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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 26 February 1870

IE The Funeral Fleet lIxMMtra anrMeservetcrtdit forth following beau Uful tribute to tlje laments Perljr .J V?ar 3pYere 60 have veiled their warlike Itate, And hid their bravery la mourning grey, To bear across the sea funeral freight Orral admiral, or great captain J away. Bat now whaf aJmlml's, -what captain's bte r Doth onr rnaletle Monarch bear o'er sea, Tbatuiuelt'whewsshe shrouds her genr. And half-mail flirt her flag Ihus'mourBingty 1 Wherefore this mortuary chapel fait A bore this coffin, with Immortelles crowned. Those- stalwart sailor with bowed heads and bate, la an unwonted death-watch ranged around t 11 iai . I V. t mn. Im In a Columbian wr hlp company One w hom two natkmt wreath their flag! to mourn I He tro.-a warrior 'that proudly borne. Thus proudly CGavevad o'er Ma to his grave. But one wboee battle-rield no scroll adorns . . Where lame write the achievements of the braT. He fought the silr&l fight with want awl woe The fight -wbooeWght-hand kuoweth wuVthe deed...

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 March 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VII. THE ARIZONA XWM i -"i i - PUBLISHED EYERY'SATORDAY MORNING, PBESOOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, A1MZONA. sunsc rinrriON": One Copy, One Year S 7 00 Six Months 4 00 - Three Month , 2 50 Slnele Copic 25 Pwrr will not be sent unless paid for In ad- jusct, nd will iarariably be dUcontlnued at the nd of tbe time paid for. ADVKliriSIXG: Che sijnare. one time, (3.00; each additional time, ll-M. Each additional sqn.tre, same rate. I liberal discount will be made to persons eon tlnalas the fame advertisement for three, six, or twtWe months. frofeolonal or business cards Inserted upon raiMe terra. Job I? i i n t i ri - Tax Miner oITlce U well applied with Prcses, Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro pntor t determined to execute All work with b!c h he may be favored In the neatest and best itjle of the art. Work may be ordered from any part Of the Ttrritorv, and, when accompanied with the cash, It will be promptly executed and sent by mall, or zs directed....

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 March 1870

rv. mmtx. jPrwoott, A.rivimrv Territory. 8 VTUUDAY MOKN'IN'G. MARCH fi. 1870. nn Frnnrlsrn A Krnr)'. TltOMA PoYrE U the tiitbndTMl etntfirr Ifce Mrxr.n in Kan Frnijriwn. Onlrn fc-flkthl nflW. Xo.:w(oM Bor0. Mwbnnt'i Kichanf ., Callfrrntn jlrejt, Wow Montgomery, will b promptly ttnlit (oT ' " Cnllfornto trt. Sa rmnJco, U uUiorliU IokIu irt fur th Minkr. r' MflcU eoplM of U JIlxr.R cn b purehiuxl it the i Quartz Mining. Succeaa of the Big Bug Experiment Our readers must have noticed that, dur ing the past year, the column of the Miner have not been burthened with qulto as much quartz talk " as of yore, and those of them who live In this part of the Tcrritorycan have no difficulty in guessing the reason. . Therefore, it were needless to explain had we ; no readers but home ones. But, the fact Is, the Miner has readers in every State and . Territory of the Union, and those of them . who lire too far away from here to under stand the situation must have been at a loss, recently, to know ...

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 March 1870

Local Intelligence. I'nrscoTT, March S, 1670. rotor a U'mck IiciLM.vo.--A sbort time a&o, onr'reader were luformcd that tha enterprising firm of D. Henderson & Bro.. of tbt piace, Lad let a conlract for the erection of a two story bricV buildlnp. on tbo corner of Gurley and Vontemma streets which, when completed, was to be ued by tbem for a store. Messrs. Morgan ASht'.i&.&i-oiSirKji'jri, commenced work in dae time, and had the building almost completed, ben on the afternoon of Ibe 25th Hit., a portion 0f ooo of the foundation walls which were built of itone-gave wy, letting several sections of the walls of the tipper story down with a crash, ccrcral workmen were engaged about the build bg.st the time, and one, W. O'Neill, a brick lam, was precipitated to the giotind, but was not bnrt much. The fait or the building created con'Mcnbto talk and eomo excitement at the tliaf, nd various reasons were given for its turn bliDjdown. The prlnctpal one being that the w11i of th...

