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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 December 1869

gvcjscott gulvcvtfecmcnte. . cMrttomcnte 11 General Councils of the Roman Catholic Church. 1. Tho first General Council was that of Nice, held in 25, for tho purpose of refuting the heresies of Ariua, who asserted that Christ was inferior to his Father. '2. The second General Council was held nt Constantinople, A. U. 318, to refute the er rors of Macedonians, who asserted that the Holv Ghost was not one of tho three divine persons. 3. The thin! General Council was held at EdIicsus. in 431. concerning the heresy of Neatorius, who asserted that the Hlcsscd Yir tin should not ho called tho Mother of God 4. The fourth General Council was licit at Chalccdon. in 451. to decide on tho doctrine of Eutvchus. who denied tho humanity of Christ. 5. The fifth General Council was held nt Constantinople, in 503. It condemned the heresy of Oriycn, who asserted that the Holy Ghost is nothing moro than divine energy or power of acting, etc. 6. Tho sixth General Council met at Con etantinople, GH). It...

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. — 25 December 1869

r r;'- ' V.' 1 WEEKLY MINER. VOLUME YI. I'RESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1869. NUMBER 50. THE mt ARIZONA H Pir-' fUt. t arelnwi 1. TIIEARTZONA-MIKEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, XT PHE3COTT, YAVAl'AICOUNTV, ARIZONA. srrnso nir'nojj": Or.o Copt, Ono Yoar, $ 7 00 - " Si Month"! 4 00 " Tlirco Months 2 50 C!n?1 Copies 23 PPt will not bo sent utile paid for In .nd- nore. Mid trill invariably he discontinued at the end f sec time paid for. One squire, one time, $8.00; each additional tlm $1 M. Each additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the namo advertisement for three, six, or twelr e month, Profeefional or liuilness cards intcrtcd upon reatonablu term. Job I- i i rx t i n g-. The Mii sn office U well supplied with Prcsee, Hin, Fancy and O.nainentAl Type, and the pro rrtor l tWerraine d to execute all work with w' h he may be la'ored In the neatest and best s'.vic of the art. Work may bo ord.irc-d from any part of the ...

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. — 25 December 1869

! 1' rvvv t 'V IrHcott, yVrlnonii 'X'orrltory. SATURDAY MOItNI.VG. DECEMBER 25. 18C9. Kan Frnnrlntn Acrncj-. THOMAS IIOVCK It the authorized agent for the MlNKIt In Sun Frenclv". Order Icftathlt office. Nov 30 (ecoml ftW). Merchant' Exchange. California Itrett, lwlow Montgomery, will b promptly attended to. I P. VlJMIF.il. room iM nnd 21, Merchant' Kxcbangr, California ttrrct. Ran Francltco, U authorlutl to imi agent for tbe Mt.SRR. Stnrle copie of th MINE a can be purchased at the rpetofflre. A Merry Christmas. This beinfr Christmas Day, the Mikkk wlihes nil its renders n m;rry Christmas, and hopes that they may enjoy them pelves hugely, but with moderation. The Miner mean to hare a good time, nnd will, undoubt edly, if it cm ninnajro to take part in all the promising 'May-outs" that will be temptingly spread before it during the next week. Should the "lay outs" Tall to "lay It out," It will be on hand next New Year's morning, juicy with fat turkey, and noisy from indulgence in red...

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. — 25 December 1869

Local Intolliscncc. Pkescott, December 25, 18C9. fo Oi'R I'atbo.vs. Patrons of the Misek, tbv old ji'flr is drawing to a clone, and the new one opproaclicth with steady step, warning nil to pre pare for the cares, troubles nnd responsibilities they will certainly have to breast and encoun ter. Xow, we bavo responsibilities to meet, responsibilities, too, that will, wo lenr, bo too weighty for lis. unless those of our patrons who are In arrears for subscription, advertising, job work, etc., come forward Immediately with tho cash tbey owe Us. pay It, and thereby enable us to meet our engagements, which are of a very pressing nuttm". In n word, wo want money to pay our debts and meet tho expenses of running the paper. Goon. If Tnn:, Wm Osborn, who arrived In Prcscott from 1'hrenlx, Monday evening last, In forms us that some soldiers from Camp McDowell hd arrived at tho settlements on Salt Itlvcr, a short tlmo previous to his departure, with news to the effect that n soldier who was out...

