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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 10 March 1876

. - . cm.. ntt. if Thin Toddfc. An aicwntjffibchiian thus unbosoms him -eclf to the Virginia City Enterprise in re gard to hi troubled: "I have a lovely daughter, it is a fact. She takea afterjier mother. 8he is besides a dutiful child; she never disobeys me, and whca.1, bid her do anything- she say 'yes papa' with a voice and look that would make your hert leap for joy. Well, on .New Year's Eve I managed to secure a demijohn of rare .qWrjfTrhwkT.andaskingr'a few friends to my poor home determined to watch the coming ia of the new year, and to greet it with a bumper or two. As I entered my Jkoude with ray friends I gave my daughter the 'lifc-preaerrer' and said to her: 'Some hot water, my child, some sugar and ppiccs, a nice tody for our friends on New Year's Eve.' 'Yea, Papa,' said the darling girl, and nniiled in my face, like an angel. At the door she stopped a moment and said: Shall I make it strong, papa?' and I noticed as she spoke she gave a sharp, running glance at my friend...

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. — 17 March 1876

raotut ttitt IMA' Vol. XIII. No. 11. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1S76. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER, PUDLISnED EVERY FRIDAY, ....tor'.... T . J. BUD LER. ' Th flrst'nnmber of tbe WKEKI.T MlSKIl was issued on exarch 9. 1PC1. ani in lt thirteenth year, It can, 4rlth truth, claim 10 ac uiurm uu iri DBniuin Sn tlie Territory. Subscription Bates Jne Copy. One Year Six Months " Three Month.. lin,-le Copies S7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Hates. Onelneh ( 12 lines of Ibis tyt). In column. $3.00 for first insertion and 81.50 per Inch lor oacU aUilittonal Insertion A llharsl itlieonnt frnm above rates will be made to per tons who advertlte largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business card Inserted upon reasons ble terms. Persons icnillnsr us money tot subscription, advertising orjobworK. may wrwara 11 uy kmi, or mwiii thir own risk. Ltjjal Tender .Vote taken at par inpayment for tub dtrtption, adrertiting and job nark. TKUMH. Inadrance inrariabl...

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. — 17 March 1876

" f i 1rV Dm! Ui It On; if it- tnf 1 Ct BI43 COM livfj VM.J erfl I Si OS Rta- HI I' 6T iMf (WV I A ess IT. J. Sutler. Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1876. Tmebe b grct excitement in Utah over :tke discovery of rich mines south of PSoche, near the Arizona line. Tait death of I. Pitman, at Santa Cruz, California, will be -noticed in its proper place. 3Ir Pitman had mrmv friends in Ari- zena who win regictlo learn of his death. Th Vr Yrwlr ...... TU i.. a- 7T1 " 7 , ; 1 T " . . "."BK snltation with Fairbanks scales developed ought to pass. It is high time to revrre the the alarming act that these ghostlv -isita-whipping post for afew.of themostcowardly tioas were too many for the tissue, and auu uruuii enmcs. .a sua ivno win sinKe a woman cannot be disgraced. There is onlv one way in which he can feel tlie wrath of of &ociety on his own bare back. Ecursc According to the almanac mker, there will be a partial eclipe of the Sun, 8tsr 4y, March 25tb, vl.ible thronghont the United Sutear At...

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. — 17 March 1876

! BBBSBBBBBBBBBBHSa 1 ;B"4t..-, si-ate ff i It Local Intelligence. Church Notice. 8crricra erery Sunday, at 1030. at the Methodist Erf copal Church, oa Marina street, Irescott. Sunday reboot tuuseaiauiy aner aemce. iter. D. a. wwouT, Pastor SrEClAL Notices in fAe reading columns will oe charged at the rate of THIRTT cnNTS per line orjirsi insertion, ana twenty emu a line for each subsequent insertion. For the verj best of watch and clock work po to Bertemno, .Montezuma Street, Prescott. jan7y EXTHAOKDINAKT DETELOPMKNT IN THE FjECK Mine. From Mr. Rowe, who visited tbc Peck district a few days ago, as well as from letters re ceived by parties in town, we learn more definite facts with reference to the body of ore briefly mentioned lout week. At a depth of 160 fret the narrow strata of .ore appear to come together and form a vein nearly six feet wide, eighteen inches of which runs, by assay, $12,000 to the ton, and the other four feet nnd a-half, or therea bout, over $500. Tbc lede con...

