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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 26 November 1875

met. Pima Items. From tbo Tucson Citizen of Nor. 13th: Sir. D. A. Bennett is in from Patagonia, and says be has the recent care cleaned out and the mine well opened again and tbat smelting is going on. In a few day?, 3Iessrs. Fish, Silvurberg and others intend to visit and inspect the mine with a view of enlar ging operations. In the crude way in which work' had been conducted, about 100,000 pounds of bullion bare been taken out ai:d shipped to San Fr.tncisco. where for a time but a little over half the worth of it was ob tained. The later receipts for the bullion have greatly encouraged Mr. Silverberg, and we unaersiana ne is now wining to join Jieartly into enlarging the means ol produc tion. .There is hardly a doubt but they have in that mine one ol the best, if not the best, u n : .property in tui; iuuiwjiy. Tom lioddick cume in from tho Yellow Jacket early in the week, with about $150 in gold, the product of two and one half tons of ore. He reports tbo prospects as iirft rate. ...

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. — 3 December 1875

vipm mt tier Vol. XII. -No. 48. THE ARIZONA MINER, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, The tnt narabsr of the WeKKLT Mixkr was Issued OD mtazm 5, J tTH, kd4 is wis, lis iwtirni year, it c with troth, gUtm to b th. oldest, largest and bft ae fpit la tk Territory. Subscription Rate can. Jem Copy, On. Yr U Months " Three Kuaths..... S7. .. 4. 2 jiriCyr' Advertising Rate. Oat inch (12 lines of IhU type). Ia column. 93.00 for flrit sasertioo and 91. 50 per Inch for eaca additional insertion. A liberal discount from abora rates will bo mad. to per an on who adrertise largely by tb. year, half year or aaner. Professional and business f.ards Inserted upon reasena' tela terass. Persons sending; us innn.y tot subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by sail, or otherwise, at naeir own ruk. LtgX Tender Xottt tattnet par in pmfwttnt ftr trnk- rtrtplum, aattnuxng ana job vrk. rf TSEMsV in adranct invariably. Address all ord.ra and letters to "THE MUTER." Prescott, Arlsena. BUSINESS CARDS. j. p....

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. — 3 December 1875

'J?. J. IButler; Editor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1875. ffy f accounts for advertising and sub scription vhich became dxte on or before the first day of February, and all bills fur legal adver tisements vhich appeared in the Miner prior to thai date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that dale are aydlle to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. George Martin, tvholesalci and retail druggist at Yuma, is one of the most correct and prompt business men in Arizona. It is a pleasure to do business with a man who is always square up to the mark. I f we were in the business and wanted to order a bill of drugs we fbould send right straight to Dr. Martin and relyupon fair dealing. Some nauirhtv children when "in the j pouts" and offered sugar or other nice thing, will strike it from your hand, dash it to the floor and never seem to " reciprocate person al favors." When we talk pretty to the ed tor of the Citiztn he only gets "madder and madder," until we begin to fear 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. — 3 December 1875

Local Intelligence Church. Notice. Service every'Sundayi at 10:38. nt th"MeU6dit Epis copal Church, on Marina itreet. I'rvcott. Sunday wbool immediately alter eervice. Kev. D. U. WiiifitiT, l'utor. SrEcntr 'Notices in the reading cohtmnt thill be charged at the rate of THlitTr cr.vrs per line for Jirit insertion, and twenty eetitt a vie for each iubeqient insertion. .i . , Whoever will bring in a load of nice red-fir Christmas tree in time for the holidays will find ready sale for them, at such prices as families can afford to pay An InrEitvrivE NEcnsbrrr. The most urgent and immediate necessity that is pressing itself upon Prescott is a waou road to the Peck and Bradshaw mines, and the only feasible plan for raising tiie means to do It Is by general taia lion. Every man, woman and child who expects to make Yavapai county his or her home Is inter ested iu bavimj good, practicable road over which to transport the rich ores and miner's supplies hoax and to tlio.-c mines. Should the Bo...

