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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 15 February 1868

ARIZONA X VOL. "V. NO. "7. t IynioclHlc. Xcwapnprr, ilcvulril lo llic Inciilcatlnii of I'ointltutliiiuil Prluc Iplm f (loveriimcnt, untl Hie ml vniicrmcnt of Iht Intercuts nf ercry ircllun of Arlzoiiu. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBBSCOTT, T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Ou' f'T'Tt nr ycnr' '"0f' One copy, six months, f 1 00 One copy, three months. t'iJBO. Single Copies, 25 cent each. ADVERTISING BATES: Ihlf square, one time, f'j.OO; cacti additional 1 Tin m'lU.ire, mm time, f.t.OOj osoh additional !i additional half square ami square, swno . rticiii"nts measuring over oiiO-haTrwiMire i he counted and clmrired ono square. A . rjl discount will I'O made to persons con l i,i ti tl- name advertisement for three, alx, or tn t "ill- '111 In. .... l"r ' -iona! or business card Inserted upon - r . a'-h terms. t- Isgal Tender Hotel taken at jmr in payment fir mU option, adveftitinff and job xeork. Trnii), Invariably In uilvniicr. ms H MARION', BKSJ. II. WEAVER, Publishers and Proprietors. YA...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 15 February 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. JU'P-jV JXi I S3 II JO n 1RO-I. j. ii. junto:? y.Mtvu. IF 33. E S C O T T : SATUliDAV MOILVIXG, FKuKUAltY 13, IHB. To Subscribers. Wo will notify our iilcrlber of the date of expiration of tile time for which Uiej" hall have jmld, ami, should they tint renew their MiWrip ttoiM, In a reasonable time, tin1 need not c.iect to receive the ;iper. Mails, Mail Routc3, etc. Tim OiMfrtRyiA Mm. arrived In 1'reacott on Mnelay evening, and tnrted back again on Thursday looming. Mr. Mallard, one of the con tmetorji, anil Mr. Win. It. Uard.v, euino in with it. Thuy luft again on Tlmraday. From the ae oounb of the dbnatew met with hy malt rider On the wul of tho route between the Colorado river and Sun Fnuicbeo, tlte-wondcr b tlmt we iMive roocivod any mail t all during the part month or six weeks. In crowing swollen streams, riders and animate often came near losing their lives. Mr. Mallard himMlf, in attempting to cross the Mohave river, would have been drowned, we...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 15 February 1868

Mimv,..- IV ews tbl.,;k,rrm the mining .oiiratfing tliumotcr. i jtu ,u , ,j,,rirl . IwLWII grcrott Sttwttecmcntj 11 gvcjwott SMvcrttecmcnte. :MI KIAV, FEHEIJARY 1(1, lffl. LOCAL ISTB-WS. :, k Yiwr eoininmilrnUoii will nfrjKBr In wit .s .jihi rn nmll SrrlVl In rriwoH Tlmhduy etr r llP''Tn. thsriiler, .turtril T alimr, with a larva i.i' I r-liiv nionilnif- April dt l tli tltua mi by Iho , , ur f. r (HwufttlnilBg mull iml Um thl Kit. I,,, ritmoMr uttwrni mil uf litftiln in the , m 1 11 to IVrirott, I. uHlionl It, liUixlmU f .,, Do v-ir Want a C.w.is.vtuu Wit 1808? ir you j , r ni' or send to the Mi.vtm olllcc, and wo will f vi. y.iin largo, l)Ottiltililiy printed one tm a train of Itowore Hro's wan In town Sun t i-t loaded tip with provisions, tool, lnm ,' , nnd started for tho nuieli, Agua Cull- v ,u at Thirty nir 'Of Wheat planted by f r,i in-Turner, on Lower Lynx creek, ii r ,w u it Mm ground over hIx Inches, nud . lMlltiflll. 1 t Mi W ii.uams. n pro-hlatoric Arizonlan, u - i..;hly ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 15 February 1868

gcrjttt tlvcttiiscmcntis. Hi VnivriBfn Anrvrr Mr. Tbntims Hovre n tbc only authorised agent for the Mi.ncii In &n rranrtseo, All orders leu at ins nmee, nomicam corner of Washington nnd Montgomery street, (tip fUlr,) will be ironiitly attended to. A Year or Two Ago. I've wandered iimr th ttin mill, Tina, Tlte (fin mlQ on the Mil, Where cvcrytWng looked so Ky Hut now looks Unrk mid still The shutters wrre all up, dear Tom, Tho lien swung to and Iro, Its uronklng sounds Just as It did A year or two rtgo. Tou know, dear Torn, we often spent Some) happy hours there; Roth you and 1 at drinking, Tom, Were counted pretty fhlr. We always used to " hang It up,V We never paid, you know ; Oh them were Jolly timed we had A year or two njjo. Yoh know the roan who kept It, Tem, McGlnneM was l)U name, Ha nlweys tited to treat us right, Kuthyou and 1 th fame; Itttt now lie's dead and cone, dear Tom, Ami In hU gravo laid low, We cannot " tkk " him as w used A yenr or two ago. One Sunday nlslit, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 February 1868

