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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 October 1875

Jmus of Nazareth pasaeth by. What mean tbla- eager, anxious throng. Which mores with busy baste along J Tbete wondrons gathering day by day ? What means tbls btrasgt commotion, pray. In accents bushed tbe tbrontr reply, "Jesus of Nazareth passelb by." Who is this Jcsns ? Why should lie Tbe cily move so mightily? A passing stranger, bag He skill ToJnore the multitude at will? .z -Acfin the stirring tones reply, "Jesus of Nazareth passetb by. i ' Jesus ! tls He who once below Man's pathway trod, 'inld pain and woe; And burdened ones, wbcrc'r He came, Brought out their sick and deaf and.iatnc. Thb blind rejoiced to hear the cry, "Jesus of Nazareth paascth by." Again He comes ! From place to place Bis sacred footprints we can trace. He paoieib at our threshold nay, lie enters condescends to stay. - - -, Shall we not gladly raise the cry, "Jesus of Nazareth passeth by. Ho ! all ye heavy laden, come ! Here's pardon, comfort, rest and home. Te wanderers from a father's face, Keturn, accept...

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. — 29 October 1875

.mmmmm. A . ..n--JCTS t Bl?' VE'MB - J: " C w X I Vol. XII. No. 43. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1875. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, 11V rj7. J. BTJTXiES.. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. WE HAVE HAD BUSINESS WITH THE FOE lowing irons and Ann. nnd recommend them as liberal dealers. The fact that they publish to the world, and make DO SOCret of the fact that ther nrn in mi!ni U evMence enough ta show that they" intend to do the The first number of the Wkekly Mixr.K was issued on fair thiup by everybody, th 9. It1- 1,0,1 in tu5g iu ,we"th J'ear. il . cith truth, claim to he the oldest, largest and best news psperinwe Subscription Rates Jse Cory. One Year PRESCOTT. ARMSTRONG HART. U., Hon. Sin and Carriage ..wm I " J Six Months 4.00 A OHr,K Merchant, "rtuolesale and Retail, Three Months. 2.50 K- uooaw,n " iBRleCupie- 25 Advertising Rates. nn.tnrhfl2 linpsof Ibis tvr). in column. S3.00 for first insertion and SI 50 Pr 'ncn !"r a''1 additional inserti...

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. — 29 October 1875

S2r 0 mu rz mi T. J. .Butler. ICciitor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29tli5 1875. LETTER FROM BOB. jiST A1l account fur adrerlhinq and xuh tcriplion vhich became due on or heore tlie first day of February, and all bill for legal adter tisements tthicli appeared in the Miner prior to that date art payable to John II. Marion. All accounts aceming xinct that date are jxiyablt to T. flntUr, the present proprietor. explanatory: Some of the officers of the Department of Arizona have taken exceptions to our com ments on the relative honesty of civil and military officers, and have gone so far as to construe them to mean something very differ ent from what was intended. What we have said is, that the fact of a man's being either in or out of the army is no evidence of hU honesty or dishonesty; that a civilian is just as liable, and no more so, hs a soldier to bo a thief or an honest man, and we here add that the circumstance of graduation from "West Point, Tale or Berkeley is no guaran. tec against, nor...

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. — 29 October 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Street' every Sunday, at 10:30, at the MetbodUt Epii- J jsinfdiately alter wmcc. He v. D. H. Whight, Pastor. SfZCUL NOTICES in Ac reading columns xcill It charged at the rate of TinrtTr cknts per line hr first insertion, and ticenty cents a ine for each' subsequent insertion. Tub Atuzona and Xew Mesico Eipress Co.-Cbas. II. Well, I " . T. "P1 writes from tuS ! ''an tLe Cottonwoods ana Cave Station He say CaLente wil, bc th tcnainUE J for some time, and that the, wlim run ,rom there tbree thnes a week to Prcscott via HardyvS and make the time, with EW. and pL n s'an8,FnmncirC r" San Francisco Frank W. Blake, whom many of our readers will remember as the nonulnr Jon, Rxkick informs , that the Cailen Party Si.ver City, Idaho, and ra i7have Wi Verde for Prcscott yesterday morninj;, trav- 118 ,on experienced and eiDeient expressman ding slowly --w in start between the 1st an,! ir.fh The Pk Co., have reached a depth of fifty of December. feet in tbc shaf...

