception. AI)Vi:i5.TIl,Vt jnu.irc equals ten line of Hits lellcr. Ono .nire nr K f. one Insertion, f,00, Each subse- njfnt lncrtl'ni, fl,50. One square standing for three month, f 10,00. For six months, 115,00. vr one year, i!5,W; and at. the same ratc tor tint (iuantilli'8. All kinds of Job work executed to orJcr, with ij.sf atcli, and nl rcneuname prires PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. R. PLATT, Attorney and Counselor at Law Pinc-St. TUCSON, A. T. 0. II. OURY, Attorney and Counselor nt Law, Court IIotic Uuilding Tuoso.v, A. T. HENRY JENKINS, ii i iiirin t ii in i i iiiiiiisi in f i , i in it. Tca.u; A T. J. P. IIARGRAVE, ttornoy and Coumcllor at Law, Cortcz-St. I bird hotiie couth ol tlio l'Jaza, PRESCOTT, A. T. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 August 1867

1 f f -& fcfi U Mil) I 1 M e!J) r; garrisoned byr rotniwnlea of infantry and 1 thoritic, cr discussing the propriety of ta- r of cavalry. Deducting three of the exte rior degrees, north and east, there remain , for thi dtetricte degree, or only fatlf au ' i?rec less tlian tlie total territory totnprisiyl 1 in all tli otlier districts ; hut computing all ! the area of the district, which is only fair fj)r rtmrmrti.mr.ti.ll- 1rtrsn tl.! .n.tMpt (Hint .-.III THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA, .X o.re miles, against 60,000 for all tbff - . ' - other district. In round numbers there arc the inhabited parts ol the other di5tri,'arc4 it proper to roport to the Central, and on the 25th of April he did so m the lullowing v It. JIKACUA.M. Kill tor. l'lUMCOTT, AUGUST St. 167 Appeal for More Troops Letters fhom Go i:unuu McCormick to Gkn. Mi DuWELL. The following letters have lately been sent to Brvl. Major General McDowell, command ing the Department of California, by Gov- 'i.tyjOO square mile...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 August 1867

A V V It lt r3o A U G U ST 21, 1S07. . -- Mi.hiii. i n ifiviirruir una C . . I itnr. of Now York City, a Commit ,t,.,i. for t ils ltrruur. .......irn has been unusually warm during k TIlC crops jiruiiueu uiivij. tf Dituwi.s ami J. 1. Hargravc arrived this 1UBgftoiaWlcbnburg. r.t R!NTr.NUENT WENT ima gone i niiionu:i for uic upon nu uiui u , i.iu a tmsltlon under the Hutter- ;.iPy umub ... iiirnv os a man in love. J us train i.i .i.nnnrs iur run 11 uiuihik u Corrts, Jr., Mr. Peterson and others rttcA with the Bully Ilucno mine have gone ... .. i ,. I ...... -. i ... t, 1 I y . uruuki ii in 1 ii.u ui i hi; . jtid mill. . l . T Tl r . niii gOOUl IICIV iv ill" ii-" J,i-- C1CIJu'"h s ....r-r Tn those lav the tclcirratib la tin. .....l,lnr 111 I'OOIl ilinllC. .,. t...nrfiii u c now have a rcnort. which iriie. lhat Illation Ltmev and nartv of i. .ir nfrli.irltv were not molested In- ! to a-t ooi uecomo oi santa It is reported he was not hung, but held ,riioncr ... . i. ni 'I linri la 111nl...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 August 1867

