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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 February 1876

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ! SPEGML- iSOTIGES. S14ULLS. MARICOPA COUNTY. MEDICAL. 3Iilita,r-4OrdeR.- The- following orders were issued from Headquarters Department oj Arizona :, A General Court Martial is appointed 1o meet at Fort Whipple, at ten o'clock A. on Thursday the 20th instant. Detail top. ths. Court : Captain. Josef h Kcr'hr, Sixth Cavalry. First Lierit. Egbet B. Savage, Eighth Infantrv. First Lieut. , Gilbert E. Overtop, Sixth Cavalry. Sucord ;IitciiUKdwardXynch,Ei5htfi Infantry. Sec ond Lieut. George L. Scott, Sixth Cavalr. FirstXicut, Cyrm A. Earnest, Eigth Jnfan try, Judge Advocate. "Chief Paymaster, Major J. R. Roche, is ordered to repair to these Headquarters on duty connected .withlhis 'Department. The Citizen of Jhn. 22nd, tells, of a Mr. Smith of Santa. Cruz Valley, sixty mil;s 'south' of Tucson who during the year his raised, on 120 acres of land and sold Sl,52. 45 worth of potatoes; S472.48 cabbagis; S457.22 Bwcet potatoes ; $824.40 beans .SK 055.20 corn ;S720.49 onion...

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. — 11 February 1876

Jft mono met r Vol. XIII. No. (. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1876. Established 1864. THE, ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, . , . ' 'i :, ' r 33 TJ T ii 33 it -' " T : The firt number of tbe WiJKKLV MlXF.c km Usutdoo ulxrch ! i0,1 !n tbU U wellth year, t cnn, with truth, claim to le the oldest, lament and best new, paper In the Territory. Subscription Rates)! .; Joe Cwy.Orie Year ,.......$7.00 Six Mnlh . ............ - .1. 4.00 Three Jlonthi 2.50 liBr!eCirle 25 Advertising Rates. One InrtTflO Hne ht lb:s t ypO. In column. 43.00 for flnt" snsTtion and S1.S0 jr inch for each additional insertion. A liberal ilUcmint from abor rntrs will be made to per sons who advertise .largely by the year, half year or quarter. ' ' Professional and business card lm.rt.4 npoa reasona ble tcrm. Persons tending nt money lot. .subscription, adrertiiinK or job work, may forward' H b Siall, or otherwise, at llielr otvnxlslc. ; . , , , ( r UgaX linMr XoVt'lal-en at par in paymtnt fe...

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. — 11 February 1876

vast. T. J. Uutler, Editor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1876. Hok. IL 8. fitcrens ha oor thanks for copies of the'Congressional Record, skins full reports of the proceedings In Congress. Mr. Stewart U making some changes In the mail time between here and Tucson that will end the mall through without lyinp over at riorence. Grikt I Taggert & Co., havo purchased the real estate business of C. E. Sessions, Oakland, Cal. . 1 ' Senator Lane, in the California Legisla ture in trying to paw a bill to compel all cor respondents ot newspapers to sign their ozrn proper names to their productions. The Los Angeles Express, which is one of our moat valuable exchanges, if not the very best, has a kind word for the Miner on see ing it enter upon its thirteenth year and vol ume. "Wo appreciate the compliment, the more, as we know the temper and ability of the Express Editor, and that he never utters n meaningless expression nor praises without merit. New Discovert. G. W. Curtis informs us that two men...

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. — 11 February 1876

f TV Local Intelligence Church Notice. Services every Sandav. at JO-JO. at the Methodist Epis co oal Cliarcb. on Manns street. Prescott. Sunday school Immediately after service. Rev. D. 11. WntouT, Pastor grrciiL Notices in the reading column will .... . - r ... f." becnargcaai inerate oj tihktt cnirrs per une for firtt insertion, and ticentu cent a line for each 1 A - A f ivoMcjucni insertion. For the very best of watcu and clock work co to Bertelixq, Cook's Building, Prescott . Jan7y Wcnave failed to pet our usual amount of mining Items from Peck, Bradsbaw, etc. Mr. Allen bas made a sightly Improvement on his lot, corner of Montezuma and Carlton streets, by grading and fencing witb a neat paling fence If joil want your watches or jewelry neatly re paired or enpraved, take them to Howakd, the watchmaker, at L. B. Jewell's old stand. Cor rect city time. Tm rinv rMtnrnnrl frnm f a vlnn'j L.!iunn rtinxfi I M J I J 14 s S W vs aswu wt t'HVVJ last evening and reports the herder, spoken ...