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. — 29 October 1875

1975. Who'll press for gold thl crowded street A buudred years to come ? Who'll tread yon church with willing feetf A hundred years to come ? Pale, tremWlat; ae, and flery youth, And cUMdhood with iu brow of truth. The rlcbrb poor, on land, on tea, Where will tbe mighty millions be, A busdrcd years to come ? We all within onr graves fcbatt sleep, A hundred years to come ; No liFiug soul for us will weep-, A hundred years to come. But other men our lands will till. And others then our streets will fill ; And other birds will sing as gay, And bright the sunshine as to-day, A hundred years to conic. . 0--K BY TELEGRAPH. IBjscfal to &a Miner by United States ind W. 17. Lines. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 17. General But ler in eonTersation with a prominent New York Politician said that he considered the result of tbe election in Ohio as virtual vie tory for the oppouents ot a forced resump tion, and he believed that if the school ques had not been raised Allen would have car- sicd tbe St...

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. — 5 November 1875

T7VTT .Tn J.1 " " ' ' " - ' ' ' 2 i y,lx. gltESCOTT, AKIZO.A, FRIJUY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1875. HE ARIZONA MIXER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr.... T. J"- BUTLER ti. lint number of the WBKKLT MlXP.R issued on ' j jfSI. and In tlii. its twelfth year, it can, ST troth claim to he the olilet, lareit and belt news rln the Territory. Subscription Hates tmm Cavr. One Year Six Month. " Three Month $7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertioing Rates. 0 , lnfb f 12 line of this tyr")- in column. 63.00 for first Jirtiooandfil-50r'r5nc" for each additional insertion. . r,bfrl discount frrnn ubove rates will be made to per xdrertise largely by tha year, half year or Prefetiional and business cards inserted upon reasona- bUUm- .... , . . Persons sending us money tot subscription, advertising: r Job work, may forward it by aiail, or otherwise, at ijir own risk. Uaal Tender Xottt taltrnat par in yaymtnt for tub ttriptiwt, adrertiiing and job iporfc. fjf TERM. In adrance invariably. Adimi all orders and letters ...

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. — 5 November 1875

They Come, and the Effect of Their Coming;. TELEGRAPHIC. rX J. JButler, Editor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Sth, 1875. The rate at which people are pouring into this county, both from the East and West, will soon give us the balance of power, or, at least, enable us to assume the position to President "which form the b: un.u uui fci.-uiujjiiica! position ana mineral iSST" All account for atlceriiring and sub scription ichich became due on or before the first day of February, qnd all bills for legal adver tisements ithidi apjnattd in the Mintr prior to that date are payable to John H. Marion. All account accruing ince that date are payable to T. J. B n tier, the prexcrd proprietor. Hon. W. J. O'Neil writes us from Kirk land Valley, to say that we did him an injus tice in last wuek'o .Mij;er in noticing the withdrawal of his patronage. We certainly meant to do him no wrong but to represent him fairly, and now give him the benefit of a statement of th case in his own language. He says: " I am as ...

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. — 5 November 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice, . . " frTieeereryounaay, atjujao, at the Methodist Fn;. inhnreh. on Marina urt o'rT" rl mm Cbarcb, on Marina street, immediately afler ierrice. Rev The "Old Dosiixiok "-The Silver Prince jede has been traeed I.to Bradshaw Basin, a IE tanceofover three miles, and quite an L,. nent occurred there last week when the fact that nn old location, formerly known as the "Iron Clad," but which had only been prospected for gold by the original locators, was really an ex tension of the present Silver Prince, and that It Iiricb In silver. Dan Martin has given us a his tory of its original and present discoveries to gether with the names of the present locators nd the order of their locations: Beginuin'ai . r a 5... f . - uai.iLi: .... .. . tW rnnce, iue. omim a, uo. have the Black Warrior, MeKennon, Oj)dike & Co. and Frank Ebniizand Dud Moreland each have- extensions, which was supposed to be the extent of the lead ruining south, until this late discovery, ...

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. — 5 November 1875

&to mint TEA-SCANDAL. When tbc party commences, all starched and all Slum, Tlicy talk of the wcatber, tbclrcows, or sit mnm; Tbey will teii you 01 ribbons, 01 einiunc, 01 iac. How cheap they were told, aud will tell you tbc tilace; Thcv discourse of their colds . tbey a-hein and tbey couzh. And complain of their servant, to pass the time oil, Hut Tea. that enliveuer of wit and ot 60ul, More loquacious by far than tbc draught of the bowl. Soon loocns tbc tonzuc and enlivens tbc mind, And enlightens their eyes to the faults of man- kind; It brings on the tapis their neighbors' defects, All their fiorlconnn"3 nnd willful neulccte. Till the sood-natored dames areconvertcd byTea Into character manslcrs worse than a FijL In harnielcss chit-chat their acquaintance they roast. And Ecrre np a friend as tbey serve up a toast. fcotne gentle Mux-pas, or some icmue mistake. Is like sweetmeats delicious, or relished as cake. A bit of broad scandal Is like a dry crust- It would stick in tbc th...