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. — 3 December 1875

tut iff The World fa what We make it. I've seen botoo people in this Hie Who alwsv are repining. Who never, never jet could see The storm-Hood's silver lining. There always somethiDj; 1 amiss From sunrise to its slttimr. That God's hand aside their map of life. They seem the while XcrctMns- And I have seen a biased sight To sin-beclouded vision. Some people who, where'er they ber Make earth seem an Elyskio. They always see the brightest I6e The dreadful shadows never And keep the flower ol hope in bloom' Within their hearts forever. The one ean make the sunniest day Seem wondrous sad and dreary; The other smlltt the riouds away, And makes a dark day cheery. This life or ours is, after all, A bout as we shall make it. II we can banish Brief and care. Let's haste to undertake it. J3Y TELEGRAPH IBpedsI to the Miner by TJ. 8. Military and W,U. Line Washington, Nov. 2G. The funeral of Ticc President Wilson, took place to-day, the large numbers present and the deep feeiin manifested made ...

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. — 10 December 1875

3 Juttter VI 301111 .in Vol. XII. No. 49. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1S75. Established 1SGI. TJHE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, II Y T j. BUTLER. The firitn-imber of the WmckW MlMHl was inelm .larcu 9. 1?G1. an In thU. lu, twelfth year, it can, with truth. claim t he tb oldest, largest and belt n.vrs aper in the Territory. Subscription Rates Jne Copy, OnYarI "- Six Month Three MonUis. Single CofUt S7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. One inch f 12 lines or Ibis tyr"). in column. $3.00 fur first insertion nd per inch for each additional ins-rtion. A liberal discount from abore rates will be made to rer uns who advertUe largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business csrus inseriru mn rriw bin terms. i..nn. .n,lW tin tnnner fot sntiscrii'tion, advertising or job work, may. forward "U by xall, or otherwise, at Their own risk. Ltgal Tender XoUt taken at par inpayment for tub teriplion, adtertiting and job work. pyTEKMS. In advance inra...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 December 1875

t iilmtx. 'J .T. J3utlr. Editor. FRIDAY, DECE3IBEK 10, 1875. BUSINESS PROSPECTS OF PRESCOTT For nearly twelve months vre have closely watched the growth of Prescott, both as to the number of its houses and inhabitants, and its business increase; and with a firm re solve not to overstate its past or present ad vancement or prospective importance, we come TELEGRAPHIC. 4- Swdal to the Hiser by United Stat;s tad W. U. Lias. decline. Consolidated Virginia 370 ; etc. Gold ha New York, 114f; Greenbacks in San Frandsco, 86J- and 87$. San Diego, Dec. S. Steamer City of Pan- SETT ADVERTISEMENTS. - grow i. Sr- All nf..iinnt fw AftrArtiaSnn rtnfJ sithm I tcriplhnvhieh became due on or before the first Proverbial for the wonderful rapidity with Tisrer Mis ins: Company.-! ca tion of rrinriral place of basinets, Sao Fiancisco. CaJi- m with R R iron far Sinta Monica IS due fornia Location of work, Ttgrt District, Bmdha ama wun n. k. iron tor eania jiomw i uuc MountaJa yaT0j Ari.na TerritoryN..tice ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 December 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. -SrTicTery Sunday, at lO-JO, at the Methodist EpU opal Church, oo l!arin street. IVescott. Sunday cbool immediately alter enrice. Rev. D. B. Wkigut, Pastor. i-MU??. lh'y"lrnL mmytu w c rue iiiiiai cr tine for Jirtt iuertitm, atul twenty cent a ine for tach nubtcqvtnt intertion. oucnn r. uower. nw appointca U. Al. ot iW - . I Herbert deputy sueriffand Ui collector. 60 that be Is authorized to receipt for taxea due tbU receipt county for tbe year 1875. . -Aa will be ecen by reference to the proceed ings of the Board of Supervisors at their last tncctlnjr tbo time for paylnjr tares has been ex- tended from tbe 13th to Monday 27th Inst. back part of bUpretiilsca, on Montezuma street, whiixrftavin hu wf.ii r encountered what appeared to be an extensive soap-stone deposit, and bas located 1,500 ft. more or less. Judcre John A. Rnah and Cant. J. H. h, .utuuipuuywun .ir. jane .Miner, returned home on Wednesday evenl.itr from Mnh ! i ,.. .- . the two former...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 December 1875

