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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 7 May 1870

gvcjwtt tocrtMcmfttfe. . .grwfott pvTrtistmcntj.! .. A Now "Shoo riy." T ;ir Der efeulng gloadt tm ted tllng fal A. young man drough the Ullage bamd, . Shkudlng along deriadorm unil h.UU, tbfelUU dt. tord. tied m hit tall "Oh I dond go inch a night at dote," . HU mudder erlet, ,- Voa rill got fru,,l Dot John Frotl dot vlll nib your ear," Hi only Mid to mil a tenner : g " Of iwi dod look oat yod vM b 1 llaii Iwck and br dot fire .It. M Hat bat 1 dond vat frald a bit" Shoo Fly," " John Hennery " der thmall maid wild, ," Come here u.d ead dU piece of bread." He Jul looked down uod hoifnl a elgh " Fa a bully bo mlt a glate eye.; Higher and higher dot yonng man v.nt. For de thdnrmt he dond did eare a cent, 'At h rlbod de thnow uff bit lefd ear. Dem tordi ru heerd ibdlll thdrong und glean " Shoo Fly." In boud a vte k. or may bo more, Uer beeple heerd an i. w fal roar, I tot founded loud und far und vide, ' From ray ub on der vnoundaln't M : ,. f,J - "BbooFly." Dwo men vat oud a tbondl.g t...

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. — 14 May 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER volume vir. PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY M, 1870. NUMBER 20. HIE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY MORNING, PKE3COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. orSfc:::::::::::::! Three Montlu, 2 50 8,pAMMm not be Vent unlc paid for In ad t ind will inrnrMty bo discontinued t the SKf be me paM for. ADViflR'nsiyo; rw tnnarc ono time, W.OO; wveh additional tin llAo. EacU additional square, samo rate. t liberal discount will bo made to person con tfnolnr th advertisement for three, tlx, or twflte mootb. ProWlonal or business card Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job Printinpf. Tut Mwtu office. Is well supplied with 1'rcsses, Main Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prirtor 1 determined to execute all work with whlrb he mV be lavored In tho neatest and best ttTleoftheart. Work may be ordered from be T rrltorv and, when accompanied with tho cash, ,t will ho promptly executed and scut by mall, or u directed. IYr"n tending n money for subscription, jjr-nliiosnr ...

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. — 14 May 1870

- --i r- I ft: - fW'fPot t. .Yvlstona Territory, "ft IB" y niir, SATtTltDAY MORNING MAY 14. 1870 San VrnnrHen Aceiier. TUoV.vs 1VTCE i the rheHvl ae! for lb M lM:a la San rmurleo. c tntt lrdrtt Mi flRiW. Nn.80(M-iA HcV Merrhaaft Htehanire, CAHfor-ta itrfet, Wlow Montgomery. win ITV nUemled'to. r. f. Fu-HKR. mnmfttOaad 91. Merch rsfian California iM Sau ITaacUeo, 1 authrtil tanotai njent far th Minkb. Jjnle pcW of the Mccia oil be paro&l at tae Ubx, Okd, In hU report, reeominemls that Bvo tere anil many other Apache Indian should be placed on reservations away from mlnlug lands. The above, from tlio tolegraph, mean, wo prasurae, that General Onl lias recommended that the Coyoltro and other bands of Apaches be placed on . reservations, away from mining lands. If so, we indorse the recommendation, and hfjpo that the work of "reserving" the brojithos will soon be commenced, in dead earnest. It will tako liard work, severe light ing, and a good-detd of killing, to convince the Apache...