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. — 12 November 1875

l .(. - A 1 fol. XII. o. 45 THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....ST.... T- J- B XT T E i . ,.t number of the WEEKLY MlXEU was issu j -A 9 J661- IU"1 ln thU' ,U twelRh it can, JJVtrtttn. claim to bB 1Ue 0,de,t lartfit and bet news " f. l TVrritorv. Subscription Rates "f7' Six Months $7.00 4.00 2.50 Three Months....... .......... frtftCofl Advertising Rates. 25 0s lacb ("12 line f Ulis 'P'). column. $3.00 for first i iihrl discount from abore rates will be made to rer- m,mbo advertise largely by the year, half year or Prefossiontl d busins cards inserted upon reasona Perwas sending us money for subscription, advertising f Jb work, may forward it by mail, or otherwise, at titrowBii- XMal Ittufer JTottt taken at par in paymnt for tub Jiiftitn, adttrliting and job ierl jy TERMS. n ffinc tnrarj'olly. jLAdrMi all orders and letters to "THE MINER." Prescott, Arizona. BUSINESS CARDS. J. P. HARGRAVE, Atterney and Counselor at Law. Office Ea3t side of Plaza, Prescott. COLES BASHFORD,...

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. — 12 November 1875

ft rVY T. J. Butler. Editor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1875. account or advertising and sub scription ichich btcame due oh fir beore the first day of Fdniary, and all bill for legal adver tisements vhich appear t-1 in the Miner prior to thai dale are payable to John H. Marion. All accounts accruing since thai dttfe are inyalle to T.J. Butler, the present; proprietor. Laws of the Peck- Mining District. Who's An Editorial Scrub ? To pass tbe Citizen's personal attack upon us by, in silence, womd be an aflectation of contempt that we do not fee!, and to retort in kind, and say the editor "pawed the ground like an infuriated bull," or "whined lite an old granny," would be to apply an ungentlcmatily epithet, betray a weakness we would avoid, and prove us a scrub in deed; therefore we simply remark in the mildest manner possible, that it is something to have enraged a man usually so "child like and bland" as our worthy Tucson contem porary. The fact is, the editor of the Citi zen prides himsel...

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. — 12 November 1875

local Intelligence. Church Notice. r JffJiSfjra iVf"? ? Pb SS ite "SriS:" 5rr: iL w'iES? "oiuj, Curnif. TTOTIfiES in th f V Dial vi A ill ifc I 1 U VTB iav ' insertion, ana zwentu mitt in.o. " '"r eoc1 Auction To-morrow momlnfr J. L. Fisber will sen a spiiu o uuu American bufjgy borses jfter wbicu be will sell town lots. Episcopal Ubnrcb Service will be he!d on Sun daj evenraj: next, at 7 1-2 o'clock, at tbe church on Marina street. Kcv. F. O. Barstow officiating, Mr Donobnc has put up racks and hnng the v1o on(1 lir!f1irK Jiplnnrrl.ir, ..!! n luu niaKc. une ict Is located at Ahcr fe CoV new store and an. ether at C. P. Head & Co's. 1 elinK aCent for Pond, Rey- t . ' - J - . - U Ilnfnh Cfln lfllA in r . nolds fc Co., San Francisco, ,uuoi:u. JS Piyms frescoU a visit In the interest of the bouse be represents Mr. II. is wen Known ail over tbe coast as a rclia- .I.U hnilncmi mm. -i Wcwerc wrongly informed last week as to tbe Burcuase ui uju iiriCK-j.ira OV Mr. Drnlfi t. i. t ... HO...

