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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 December 1867

A I)em'rntlc - I "!' le.votcl (o Die .Inciilcntloii or Coimtltutloniil Principles ,0f (iovrrniiicnl, mill llic nil vmiirmt-iit of llir Inlcrct of every acctloii of Arizona. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBBSCOTT, O?.. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ore copy, oin- yrnr, $7.00 One copy, tlx months, (i'.W. Otic copy, three months, 3.50. ADVERTISING RATES: Half square, one lime, 62.00; each additional a"om?S'arc, one thltcrSrlfSatntTonTif time t2.W. I.ach additional half square nud squnre, same "Vlvcrtlsi ments measuring over one-lialf square jtiII be count' 1 mid charged one square. X nbcr.il discount will be made to persons con tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or tHtlv months. l'rofi -iionul or business enrds Inserted upon reasjnablc terms. Isic' Tender Xolei tatttn at par in paymtnt for sv&i rijitu it, adcertiiing andjoo work. Ternm, Invariably in iiilvnncc. JOHN- II MARIOX, UEXJ. II. WEAVER, Publishers and Proprietor. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRSCXOHY. 1 .. ' Jmlire WX. I'. TURXB...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 December 1867

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF AHIZONA. J. . MA1U0.W nnrroa. SATURDAY MOUSING, DKCCMMSK 7, t7. IIkadq,iirti:rs. It is sincerely hoped, by a large majority of the citizens of the Terri tory, that the commander of the District of Arizona, General T. L. Crittenden, will es tablish his headquarters at some convenient point near the centre of the country occupied by the hostile Indians. General Gregg has said that Fort Whipple is decidedly the best point in the Territory for headquarters and a general rendezvous for the troop engaged in fighting Indian,'. It is .situate in the heart of the Indian country, in the healthiest, best watered and timbered sect ton of Arittoita; is surrounded by wore of well-cultivated farms and hundreds of rich mine, and Is, in faet, the only portion of the Territory that 1kw made any progress in the development of its mineral and agricultural resources. With proper military protection the people of Cen tral and Western Arizona would, in a few' yean, astonish the count...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 December 1867

VI t IiIA MOHNIXU. I)F.C. 7, 107. Local liilclligcncc. Mivufi- Icrons In want of Singles will C J 1c. their lnttnut to purchase thum from j'j. ,11 A Zimmerman. They liavo n lurpe lot f lCn c-n hand nt tliuir rnneh on Willow Crook, C , m mid u half from town. Sec their nd uri .,!. of. -H Gov. McCornilok has told the Pioneer T,h. -j building to Mr. Felt, for $350. Hi , It lias raiucd considerably In this tec v ' fhe. Mi. '! f 'H.AXW. an old nnd Iniluilrioua reel , ..f walnut On)e. In this county, has pur t ., l the Lllsworth Ranch nt that place, and ,U farming It extensively the coming sen " lie U a Rood fellow, and we hope lie will u; cnrn-talks as large a a Tucson cactus, with i Ai h.,; ,ii those which ornament and protect of the editor of tlio Aritonlan. I it i sit (iKOVB. A good many citizens , u 'iruvc ero In town this week. Among n 'v id Messrs. Cnrglle.Ingrnham. Jack , ( ji'md, and llird. Musera. Carglle t p ... -in 1 -ve '.old their much, and are going t ij,; ,.iua af'er a dro...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 December 1867

.... urn. Sis Ki M"i-( o Aokm v. Mr. Thoraiu Ho lit tin- onl) auihorircd ag'-nt for the Misnil In Nw Francisco. All order b-ti nt his office, northc.it corner of Washington ;md Montgomery streets, tan atalra will he nrnmtttlv attended to. ' ' , - uiacK royalty. un Tin troth or ni stout hb pbhsistio. N"Hrn a million of lives wo liavo (pent, And throe billions of dollar or more, That web fetter In twain shall bo rout, And the slave-horn be hoard never mora ; Fall six venrt we hare given to the Block, And the thins was undoubtedly right Now suppose, just to alter the tack. We devote half an hour to the White, When the South In Its hour of mad pride At Fort Sumter let drive the Brit shot. Keek and heel our poor Sambo was tied, And the north held one end of the knot; Bat our hold we let go at the eound. For both hands we required In the light And the war for the Bhv k was then found Quite a tough job of work for the White. Well, we fought aye. for four year we fought, Footing out lavish ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1867