ir.y? ' VOIj- "V. iVO- Qusbm IjfliltlU', Urimirmtlc -iiiirr, ilevotrit to the Intnlrnti"" of fomlltntlonal 1 1 1 I pirn nf Oovrmmciit, u ml the nilviiiirfmcnt uf Ihr IntcrrsU f every rcl Inn nf Arlziinit. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, jA.. t. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Or." roj-V. one yrar, ?7.00 Ono copy, six months, H . Oiw copy, three months, 82,60. Single Copies, 25 conts each. ADVERTISING RATES: IV.f qtiarc, ono time, 82.00; each nddltloti.il i 11 'JO. i B,uarp, one time, $3.00; each additional i I!'' i iiUitioual half square and square, name V Hi- nvnts memiirtnc over -one-half square t, i ouiit-1 and rliarged one quare. V ' i iliroiint will lie. made to porsons con i ame advertisement for three, six, or t 't "uienlh , , j'r t -inii il or business cards Inserted upon r jju1 t rms. jr,,." - ; i' Tmiler S'nte tnlw at xir in payment f r t'u t iptitn, adtertiting and job cork. Trrim, Invariably In advance. ; AS TI MARION', HENJ. II. WEAVER, Publishers and Proprietor. YAVAP...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 February 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. KSTAHIilSllKB ISO'!-. J. II. MA1UON KmiOK. SATURDAY MOUSING. FEBRUARY 22, 18BP. To Subscribers. We will notify our Mit.serlbor of the date of j expiration or the tlrue for which they shall have, paid, ami, should theyiot renew their subcrii- j lion;, In a raasonaMc timr, they r.cou no: expect , to receive the paper. Our Copper Mines. Under date of William's Fork, Yutna coun ty, this Territory, February 5, 18G5, Mr. W. Thompson, Superintendent of the Groat Central Copper Mining Company, informs us that the miners on the Fork were all doing well. The Springfield Company, Mr. Flower, Superintendent, was getting out plenty of good ore. The Planet Company, Capt. Ashley, Superintendent, were also get ting out fine ore, some of which assayed over seventy-five per cent, copper. Mr. Thomp son says he, himsolf, was taking out plenty of the tight kind ot ore, and the only troublo fonrcd was that the steamers would -not get up to the minos often enough to carry al...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 February 1868

VTUM'AV, FEBRUARY 22. 1P08. LOCAL 3STE"WS. .rot) who n ImlrMwl In tin MlXKH, fur i rtr will omfrr n (rrint hrot ujn lit hy ' " .,.)it iti'inf) ly mall or otlir nlw Iminnllately , ' ''. ... iinv (iff Mir llidih?MlnMa ....... ,, .ro ' 'f jro """' ""n' w . n j4pbi.vbment. Tho wooden sidewalk In fr t j Campbell & Diiilum's store, on Monte ,f wr(?i flro proof stone Morn, with brick n tli" imi uuimiiiK in iowii, nnu is inie ij n bidding thin side of Los Angeles. j H Lei:, of the American Ranch, Hound Vul wn in town the other day, and, as h usual , , i ill' d into the Miner o(I1ch, and gave i' 'i of nrJnitfjff upon fiOO envelopes his ., u I addre-". Lee understand his buiness, i p.. a- ire In helping to support hi local and knows now to Keep a hotel, i Km it, Jake Linn, nnd other Walker ,. ' rg-im, took a hunt, recently, in the i If'wecn His Bug and Wolf Creek. ciw n) eign of Indians. The parly killed dii- re SrnKKr IlnciiKU Snor New An- , rnrvr J- fc. u. .Mitciioll, or "Mitch." us -1 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 22 February 1868

