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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 22 January 1870

Advertisement by an Impecunious Typo. Tho Rainy Day. Tlio day U col J, mid dark and dreary; It rains nrnl tho wind h never weary j The vino Mill cllnsn to tlic mouldering wait, Hut nt every gtut tlie dead leaves fall, And tliu day la cold, and dark and dreary. My life Is cold, and dark and dreary: It rains, and tho wind Is neter wwry; Mv thoughts still cling to the mouldering pant, Dut the hopes of youth fall thick In thu bhut, And tho days arc cold, and dark and dreary. Ho still, sad heart, and cease repining; llchlnd tho clouds tho sun's still shining, Thy fato Is the common fato of all, Into each Ufa somo ruin must fait, Some days be dark and dreary. 11. 11'. Ungfeiloxc. Kothing More ! (ISLES. IT BE A MOHAL.) The ass stood by the stable door The sweepings of the stable floor Some i cunt led, musty, broken straw He munched, nnd munched, and nothing more. Yon politician struts the tloor, His speech Is gemmed with pot-house lore, His goose essays the eagle's soar; Words, only words,...

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. — 29 January 1870

K THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VII. PJIKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY 3I0KNING, JANUARY 29, 1870. NUMBER 5. THE ARIZONA MLNEK. ri'BLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PBEsnHT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. s in ifo rittion": fine Copy, One Year $ 7 22 .I-"' Six Month. 00 Three Months, 2 50 glKleCopl Piper will l 1,0 cnt micas lw'1 '"r ,n Tnr.ndwlll'nMritSfy bo dlscontlnuod lit the J of the lime paid for. AT5VjnttYISI2TO: On. square, one time, $.1.00; each additional tirar, II.M. Each additional square, Mine rate. . liberal discount will be made to persons con tin. Ins the imc advertisement for three, six, or trtf months. ITofrMlonal or business cards Inserted upou reason ihle trrms. Job Printing. Tn ui.rti nfllm la well supplied with Presses, lii,n F.tnc v and Ornamental Type, and the pro. wlctor U determined to execute all work with h he may bo tavored In tho neatest and best .m,- nf (he art. Work irT be ordered from any part of tho T.riiorv, and, when accoropntl with the cash, it "illb-j pro...

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. — 29 January 1870

JRrostJolti Arizona MVn SATURDAY MOUNINfJ, JANTARY29. 1R70. LETTER FROM CAM McDOWELL. An Army Surgeon Shoots nn Indlnu Chief Tbe Indiana Rotallato by Stealing -Stock Prom Citizens. Sim Priinrl.ro A cr ttry. Tlimnn TtOTCE l th anthoriwd nertit fct the MtVMi In San rrotHwn. OMrn Ifft lit lil offir'l Xp (i-floi'l 6"t). Me rrlmnt't Exrhfinrr. CnllffniV ltrt, twlow JIirotiiTj will to promptly Ik !'. rwiir.lt. rnnitM SO and St, Mrtbit' r.xrhanr. rallWnla ttrwt. Kali KmnoUwo, li nuthorizml to net M ifrnl for the MIXER. t . Rlnrlo oopic of the IflNCi: con be Jtuchiufd at Die Itftt!lfJ. t Mining News. Summary of News. The England gtllch continues to pay well. SJjjldajlasr, we liad tbe pleasure of examin ing a s,mall lot of dust from it. The Ipt was of. cparfo -pieces The largest picco taken out of.tbis gnlch weighed just fitly dollar. 9Thotwerity or twenty-five men at work on lowcr Eyhx creek arc making small wages, with, rockery Some of those nt work in tho creek. near the old Mexican ramp,...

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. — 29 January 1870

Local Ijiiclliguiice. l'mscorr, January 29, 1870. T. V. liuooKS and Win. Corlislo took leavo of thoU1 numerous friends yesterday morning, nnd ,t t out for Georgia. At Wlckcnbtirg, they ex pt. ted to bejoim-d by It. P. I). Brooks, "Uncle" John Uoblnson, 11. 1). Cnsenbary, Geo. K. Free man uud one or two others, who ore also bound M.'ward. Most, and perhaps all, of those gen tlemen intend to cooiq back, and wit hope they will d j fo. fir better or moro energetic citizens nevir HtciI in any conntry. ; f . By nut having a good wagon-road to Walnut drove the business men of this town looe con t.derbl" trade, and as eUcti a road can bo mndd I0r n-' or two thousand dollars, we hope olTorU wi.l he txU (qrtb .to rWu thai itiro.1 11 tradu of the Oruvo Is worth reaching out for. Ilealdes tac mineral country to-tho south und spulh vrV, 1 now being explored and may "jump Into rkrt" rigbt'Spell!'Ttf(rtrfltrffiHcy fdftMs lirta to pursue is to help, outsldii settlements tu tvuii"-t thm&vesfalth...