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. — 14 May 1870

h Si? Local TutclliKcilcc. rmacoTT. May ll, 1870.' Weather, Crops, Prospects, Etc. These arc themes we do not core to write about, Just now, yet tlieymutt lie "written up," c-cca-.inndllv The tveather-tho past tveek-tini boon nlbir Warm for this season ami UiU nltltiulo. We bad rcaeou to expect rain, but have not been Lloased Willi any. Sign aro numerous In the heavens, l.ul, It Is tlio genem! ftar that wo will -et no rata uutll July. Wo are not possessed of IhU ftar, ami think the country will get a aoaklnt uCf,, re that time comes nrouml. Of cotnrie, It U now ruth, r late in the scnAon to expect much ram. jet, if people will recollect, wo lwtvo had mint rams. In f..rmcr years, after this date. Lost vTar it r.'in.-d heavily, on Sunday, April SI. and L on May 0. this region wn visited by thun. iTriUorM. Then, on June 10th. we had more Umndvr howrrs. The sprlntf of W was still J SwUm that also of &). lint, In those vrar .r. r - at leaat, thcue living In the vlctn Itr of I'r- dt h...

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. — 14 May 1870

About tho Arabs. A Song of tho nftoontli Anicndmont Come all you happy tUrVlM, Dinah, I'omti anil Crow, Du 'muiidmrnt jtcwseil tie 'I.tter, Now wo lmb a blow; I'ompoy wld do banjo, licvir whl de bonw, Gumbo wld do tmuborlue, Solinuheotlii' tonw. llrlng forth do little Tublloaii,- Noil and OUiardfoot Ebry one n ticket, Kbry ono a vote; Ebrv one a Mibbreu, t Kkll 'foro do law Cblnir-flrlmr, a clilng-aTlng', Chlng-a-rlng chaw. ( 0 Ciesar 'flustns, . f How you gwlno to vote? Ebrytlng U lubly, How do darkles float I 1 wrote for Freddy Douglas1 To be do President; Itcvcls for Uc 'slstaut How's you gwlno to went? Fompey on do Jury, Williams on dc bench, (Jumbo In do Senate, Sluginatlu' French; Douglas In do Whlto House, Dis clitlo for Mr. Dent Possum fit an' coon Rronsc, Won't de nation went? Go way, whlto mau, Dou't you come anlgli, Glzzanlfoot an' Shhibbncs, Chalk In de eye. We are now all votlsts, F.kll 'fore de law Chliiir-a-rlns; a ring-i-chlng, Cblng-a rlng chaw. Tho Salmon Ascending...

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. — 21 May 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YH. 1TOCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1870. NUMBER 21. TILE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY MORNING, l'HKSCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUnCRlPWON: One Copy, Ono Yror. 7 0C . Six Monthi....... H Threo Months 2 U Slnfilo Copies, 25 Papers will not be sent unless pnW for In nil- Tsncc, ami will invariably be discontinued at the rod oftbo tlmo paid for. ADVjnimSINOl One square, one time. f.'I.OO each additional tlmr, f I.M, Eaoh nddltloual square, same rate K liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or twelvemonths. Prof-sslotml or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job l?r in tiiipf. Till! Minsk office Is well supplied with Presses. Plain. Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro pne or Is .Iclcrnilncd to execute all work with which he may bo favored In tho neatest and best style of tho art Work may be ordered from any part or the Territory, nnd, when accompanied with the c...

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. — 21 May 1870

i t I'i'osoott, Arlseonn tlVrrltory. SVTUltDAY MOKSMKO MAY 21. 1S70. Situ KrittirUcn cniry. Tllosns Hove l the autliurieed sf-nt fur the SltSKR In Ssn I'mncl-o;;. Onlen left at hl offleeu WJ (m.t tlnnrt. MnrhMl 14 hnhanev, C.il'fcmln itreet, Mow Montgumpry, will bo I'rontly atteodrtl to, I 1'. rwiRK, romn20od 51, Mwchant ! Kxeli.wce, California itreet, Saa Vrancix-o, li authorlm1 to act u aeut fur the MlSF.tL S1el copir of the SltNEH caa be imrchaxhl at the 1'iisttXSlee. The Si Diego Mines. These mines nro not jxjnnlnsr out as " fluently " a the " world " was, a short time as;o, led to expect. Nevertheless, tlielr owners nro hopeful, and wo learn from tlio Union of the 5th, that a quarts mill was on tho way from San Francisco. Hope It will pay. A vets of coal, nliotil lonr feet thick, was, a short time ao, discovered near Elko, Nevada. The Independent says It locution Is about l'J miles from the railroad. WooDJiurr it Ensou's elaboration, near Hani' llton, Nevada, was destroyed hy A...