- .. . i i.'tmi " " 1 i iminunMii, Tho Compulsory Education Law Arizona. of Section 1 Every parent, guardian, or nihor neisfin in the Territory of Arizona having control and charge of a child or children between the ages of eight and four teen years, shall be required to send such child or children to si puhlic school for a period of at leua sixteen weeks in each school year, at least eight weeks of which shall be rnnsHcntivc. unless such cliiltl or children arc exempted from such attendance by the Board j of School Trustees ot tne scuooi uismui i which such parents or guardians reside, upon its being shown to their satisfaction that the bodily or mental condition of such child or children has been such its to prevent his, her or their attendance at school, or application to study, for the period required, or that such child or children are taught in a private school, or at home, in such branches as are usually taught in a primary school, or have already acquired the ordinary branch...

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. — 17 December 1875

Jit rt?otta ma Vol. XII. No. 50. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY E VEXING, DECEMBER 17, IS Established 1S64. THEt ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, r rr jr. btttleb. The frst number of th. WRKKir MLNT.R was Issued on .Warru 9. ieW,nnJo.thU. lu twelfth year, It can, rids trMh.rc!a)ra t be the oldest, largest and bett news paper fa the'Territory. t Subscription Bates,. 5 . ;Jrit Copy. Ons-Yenr.. S7.00 ' Si Month 4.00 . Three Months. 2.50 sflncleCwples 25 : . Advertising Rates. One Inch fl2 lines or thU type). In column. 3.00 for Brt nsrtIon and 81-50 per Inch for each additional Insertion. A liberal dUaiont fmm abnre rates will be made to per eon who advertUo largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business card inserted upon reasana tie terms. Persons sending ns mnner tot inbieHption, adTcrtUinjr job work, may.Jbrward'it by sail, or 6thTwlse, at their own risk'. lAgal Tender XoUt taken at par in payment for tub itriptio. adtertiting and job rk. JjyTEttHS. In advanc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 December 1875

IWPV a. .T. I3utlr. Editor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1875. VERDE, AGT7A FRIA RUINS, MOUTE- STJMA WELL, ETC. SOU" All accounts for adrertisinq and sub scription vhich became due on or before the first day of February, and all bills for legal adcer tiiementx vhich appeared in the Miner prior to thai date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing tdnce that date are ayalle to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. GENERAL KAUTZS REPORT. Camp Verde, A. T., Dec. 4, 1875. Editor JIiner: I arrived Lere on Tues day, the 30tb ult., at 3 p. m., and was most cordially welcomed by Win. S. Head, Eq.f at the Guttlers store, and by Major Brayton, commandant at Camp Verde, Captain Cra mer, Lieutenants Carter, Kendall and oth ers, both military and civil residents. Before writing of Camp Verde, I wish to say a few words respecting the OLD KUIS in and about the Agua Fria. Mr. Bowers' bouse, on what is now generally known as the "Agua Fria Ranch," was erected by the Hon. King S. Woolsey, some 1...

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. — 17 December 1875

Local Intel I igence. Church Notice. Serrtoes rery Bonder, et 10-JO. at ibe Methodist Epii opal Chnrch, on Marina street. I"rentt. Sunday school immediately after Mnrice. KEV. D. B. Weight, Pastor. - 'Special. Notices m the" reading columns will be charged at the rate of tiiiutt cr.NT3 per line for first insertion, and tvtenty cents a ine for each subsequent insertion. SlUby Bros, bare postponed their Ball until February 22d. - Don't forget the sale of town lots at 1 o'clock to morrow. Lieut. W. C. Roundy, Co. B, 8th Infantry, now on detached eerrice at Camp McDowell, bas Lc;n In towq during tlie week. P. McAteer, ol Klrkland Valler, lias rented out his farm for the season, and will hare more time to derote to raining, proipectin and bunting. Tbc tax sale of the Vulture miulu property as will be seen by reference to the Sheriff's adrrr tlsemcnt lias been postponed until Tuesday, Dec. 21st, 1875. The school meeting, last week, passed a reso lution declaring; the sense of the meeting ...