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 March 1870

Matrimonial -. - Married people will pleaxe read aa written, .In gle ones on rend tho tlrat line, then the third, nnd then the aecond, and finally the fourth lu each verse. That man mtut lead a happy life. Who's freed from matrimonial chains; Who Is directed by his wife Is sure to suta-r for hU pains. Adsm could find no solid peace, When Kvo was given for a male Until be saw a woman's face, Adam was In a happy state , In all the female face appears !' Hypocrisy, deceit and pride ; Truth, darling of a heart sincere, Jisjcrknown In woman to, reside? r , in What tongue Is able to unfold The falshood that In woman dwells; The worth In woman we behold Is almost Imperceptible. Curbed be the foolUh man, I say, .Who changes irom his singleness ; Who will not yield to woman's sway, Is aurc.of perfect hlesseduess. The Fifteenth Amendmentlli XTncon stitutionality. tu- V . The Ciocimati Enquirer of a recent date says .that the fifteenth -Amendment can never be legally a part of the Constitution...

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 March 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1870. NUMBER 11. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. sunsoniirrxoN': Oa Copy, One Year,. S 7 00 " ! Six Months 4 00 a Three Month 2 50 Rlszle Coplw, 23 T.!iil will intariahty be discontinued at the eaj of tie time paid for. A.TJVJT.n.TlSrN-0: One inire. one time, $.100; each additional time, ILV). Each additional square, tame rate. A uWal discount will be made to person con tlnufnz the ume advertisement for throe, lx,or t lit months Profrlonal or business cards Inserted upon rtuonable term. Job 3P i i n t L ii pr The Mur.R office la well supplied with Presses, Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor In determined to execute all work with wbtMi lit may be favored In the neatest and beat itjle of the art, Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the rash, It will b promptly executed and cent by wall...

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 March 1870

Or in Jronoott, -iVrlituiin I'orrltory Legal Tenders Doomed. The decision of the United States Supreme Court, says tbo San Francisco Call, of a ro ccnt date, concerning Legal Tender Notes, assume! more important proportion daily. Tbo accounts from tlio Kastcrn States go to show that the decision la considered equlva- lcnt to a condemnation of Legal Tender Xotea that they can only be issued as a war measure, hence no increase of the amount ntitst.miliiifr can tako tdacc. A corrcsDond "t-rji morning journal from Ktitt fur th MINER. ' SATURDAY MOUSING. MARCH 12. 1S70. Sbii Frnnrliro Aenr j-. TlloiMft Jloitr. U hf nithorfted tHl fur th MlSKR la So Frnrfcu. Onlrra If ft t hit use. (Mouail noorj. jitruwai k . CCS-nia' itrwt, Ulow SImtKnnrfJ , tWJ4 to. will be prronj!' Arizona and Ariionlans. We find the following, about Arizona and Arizontan. in recent Washington correspon- denco of tbo San F-ancisco Chronicle: Governor Stafford was not directly promised the co-operation ot, the henato Mi...

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 March 1870

Local Iiitclllfrciiccl Prcscott. Mnrch 12, 1870. tVru.iiX30.v rAU.tT.A recent prlvato letter frtrn a fiiond In this valley talks encouragingly of tLio future or that rising place. Our friend ,svs there nre now twenly-sevon ranched under c ,'liivnlion, nod that there, h plenty more land &cc&V"inl hjjjjcouinienccu Ibe erection of a military poit IImtu ; a (own situ lias been, lurvctcd.nnd lot were selling for good prlcci. Our friend thinks that, In a few week, stores, ,bopi, Uloom, etc., will be in full bluit. A. BtnxtTT. of Wlckcnbttrg, lias recently re turned from Arizona City. Yuma county, where be purchased, from Hooper, Whiting fcCo., a hrpe and tplendld stock of good. Having bought cieup, ho can afford, to sell cheap, and mean! to. I.itcnr.XAvr Ccnris and Daniel O'Leary arrived here, froa Camp Toll-Gate, Wcdneiday last., Mr. OLesry laformed us that on the way he croMcd tlie trill of a large parly ot Indian. They had recently crowed the road, between Williamson Valley and...