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. — 21 May 1870

Letter from New York City. gtcjdcott IMvcvttecmcttt Indian Raid Crops and Quartz. From Walnut Grove. site mMx- Local Intelligence. Pbkscott, Mny 21. 1870. From tho Lower Agua Frio. Crop(l-DmlnB of o Corral-Indian-. . . who arrived 1"" ,n ,&th" from 1,,e not heaey enou.. In that vlclnl.y to fLW- The ruin thn, de; i" , thnrt time although "" fttU- '"'I"'1 wlrrfntly. rat of Mr Townteml mngm nrc. recently, mm turned. One of Mi tun M pretty " . quite plenty l th Wnlty of the nettle- , , n.H, for wonder, committed ny deprcda U ,' ', hi the tints the uty left 8mle from thrir its. !.'' 1D ,1,rM-,lon' rlai-. thebrutet .Wtnetcal. Tho tettlcr will l apt to hear fr a th'm I ja m reifewuie anucuni ik1" "i l" Pec. inri'lrinK me i.. K. Quartermatter't ...I. tl .. I.t. 1 V)l fYl i.uin.t. II -nrtmr'' U1ip Jtcwun.n, - " .J 1 opened to-day. by Cpt J U Ji.bntb.n, ' , . . . . I .. . will nn 1m.1. A A.U U ,J lh.ll 1 UK fctllll . - . uS ,1 open prwpuMU tor furnlthlng 1,000 cerdt liwwd.orWM. . ("i, at ...

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. — 21 May 1870

Eas? I! (I (V China, Japan and tho United States. Qcakeus and Indians. A gentleman who ia a close obsorvcr nnd of largo experience, writing from Washington, says: "Four-fifths of the Congressmen nnd Sen ators sustain General Sheridan in tho posi tion he has taken In Indian affairs. It is cenrrally assumed hero that Mr. incutit f.nu-or u n rUinnarr liutnanitarinn, whoso observations, both in Alaska and on the Whether for good or evil, it appears quite 'certain that not many years will elapse until t.n IThWoiI Stntna linrnmns more closely con-1 uininc nm f littln iirae.tii-al consideration. ncctcd with tho above-named heathenish ' A decided reaction has taken place against yUis, .,i .,!, ,in.nm noonlc. Tho I tlielUiiakcr ana bnmanwriwi jm.. - " -..-..0- 1--1 i....:.:.!. il. - ....1 mtii i urn i i nn n- iunaiu.1 iuc Nmij,vr-, ...... -- - MJUirncrcla! and Eunuftrturing classes aro loiui in moir ueraanus iur mui n"" to run between San Francisco and ports in China and Japan; and, knowing ...

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. — 28 May 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER VOLUME VII PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNIXG, MAY 28, 1870. NUMBER 22. i -r t n A "XT A irTATl?P TllJi AltLWii jU.lll.uav. PUBLISHED OTIY SATURDAY MORNING, rBESCOrr, rAYtfMCOMamf, awzoka. ft 7 00 c&::::::::::::::::: joo m Three Months, " jJ Single toP,V;nVonI'dfor In ad. JSStffily bo discontinued at the Jndof& time paid for. nn, .anarc. one time, 3.00; each additional ,w 11$ Each additional 8fluarc' Mmo . ,iI -i'.ii.rount will be made to person con tfA!f rho'iimo advcr'tUcment for .1. or "iSSHS" uudncs. card, inserted upon reasonable tcrro. job Printing. Tnr. Miek office UweiTinpiillcd with Prww, Villi. rncT nd Ornamental Type, and thejiro vuin,tnci nu v clecut0 all, worlcnvith J&ie 5-l ta the neatest and be.t . aTiIiA art Work mar be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied witii win U will l5 1 promptly executed and cut by mall, or u directed. Prions sending us money for inscription, JerTtXorV work, mar forward It by mal....

