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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 2 November 1867

A"RT7ON A MINER. VOXj. IV. X3Xa3SOOrJ?rX SIXJROY, 1S"0"V3BM333E3R. 3, 18G7. IV O. 38. i Dcmocmtlf Xrw.puiif r, alevotcil o Ihe .lc,irntIoit of CoiistUutloiint I'rlnclplcs of (jovtrntucnl, mut tlm nit vniiceinciit of t)lf Inlcrctr every arctlnn of Arlzoiiu. PUBLISHED SATUKDAY MORNINGS, AT PEESCOTT, .A.. T. " ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oi a ro,v. oin year, f 7.00 Ono copy, elx months, t 100. One copy, three months, $2.50. Advertising ratesP jfsjf (tjuarc, one time, fU.00; each additional Vic square, one time, 53.00; oath additional - f.'.OO. L. h additloual half square nnd square, same "uvcrtacmcnts measuring over onc-lwlf square , , be counted nnd charged ono square. . al discount will be inado to persons con t v. nh' the samo advertisement A)r three, elx, or t'w'V months. , , I'rf.nifional or hnslncss cards Inserted upon tu.- i t rms. 7 Tender .Vote taken at par in payment for rUs.i, u kcrtiting and job work. Trim, InvrluXilj' In advance. ;onv h mawov, bexj. ii. weaver, Publishers and...

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

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J, It. MAWON MtiirOK. PEESCOTT, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMDEB 2, M07. Railroad Meeting at Saijta Fc A large and enthusiastic meeting of the citizens of New Mexico assembled in Santa Yo on the afternoon of the 21st of September, itiOi, for the purpos of consulting with Gen eral Palmer, Treasurer of the Union Pacific lftdlway, Eastern Division, in relation to the resources aud advantages of New Mexico as a Continental Hail road route. His Excellency Governor Robert B. Mitchell was chosen President. The President rend the following communication from Hon. John D. Parry, President of tho Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division: Union Pacific Railway, E. D., Omen North-westcorner of Fifth and Elm ptracta. St. Louis, July 27tbf 1SG7. To His Excellency the Governor anil citizens of New Mexico. Gentlemen : Tins company have now in progress surveys from the line of their rail-! road along the bmoky lull liiver m lvantas, from Pond Creek towards Stutta Fe and Al bu...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 2 November 1867

rv.v - ?ATLItDAy MORNING, NOVEMBER g, 1607. Local intelligence. Kr.w Anvcn risEMnxTa. Don'tfnil to read the new sdvortlscmcnts in to-day's paper. We pulU!i to-day, a communication from j Hon. John A- Rusli, denying the authorship ! ,,, certain letter. Itendit. Gt.v. McDowell's letter will bo found upon the first page of to-day's paper. Gov ernor McCormick's reply enmo in too late to appear this week. "Will publish It next neck Fno'i nir Itio Vkiidu. Mr. Win. Cory, h3 has recently inado a trip to Camp Mu cin and the settlements on the Rio Verde, -fjrnu us that, while no was at camp J.in- . . 111 . t . I coin Viptaln uanon anu euveiuecn men oi je nth Infantry returned from a five days' Kont after Indians, under the guidance of Ed. p(k. The party vent down the river about tb.rty miles, and saw Home Indians, but could . t pel within sliootinK distance of the .raps. Tliey succeeded, however, m dc rmg a lot of corn which the Indians hud i , n from the fanners of the Verde, and II tiau cui...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 2 November 1867