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. — 17 March 1876

w -MW SS i ,nm rr iTTT r j J' j"M-i--r' t; r Tie Fryer Free. , The.7t iatret tSfcJeof tiir coasli ivfckh in ali .Ei pre!v felt in the f rrj?r,vrt'Ct tHI fsSfTTCj oSeririrr a iVw reaiy oa tlrfbvbet. " Fr tie descrip tion given in tire aderrdS? Pre-, i: pper tt ooly aixrpirtric air. irjd p-rrhap roudag aetais- This pt ard. after the ' old stji of rots. he ia coatrsdkdoz of JLiat srdl'tiMr7rriisiict! bitx of silver. 'irfslpscr "ere the alj bar amirmre to iiivrr ert. tit roE:or desalpanriziaz , of filler ore irosld be a ssspiea ifee Lcm- isg of lirKoesor the Aesaipfearirisr ot aanAbr: ralpacr and silver part corapltie- xrt, besiioes salpbar, present is rctnr ererr ldsd of iiirer orti, Ciacn jt fcptmlcd frota ; mItct mereJT br iir ssd best; tfej on J &e aatrarr fom ai&eaiste a ami inlicoci- t of silrcr. Trfiich are nicrt rEfrirtory ongmil of aire coabiaa?itf- For th .are lt i therefore geacally emplored -sritb the to rp5nie the irzxsXts and &ztiiaosUt& Tjt forraizg 03 ose...

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. — 24 March 1876

21 I f ' r Jtl met x T - r -ry bixin.--No. 12. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 24, 1S76. Established 1864. 1IE ARIZONA MINER. IT T . J . BT7TLE.R. rh first numl.fr of the WBEKI.T MtNT.8 "II UiuMon otnroh 9. If6. and 1b this. thlrteenfc year, it ca. lth truth, claim to be the oldest, ond brtt uetri pajei lo the Territory. Subscription Rates Jue Copy, One Year S7.00 Six Months ,4.00 " Three Month 5.50 single Cr!e 25 Advertising Rates. One inch ( 12 line of this lr). in column. 23.00 for first "nsertion nnJ 81. 50 per inch fur each additional insertion. A liberal disrouol from above nvtef will be made to per sons who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. I'.-ofesslonal and business card inserted npou reasona ble terras. Persons rending nt money for subscription, advertising or )ob work, may forward It by uiail, or otberwiie. nt their own rifk. L'gal "Trmftr Xntt-t taken at par in paymtnt for tub' 'tcriptim, adtrrtiling and job tenrk. TRttVS. In adtarjet tnfirint...

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. — 24 March 1876

i 4 mzx. 1 .T. 33utlrt-. EUitor. FRIDAY, 3IARCH 24, 1876. KOADS AND HIGHWAYS. The question of building a County road to Battle Flat in the region of the Brad-?haw and Peck mining country is still a matter of great interest to the community and although it has been agitated to some extent -R-ithin the past few weeks, has not reached a solu tion, resulting in any effort being made in that direction which could warrant us in savinr thr rnnrJ tvill 1l Vmltf A natUin. q - - - - - . 'Jj u u. . . . JI4UUU) signed by a goodly number of our citizen. THE BO AD TO THE PECK DISTKICT. Some person has said it is neither gold nor lands nor estate, but is git up and git that makes men great; that is also true of Towns and Cities as well, without that clement, that Spirit of Progress, that Public Spirited goa headitivenes no town with all the advanta ges that Nature and circumstance have given her can hope to distance her rivals in the race for wealth and greatness. Pre?cott at present has great adv...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 March 1876