( ARIZONA Til If VmTi "VOX-.. KO. 34 s Ik llE JO J b 3 3 A Democratic .w"U'". ilrvotnl In tlir nriilrntioii mf tomtit iillniuil Principles of : rriimeiil, hiiiI tlir nil rniicrmrnt of ilir liilrreala of rvtr)' met Ion of Arlxoiiu. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, -A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ots copy, one year, f 7.00 One copy, six months, f i.UU. unc copy, itircc inuiiiiis, "ADVERTISING RATES: Half square, otic lime, 1:2.00; each ndilltlonnl time, 1 1. ). One square, one time, t-I.OOj each additional imn. f J.W). Kadi additional half square nnil square, same rtc Adertieiitenlfi mixmirln;; over one-half squarc he comiti-d nnil cuargcti una square. A lilnT.il dlrcount will Ih! made to person con tmuin;; the same adertWcmont for Ibrcr, six, or twilri' montli. 17ofelonal or business cards lnaertcd upon reasonable terms. Jsg.il Trailer Xolei tnl.cn at par in )ayment for luj$crijlioll, ttiirrrtmiiy aruijvu irr. Terms, Invurlalil' In ndvniiee. JOHN II MARION, REN.I. II. WEAVER,...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1867

r niyfei ..-.gwrCTMil--'M-'l!L'g THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. ir.S'l'AJI Ij t SI 1 30.13 1HO-I J. II. MAIUON. I'.DlIOIt. IP IRE S C O T T , SATUKDAY MOltNINO, Dl'CKMHKK 14, 1S07. Ixiiian Srr:r. I'oi-b To,vs or Baulky AM) 1,000 i.n. ok Cons.--At Walnut Orovc, 2. mill's south-west from Prescott, on the night of Wednesday, the 11th instant, a largo party nf Indians made a raid uion the house for utcrly occupied by Mr. Joseph Ingrahnm, broke open the door and carried away there from about four tons of barley stored therein. They also called at tho ranch of Pete Smith and "gobbled up about 1,000 pounds of shelled com belonging to Mr. John Wall, .lack Shanks and Mr. Burger, from whom wo lenrn those facts, arrived in Prescott on Thursday evening. They tracked the Indians next day after the night upon which the stealing oc curred, and say the Indians came from tow ards Weaver and went back in tho same di rection. Lar-ro and small tracks were visible in their trail, and it is supposed that...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1867

nmw Xhxn. r- -1: KATUtOAY .MOIlNIX(,i)KCr.MUEP 11.1RC7. Local Intelligence. ( i tv Trr Cottv. who linn been out to l!,,. ,ows 0:1 tin' llanlyvlllc road, on bu-dncss f'T Mr Jnm'" Cirant, arrived In Precnlt on Wlm -1 1 evening In'. In company with the I 1 ikr aid In escort, .'ir. t. iiciiucrsou, 01 n m of Henderson A Co., Prescott. who nr- I'll' vi 1 Ihti' recently from California. Is out on Hu ll , , lb' road, taking u look at the country, d v 'i 1 s'ril.V1''' ','0,n berd. or weru , nliv Indi.im. it the Willow s; among them ,r Mcrj. Cory 11ml Henderson. It is Imped 1 ,i i ,1:1 'n ils iiro merely lost." not gobbled i, t v M- Wu'.hpal. j. . 1, itv ( h.ts pone to California, to purchase s f 1 k r provision, firming utetidls, frnli I aMl ht'I. for Ids ranch, wliluli is below i p,. "t ir K"e!. Shouldn't be suririeil nt I 4 :. i v hm""ir. find bringing out n better I f w h I. in- In fact, we always lonl.eil upon l I ii 'i-ry shaky bachelor," with a strong j jH' , f r the foniule gentler, n...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1867

