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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 13 November 1869

?! !7 If Three old SaW. ' f the world ccms col J la you, Klndlo fires lo warm (tl Let their comfort hide from view Winters that deform It. Tf J Hearts M frozen as your own, to thnt radinnco gather; You will soon forget to moan. fctoOOV Ahl thtt cndertc weather I" If the world's a wilderness, Co build houses In 111 '"'Win H help your loneliness On the wind to din itt aim . Jla'se .hut, however slight, , J III lWecds and.brambles 'smother; And to roof and meal Invito Somo forlorner brother. If the world's a vale of tears. Smile till rainbows span ft; ,' ' Breathe the lovo that Iifo endears, Clear from clouds to fan it, Of vour gladness lend a gleam Unto souls that shiver; Show them how dark Sorrow's stream ' ' Blends with Dope's bright river. Lacy Larcom. A. T. Kettle U tho only singer who never had a cola. "Why ore old maids tho moat charming of J pcoploT Becanso they aro matchless. "Wirr I married man like a candlot Bo causo.ho sometimes cocs out at nlcht -when ho oughtn't to. Ah il...

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. — 20 November 1869

- h THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 18C9. NUMBER 45. THE ARIZONA MINER. rt'PLlSIIEJ) EVERY SATURDAY MOKNWO, ruMCOTT, VAVAVAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. ,.$700 . 4 00 .. 2 50 A. 25 One Copy, Ono Yiw.. .;. . Six Months., , 4i " Tbrco Months, cn..l4 finnlcs . .-. 1'iwr will Jiot lw sent unless ld for In ad Tiy M( will invariably be discontinued at the end ofthethao paid RmV Lb vac ifri stNt One sonare. one time, WOO; each additional time, fUV). Each additional square, wmo rnlc IIIktsiI discount Will bc'madc (o persons con tln'tilti? the wine advertisement for three, six, or twclrc month. Profession"! or business cards Inserted upon rcisonablc terras. Job I 1- i n t i n R1 . The MtNru onice In well supplied with l'rpssc, l'Wn. Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the prrf. ...i..,,.r u determined to execute all work with whlrh he may bo iavored la the neatest aud bent ivlc of tlio arL Work may 1 ordered from any part of the Ttrrltno'i and, when acc...

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. — 20 November 1869

"5T cv, Iroiiqot; .Arlnoim aYirritory. FrS-- ?f s;,; 'i ' rr - - SATUllDAVMOHN-INn. NOVEMBER 20. i860. ...fl ? t AKrnry.-TIOJUI tlOTCt I. th iiUwirir-d agent fur ih MF.n in Kan r'nm-t-ro, OMet ' "f 'I. titiWOmml IW). Mrrrlinnt't HtriKinr", CUJoml(i trwt, U-low JJuiitconif)-, will U iwriiMit tteoded to. r ,?r F,",r,, rwrtniVOn-d 21. Mrrrhant'a Kiriianro lnlirmui tr-t, .Han rranctan, li niitbortiinl toaet'nt aventfor the Ml.Nr.lt. ri ' .! 1.' The Bank of California. A short tirao ngo, it was nimorcd In San Francisco, and the mmor speedily spread over the whole coast, that tho JJank of California was about to suspend. Of course, this rumor was taken for granted, by many, and a panic was about to be inaugurated, when, to satisfy and calm the public mind, tho officers of the Institution published a statement, which sets tho question of its solvency all right. From this statement, it appears that the bank is rpinizeu wun a paid-up capital of 5,000, It has earned a surplus, after paying .d...

