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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1875

Ue mm tn Arizona inventors for Dec. lOtb 1875 furnished the Miner by J. Mc. C. Perkins & Co., Pat ent solicitors 513 Seventh Street, Washing ton. D. C TV. (1 Pickett. Jr.. Yuma Depot, for King-Bolts forming universal joint with axe tad bolster. John J. Hill, Hayden's Ferry, submerged tide and current wheels. It is a fact worthy of notice, that with the exception ot bchuyler uoitax ana iinnni bal Hamlin, all the Vice-Presidents are dead "We have not a solitary ex-President living For Sale. A XEW DWELLING HOUSE. PLEASANTLY located. Apply w Juunt. jiuitAitu. Prescott. Dec 21, 1675. 3t. $20 Reward. LOST, In tbc vicinity or Fort Whipple, a "Discharge from the U. 8. Army, doted Dec. 9th, 1675. For its re covtry the above reward will b paiil. Apply to JOHN HANK, Fort Whipple, A.T. Proposals far Fresh Beef mid Mutton. JIHADQL'AUTKIW DEPT OF ARIZONA, Orncr. Chief commissary of Siokistksck, FltESCOTT, AltlZONA, December 15, 1875. SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, with n copy of rhls advert...

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. — 7 January 1876

r ' sir""" fiFol. Xm.-L-ifo. l. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1876. Established 1864. Tl" ga 2 I till r bb.t: UK imt TV" ' n ia 1 I rizona MINE. PUfclHED EVERY FRIDAY. ,BT. K TT T L B R. -Tna flntoatbeibr lb VTkeklt MlSKB was lssuedoa wwtn 9, JWfi4 1 tbli. ;u tweinn year, can nh truth. cLafai t be tb oldest, largest and best news tbscnpuon Rates 'H Copy, Onlfar S7.00 oiJSM.nthi - " ThfcMosiw- 2.50 latticing Rates. One inch fl! this type). Id column, $100 for in t wTtlon a:! jr mca lor each 'aamtlons.1 Insertion. ,--om above rates will be made to per IfcVyely by the -year, hnlf year or 'Wja- ntl fejf olitV' cards Inserted Upon reasona ble termi -T fnx TSy fot subscription, adrertislnjr ttauirrar it by sail, or otherwise, at r fttT&.r Xfal ri- W MWu partnpaymtntfortub .ArMrruVll otA . letters to 'T6 iK3E." Preieott, Arizona. BgSiy CARDS. Lttorney rnd tmimelor at Law. Cfflce at si sfdo Plata, Prescott. Public and Conveyancer, rmst ct 'WtjMogta' and Moatertma Btreat,...

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. — 7 January 1876

t-'S, 1 - ft 3& it L iiril.J IT PT T. .T. Butlwr, Editor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1876. All acconnfjt far adrcrlinna and nth girription nhich became de on or Wore the first day of RArwry, and all bill for legal adccr- ftliments which appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payable to John H. Marion. All account accruing tince that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the preent proprietor. VOLUME THIRTEEN. With this numlxsr of the Miner begins the thirteenth volume of the paper, though the 12th year of its existence will not bate expired until March, the first number having been issued on the 9 lb of that month in loo4 at old Fort Whipple in Chino Valley. We are not sufficicientiy familiar with all the -scenes through which It has passed and taken a leading part in all these yenrs to do justire to Its history, but many of its readers can re call many of the events which it has faith fully chronicled, and will do it the justice to say that it has acted no unimportant part in s the g...

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. — 7 January 1876

J -an w rs f: .SI I 1 5 4 i mm m whm gt mm, t-''frf Mini lil mmt. 171 S! uiifm m If I S 'I ocal Intelligence. Church Notice. Special Notices in the readina ,;.. .; IIItTr CUNTS uerline twenty cent a ine for each tuotejuent insertion. : Suggestions TO the New Codncii The I rst Ordinance passed by the new Council should one 10 compel every occuuant of a bouse or t to keep It clear of rubbish and filth, both rat and rear. This is ntffcssarr ag' a sanitary ensure as well ns precautionary as aaiust fire, a tue expense to each would be but a trine. The next one should make it the dutv of the Marshal to organlza a chain-pan;? and compel JolTenders to earn their board by work upon the. Ureets in stead of feeding them at Couuty or Villa-c expense and reaping no equivalent In return. This is necessary because there is a class who seek to get iu jail to avoid working foe-; their prub. The next thini; necessary would be to devise means to get rid of two or three hun dred of the worthless dogs t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 January 1876