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. — 28 May 1870

All 4l:l lrosoott, -A.rir.onft Torritory. SATURDAY MOUN'ING MAY 28. 1670. Sun Krnnrlco Aemc)'.-THOMAS HOTCB I" ths aaibneW affwrt for th MUB la Sao KmnH;. Onlrr Wti at hi ner. No. '.W ue.I fliorV Mefehml'i hxehat?, Calltont Ut, Mew Montgomery' win U prwntdly I p. FBHBB. rewl 20 ad itl. Un -iaJ.fi f y-ruf. CaHfornta itrw. San rrandMO. I aathurlinl loaelu KBt fur tt MIXER. SW1 of the JIWER oaa U porehaied at thr New Mexico. The latest news from this Territory, which adjoins our own on the East, is to April 30th. Wo have the Santa Fc Pott of that (Into, and loarn from It that a party of men had started from Santa Fe, to prospect the San Juan country.... Ax-Governor Amy had arrived from Washington and gone to his home in Abiouiu. He intended, soon, to visit the various tribes of Indians In the Territory... B. J. Water, a Miourian, had been nomi natod by the President to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Bench of the Territory. The Pott says he is a " reliablo Republican.". . . . J. & M....

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. — 28 May 1870

Local -Intelligence; I'Btwarrr, May it, 1870. Turn to KlU- HiMsetr.-Abmrt 4 o'clock, on ...afternoon of Thnrsday Iwt, ityounff man cnf. dat Kendall's drug More, waa prevented I j icilrojlu? himself hy the timely Intorfer ,0f Dr Kendall. appears that tho yoong " " bo U mwo or less iiioJccUq ill or mclnn ,r had l' dduklDC pretty freely of splrlt " i. jnort, mid as, no doubt, under tho InOu " .f the ptrlw at tho tlmo ho wag preparing C mmit (lie rash act. The Doctor was Inn ' t room of the building, flxlng some pictures a frames, he" hU "c,ll,on Mtt allmcteJ ly the M-le suicide propounding tho question, 'ttbst nld you do with tho corjrso of a. man w j hid committed snfcldcT" or word similar uilae Turning quickly nromid, tho Doctor hm istonUb' d to sec the rash youngster standing ja le coolly In tho door, with the inutile of a toAei six -shooter agnltisl the side of hU head, t!r .hwI cocked nud linger oti the Irlpgcr. Quick ai' ti vgitl did Wr- Kcndill bound toward lilrn, . .. nuuit. an...

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. — 28 May 1870

cv Let it Pass. Be not swift to take offense; Let it pass I Anger Is a Too to sense j Let It pass! V Brood not darkly o'er a wrong, ' Which will disappear crc long; Rather sing this cheerful song, Let It pass! Echo not an angry word; Let H pass! Think how often you hare erred; Let It pass! Since onr Joys must pass away, Like the dew-drops on the spray, Wherefore should our sorrows stay? Let It pass! If for good you've takes fll, Let It pass ! Oh! bo kind and gentle still ; Let It pass ! Time at last makes all things straight; Let us not resent, but "wait, And our triumph shall be great ; Let It pass ! Bid your nngcr to depart; Let It pass! Lay these homely words to heart Let It passl Follow not the giddy throng, Better to be wronged than wrong; Therefore sing the cheery song, Let It pass! The Hour of Triumph. With the darkest clouds that etcr Cast a shadow on my way, Always came a gleam of sunshine, With It vivifying ray. To the proud and broken spirit Even thas It seemed to say, "T...