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. — 20 November 1869

riiocul intelligence. PmycoTT, November 20 1SCD. Oi k trip lhroii(?h llio mountains, last week, was a bard one, but wo stood the hardship fully as well a3 our 'shipmates," Fostinastcr Ilarnard, W. C. Collier, W. 1. Worth, H.h, Grldln, Wm, Lewi anfl Sir. Ilcrcn, Wo trnvorsed Walker's, Dig Dug, Turkey Crock, Ariu Frio, Walnut (fffvc, H&ssayarapa nnil ynvitpal Mining Dls trlcti, and saw, In each, mucl( to lultnlrc. At Walker's wo were kindly treated by Jackson MoCracWn, nt Ulfj fBiiff. .C- M llltchcofcif did more thanJiis duty "wynts, and at Walnut Grove. George E. Jncksen anfl family treated us very kindly. Itelng crowduA this week, wc will have to defer telling most-of what wo saw on the trip, until another tMne. Vo found tho Illy ling mill running. The Unity 15nono mill, we are sorry to have to say, was found "by us burned to tho ground. The niiichliiery Is "considerably dam aged. Tho ledges In Stiver" .Mountain, Agua Krlo Dlrtrict, were seen nnd examined by us for the first tim...

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. — 20 November 1869

i Of. Tho Silent Conflicts of Life. i . j A triumph in tlio flcltl is a theme for poo trv. for mintinir. for historv. for nil tlio eulo gists and ajjrantlMng agencies whoso united tribute constitute fcaino; but thcro arc vic tories won'hy men over themselves moro tru ly honorable to tho conquerors than any tltat can bo achieved in war. Of theso silent suc cesses wo never, never hear. Tho battles in which they arc obtained are fought in solitude nnd without help, save from above. Tho con tlict is sometimes waged in tho still watches of the night, and the strucrclo is often fearful. Honor to every connuercr in such a warfare 1 'Honor to every man or woman who fights trttnntiitmn ImfrA,! ffnrv erdflalinrtca lmrfk Tn its covert in the heart, and tbenco excels for- even ivuaougu no auiwani snow ui uuuur accrues to tho victors in theso rood fitihts, they have their reward a higher one than Fa'mo can bestow. They como out of tho combat self ennobled. Maori linral Nns Yorker. Shortlt afterw...

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. — 27 November 1869

: i I THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. PJtESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MOKNDJG, NOVEMBER 27, 18C0. NUMBER 4C: THE ARIZONA MINER. rUBLISUED EYERY SATURDAY MORNING, MB8COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUHSCRIPIION': Ono Copy, Ono Year, 7 92 i Six Month 00 " Three MonUis, . . . . 2 50 einRlo Copies, 25 Taper will not lie sent unless paid for In ad. wince, and will invariably be discontinued at the ad oPtlio time paid for. ADVKnXISINOl "Ono square, ono time, 83.00; each additional itlmc, ILTiO. 'Each additional square, same rate. A liberal discount wUl bo made to persons con rilnulng the same! advertisement for three, sir, or itwclro months. 'Professional or business cards Inserted upon trcasonablctcrms. Job DPrintiiiff. Tun Mineu ofUco Is well supplied with Presses, lMhi,!Fnncy and 'Ornamental Type, and the pro. prlctor Is dotcrnilned to execute alt work with which he may bo'hivorcd in thc neatest and best style of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when a...

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. — 27 November 1869

it i yPifott, jArlwoiitx 'JJtrrUry. SATl'KDAY MORNING. NOVK.MIIKR27. 1SC9. Sum J'rn.nrlrn A K-nr) Tiiohai Horn: 1 tlie niitlivrhrtl ncrpi fir jtii MIM'.H In Snn t'mnrlvo. Onlm Mlntliti utile. Nn, A) (u-oon.1 flr). Merrlmnl' Kreliancf, Unlihmiia (Irrrl, bhnr Wititpmirry, will b promptly tlcmlfil to. U P. FlllKti. nnnviWiiDd 91, Men-hunt' Kielmnso, ('BllfomU trwt, Kan Pmufls ft autlwriml to act M nifpil for tlio.MlSKIu , . f ., Slnslr copir of tlio -MtNKII can be pnreluuetl nt (lie PtwIoOlc?- What We Saw, Heard, and Were Re minded of In the Country. Wo liavo been to tho "country," where tlio birds sing1, the owl hootcth, the coyote whin ctb, and Io, the Aborigine, dwelleth "in clo ver." "Wo started from l'rescott on the even ing of tho ICth, mounted upon nn honest, good-dispositioned sort of animal, wbicR had but recently Arrived from "White Pine, and, ofi:coutset felt no dhqiosition to ."buck1' or Vjcut.up shines." Being, at ftrst, totally unac quainted with' the disposition of tho b...