I Local Intelligence. Church Notice. rrirjii everr Sandar. at 10:30. nt fhe Methodist Enls. tonal Church, on JInr.ua street. Prescott Sunday school mmediately after service. Rev. D. B. Wkjoht, Pastor SrEClAL Notices in the reading columns xcill wbe chargtd at the rate of nnnTT cnvrs per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each mutbiequent insertion. Tot the verj best of watch and clock work jro Ko Bkiiteliso, Montezuma Street, rrescott. janTy Sulcidn In the .Sheriff Office. On Monday Morninj: last. March, 20th, Frauk 0'N"eH, a eoldier who killed a &ireant at Camp lApache ju-vctal mouths aj;ot and who was in jail i.erc under mi indictment by the Gntud Jury, nwaitin his lilnl at the next term of the District court, took advantage of under Shcrifl barues' nbsence, that uintlemau bring nt the time enoj: ed in conversation with others ou the front porch, to slip in quietly lrom the jail, through a door that communicate with the otllec and take a kix ebootcr from a p...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 March 1876

Ufa to. THE FILTER TROCESS. The Engineering and Mining Journal of New York has the following on the Fryer process: To the Editor: Sir In jour editorial of January 15th, on the Fryer Process, with the general drift of which I cannot but agree, you recur several timed to the high tempera ture which Mr. Fryer uses In roasting, ob jecting to it, as I understand you, in toto, as far as solid auriferous ironpyrites is con cerned. It is true, that in ordinary roasting of solid iron pyrites for smelting purposes, a high temperature is emphatically not want ed, because the charge, instead of roasting, would melt. In that state no further elimi nation of sulphur would be possible. But in roasting the same material for chlorination, although up to the last period of the process a low temperature must be maintained, it is necessary to raise at the close the heat to a bright red, in order to cxiicl the last re maining sulphur. Partly for the same reason, and partly for another which Ishall prese...

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. — 31 March 1876

u - ir frit foL xtn. No, 13. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, 1876. Established 1S64. mi norm mr THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ' T. J.. BXJTLEB.- : . - L :-' " " The first number of the Wkkkly MINER wu issued on larch 9. lfc. an in. this. Its thirteenth year, it can. with troth, claim to be the oldest, and best newifapet In tb Territory. Subscription Rates Jne Copy. One Year S7.00 Six Month! 4,00 Three Month -V. 2.50 o'lnrWCiriein.v-vs 25 Advertising Rates.' One inch (12 line of thi type). in column. 3.00 for first insertion and 8150 per inch for each additional Insertion. A liberal difcuunt fmm above rates will be made to per son who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business remls Inserted npon reasona ble terms. Persons sending os money for subscription, advertising or job wnrlc, may torwiro it u sail, or omerwise, ai their own risk. Ltpal Teltdtr Xolei taenat par in payment for tub icription, adtertmng and job work. TK...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 March 1876

T. J. Sutler. Editor. FRIDAY, 31 ARCH 31, IS76. STILL CROAKDiC. 5 I- There is & brood of inal-contcnta m Califor nia, who'h&ve'curscd the countrv with thoir presence for twenty years, ol whom this sea j-on Senator Archer appears to be this "oh; he.1 These old fogie3, when envy and jeal ously become virtues, may be mnaments in t-ociety, but for the present tlieir lalor un ions, which prevent an industrious man from earning a support for his family, unless he can find an employer who is willing to comply with arbitrary, rulea of their creation, and who arc constantly croaking and finding fault with everything originated or managed by people, of progressive ideas, are a detri mcnt, a'stumblintr block and a cloar in the way 'of advancement. The interior of Call fornia, both North and South has for a long time xxn paying tribute to San Francisco, in which operation the people in the remote portions of the State have grown poor, while those of the city and its envirous have be com...