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. — 17 December 1875

PEESCOTT. SPECIAL NOTICES. SAW-MILLS. LEGAL. !3EEDI(?i!L.1 5 f Do as Near Right as You Can. i ?. The world stretcbes widely Oeiore you, A field for your uiueele aud brain ; JVnd.xuouKb cloud may olieii float o'er yon And often comes tempest and ralu, Butfmrless ofslorm which o'crtake you ' " I'uMi forward and through line a nun Good fortune will never IoraUe you, If you do as near riutas you cau. Remember, the will to do rightly, if used, will the evil confound; Llre daily by conscience, thai uigbtly Your bleep cuay be peaceful and sound. In contests of right never waver Lei boucety tliupe every plan, And life will of Paradise savor, If you do aa near right as you can. Though foes darkest scandal may speed, Aud strive with their ohrewdeot of tact To injure your fame, never heed. Hut justly and honestly act : And ask" ol the Killer of Heaven To 6ave your fair uaine as a man, And all that is aektd will be given. If you do as near right as you can. RESOLUTIONS Requesting tho People of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1875

Ml ma Vol. XH. No. 51. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1S75. Established ISM. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FIMDAY, T. J. BUTLER. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Tbe flratnnmberof the WKKKLT 3IIVKK vu issuedon .farch 9. 164. and in thl. iU twelnti year, it can. with truth, cUiin to ha the oldest, largest and best news- ? apcria th Territory. Subscription Rates Jut CorrOo. Year........ " " Six Months " Three Months. -s)lale Copies -57.00 4.00 .- 2.50 .. 25 liberal dealor. ti. " , '" nuo- recommend them si &Ir thing by everybody" "Wjr ,nleaat" PBESCOTT. A VISIT FROM ST NICHOLAS. 'Twas Hie night before Christmas. inrougti the home when all Advertising Rates. One inch (12 lines of this typ). in column. $3.00 for flrit msertioa una ei-SO per tnen lor each additional insertion, X liberal discount trnra above ratea will t sonswko odrertite largely by the year, quanwr, Promotional and business card Inserted upon reasena "bl. Una. Parsena f endinr ns money tot subscription, adrt...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1875

f$k ggmer. T. .T- Sutler. Editor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1875. OBSERVATIONS IK AND OUT OP TOWN. ?j?fC All accounts far adrertuina and iub scriplion Khich tttcame due on or before the Jirtt day of February and all bills for legal adcer tisemenU ichich appeared in (he Miher prior to that date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing rince that date are payable to T. J. Butler, tlic jiresent proprietor. The London bondholders have just been listening to another repjrt on the condition of the fcne railroad. JBY TELEGRAPH. Gov. McCormick authorizes the Sentinel to deny the statements latelj- reported by telegraph to the press that ho had made ex- tensire negotiations in Los Angeles and San Diego lor real estate. He expresses confi dence in the future of both these cities and has a personal interest in each, but his means would not warrant the extensive purchases reported however much he might hanker af ter their land, or words to that effect. Capi. Joh.v S. Follansbee, an old ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1875

8 -4 a Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Servicet rery Sunday, at 10-30, at the Methodist Ej-it-eopal Church, on Marina street, Prexwtt. Sunday school immediately after sei-ricc. Kev. D. B. WMGHT, r-wtor. SrEClAi. Notices in the reading columns will be charged at the rate of thiktt cunts per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a ine for each subsequent insertion. Gen. Kautz Las ordered two companies of cav airy, under Col. Blddle, to the Sonora line. The Vulture mill and mine at Wickcnburg Las been sold to J. M. Barney, lor f3,200. Geo. W. Curtis lias returned frein San Fran dsco. He has a new engine, cat-off 6aw, etc., coming. Will D. Southworth has purclmscd the interest of bis partner, Mr. Hart, In the Real Estate busi ness, nnd the firm of Southworth & Hart is dis solved by mutual consent. School at Walnut Cheek. A petition has been received 03' the County Superintendent, signed by the requisite number of heads of fami lies, for a ScLool at Wnlnut Creek, near old Cam...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1875