PPiESCOTT. SPEIAL NOTICES. SAW-MILLS. LEGAL MEDICAL i 1 4 r The Maryaville and San Juan stage Los I been robbed twice within a week. "Courtship is bliss,'' 6aid an ardent younc: i e Emm. " ie, and matrimony is blister," liz.arled an old bachelor. The talk of enntcstine the seat of Hon. S. :B. Elkins, Delegate in New Mexico, has ended in talk. ,.s lne artesian well borers are buy at work t"ereryday, making gradual procrrM. Yes-j tcrdaywe understood the well was sbouti at forty-five feet deep. An occasional rock has jkbecn encountered. Citizen, Dec. 23th. 2 Kx-Senator Jas. W. Nye, of Navada, who f jj as been tor some tune an inmate of ban- rrfriefl TT-tll. ft nrivnfla flcvltttn frir lit Inauna ; in Fluihing, has so far recovered his facul- t ties as to be returned to the care of his re- ' nations, and is at present at the house of one Y of his daughters in New 1 ork. t t Road Notice. Oa the second Monday in January ( 101b) work will be connaroriKl on tbe road leading from Walnut Grove...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 January 1876

jti 111 IX vol. xm. No. 2. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1S76. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY, R " The first nnraVer of the VF.EKLY .MIXER ttm Issued on iroh 9. an in this, its twelfth year, It caa, with truth. cUira to b th. oldest, largest and bst news paper In tU Territory. Subscription Rates Jnt Copy, On Tear. S7.00 Six Months 4.00 Three Mimtbi s : ".50 Advertising Rates. One Inrh (12 lines of lh type), lu column. 3.00 for first insertion and 1.50 per lucli for each additional Insertion. X liberal discount from above rates will be mad to per aoasrho sdvertUe largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and butintss cards iosortU upo reasona ble terms. Persons sending us meney for subscription, adrertislnc w job work, may forward It by aail, or otherwise, at their own risk. Ugal Ttndtr Xntet taUnat par in paymtnt for tub ttription, advertitiny and jab iwrk. jjpTEKM8. In advance intariably. Address all orders and letters to ...

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. — 14 January 1876

t tfarysi )bcd tj-rtsbi$ I ail olj. ralk a ins, I i tall "re e e fee court! riato i for II, a, o be und r "ghl I 'fond i on t' )itrtc oney. Cull lr?75. roi sfterj i Pr Dc herob tact, 'have t cat! era nil (l.( tit euri ated it dTer Id nut 1 frat. iras pi (if itl,f tn tt. -N7iJ' rSF.; motility corner, line b it. G O-E, 8 herer fact, C lave e ch tbij Jlinearj cHous Bi eet inf unty o the pli iw, tI inif nt . nes; t of i( lialns ( 330' Xi conwi een fH i Tow! laiaii A rack Howl ar, ca Trill l titers. lo b0 licejji 3uM rill aU T ropo. emeU ortna) jf in; thuufi I Is Hi iceC I pno' Jockt the I il rrq' Vriioc Injrtt W, 18 ibslrt reqf f JH 6 .via 7i tlon f "J, I tijor tatl Jell cof ihii orwi 11 off trw- ionr rdl i th 1 rtlfia, (11 K- At orti hal that eA li rrrtU any l i lsrib aada 1. . V35S J; 'J?. J. 23 ut W, EUitor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 187G. All accnml for ndrtrtuina and sub- scriplion which became due on or before the first J ' day of February, and all bills fur If yd ailccr- tisemenls whic...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 January 1876

I Local Intelligence. Church. Notice. Services every Sunday, at 30:30, at the Methodist Epis copal Church, on Marina street, Prescott. Sunday school immediately after service. Kev. D. B. Wcicht, Pastor 8rECli.L Notices in the reading columns tcill be charged at the. rate of tiiii:tt cnNTS prr line for first insertion, and ticcnty cents a line) for each subsequent insertion. ' For the very best of watch and clock work po to BEitTELiNG, CookV Building, Prescott. Jan7y Capt. J. P. Hnrprave has been quite indisposed during the week, but nothing serious we hope. Hawthorne has heard of bis horse and mule by advertising them in the Mixkk. The Passenger Express ol Will D. Southworth still makes its regular trips between here and the Post. D. C. Thorne is building an addition, 21x40 feet, on the hack end of his saloon. Davis fc Newton have taken out the partition and thrown the "NuRgct" all into one room. The saddle-bags advertised last week belonged to a traveling jewler named Arnold, who g...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 January 1876