tttvumm ijmi,li i Hath SIIIEe. 1 Ik A li Svs FmMKi n Anrx v Mr. Thomas Hover U I lie only authorized n-.-ni fur the Mim-.ii Iii nh Xrsira)"CO. All order It'll .it hi oltb-e, northeast corner of Vntilnirttn .nut Moniifmn-ry streets, (up Wlrs,) will Ik- prompll alU-niVd to. How to Punish a Woman. St. Michael and Litrlfcr im-cllng one day, Kelt lulu nn nttzry dlqmtc ; HhhiitIi they nrjtwd tl,- i-oo In as civil a way A If 'twere ft eti merry suit. The tiiitliv In question no trivial gams (Tls ft plauiblc storv. at lonst.) Wn. which of the twn bad the rU-litfulost claim To a lady quite lately dcewMcu. A wonmi of fashion, who standing aloof, I.onk-il on with a sorrowful Iwc, WIiIIm the rival attorney, by ImIhiico of proof, Were trying to settle' the csvse. With a Imire pair of rente the trial Irtgln, lint her virtue are ininr and areat. Anil fiilrly onioie all the follies and sini TlMt serve at the opposite weight. St. Michael, delighted at winning the prize, Iimfcd out In the merrie-t wa...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 December 1867

'immmmtntii ..... ZONA IMIJME ARI h PRESCOTT, SATUR.DAY, XXJEO DBE-Xi 21, 18G7. NO 3GF. 7 A Democrat lr Xesv.piiprr, ilivcilnl to the lnriilriitloii of Coil. tit ulloiinl I'rlnrlplr. of (Jovrrnmriil, Mini the nil vaiirrinrnt nf Ihr Inlerr.ta of trrrj' arctloii of Arizona PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, .A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, oiio yrnr, $7.00 One copy, six months, 11.00. On" cojiy, three itionttiK, V-!M. ""ADVERTISING RATES: Ihlf square, one .time, $100; cacli additional t, ii , SI W. Oil' Kpiarc, one time, $3.00; oach additional Kjrli additional half square and square, same rale Advertisements measuring over ono-half square be counted and chargod one square. A liinr.il discount wIU Ihj made to pitrsnns con 1'iau iu tlw camu advertisement for three, lx, or twi ive months. Professional or badness cards Inserted upon re.uim.iblu terms. Isijal Tttt'ler Xntes taken at ruir in payment for luinriplwn, iuipeititinij unit job tcork. Trl im, In a rln III' In ait va...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 December 1867

.THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. KSTAJILISIIMD 1SO-I . J. It. MAIMON',. KlUTOK. FIRE SCOTT, SATURDAY MOUSING, MXKMDKU 21, 1S07. Pubsiuknt Jounsos's Message. Tho greater part of this able ami patriotic document will lc found lu (lie MlNF.it of to-day. Want of space prevent uj from commenting upon it. We are Indebted for tlic copy to the San Francisco Dally iimW, of December 1th. It wm telegraphed exclusively to the Han Franel&eo 'J1ms. Oiuwfisiii.nc. Since the receut triumphs of the Democracy in the Atlantte States, Ohief .Tustico Cha.e has, it h Mid, become rorv conservative. He now denies that he was in favor of universal migro suffrage in the Northern Statos. Well, a grert ninny of his Radical brethren say the samo thing, now that their pet scheme has been defeated by ! the people. The ungenerous loyal leagucre of the North have fastened the dUgusting black devil-fish upon the people of their own flesh and blood in the South; crippled their energies and deprived them of liberty...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 December 1867