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. — 11 February 1876

jHB; m 9a She SJiim LimJBccci.Ea, Register of the land office t Florence announces Patents for I Ian nib J. Postle and Levis J. Alters, ot YiTajtai Countv. "Go out, young man j Ae' not here !" said a Pennsylvania preacber last Sunday, in tie midst of his sermon, to a youth whom he taw standing hesitatingly in the doorway. JToTBtxcol the kind is now apprehended at present, but if Mrs. Twain should be cal led away we hope that she will leare her Mark in the world. D anbury News. Mr. Pridham is about to establish a Wells, Fargo & Co. Express station at White Wa ter, to co-operate with the Wells Arizona & New Mexico Exprew line, which will tike charge of goods from that point on. Los Angelas Pxpress. Mr. Henry "Wells, the bead of Wolls, Fargo & Co.'s Express Company, returned to San, Diego yesterday, with bis wife to sp:nd the "Winter. Our citizens who made bis ac quaintance during bis sojourn here last Win ter, cordially welcome him back again fSan Diego Union, Jan. 20. A s...

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. — 18 February 1876

mono ilia4 Vol. XIILNo. 7. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY IS, 1S76. Established 1S64. JW THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr.... T- J" . BUTLEK. Tlie first number of the WEKKLT MlXF.lt was issued oo larch 9. Je. xai in this, its twelfth year, it can, with truth, cUlm " he th oldest, larjf-st and be.t newi paper in tbe Territory. Subscription Rate3 Joe Copy, Onn Year S7.00 ' 8ix Months 4.00 ' Three Months 2.50 dingle Cri 25 Advertising Hates. One inch ("12 lines of this typ.in rolnmn. $3.00 for first insertion nml S1.50 per Inch for each adilltion.il insertion. A liberal iliscount from above rates will be made to per nonstrho advertise largely by thi year, half yew or Huartrr. Professional and business cards Inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sendlnc ns money for subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward It by t.hu, or otherwise, at their own run. l!ial Tender .Vof'- taken at par in payment for tul fcrtplion, advertising and job ivark. fTJTEU...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 18 February 1876

T. J- Sutler. Editor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1876. It mast be a sight, to see the Citizen wri ter "edit," when an idea like that about sorted feet" strikes him. Hon. James W. Mandiville Controller of a:a e ft-1 t i i.i. ui u. nwoujeuio, reo. iiu, oi uu congestion 01 me Drain. The Sacramento River was higher at Co Iusa on the 10th inst. according to a dispatch of that date than ever before known. The country completely inundated for miles. Gold in N. Y., on the 10th, 113?. Green backs in S. F., 88 S9r. When facts are properly placed before tbe public it matters but little where they come from, and we should not now notice the circumstance of the San Diego Union's copy- ing an item of ours on school lands, and giv- ing credit to the Citizen, had that paper not repeated the same item in its next issue, wrong credit and all. General Kautz ordered a General Court martial to meet at Fort Whipple on Saturday last, composed of Major Martin, Capt. Kerin, and Lieut. Savage, Lynch, Pitcher, Scot...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 18 February 1876

4 LOCa! Intelligence Church Notice. Serr5ce every Snndar. at 10:30. nt thm Mt WLt F.n! copal Cburch, on Marina street, Prescott. Sunday school immediately after serrice. Rr.v. D. K. WiaciiT. Pastor Special Notices in the reading column will be charged at the rate of tiiiktt cants per line for first intertion, and Uccnty cents a line for each tuhtequent intertion. For the very best of watch and clock work co to Bektelixo, Cook's Buildinjr, Prescott. Jan7y J. L. Fisher lias for sale an excellent light thoroutjhbrace wapon, horses and harness ; also an ambulance. Mr. Kemminirton, an old Trinitarian, left yes terday to attend the Centennial. He expects to be back late In the Summer or early in the Fall. The new rMt.-iur.int and lodtrinz house men tioned last week, which is al-ont being started by J. G. Dudley and Fred Williams, is .nearly ready to do business, and will have an advertisement in the next issue of the Minek. Mr. Dawes, in the employ of the House of C. P. Head & Co., wh...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 18 February 1876