4& PItESCOTT. SPECIAL NOTICES. SAW-MULS. LEGAL. MEDICAL: vwt. I St Peter and the Pull-Back. From tbe Nex York Graphic we learn thatthe rail-Back bas had some trouble with St. F:tcr. and tbU is the way it Is told : A little Fullback sought one daj The ftes ol Paradise; St. Peter wiped his cpectaclct And rubbed his ancient ejes. And throngs of female angels came With enrions gaze the while. Intent, as ladles always are. To ee the latest style. 5 The Saint put on his glasses then An observation took ; "What! What The said; "this traverses The laws of 'mustn't look.' " Tied back iu front ! Piled up behind t 'Twill never do, I fear ! . The thing is too ridiculous You cannot enter here." What did she do? My curious frtend, She got behind a tree ; And in a Jlfley she was dressed As angels ought to be. SU Peter kissed her then, and said : "Pass in my little deir ; But mind, you mustn't introduce 8ucli naughty fashions here." The San Francisco Christian Advocate, the orsran of the M. Jb....

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. — 21 January 1876

mom ma -1 I Vol. XIII. No. 3. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1876. Established 1864. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY MtlDAY, T. J. BtTTLER. Th first oraber of the WEEKLY IClXStt waidon lawh 9. 1861. In this, iu twmu year, it can, ... .i. -i.i t. ha the oldest. larr.it mnd bttX prli tb Territory. Subscription Rates 5nCopy,OoT4r. Six Mouth " Thre Month. 4KCvf S7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. One Inr h f 12 Vine of thli type). 1b column. $3.00 tar fint vncrtios 4d f 10 por loea lor eaen aaaiuonai tneruo fcV. l JIiMiint fn.M sltflTff nt.i will b. made to VCT' on (Who BTrtUe largely by the jw, half yew or quarter. Profrwloiia'l aad blott card inrte apon reaana W1 ttrnu. Penoni ndinir m rn.iwy for nbcrlption. adTtrtUIn or job work, may lorwara i uj sail, or Lal Ttndir Xotet taken at par in payment for tub- ttrtplton, aartrimnj anujoo J3T Terms. fn atjcanc ftreariaMy. Address all order and letter to "THE HIHEE.,,Prett, Arton. BUSINESS CARDS, J. P. HARGRAVE, Attorney...

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. — 21 January 1876

w 1 T. .T. Butler, JSditor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1876. All acannU for ailtcrlixinq and sub scrijtttoh nliich Itecame dite on 'or before the fint day of February, and all bills for legal adver tisements which appeared in the Miner prior to thai dale are payaJtle to John II. Marion. All acconnts accrning fdnce that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. PUT NOT ! YOUR TRUST IN CHIEFS NOR PRINCES. San Carlos Indian cry, eta, etc. Affairs Indian Treach- Agent Clum, of tbe San Carlos Agency, writes to tbe Citizen a long letter detailing tbe circumstances of an attempt by an In dian chief (Dis-a-lin) to commit deliberate murder on the person of one of Mr. Clum's clerks, who, so far as appears from the nar ration, bad not injured or even insulted the treacherous savaee in anv manner. Mr. LIum a had abruptly ordered him, a minute before, to leavo his room and go into the office. but Mr. S-vecny, tbe clerk, docs not appear to have said a word, and the chief evidently intend...

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. — 21 January 1876

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Services eTery Sunday, at J(h30, at the Methodist Epts conal Church, on Marina street. Pretcott. Sunday school immediately atter service. Rev. D. B. Weight, Pastor Special Notices in the reading columns tetil be charged at the rate of Tnnrrr cunts per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each subsequent insertion. For tbe very best of watcb nnd clock work go to Berteliso, Cook's Bulldinjr, Prescott. Jan7y It commenced 6nowIng this morning at day light and Is mill at iU J. M. Stewart, Supt. C. and A. Sta-c Co., Is In town. ' Ckocde.d Out. The proceedings of the Board of Supervisors, and Mayor Kendall's Inaugural address we are unavoidably compelled to lay over until next week. The choicest line of tobacco in the fity, at L. Bashford fc Co.'s. A. L. Jloellcr Is building another bouse be tween Asber & Co. and Rubles & Drew's (tore. L. A. Bcretllng is to occupy part of it as a jeweler shop. Ben Baker, of llayward & Baker's ...

