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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 January 1868

0 MINER. vox... V ISOOTT, ATOI-ATST, JVA-TTIAJTCY 11, 1SGW. 2VO. 2. X ni , ,iall .vpnjM r, ilivolr.l fri I lie i . iiltulln" of f'niiitlliillfinnl I'l Inrlpli of Guvrrntnuili "Mil llic nilratici-mrtit nf PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, PBESCOTT, T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! 7.(HrOi cOtlW six months: f j oh.' oopT, three months, SSjb. Hiii'1i- Copies, 2ft ennta each. ADVERTISING RATES: r , i p-, one limit, 2.00; each additional ,.ri, one lime, ?3.0Q; oach additional ' n'i'Miil half square a ltd square, seine , . , ntn meaar!iig over one-loir eiwru t 1 "id ehnrgeffonr- Miaare. -fount will be made to person eon i ,' -ame adverttaemeHt for three, six, or , . ...nil or butliies card Inserted upon (. ring. f . - I - I ........ i j ,. 7 enarr AOtrs uuten hi jrw- ir jnrgiiietn ( nmiiinfl; minjvo wis. Trnni, I nvurlulily In ndvnncc. 1 ui'li-hrmanu rroprieiors. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. t - Wk. F. TncnilL .. t .i,.. IIrzkkiah IlSOOKS, -.(iy notwtar r. i'iatt, ' A. J. JIOOKB. J , ,i.r Jtmt V. MrKK. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 January 1868

mm If 5d- THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. KSTATirilSTnOD lflO'l, J. M. MARIOS KWTOR. PBBSCOTT, , SATURDAY MOUSING. JANUARY 11, m. Mining News. JJig Bagi l)itrict.yir. F. II. Wuntlerllch, wild has lately visited this district, informs us that ho has quite a number of mon engaged in running a tunnel upon the "Ettganie" lode. Mr. Fairish, of San Francisco, accompanied Mr."Wunderlich, and expresses himself highly pleased with the looks of the country and thtt rich now of Uie quarts. Tho upjier or new tunnel of tho. Eugenie is new run into the ledge a distance of about ninety feet. The ledge is full; six feet thick, and the rock looks better than erer before. Tbc several strata of which the ledge U composed are as follows : Next the fboNwnll there aro !etween eighteen inehes and two feet of solid quartz, mixed with small, neatly-formed sulphurate of cop per; next to this stratum, there is about the game thickness of decomposed copper-stained rack; thon there are fully two feot of solid, b...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 January 1868

WSgWCimjJJI.a j.VY MORNING, JANUARY 1J, 16C8. , M m.. -Hi worn A lints.' small mill, un k.niic ami a half miles south of . , ;, n.mtnnlly nt work, grinding corn ; i i'! tnrnl. r. -Wlillc two tflrn xrero coining ,i ,- uiiipi to rreacolt, on Wednesday .'..I near Copper Creek, their atten i, , mi to the notion of a dog whloh nc 1 !,. ii unit which w nt ahead of them , i Tin- men Immediately jerked their nii'l prepared for tho frny. Arriving . pi . e wh'iie Uic (to liml Mooil burking, iw tin f tprint of three noble roil " vll 1 MuwnilrlU" of tlio Apacho persuasion, , l . ibt. lint for thu watchfulness of thn , 1 have ri'imiltieil hkl In the hniili nniil , , lip 1 within shooting distance, when, 1 ,i,!. thoy "fronW Imre given them n i -.alien. Wp warn oiir people to 1. r nuJtnl nml Wp n sharp lookout . They have lieon upon their good I' r ' 'Tal weeks, feasting upiin in. and wheit stolen hy thorn t umwr. Yry likely, they liaro ' 'tinR their Pinnl and Coyotero ' ,i niii' thi ir t.u-ticri ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 January 1868