SUMMER AND AUTUMN. (lorjffouii Inures are whirling down, Homeward come the scehted baj' ; O'er the ttttblrie, Mrt mi! brown, Fkuiit the aatuina- flower gay ; Ah.alaal Summer pass Like owrjoys, tbey pats mtiji 1 Farmed bjr inaur a balmy brecse, Ih tke sprta I love to tie 'Neath Um newly builllodiree, (fculwg.Wpwwd to the Time will pa, Ami the (towers or spring dl. Oft. my maiden Mt with me. I4leili to the threader (owe, TVarMed ftrth from every tree Kro tbe meadow Iwr vm mows ; lint, Wm! . Snminer pe- Now I wender all alouel Lore, like summer time, I Wr, l)ekd with had and UIomohm gay; Dm upon this anturau air Floats a voice which seems to say, "Lores, ahl Also pase, As the summers pass away !" (BO. AllXOU). Croppings. An old gentleman in Arkansas, with ilk two son., presented himself for registration. In responm to a (fuestion, the father stated that he was happy to say that his son. could not read nor write. Hp had lccn icnt to school when a boy, aud when he got a start in the worl...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 November 1867

, y 1S"0. so. ,A. A' A to mi arotwr, . . . 1 ntiaoeriU ' " , ; I GoVKUNOR, PRBHCOTT, leuiti"' v"" " ,,, , Jlrctit Mij,r-(lentrnl ef Uovrrn...r ... ' Arlionn. ! Demrtmcvt of Crt thelnlcrc. , y , u f g - I . .TTfn c a tii w 11 a v in inninun. 1 h 1. m nxju ma ' A i pbescott, .a., t. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: rr cn- vrnr, 17.00 One copy, six months, U jo. On copy, three month, ti.'.50. ADVERTISING RATES: 1 n', one l"ue, t'--00! cicl' ddltlonal ! - f. -re, t if onr time, fS.OO; each additional tdblioual half square and square, same . r . in n'J! measuring over one-half square v 1 nd rhartred one square. u ctunt will be made to persons con nine advcrtUeinont for three, six, or 'in -. or business cards Inserted upon . rr N ra".en at txtr in payment fur i ,i t-if trtimuj and Jot teork. Trrou, Inrrjily In sulennee. ! VKIOV, BKXJ. H. WEAVCU, i' " i:hers and Proprietors. Official Correspondence. m'cormick to M'nowr.LL. J'nitniTORY or Ant zona OrriT. or the Oct. 21, 1S07. ( McDowell, Ommmid- li...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 November 1867

iSi 1 1- -;v. ii a i r-" v - aim rni ii iuts r 1 i mi r 1 bvV' I I. f i k I VI 1-4 tl' I I. I 11. II . I I VI IS rnnrj." jS Y1Vli makes it lKiiut to wenr tin collar of esery i inform Lieutenant llHSson. Wt. hnvc bclbr us n lettersigned " Patrick The Alta, Miner, and General McDowell. ; Mail Matters. T .. . 1 it i it c. nf lu- Territory. ha .he Mi'i tohtnmi.i, n ncw.pa r nun , . ... - . ...... . , , 1.1,1, illI(,,,... D,.t. I iia that in ii'iiPr wiiu-n in-in " ... - .. e" .. . I. I O., 1st lavuirv, llic wniur ui nmvii informs us tlmt he is the yciiMn railed (erro neously! ' Lieut, Harteon" hi n paiagrnph unilc.il "A Damaging Report," published in tlie .Mim r of the 10th ult., null says: " Now, pnrtr.M-ct and mau that hapiens to be in some time since from tin- Pwt Master '.en- ' X lwcr and place, pitch into the Mim:u in n ! d in relation t.. po-tal "Hn.ni in the 1 it.!- ii M ferocious manner. We supple the old turn- j tory, that functionary informed h.m that at n y cunt Hltcei expecte...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 November 1867