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. — 21 January 1876

-met. A Tired Woman's Last Words. BT MISS ELIZA O. TXI8E. Here lies an old woman who always was tired, For she lived la a Louse where help wasn't hired. Her last words on earth were, "Dear friends, I am golnj; Where sweeping ain't done, nor churning, nor sewing; And everything there will be just to my wishei, For where they don't cat lhere'6 no washing of dishes. I'll be where the loud anthems will always tie ringing; But, having no voice, I'll get rid of the slngin.j. Don't mourn lor me now, and don't mourn for mc never, For I'm going to do nothing forever and ever." Mohave City, A. T.,Jan. lit., 187C. Mr. W. S. Williams, of Illinois, announ ces that "his wife, Ann Eliza, having left his bed and board without cause, he will not be responsible for any debts she may contract." Ann Eliza. Ann Eliza, Onee I loTed bat now despise hsr, And aj I no looker prize hir, I will co and advertise her. For, although Pm not a mlier, I won't pay pay for what she buys her. STAGE LINES. ARIZONA AND N...

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. — 28 January 1876

-a-.svi. v fa: met vol. xin. No. . PEESCOTT, ARIZOXA, FRIDAY EVENING, JAN U Alt Y 28, 1S7G. Established 1S4. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVl-.BV FKIDAV, ' BT ..T- J-' S 'XT T L E The first number of the WKKKLV MlXKK was isineilun ulnrcfa 'J.' lfM. il In thi. in twelfth year, it can, with truth, claim to lie the oiliest, larjrwt nl bet nows ifapsrla th Territory. Sabscription'RatcSj Jne Copy, On Yar ...S7.00 six Jlonthn ....;....-....'........' 4,00 " Three Mouths '2,50 dingle Cole -- 25 - . Advertising Rates. Ooeiofii (12 lines of this yr). in column. $3.00 for drat insertion and $1-30 per inch fur each additional Insertion. A liberal ilisoount fpm above rates' will be made to per sons who advertise Urjrely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending ns money foi subscription, advertising -or Job work, may forward' It by -3:aSl, or otherwise, at tbir own riOc. , Ltgal Tender TCoU tacnat par in pajmtnt for sul x...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 28 January 1876

J. i. 3SSEX. iWHJTE tjliJseMMtj saaaxirr -.tin; xesilsHK tnwawss S-s&SKi k Erases,, -Ikaar -tt" fiw irrserr-yirrxf atm&trsMfii. H-Sltiiri iiH-rrnrtr; suffice. fflsasmannriasK jcrr osrai-.SKsaical 1 inrencsifcirTiM: Iky b2s&. -a xr ssrr xs vta: jsmr tmacr.; XixfeHiiif Jtr- rprvn?i is-nC i HruiiBHt ' . ... . - j raib&Ngn d&ra aeuiwac tr vBsais!3m&t.K Srfe aem 2te 23 esHs sanaam wsr.rr ,aa2icKm.ef ' V"' " " SlUJ1U5.,i. JWt OSH- WJT 3fiCS3, T rrrMMT -w-r r ,..-.g.n m,- ' -n-.-j5. . , anfc -jmnrass, izrsz ixnwr '3 "3 XJSr. U'?nzpn?rx2e:- Uvixr: irn teteHC MOMif Jb"23 32BBr,'JL 3isc ian Baas sr ,e3T. T-2 3iacr " tlwutkii .Tofa eewuCi irf.jjji6iMic:-ji&sUauii -ibe -autame - rf . . . 7 smi -wrrrUJt KHsrr iraj-ir 31 -saw Hiaraajr- . . , - - " aaflb unit TsMaaifctur aaeaassidgi at ;eiwfe. le-atm lam swestr cSaiafc- 3 ' Jfc. fc TiiErm fat m at iitiii and aid refcv" t Jwju 4x iae if Titans -iitswsUi sac r - jbsUti- J10 Sfiiic CaUlMrixia iHorts. MOVIES THWJiSJL K.ti4i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 28 January 1876

Local Intelligence. 8c7eral of Miller Bro.'e trams came In this roornlnjj from Enrenberg with goods lor various merchants, and a 2,700 pound safe for the A. and N. M. Express Co. Rumor eays Morris Lindsay got married last night to a Miss Uuderhlll. For the very btst of watch and clock work go to Bektemng, Cook's Building, Prcscott. Jan7y Our new type should he at Ehrenbcrg, thongh we have not heard from It, and until It arrircs here wc shall be unable to respond to an)' more calls for babbit metal, which is quite an annoy ance to us as well as inconvenience to those who need it in their business. Sale op Cattle. Ed. F. Bowers and Ed. W. "Wells have sold their band of cattle, running at Date Creek, estimated at about five hundred head big little, old and yonng, as they run band and brand, to John 8. Chism, for about .$7,300. The cattle are delivered and money prtld. Choice dried grape?, apples, pears and peaches and canned and strained koney, at L. Bashford & Co.'s. Returned. Col...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 28 January 1876