fpin. Time." damaged San Fiiancisco AtinNCV. Mr. Thomas Hoyce l the only authorized agent for the Mtxr.it In inn Francisco. All Orders li ft at hi office, nortlu.i-t corner of Washington ami Mnnleomtjry atrccU, (up stairs,) will 1k promptly nttciiilrtl 10. The Voice, of Nature In solemn itlllness Nature wclU An cudlCM strain of lore, which IclU 'flic wisdom, might and wondroiw lore Of Hint vrhq reigns and rules above Tlie green-clad groves, thocloml-cappod hills, 'Ilia foaming eo and rol!e rillf , Arc all Inscribed with Ills great naule All spread abroad Ills matchless fame. Whan evening's fair and constant bride Illumus thu world and stroll the tide, Upon her features mild nnd grand I seen tht stamp of God's own hand. Her shitting cohorts, clustering roond iter fhdeloM form, all westward bound, All noble blend their inftirece To tell their Maker's oxeellrncc. And when the distant thunder's crash And red-hot lightning's vivid flash Throw blinding balos round their path, Wc sec an em...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 18 January 1868

Jfci PRESCOTT, SA.rX,TJI,X-A.Y, .JTV.TVTD'lJR: 1, 1S6S. ISO. 3. v l)Mni i itli- KcwMinixr, ilovoliil o tliii Inriili iillcm of Coiistltiitloiml I'rlnclpln of uovr riimm't l' ,,c "lvnncrinrnt r tl,r interests of i: very t!on of Arizona. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PEESCOTT, T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: i i , v, on' year, . I I'll' L"l'Jt IIIIJJ llluilbWB , . Copies, 'Jfi cents each. ADVERTISING RATES: , otic time, $3.00; each additional f ,, ouo tune, 94.00; each addttteaal ial half square end square, Mtno i iit measariiig over one-half square t : mil charged f"" square. . ml will',- m kIc lo -pornmj con - ii'K- udf rti .( ii)LUt for lUree, six, or 1 or bm-lncn cards Inserted upon !'. ' J.n l-r A' lot iakmttl ;tw M pmpumU i. a It erating and joii tcork. T rm, Jnvnrluhly In ndvnncr. tltloN, ENV. U. WKAVKR, i i' li-licra and Proprietors. r ' "A PAI COUNTY DIRIJCTORY. Wit I. Ttbxbk. JliotnruH Itfcon, - ., 1, r JottN I'. IKHrnKK, .t. t ytvuitM Guar, l . . ,. 1 Umut,. .13. W. WtUS, JR. l...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 18 January 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. II. JIAlOOK Ul'lTOB. PBBSCOXT, SATURDAY MORNIS'G. JANTARY 18, IMA To Subscribers. We will notify onr subscribers of tho date of expiration of the time for which they shall have pnkl, and, should they not renew their anbscrlp Hons, In a reasonable tlmi, they need not expect to receive the paper. The Arizonian and the Governor. Tho sir-IBM ft, a paper published at Tuc son, has lately undergone some change in size and appearance. It is now about two-thirds as large as the Mi.veit, and is pretty well filled with reading matter. Its editor, Sydney R. DeLong, Esq., gives his readers a " salutatory," in the fht number of the new series, in which he promises to ad vocate the interests of Arizona Territory, etPteiallv Southern Arizona. Tie says he is t w controlled by no clique or party, and will en deavor to tell the truth, a thing we think him utterly incapable of doing when spooking of the largest and best portion of Arizona, i , the region of country nor...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 18 January 1868

ryt G2J 1 !;i W MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1808, LOCAL 3STE-WS. i r v Mm 1 Mi , i (;h.ik.-1V train or 1'. M. Chapman. , , ,1,11V'. nt Walnut Grove, ImI week, ,1 ,,i , .rii. The wagons wore loaded np , ;, luck to YVIokenlmrg. Fred. Henry . i ;tt tin" Grovo from tlm new settla i ilt river, where, lm tmys, thing nru. . ml' ll'u'ly. Tim old ditch was being i , irri '! sufficient wider to Irrigate u ,,ui f hind. J'r Henry, wo nro iorry 1rn hn not yet rocovurcd rroiu tho iigno. "w l! n i irii to tlio settlement m Boon as ho . . lr- Iwaltil. r- 11 . -1 1, .. ...I .. .... 1 1 v, li, ri' fri'in N'ickenliurg, Inform! us Ihul, , vn. k ago, n eqnnd of Indians enc - iii:.; five head of mules the prop- I". M. Chapman, ont of lib corrsl at 'I he Vulture mill was running, and lirik. I'liinMerultlo ruin had fallen, w tie. In ("nn'iinnnce.vcry mudilj. iliftlculiy thut the teamster narl .. mi -u'O l iud scuoonfi employed In 1 1. Irum tin' mi i io to the mill. in:. -Captain E. I), linker, Qnar .i '.imp Whipp...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 18 January 1868