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. — 12 November 1875

f to mm. Bj-and-By. There' HUle mischief-maker That Is etealiuelialf onr bites. Sketching' plctnres in a dream Lad That are never seen in tbk Dashing-from the Up the pieasarea Of the present while we sijrh ; Ton may know that mischief-maker. For his name Is By-and-Bj. He U slttinff by your hearthstone With his sly, bewitching glance, Whispering of the coming morrow As the social hours advance ; Loitering 'mid onr calm reflections. Biding forms of beanty nigh ; He's a smooth, deceitful fellow, This enchanter, By-and-By. Ton may know blm by his winning, By his careless, sportive air; By bis sly, obtrusive presence. That is straying everywhere. Bj tbe trophies that be gathers Where bis sombre victims, lie For a bold, determined fellow Isthlsconsjoeror, Br-and-By. When the calls of dfcty bannt nsr And the present seems to be All the time that ever mortals Ssatch from dark eternity. Then a fairy band seem palntlBR Pictures on a paiuted sky, Tor a cunning little artist Is this fairy, By-a...

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. — 19 November 1875

a tmm 1,MWBJPqr:vqMBgMs;o:- j fol. Xn. No. 46 THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, irr rj7. J. BUTLER. Tiilrtt number of tbe WKKKLT MlKRll was issued on 1 . tad .nJ In this. U twvlfth ...... I. trsta. cUlm to be the oldest, lnryest and bet iiivi Jrli the Territory. Subscription Rates iwCepy, One Tear 5' "Six Months ' Three Months..... rfssfUOrte $7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. flielBfb ( 1 l'oe of ln! typ3.1fc Column. $3.00 for flnt tsnrticn "J 150 Ter inch for cach additional Imtertion. liberal discount from a!ove rates will be made to per iMiwke livenis largely by the year, half year or Hitwr. ftdmionai and business card Inserted upon reasons kuttrmt. 'ttttoa sending; m mnnev foj subscription, advertising erjobwor. way r uiurrn-ise, ai iirowni. Isml Ttnder Xota taktnat par in paymtnt for tut fiftitn, advertising and job work. gTKiXS. In adcance invariably. Address all onlers and letters to "THE MINER." Prescott, Arfioua. BUSINESS CARDS. J. P. HARGRAYJ2, Altarncy and Co...

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. — 19 November 1875

mtx. '. J. Butlwr, Editor. "MurvrC Steep TTe xsaosaced tie cosapJrtjba of bsild isacs etc, afirw hs g, but rtiera to the natter aiia becsase ve hTe been there ad exanused tie preaise slace tie mentioa 1- I Iodtd to, and because ire rezllj regard tbe FRIDAY, NOVE3IBER 19, 1875. j , iiwp rarfj . . ; -1 1 . . , , j "tOT a icer, because otters caniot touo-sr t, units tier can bsild mountains for ehti- f" J0pl wer.cowrMU.inoaat ! mesa with zui, trifei tiirpf tf JW prior io fifteea in all direction, ind surround ' - . - . i sssnu ctzmxvj ttct mm u art. jvgaue to tutf. of terf ,bas practical keeping ill T. J. Better, the pretext prvprUlvr. zwx Granite creek which for milts is entirely dry rises jast above tbe barn and runs br the premises ia a bold BY TELEGRAPH. lijBdil to & Xhar IT. S. JEScy xa X. U. load New Tori, Nor- 12. The Graphic1 spec ial dispatch from Wasihagtca, says that it is believed that the President's message is referesce to the Cabin question will sife bo pared for a r...

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. — 19 November 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. ..rricH tTrty Sunday, at 10:30, at the Methodist Epia irnreb. on Marina street, IVexcott. Sunday school lafter service. REV. D. B. Wkigut, Pastor. . eCIili Notices m t7ie reading "columns tcill JZrntiat the rate of THlUTr cr.STS per line insertion, and ticenty cent a ine for each ffpunt insertion. There s to 1)0 a M,i!rd match to-morrow fcbt at Luke & Co's saloon, between two ama jrptoje"' ior onc bundrcd doa"8 a side. 0 dot lectlc German Band," from the Post, fca'lit nice to sit up to Joe and Charley's 8tand la tbe Jlontczuma, and take lunch to the dulcet .trains of exquisite music. (st J0ur ci'e ovcr Cheap John'a announce ment of tbe receipt of Christmas goods. Wilt & Casey have dry lumber in their new Ytrd, and will have out posters in a day or two. Tbe Sheriff will sell the Vulture mill and mine. Foster, Case, Pardee, Thompson and all hands tiveslJy returned from the Little Colorado inrreying expedition, having completed the ex ttrlor t...

