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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 April 1870

mmx. All Sorts of Items. The, Itostqu 1'otl say that it put a man in gOtJU "locift standthj; t6 steal half a million dollars In that town. A Minnesota juror addressed a noto to the judge, in which he styled him as "Onarable jug." T r . j At Norwich, Ct , porno "frionds" of a min ister au.rpri.scd him with a present of $150, aiuL then hung about his house and stole hia sliTcrwire, worth over $300. I'lio negro luombers of the Georgia Legis laluro aro putting on extraordinary stylo in the way of clothing. The most of them wear pity hat.s and tight breeches, and all sport glorcs and walking canes. Several of them have made desperate attempts to part their hair in tho middle, uut very few have yet accomplished the feat. It is now the style among tho white dandies to comb their, hair as far' down into their eyes as 'stble, and some of tho colored gentlemen have tried to mako their wool do the same way, so as to bo fashionable, but tho result so far has been discouraging. Tho more wc pulvc...

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. — 9 April 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VII. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. stniscuiirrioN-: 0ae Conr. One vrTTrrTTrTTTT S 7 00 .. ' Plx Months 4 00 u Throe Months 2 50 Single Copies,.... 25 Papers will not be sent unjesp paid for In mi Tin e. and will invariably be discontinued at the ,nJofthc tlinf paid for. ADVJS IV VI S ING: One sqtnre. one time, $3.00; each Additional time, 1-W. Each additional square, miuo rate. . i ii .luiniml will lift miilf In nersnn con- tlnninz the same advcrtlscincut for three, six, or tweire months. Proftsslonal or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job 3? r i ii t i n pr - Tin: Mist i ottm Is well supplied with Presses, l'lsln FariSY nd Ornamental Tyic and the pro prietor 1 determined tp exc;utovill jvyrk with whl' h he my bo tavorcd In tueucatestoand best itrle of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, ami, when Accompanied with the casli, It mil be promptly executed a...

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. — 9 April 1870

3 Te T"rooottS"Vrlzonn UNirritory. 5ATUKDAY MOItNISO APIIHj 0. 18T0. Unit Krnnrlarn rcmc,-. THOMAS HOTt'i: li the antborlicd accnt for the JUNES In San Francuco. Orden ln thli (ilfinn, Xo.i)0ftc..od ltoor Merchant'i Kxrhance. California utrcrt, Iwton Montgomery. wlu b rrunW ntteatlevlj.to. ,.. I 1. I'ISIIER, roomtWand 21, Merchant'! Eschanse, California trct; San I'raocUeo, I autboriied to net as t nt lur the Ml.NT.R. Stogie' coplct of the JIlXEB cao be purchased at the 1'ottofflct. ' New Military Post. Captain Preston, of Gen. Orel's staff, ar rived at Fort Whipple, recently, from South, ern Arizona, and from him wo learu that a site for a new post, to be built near the Sierra Blanca, or White Mountain, had been selected previous to bis departure from Camp Goodwin, several weeks ago. This is, cer tainly, a move in the right direction. Many yilKinous Apaches dwell in the White Moun tain country, and the establishment of a strong post in their midst will, most assur edly, check and h...

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. — 9 April 1870

t 1 Local lnlclllscncc. IMtK-scoTT, April 0, 1870. Steal Four Animals from a Prospecting Party. Indians Ko,nc three weeks o, a parly or nine proi ion left I'rcseott for a tour throuRhthemoun. t s nnd in their r.tml.lcs were discovered by the mini, anu in , . wi.ii0 mrty wnn en- ramtic.1 near mm i m , , . ttbtar? tpl prospector. n, while of the r o'ry. ,nvllc. a party of cl.-u-n wvnKf fm n qT.lc.ly In u clrel,. nt the hollo,., o( flttlns n""Ai rnnlUh nine wire discussing Xt to do ml how to act, Hie Indian. dlscoy. them and retreated a, speedily as.i-osslblc. Milne. I""-" ",c "" ,,7 crcd thctu ru Tnecs.-Tho prcent U a good tlmo to pUnt fruit nd Hiadc trees, and we hope all who cm will do io. ronT wutppi.t. Wo vlsllc3 thl' P0,ti vrll,c1' i. iir,! one mile north of Prcseott, Saturday and were hospitably entertained by Its gen- manly offlcers. Order and cleanliness were ol u,An,. .ri nronnil the iwrrlson. which Is one of be hea lhlest In America. General Wharton, A., nr iho subdUtrlcl. a...