r jOav "sawr as:' JR.. aiilJI.J.afc. ?3 11CV. Sis lMiJ0ir AasNcr. Mr. Thomas Hoyee I the only nulhorlrcil ai nl for lite Minkk In S.in Francisco". AH orders trft at Ills olUco, uorthr.ist - owner of Washington ad Moniifomery (trim, (ttp stair,) will nc protnptly attended to. THE CONDITION OF THE COUNTRY. The Causes AVhicH have Led to It. A Clcnr Stntemsnt by Revcrdy JohuaoiL 4 nrtM it 1. Tta reAWtin cithwi (an teJntDslWM to tb tlimr MMBuidttifan wf IM miiuir. It uri tJrWiwly " ry latrtrst, irirat ami iutl,t . It (ulaU-a indoatry In ail us bnwrhri. an.1 sliakns tin nWirtal credit of UiiOmni Juafit wk41t U ten th nil if mjntrtaj H d- , lu(R tt nWn nnra ommiwlTe'fW bmlhWn of taiiH.i,. It pamlrm ojynwetv. without KB" licahHftilj r.m. !;. the vimn eanraM yiifr. oar Muter. 'taetJaliC ami xpo rlraot 4itswtejruTd K (9 trtntvHt rfllU.iit mil ttaloti sf '&U w Softes, and wr and ftetr 1-aVplr mavis lit N)tMt rights, taw Mt'wui txxild not proper. With thai vssvr they wltlSwl Hi Cnwttttltiwi...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 January 1868

. . - -'flat. . ARIZONA MINER. ' W VOI PUKSCOTT, SVrJ?TJ3aiDY9 ;j.AJI7.AJRY 25, 1SG8 WO- 4. (323 . nfmocmtlr. .Vrsi-pncr, devoid! to the. i mlcnllon of Constitution!! Principle of (!o eminent unit tlic nil vnnccniriil of ,)ir litlrrrtt nr every ncciioii 01 vrizonu. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBBSCOTT, -A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . , r,inv one year, ?7.00 One coiy, six months, Vll' ' t '. , , ..,... ....... fcO Ml MOO. vjlinril)j twii;u illinium, V -' Single Copies, Stf cents oacli. ADVERTISING RATES: nlf square, one Uwc, 42.00; each additional ' imr fqtinrc, ono time, f 3.00 ; each additional . ' h additional half equarc and square, samo I , r'i-' in'-nU measurlnic over one-half square t.i oi.nt'-'l nnd charged one square. r.il discount will be m'ldo to persons con- ., - t!..- Mine auvoriieomuiii lur mria:, hi, or , r. 'mnntlis. ,',,,f. s-i.nial or business cards Inserted uion . . ..v 1c ti rit). j;- Isital Tender Xotrt taken at par in jiaymcnl i ,',$'Tijtion, adcerttting an...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 January 1868

1? JS COODg THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. II. MAlltON,.. KntTon. PBBS C O T T , SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, IMS. To Subscribers. We will notify our subscribers of llic dile of expiration of the lime for which they shall have paid, mill, should thoy not renew their subeerlp toi), In a rntuoiublc time, they need' not expect to receive the paper. National Sciiooi, ok Mixks. Senator Stowart, of Nevada, acting, we suppose, upon the suggestion of .1. Ross Browne's Report on the Mineral Resources of the Pacific States and Territories, has introduced into the LT. S. Senate, a bill, providing for the establishment and support of a School of Mines. The re ceipts from the National tax on gold and sil ver bullion, according to the bill, are to bo set apart for carrying on the school, one-liolf of them, after July lr, 1868, to be funded in Government securities as a permanent en dowment to the institution. He proposes to locate the site of the school somewhere on the line of tlio lnron Pac...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 January 1868