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. — 25 December 1869

it 4 -The Origin of tho Cuban Rebellion. The Boston 7''-i&v has received an au thentic aeeoant of the mcre at the thoa tor hi Havuna, which tirecipitntoil the revolu tion: ' THE CACSC. 'bn tie evtnine of January Slat, l?t. the CibHH wiBttwh ptavM at the VUlaoima uwur ivr m ia.i umtimi among oiner ffCtiey sanr the" (hk Nro "1 work of thetr own rLmpoaitioti. After the first ' ew ,u trOffl, Mr. JaintTValde, one of the slug- f5U ,ke do ,' e ground, smcejKitroU ers.ktfclmz Wof the right grunted by & of volunteer, without, chief or order, wer law iwlVl Wv afrwdayi befonv came n verv where 'nookinfortho pcaco ctbe ottetheLtiioflber.andUkine'6' f ' tyt theauelw hall so uxcjkrimtd, "Hurrah for Charles Etimnuol," tfce two Cbrvtian Himw of Ceteds who reso tlrst in Vara, in tho pim department of the, island, on October 8tb, 1, and was tlwnjaw he is now. the chief of the revolntUn. A 1 til tlu CUWlHll Ik. ntnttMl etQnpod (prwafd oaiuasd Mid, Hurrah for indetilhdenee!' and M) on for threo...

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. — 1 January 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. volume vir. TIfE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, ME3COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. One Copy, One Year $700 . 3 Fix Months 4 00 Thrco Months, 2 50 filnjle Copier, 23 Papers will not be sent unless paid for In ad- V.WT, ml will furm-iaWy be discontinued at the end of (be time paid for. One square, one time. Kt.00; ench additional time, f l-V). Each additional square, game rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinning the time advertisement for three, six, or twelve month. Professional or business cardt Inserted upon reasonable terras. Job J? i inline:. Tue Mixru ofllcc Is well supplied with Presses, Plain, Fancy and Ornamental TyK and the pro. prWor l determined to execute all work with which he ni:iy bo lavorcd In the neatest and best rf vie of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with tlio cash, It will be promptly executed and tent by mall, or at directed. Persons sending money f...

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. — 1 January 1870

SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1. 1870. Knn Krnnrlarn Acrnrj-. Thomas Ilovci: l thr authoriird nifnt for thr MlSfll In Kan Krundvu. Onlen lrftnthW oflW, NO.U0 (nrrotid rlnot). lcrf!iiit' Exeharrri-. California .trecl, twlow .Motitirumrry, will be trotmtly U 1. r'ls'llElt, rnAnMUOnnd'91. MrrcKant' Hx.c!wnjr California itrwt. San t'raticfKvt tt outhorlti-d to act m Btfrnt fur Hie MlNr.lt. Klncla ropl- vf tb UlNKK a It purcunied at lb IVrtotfie. ' Our Territory. With alt Its slowness, dangers and tribulations, our Territory has a charm for all who have ever resided In It. Its citizens may get tired of It, lerlvc l Jn disgust, and vow to never return again, but, so mellow or other, spells will coino over thent. while wandering in "foreign lands;" mem ory will revert to the clays nnd nights spent in wild, dangerous Arizona, and back they must drift do drift. Fellow citizens, "our country, 'ti.n glorious land," and no part of it Is more glfYrtous'tban, Arizona. Shots a Queen, ribbed wtth silve...

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. — 1 January 1870

(?Y 3&' Local IiitcilijfCiicc. c. .n' d r Pbkscott, Jntiiinry 1, 1870. .. . r.p Vmnr. Wales Arnold mid other J?l 8 Mr "ill week. from Camp Verde o Lt no nUof Importance. Mr Arnold "f ,rmed u. tbat Intllan. were plenty In the vlein UA?.: ,u settlement. He m of the .tt a force .UI onvairj u"m.. .. ... i t.- mumeM un. na all know W-va'MowTohthcJohu. FlMh'-rs, who rameiicrct irom '" Wellington Territory', several-months . I I. If.l. ninmlnir I'rOTinUS IU HIS V lUrl' ti lM .'" ... ,., i,n -. )!.! unon n. solwrrlbed for a copy ("the MtSBK, and begged tt to teTltne pnblle of r .-a that he Jim hid dealings whll (iencralt i'-lik WJieoUm, A,J. Alexander, ond tJoL-'Red- " J Trt't . I' S. A., tind Hut he found them gen - a lu ittj ferine of the word- We do so .,r, , !i . riullr, n we folly agree with Mr. ; '.. h 1 1."!'1 qU" 9f tlie o!111" nameAJlU . t .. ... ro'.uru hre o"'t with a lirrc band 'L net and mules. . !-,t RrT rm!u -Charley WUHomloa, who left this - - .,f Kantr -a.! th TrrrTt r ...