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. — 27 November 1869

toeal rntclli?c1ic'c.'u l 'mtscVrrr, Novcmnpr'27, 18C9. r, moot Tun -Tho'freigl.t train formerly uvncl by W. A. WorplpKcr, of Yuma county, irfiv,.ll.crc recently, from the Polora.lfl, nr. M pari of Its frclgbl, ami took the ml n . to Cmnp Verio, on tho ! Vcrilo river, sixty miles wlUtr rreseott, -Thencclt 111- riroceoa' to llio 'sctUemcnU on ,bc UtJtpr Agua Frjo, nn.l wilb curu for Gray 4 Co, Vftl" tliat th,. train U no' owned, l.y Gray k Co., tlicy hay h- purchased It fromUr. TVenilngO, who Mi alanJi4 .ho-rotol," nn.l.-with his 'family, re nted from La Tar, to Arizona City. The trains or Dan Hazard ami A. J. Akin, ar t,reil hero from tho Hartlytillo road, it tew ilnys wWi lay, And eliicd tlten,' Mr. Akin' has sold Cm train t Mr, Hazard, --lio, ow ,wns a long ,trirg of mules and wagons. The train was "loaded with lumber and corn, Thursday last, and lUrtc J for Cant kl Tdllate . j t l Dr Jones' tram nrrirrd from the Colorado rirer, Thursday evening, with aiipplloa for Tort ttliiprk'-...

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. — 27 November 1869

yrtfcott gtUtnticmcnt gtccott gtlvcvtisicmcnt 3KteHuncou if St f '! it. K !? I, If, 51 ft-; 1 -1 Tho Reign of Autumn. The rust Is over ttic red of the cloTcr, The green Is under the pray, And down the hollow tho dect-wlngcd swallow Is dying away and away t Fled are the rose, dead aro the roics, The frlow and the glory done, And down the hollow the stccl-wingcd swallow Flying the way o' the san. In place of tuinmer a dread new-comer . Ills solemn Mala renews : A crimson splendor Instead o' the tender Daisy, and darling dews. ' ' But oh, tho sweetness and full completeness, i ani unuer nis reign are uorn I KumcI and yellow In apples mellow, And wheat and millet and corn. Ills frosts so hoary touch with glory Maple and oak and thorn : And rising and falling his wings arc calling, Like a hunter through his horn. Ko thrifty sower hut Just a mower 1 . That comes when the day is done, With warmth a-beamlng and gold a-glcamlng, Like sunset after the sun. And while fair weather and frost tog...

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. — 4 December 1869

THE WEEKLY "IF' ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YI. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1869. X UMBER 47. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, I-CF.SCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. B1.I ISO UtJrJJlON-: Three Month, jj et-rtV fop?' ''"' ' will not 1 sent unless paid Tor lu nd. jTaml rKwrfoMy be discontinued at tho end f tbe '1,no ll1d forJ ADVKUTIS1NO: .. .. tnM. ...t, mliUltnnfll nne Mttsrc. ono time, .w, - time MJn Each additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will made to person con Unnlns " "m0 edvertlscmCTt for three, lx, or tflte rnonttin. " .... VrofrMlonal or business cards inserted upon modMiIc term. Job 3?x-Lntixipr- 11 n Fntv rvml Ornamental Type, and the pro. iTSr u determined to execute Ml work with U, u be may be favored In tuo neatest and best t; '!! n Work miv le ordered from tiny part of the T r-oorf ind. when aceomtnled with the easli, H '! ' rriul,tly executed and ws"1 u ma"' or as J.' et-'4 V r-.,u sending n money for subscription, iv rt...