rv ,vTl liDAY MOUSING, JANUAUY 2fi, 1S08. J.OCAL NEWS. p ,;1i ifi and J. W. Fine are now nw , j( ., ,i r In Urn Livery and Falo fitablo - at ih'1 "Id stand on Goodwin sheet, op . j,l 1'locotl. Their stable Iim been 1 ,i,'y tiiinl up for Hie colJ weather, und j , intrusted to 'lcIr CM0 receive ft!' r attention nnJ plenty to cat. As will be j'by their advertisement, Mr. Monition offer u rirc dl"'ased or wounded nnitnnls, and from car knoleilgc of pant cures effected by liltn, we iiifliU-tit of his ability tit, In a short time, r k a nek nml dejected animal nsgood as new. t , I: ve a l:irt,' stocH of 'my on hand, which , " r ri tail for tlireo cents a pound. - nee our last, wo havo had, for tbte f j, . 'iile a heavy full of'sttow, between six , , i. : in l'nwwilt, and about nno foot ..rtwo feel on the mountain range f I nn. Tho weather is rather cold, in but our citizens do not appear to i . !i in fact, wo bellovo they rather llko , ' m iiiin-r in which they walk, run jump k .. .'irli ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 January 1868

Svkona Www. T ' 42 8ak FnAJiCisco AoKscr. Mr. Thomas Dover U th only autliorUod agent for the Misnn In wtn Francisco. All orders loft at Ids ofllcc, northeast corner of Washington anil Montgomery street, (up stairs,) -will be promptly attended to. A lir.Aii of a bufltilo recently cneottnU'rcl a Pacific railway train in Kansas, and stopped the locomotive. In Portland, Oregon, cays he JTeraUl, there aro eight churches and two synagogue, capa ble of seating at least -1,000 people. , .-JT ' Cf RCUMSTANTt u Evidence A writrian in Chicago, on visiting her liusbamlVolIlcc and discovering longhair in his hair 'brush, sued for a divorce. Tun colore! people of Prankfurt,Kutilucky, haTe formed a Benevolent Society, and it is itoputnrly known among them as the 'Nevo lBnt 'Cicty. Rich County. Sonoma county (Col.) has over ous hundrod thousand acros of land under cultivation. She calls' for hor bonds, and has the monoy to pay all her debts. Ciibvt tho doctor by being temperate: choat the lawyer b...

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

: '4 'Of PKKCOTT, VrJ?JXT;MY, XXiJ333irjVT 1, 1G8. NO, ;. c::aa1 clzrJl cj?3 V. ....iitlr ftrwM,ul,r,' ilcvolril to (lie 'J.rnnirnt, iiinl llir nil viinrini. nl of t Iiilrrrt of t vry metlini of Arlioiiii. ...nrTuUED SATURDAY HORNINGS, ITJ'SCOTT, T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: t tr, ? 7.00 One copy, M.v months, Hi,. . "I'V, three months. 8IA). ( ,,ii s, 2ft cents each. ADVERTISING RATES: , on time, $2.00; eaeh additional t t,iK time, $8.00; Oftch additional ,l li.itr ssjiisre nd square, win , i - i:r :iurliiK over one-lmlf square i 1 . ti'l Hiarged one square. ,mi te nimlti to liersons con. a Urtiscinent for three, six, or , or tuii'mem cards Inserted upon ; ,i r Xntet tnkmi at jmr in paymtut i i ri tiiiiuf unit Job levrk. Tcrnn, liiviirlulily l nilvnnre. 'UON, IIBKJ. H. WEAVER, 1 its and Proprietors. TAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. wm, r. Twwrnn. 1IMF.KUK llSOOnM, ItoBHirr I. Purr, A. J. Moosu. Jons 1'. UOI BKr, Wiujam Ooar, ),. i . ,rt ....It. v. wuc, Jr. I l UMS or COURTS i 1 Monday la Mjr,...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 1 February 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. 11. MAIUOX Bnrroa. SATURDAY MOIININO. I'HBHUAKY 1. r,K To Subscribers. We will notify our snlwrribers of the date of expiration Of the time for which they shall hare pW, awl, should they not renew tbelr mifmcrlj tlons, In reasonable time, they need not expect to receive the ;per. Transfer of Pah-Ute County. The Nevada papers arc jugt now, discussing tho (Mints st issue in the omeof the transfer by Congress, of this portion of Arizona' to their State. The Reese IUver llettilU con tends tltflt the question Is already settled, and that our county of Pah-Ute is now a part of Lincoln county, Nevada. It bases its opinion upon the following resolution, which, accord ing to it, passed the Legislature of its State at its last session hut w inter. Tho resolu tion is as follows: "fesotW, by the Legislature of the State of Nevada, that the Territory bounded and described in the second section of the afore said Act of Cong res of the United States, is hereby acc...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 1 February 1868