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. — 1 January 1870

lite' mm INDIAN TRADITIONS. Story of the Delugp on this Continent. jjj,;,, Prom the Detroit I'ot. J Tho following rather singular tradition whichexists among tho l'apago Indians re specting Montezuma, their founder, and the tlelucc. has. wo believe, never yet appeared in nrintr nt least not in its present shape. It was related by Captain Cou Ouan, an aged and intelligent member of tho tribe, and was taken down from his lips by an interpreter for Judge Henry T. Hackus, of Arizona lcr ritory, and formerly of this city. Judge Backus has visited many of tlw places men tioned in the legend, and has been an oye witness of the quadrennial feast still cele bratetl at the cave. He represents tho Pa pagoes as being nominally Catholics, yet clingiM? to their national traditions wltu great tenacity, and cherishing tho memory of jiontczuii'a wim even inure man saiimj u-h oration! This tradition of tho delueo is interesting in its relation to tho origin of tho Indians of Wis country, ana especial...

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. — 8 January 1870

! n i I .... . THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1870. NUMBER 2. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY HORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTV, ARIZONA. 8U J JSC RII'TION": One Copr, 0VW ' " ' $I So ii Six Month ii Thrco Months, a 50 Single Copici, 25 Paper will "t he sent unless paid for In ad- Tnee, and will invariably bo dleontlnued.at the end ofthe lime paid for. jVDVICU riSTTCr: How Appointments to Office were Made in Kentucky. One quarc. one time. P3.00; each additional time, $ l.W. Each additional square, arao rate. A liberal dlicount will be made to parsons con tlnnlntr the tame advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. Professional or business card Inserted upon rruonable terms. Job IPi-intiiif?. The Mixer office Is well supplied with Presses, Plain, Fncv and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor U determined to execute all work with which be miy bo favored In the neatest and best itjle ofthc art. Work may be ordered ...

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. — 8 January 1870

i 1 T?rortaott, .A-Hssoim '.Corrltory. SATURDAY MORNING. JANTAUY 8. 1870. Unit FrniirUro A ceticy. TIIOMAA IJOTixU the aaUiorfewl agent fur the Ml.NF.li In San Kranrtvn. Onlrn left at bit office. No. 110 (teCond flour), Ie rehaoti Hxehange. California itrttt, below Montgumry . will t promptly attended to. I P. VlHir.K. rumit VOanJ 21. Mrrchant'i Kiehanire, California ttreet Sao Tranche, it authoring to net at affenl for h MINER. Slntrle oopftai of the MINES ran be purshiied at the PottoiUe. Bij; Bug District. Wo made a pilgrimage to ntg Hug Qtmrlz Mining District, enrly this week, In company with L. C. Gray anil DeWItt P. Foster, two gen tlemen of the first water. Tho district lies about sixteen miles south of I'rescolt, In a delightful country, well watered, tlmbored and grasjed. In It nrc numerous quartz lodes omo Of which are rich In cold and silver. We found tho Company's 10-stamp mill at work, reducing ore from an extension claim on the Ktigcnle lode. Tho mill crushes, every 'i...

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. — 8 January 1870

2i ir i Locul Intelligence. rRKScoTT, January 8, 1870. Ykom Camp 1atk Cheek. Lleutcnitnt O. II. HoyJ, I'. 8. A., mid WHUrd Bice, post guide, or r.vcd at Fort Whipple Tuesday last, from Camp Date Creek. They say the weather, down lu their country, h been very pleiwant. Col. O'lleirnc, commander or tbe post, had Rone to Cnmp Mc Dowell, Captain McClcave commands during hla absence. No Indians had been seen In the vU unity of the post for lone time past. Sorts !fc Cbktis' saw-mill ha shut down for a snort 1. uut luy ,1,lvc P'cnty of lumber on hum! and for sale at the milt and at their lumber yard In town. Msr cltltcns of Walnut Grove, Klrkland and Rail Valleys, were In town during tho week, but tfcey lad no Items to Impart to us, for which vre fed sorry. Uoaub or Hki-isuvisoim. This body was lu ses ilon daring tho week, attending to the affairs of the county. From Vulture City, we have new that an acci dent recently occurred to the Vulture Company's mill, which prevculcd Its being run f...