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. — 19 November 1875

- - fiyW mtt. ok; be hot the first. Ofe, be sol the rt to dkcerer jl bloc gs tbe fame of a friead, A Sir Is tbe falifc of a lorer. W&oe heart but pro re trae to the esiL We aose of ss ksow ose aaocher, Asd oft Isto error we tU ; Thea Id cs speak veil oj a brother. Or peak not ttxvzl hist atalL A ratie or a tlb maj avakea Sespfcies sot falc asd cstrsc; Asd tiss oar beSef my be stakes, Ix heart tkal are boaest asd trse. How ofcra tbe Bgfci italic of glads es Li vera bj tbe friesd that sect, To corera tesl fall of fadses. Too presd to acfcB9ledc defect How oJicu tbe of dejeeUoa Is beared 2roa tbe h ypocrile's breast. To parody trstb aad aSectios, Or Isli a ssspiekra to rem. How oftea tbe friesd we bold dear Mi, Their soblesi emotions eosccal, Aad bososttbe psrest, sincere:. Bare secret tbej caaaot rrreaL Lerre hue zslads to harbor apk:Son, Asd i2J eses to trace ot drfeeu Let ecra be a sobls asbhioa. For he a tbe raiad that tiapecir. We soae of c kaowose aaotber, Aad It isio error w...

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. — 26 November 1875

x f 1 x.-v.-sr .issr -k .sssw .sw .,ssw . " - MW W II IF im Hill rTS gr?r3 TUl. -Vll. i0. 47. THE .ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERV FRIDAY, KT. 33 TJ T L E R. The irstniirnber of the WEEKI.T Mixes rra Iuedoh lurch S. JPGJ. and In this. It. twelftU year, It can, iraui, claim to ha the oMit, largest and belt new Taper in uie t erritory. - 1 Subscription Rates Jt Copy. One turJL . .-..i ... ri. i ... . .-; . .;S7.00 ' " six Month...'. ;.. 4.oo " Three Month 2.50 injrieCri?s.;. -i - 25 4 Advertising Rates. . One Inch ("IS line of this type). In eolnnin. SH.00 for firit insertion ami ei.oo per Inch for each additional Insertion, A lHwral discount from Wre rate will be mntle to nor on who adrertise largely 'by the year, half year or iuanrr. Professional and business card inserted upon reasona ble lerrn. i , Person endin? i money loi luusorlption, advertifinc rrjoii wotk. may. torirara iiv stall, or otherwise, nt their oirn rid. J t U- ij Ltgal Ttmler .Vote taWnat pir in paymtnl for tub- tnp...

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. — 26 November 1875

I LETTER FROM COL. HODGE, ON THE FECK DISTRICT. TELEGRAPHIC. Sfedtl to tie Xker by Ucited StatH ud W. TJ, Uses. 'J?. .7. Sutler. Editor. Editoh Sixer: Although the Peck min ing district sad the Bradsbaw Moanuins havener so fally written up for the 3Lixer, I by Sfessre. Ilitchcock, Bigelow and others, I article published in the Chronicle and Call of yesterday morning, relative to te pro- San Francisco, Nov. 22. The sensational fDTn i v vntrmrnnn nr I - . m: nuAi, iwx.iiiocii o, m.o cannot refrain from gtvinff my testimonv ia reference to the wonderfullv rich mineral All account for advertising and tub $eriptim chick became due on or beore the Jirtt day of February, and all bUlt for legal adcer titarxnts tckich appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payable to John 11. Marion. All account accruing tince that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. deposits of the Bradsbaw country. By the Invitation of the lion. C. C. Bean. I was enabled soon after my arrival in...

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. — 26 November 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Services very Sunday, at 10-30, at the Methodist Epis copal Church, on Marina street, l'rrsoott. Sunday school immediately after ervice. Rev. D. B. Weight, Pastor. Sracut Notices in the reading column will be charged at the rate of thiktt cr.NTS per line forfint insertion, and twenty cents a ine for each subsequent insertion. Whoever will bring in a load or nice rcd-flr Christmas trees in time for the holidays will find ready sale for tlieni, at such prices as families cab afford to pay Our readers will please notice the advertise ment of the Kansas Farmer and American Young Folks, published at Topeka, Kaunas. The Far mer is an. old established and prosperous journal. It is one oi our a'jlcstjand best Western Agricul tural papers. Called Urox Us. L. O. Demont and V. IL Fnllcr, of Virginia City, Ner., railed upon us yesterday. They are mining men and dealers in mining interests, and are looking at Arizona with a view of cngaslmj in business in their...

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