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 March 1870

to GEORGE JPEABODY. TUB COMING Or THE SILENT (JL'EST. IIT 1IOW1HII GLVNlHi!. Lot England scuds him back to us! With sealed eyes ami folded palms, He drifts across the wintry sea. Which chants to him Its thousand psalms, " Wc proudly nstne and claim him onrs, Wo tnkc htm, England, from tby breast ; Wo open wide our door to Mm, Who cometh home a silent guest. Wc lent hlra thee to teach thy sons Tho lesson of the Open Hand list frinUhcd lips should bless them leu, Thin him the stranger In their land. We lent him llrlnjr, unto thee, "To lo a solace to tby pain : llut now wc want his noble dut, To consccrata It ours again. England 1 we take lilm from thine arms I Wo thank the for tby reverent care 1 If thou and we were eter friends, c should be eo beside tils bier. Ills memory should be a spell To banish spleen and bitterness Have kindlier thoughts of us, for he Was lender unt6 thy distress! As we have kindlier thoughts of thee, Because of honor done to hlra For while we weep, we turn to...

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 March 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. i VOLUME VII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1870. NUMBER 12. THE ARIZONA MINER. MIDDY MORGAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT rgwcorr, YAVAPAI county, xnizoxA. b trnsc rtiPTioy : "v-., " 8700 One copy. "u ' 4 00 cu"c ' 2!:" ,' ";,',; " . . 2 50 u j womn the Incidents In the Career of a Remarkable Woman Her Knowledge of the Horse, the Ox ths Cow. and Other Idve Stnolr How She Camo to bo a New York Cattlo Reporter. Three 25 S'!e.fIH not be sent unless paid for In id Jd KUrfaMy be dLeontlntttd allbe ,4j,jf tee Urae paid for. ADVERTISING: n Msart. one time. 13.00; each additional j"lf50, Each additional square, tamo rate. A iiUral dUeonnt will be made to pertons con ttenlK lb advcrtUemcntfortbrec,.tr, or trtlre naonlb. pf0fenlonl or buslnes cards Inserted upon reuonible term. Job IPrlntiixer- Tat Minna omce It well nppllod with Frene, M"rner and Ornamental Type, and the pro Sr i" determined to execute all work with Slteb he nvy be tavored ...

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 March 1870

tmi 1 i mmti rltory. yro-jeollr .Arlaoim, 'J.pri'ltot SVTl'KDAV MOUN'IN'G. MARCH 19 1870. ,in PratirUni Atjfiicy. Tllost.vi Horn: ii h anlbvrixl (MftnVfur the MlWt a Sn I'ranriwo. OnUrt fent SroOiri, "o.:in.MHml """. Mrrlnnt' Kxrhanirr. CaHfAtilii trt, twtow .MoplKwury, will bx prwui-tly lIullKl.tu. - Jffil,,H'l5iC'- jnMWJiid 51, jfrrAiratVJ'.icliMi, ('gf.lH tltnt. Sub trans- I auOjl Wwtu , 4- Slnjl tr of 0i MDKU cwi l jHirtluuwl t Ui Itiit!iCT. Summary of News, The Methodist Female" Collece, nli.Tack sonville,niinois,'wn.i burned on the 27th ult.j Loss about 5540,000. Two men wcro injured sue Old Spain for mercy, Spain, according ho other escaped mid gavo tho alarm. Tlio law of the Territory pagjcd aft i in(v u-MrnoM liiiii k'fl in mtrsuu. nml cunriz- .counts, is a de-pone nain u.u u tmctw,.hoi)t r'fSult; f,np inlon, that tho rebels of Cuba, would , ()f U)(.r nmnll.r j,. Finally, tho Sioux cnucu ,in J. . Immigrants Coming. Simmon, a gentleman who resides on a farm, near Prescott, i...

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 March 1870

( fi C3B Local Iniciliffcnco? r : PrtESCorr, March 13, 1S7D. IaUE Hu'oKTr-A report which tvas scner aliv beiic-ved. was In circulation her Monday lilt, to (hi Oflct that J. H. Lee. an Industrious. enterprlstoK f.irmt r or Hound valley, uau tii-en unnlereil bv Indian, between bis ranch ami Williamson Volley. Since then, wchavc learned, with much tatlsfitctlon, that Mr. Lee has returned homo from Williamson Vnlloy, and, instead of Latins hmi killed by Iho lavages, la ullvo Mid bartr. The circumitances which gave th to the ninorf hit supposed death, are. near an we have been able to find out. at lollows: A man, in coinlu? towards Prejcott, from William ion Valley, "v. on the road, near a placi whejtf the Inilinas have been very successful In attack ,n? and murdering whites, two pool of bl&bd, ami a swt many arrotv,-r-tvllb one large arrow planted alongside the road, placed there, evV rn!'y by an Indian, for tome special purpose HiKOir ." tSHSfi'Mgns. and knowing that Lee hul pafrd ...