San Fhavcisoo Aornct. Mr. Tliotttiw lloyrc U the only authorized agent for Hip Minku Id San Fraaclteo. Order left at his otllee, New Mer chant's Exchange llullilinif, room No. 80, Califor nia street, will be promptly attended to. Bis BxtHHlNO AditNCY. K. C. Suhr, news dealer, Is authorised to art m agent lor Hie Minsk at Sun Bernardino, California. SPOONS. Y lUTirt 1'ACI. JOSUS. yu. Use moan went down one wintry night, ' A Wer-ved monster hove In Sight' Of a tine old mansion In tlie Soath. Croaking alond with open mouth "SpOOtls!" With nit ee aequlut ; with pocket wide ; With stealthy look ami siealthler stride ; With visage dark, whereon waa wrote Tin motto which beneath we qnota "SpOOUe1." "Whence cometh thon?" the good host said, " What do ton seek our gold or bread Or do yon from the night air I j V The ettaaae Reast made but one reply Spoon !" "Oh, roh w not !" the garni wife cried, fbeae heir -loom 4 are onr family pride, Ob, take whatever da ron v III 1" Rat the Mae-coat thun...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 February 1868

.fiii'""),... ARI 3VO O. 3 jl Democratic rtrin jier, di-vtilnt tn I lie jnciilriitl"" of CuiKtllulliiiiul lrliit'lilr of (ioviriimcnt, ami IIicmiI vuncrnirnt or tlir I it ( t r I nt every scttlon or Arlcomi, PUBLISHED SATURDAY HOENIMOS, AT PEESCOTT, -A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: i onr rear, ?7.00 One copy, six months, jl M Oni- ropy, tlircc month, tUM. Pillule Copies, 9fi cents uncli. ADVERTISING RATES: ,i 'f f inarc, one lime, 12.00; eaoli additional ft M , s,.i.irr, tine time, tS.OO; eaoh additional ai litioual half square nnd square, Mine ' ri. til' tits measuring over ono.li.ilf square .. i vrt' d and charged one square. r 1 discount will Tic made to perou con. i in' Minu advertisement for litres, sis, or ii i i 'ti'hs r mimI or buliied curd 4 InsQrtod upon r ,, i j- r-rmn. 1 I i ' Tender Xotes taken at jtar in payment f. i. i ptton, adcertitituj and job tork. Trrms, invariably In itilvnitcc. J..INH VVRION, BF.NJ. H. WEAVER, l'u'.llr-licr and Proprietors. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTO...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 February 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. II. MARIO.. . PBESCOTT: SATURDAY MORNING, KKHRUAKY 20. IMS. : not sooner fight tlmn treat with thcin, know- I f..tl M..II I I, -it lUl- M-itl I u.l li tl'1 Hll.l kill whenever nn opKrtunlty presents itself. If wo hftvo to havccnmrs of "friendly" In dian oast of tin- (.ottletnonts, let tlietn be kept at homo and iwt allowed to go and coma when they please. It it enough for the citizens to guar themselves ami their projwr ty from the r?l skins, without having the mil itary to give them nwl anil onmfort by ford ing thorn in one Miction of the Territory while they are plundering and murdering tho peo ple in another place. We do not believe it to 1 the intention of the General in com mand of the troops north of the Gila to al low himself to be hoodwinked by savage, and look for tin cnrlv examination into To Subscribers. We will notify our subserthcrs of tbe iWt of oxpbttion or li- time for which Uwr that hare paid, and, should thrv not renew their stibse...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 February 1868

,Ti UI W. FEBRUARY 2. 108. LOCAL 2STE-WS. r , ( k .- t-rul persons talk of farming. ., f i ill.- Dato Creek bottom, below .; .i-"ii. t. IUtz has purchacd a raneh from N. n tue Lower Agu.i Frio, and Intends . ;i,,nn mid planting a oron nH itjtnri tin i Dt"if . ii nil I hill U .'411 t!Vffflllnt triiKiimi.f - - ...... HIUUIIl.1) will make a good farmer. , - having dlpoed of Ids nweli on tin". Marled for his homo In Albany, iv-niiy. ninco u Heath of is t f'-lt lonely here, ami concluded n .; (-1 hi parents. We wish him a -m v to America. r H'lling In J'rwflott, at present, for ,...-n. in greenbacks, and Ihe chancoa ! . be do wn to u dollar a dozen T r talks of cultivating a pleco nr , !,. P"intof Rocka.on GraiilleCreok, . .u.'i summer. V. u)m hag mid lib ranch, on the i i ri'i. to a Mr. Tnwnsond, who has , nuily from tlila town to lib much. Mr Townseud In (ho flrl whl(H i L.n settled upon the Lower Agtift tii.it James S. Olio and George W. hi f.oinpany, plant uouio throo or I .i' r of c...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 29 February 1868