I If endMl i TS f everjlf tcrdaj'i 1 fortM i been!?! . Kxl Onthj Dec. il A' II: tsYj? i He Minn. The New Boy." He ma3e bis appearance at one of tbe Union schools tbe otber morning, and arriv ing ahead of time be prevented any feeling of loneliness from seizing bira by licking three boys and riding the gate off its binges. He went in with tbe crowd when tbe bell rang, and finding no empty Beat perched himself on the woodbox. When the children repeated the Lord's Prayer" in concert the boy "kept time" with his heel ; and when they came to sing he argued that variety was tbe spice of song, and attempted to sing one of his own one ibat a gentleman naoied Daniel Tucker, who dreamed that be was dead, and so forth. Tbe teacher warned him to keep still, and he replied tjac he would not come to that school if his musi cal qualifications were to be overlooked. When school finally opened the teacher se cured his name and began asking him ques tions in order to find out bow he should be graded....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 25 February 1876

a. miMBUM. " ITiTT fir r-rirmrriwm-mniniimi.il i , ,. i ... . .. . , - . ' ! tI f voixni. m s. i- PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY BVEXKiR, FEBRUARY 25, 1S70. EStaMisliefl TS6ir IHBL18HED IWEKY ntiiJAir - j. -rl T. J .larcU 9;1H.n.l in th!f,,li tWrteh yr; it can, Tim flrit numlwr of tu v m.km jni with Initio eWui to be tho oldeM, b the Territory. Subacriptlda Rates'1 3oebory7nB Yar 4 Six Month " Ture Mouth S7.00 4.00 ...fi 2.50 25 dingle Cl-- ' t . Advertising Rate3. , ; v One Inch fl2 llu'iof till triH, in column. $3.00 for flrt 'interlionnftdSl'W.lx'rlocli forearU .gddittnnal inMjlfon.. A liberal ilitcount from above rate will bo made to vr- too who advertise largely by the year, half year crl quarter. . Profrwlonul anil biuine MrJ Tniertisl njwrirrawn.v bte term. eron cmllnsr nl jnnneyjof ubrlpt!n, aiirrtllnir Mr Job work, .may furjrurd It V null, or otiierwUo, nt HhlrownTllc.4 '"' " 14 Lgal TnJrr Xotti taken at par in payment for tub teriptinn, adcertitittg and jolt icnrk: ESTKKltS. In...

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. — 25 February 1876

3 clT- C5o 1 ,T. IButler, Etlitor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1876. William .jSanborn of Michigan lias been confirmed by the TJ. S. Scna'e as Secretary of Arizona, Vice Coles Bashford resigned. We have received a memorial card, and invlatation to attend the dedictation of the "American Union Memorial Case'' at Buffalo, K. Y., on the 12th of Feb. 187C, being the 67th Anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Ik the Citizen of the 19th, we find the proceedings of the District Court commenc ing Feb. I4th in Tucson, Judge French pre siding. E. F. Dunne and Murat Mastcrson were admitted to practice, and John V. Leonard's name added as Attorney for Plaintiff in a civil suit. Ox the 18th of Feb. General Kautr issued an order directing Lieut. W. L. Pitcher who was then at these Headquarters to proceed to ForH Yuma, Cal. to take charge of and conduct to their proper stations the recruits for companies 0, D, E, G, I and K. 8th In fantry. A. A. Surgeon, O. J. Eddy, will ac company the recruits as...

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. — 25 February 1876

r - 1 Local Intelligence. Church Notice. . mrw flmular. t0i30. at the Methodist Epii- ooeJ Church, on Marina f treet. lrecott. Sunday school lmTmldlatelr serrice. Key. I. B. WalOUT, Paitor .i-nr VrvrirRS in the rradina columns trill l.-..n.Anf ft, rati- of TITIIITT CUNTS VCT lint vm . . - -j -- - - for first insertion, and twenty cenlt a line for eacn jw&MfttCMf insertion. For tbe very best of watch and clock work go to BwtTKJKQ, Cook'8 Bulldlujr, Prescott. Jan7v W. A. Linn and wife, who removed from here to Tucson last Fall, hare returned satisfied to lire In Prescott. Next week wc shall publish a full report ot the receipts and expenditures of the Williamson Valley School District. Cant. Solomon Shoupe's leg was successfully." amputated February ism, ana mepauenija uumK M well as could be expected considering his age and the fact that be has now lain upon his back nearly four months. We hear that some of A. W. Callen's men hare discovered a promising gold-bearing Telu near Wal...