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. — 29 January 1870

r.i ! Tho Evening Hearthstone. taladly now we fratbcrcd round It, For the, tolling day la done. And tho gray nnd solemn twlllsbt Follows down the golden sun ; Shadows lengthen on the pavement, Stalk like clauts through tho gloom, Wander Ywt the dusky casement, Creep around the fl re-lit room. Draw tbo curtains! cIo?e the shutterst Place tho slippers by tho lire I , Though tho rude wind loudly mutters, What cure we tor wlnd-sprltc's lr8l What care wo for outward seeming? Flekle Fortune's frown or smile.? If around us Lore Is beaming Lovr can tinman Ills begullo! 'Neath the cottage roof and tstlacn, fc ) From tho peasant to tho king, All are quailing from lire's chalice. Bubbles that enchantment bring. ,!' Grates are glowing music flowing From the Hps "sc lore the best: Oh. thejoy-the bliss tho knowing 1Ure arc hearu whereon to rest. Hearts that throb with eager gladness Hearts tbat echo to our own While grim Care and haunting Sadness sJWi Mingle ne'er In look or tone. TCarc may tread...

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. — 5 February 1870

HE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. volume VIL THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, FJtESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. sunsc rtip no-s": O09 Copy, Vno Year $ 7 00 " Six Month 4 00 " Three Months 2 50 Glsc Copies...... 25 P.pers will not be sent nnless paid for In nd- ntu. and wilt intariolly be discontinued at the tid efihe ttiuc paid for. AT) VK R XI S I G : One square, one time, $3.00; caoli additional time, tlO. Each additional square, name rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tlnnlnc the 6me advertisement for three, sir, or month. Professional or business cards inserted npon reasonable terms. Job DPi-inting-. The Mixer olllco Is well supplied with Presses, Pi!n, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor Is determined to execute all work with which he Miy bo favored In the neatest and best style of the art. Work may bo ordered from any part or the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, It wt'l be promptly executed and sent by mall, or u directe...

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. — 5 February 1870

-j -ff- i 'lT,.v-HOott, .ArlKotm Territory. SATURDAY MOUSING. FEBRUARY fi. 1870. fcitn Krnnrlarn Acriiry.-TllOMA llOYCKUthe utlHirfiril nrtht fur 'h" MlNKK In Sun Vranctra Onlm lft ntlit ortN Ko.:C(innil llcort. Mrirhiwt'i Kxrlianar. Cilfrqiln JrOTt,. Mo lontgflmefy, will U J'pmtly ItndrJ toT t P. VlSllKR. roomi OT noil 2!. Merchant'! rxchang. California ttrwt, Rb t'raactico, l ajthorlinl to met It agent fur tb MINK O. Rlnrle coplrt ot tht JtlXER can tx puKBAietl at the 1'uloOc. The Indians Again at Work. After a lengthy spell of inactivity, the In dians of this section have shaken off their torpor, and are now In the field, prepared to kill and 9tcal whenever thev can. They started work on the Erst instant, by attack ing two men Matthew Sax and a Sir. Pc terson. The men started from Prescott, Tuesday last, in a wagon, to go tJ Camp Toll-Gate. When between Lee's ranch and Williamson Valley, the Indians, who lay con cealed, opened fire upon Sax, who wo sit ting in the wagon, driving ...

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. — 5 February 1870

C1 Local Intelligence. I'iiescott, February fi, 1870. PTKicn Kxocati. Wednesday morning Inst, J met find convened with P. Morgan, who, wib others had JiMt returned from a short pros- Mr Mnriran Mm nariy visiieu uie AfaWt dome twenty mile eontb or Wol- ,t Grove, projected them and failed to find tr'-h rnjnjfb to pay. Indeed, ho Informed tiibs't no more than a' "Color" to the pan was i br lilmn-lf or any of hi companions. They -ft the e" who lI,covcr"tl 1,10 " dippings." w,h omc othfrs. In camp nt the "dipgings." ta.l trosed over the divide to the headwater of Ilnmbnf? Creek, followed down ill western fork ur'U reaching the plain, when they took the trail far Walnut Grove. In going down tho west f tk of H-imbng. Ihry tried the gravel, but it d. l not rsn 01,1 ,0 i"11 ,,,cm, Thc men ,t,ft ,,jr tbem near the Ilfadibaw. talked of crossing that mountain and prospecting tho stdo facing Black C;nton.witb tho hope of finding rich gulch n.J lo have been found, mrao time ago, by n pa, iy of Ob...