On Planting out Fruit and Ornamental , 1 Trees, Shrubs and Small Plants. Wichcnbuvfl. Sin Fkan'Wh Aofm v - Mr. Thomas Noyce I the only authorized agent for the Minkb n su Francisco. Orders left at his oltlee, N w Mer chant's Exchange Huildlng, room No. 3n, Califor nia street, will be promptly attended to. SN IllKNAHDINO Aoem r. F. .'. Suhr. new dealcr, to authorized to net us agent fur the Ml KM at San Bernardino, California. THE rARMER The farmer I lord of Hie cattle, The farmer U kliic of the Mil, llKWKtt bla brow may be darkened by sunlight, IlUWdJ may be browned by hto toll. He looks o'er Ids field and his orchards With Joy, when als day's wwti la o'er, For be know the teed planted In Springtime In sunimer will yield u rich riotv. He aeea 04 In nature around him,. The Bowwr that Moin? m the ptun, Tkoub dyiar in winter. In juawter, Wifi blossom In beauty again. The corn that Is dropped In the ftttfVw, lly sunshine expand tele birth It rich ears of (told In the autnnm Add beanty a...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 March 1868

m ill -n. i 1 jX - BEC.H vol- "v. NO. lO... Vi'OHil otitic V '.JO A lit inrH-inHf Xviiiirr, ili votnl to tin Criilliiii of Loimtlt iitlonul I'rlnf llri H,f (id r rn null I , i ml the nil vimt riurn t of tln liilri rl of every si tlun of Arliiiiut. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, -V. n?- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ..jn. oik year, f7.00 One copy, six months, i 1 1)0 Oik- ropy, three months, biugle Copies, S6 cent eaC)u - -ADVERTISING RATES!''" " " U r I'nre, one tluio, 2.00; each additional if' 'I ii Uiro, on time, $fl.00; each additional , ..Mitlotml half square and winarc, aamo f . nv-nt nieaeurlit or ons-half square r . int (I mid charged one square. i ,1 .liscomil will he made to person onn t . ' -mnc advertUemsut for three, six, or i ti'nitlm 1 1 -.tl it or "basilicas cards Inserted uiton r . .!, li'fllH. t , ' '' 'VmAer A'wAm n pur in paymtnt f , rtj'tuii, atleertUiHy and job work. Trrim, liivai Inlily In itilvnnce. .1 jIIN II MARION, TtBNJ. II. WEAVER, Publishers and Proj...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 March 1868

Territorial Matters. Mail M .mr.it. Tho California mail ar rived in Prcwott on Wednesday evening, in ... Piinscorr, March 8, ISO. ! charge of Johnny U'Donneii, wno was r...- ittaw (rlnwM .While we are tlU- jwniwl by an escort of soldier, llio Most engine the nwcity of selocting a good and dates received by it were to the 12th ulU tnic tmm to represent us m our uciegate in . .nost oi me impers wire mu -v.. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. ICSTAnXjISIITCi:) lSO-t J. II. MAItlOX KwruR. SATURDAY MOUNIXft. MAHCH ' To Subscribers. Wc will notify otir stiWribers of the dUe of extrirntion or the time for which they fcfcaU liave paw, and, should they not renew their snbfrrlp tlora, In rMonble tlrac, thy need not exjct to receive the paper. Taxes. The "leeches," as one of our correspondent termed the Internal Revenue Officers, are on the rampage again. We havo noticed tlio Assistant Assessor of this Division going his rounds, calling on each individual to show hi? hand and hold himself ready to...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 March 1868

i Ire CVYV ,t';MV MORNING, MAUCIt 7, 1808. K . train or wagons belonging to Mornr. , i ,11 1 iVnowth nrrircd hero from Dale -, ! ! with Rood, for Rnvcnn and I Mr lisnliford received several keg of ,j built r. which wa iiamy needed here., ni , !mut were entirely out of tbo article, r it will not lie long before our farmers will in .upli butter to supply the homo demand. ,. . ni'I i It. if t'ey hut try, ntnl wo believe 1 1, in' ilmo it long ago wcro It not for tho i . ,T d.played by the Apache In cotifiscnt- , a ,t Elliott, started Tuoday morning, for , - X nleV ranch, on Granite cr.-ek, for tho ..,f erecting n dwelling hotte anil out V great ileal of lumber bus been taken . '. -, IIiiwcm nml Giles will plant some t ,i ,r''i of corn. r irpi ntew lately employed at Camp htt rati been discharged, on account, , ie of there being no lumber on hand at a ,. ..r at the saw mill. Ctirtk A Norm, t .if the miw mill, have found It impos t ! u Kiipply of Iog on hand this win ,7 h to Hie muddy con...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 March 1868

