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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 March 1868

ARIZONA gjH MINER. I'RKSCJOTT, SATT XT?. TXA.Y, MARCH 21, 1SOS IV O- 12. A Dfmncrnlle .VciTiirr, ilrvotnl to Hie iltt,ilrnllon mf Coitatlttttlnttitl l'rlnrlilr nf (Jnvrriuiirtit ami I lie mint ncriii-nt of the Inlrrris nt every section if Ariiomt. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT prbscott, a. rr. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: f . .fwt on'' year, 17.00 One copy, fix months, f l.xi unc copy, mree inomin, Pingle Copies, 25 cents cacti. ADVERTISING RATES: fli'f square, ouc lime, tC.bO; each additional lit spiare, one lime, ?3.00; each additional t 1 " J i h additional half square and square, same r A -, r rtiscmntg measuring over one-half square w, j e (ounU-d and cltarseil one iiari. il ilitcoutit will Ih rrvido to persons con i ' Mi eame advertisement for three, six, or t Ti"rr.inth. ' ' ' r -.Mini or business cards Inserted upon re;- -iv le terms. C, f lAinl Tender Xoiet taken at jtar in payment frij. i rtitiM,ndvcrtiiingandjot xrork. Term, lnvrlnljly In nclrmiee. ; .ifVH MARIOS, DESM. II. W...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 March 1868

y. ; hS i Q'.'t ' vXJs' ' rvrvnAJV vi.ViVv S.flLD OF THAT IS C000". THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. Hi ST .A. HL.lSJr.1Cl. ISO-!,. J. ir. JIAHtoS I'.mitin. PEESCOTT: SATURDAY1 MORNING. MARCH 21, 18BP. Mining News. Ilia Itru District. Last week, In company with Messrs. (3 ray, Wundcrllch, Allen, nml Coul ter, we made a trlj to Hlg Dug, nml made a care ful examination of several nf the mines In that district. The tunnel on the Entente lode was run In nbont 160 feet on the vein, which In no one place U lew tlMti six feet wide. The amount of rock taken ont of this tunnel Is liniiK'iie, ami If It mk llfteeu or twenty dollars to the ton, we consider it the highest tiling In the mountains. In some places, the Eugenie U over ten feet wide. ll solid quartz and (mlphurets. We neit visited the (Inleiia mine, and were lowered lxty feet Into the lUUfeet shaft. At the depth of fl.xty feet, a drift In run In upon the ledg" a dUtnur-e of about twenty feet, and wo were more surprised than ever at beh...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 March 1868

j. vTl ijijAV MOUSING, MARCH 21, 1808. LOCAL Mebs. CtniY, Grlllln ami Manasseh left this ,. ,ilurdav last for Wickenburg, rfa Walnut f vi1' Mr Gray will go to I.a I'nz to attend to d", imsliiws there ami will soon return to 1W (jtt. Do'J-ist. Our facetious frlentl, 0. Allen, who run t'raJ' 0'',, ostnblishmcnt In this town, . 50ft spot somewhere In Ills head for i;lce nine purp nl well developed spotted dorgs. The cut family, too, find in litm an anient ailtnl ' Wherever lie goes he Is followed by a rcg- "iar ineiiageno or ciinurtipeus wnicn appear to fC-M'eliim nigniy A lioree will leave Ills bar- .. i ... Allen. Tim brutes know him for l' i kindlier and attend his footsteps wherever ' .,r II Allen possessed as much powerover tie ant''1' f,,lr S('x " s 0VlT 'l"drupeds. j, wonMfeHon nettle mat I era with the bimux or I'u ''t by having every belle In town afterhim. Out amigo, I. (J. Dlchason, was In lownrocent K untl returned again to his ranch on the Agua Frio. VTi'l '"'i liebecame t...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 March 1868

ntn Sx KiUNrtsrn Aorncv. Mr. Thomas How. I the only authorized agent for tin- Minku I:i San n feeo. Orders toft at hi ollljo, Si-w Mer-i tit's Exchange Htilldlnir, room No. So, Cnliror- street, will be promptly attended to. ' 1 ' chant S.n IlsiiN vniUNO AfiEscT. F. C. Huhr, news dfnler, U uutliorlr.otl load tlx agent for the Mim:h at San Ilernsrdlno, California. To the South! To the South! parody 01 Dupanuo's "To the West" JIT ASIIEIt M. WMOIIT. To the South! to tho South! Down to brave Tennessee, Where the whlto man's a ittf, And the negro It Tree; Where a man, If ho' black, With a oto In his hsnd, Can crush his white " brother," And rule o'er the land. To the South! to the South! To the land of thi sun, ' Where fruits may be gathered, And spoils may be won; Where the sons of the soil Keel the rod or our wrath, And mourn o'er the ruin Wo strewed In their path. To the South! to the Sooth! Where Old Cotton was King, Kro Negroes and Yankees Had not In the "King;" Where tho ground Is e...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 March 1868