-i ,v.v I "E lately vU A V 1 C 0 Jt K 3 ;VV i II i , TIioium Iloag, at Walnut O -V nr"'T ' a stack of wheat and enrriet kVTU,VY MOltNiM!. XOVKMHlvU t, 1M7 Local Intelligence. VMTiim I'LiaiiAsn. We wish to inform . .,1. h that hut week we bought from ri""1" .. .. . ...it i !.... Iq , ftll tilt' IVPC, KnlKV " Biioumig- P .4 . 1 ..... 1 . f n n f y-iB nlmdiui ta'iC sheep -ieei, siiuiu.i, wivn, viinot.-, . lcxl- quoins (not current), iank(insol ti.,' r ,Hr stock, etc., formerly used in the 'l nation of the Hmttte ami Aruoiiimi, both ',J h pajicrs llftVU (!lftcr uriul" csittoncc, r , r a. a lb publican nml the latter as a ii rati' paper ) some time since been "sub- ,k i ' took pity ujion and by this - t Eliminated " them. IJy this now ac- , tun we have made our olllcc second to t,, side of San Francisco, both for I ,ntity and quality of our material, which is wir'lv ikvv ; and we Hatter ourselves with ' . t. l.ll'.l L ilea that no .'ii m:ii uginoiisumcm. chii vr turn out job work of any ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 9 November 1867

San Fkancuco Ar.r.scr. Mr. Thom.t Buycc I; U only authorlr.cd ngvul for the Minli: in San Francisco. All orders left at Ills office, northeast corner of Washington and Montgomery street, (up stair,) will be promptly attended to. Pomposity. Hold not Hi)- head too lil(lt, my friend, Tn surely thuti must know The heaviest beads ef wheat will bend The stalks on which they prow ; Ami ever, where the loveliest flowers Mourn nearest to the jrrouud The weetet songsters of lh wood Itt lowly shades abound. It old not thy head too Uhfh, my friend, Though tWh In land and gold ; The throngs that on thy steps attend Speak not the thoughts they hold ; Their trite respect Is only paid Where worthiness they aee Tho?o deferential bows arc made Unto thy wealth, not.thce. Hold not thy head too high, my friend, Wbate'er thy station here; For brain wilt triumph In the end Where then will bo thy sphere? We envy not thy lordly tread, Jlor at thy lot repine Who could not hold erect a head That weighs so lig...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 16 November 1867

MINER. VOJ IV XX;EHC:!OTrJ. S7VrJ?tritIA.Y9 IVOVBMBEJl lO, 1807. jXO. SO. &3 iifninrrallc M'VIrr, ntiuioi ... ...r Infill"'""'' of CuiintliiitloiiHl ,'l h' ,!lt'l,lcr(lorr.-iy Rrrllon of Arizona. PUBLISHED SA1UHDAY MORNINGS, p ABSCOTT, -A.. T TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ... , C7 fsfl (Tittf mi . 1 -r trtnnllie ri a 'V CI;' ' " ' ' k"ivi '"villus, AOVERTIsIng'rATES: , n-c, ono time, 12.00; caeli additional f i additional half square and squsre, same ' ft'" :ui-nt measuring over one-half tquarc . -.;,t il ml i barged one future. I 1. count will lie mode to pontons eon--ame advertisement for three, six, or i l r business cards Inserted apen i' ! riu--. 7' W Xotet taken at far in payment far , , (uhcrtiung artdjho tmrk. Term", Invarlalilj In iitlvaiiec. s ;.TiV, UBNM. II. WF.AVP.lt, 1 , -in m anil Proprietors. AGENTS POR THE MINER. . ; r-.'iii rt authorized lo rccolvt r,r: 1 1 1 1 : iod nnd advertising: r A 11 People. V.'aluiit G:ove, ( -u' - i-nil Vallcv, J. II. Mathews. J I lviu Agui F...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 16 November 1867