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 March 1870

i Aa Infamous Outrage Farce. and Judicial I'rom Uie Ixx Angeles Newt, Much 1. Last December a man hi this city who Roes by the name of Le, enticed away a little child some twelve years old, with the ptir tio,e of inducinir cohabitation under the form of marriage, lie is n man upwards of forty years old. As tho procurement ot a )k4'iisJ was an Impossibility, he picked up a So-called" nrcacher of tho Gospel (God save the mark) who, ior the sum of SlO, or there- about, consented to aid m tho inicrntu acheroo which was to result in tho prostitu tion of this mere infant. The parties en tered an open boat, and nailed out upon salt water until they supposed that they were outside the Jurisdiction ot this State. There, the horrible farCe of pretending to unite in solemn marriage, this lecherous old human with this tender iofant. scarcely old enough to leave her mother's knee, was cone through with. We leave after details to the imagi nation. Tho child succeeded in returning to Ita mother. T...

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 March 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. YOLUJIfl YIt rE ARIZONA PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2G 1870. NUMBER-13. MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. smisoniPTioNi One COPT, O"" Year,. 1 . . 2 Sit Month.... Thfe Months,: Slnile C'opiM ,.$700 . 4 00 . 250 25 plwrt will 'not be sent unless pattLfor tn.ad. iwlll invariably be discontinued nt the ad oflhe time -paid for. One square, one Kmc, 3.6u; each additional ttof IIJM. Each additional square, aarao rate. A libcmt discount will be made to persons con dniu the mo advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. Provisional or business cardl Inserted upon rtuonsble term. Job Xrin.tixipf. Tnz Mim offlce It simplled with rrwes, Wsln. Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro I W Is JsUrmlned to execute all orlc with Vhlch he may be favored In the neatest and beat .tjleofthoatt. Work rosy be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied -with the cuh, u directed. Persons ndlne us money f...

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 March 1870

I ,,I . liner. TT Prowootr. Arifconn IVrHtory; SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 26. ISiO. Bun PrarteUeo ARrntyv TnoXAS BOTCT t tk oUvorlil til Smia l 6 Friodseo. prim CtHJsnili tttttX, Ulow Jtioti-wHirrr, ia U pnjtafKJj UrnJH U P. funs, rooou 1 II, rhtt' ExckMj. atatiortb MBit sfirVcofJU J lit Mac cu U ftuchiM. i u ' ' 2ining Summary. The recent rain and enow raised the water In the creeks sufficiently to gin; both quartz and plicer 'miners a chance to go after the noble'meUT, and they hare been exceedingly busy, grinding and washing it out. , BIO BOO DISTRICT. The Indian raid on Big Bag retarded min ing matters there for a few days, bat all was anon made right, and the will it nor crush lng away. .Those who brought the news of the rob bery lo town, Informed Mr. Gray, that be fore Icavingj a clean-up had been made, after a iron of six and one-hidf days, with ten stamps, and the yield was estimated at about 1 1,400, which is very good, The men who own the old Mexican gulch were in town Sunday...

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 March 1870

Cf&T Local Intelligence. Pbescott. March 27, 1870. From Camp Date Creeh Killing of two Indian. Not hag since, Indians stole sereral bead ot cUl from ft nerd In the vicinity or Martinez' jUaeb, and it beinz brought to the notice of the coominding offlcer at Camp Date Creek. Lieu. Wsast Cluley, with 30 etilUted roea and a few cltiKM, were tent to the mountain, with orders w hunt Jotinny Apacbe, and, If possible, drnb lla for the ofTeai. The little command was ander the guidance of William Rice, who, with one or two other, left It ca this creates of the Htb Init., and started ort a icout. Rico and his conpaaioas bad not proceeded far beore tbey diicorered. at the bottom of a deep and tortti oai cantoo, near Sol's Wash, what was evidently sure. After satisfying theraselres thoroughly npoa tbt point, the returned to the command, reported theiPlucky discovery to the Lieuten ant, who Immediate! let bl men In motion, and. upon arriring a near the place as canllon would tdait, posted the...