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. — 4 December 1869

1 ' 7fli UP -VJ 'LA - ioiSott, TVriv.otm 'L'orritory- Hr MT nana. SATURDAY MORNING. DKCEMHKR . 1SC0. . .-Coming This "Way. A-vant wave of-population ii now moving Iacificwnrd, through Kansas. It may bo n year or-two before it reaches this Territory, Jaii, it' cannot bo much longer. People are fnllowmK In the wnkc1 of-the Kansas Pacific, aS9,H:(tlin upon both sides of it. By-nnil-byj- when Congress snys: "Extend the road tq;ari Francisco," the Queen City of the Pacific, there will bo such a rnsh of people to iuhcrn, Colorado, Jfcw Mexico, Arizona and California, as the world hns never before fccn' They will come greedy, overflowing With cntprpn$o and a desire to clutch lands, inlnj timber, everything of value. They will clutch them, too; develop them, und maktt of tlit wild region through which the route of the great national highway r(35th parallel Tailroadrun?, one- of the bnlet, licncstj'uarjpiest fcglms in tqo known world. Lot- tkent come. Vie want to sec them. feanwtiilc, We, nd...

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. — 4 December 1869

Capt. Hobart's Scout. Good Xewv. Local intelligence. JVrUcorr, December t, lfiG'J. Ilm Bro.-Tho mill I tlU Idle, bnl plenty of rich or Wbetog'taVon out of the mines. C. K. Illtclicock, ft go-u-bend tiicinueroi me jk s Mining Company, came to town tbe olbcr day, itayrd over night and started back next morn. J. Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy, who lately arrived here from Esxtsrn Nernda, -went with him, and intend settliu permanently lu Uio dUtrlcL Mrs. M is the first white lady that bus gone there to iivr. The "boy"!ould seo to It tbal be I provided with feet In some rich lode or lodes. .. Placer miners were preparing to go to work. Of it yonng friend, K. K. nrtfbe. of Klrkland rilley. thin county, arrived In Prcscott Wednes day lait. from a vlilt to hi native town. Haton .Uouge, Loulflana. He csmc from W Mexico, t-i the 35th parallel rnllrtf route, with one man, Mr. .Mun.-cll. They etrcotiulered dftep d-jw on the utnnrit or Oic Sail Fwclsco rantfc of mountain". wading iWoh it, Mr. Mtm.ell hid...

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. — 4 December 1869

I$iLCt i "Gallantry in Arizona." Commenting uiwit Lieutenant Winters' a. 1. ! 1 1 !-4 n..l.t...M tliA Cniltlinrtl fV parltf'tho TcrrYtbry, U.o Sal, Francisco Cuff, of a recent date, lists tho following: If there ever was a field in which a soldier ..1.1 ..,,. ...K. ,,1I,I 1 l.aniu-nrk. exposure, suffering, toll and danger, of tha most abhorrent nature, that ilelectablo field Is Arizona. Mnch of the timo it is parched with drouth and burnt with heat. Its moun 4 " . ti t r .1 tains arc almost impassible, its canyon nu merous and dangerous, its passes a terror to travelers, because of the infernal Apaches, who lie In ambush ready to pounco upon their nrev. Tlicvcivenonuarter. and cxrect none. Like Hannibal, they have sworn eternal hos tility, and they keep the vovr to the letter. It U a large Territory, has as great an area as New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio combined, and yet some few companies of troops com pose the army which is expected to keep tho Indians in check, chastise them wh...