a. a ri n . . 1! 1. ... .1.... - ll I n f mun-iii iii-iiii.u u-itc rcllcncVi lliclmrd 0. Mcl'urmtrW, THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. ICSTAHIilSJtKD lftO-l J. It. MAIUON. . .KMTOR. PRESCOTT, SATL'KDAY MOUSING, NOVUM 11KK 10, 1?T. To ConniwrosnasT Correspondcnc upon nil subject of a puMIe nntnrr, which limy be of In terest to our readers will at nil times, when fur ntftheO, be jmbliihcj in the MlNKii, ut we wish It distinctly understood that sc will not be -countable with our life, our property, etc., for their contents We ctim tI to have onr hands full In 'ttllng our own troubles, and being too poor to otiratff i rlif litiriic editor, Intend to fix ii our own business with "jaw-lmiie." Arrival of Railroad Men. General Palmer,- Treasurer of tlio Union Pacific Itaihvay, Eastern Division, .Major Cal houn, correspondent of Forney's Philadelphia Vm, Mr. Parry, Geologist, our old friend Colonel Willis, Mr. Savcdra, who arompauied "Whipple, Bcnle and I.eroux, when these ex plorers traveled t...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 16 November 1867

V M'dtMSG. NOVUMHHIt 10, 1867. Local Intelligence. . . nr Indian. On Mondny evening I ltt ('.interse ami three enlisted men ,j i4th Infantry were on thi'lr way from c. i ,! uii tin' Hio Vunle to Rowers' -.' ? . ... ....I ...l. .l.l.t.. . An Ik Jin- If i 1 1 . i 1 I ,n A -.MID I I in, nun mini wjuiiii nuuiii r tVir detlnat!on, they were fired ,,j utv of Indians who were lying In ' tn' li""' ' f n narrow, brushy cunon, I l'enan' and nil three of his men were , w iii l- l. Two of the animals were .I'l'-l tint. nftr arriving at tln .il t i he killed In order to put the ..it uf misery; another was also I I1,- L,.'utennt was shot In theahoul- .r- thf head of which remain In c w -hradsitre dangerous things to 1 in a man, and we hope Dr. Mid 1 ,.t!" to extract It We hale these r li -o bad that it would grieve us to ., iad '.' l t alone a gentlemanly and i T i) of the soldiers received had , l.i. itnanl flretl three shoU at the 1 v.l- and thinks he killed one of f Tin iarty saw about eight I...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 16 November 1867

Qxmm Mine v. San FH.lMruro A'ikm r Mr. Tli"iuv ocr I the only nthorl. 'l njrciit for tin- Minku in Sum i Kr-ancleco. All order led at hi ofHc-c, tiurthenM corner of WmhlnifU'ii and Montgomery tm-t, ' (op rtatrs,) will le promptly attended to. Newspapers. Orgu that fcnllemcn play, my boy, To MMWcr the ttc of the day, 1ST boy ; Whatever It be, They hit on the key, Am pipe In foil rooeert away, my boy. News from all countrict and clbaca iy boy, Adftrtiaettenia, essays and rhymaa, my boy, Mixed up with all sorts Of (f)l lug report, Awl published at regular '.lines, my boy. Article able and wbe, toy boy, At least In the editor' eye, my boy, And logic so grand That few niideraiand To vrktt In the world It appUas, my boy. i reflection, review, my boy. likttt scrap to instruct and ajsose, my boy, And iongtiiy ttcoate t'pon matter of State, Tor wtae-beaded folk to pernso, my boy. TIM Ihnda as they were and they are, my boy, Tin bjhIpMp and quirks of the bar, my boy, And every week A clever c...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1867

MiKSCOTT, SyV.aTJXi.IJ'.Y, OVailMliiJilE fc 1SG7. TS"0. iil. 3 A urniocrntlc cm .paper, uevotr.i to low word which, I think may properly ,lcnt? mo lami oi tiio country in the sue- i even if they should, is tbe nerewity of anoth Inciiicaii"" - cuino under the above Iicaditi" 7 K so I iuvuhi, war. man er line to tne J'aclllc In anv ilwrw le"enl ? 0f(l0vrr,....t,...inc...tv,,cr.,,c,,tr ,a ik ' ' , , tbe fuel that in .July 1W at a period of.Xotatnll. IMorc either' roau1 coul.l be fln- ir ,erc.u of every .cetln.. of Arlio,,,,. " " i ,n llM that I Kroftt reverses to our army the Pacific Hail- Uhed loty tf.U U indent fc, carry the trmh - - U,,,,K u,orc is greatly road Act wan passed, pledging the Govern- j tho country, and swond tracks will be rc- PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, waxtkda movoit oiwnn. ' monl to asabit to the exlcntof about one quired to be Ih-uh on each. Again, the at Nightly, the streets and surroundine of : ,,.n,f its cost in the construction of this con- northern" line will...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1867