ia nlwnvs unit i r n s of Congress in question arc not only rWctionable for tholr assumption of ungrant cll .tr, but ninny of their provisions nro In i it.Ul' l "111" v" i-vv .a in , .nun rujAt. i ...til titi fiirr.fr ttrrmiiiif mrw ni tU li.Ati I jnllllUlIOll. ' w vviBiuuiwii i. n.nt 11 republican form of tiovern- l.rt nrtinrntilcfld to nil Ilia Sitntpa! that no person shall be deprived of life, lib erty or nrojtcrty, withput duo process of law, J ,rr, ,ti d without a judicial warrant, nor jn -hcl without n fair trial bwforo nn itnpar. till liirv ; that tho privilege of habeas corpus t' 'a',1 nut be denied in time of peace, and that no bill ff attainder Hhall bo passed even a-auut a sinu'U individual; yet the system i. t nitasiiri-H established by these acts ofCon- r ., ci totally subvert and destroy tho Krin us wll as the substance of republican o, r,.inent in tho ten Status to which they aVr.lv. hinds tliein hand and foot, in tib-toi-' slavery, and subjects them to a strange an f...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 December 1867

i 1 - 1 tories of the United States. The claim has Sn Fitir'tco Aorvrv-Mr Tlmm-w Hover been made for Mount' Hdod, which was ns 1s the only authorized aeni for thr Minimi In San Mrrltd to be '2:2,000 feet in height, hut ivtvnt I'rnmiseo. asi oruers leu at in ouioc, noriiicnxi , . tt. t .. - - i . corner of Washington .nnl Montgomery Etruct (on stair,) Will be promptly nttcni'.wd to, "Waiting for tho Morning:." " I am watting for the morning," Tht languid sufferer told, At, worn with pain mid wearinaw, Shu Jay upon her bed ; " I fitu looking nt the eastern skied, To irnivh tlic enrly dawn ; Oh, give ine patience, Messed Lord, 1 While waiting for the morn. " I itu wnltlug for the morning ; To-nlslit 1 cannot stuop ; I'm listening to the flrt Idrd-notc To lirenk the silence deep ; j 1 un watching or tho twitter On lenfy bongJi and spray, And praying Mill for iitknoe, .:. While waiting for tho day. " I am waiting lor the morning, I long to see the sun Come forth In golden glory, III dail...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 December 1867

ONA MINER lXItJSOOnLTr, S.VTTJXOY9 aXEODEMKlin ss, lSGT. NO,' fiU'teccUiutcoius. &3 j!1!I.Zi u Democratic wswncr, ilevnlcit lo the llC,ilriitlon or Constitutional Principle f jlovcriimeiit, inl the iitlrnnccinrnt of tl(t interests of every section or Ailzoiiu. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, PBESCOTT, T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . (frnri fitm in .tv ti. ADVERTISING RATES: II f f rinre, one lime, fU.OO; each additional Ol li I ii-14 . VII Wllivf tl.W , Ullili UUlllllUU.il lV . r 4 t i..ir . . .... t..A mill r.Kfiftfiul artft cniiMt-n I i Khcr.il tWount will be nude to purftonn con jin j ; lw fame advertisement for tbrcc, six, or 1 1 ronthj. tf ' f t Pr.if' Jttai ur imsmois onrus insurii'u upon f - T. li - r Xotft taken at txir in payment for n i i adtcrtiainy anil job tcotk. Tcnin, Jnvurlnhly In itilvnnee. iJUllV H M RION, RES.I. II. WEAVER, ruimsncra ana i'opriciors. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. I)itl. Jdrtfff IT ' ' it, ui' Wc. V. Tvmtr.n. llKZHKIAII llliOOK. UOIIKIIT Y. 11 ATT, , A. J...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 December 1867

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. II. MARION Burros. PEESCOTT, SATUUDAY.MOUNINO, DECKMUBK S, 180T Mining News. Waller's Camp. Messrs. Fredorieks ami Winning called UjKin us last Sunday, ami in formed us that the miners were busily em pluyed in working and taking out ore. N. A. Fronch hail worked anothor batch of refute lie-Tie rock, which paid very well much bettor than he expected. Fredericks, Marsh, ami Watson are taking rck from the Sham rock lode. Their ternn is constantly at work, hauling ore for the miners. Now that the wet season hag fairly set in, we exjiect to hear of the starting of tho several water-wheel that have been built during the post summer for the purpose of running arastras. Big Dy DiUrict. Workmen are now ta king rock out of the 'Eugenie.' Work upon the 'Dividend' i progressing, and the mill will be started soon. We presume the kite rains caused the creeks to rise, and of course placer mining will commence. It will be re membered that Mr. L. C. Gray, of the Arm...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 December 1867