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. — 8 January 1870

CCI.:H can Sunday Morning in Bed. When the tiresome k !i over, We arled Mmbt then ak for eaie. No jrrltn Uk U then before you i o one but younelf to pleiue. How delleloua, then, the feeling Tliat daniit through the drowty brl, Of re it unbroke, untummnoed, Sunday tuorniofr in tho UhL And inch taiteiei throng iron ad you, Half aileep ami halt awake. Dim defined, yet all mi pteamnt Fanelet like tlie dawn, ojuaae. Wfikler, ilmiBM of lure Had IsitUBe, "A lirfirhter far than can tm uld, . u Of re a ferebutc of elyttum, ' ' 1 " Sunday morulcr lii the bed. Aatl Dm early .timl, centraitlng, Add ttill more to the reprjue ; lrele who will the early rUera, Sweeter itiU't the mornta? dwe! LaUir, lnutle, cafe, all Untiled, And the only tound you dread It (be breakfatt belt' runch elatnor, ltouUng from the Sunday's bed. Voftt ttg of early moral nj, Healthful, etlre freth and Mr, llleLrt ri-.l. iola.lr ' barrttit. In the momlop't eHrt" j air Weil, te week days let't adralt It : Think how fion one'...

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. — 15 January 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VII. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY 3I0RNTNG, JANUARY 15) 1870. NUMBER 3. THE ARIZONA MIRER. rUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT rBESrOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY.-'ARI.ONA. One Topy, OneYwir....".... $700 " Six Months 4 00 Three Months, 2 50 flnzle Copies, . 25 Paper 111 "ol he 'cnl "n'ea Pa'd fr I" d-i-n-r nd will inrariabfa bo discontinued at the . of the time paid for. .ad vjr. irrr s rs"G: One sqnare. one time, S3.00; each additional time, il.50. Ecu additional qurc, same rate, A liberal discount will bo made to person con mrtiu; the me advertisement for three, six, or l r months. lWrnSonsl or business cards Inserted upon rratonsMe terras, Job J?r iiii;inpf. Titr Mi r.n olllre Is well npplled with Prors, t'L.n, Kanr-V and Ornamental rypc. and the pro rr.ftor is determined Jo ojcrcute nil work with Wrh he mfty he lavored In theneatcst'and best (file of the art. Work mav he ordered from any jurt of the Terrltury, and. when accompanied with the cah, U b- prom...

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. — 15 January 1870

5vT ta?rocottt .Arlotiu 'X'oi-x'liory. SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY U, 1S70. Smi KrnnrWrn Auriir)". TlloMA llOTCK l the nathrlted rurent for the Ml.NEIl in 8.n 1'ranoinco. Orders l?n at titt office, Ko. 'JO (nuroiul floor), Merchant-! Kxchanjre, OuLUornU tlrMt, below JloBtgvmery, will be promptly attended to. I P. riKHEIt. ronma 'JO nnd 21, Merchant's rixclianjre, California ttreet. Ran Krnnclnco, It authorized to act as ejcent for the MVitiL Slnjrle ccpie! of the MtNF.lt can lVetottice. tie purcluued nt the Death of Ex-Secretary Stanton. Edwin M. Stanton, who fllloil tbo position, of Secretory of War with unflagging real and abil ity, during the greater portion of tho time In which the late war was waged, died tu' nshing ton. on the morning of December 24th, 18CJ. Mr. Stanton was born In Slenbcnville, Ohio, In 1815. and was, nt tho tlnuof Mi death, about fit . . ..... years or age. iho uest mat can uo sntu tor Stanton Is that ho was an able lawyer, and n hard worker. Uy nature, ho was...

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. — 15 January 1870

m. (CI II Local Intelligence. Pkescott, January 15, 1870. Kicit HpeaiMn.v. A Kenllemn Tfrom Walnut Grove, showed ub, this week, a pleco of quarts .ontalnlng a f?rcat deal of gold, which he said ho took from a lodge recently found by htm near that iilce. The quart was a reddish white. Tho cold was, of course, '.vailcr.' The district of Wal nut Grove conluln some or tho richest rock In the Territory. At CTios Sai.b. The furniture, cooking utcn Mi etc, belonging to tho Montezuma Hotel, were ,old at auction, a few day ago, for very good urlccs. By auction, appears to bo the easiest and tot mode of selling things In I'rescott. Tho tptrlt ol Mrs. Toodles hovers over our mountains. TiiEnio!ETj:u Stoi.kk. Sunday ulght last, tome awful tiieAu Uuraan being carried oir n ther mometer that had hung In lront of Dr. Kendall's rhraccr Drug Store, for crcr so many years past, and which was of great convenience to tho public The Dr. will, of course, replace it with another, which wo hope tho thief w...