ri.l C C. I 3 C M I 11 n I If J' L J! THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. KsTAHiiisnini? iso't.. J. II. JIAWO.V KWTOH. PBESCOT T, SATURDAY MORNI.VO, NOVEMBHR, 1S0T. To CiKnr.roNnnNTs. Correspondence upon all subjects of a public nature, which may beol In terwt to our rvtier will at all times, when fur nished, J' puMiMied in the Minki:, tut we wish it dUt'nu tl uudt-rstood that we will not bo ac countable with our life, our property, etc., for their content. We expert to have our hands full In tettlinif our own troubles, and being too poor to ensjaee a Heliiinc editor. Intend to fix up our own business with "jaw-bone." Glorious Telegraphic News. The Los Aiigclcj AVim, of November Sth, a copy of which we received by Wednesday's mail, contains the following, which, if true, and we have every reason to believe it is, is indosd glorious news for the white race. It says: K. Cohn it Co. received a telegraphic dispatch, yesterday evening, dated Nov. Ctht stating thnt New York, New Jersey, and Ma...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1867

vTl.,nH)ltm6TNbVBMHKIt 83, I8C7. Local Intelligence. JkUMXo a Tiikatm:.- Tlio soldiers nt Camp Lincoln, liio Verde, nro engaged la building a theatre. Tho boys ore nearly all Yorkers, mid arc Iimvv on tlio " boards.'' They are bound to have some nmtnement to while nway the tedious hours of tho long winter nights, imd wo think tlu-v show good taste in their selection. It Is niu'li hotter than the sort ofumus'Tiiont Indulged In bv n great many of the Fort Whipple boys. f.. pelting drunk, shooting one nnother, and ticking nigl't hideous with their ravage yells. Vi.-itkii Tin: Minks. - Dr. Tarry and Major Cul lioiin.or the Itallroad surveying party, uccoinpa nii 1 bv the (Jovernor and dome citizens of Pres ent, niade a trip, on Monday last, to the Hnssa ystnpa Mining District, looked at the "ChaeM ami other lode, and returned to town well ph-a-ed with their trip nnd the mines. .Mr. Bar nard rciucsts us to stale that Dr. Parry and M.ijit t'alliouti arc nnxlons to get specimens of rr.. to...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1867

MiWKSw3BHBBssrlBWWBMPMHWBPlBBBsHHBiM 4vTXiM9VH!MRiRiviM fci CVi1V V i r 11 11 II ?si'a. IT If V ' rV HrtVlIU S h v 1 Sis rnANci'o Sr.r.svx. Mr. ThomM Hovc li Die only authorised nifi-w tor the .Minsk in San Francisco. All orders left at Ills otflce, uurlheiut eorucr of Wnliinuton and Montgomery streets, (up Ulrs,) will be promptly attended to. How the Raven. Became Black. A LKSSON TO TALR-BEAHEM'. There's a clever classic etory, Sacli as ports used (o write. (You nmy flud the ule In Ovid) That the Haven once was white. Whits as yonder Swan a-MillIng At this moment on the moat, Till Ibe bird for mlsl ehavlor, Lost, one day, UN snowy coat, " KsTcn-whlic" was once the saytiif , Till an accident, alack f Spotted Its meaning, and thereafter. It was changed to " Raven bUek." Shall 1 tell you how it hnpiKincU That the change was brought about! LUt the story of Corouh", And joull tlud the secret out, Touns Coronln, fairest nrsldsn Of Tuessalla't girlish train, Whom Apollo lured and courted,...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 November 1867