i... SATtniuY MOUSING, DECEMBER SS, 1807. Local Intelligence. AtmiTAt. -Charley Reach's train arrived In ,, . ,tt from La Fi Tuesday last. ily It it liasbford received quite a stock of groceries nd pro nions, winter clothing, etc. IJowors it Dr rA dved a lot of flour. Wormscr .t Co. also reeved gcjda. WiM. Move. We believe It Is the Intention of ijr V 0, Voycs to movu his mill from Its present al ,n on the Hawayiwnpa. up that creok, to H.IJ! nvenient point near tuo Uiaso lode. Mn Jolts HiLU.vi the competent, careful and 5Jer hearted steward of Fort Whipple Hosjil- camo Into our ofllec on Sunday last, and -,jc-il " "nJcr obligation to him for the fol ,vwing Items ! ' Private J 'hn Lee, of Co. B, Eighth Cavalry. t j ,t mil be rememtieri'd, was,omc time go, ,.. t .n 'be corral, by Bugler King, of Co. I. iccir "iwcnUliwl from tlicufleetsof his wound r- 17IU .nst . nnd was burled In the military lu.t Trggiound on uo "" T-:rc un now fifteen men In the Hospital, all 5; w i KiVi one, are ra...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 December 1867

r4 .fi'.-t Js" W , , dirt, .'.in.twid.iiao. Making the lf ($ VTrt 1 !V 1 1V V a-, since 74.O0O,(XJO. Frofu HrrV IHi V i;,;, inclusive, the il export n i 7 , r i - t rrr rt-rr-r rtf r Its Fntsctsoo AoBirr. Mr. Thorns ftoyce Is the only authorised nt rorthe Mikcn in !nu ftanrlsco. All order l.-f at hU office, n'.rth' nt corner of Wublftgion ami -Montiromrry atrvtt, (aptab.) will ts promptly attended to. . a f . i .... . 4 r. i .". . 1 w C ifllMUniC-U li I.IF'VW; irmn in.i.r in i-, mr1uc, to $14,l W,UUO, and from 101 to l';, inclusive, to S.W,(WO,W making the fmnd total aggregate of net eaport hk tM9, T4r.0(X,WlU. TVe liK'iri- mw iii fflM flf pr"'"r ui.r tat cAptt.- oi OroTWfT flu re arr- in tl..- rcs-..ry 1 1 I.' i.i i i)'n, ni( "liiiijr more tJnn f J".' in circulation on the Pacific a.t, and a few 1 million in the National and other I.uk.-; in ! All about IM.Mfl.WO. Tbi, however. U- i kine Into acco'iiif tie ie in tl.o cm:itry Making lite tot1 roto-! dure ia numbers 0 army of tax-gat...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 January 1868

ARIZONA MINER VOL. "V. fRKSCOTT, SA.TTJIfcX-A.Y, -T.AJrW.AiMr 4, 1SG8. 1YO, 1. I Inculcation oi ionimiuonni i'rlnelule of flovrriiiiienl, nmt (he iiilrancement of ,l inlerU ofevrry lection of Arizona. PUBLISHED SATURDAY KORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, .A.. 0?. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oti CiV. on'' year, c.uu unc copy, six months, I JU unc copy, mrec monius, Single Copies, 25 cent each. ADVEP.TISIHG RATES: IWf !iure, one time, $2.00; caoli additional il. 8' ire, on time, fJ.UO; each additional f- " . ... lr: aamuonai uau iquarc nnu square, name Air Tt.vinenis measuring over onc-liair square ;r u u u t-iiai tiuti who pjimiil a ic I account win iw made to tKrsins con. 1 .- ....... . .1 .1 1 . -..-.I i . ii.a! or business card Inserted upon aa" trrms i bv'Ltqal Tender Xotet taUn at par in payment Sft; lubicrtption, adtertumg and job work. Tcriai, Invariably In nilvanee. tens a MARION, benj. h. weavep.. Publishers and Proprietor. TAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. . Wm. i Tuitsrn. .IIRZEKIAII IlnKKS, ...ll...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 January 1868