ttk. ;lvkona Miner. VOETKY. Seldom have wo seen sad words more touclilngly attuned to notes of Brief, than in tlie exquisite poem below. Over tho wild waste of ruined enrthly hopos, tboy soar, tri umphantly to tho promise : " Earth hM no sorrow, That Honvcn cannot cure." The poem was lately sent to Gov. McCor mick by a lady frferid in Kentucky, and is from the pon of Jean La Joroid of Murianno, Florida ; THE MARRIAGE VOW. Fold llio wardrob, for 'tta prleelMs , To tho weeping husband, wlfels ; Fold It for a end remembrance, For my eyes enn ne'er behold It, Bui the wearer still Is with It, . And 'tis inournlul now to sec It, Fold It In the form she lft It ; . In the plaits her liands had touched It; Fold It place It for reinembrauce. Rev'rcutly, each pearl and (rem rccaso Reverently, each Jewel In It place, Neatly, each ribbon, silk and lace, For the wearer now U dead ! Jdi-'- QodI thou knowost this Is rfc-rrow, .r i Hard to bear through eaeh to morrow Of the world, so hollow hollow R...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 31 August 1867

.'- taStenia.1 . sf i ARI 'VOLUME IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 18G7. NUMBER 19. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.! NEW YORK A 1) VERTISEM ENTS. CALIFORNI V ADVERTISEMENTS. LEG A L A DY ERTISKMENTS. MINER & - Issued Every Saturday. WILLIAM II. FOttl), Publisher. stniscniPTioN $5,00 3,00 l,fi0 i Kor fix month", vurtlirLfiiiontliN r. iualt' copies, I'avabic 111 auvniicu, nnuvu,, v..,-.-... AI)VHItTISl I " . i ...t.l.m.l .ivtMlfnn ((jiiarc cotni ' .inn i wua 01 kinds of job work executed to order, with J, li, and at reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL OAK US. M. R. PLAIT, mid Counselor at Law Pinc-St. TUCSON, A. T. IttnrnOV G. 11. OURY, 1 I T BLttonioy and (Jounseior at, .uaw, Court House Building Tucson, A. T. HENRY JENKINS, jLttonicr mid Counselor at Law, Triuo, A T. J. P. 1IARGRAVE, Ittomev and Counsellor at !iv, Oortez-St. I Third hou.-e south of tho Plaza, PRKSCO'IT, A. T. 7 J NO. HOWARD, Ittorncv ami 1 itinreilor at uw, rnwnv. 1)11. F. P. HOWARD, Ivurun and .Sur...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 31 August 1867

m OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA, humbug. Tlio commissioners apjwintcd some tnouth iice to Inquire generally into thorauseof the Indian dilHculties on the phin, nnd to suggest steps fur their suppression, havo malic their report, nml we And a synopsis of it in our late eastern exchange. Gen. Snnfonl, one of the conunixioner)', says : "To secure peace it is necessary for the Territory, anil esjiecially against those be tween here anil the Colorado, who evidently mean anything but jicace. The men who wcro hilled with Mr. Stimpoit were employ ed by him at Los Angeles Tor the oxjisdition to tho Territory Yoimker, as teant5ter, and Moisner and Alttnnn as cooks. C. A. Luke, of Hardyville, wiw with the party when attacked, and having been charg ed with improper conduct, he requests the which It. 1I HVA.CI 1. AM, Kit It or. P R KSCOTT, A U G UST M, 1SG7. i-on "WHAT SHALL UK DOXK ARIZONA f" l.1,.ll 1 1 .1. Il. r--1: 1 HIITMIIHX HIIU, o. .) I'" u.iuvruieauoye nesumg me mia lAuyarnw t,cvmK ,Mrties ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 31 August 1867

OIU! tut. ' " l'RKSCOTT, AUtiUST 111, 1807. Tub fJovniisoii has appointed William T. Farn jlim of NW York, n Comiiilssluucr of Deeds for thi- Territory. Mimno.-A. O. Noyce Is sinking n sltnfl on the Senator lode i also "B "P" "l8 Monlgomery. Mftri" bowers, ltush, mill others, who have secured V(W fl t OM ",0 u"tu wo1 t,lll f the Dlv 'j.nil l'J'N w,,l "''K'" WOrk "oxl wuek' T1,c oru ',111 ! worked nt the Tlcondorogn mill. -cbrusli JoIiiikoii has quit work nt tlio Accl ,i , lii and K"" lo Wlckenbiirg or Cnllfornln. It WiiiiilnK mid other, arc running his water nr. rJ.tra, uii I.yn Creek. i ,,( T)iou Is at work on the Sterling. Tun stout having been started that the snlo ol the MiNE" luiirht lately have been effected but it. ii it tK't''d that It should support the Tcr .idmlnist ration, we pronouueu utterly fj . TI. Mjm:ii In for sale, without any eondl I . .I. I V ' I'tii'n 'I'1' CI,8M hand, and would long liar passed lino im iiauui or lis preccnt ,, . tiled iditor but tor his Inabili...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 31 August 1867