PEESCOTT. SPECIAL NOTICES. SAW-MILLS. LEGiVL. MEDICAL WINTER SONG. 8chmeb joys nre o'er; Flowrets bloom no more, Wintry winds are sweeping; Tbroagb iho snow-drifu peeping, Obcerlal evergreen Barely now Is seen. Now no plumed tnrotfjf Charms the wood with tone; Ice-bound trees are glittering; Merry snow-birds, twittering, Fondly strive to cbeer Scenes so cold and drear. Winter, still I see Many charms in thee, Love thy chilly greeting, Snow-storms fiercely beating, And the dear delights Of the long, long nights. Charles T. Brooks. GENERAL KaUTZ AND PARTY'- VlSIT. Brevet 3Iajor General Kautz commanding this Department, and Lieut. Anderson of Lis staff. Airs. Kautz nnd Miss. tiitchcocK, ar rived here Nov. 15. After a brief stay, the General, accompanied by Lieut. Anderson, Major Lord and Mr. Thomas Ewing, made a trinta Grant and Bowie, inspected those nosta and returned here last Monday eve ning. Before this inspection trip, he held reception in Tucson, when the citizens gen orally cal...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1875

jit met VTol. XII. So. 52. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, IS Established 1SG4. i o. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr. T. J, BtTTLE B ti. first njmber of the WEKKLT MINER wn Issued on fh w4 In this. If twelfth can, WwT truth, data to be the oldest, large.! mJ bast news paper In th Territory. Subscription Rates Joe Copy, One Year... ....-.. ' Sit Month. " Three MontHs....v . WiOtleCopUi i. ....... -.v.. ..$7.00 . 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. Onelnehfiailnesof lhistT).in column. $3.00 for firit I lBlrtlon and 51.50 per incn lor eacn aaumonai mrcriion. A liberal discount from abore rates will be rnale to rer uns who advertise largely by the year, hair year or qoarter. ProfMlonal and bnsinti cards inserted upon reasona hi terms. prfOD sending m money foi subscription, Brtrertlslajr or Job work, may forward It by mail, or otherwise, r.t tttir own tisk. Jynl Tender Tfottt taken at par in payment for reb- ttripHe, adrtrnnng anajoo nr.-. J3fTKHMS. In ailr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1875

T. .T. Sutler, Editor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1875. -Aft account for adtertisinq and sub scription which became due on or before the first day of February, and all bills for legal adcer- tisements which appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. OUR NEW CHIEF JUSTICE. By the California papers received hy last mail we learn tliat the successor of Judge E. F. Dunne is an old resident of Sacra mento City, and not Charles K. G. French as reported by telegraph, bat C. G. W. French. Having no personal knowledge of him. we give below his reputation as outlined by the two leading papers of the city of IiU resi dence. The Bee, of Dec. 14th, says : "Col. C. G. W. French, of Sacram..nn Dan O'Leary and Charley Spencer. These two retran Indian hunters and ex perienced mountain men called upon us on Wednesday and we had an interesting talk j on the Indian question in general and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1875

- - Local Intelligence. Church. Notice. Berrices cyery Sunday, at 10:30, at the Methodist Epis oopal Church, on Marina street. ITescott. Sunday school immediately after service. Hr.v. D. B. A bight, Pastor. arECIA.1. NOTICES in re rcuy irw accnargeaai tncrwj - p Tiik flretsnow of the seasou fell here to the i fnnr inches on Wednesday the 29th. Judcc John Howard has been confined to his room for a week or two by sickness, but thinks be will winter tbrougb. Just received for ale at J. G. Cambcll's a lot of nice Hps' Feet, Hocks, Jowls, Tonpues, Sau- sacei, ana wra, irom oau uiver. Dr. J. If. Pearson came np from Wlckenburg . .onSundajrandJnformsn. iLntour riend Philip Empy,auilnc host of the Vviekcr.ourg Hold, it uawu- a tnoa rttj ana making money. All the men should brothers be, And the'women be their sisters, And every sis hang on the tree. A woolen pair of wristcrs. We thank the owner of the fair hands that knit tbose which the Chrlstuins tree bore for us. Howaud, the watch-maker, ...

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