V" KI'AV. FKUnUAUY 1, 1808. LOCAL 3STEWS. A? m r fiRoTR. Slevo Stephenson nnd ,r. in 'wn from tl'o firovc tlie past w t'ld us that everything wets pros , ',it lofiility. The ground ha been , ,;tiirb, nnl tlmt braneh or the farm , was scarcely ynt commenced, ul i li 'li' ploughing tiM already been dime. .1. r and wifij nrrlvod homo from Cnl , , i - Sunday tibjht. The Indians have t . ...r late. i .iimex. Owfng to the recent iucccs I :i h orking Sterling eMlphurete, the i ..11 crone of which this pocloty li i nr jtt-t now w full or hope as nn egg Mould their dazzling dreams of fn , t . realbwd, Comtte will have to . . sr.il und go elow, ns, in tlmt cmo. i u -evoro retaliation upon the tiller I i used to be a inctnber in good tin- Concenlralora.und conswpiently, ...i.n r of big cropping, nico enso- iniens, and dividends, but, on r locating a tyte-inetal lode, and lady, tbe old crow-halt of the wr understand, rend us mil or their a-, mid of course we am down upon I. .wkk A oca Pkto. Mes...

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

SU'isoiut Miner. Six Pkancisco Aoency. Mr. Thomas Hoycc U the only authorised agent for the Minsk In wn Francisco. All orders lefl at lilt ouieo, northeast comer of Washington mid Montgomery streets, (up stair,) will bp promptly attended to. Some one has beautifully ?ald : " Truth is immortal; the sword cannot pierce it, lire oannot con mine it, prisons cannot incarcerate it, famine out not itam it. "When the ladies of the court of Sweden had finished hugging and kissing Admiral Parragtit, they on eh and all exclaimed, "farry goot. A mtto-HBAHTED contemporary ?ioaks of Mrs. l.lnooln'3 wandering as tho "widow' cruise." On one branch of the Madison river, in Montana, the hot springs may be counted by hundred, and some of them ar geysers, or spouting Mreih, of a very high temperature. This stream used to be called the "t iro Hole River." The Stinking Water River derives U name from a large spring of sulphurreted hydrogen near Its source. KrftOPK at jieacc, yet hr armies number tw burni...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 8 February 1868

,o'J VOL. "V- ,l?ItESC()TTs. SITIJIfcOA.Y, irEBRIJAKi 8, 1SGS. NO. O; .1 DftHorrnllr. ,Vpiviii prr, ilt-vntcil fti (he ' Inculcation of Ciinatllutluiiitl I'rlnrlilr f Oovcminriit, nnil llic nilraiirrmciiit of tlir Interest of rvfi')' nee I Ion of Arlimiit. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT- , pbescott, rru .f TERMS 0? SUBSCRIPTION: Ou c ! ) 011' r"r 0'"' C0J,) kr mouth, W. One copy, three month, fJJO. Ingle Copies, 'JG ccnta each. ADVERTISING RATES; Hjr siptare, 01,0 time, &-.00; each additional tim ?t 00. Oi. Kii.iro, ono tlinu, $.0Q; cook additional t.n. ?1 i u additional half square ana square, wttno f .l r'l" men's uieatirlnK ovnr one-half gquare 1 be counted and cltrtrced on fquarc .. i.il discount will tie made to iierson con U II" ! advertisement for three, elx, or I tn n'l. ... IV i - 'Jiml or busine. enrda Inserted upon -r ,. 'It rni. if Tni'lf Xottt taken at par in payment f t in tmp'ion, ad rei timxg and job ttvrh. Trrnn, 1 h vn rlubly In uilvniicr. JOHN' H MAItlOV, nf....