tfi.9j Tf. 5 HKS1 SI rite on a Mine v. Sam PHiscMco AnrAt-r -Mr Thorns Horn- I the only authorized agent for the Minimi In San Francisco. Orders left nt hU office, New Mrr- chmit'a Exchange Building, room No. 30, Calllur- nia street, will be promptly Attended to, liEIIN.WllUNO Aoenct. 1'. 0. Subr, news dealer, Is aathorlzed to net as agent for the Minimi At San Bernardino, California. I Written for the Mi.vr.n.) To Carrick. Here's a health to theo, Carrick, hold Carrick of fame, Thrice blessed wru the day when to Prescott jou came, For Hed Skins now tremble, and fresh laurels youH galu, When you ride with your troopers o'er Arizona' vast plain. Charge, clrtrge! Is the cry; quick unjhuxth cv- ' ' cry blade, Press your spurs rowell deep, for war Is our trade; Cut front, right and left, keop your steeds well In band, Till wt drive the 'cursed foe from Arizona's fair land. May success, gallant chieftain, attend when you ride, O'er the fields of wild strife, with your troopers well tried...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 March 1868

Ok v ... y;Jt , ,...,....,. . . r ,, ft ft - VOJj. xo. u,. X Drnmrrnllr rvvn n-r, ilrvntitl In Ihr I n c ii int 1 1 nil of nil.tlllltlniiitl I'rlnrlplr nf Wotrriimrtit, mill tlir ml vitiic-uiriit or tlif lulrl rU of rifl'J' met Inn of Arljonn. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, .A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTlofll 0 ,c "tv. otn- year, f'ATO One ropy, six months, ' On.- opy, three month., $t.f,0. .s.nlr f :opfM, K cent inch. ADVERTISING RATES: 111 f ' one llnio, t&Od; each siltlltlotia. 0 vnrr, one time, SSJW; each sddltloiMl t fl ' u aMulonil lialf sitfare "" quarc, satne r rl' ments measuring o(6f Oae-bair square , ,,iinl il and rlMrxcN HM Muar. r ,i .liM-oiint willim matte to person eon- 1 ,A ih mim advertisement fbr three, six, or in' 'lit li 1 f ,'.-,. hi il or Imslne curtly Inserted upon r - "'i i U ii-rrnn. E i ' I " TrnJrr Xotet taken nt pur in pnymtnt f - in i- rtptfjix, uiittriiiiHy otvtjob kwI Terim, Iitvurlulilj' In nil vh nee. ull II M RTOV, HBN.I. It. WEAVER, l'uM...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 March 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. II. MAUION.. KunnB. SATCItDAY MORNING, MARCH H, 1868. To Subscribers. Wc will notify our suhrrlbcr of the date of expiration of the time for which they shall hnvc nid, ami, should thoy not ren-w their Btltcrlv. tion, In n r'onihle time, they need not expect to receive the pper. The Apaches. As the season is now close .it hand when, it is IiojkmI, the military will "stir up" our AjhicIio brothrcn, a few remarks by us on tiio subject, will, we trust, not bo consid ered foolish, imjiertincnt or out of place. Hut few white men have ever traveled through the country proper of the Apaches, and we lmvo a great deal to leant in regard to this the most villainous tribe of Indians on the Continent. Wc know that when least expected, they always come to see us, and scarcely ever go away without leaving the , record of their visit written in blood, on tho bosom of Mother Earth, behind them. Upon every road and trail in the Territory can be sen the graves of thei...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 March 1868

vT, j.ji.vy MORNING, MARCH 1), 1RC8. LOCAL IST33WS. ,v Tiie Wat Rutin. Ed. Bowerit and C. W. arc rxpi'i lcil !o arrive In a tiny or two. i .iJ'i) h i-bi-rn living in California during ' miner. Mr. Bowers atnrted from this fur rrancisco, about four monllu no. !. " t tHi Kim a largo tpiantlty of garden ceK , e fruit trees etc., which liu will plant nt tils i. ..rth i f tlio l'oint of Itooks. ' t s JIitoWNwnv, and hit Company of the , ;t ( ,lT,v)ry, arc on their way Iiore from Camp . x,. Tlii'ir dttinatton li Camp McDowell. u , tU'.i.s's train, it ia tlionglit, ! now at , i , r,,il,i river. It may be eometcnor twelve li fr It arrive? here. X r, ( ' jrni.i mall arrived In l'roieoll, Weil i i'm u laal. Ily it wo received the Dally tr nf 1 ebruary 21nt. We Imvu betm told t, ' ri-l'V said the mniM would be brought ;'arl but for the fact that (lie govern ' .tiiiN f" ecort duty are too po r to , ij ro 1m inn no forngeon theroad belwoen - " ,md Prwoott. " .V tr tin U expected In Proacott, fro...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 March 1868

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