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. — 11 December 1869

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YI. JmCOTT, ARIZOXA, SATURDAY MORNING, MCEMIJEIl 11, 18G9. XDIBKIl 48. THE ARIZONA MINER. rUBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rl,F,00TT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. StmsCRtlTlON': . Three Months z j Conic , ,,g will not be fnt unless paM tor In ml wlllfawrfMy UUconllnucd at tho nla(tUo time paid for. " ADVKBTI8INO: (V Muire. one time, M; each additional tliaT0rt. Em1 ldlUotuI square, same rale. , Bcrat discount will t made to person- con rtwKe same advertisement for three, six, or twcWewontb. ProVnionat or business cards Insetted upon rtiumMc It rms. Job I? i- i it t i 11 pr Tne Mker offlro 1 well supplied with Vrwcs, 1" ,n Fancy and Ornamental Type. pro Ut. r U uelermlned to eMit all iuith V may Iks favored In the neatest and best tmenMhf art. Work miv lf ordered from any port or the TrriM'r. ami. when accompanied wllli the cash, p w ' promptly executed and eut ly mall, or u directed. p,r.ni ien.llnK us money Tor subscription, ,!vcrtm-.'orJob work, may ro...

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. — 11 December 1869

i.j?tMmtttt Arlnomi Territory. SATURDAY MQILVING. DKCHM II Kit 11. 1SG9. Farming! Immediately after the first .settlement and exploration of this portion of the Territory, it was thought, by nearly nil, that extensive farming in our high mountain valleys, would not pay; in fact, would prove ruinous to all who might engago in it. Fallacious thought. . Wc know hotter now, after having tested the mat till fne ai tnrwr -n ra A lm AAt.lt. .l.w ... aw. . . . . . - 1 -J tllU V 1 1 I J IIUJ alluded to, the hojics of nearly all were based ' upon the mines, which were thought to 1x3 ' rfch'cnough to pay tho merest tyro in mining for working them. Hut, what are the facts since worked out? They aro that, no matter how rich our mines mar be, they cannot be (successfully and profitably worked without the aid of the farmer; also, that the valleys "then thought "too cold" to produce grain and , , vegetables, have, every year since, yielded . j good crops of almost every cereal and vegct u able need...

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. — 11 December 1869

. XJ: I Local Intelligence. Piinscorr, December II, 18G9. A. 0. Notes, of the Qnnrtz Mountain Saw. Mill, started for Citlifoniiu Sitlurdny morning lost on Important business. Hope friend Xoyc will sottlu thu matter thl-f time, anil bring hor right along with htm. Eireka Hrtiiui.ic Diomi.kh. Ilefon; leaving for California, .adok Jnck.'on bought tlic inter ests owned by his brothers, Sol. nnd Gal. In these digging, which are sllimte on Lower Lynx Creek, about eight utiles ettat from Proscott, so that the "old man" now own one-half tho property. The other half is owned by Messrs. Lorejoy, fJrlffin, and tho heir or heirs of .Mr. Shirley, who was lately captured by Indians. They arc the richest. most extensive hydraulic diggings In this part of the country. CuxitN William MfCLKivK. Tills gallant ofllctr is at present stationed at Camp' Date Creek. ,'c believe he commands company 1J, f the 8th cavalry. Giur t Co.'i freight train of sir wagons, ar rived in town Wednesday last, from the set...

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. — 11 December 1869

I 3B hah Beaver Creek Ruins. corrwponilcnt of the Cleveland (Ohio) Herald, writing to that paper under (Into of September 20, 1SG9, from Camp Vcnle, in tBjfc$unly nhtl Territory, gives the follow ing Interesting nccount of the ruins on Hea ver Creek, sixty or seventy miles wist of rre.eott. Tt will bo seen that ho confounds - tho JJIack Hills with the Sierra I'ricta: On Saturday, September 18th, n small par ty from tho military post nt Camp Vcrdo vis ited tho "Montezuma Well," situated on lloavcr Creek, about eight miles distant. Tho well is about one hundred yards back from thc strwun, upon a high isolated wsa, and is ' nbout one hundred and twenty-live yards in width, and about one hundred feet down to the water, which is surrounded by perjicn- dicular walls of rock. Tho water is very clear, of a light green or bluish color, and is very strongly Impregnated with lime, sulphur, .'soda, iron, and other minerals. It has no visible inlet, butits outlet is by n subterancan passago at a...