1111Z&C:rFT9 SiyVTmfcJiXeVY', )V3J3IHJ0H :JO, 1WQ7. A nrmirnille , ri iu irr, ilcsuliil tin: ,ntllrtloii ii f Coiilliitloiinl l'rliicliilc. of (!o-riimriil, (t ml the ml vitiici'inrnt of tht IntrrnU nT rvrry m et Ion or At Itoiin. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT TBESCOTT, -A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tOi e cot'T. 0'"' JC"1-! 7 M c0I''i ' month, " fl.OO. One copy, three tnotitlis, i'i.W. ADVERTISING RATES: Half square, on0 llmo f-00! oach additional " Oni sjuaft ""c t,,nci W.OO; each additional liir.' T-'-'W rJi Additional half square ami square, mno lerticinrnts measuring over one-half square 1 he connt d (tint cliartted one squnre. V i.i ml ih'coiiiit wilt lie Iliad to persons eon inning tlic rime advertisement for three, six, or t n months. I'r if .Muual or business earu Inserted anon rram ru'lc terms. 7a' TrHtr Xotei taken at par in jtojmtnt for luii. r jition, adecrtiting andel teorlt. Trrin, Invitrlulil)- In utlvuncc. JOHN H M UDON, 11RXJ. 11. WKAVKR, PuMlrhcrs and Propri...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 November 1867

i "A Backward Movomontof the Whites." ,-j!V5V IT AH If M m lomTBT jmtuMi tin an mi miuiianraj a moderately cluap nnl Mire pi.-ci- to nom ouriicli auriferous ores, thousands of people will ruh to this flection. AViih all IU drawbacks, the fortiori of Ari zona north of the Oik i to hy " hc,id of southern Arizona. We raise more corn, wneai .S. Under the above caption, the Sacramento riVyJ 1 t"'"t r the Cth inst., ha nn able artule, in which tne euitor gives a snort History oi advance of civilization in our country, nnd J the f.ito of the once large mid mverful trilic j Rnij ygptuidog than tliey do. We produce I oi imiinns mai rcsisicti wic eiicroncnnieui tu ; lnore ;n 0iic week than mey u m the whites upon their hunting grounds, step ' inoluMi) Bmj )mo t,.n white fumiltfs to their zzltz -r: by -tcp, sometimes with grant alor, and at ! oflC on one thing, however, we must knock THE OFFICIAL PAPER. OF ARIZONA, all time with energy, hatred and vindictive-1 Mn jot. ,0 tmJ ,,lllcftl PUMC sou...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 November 1867

xmn $m. i hi w Moiixisn. Nov. no, iftc;. Local Intelligence. v. ... r..t iit IIih-hi' A.vti .1 nr.. itito1i It nn , i i.i lli' town ntul nn lionnr to Ihecoun , uiror to evil doors, anil nn nylum nml able hmne for our county officials, win I t,l hi week, and on Wediieday I nut ., tp'cd nml taken pnwesslon of by the v , : Yavapai, through Its Supervisor . ! litiK U two stories in bight, in length , , 2H feet. The walls nre built of .. i-lvc incite thick, weather-boarded i 1 on the inside. Thu ground Moor is of ..... On ihUflanr are three neat, but rather r . .in. Pr ofilccs. a hall which run the ; li i f the building, between the back of r j.mih ami the front of four colls for the nc t ,, t ( f vicious ami objtrnpuloiis cm 1 t ellfl are fixed up as follow : the 'i ; rri the floor tire the full length of .Kid the partition walls, ! of i.. .ni-eil into the floor log. The floor , ..li.' -!ory being also of logs, the pnr U sin1 !n like manner fastened Into it. r- .1 tli' -u crJls nre noth...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 November 1867

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