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 8 February 1868

AT v M - tv -r tiV ri V ViryriYiTv W 1 THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. MS'l'VIiljlSltiniD isa-i 3. 11. MAMON.. i TOIL :e re s a o a? a?: SATURDAY" MOKNINV,. FKIIUUARV 8, 186S. To Subscribers. We will notify our ulirrloers of the date of expiration of lUe tlmo for wblch Ussy sball bave ptltl, anil, should they not renew their subscrip tions, hi n reasonable time, they need not expert to receive the paper. Attention, Democrats. The Democrat of l'reseott and vicinity- ro re-1 qnwtwl to roct nt the Court House, lu l'reseott. on tbU (Saturday) evening, at four o'clock r. m., to cori'iilt with each other anil rre upon some plan by which a thorough organization of the puty may b etrected, throughout the Territory. By request of MANY DEMOCRATS. To the Democracy of Arizona. Democrats of Arizona, the time 1ms come for you to dispel the drowsy, lethargic spirit that has brooded orer you for the hist four year, nnil wake up to a sense of the duty you owe yourselves and the noble national party o...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 8 February 1868

1. wi ii. CVY1 mmux. TI !M' Y, FEBRUARY R, lWft. LOCAL NEWS. I,, i. W KNr. ."ujieriiitomlpnt of Indian Af- , " , t' U Territory, nnd Dr. W. W. Jones, nr i. f. t - it n i. . l ill rrrroll. iroin mi i nr., iiii i cunosimy nnd arc stopping nt Hie Prcseott Hotel. " rtiUM'it mint- In ttits Kuctiun, Itcforu t Lit I'u. Dr. Jones brought 111 n , rijnU' ii nrw subserltiers to the Mivkii, j nti. county. ior which ne merits nnd will ,.,i tt "'Ppl OUT imiicuiu ui.umi. 1 M'lllt..... II... .. 1' fiup ii.mjmo(. ii iiimiu i.iim. wnL'nn , ,.r ut t'.uiip Wlitpplo, who lately returned f n Li m gin, told 111 that Cuptnin Carr und rniril ai nrnvru in wmi jinni irwn .ncinnv 1 x ll( w.w liu're, nftur locating n route fui , r-.i'l lt4twe'H tho two hU. At M . L . ill. ft U'ifll 11 tllirt flf lit It nrimi.n.i..! 1 ( ,j.f (urr's party, when both skirted lor I, , , in pick vtil Und locate 11 wagon road. V b r. mi. i'pck, rihi other cltl7.en. ' , . :' i mployes,) uoeoinpniiicd the c.xpo- 1 -T SrKVKNUOSi who wag...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 8 February 1868

gvisoiut Sis Fha.ncibco Aonsr-T. Mr Thomas lloyce Is the only authorized atrent for the Minkk in San Francisco. Ail order tea ft hi oillce, northeast corner of Washington and Montgomery Btrcvts, (up talrO will be promptly attended to. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS! The East. .NOT AH 11Y MM 11 nVKO. Know ya the land where the apple nnrf peaelras Are eitjbjomtt of work doim luyjjard Yank, Win re th postnge-stainp bonnet and MHMfto- skin breeches .j,Son iueU,iu to kiwlng,aud1tpuiHt,us,Uj(itiW? Know yc the Inn J of the chlcr aud cakes, Where they hare the b'g quilting, corn-shell-lnjr, "elm Imkee." Where surly old Koreas deals right anil left blows, And, plant lift brll)t color on every one's nose; Where the pumpkins and squnahdsre'loily good fruit; ' . ; . r,. n And thej;gle-eyl owl slug his " boot-adoct- Where Americans, Irish, DaUb, African, Turk, In color though varied toHir eaii wwk, And the bet one or nllla the oaa that don't , shirk; Where Ihe eirls aro nil pretty, where poU and pans. ...

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