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. — 15 January 1870

7 .1'.' - I. , ' ' us . J Pootical Quotations. Ti not enough to help thi feeble tip. Hut u supiurt him lifter. True hope, It swift, and flies With itwnllflw's wines j Kings it muses gulf, and meaner creuturrs kings. 'TU n cruelly To kind a fulling uuio. I , 'TIs better to be lowly Iwm, """ And rnnire with humble llrrnt In content. , Than Ui be erk'd nn In b glisU-iIag grief, And vmt a gulden sorrow. To climb strep hills . ( llen,ulres (low pace at lint The lrtied pate f Ducks to the gulden And. ' and laughter let old wrinkles fomec When maidens iu, ' ' H , ! 'ti Men (tire like gU. , , The tire 1' the flint " Showt not till It bo struck. The tongues of dying men Enforce attention like deep harmony. ' "jj Two stars, keep not their motion In one sphere. T! better rlaylrg with a 1W whtlp Than with an old one dying. j ' : To business that we lore, we rise betltnff. And go to"! With delight There's a divinity that shapes our ends, Hough-haw them as we will. The iweat of Industry would dry...

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. — 22 January 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YU. 1M115SC0TT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1870. NUMBER 4. THE ARIZONA MINES. ri'BLlSilF.I) EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PBESCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. Grand Ceremonies Tho Opening Address The Benediction Tho Illuminations. BTjjiscruirrroN- One Copy, One Year. $7 00 " Bix Months u" Three Months, 2 50 P'nsV Copies 25 r.wrs wilt not ho sent nnless psld for In ml v,nrr,nnd will invariably bo discontinued at the niJuhhc time psld for. A.X V JCir L'l S I XG: One square, one time, M.OO; each additional limr, II M. Each additional square, same rate. liberal discount will he made to person con Unnine the nmo advertisement for three, six, or t hi month. Professional or business cards Inserted upon rrasonsble terms. Job Pi'lntlnpf. Tnc Mwr.it omce la well supplied vrlth Presses, l".!n, Kanry and Ornamcutal Type, and the pro misor Is determined to execute all work with Ihlfh lie may be lavored In tho neatest and best ntt of the art Work may be order...

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. — 22 January 1870

mm, pt-oHCott, ,A.rinomi Territory. SATURDAY .MORNING. JANUARY 2'.'. 1870. liHiiVrnnrlim Arpmcj-. TII'ijus IlotrK I the authorised WJTOV fcf thr MINER In San Krunrlco. Ordrn Irfttithli Iflice, No.yO(ml '). JIftrhnfUicbnnr'. California utrcet, brlow Jloitffvmetr, will be pruwjtly MSm11 hv 1- 1'. Fwir.R, roomiSOaad SI, .Merchant's Kitlwnfre. California utrret Saa FraneUco, la authorized to act u Btp.'", fuMlio M L KB. 81nal copies of lb MUCH can , be tmreliated at the I'oatofllee. 1 .FoRMUii.r, llio main question used to be, "Who struck Billy Patterson!" Now, It I "Who killed Stonewall Jackson!" The Northern peo ple nro troubling themselves greatly about tbo waller, and endeavoring to establlh tbc fact that the great warrior was killed by Federal troops, In fact, by I'leasantou's artillery. This, the Richmond Dispatch laughs assaying that Jackson died of pneumonia. From Mohavk Cocvrr. Wo learn from C. A. Lake, that John Moss has succeeded In getttng capitalists to work some copper min...

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. — 22 January 1870

-fern 8to mim. Local Intelligence. I'kkscott. Jitnuary 1870. Flour and Flouring Mills. The most cheering news we have to comtnunl cste to home render, this week, Is tbat the price ,f California dour U on the decline. In fact, two flrrni.Cook A Bowers, and Campbell A BufTiim.have jmt the prlco of the article down to $20.00 (cur rency) per cwt., and, we believe, other trader ll soon follow suit, If they do not even icll for n trifle less. , , , It must, however, bo borne In mind, that Call. furnU floor cannot be brought hero and sold for much les than J20.00 per hundred, so Ion; as the present high prices of freight continue to rule, and were we entirely dependent upon that State for oar flour we should despair of getting It any cheaper for a long time to come. Hut, thank to our formers and the men who have erected mills in tbi part of the Territory, we are not now en tirely dependent upon her. Tlio Agua Frio mill, of Bowers & Oro., has already turned out some excellent flour Trom...

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