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. — 9 April 1870

Phases of Life. Few rsons realize what life what sort of life is around them. The happy home is HituHtcptrom tno uwo.atenresiuejcueenm hearts come daily in contact with bleeding - a . .. l l 1 ones and do not know it. ! cc v . too f 1.wlftforclMeoWrlor.W dhooil iiMe1I into tPinti.- iamwrt ,?o v.x ago, w.i-rc one realizes mat a inaugc u.w iuihc, wiiu, i too. is evervwhere. yet often concealed. Men I f .1.-. . ...... i. . ....... e. ....... have- vastly more trooblo than they will avow. The tears of manhood aro not rare. When poor, we often appear rich ; when sad, wc often smile. Kach season of life Is full of care, and is relieved hero and there only by the kindnem of divine providence: The child lay down to rett; Ills brlcht eye had no fair; 1U glad heart full no tear, ' Nut yet by grief dlstrcst ; , One Utile hnud Hill clasping his toy, ., Ills dreams were only dreams of Joy. !.' ' The man lay down to tceev ; " Since he had been a child, etcrn crier and anguish wild, Those thorns w...

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. — 16 April 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YIL THE ABIZOIUMEB. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, A1UZ01A. siniscrtiTrrox: H i' Three Months..... 250 Sln?td Copies,... Vanors will not be ent unless paid for tn ad. ncAanil will invariably be discontinued at the tii ohlic time paid for. ATDVISn L'lBINO: Onf squire, one time, 83.00; each additional Urn f 1 Eilc" nddltlonal square, samo rale. i liberal dl'count will be uwde t6 persons con .'nnmir the same advertisement for three, six, or t rttc months, toff-sdonal or business cards Inserted upon rnf. nible terms. job i i ii t i ix . The Mineh o 'T,cf ,s flrc" "Pn,,rtI wl"' I'rec. , .' ,n.i Ornamental Type, and the pro. Vhl h ho miy be lavo'ed In the neatest and bcsl itjle of the art. Work rosy be ordered frUm any part or the Territory, and. when accompanied lth the ctuii. It wi't i). promptly executed and sent by mall, or u directed. Persons scndlns as money for snltscrlptlon. nlwrtistnirorjob work, mar forward It by mail...

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. — 16 April 1870

l,iioott,1.A.i,l!onii I'orritory. SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 16. 18T0. Sun KrnnrNro Asrnry. THOMAS IloYCK I" the autliurUcl mtent fur the MtM'.rt In Nan l'ronct-o. OMirri Irft Hthlt utBi, Jin. ail (cond lW. Mcrrhanfa l.xchance. CallfoniWi treet, Mow Montgumrry, will be lrotn tly aUtuJtJ.U).- L. V. l'MIIKR. room Ml and 91, Merchant'i Kxclianse, California trwt. Son 'rancleo, li authorlicd toactiu airent fur the JlIXF.lt. Slnelo cple of the JILXER can 1 purchuMd at the VottoBlce. The Dark Side. We. like most newspaper scribblers, are too prone to delineates the bright side of J everything, and, perhaps, it w better to do m than to frighten and discourage jwople with angry -looking, charcoal sketches of men, 'matters and things; yet, truth should never be forgotten, mid it compels us to tell our readers that in trying to cast the horoscopo and tako a peep into the future of the Terri tory, wc can discern some black stains some dovilisb-looking clouds hovering fn and about our unfortunate T...

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. — 16 April 1870

Tho Eighth U. S. Cavalry. . Slit Local Intelligence. I'behcott, April 1C, 1870. Another Indian Outrage. H-h Savages Kill One Man, Wound An theTnnd Capture 75 Head of Mule. We had supposed that the "Ily savage, of'thli -.atlatU with the bloody work of the J, lntcr, would keep quiet and irlrr. our pec , r "tin- pt-11, thl print:, hut In this we were prSi v mTstikei . Tl.urad.iy ol last week, a of t - cUrr.tnlued thieve, and murder p '.lonncd down uh).i a herd of mules brlonc E MrArioU V Vulture City, In this county. am ?nn,.nf the herders, wounded the other, and S the m Sto wc "qulcily Rud, about 11-2 X. from the Vulture Mill, and there blnc but Si hirdOT wItli them, the savaircs had noihlntr wdolml Ull and cripple thu her. en, and fly, wl h t c iiotk. to the mountain.. They wt-re pur rid i v a rarty or Mexican, aud sotno workmen from ho , Vulture Mill, but were not, wo arc sor-tiu-htup with. Mr. Mwy. who ar. VurureWtv,MJ.tho Indian, drove the mule. "he eut Vide or the Hnssavampa, to ...