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. — 5 February 1870

cv. (33 Hindoo Legend. There i9 a beautiful and touching story told in the books of the Buddhists about the founder of tbelr religion a story that has a moral for people of all creeds and countries: Among the immediate followers of Budha was a young girl named Kosbagautatnl. She was a simple, artless creature, married to an Indian youth like herself; and the pair dwelt together in a woodland country near the city of the famous Oriental teacher. They had a little child, of which Kosbagautami was pas stonAteSy fond, as is the wont of Eastern mothers. But it happened that tho little one ickened and died, much to tho astonish ment of the young and ignorant parents, who had been brought up n a life so solitary that they knew nothing whatever noout acatu. The mother was especially grieved to find that her child looked so thin and pale, and felt so cold, although she pressed it constantly to bcr bosom, and tempted It with delicate food. She rocked it and shook it to make it peak once more ...

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. — 12 February 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YII. PUESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1870. NUMBER 7. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVEUT 8ATURDAY MORNING, IT PRESCOTT, TAVAPAI COUNTr, AMZONA. 8TTI1SC RTPTION': One Cepf, One Year....". J 00 i filx Month i " Three Months 3 50 Single CopW 23 Fspers will not be" sent unlc paid for In ad. vsnee. ud wltl UcarUbly bo dUconttnued at the ead of the time paid for. A.D VIC U.XI 8120: One one time, 3iW; each additional tlnSe, tt3o. Each additional quare, same rate. A liberal discount will w made to pcraona con tinuing the iarae adyertUement for throe, Ix,or twelve month. Profession! or bnilneaa card Inserted upon reasonable term. Job 3?rintinpr- Tne MmtR office It well supplied with Prose. Plain. Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor U determined to execute all work with Uleh he may be lavored In tbe neatest and beat strleoflheart. Work may be ordered from nny part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, H will be 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. — 12 February 1870

Ik Iter. aliM'HCottf yv.l-lv.onu IVrrlt r-MZA, . vy. 5?ATUIIDAY MORMING FEnttUATt Y 12. 1S70, Sum I'ritnrUrn Accncy. TllOMAt IIotce 1 tha aaikwrfwd nCTt tor tha MIXER Id San Traacinoo. Orim l-fttMolBco, Nu.DO(mtoii. Boor), MerchaofKxchanr, California ttirct, bolon Muntgvincry, will ba protpptly attfr&ttnl to. jOKSfi 31, Mrrehanti Eaehan?, Callfnral Urt, Paa FraacUco, U authorhnl to act u Cul ft tit MlKKtt. Atari emplaa of lh Mutt can b punaurd at th roatoSic. Gcvr.BAL Ord's Report. Major-General E. 0. 0, Ord Li accused of saying some naughty things of tho whito pcoplo of this Territory, in his recent report, but, not hav ing tho document on hand, wo forbear criti cism. If he has, from want of proper knowl .edge regarding matters here, made some false assertions, ho will no doubt correct them after coming here and learning that he has t been wrongly informed, lie is said to bo on his way here now. , Sherman Dat, Sunreyor-General of Call forma and Arizona, his, by tho advice of Go...

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. — 12 February 1870

(r-l I! Local Intelligence. Pnr-scoTT, February 12, 1870. 't Horac Another new'framo building U being creeled on tbe east nldo of tho plaza,- ad fining Judge Berry1 gun-smith shop. IJooTi, Snora. Erc.-Our worthy fellow-cltl-ua John Laugblla. whoso placo o( business U oa Granite street, Is In receipt of tho good re cently purchased by him In Son Francisco, and 1 telllnp boot, shoes, gaiters, etc., nt n small vlrance on cost and freight. HIug by trade ft bjotund siiou roakcr.'hd Ua'tleWhlmseir that bis it,ek lelectcd with greater care, and pur ebred at lower prices tbnmtny similar stock bere tof.jre brought to the Territory. Having, also, on hind a large stock of material, ho li prepared to msnufscturn tbe most fascinating bgots, shoes tn itiite", or tho clumsiest, stoutest " pros ptCtori." at short notice. Glvo John yourjpal ronsje. Arlzonlam. Ore Homk i'liVs tciAjr," by Dr. George M. Ursrd, 1 the bekt medical wofk.'la the English Ungiugc, and ' every Vamlly In this Territory ihouid ...