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. — 18 December 1869

THE ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VI. I'RESCOTT, AllIMA, SATHIDAV .MORNIXG, DECEMBER is, M. XOIRER 4!. WEEKLY ml I TIIEARlZONAiriNElt. rt'BHSIIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, m- pKESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. HtniHnrtnrnoN: One ("opv. One Year ! ' Six Months.... Three Months,. , Slnflf forilfs S700 400 250 25 piicM will not lie sent unless paid for In ml. Ttmr.nitJ will i'r.triVjAy tw discontinued at the rnJ uflbe ihno paid fur. U3 VEUTI V ill.irr. one tin". W.00; each additional t'tnr, M M. Kach additional square, aame rate. m-nl discount will be msdr to persona con linnins the same odvcrllaeincnt for three, six, or (clre month. 'rofi-ioil or buslnc card Inserted u;on rnuxiaaMo I'fim. Job i? ri ii t i li pr- T.'t Mixta olllre U well supplied with l'H, J": Fir. -y sad Orsstntsta! TnA and !! pn- r ' ili trrmlried to execute nil work with w$ trill tii li' mav lc uiored lu the lteateal and best art. W -V rm ordered from any part of the T-Td! irr. nd, whiti aeeompimltal with the nub, t: m ' ; ro...

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. — 18 December 1869

r "5K Jsr- I'lH-Hoott. Avlv.f Territory. I Tl)lUAXMpillNG. UKG&MUEK IB. 18G3. Rival Rnilrond Routes Their Chances Before Congress. Fgr jsomc tiina past, wn havo rrf mined from discussing the merits of. tho two routes which nrittire Oilers for a grand trunk lino railroad .. from the Atlantic to the Pacific, knowing that nil we might havo said upon the subject would not have built a road upon cither route. Hut now, as the timo approaches when Con gress Is to meet, and, wo hotc, do somethini' r that will enable some company to construct a Southern Pacific llailroad, and as tho advo cates of the 32d parallel route have been, arc 1 yet, actively engaged in "pulling" their pet ' .route, wo think it high time for us to ''chip ,In" a few words in favor of our pet route .lethal via tho 33th Parallel. Hcforo doing so, nns will, however, Inform our readers that unJcM the foulest means known to spectrin i .uora an lobbyists are brought to bear upon Congress, tho 32d Pamllel routo stands no ...

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. — 18 December 1869

&. mmm. .Local Intelligence. rniycorr, Deccmuur 18, 18CJ. Itew Buildings. Tlic dwelling-house recently liuilt Iiy Malr .V "Klliolt, for K. F. Rowers, Is otio of tho finest, most roininoJIous lit tlie town of Frwcott. I, ttyo storey. On the ground lloor nro live good slzotl rooms, bolides storu-room and pnntry. The upper storey Is divided Into two largo rooms. Tliu ouUldo of the house Is tastefully decorated with "ginger-bread work.'1 Tho Inside is "hard finished." The outer buildings, consisting of stable, carriagc-hoiiBe, etc., have nn air of com fort not to bo found about somo houses occupied by members of the human family in this vicinity. Its cost exceeds $5,000. Thp Iiotue being built for A. 0. Xoycs will soon be completed. Tho main building is 20x30. his u wing, IGjriu, Jn thu west end of which Is a by window. 'u have forgotten the dimen sions of tho kitchen and dining room, but they run nearly tho full longth of tho main building. The ouUddo is weather-boarded; the Insldo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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