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. — 4 June 1870

IWflTJ a 1 THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. 4 VOLUME VII. PftESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1870. NUMBER 23. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PBE80OTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. smisc htpxion-: One Copy, One Year.. . J0 ii Six Month 3j ii Three Month " sttielf Copies, j " P.wn wilt not be sent unless paid for In ad. TineTind w, ''mrMlf bo discontinued at the tDd of the time paid for. ADVICIi L'lSIXG: Onf square, one time, 13.00; each additional time, tlio. Jin additional square, unw rate. A liberal discount will Iks made to persons con tinning the mc advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. rrorrlonl or business card Inserted upon rfionhle term. Job Printi ri & - The Ml!wi office Is well supplied with Presses. FUIn. Fsncy and Ornamental Tn. and the pro. nrltwr H determined to cxi-cule all wWV with which he mny be favored Id tbe neatest and best (tvieorthcuru Wotk mr be ordered from any, part of the Territory, Mid, when accompaoled with tbo cash, it...

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. — 4 June 1870

I III II fmf1ltTH r I ell 45 roacbtt, Arissbiiu aVrritory. MORNING." ..... JUNK -I. Indians and Whitci. The militarv post known,nsCampMcpowr, ell, isTsituatcu m iuo souiuern iui v. vj nal county, onthe pastern bank of thf ill Venle. about nlndv-milcsAnbovo the SATURDAY Sun Vruiirlnco Aixciir.y TuoMah novct 1 tho unthnrltflJ iwnt for the litxrn In Sjn 1'- C.JiWn.tttort,'tlow Mimt?um.ty. will l P"'W ftrfitttml u. , irr.TffllSirhMm,W 91. Mcrchsnt'i r.xcht. CMlfornla .trwt. Sau rranclcg, U faor!il toctm a,;ut fuf thOlBflili. S!tul cof'. of th Htxra mo be purcUAwd at th lVtotliee. ' 1 .5 Hail Matters Again. ' TIiU is a fust age, and the United States is a fast country; at least, so wo learn, once in r groat while, when' a coach arrives here with mall matter from "America," and other "for eign" countries. Oh, how we wish North ern Arizona was "fast," too, so that her pco pie would bo enabled to keep up with the ttmesl'and inakc a bustle in the wot Id. But, rfrr sqtnc reason, they are not ...

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. — 4 June 1870

" . -i4 "Avify" . THE DELUGE AT. B.UENQsTaYIIES. rife Local Intcla.ffci.ee. I'ltKHCOTT, Juno 4, 1870. Day and Good Man for Killing Indians. Oood aim T.CIU.mt'cr.of Klrkland Va Icy, In this county, l ln.moriallr.cd lilmsdf by dcstrntclilnp three ievtUl. Arches, one day, recently. On h dSylnqllOn,an,)Who U a yoims .nan, k down LI. now and reliable sUtecn.sl.ootcr, nd parted Into the Mil. to preset for game, ne not gone a crcnt dbUuco before he espied, burin on the limb or a tree, whmt nppcarcd to I rulvcr filled with arrow, iuch ns our Indian Saids are In the habit of letting fly at us. That odver sud those arrows, hanging there, led Bam iM.U8.M l' tboughtthoro mutbo Indian iTbv. He WM corrcc, for' l,rcl,y ,00n, U1' ' ld amg Uead from under the trcti. Sam m It at It, nd spoiled it look by making a hip; boltet bele In It. Three or ttur more savage head Lrt then ccn by hlra, and, lest their owners AonMMCMoWm or being partial, lie honored each one with a .hot. The Indian, had gun., too, ...

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. — 4 June 1870

The Farmer and the Tariff. Why Aunt Sally never Married. "Now, Aunt Sallv, do please teli us why vou never married. You know you said once that when you were n gijjjou were engaged to a minister, nnd promised that rn w.,,,1,1 iMI n nil About it sometime, Now, Aunt, pleaso do." " Well, if ever I did see such girls in all my born days It's tease, tease, iro.n morning ... till n e it, out what you rauu Know an auom """ fuii- .1... i..'. ...t. i..i.tnns. m free know anything about. Such inquisitive, pestiferous creatures as you arc I Y hen I was young, girls was different; they minded their business, and didn't so sailinc around crats. with a whole string of beaux, gettin1 their heads filled with all sorts of nonsense. I never dared to ask my aunts, married or sin gle, about any of their affairs. Pretty mess I'd got into if I had. When they offered to to have snr ncneo till I tell vou. whv list listen, and don't let mo hear a word out of one of your mouths till I tret through." "That's ...