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. — 12 February 1870

"rat I i Al LA A J A Won'Debfcl Stobt. It U eitld thnt in the tombi of the Necropolis o( ancient Egypt, two ' kinds of mummies have be?n found. One is In complete that Is to say, all organs necessary for Hie hare been separated from them; the otner, on tho contrarv, U qulto complete. Having ob- sarrel this, a Swedish chemist, Dr. Grusselback. wbo has the reputation of being bow great anu learned, Professor of the University of Upsal, has come to the conclusion that kthe Ecrptlan mummies are not at all, as has been said and be lieved for some thnn'sTJ" of p"a'S balmed by any process of preservation woaie.er, but that they are really the bodie s of Individuals wnosc Itlo nas been momentarily suspenueu, with the Intention of restoring them at some fu- tare time, only tho secret of preservation ha now been lost. Meanwhile, Prof. Grusselback )0 ,adduoes many proofs In support of bis Ideas; among omen, au expenmeuia uunng uie ii ten years, which he says bare already proven successful. He ...

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. — 19 February 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YH. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1870. NUMBER 8. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNINO, AT PBE3COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. H UJl SCrUPTION' : One Copy, Ono Year 7 00 . . Six Months 4 00 . Thrco Months, 2 50 Single Copies, 25 Psptrs will not be sent unless paid for In ad- Tnc."nd will invariably be dUcontlnned at the ttdofthe time paid for. ADVICnilSIXG: One square, one time, $3.00; oich additional llmf, tlM. Ecn additional sqaare, me rite. K llberM discount will be made to person con tlnnlnc the same advertisement for three, fix, or twelte month. pfofelonal or business card Inserted upon reuouable terms. Job JPi'lntinf?. Tub Miskr ofllce Is well snpplled with Presses, Main, Fanev snd Ornamental Type, nnd the pro prietor Is determined to execute all work with which he may be larorcd In the neatest and best itjle of the art. work majr bo ordered from any pari oi me Ttrrltory, and, when accompanied with the cub, j I...

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. — 19 February 1870

tlriott, AriKiiim rirrttorjr. HATUItDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13. 1870. in Krnnrl4n Agency. THOMA1 novcc l the cthnriltd afTnt lVt MtHKR In Sm j'rnaclMm. Ordrr Irfl t hl o!Sc, No,;)(r-fmil floor), Merchant'! Kiehini , CnllfiirnU irert,lwlow Jluottomrrj-, trill b fromj'tljr - .,. .',r.. . U t. I'mirx, roomi SO Add 2f, Mrttbact'' Kichr., Ctliforni trrvt, San VraoriKo, 1 utliuTiJ"J t- t " ((( fur thr MIXKR. Rlnrl Wpiw of th Mm ca b porehwl at lk Tho Hoitile Bed Man and Hit Eecent Deviltries. The letter of our Camp McDowell corres pendent, which wo to-day print, brings to mind, mct painfully, scenes of runnier and robbery which , wo know have been commit ted in the southern section of our Territory, We havo become so accustomed to seeing, and hearing of, liko barbarities committed upon unoffending American citizens by theso monsters in human shape the devilish Apaches that we fear the view or recital thereof docs notjnake as deep an impression upon oar minds as formerly. This must not be: W...

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. — 19 February 1870

e3H Loral Intelligence. 1'Kcicorr, February 15, 1670. ZD3S Jicwox, wife and family, arrived bere MTenl dy frora Ca,lrorDla- So' a,V' dld Lovrlov anJ tolly. TbM ,w0 Bfollemen ire f aersatic, nieftil citlreus or tbti county, who cm hi-ro a year or mora ago, look a look at u ,ri, l!""1 ,L,!lr appearance, Kl 1)01,1 some u'uabie mining properly on Lower Lynx Creek, tat back to the Golden State, closed out bust 6t,i there, and arc now bere. determined to live ,Kd die In Arizona. Tlielr better halves are ex lWj.DRly well pleased wllu the country and one uj bone of saying tbat they prefer our ta L..l io ,u" parched valleys left bebind ita ib Calilo-nla. IJotb famillei have taken up t.f.r rrtidenw on Lower Ljnx Creek. ( With them came several single gentlemen, who projiOic making tbetr homes witb us. rnon Wit-NCT Gnorr.. Jobn Burger, George ;kJho3 and one or two other, arrived bere one Irtlti rrcek, from Walnut Grove. The only 6ri we Lave own 'able to gather from tbeui U 1! l crwp were doing...