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. — 16 April 1870

fjv. The Indiansand tho Whites. A Confession and Apology. 'Tts time that I Should loose from life at last This heart's unworthy longing for the past, Krc life be turned to lo.lthtlie;. For lovc,iftt Iwst this lore of one for ouc, Is, at tun bot, not all beneath the sun. And at the worst, 'tl willing. .. -k Not that, of all the past, I woull.forpot One ulcisurc or one iln. I cherish yet, ' And would dishonor never.' All I hiwe felt. but cherished though It be, TU time tnv past shvuld set my futuro Tree, For lifers renewed endeavor. Not much 1 reverence that remorse which flies To desert oive, and bids is dupes dus,lso Themselves ou whom It preys ; Wasting the worth or life on worthless pain, To inftke the future, n the taut was, rain, Hy cndlessscir-dlspralsc. As though, forsooth, beenuse ft mau Is not HU self-made god, he needs must eurse his lot With sell contempt I as uiouyu Some squalid maniac, that with life long moan Insults niants flesh nud bl"od, lth these hath done The best ...

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. — 23 April 1870

i t THE WEEKLY jj ARIZONA j MINER." X I VOLUME YII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING," APRIL 23, 1870. NUMBER 17.-1. THE ARIZONA Mm Ell. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, VKESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SIJUSOniT'XION": One Cony, One Year 7 ".I ." six Months 4 00 Three Months 2 50 Single Copies . . . 25 Vaners will not be sent unless' paid for In ad. Tsnce.snd will inenrlahly bo discontinued nt the eadoftfae time paid for. ADVJSK'CISIra-: Ocf square, one time, J3.00; each additional time, 11.50. Each additional square, same rate. A liberal dWcount will ho made to persons eon tlnalns the ssmo advertisement for three, six, or twelve month. Prnflnnal or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. .To Printing. The Miser offlce is well supplied with Presses, Plain. Kancv and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor Is determined to execute all worjc with which he may bo favored In the neatest and best itjlc of the art. Work mav be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when a...

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. — 23 April 1870

I'roHoolt, -Ariatmu 'J'urrUovy.. SATUUDAY MOUN'INT, AI'ML '-'3. 1870. Inn FrnnrUro ,iriioy. TllOHA Uovri: . Hie authorized atrenl f-tr Hie MINER In Sun TninHvo. OruVr IrftathU offlc Xu.:tt(wn.l flir). .Merelwttf' l.ul.nn.r, California ttmrt, Mow .MunlRwirry, will bo promptl? attiil4 Uv. U I. Fioir.n, room 'JO ami 51. Mcrcliant'i KxclmtiRC, Callhmtt tiwt. San Tranciwo, l nutlieriml to octal Bjnt for the Ml.Nr.tt. Slnrl coplri of tho MlNEH can be imrcliainl at tho rottolQre. Mining Matters. It is highly gratifying to us, to be able to state, with truth, that the good luck which, for some time iast, has attended those en gaged in working quartz in this vicinity, still sticks to them. The ten-stamp mill of the Big Bug Mining Company, which is situated in the Uig Hug Mining District, about 1G miles southeast of I'rcscott, has given us glittering proofs of the wealth that is con tained in our hill, and the results there ob tained have caused the miners of other dis tricts to pitch in and ...

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. — 23 April 1870

as Lowl Intelligence. l'limcoiT, April 2.1, 1670. A Week's Account with tho Indians. They Gain Wo Looao. to f.ir as known, account between tlio savages ,n',l our people et.HK' thus,. for the week Just ..1...-J. Tlicy have killed ouo white man, wound j rr. imA Moltn three valuable horses. fJU Va . Wilc we have only succeeded In killing ono of them. So, it will readily be eecti that tliey liavo n Uibnec In tlicir mvor. Their ilrst break was iii.itlc on tho ranches I wmtitnon Valley. Saturday night lust, and wi about the boldest ono of the msmoii. They ilrst nf in the ltanch of Kll I'lintncy, nnd gobbled ,, uourbon," a line blooded horse, tho property of tint L'cntleinau. t iiey men visum nnumer ration, and securnd " vaiuauie norsc ocionging to .Mr. .'Mvis. Next, they caught a marc, but, for some r won let her go ngnln. Alter this tbey went to A o ranrli of C. C. llean, nt tho mouth of Mint v. (.v Wash, tried to rob the stable, but were ar ten oil by the men on the place, who, having t...