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. — 25 February 1876

LECtAI. mt Ik YUMA COUNTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. GOVERNMENT. "031 man.' iarlcl -..If 11 If cndedf tcrdajj fortj;l been ef lias b ford II! in Fiji)! ties M ; lationlf of hislTi 1 i Cnl 1, Ox Feb. 5tb, the Governor commissioned "W. D. Southworth and .Tames Goujrh as no taries public for Yavapai County and Parker the same for Maricopa County J. A. ThkEIIco Independent asserts that the Leopard mine at Oornncopio now has 0,000 tons of ore in sight, which wiil not.milll less than S200 to thu ton. Including the new Statu of Colorado, with three votes, the next Electoral Gollcge will consist of thirtr-ci-jlit States and three huidred and sixty-nine members. Governor JlcUormick nnd wile arrived in Santa Fe, on the morning of the 23d ultimo, and were hcartilv welcomed and enter tained by the citizens and military. "My son," siid a stern parent to a seven- . f . i ,. i? year-oia nopciui, "i must discipline yu. Your teacher says you arc the worst boy in school." "Well, papa," was the reply, "only ye...

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. — 3 March 1876

VOL XIIL No. 9. PBESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1S7G. Established 1S64. THE; ARIZONA MINER. . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, .. ..BT, . . . T. J". BUTLER. The llrit nnnbrr of thn WKEKLT MlXF.lt wu limed on lurch 9, 1SH. an i thli, It thirteenth ywir, it can, with truth, claim to be the oldeit. and Ixit Dewipapct 4a 1h Territory. Subscription Rates S7.00 4.00 5n Copy, On Yar MX aioniii...- " Tliree Monthf dlnclf Cwple ... 2.50 ... 25 Advertising Rates. One5nohfI211nerthI trp"). in eolamn. $3.00 for first iQlrrtlrm Mil 41.50 pr inch 'far ctli additional inttrtloo. A liberal diteouut from alwrc rates will lx made to per ion who advertise largely by the year, half year r quarter. FrofuMional and butinta card Inserted upon reasona ble trnni. Perioni lendint nt ranner for obrHntiim. adrertiilnr or lob wurlc. raav furtrard U taail. or otherwise, at tbair oirnriric. lAjil Ttttdfr XoUtMtnat par in payntnt for tub ttription, adreminjr and job ttark. t3f TKItMS. fn adrancr inrtriabty. AGE...

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. — 3 March 1876

'.T. T. !Butlr. Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1876. Ox February 21, Got. Saffonl appoints William Towell and E. H. Smith Notaries Public for Mohave county. It Is strange what an Influence greenback! bare over the muslcjil faculties. Ever since pay. day at the Post, we bare enjoyed an almost un intercepted serenade by musical soldiers who hare conrertcd tbe brewery next door Into a sort of Harmonic Hall. This Leap-Year business is queer. It Is really funny wben lucre Is to be a leap-year part-, to ec a bachelor clean shaven and dressed up, waiting for some lady to call and luritc him to go to the dance, and when she doesn't come at all, bin only consolation after be has gircn It up and concluded not to go Is, that be has served many a one just so, and now be knows bow it is himself. Lkxt. Tills holy season, which several Christian Churches observe us a time of hu millution and plain living in commemora tion of the fast of the Savior, legan day be fore yesterday, and will continue forty da...

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. — 3 March 1876

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. gervicet erery Sunday, at 10-JO, at the Slethodltt Tpli' cot Church, on liarinattreet. l-retL Snnday ctiool InimediaUly after e price. Rzv. D. D. WWOHT, Pattor S rE CI Notices in the reading columns tciU be charged at thejrtte of thiktt cr.vrs Vtrhne. for fnt insertion, and twenty cents a line for eacA subsequent insertion. For the very bett or watch and clock work go to Bektelino, Cook's Bulldlujr, Prescott. Jau7y Siiootino and Screaming On Wednesday night, the soldiers at tbe post Laving been paid ofl that day, tbe town was unusually boisterous witu drunken men, shouting, sitting, etc., and sometime during the night several shots were beard, and a woman's voice screaming, as if In great distress. Those who heard it differ as to Its locality In the tow n, as It appears to have been heard Iu several places. We have beard of no cases of violence, and tbe screaming and shoot ing remains a mystery. W. L. Hemphill, the blackgmllh on Granite street, who...