i -j f IS 1 .1 r Kir I, i ,. Is ill V Stisona M X 4rtM ! MISCELLANEOUS rOKTKY. ADVERTISEMENTS. GIRLS AND WIVES. , , SomolKKly lms written the following about tiie girte : Clod blew the girl, Vhoe golden carte Blend with onr crcrrlag dreMM : They liannt our Uvea, Like spirit wires, ' Or, Nahds haunt the urates : (. They teoUte or patof, They All w brain With dreams of Summer hour ; Owl bless the girls, ' God Mess the earis, God bles our human (lowers. r To which somebody else appends the fob , lowing, in regard to the wires, who also, .tire of more or less imtortnc :j God bless onr wives, They flit our hires With little bee Mil honey; Thny cease life's shoeks, They ineud oar socks, lint don't they spend the money ? When ire are sick They heal as quick t . That Is, If they do tore m ; If not, we die, Anil yet they ery, And place tomb stones shore as. Of roguish girls, With sunny ewls, We msy In Ancy il renin ; But virestrite wives . Throughout our lire, Are everything they seem. f At ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1867

,. .-.I ?.'" ARIZONA MINER. VOLUMK IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 7 1 QP.7 vmriiriii on 'I lUUPi l I , I , I' VII IKS. K 21 ri jaw a $Hiiw. Issued Eveiy Saturday. WILLIAM H. FORI), Publisher. SfHSCIlIl'TIO.V I r fin" TH'i tr,oo 1,R0 I Var three inontlis, r.nm coj.i.a, - .- J It l auvauee, wimum vxkvjitiuu. AllVKUTISI.VOl .n.ilrt ti n Hue nf this letter. One LV 5r i . our Insertion, .O0. KnCh subso !S Insertion. fl.W. Oiio square staiidlnif for E mouth, 110,00. For six months, 15,00. Far one year, fi'i.OO; and at the mmo ratea for -K"1u joil WOIIIC I All Mill f J1j w"r'- executed to order, with iiii it h, inl at reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. R. PLATT, Attorney and Counselor at Law Plno-St. Tl'CSON, A. T. G. II. OURY, lAttornpy nnd Counselor at Luw, Court House Building Teosos, A. T. HENRY JENKINS, Lttorncj and Counselor at Law, Tib a.-, A T. J. P. I LA RG RAVE, attorney and Counsellor at Law, Oortcz-St. IL.n) house south ol the riau, PRESCOTT, A. T. 7 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1867

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. It. JtKACItAM, HOUlm. p n V. s 12 1 1 t r c i,' n t i.' f n p t - i sr.- - - . v v .j U J.1 li Jl l li II . , 11 U. LO ! Till! POOH WHITE MAN. To rend the Eastern and even omo of the Cnllibrnm (tapers titon tho Indian question is to prompt tho inquiry whether tiny care is henceforth to bo tnken of the white num. The tender regard lor the enrage, the wnt tivo solicitude for his life and happiness, anil tho utter forget fulness of what the white man is suffering and has suffered at his bloody hnniL-, are indeed remarkable. In their jealous defense of the Indian these hiimitarian journals ate either wilfully or ig norontly blind to tho enormities practiced by him, and tho reasons which lead to the ardent desiro upon the frontier for his early subjugation if not extermination. It le an outmgc to declare, as U the custom with those papers, that the Indian troubles como from intermeddling or speculative set tlors. Such cases may sometimes occur, but, as a ru...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1867