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. — 26 March 1870

or Tho Three Great Evils of the National Capital. . Wasi&gton fwarras. with beggar boys, If nntrinir rfir. tri..nrr.ll .Institution noW prevailing, one, cannot help sympathizing with the poor little fellows. Tbev never ask for more than a cent, and they always tell a times this is true, sometimes iai.se. uui iikb thetnJUftho iakttv, and in eight cases out or amavincF nnintltv nf I in tln'i- will bolt an amazing ouantltv bread. Most of them are little darkies, and they starve or stuff as thrj case may be, most e,t 11 tUVI n 111 wi - ft i philosophically, xney are a great nnuance, these begging brats, and yet, poor little things, it is not their fault. Another nuis ance of the Capitol, at .the White Jlouie, or on the avenuo which connects the two, and in all tho leaijingjigtels, is tho swarm of lob byists, the log-rolleri, the 'wire-workers, the Third House, tho button-holers variously so termed-nwhich ooo meets at every turn. Still'anotucr indigenous to that part of the capital t...

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. — 2 April 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINE VOLHIE VII. THE AK I ZONA MINER. l PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, ;COTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. PRE SUUflORIITIOX: One Copr. OnoYmr. $7 00 I. ' Fix Months Three Month?,. .' 2 0 Stfljla Copies Pancra will not ,,e 8CUl utiles I'(1 toT n1'1" wnf", mill ll inrnriMy be discontinued at the end of the time paid for. . jYDVK Rl'I S WO: One square, one time, S.OO; mob nddltlon.il t!mri ft v). Eaeli additional square, amo rnte. ' .W dWount vrltl be made to person 6on tn'.. nz t'ic Fame advertisement for three, six, or Urclfe mouths, Pfofcjolonal or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job JrTi ii tins? - Tnr Misnn offlee Is welUuppIlwl with l'resses, l-h n Fan T and Ornsmenfal Type, nnd the pro rr Vt Ii alrmltiwl to execute all work with i h hu nuv b favored In the neatest and best (tT'.f of tin art. Work mat bo ordered from any part of the t rri'irv sad, when accompanbsil with the cash, It w II V i romptly execmed and sent by mall, or u dwelt J. Person...

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. — 2 April 1870

if Proscott, .Arizona IVrrltory. SATURDAY MORN'IXG APRIL 2. 1870. Sun Kritnrl.ro Agrnry. Thomas notes In th antborlied aent for the JIIXEll In San Frondwo. Onlen left at hi. office, Xo. JO Oecond floori, Merchant' Exchange. California itrcet, below Montgomery, will be promptly attended to. Ik r. FlslIRR, roomi 20 ami 21, Merchant'. Eirhanse, California llml, Sao Kroei li authorUed to act ai a$nt fur the MINER, Sine! copira of lie MINER can be purcbaud at the Mining Summary. dig nuo DismtCT. At latest dates from Big Bug, Gray & Co's ten-stamp mill was working away on ore from the Eugenie extension. Messrs. Gray and Boggs started over Wednesday last, and had not returned when our paper went to press, so that it is impossible for us to give the result of last run. The placer miners had commenced opera tions !u the old Mexican gulch. WALKER DISTRICT. B. Husscy and II. Bowers reached town Thursday evening last, from a visit to Walker and Hassayampa districts. From them we learn that ...

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. — 2 April 1870

Cell 3&' Local Intelligence. I, 1 1'iibscott, April 2, 1870. Routes of Transportation, Etc. Considerable mlo has been made about the ,t cost of maint.ilnlnff troops in tins i erritory srd, re.tlly, it ha cost government an immense amount or money to Ho so,-more, in met, man oi.Rht to hare coM. So with our citizens, it bw cost them all they hare been able to rnfcc ...i ,mnn lo lire and movn here. Now. It U I zb time for military and citizens to commence ,,.iint. auoill lor ways i" lussuu wis gri-ai i-a pendititre, and the first moans that suggests Itself is the lessening oi juu cost ui irauiuiiuiiun h h, at present, can only be done by shorten i-? and improving old routes of travel, or open ,.,- r.pw on s. The people of the interior of this fi r.i rj are fettered in their movements by I T , prices, and cannot go ahead, rigorously. nntd they are reduced. That they aro painfully tliis fact, is npparcnt. During the past t . weeks, n c have received lcttors from gentle mca of various...

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