MARICOPA COUNTY. 'j BUSINESS DIRECTORY. SPECLiL NOTICES. SAAV-MULS. MEDICII. "No ballots, no babies?.' was the motto oc a tranipareocy at a late woman's rights meet ins out West." A man- never h-oks as helpless and insigni ficant M when standing around in a di j goods store waiting for his wife to get through, trading. ' . The calls of the Panama steamships al. JSan Diego and San Pedro have been suction .led by 'order of the officers of the company. -- Mr. James R.H.KY has completed his con tract' for excavating, making road and dig. gin? reservoir etc., for the penitentiary. .Sentinel Jan. 15. On Dec. 31st the Territorial Prison Com. missionere let to L. A. Smith the contract fir excavating for an office and prison t AU, and , ,Uo erecting blacksmith shop eLo-1, etc. Sentinel Jan. 15th. The following nominations arc submitted forpromotion by brevet, for engagements auil campaigns against Indians : , f brevet Lieut. Col. ('. E. C'ompton, Sixth Cavalry, to be Colonel ; Urevet Majors ...

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. — 4 February 1876

' "" Vol. XIH.-rXo.! 5. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 187G. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. ' " PUBLISHED EVERY riUD AY, ....1JT 7. J. BUTLEE., The flrnt number of the YY'EEKLY MlXKR was Uiued on .larch 8, lrW4. and In thU. iti twelfth year, it can, wltU truth. cUim t be tlie oldrtt. 1 argot and bet I ion paper In the Territory. Subscription Rates jn Opr. ne v"ar 57.00 - - six.Muntii..., t 4C00 " Three Months 2.50 Hn(fIe Copies 25 Advertising 'Rates.1 Oneinn'3 (1 line of this ty). la colurna, 33.00 far first inieriion t.nl SI . 50 per Inch for each' "additional insertion. A liberal dineuuut from. borrrate will ba'made-to per unnswhq advertise 'largely by" the year, half yeir or quarter. j. Professional and business cards Interred upon rrasuna bla terms. , Persons iendin ns money fi subscription, dvrtlinc or Job wort, may forward it hr audi, or otherwise, at th9ir own tk. tlAffal'Ttndtr Xaltt tath at )iar.'iu payment' for uh toriplion, advertising and joliwerk T...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 February 1876

mt van. J. Butler. Editoj FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1876. Extracts fx cm Agent Report Clam's Annnal The appointment of II. L. Waldo as Chief Justice of tbe Supreme Coart of New- 3Iex Ico bac been confirmed. "Senator Sargent, of California," says the Y. Herald, "has pat forward a resolution of ir.Quirv into the nuhlie affairs of th Pa cific railroad., which looks very much as if lhn ,bese San Carlus Apacb it was a mistake to ay that he was a Sena torial attorney of the" Central Pacific Delegate Elkins, of Xew Mexico, has in troduced a bill in Congress for the admis sion of New Mexico into the Union as a State, and Delegate Bennett, of Idaho, a resolution to allow citizens of Territories to Tote for Preident, etc. Lieut. P. Reed is pushing the construction of the telegraph and filling op the remaining gap rapidly. So that in a very short time there will be an independent competing line across the Continent through Arizona. The line between Santa Fe and Los Lunas was expected to be done by t...

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. — 4 February 1876

Local intelligence. Church Notice. . ' -Srric every Bandar, at 1030. at the Methodist Eris copal Church, on Marina street, lrescott. Sunday (cbool tauiediateljr after terrice. Rev. D. U. Wkiout, Pastor 8nci.lL Notices m Me reading columns will be charged at the rate of THiitTr cents per line jorjirti imeriioii, ana iteeniy cents a unejor eacn subsequent insertion. For the verjr beet of watch and clock work ro to Berteliso, Cook's Building, Prescott. Jan7y Some one has erected a large frame bnlldlng on Cortez ftrect, opi-celte Office Row; we understnnd it is to be a lodlnj-bouxe. James Howcj'e two story brick building is up and prcient quite an Imposing appearance at tbe.corDer of Cortc2 and Goodwin St., but Ij not j-et roofed. The work Is delayed we understand for the want of seasoned lumber. Major C. H. Veil has laid the people of Prcf cott under special obligations for providing the market with a supply of those dcltcions hams tnd bacon which he manufactures on Salt River. John Ry...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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