net. 1'itr.scorr, sept. 7, ib7. TTlTrltcroitT. Tlio report In circulation In . 10 la, thai the Minimi ha been sold to Hie ; strife, and is. thorcforc, freo from the projit moiiatlc party, or to any other tKirty or Idhld- ( dices iin-1 anlmoMtios consequent upon tliem. j j3 untrue Negotiations tor a wilu have been ( Unlike any old Hiticinn who may be olevn i ( at no conclusion reached. j ted to the PrcVidency, lio lias " no friends to to" i .,!. l ot no irr.AiS IIi.aki:, having reporled at Camp .. - ..........I .... lA.l.n.il'hti.ixinii II, Viil, wc hear, preach at tho Legislative lioll, jntttmia street, to-morrow at II o'clock. jiMts 1' Kci.t, county clerk of. Mohave county, J jrrncit with the Mohavo Delegation, ami will re-, JU ill tOWU lr BUinu liaa llijuj uur euiiiuri- ou'j tllinatc Our friend Dull Is welcome to Pres. tutt IscoitT W'ANrnt). Tho mall carriers from Plmi Villw t0 l'rcscott, having announced that the r w.H too great fi,r them to carry the mall long tf without an esco...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1867

aft?: is;' : 4. Iff. t I. -I I lf 1 it ,i It Svisouii pi inn. POETRY. II EX 11 Y CLAY, The following i the much talked of ode, written by George D. Prentice, of the Lou isville Jammed, and read at the recent un veiling of the statu of Henry City, at Lexington, Ky. It is said by the friends of Prentice, to be hie best poetical produc tion. It is certainly very fine, although we cannot hits re in the apprehension of the closing verte : 1111 1 true and glorious semblance, hall 1 Of him, the nobleat of oar race! We eeera, at llf tin? of tbe veil. To tee again bis ltvlne face! To hear the stirring word once more, That, like tbe storm-god's cadence, paled With mightier power from sbors le Mere Than thunders on the battle-flebi. Lo J that calm, high, iijetlic look, That binds our cm m by a ilt I it Is the same tbat erst-while shook Tbe traitors on whose aoala It fell t Ob ! tbat he were again In life ! To wave, as onca, bit warnl of power, And aeatuir far the storms of strife That o'er oar...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 September 1867

,SS ("-! ,. 04 ".. . yji ' - I I ' I I , r . .... . visa nit KH-iiiJcr. Issued Every baturaay. iULIAM H. FORI), Publisher. ts.oo a.oo SfHSCllIPTIOX I rM on' rar ' "..."...'.".". fOT li month, ior three mon 'ii, " " .... j .'unite copies, i piUo In advance, without exception. AnVHUTISINOl One Insertion, t:i,0O. Kach snbso- One square fiinudihir lor iinno. Kor six months. JOJW. Scr'oa" jt. li'i.Wi und at the same roles for FKcrr,UJUk joii womci . . . . i i.i. Si tliiidi 31 uU WOtK CXCCUICU iu ur.icr, iui S ' 1 i . ......... .1.1.. ., . muaU ten lines of tills letter. XL.. v.rlKtll. tl.SO, MESSAGE or Govr.n.son McCoiimick to the Fouiitii IiKoisi.ATi'itr. or AniONA TrnniTi.rtv. Di:Livcnr.n Smtcmiikr 'J, 18C7. Gentlemen nf the Fmrth Isgitlathc Anenbly: I welcome you as the chosen representatives of a brave people struggling to open this re mote but rich mid promising Territory ; and I trust that no clashing of local interests, no merely personal or partisan schemes will be permitted to o...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 September 1867

li-Jl 111 ; ..... THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA, It. JVUfi-YCIIAM. JMttor. 1' KKSCOT T, S K P T E .At B K R 11, 1 PC7 To parties owing the Miner. thority upon Territorial aflairs, and has been regularly printed notwithstanding countless difficulties, and extensively quoted from both upon the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. It record is in every rocct. one with which nil connected with it think they have a right to fed satisfied: and wc think the people will ask I nothing more than that in the future it may bo as faithful lo the Territory, and its Inchest j interest., as impartial, generous, (ievoted and earnest, as it lias heen to this tunc. Those who now turn it over to .Mr. .Mm ion. are of the opinion that, for the present at least, it would be better to keep it ujwn the independent basi, tqon which it has risen to succes, but of course they have r.o control ovc its future. They can do nothing more than return their grateful thanks to thene who have stool by them, in suudiino and in ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 September 1867