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. — 31 March 1876

3 Local Intelligence Church Notice. Services every Snnday, at 10:30. at the Melbodist Epis copal Church, on Marina street. lretoott. Sunday scuool immediately after !rvice. JtEV. D. B. wkioht, Fastor SrECUL Notices in the reading columnt will he charged at the rate of TUiitrr cr.NTS per une or first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each sxtbsequent insertion. Tot the verj best of watch and clock work go to Bektelinq, Moutezuraa Street, Prescott. Jd7v Flour, a well a potatoes, U carce la this mar ket. Col Wm. Raymond, or Raymond & Ely fame, will le la-re infcide of three week to take a look at tuiuea- in Peck dittrict. Miller Bros linve orderpd, from California, 200,000 pound harley, which they will store at Ebrenberx for the ue ol tlnrlr freight teams. Lieut F. A. Whitney, 8th Intt., A. D. C.,1 or dered to Camp Apache to inspect certain proper ty reported unserviceable, for which Lieut C. M. Bailey Is responsible. Jno. Edwards has started n wagon to run recu Jarly between ...

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. — 31 March 1876

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Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 April 1876

ill met. vol. xin.xo. u. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVEyiSG, APRIL 7, 1S7G. Established IS 64. I : rrr KO BERT M. FRTER. 1 THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERV FRIDAY. ....BY PRESCOTT. T- J- B ber of the WKEKLT Mixr.il was Issued on Tha Smtntim r;,h:da"mohe ol.le.t. ...1 best n.w.r.p in tlie Territory. Subscription Ratea 57.00 4.00 lfnh. Z.OU . . " 25 -f) ingie urlc Advertising Rates. . iniinM nf Hits tvf-'i. in coliimn. 83.00 for Brit ,,,.1 fll.Mr.er Inch 'for each additional inwrtion. inii iiww i jB.Curr.oT"1;-:' JV.A .HUM W - A UUeral di.cun. from above rate, will be made ,U r; -quarter. i... ..i-rtie l.trreiv uy - tnnFwuu - ProfrMl.mil and business cards Inserted upon reasona- tile Urnn. tnharrii ST. .d'l W or oibmrbe. at or joo wiw Jjral 7knr iW rfafllr 4(ripton. atlwcliting and job work. XTKaIi " ailtanct inTCriMf. AGENTS FOR THE MIER. .Tan Francuco-Chas. V. Crane. 42G Montgomery rorfc-W. II. Ferris. 301 KortU 22d .U.et. AK1Z0&1. rita James Atx-ffg. CKn:Sta?eCo. rwUiureiHn5.c...

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. — 7 April 1876

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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. — 7 April 1876

M ir""- 'HI Local Intel I iarence. Church Notice. Berrien every Sunday, at 10:30, at the Methodist Epis copal Church, on Marina street, Prescott. Sunday school immediately after service. Ukv. D. U. Weight, Pastor Special Notices in the reading columns will h charged at the rate of TnntTT cknts per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each subsequent insertion. For the vcrj best of watcb and clock work go to Berteling, Montezuma Street, Prescott. jan7y Ilarrj Morgan can 6bavc yonr beard or clip or curl your balr In tbc latest style. Potatoes are scarce and bljrh priced in tbls market, bringing eight cents in the stores. Exprefs envelopes are for sale at the telegraph -office at Verde. L. A. Bertcling hs.s fitted up bis sbow-window with a dazzling display of watches and jewelry, lie makes a speciality of fine goods in bis line. A new invoice of Ironstone China just opened at L. Basbford & Co's. J. L. Fisher will sell to-morrow morning in front ot County Building, ...