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. — 19 February 1870

TW f itllfWr V W THE GOAT. fOno of our Prescott subscribers, who, wo doubt not, has. at sotno time in his life, been , , ' . . , , , , , I goaded to madness by ye playful and de- ntnirtlvn tnnt iPiwl tia thn fnllowlnif. With I - w D 1 Ol I an earnest request for its publication. It is from a late number of the San Francisco Uni- rersity Journal. Katurc, it seems, once took a fteak To make a vulgar kind of theen; To make It near a tbeep m could Br leaving out all traits that's good. She made It Juit about as tome ; She made the bead and horns the same; She made tbe letrs, and made the feet, And made tbe tall Juat like tbe sheep ; She made tbe rolcc. in sound and diction, Just like tbe sheen there's no distinction Then dropped the sheep while at this station And ceased all rurtber imitation, And finished up this vulgar creature Without one single comely feature; Then took her book and lu It wrote This animal we'll call a coat. For wool she gave it shaggy hair, Some parts she left enti...

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. — 26 February 1870

muffs " 1 " Hill IM I M THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MTNFR. VOLUME VII. JEHEJJBKOtfA MINER. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY MORNING, I'KESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA One Copy, One Year S700 " SIX Months 4 00 " Three Months,,, , 2 50 Rtnclc Conies ...... 25 l'aners will not be scut unless paid for In nc Tsnresnd 'will inrnrtahty bo discontinued at the end of tbc time paid lor. , One square one time, $3.00; each additional time, $1.50, Each additions! square, sarau rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con. tlmtlng Uie stmc advertisement for three, six, or tweivu months. Professional or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job Printing. The M ihkh office Is well supplied with Presses, Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Type, nnd tho pro. tirktor Is determined to execntc all work with which he may bo favored in the neatest nnd best style of the art. york may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, Hvlll be promptly executed and sent by mall, or Pc...

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. — 26 February 1870

4 I IW .1 mtx. Trfioott, jYrlvscmit M.Vrritorj". SATURDAY MORNING. KKIIRUARY 26. 1870. inn Krunrlatn Aqfnuy,-Thomas HotCK t th kHlhnrlied ajftnt fcr !h Misr.ti la 8nn Frnnrtc. Onlcn loft l hl ofllra, No. JO (coniI floor), 2Jrcbnl'i I'.ichanga, California itratt. Mow Montgomery, win b jronrty attodd Us. L. P. Fiaitr.1, roomt 'JO and SI, Maroaaat't Exchiinj, CMIbrnta atrra1, flan frandMo, it autbofiuh! toatai axal for tat MfitRK. flint;!, copies of Ute MI3KK caa ba puithawd at taa Flood "Walla "Walla, "Washington Terri tory, tamo near being trashed away by a re cent Hood. Edward 0. Foco, formerly of San Fran cisco, met his death in Sonora, Mexico, recently. ' A oknehal order of the War Department forbid tho two of coal oil' for tho illuminat ing of military post. Lard oil is to bo sub stituted. .Dutiful Son A spark from the telegraph informs us that the President has sent to the Senate the name of Jesse R. Grant as Post mstcr at Covington, Kentucky. Jesse It. ii the President's poor "...

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. — 26 February 1870

V -1 ' Locfcl Intelligence. - 1'r.MCOTT, February 20, 1870. ...Wednesday l"t, a pair of Lone to a butcher-wagon, took It luto their joii. ,wn " i Httlo violent ecn.v, "j - . tnr iowii. mt; Mw- l w w - . ...nit Hlllnlll Lclil.rl nP d a chance to atop their further progress, ' . ii . if l)mm unit nrnvpntlnir ... tmii mriu r? e If I' "I UU o v jwdliti mate from stumping their way any inter. Tim npshot or too atiair itm tna; ono ,11 of tbe wagon was nsed up, ana Me rest-.:) PSrtS f " ba(11," ',aken icsDitfT or Fcx The performance nt tliU . . ..rmiint on Tuesdav cventn? tail Cf 01 MJ. - ,u first rate. The building was well Oiled with .n,l rentlemen. Tuesday evening next, I a l.jocb, a good actor and mcritorloua man, liWCr0Wded with poople. Lynch, Detiitt and tl3 islssce if the company ore determined up j iotijthelr vc-ry best to please. fi-meit The owners of tbe Quartz Mountain Sii oill adopted tbe following scale of pncri ftr lumber: Good merchantable, at tbo s;' M0.0Opcr.M-; clear, SCO...

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