atfetfMJt g&intt. S -zr- 1'ltESCOTT, SETT. 14, 1607. ...... .ecrctary of the Territory, is In C"!' tii" . .,,.,, Hi! hrihls llie hi data an all Important man He Ik. t from wlllcl' "iU " Iionoralilea ntc la ',Ji U.cir little inilcagQaiiii puruwm. j . ,i,ecuardlsn of tlic public prlntlng-the Vi in jHIk- stationery, and a gi-noral rufur Hu U c cus- to up- , Ml !" 'K " " A C, Dr.sci.icr, now q guide at Camp HoDow- .. ..n.,ni,iiiif. m 1111 icrmurv. 1U in town. i uofintc was thrown from his horso Apt O'fc 1 ,.Jl I lutnla lliftti flnv tnnri In tnu'n .n.uoa rcorc ' - "MUu,cbcwiHljc all rllit In a day or two. '. n uonld be a sherlllr The prospect l (US VtowMt'S fur Jack Moore. Ward pronounced Ilriglmm Young tt ruoit married man be had ever seen." , tnMcriUr of a country nowepapor of loot; A wU i I.I .1..II.. t I.I. ..., LmAn wi0 uau never "i -t-jiiai u. .i iuu moo told the collector not many month ao, .'. j - r..r lil lilltr- 1.111. that tin liml n fan till' a u"" " 3jl " lie only suicri...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 September 1867

It i 1? i I't 'i rm it .1 VOBTUY. 'l'riili WU SHALL JIBB1V foraii the poena breathing conjugal love that 4'ilMtk hitd n victory over love which even tlie ronfC ycr failed to conquer of nil men po em? written lu an age that wltnested more de votion than any before or since, (bit Inspired communing of the Itlnbor. of Chlehcater with Iili burtml wills U the Mott elegant atid beanil mi: I Bletp on, my love, tn thy cold bed, vvr to IK! aiM)itlete1 Llili Al ADV K UTI S KM KNTS. Administalor's Notice. KtUUt of Cliarji AW', dtcfatxt. "VTOTICK U hereby given by the under XT signed, Administrator of the above nam ed Estate, to the creditors of, mid all porsoiu hav ing elalm.i ajralnst the Mid deceased, to exhibit tho tame, with the neeewrr otnhcr., within one year from the flint publication of thU notice, to the undendgncd at hi residence, tenth Mile ofllto plana, In the. town of Prewott, A. T. All claim not to nrosetikd will be forever barred. . l'rewott, August 31st, 1S07. ,0 Ma- Uut good n...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1867

fci-.:: -,77' V 'fcW.!! ,.. 'J. ' -, .(.. a.. awdltilti alii I'.il .il f . SI... , iitiillii" mf tons! Itutliiiuil I'rlnrliilc "r I iitrrllll"'"'' 'dVltllCrHH'Ilt of )ir(((pr,.,Hiiri vrry section of Arloitu gBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT X. TIIK pbescoxtt, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; it i Ut. t.c ". no One coy, six months, ,-. thr c tiionthj, $L'J59. ADVERTISING R.VfES: Kin. tunc, $-.00; each additional J on'' lime, $8.00; each additional ual l..ilf square ami square, same t ii, iii-; tin (inuring over one-linlf itttirc ii' J and churned one sminrc. id etiiuit will lie made (o persons con f Mi urn- cdvcrtlsctuent for three, six, or jiui or business cnrUa linwlcll tiMin i .is - fat' r ut takrn at )mr in payment fur jii 1 rhiiivj and job uvrk. ( Trrim, lnvarlultly In nilvnllcr. hUN ,1 MUIION, 1IKN.I. 11. WEAVE15, IV i-iu-r niiii riopnetnrs. i, jl. -.. i n ji ii? roiimi liCtfisiaiuiT oi me Territory of Arizona. NAMES OF THE"mEMBERS. ( or nci r.. ( un , M iitmicR 1!. I'i.att, Hb.nuv , I)i ie...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1867