art- 'imit m a mmmutta.'nxm' THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. JiiSTAllTilSHKD JUSO-l . .n , J. II. MAIII0S KMIOR. ; PEES C O T T , SATURDAY MOUSING, JANUARY 4, 1S6S. Tnr. Congressional Mining Low, which is now the mining law of the land, will bo found on the fourth page. We have published it several times liefore, and do so again by re quest o( several miners. Wo believe then has been tome talk of "jumping," but wo fall to see, as yet, any authority in old or new law for imnteduxte jumping. i 'in i i ii -in-- -ii i i ii rr i - - 8 "Tint Wor.u Movi:s.'' A dispatch, dated IjosUm, December Sth, hays: " 1. X. H. S'tairiifiil ( Democrat) i elected Mayor over Xororoi, (Radical) by a majority of fiOO. Hurrah for tho Hub! Tut universal question is "Where is Andy JjhrHon going?" ItetdUstl pnper. Andy is going to retire to private life, soon, to make room for somo good, honest Delno crat' who will Administer the Government in accordance with Constitution and law ; grub out Ihc monarchial stump ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 January 1868

I II Bis aJ.H' UfL'al ,rv ' tiowll TMi)(v MOUSING, JANUARY 1, 1?CS. LOCAL rt7' (,ou rnnunt Vouchers bought, and jmld . ,i the cash, 'O' Henderson it Co. for W:iU'S Arnold, who cnmt' lo Arizona ( ,t.t ll.ue;r.iM''s company of CuUAirnlit Vol , ., u l:m been appointed Antler at Cntnp Lln P ,iic. Is si'flrst-rnlc felhiw. IMie does hall .... ...1. .,.!! rmil Vi ltiitin liii will tii.il-n i - .i... l....t,, ..I" Il.ii 1 iftr.tl '....ln lf Oil H'1 "t' "' ".....,.. i I.IIH-, VF f.,r 111 intended, come back and do some towards incrt-whit; tho" population of tlio 1 1 I'l torr Livr.nv STum.K. l'tmc H. Skillln 1 1 , ,,!u' part owuur with Mr. lianghart in this !. r lloth Runtlvmi'iii nro nld nnd worthy ' v w'i and deserve a share ol nubile pat-r.'i.io'i'- Mr ( i.KM)EVXi.v Is, at prosunt, In, command r ol' Wlrpple. ":. ( , r Kruuc has p;6tio lo Camp Lincoln. ' i i.n Wclr. commander of Camp .Mcl'hcr- , ui town, looking well, after bis sickness. to I'leecott lor the- pllrpou' of breath ;i i,' V lic...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 January 1868

gHin 5as Kkavisco AocM't -Mr Thuiiiu Hvv It lb only authorized itcfiil for the MlMilt in ju Francisco. All ord'Ti left at Id olllce, uorthi .i-t corner of Washington .inJ Montgomery ktrivt-, (op Ulr,) will In- ronip'ly attend U to. A'Millio.x of dollar, in gold, weigh -l.-ITtl jtoundV, or within a fraction of 1 4 torn. . "What iiiitAlii. Wht Julsal Unrlr heard that ! bail surrendered, h coilapod into a corner of hU amlHilnnce and meekly remarked, "Well, Gabriel, Wow your Irani." Fiau Hyron und his hand full when he lttd thladdyenitftw ' . i '. I Mood hi VMle oa the Bridge tf Sighs, A ;tee end rion on rack bntirt. i i in " I)t asp Ci ais. In Uie Iowa ulectionon tha tnrvsst rote ever nulled, the Iladifal lost 4,t awl the Democrats trained 7.10-t rotes, ! making a net ucwKicraiic gain oi i 1,49. Th Comptroller of the Currency holds that National l'nnks hare no right to receive rssckaces of securities or other valuables for safe-keeping, and that bonk that receive such deposits are liab...

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