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. — 23 April 1870

live gptw. A Battle With Alligators. A Florida correspondent of the Port Gains .Vrrgr, tulli tliu following singular story of an" Httncfc made upon n menagerie by.itllig.v torsjjn oTiB of the large swamps in that Statu, recently : The porogrinitions of showmen are beset "rvitltT numerous dlfllenlttw wbilu pursuing ' their daily avocations in this our t-outlierti country, which with the usual vrintor raliwj heavy roads, and fording of stratum, makes it very dillicult for managers to make good tha promises of their agents. Such was the cusc with John Robinson's circus and metiagerio! H few days since. While performing in Talla hae, Florida, it was mentioned to Mr. J. F. Robinson, Jr., that he might expect some difficulty in passing through the long and - dismal swamp between that place and Quin cy, on account of the large number of ulliga tora that infest the ford at this particular locality, and atv at this season of the year very ferocious, nud on the watch for any unfortunate mule ...

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. — 30 April 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. volume Yir. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1870. NUMBER 18. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. btj use rm'iox : Onepy.OncYoftr... 7 00 ii ii Six Month p i Tlireo Month 81pirSu not be sVnV nnlws IM for In ad ranTd""' fWfaMy l discontinued at tho tnJ of ibe time Pd for- n, Miurc. one tlmf, WW); well additional time no 'llonft, ,imo ra,c- A Wnl discount will Iw mide to persons eon llnnlnc the n adwlUcment for three, six, or tv 're raonth Prof,.lonl or business card Inserted upon reasonable term. Job Prin Uns;. Tnr Mixm offl U wHI uimHm1 with 1'rWM. vwin Fsncr and Ornamental Type, and I he pro- Ehi'h h" roT 1 favored In theuostwt and Uhi ilvleoftbeart. Work mv ho ordemS from nv part of the TerritoVa",. when srcomr-nW with the .h. u"T)JtromplyectI and sent by mH, or Pwo, .endlnc nrr forsu WpUon. 4rti.inior io. work. mv forward It by raH. or olh'n'wKw. tlwlr own rV. B '"' Trn NWi MAf J"" " or ui...

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. — 30 April 1870

cy xmx CVYY MininS Summary. W M " -MW A I?i-osoott, jYrlzomi 'lVrrltory. SATURDAY MOUSING Al'IttL 30. 1870. iiit Kraa.iirl.rn Aajraary. Thomas HOICK l the aulhiM aireut for the MINER In San Fraaelaco. Order loftitthb 010, NO.U0 (cemd floor), Me irhant' KxchaaffD. OiltfornlH ttrect, below Montgomery, will bo promptly aUeuded to. U IWIMIRK. room !X and 21, Merchant'! Kxehanffe, CaMfor.U txeet. San rrundico, U authoriied to act m nirent for the IILVKK. Rrnsk" cer Mwbb ran be purcbaaed at the PottoalM. The Indian Question. Oar people have, this week, to regret the munler of two citizens of this county by the Indian fiends, but that is nothing new to them, for scarcely a week has-pawed since the first settlement of tho Temtory, tuat tncy have not had to do that very fcanio thing They have become so accustomed to hearing of Indian murders and robberies that the news of fresh ones seems to hate but Httlo impression upon them. They know, full well, that it is not in their power to prevent t...

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. — 30 April 1870

" . .v,V' . itcccni maian urimes. , i r a if i Tho, Country; North. , iS) r?! Local Jiitclliscncc. I'hesoott. April 30, 1870. of Two Prisoners from tho County Jail, with Some Reflections Thereon. Tuesday nlsht lost, when JolmL. Taylor, Hlicr lfl of .hi. county, retired to rest, he left securely v d In on. of the cells of tho Jill, two prison B.mlJocphJhiionond William Colli.., -bTL of l.avl K iurdcred Thorns McOov- 1?4 m IVtti Tlriicd the cells. On unlocking tha f iv Xtr hod k-ft Johnson nnd Coll lis, the 13 h" A Ire. he ni surprised to And Mint they tiuui a km tio ot of " of r Io?8 '" h lf Vullof the buildinu', ,llluir1 M" 1 ... . r a Si the hole I"" inndc. Ho has slnco oii rolr."rd for their capture, lor adMcrlp. ? .Tf.l' prisoners, we relcr our render to the iriiHiii' tolumu or to-day' Mine... aJ!d S Collin, are the flmt men that Imte ic r cwpo from our County Jil.-nl S It PPcaVs, accomplished that feat w tl. 111 lo .? l Tl.ey must have oeeu lnriilslied, by rimJ from without, wit...