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. — 3 March 1876

4u LEGAL -0 im 1 1 1, i . .U1j, a "MEDICAL- met. SPECIMi, NOTICES. GOVERNMENT. S V XT J roe tradersigned hTmr oM tbehr entire business, WoWl S t)w 'ObcAn John Ktnf"AK Kill. ir(inib. Cisco, we thank th- pubSe tar their lfcend patronage end ojuuoiuura ui me Kuae lor tne new cm. , ' li U WOLDENBERG. M. WOLDENBERG. B. Ellis & Co bavins- bourht the above rfrirr'W busi- oe". beg to uobOmtlj the Wie ud goUeiB of Pre- COtt and Tlcinitr that we will rrnlrnlih nuritncknf irriodi ud will constantly, keep on hand a general assortment of VMdtetbtta! toaireoeral merchandising aad s-UWrtjag tore, ADd by Ctir dealing'bope to merit the confidence of powit . . .11. 10.10 &CU Preseott, Teb.H. 1876. f25t4 56 Administrator's Sale. SEALED PROPOSALS, or bids, will be received by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of James Is. Milifr, deceased, until the lltb day of March. A.D. 1676, at Bon of that day. Jor the purchase of any or all of the iollowiag described lets of horses and cattle be...

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. — 10 March 1876

I , wmm - -m - fc -jjjujuuuimijj. iijimi w '"rr iri urTMi -' 1 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1S76. Established 1864. rri TTTT Vv 111. ... W 111 . inr. A. vr ' .. r i i I f VM.W . . ' J . . - , , , , , , THE ARIZONA MINER. p - - - . PUBLISHED EVERV FRIDAY. ....BV.f. i t. J. Btr TLEB Thii flrtt nnmber of the VTKEKLT MIXER wm Ltu.don -ll-eb rSS U " thto.ltt thirteenth yer; It , trtS? tortbfeWmtobethS o!d..t, nd be.t newir. fa the Territory. Subscription Rates corr. Vrlir 'nn .. Clr (,mlhl 4.00 Tlir! Months....... 2.60 JI 2o ' Advertising Rates. On Inrh ( 12 tine of thU tvp0. In column. $3.00 for flrt Wi-rtluo und 81.50 per Inch foroaeU additional lnertion. A liberal dineount from above ratei will be md to rr .on.who advertUe Ureelr by the- year, half year or nuirttr. l'rofelonal and biuinew cardi Iwerted npon reaiona. Ttrinni lending n money fm ubcrlptlon. adTertUinr r lob work. irwy forward tt n sail, or """""- tk.ir nn r at- Zffal Teiuhr Kettt faton at par injiaytntntf...

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. — 10 March 1876

T- J. Sutler; Editor. FRIDAY. MARCH 10, 1876. General Sheexas would rather srrite than be prtsideat," .1-!' J : Jckixo Iep-jcar erery women has an in alienable rigbt to make lore and the fire in the morning. Geo. C. Goeham has published a pamph let in which he adrocates the power of a State Legislature to regelate fares and freights of railroads. Governor Safford appointed, March 1st, Marat Masterson notary public for Yavapai county; and on the 3d, Edward Cadwallader, commissioner of deeds to reside in Sacra mento, California. Chief Justice White of Utah has left that Territory for Alabama on business. The Salt Lake Tribune says: lYe wish no harm to the Judge, but we hope he will never return. He is not a cheerful personage, he does not adorn the bench wjth his presence, his deafness has already ruined the voices of the most of our attorneys and his perversity and incompre hensible crotchets have created in them all a deplorable habit of profanity. Lincoln County, 'ev of which Pioch...

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. — 10 March 1876

IP!". 4 i : ; t . . : Local Intelligence. . - Church Notice. 8enrices erery Sunday, at 10:30, at the MetbodUt Epis copal Church, on Mario street, rmcotl Sooday school iiamsdiauly after ervice. Knv. D. D. Weight, Pastor SrECIAL NOTICES in the reading column will be charged at thermic of THinTT CENTS per line forfirtt insertion, and twenty cent a line far each tubstjuent insertion. For the very best of watch and clock work jo to Berteliko, Montezuma Street, Prescott. janTy Capt. Hakorave, we hear, Is slowly Improving and hopes are entertained of his recovery. The owner of a fine pocket-knife, picked up on Willis street, last Sandfly evening, can learn where it is y culling at this office. John Rarrick thinks he will be able to report another wedding at Verde soou. He says the sign Is getting rlzbt. And in the meantime slrnllsr suspicions attach to parties in Prescott, not many doors from the Miner office. Hat Bought. Gideon Cornell hns purchased the entire hay crop for the coming seas...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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