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. — 11 June 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER.' VOLUME YII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY M0IINIXG-, JUNE 11, 1870. NUMBER THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHEiTeYERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AIUZONA. STJHSORIXXIOJr: One Copy, Ono Year.: $7 00 a u Six Months.... ...... w u Three Months, 2 50 SinzW Copies ..... f ,wr, will not le cent nnless paid lor In ad vance, and w'11 ""waWy bo discontinued at the end of tbo time paid for. AXV1CU risi2o: One sonarc. one time, ?3.00; each additional time, tliu. E6" additional square, same rate A liberal illsconnt will lw made to person con llnulnjf the nine advcrtlscmeut Ibr three, six, or twdre months. ' l'rofiMlonM or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terras. Job Printlnj?. Tnr. Mtvrn ofnee Is well supplied with Presses, Haln. Fancy and Ornamental-Type, the pro nrlfidr Is determined to execute all work with which ho may bo tawed In the neatest and best itjle of the art. Work may bo ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the ...

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. — 11 June 1870

lrjK0Ott, Arlstonn Territory. SATUKDAY MORNING. ..JUNE II, IS70. Hn it Krnrlcn Airrnry. TAoMAS BOTCK It tli uUorlil sjftot for th Mist n in flsn Fnmciscu. OrUVn l-n ill hU offlo. Nu. W (imgd 4r). MmliHl'l Exehang. Cllfurnl strwt, Mow JIvLlgoinwy, will b promptly !toJl to. L. P. rtsniMbMOmsttUnd 31, Merchant's r.ichin, Cillfarnln s'.wt, Sin Friacttcu, t MUicrUsJ to act at ftnt for the MIXtR. Hat coplts of lh Muun can V puroLwd it U Pustofifc. Bad News, if True. The Pre-ddent lias peremptorily ordered mili tary commanders to prevent militia and volunta ry organisations from hunting Indians. All the papers have the above new s from Washington, and it must be that Ulysw has said it. His reasons for 'issuing such an ab surd order an-, of course, unknown to us. Perhaps he is going to take tho Geld against, the savages nnd make short work of them, but it is more likely that he has been con verted to the Quaker doctrine. Should his order be strictly enforced, we may bid good bye to nil our ...

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. — 11 June 1870

or Local iiitclllclM Pbescott, Juno 11. 1870. .t at me Bn YAnn.-SatUrdar Jast; c ,bc url yum . ---. r. est Blue oi upumw TllM (hi tfc, ' bard a'. worK, iuo u..., u.,...a -...(MHnakllu. Jlf.M , cSppcts 10 nave be utinnliWrt id kamcd bv tlic lime " ' . brtVwn the flirt d Oth of July nci!, j , .. two or three of oar mcrclmnta Ji.ivc about "i wlMIr mind, to build brick store, so si they can procure material, he l confident. X Mc to sell the brick he can possibly Si wrumcr. We did not learn whether or S c Intend, to locr hi. old price, clfibtch dollar, per thousand, but presume that he r.ll H. iNO LWrv-We learn tl.at T.II. Head, one O1""- . . ..III...,. U MIJ of Prwcott'. wok iuuuiui" ,.,....., . - in torulog lime, nenr town. Sitkori HOlE AND LOT.-HT. HICUUluuu ut ,otd bU liouic and lot, on the cast side of the f-Mi, to Mr. Hodrlgo. We have not learned the pritt paid. Faou hie TiTtn IUisArAMi-A. Mcwr.. DavU, md McKlnncn arrived In town Monday last, from tieieaJnfthc Ilassavarnpa, procure...

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