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. — 30 April 1870

1 1 All Sorts of Items. 'Speaking of a recent gale tn the vicinity f Whlto l'lne, Ncvaaa, ono miner remarked: "Why, nni.inSir remarked 'to the bystanders. He'. an Ignorant cuss; ho means a tycoon." A nut U n itltinir attached to a bvdraut OTCtT ono Is at liberty to drink from It, but no ono de sire to carry it away. Praises arc valuable only when they como from Una that have tho courage to couuemu Physicians assert that the skin of tea drinkers trill eventually become tanned like leather. II I. I. .A mn.n.rt In llfl " mid fivnlt!. "wllCD yon'flnd that love, glory, happiness, arc, altogcth- i- nni nnh a mnil r.lirar." " It Is a sadder mo ment etlll," replied his friend, when you find that the cigar Itself Is bad." Tho young girls who rush their heads off to get an Introduction to some ostler-Count, are called "foolesscs." The ground-work of all manly character Is vtr arltv. or the habit of truthfulness. That virtue Ilea at the foundation of everything said Cornelius O'Dowd expresses ...

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. — 7 May 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNTO, MAY 7, 1870. DUMBER 19: MS t THE ARIZONA MINER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNINQ PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTT, ARIZONA, soncmPTiox: onaC-';-;;;;;;;; mm u Three Months 2 flfl Slnilfl CoplM i ' 35 T.rs will not l ent nnlPM paid for In ad--rsnre and "HI invariably be discontinued at the ad oftlre lime paid for. ATJVICn riStJSTG: One ninare. one time, $.1.00; ouch additional time. II V). Each additional square, same ra le. A liberal discount will he made to persons cPn ttnnlnir the name advertisement for three, lx, o'r tfftlre months. prifi'tnnal or business card Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job Printing. The Mnr.it offlce I" well supplied with Presses. Plttn Fmry and Ornamental Type, and the pro-ml-lnr I determined eteente alt work with which he miv be favored In the neatest and bcl trle of 'he art. Work mar be ordered from anr nart of the Tf rrifnrr, and, when aeeommnled with the cash. It will he nromptly executed...

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. — 7 May 1870

rtuHoott, -A-rSzonu Territory. HATtfRDAV MORNING. ...MAY 1870. San PrnneUeo Aceney. THOMAS BOTCE li th authorised agent for the MlXKB la Baa Knuiclwo. OrJr leflathli otHc; Ko.30(i4S)nil Door), Merchant' Exchange, California ttrett, Mow lontgvtnerj,1 will be promptly attended to. L. P Vhfm rmt'lOvsA 51 Merchant'i Exchange,. kSW-jriia es, San t'raoclioo, ti aulhoriied to act at agent for the MLNF.B Single eopin of tli Mixer cad be pureluued at the PottotScc. The Government and some officers of the army act upon the principle that It is cheap er and more humane to feed hostile savages than to fight them. It would be, were sav age when so treated, to cease killing nnd robbing. It is sheer nonsense, however, to feed savages who have never yet been con quered. Subjugato them first; then feed them until such time as they become self sustaining. We learn from the San Diego (California) Union, of the 19th ult., that work was being pushed on tho wagon road that is to connect that town with Fo...

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. — 7 May 1870

Another Visit from " Friendlier Local Intelligence. I'iikscott, May 7, 1870. The Week's Mining Summary, BIO UfO .UI8TIIICT. ' Tbo mill Is maklnz a Ions run. A clean-up will loonbemadc. . ' " 1 WALK tit IH8TIUCT. Tbo Eureka mill Is hard l work, producing bnlllon. A furnace, In which to roast tho sul phurct?. was finished, a short time flo, oud U ,ow In full blast. , I nt week, 0. V. fihelton rocked and ot out or MvTnounds of decomposed matter from the Vcr non iode.tlieeims8umorfMl.no. Ho thinks the rwk will tJ :0.00 per ton by mill process. Uncle Hilly l'oInttT Is bill) taking ore from his ,C The Accidental Is yielding rich ore. IUMAVAMPA DISTRICT. Work l tlH Rolns on at the Sterling! that 1j, Mr Borler U cxpcrlmctitlng with the tailings Tte placer miner arc making fair wages. WALNUT' GltOVE IMSTIUCT. Krcd Henry and other have been tlndlng more rlrli ledge lu thU district. Mesrs. Collier and Case arrived In town, day or two ago, from Turkey Creek DUtrlct, with sev eral tacks of slher...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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