THE OFFICIAL TAPER OF ARIZONA. ICHTA II i. S II It I) inn J. II. MARION, Knrroa. iPIR.ESCOT'a?, SATURDAY MOKNINO, SEPTEMBER II, 1W7. SALUTATORY. In accordance with a time-honored and necossnry custom, we to day address the rwidors of the Miner, for the purpose of in farming them what they are entitled to know, that i: What shall be the future course of this paper? To which we answer, in all truth and earnestness, that, while nnder our control, it will Icarlessly, but In a respect ful and dignified manner, advocate the ancient and time honored principles of the grand, liberty-defending Democratic trty. Reliev ing, honestly, that the practices of the party in power liaTe been and arc subversive of that freedom whieli is the birthright of every free white American citizen, we shall labor, with whatever reason our Maker has vouchsafed us, to eripple the monster that bag grown fat upon the misfortunes of our country. It gained power and mounted the shoul ders of the people by fabe promis...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1867

11 II I f i l ft li ( ll'IF II II Ii. rrv . .( r' r i six;, a i h, a. ii i mi i i iiii.. - XSc lb oFth at vmj iia I IS QOOPgg if I local IiilelligMicc. It ii reported mai. im ouum uim naos it' nnn xt.irt tlie fi-strmm mil! nt t .i. titil c..!,1. r 1. inlJll 1...... GjtcnM'K.VT teams nave aircwiy com liiulins lumber from the mill to the nl we saw one ol our boss carpenters ' rn at a mum pace iiosiwarus. irom li I. It. .'ll.Lt.Ti nn.in.v4 ut tuu utjiini- . i. ii. i i . . Hkfl. (Illllllt "W VUIIIW MVIV IUII Plt-lt. ii.. it.miYirin". Mr. Alien II a liionmn- i - . L....nu4 mi.ilitio.M. ainnucn noun n (nr. (I' r. Mi"Kin.!.o.. Our obgtropelotu i-js t rnmanUfd ui to return thanks to i Sin White for the present of a line. . . .i,n-I.iti. Y i! (In ho with ifivmt nlrma. . Lope lai. nmy " no ii ogam some i r I iiifiiiii iliiii Lini'i: ifLiii'i- itiiiii . ii i it.... ..ii r M.l)lw.inn f. r... Ikfjrc leaving, Mr. Kionlan sent men t mi ti C'.imp Lincoln. Kio Vorde, to i: 1 ta-.l l. iy for that jot...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1867

i . 4 4i h ( A LI r WllN l. AIMWlllOWIIiiWiJ. or Tin (AUDITOR OF THE KRRITORYfrF ARIZONA, TO THE FOURTH LF.U1SLATURE. PltMCOTT, SErrKMBEU 7, 1SC7. TpTiiii Il8.vORAnt.r. the Pot-KTti I.EoifLATfrt AeenMai.T. Is accordance with the jarorteion of Chapter twenty (20), Howell Code, I regretfully submit my report of the account audited, ami of the Warrants isiuod by ine in jwiyment of add account,', since November lt, 186u, to tlio pres ent date. ',' 1 hare, since the first day of November, 1SS5, andlM th claims as per list appended horoto, amounting. In all, to tbe sain of three thouwnd and ninety three dollars and ono conr, (?8,0M MOO) for which I have i?suotl warrants on the gonoral fund. The Territorial Treasurer, on the 2d of Aagnat, 1067, rendered mo a state ment of the monoy and other Territorial eecnriti! received by him in paymont for taxes, and of the disbursements made by bim from tho date of his last settle ment With the Hoard of Territorial Cominfefeioner, a copy of which I he...

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