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. — 7 April 1876

Gesunl Creok'IadUBZzpdltieft. ChIcago,March 22. Tfce following t!e rrai -was received at General Sheridan's headquarters this morning. Reno, March 22. Cut loose from the wagon train on the 17th instant; scouted Tongue and Rosebud rivers until satisfied :here were no Indians on them, and then Htrock across the country toward Powder river- General Reynolds, with apart of the command, was pushed forward on the trail leading to the village of Crazy Horse, near the mouth of Little Pow der river. This he attacked and destroyed m tbe 17th, finding it a perfect magazine of ammunition, war material and general sup ply. Crazy Horse had vrith him the Chev ennes and some of the Minneccoujoesprob ablv,inall, one-half of the Indians of the reservation. Every evidence was found to prove that these Indians are in a co-partnership with those at the R:d Cloud and Spot ted Tail agencies, and that the proceeds of their raids upon the settlements had been taken to these agencies and a supply brought out...

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. — 14 April 1876

Jt! njono titer Vol. XIH-No. 15. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. uv T. J". BTJTLEE. The firtt nnmbor of the WKEKLY Ml.N'CU -as Iurdon -larch 9. ie. an In tl.il. U thirteenth year. It can. with troth, claim to be the oldest, and best noRrspspet In the Territory. Subscription Hates Jn Copy. Od" y'ar " Six Months " Thne Months rilsjrUCur1" -S7.00 .. 4.00 - 2.50 ... 25 Advertising Rates. One Inch ("12 Unci of this trp). in column. $3.00 for first insertion and 51 .3U per Men lurcscn namuonai idkiuhu. A liberal disoiunt from abore rates will be made to r-:r. -oonswho advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional find business cards inserted upot reasana- "ble terms. Persons sendin? us money lot subscription, advertising or iob work. m:iy forward it by iT.atl, or othorwine. at Xheir own risk. Ugal Tcwler JfoUs taken at par inpayment for sub tcription, adrertUing and job iporfc. QfTEKMiJ. In advance inrariaUy. AG12NTS FOR THE MINER. San FrcinrfieoClms. W. Cra...

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. — 14 April 1876

T. J. Sutlar, Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1876. THnothingmeanabouttheSultanof Turkev. His servants at the nalace number k tw. uu t. : can .f.Ku 400. the menaceric 200, and others accord- i i.fm.-.Ai t i i in o J o The Sentinel savs the steamer Newbcrn was due at the mouth nf the river Saturav, the 8th. and the connecting bteamcr at Yuma on the 12th. Dr. F. Von Oelzcn, somewhat notorious in Prescott. Dassed Tuma on the 4th, bound for San Francisco. Mill ob tbx Silveb. Kiko. Millers terms have gone to the end of the It. R. to transport the machinery, some SO tons, for bni'ding a mill at the Sllfer Kin,; mine, ic the Pinal mountains Mr. C. D. Morrison, the DroDrietor of the mill. expects to have It running within ninety days, nnd wants to contract with some one to dellter ten tons of ore dally from the mine to the mill. "The AM-ancAjr Youso Folks," a jour nal for the amusement and instruction of boyi and girls, is published monthly, at To- peka, Kansas, by J. K. Hudson, at 50 cents a yea...

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. — 14 April 1876

FRIDAY, APRIL, 14, 1876. Church Notice. gerricei eve ry Sunday, lit 1030, at the Methodist Epis copal Church, on Marina street. rrntcotL Sunday chool Immediately after service. Kev. V. B. WltloiiT. Pastor REV. Jilt WlLET, Methodist South, will preach at 11 K. M.. and 7 P. M., each Sunday, at T. II. Head's bouse, on McConaick street. Si'ECiAL Notices in the reading columns icill be charged at the rate of THir.Tr cnvrs per line for first insertion, ami ttccnt'j cents a line for each tubiequent insertion. Local Intelligence. Tor tlit. vcrr bef t of watch and clock work ko to Bektelixo, Mouteznma Street, Prescott. janTy Dan Untr. It about to fix up bis house and n bar to his restaurant. Mr. Ganz will have charse of the new arrangemunt. The free lunch at the opening of Llrobachcr &, Fifh new brewery, on Saturday eveninjr, was well patronized. Will I). Southworth, who has been actinia Clerk to Chief Commissary Wilkin, returns to the practice of the Law. Capt. Kramer, Gib Cavalry, and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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