if at ART7 VOL. "V rs'o. 1:5. andTtf- 1.1561. a-t- Mf lKJ,f ,yofJ 1 c lltmorrntlc .etrsiu prr, iltvntiil t t,,c Inralrntloii of ('mist 1 1 ill lomt 1 l'rlni l)ir f C01 iriiiucul, nil the ml viinrciiirnt nf thr Intrrcsts of every r linn of Arizona, PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PKESCOTX, T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: opy, one year, J7.00 One copy, six itiontho, H 00. One copy, tlirce moiitli, liUHJ. Single Copies, !iS cunts each. Or.e ADVERTISING RATES; IU!f square, one time, fU.OOj each additional r - 11 W. Di.' square, one time, tfl.OO; oach additional t: II W Fa.Ii additional half square aud square, same rt. Hrcrttctiu-ntn niMMorlng over one-tialf square ' he counti'd and chnrced on niwra. A tleral tli-coim I win be nwile to person con ' ,-...1111: tin- faun; advortisemetit for three, six, or h-Itc months, I'r ri.afluii.il or business card Inserted upon rraions'ile terms. C' IamiI Trnitrr Xotr taken at par in vaument (jt mbuription, adrerthmy mid jib work. Trrnu, Iiirnrlatily In mlv...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 March 1868

v jb? jiomratnw THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. H. XAXMIX. BSCOTT: SATURDAY MOUSING, MARCH iis. IK,. Southern Pacific Railroad. Tin: Mij.k Is I nr. Cocoamt. The Miskr etui ntiuoti to show that lt bitter aidim iv to Governor McCormtik cltm.- not arm- doty tiolitical fey-Hug, We ' oniH and aeinMt imcrei with It. jtirt iIwm iMit (wm-ftof n ixiWi' mM I much fiii' the femoral f the eanltal, hut hi , heart xn Hied on the letMnHve printing, and a Ibis cannot now he done at the Mtxtca office. In- i mail with all who had to do w ith j changing the scat of jro. eminent. This U ; the milk in the eoooatiol, ami Uie Inn cau-w- of the young man'. exaenuiun. . imm. What n j!tjr if ft, Judge, that a lawyer, editor rtd hotel-keeper of your hntnottfu cal ibre ttnnot tell the truth ! Oar " animosity " foV the "statesman," a you r-ycophantishly At a number of interfiled pen-ons are try hn$ to direct tin- location of the &u J'fteffc Metfmad from th mh to that 31 parallel, by every specica of aophl...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 March 1868

ni- .j.a X 1 ifll. J 1 If A -'ael LINDf ctobt Hi ;iy1 iatl )lt III-' l.iiVi !oNIN(!.MAl:cil 2s, 1S08. LOCAL 3STE"WS. .. . iriMiis' train arrived hero from Lo ,. i .iliti.rniii, Snnday l(tt, with good Im-11 A HHffum, anl Wormvr ,fc Co. i ii, u'.h wn conknmed In making tha trip. . tr i ri we received a supply of wiis -. nlmh arrived Jnt In time to tnve ui i, ( impelled to luo llio .Mi.hhk upon j v paper. s iv, -khv. who Ihh been reMdtngln Call j, ,. mug Ha- paal winter, returned here with ii i irnin, nil Intend to'pliintntMl ralK' , -k'lll valley. He ay that were It no! r the Apaches, ltttlldrrd of famtlie j j. avi' California and oorit here. Rethink w :H all il drawback, Arteowi ii much the .:. ry on the I'solflo Coa.t for a poor man. tic working in I be aotithern conn i'..firi!. f'r SIS per montli, nml a great u , - uoikU find employ sunt, uven at tbta , T' "i nf Aniwau.- It li tv wall known i tv lh"- trade of ArfaoM, the city nf Ig th.- .nitc of California, If Indebted in f.r the t...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 March 1868

Suit Fkaicisco Aorni t - Mr. Thorn u Biyi ! It the onlj authorized airent Tor the .Mim.h hi wi Fmnetsco. Order left at hit offlYe. Nov Mr- chant's K.tchaiure Bulldlnit, room No w, Ualifor nl street, will I promptly attended to. ( San Bhsariin(i Ac(s t. K. (' Nihr. news- i dealer, Is authorized to act a g:ni or h- Minmi j at San Tternardlno, California. I From the Now York Evening Post.) The Old Man's Dream. Y MR. L. L. DKMISO. 1 0"fWr Ton thmkro tonight, Athlene? Of wkti are rra thinking to-nbrbt ? Sir hair It white, I know Ian old. Yet, hare I ot Jewel, haw I ittot gold For 7o, my beantlfnl qneen, Athlene J For what are yon sighing to-night. Athlene! For what are yon slffhlBg lO-nfirht ? A Rtmu heraetf nilfffc ha atentwl to con To dwell la ueu a magnificent home As this I hare glvea to then, Athlene ! Wiry torn from my protfrred careaa, Athlene ? why torn from my pro Bt-red caret ! Von cannot ejpaet a palsied old man Cos Id pet and eareaa at ypanjrcr men ran ; Vat I tovt yn, lay be...

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

nir a P1IMSCOTT, SATURDAY, APRIL -1. 1HGK 3VO. 34.-.. K DtinnrrHtle .YcST.pniirr, di rtitrri to tllf n,nlftloii of tonlllntlniiil l'rlnrlplrt of (oviriiiuriit, Hint the nil vnnci mriil ir ttir Itifcrriifo of rvrry nirtloii f ArUuiut. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, -A.. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: I v. 'in- vpar, $7 00 One eopv, lt months, f4 (Jiif i oj.v, thrw months, ttM, Siuj;!' Cojiic, So wnis each. fii. ADVERTISING RATES: f iurp, ono time, 82.00; cash additional in t. s uTiaro, on5 time, 9.1.00; oath' uildltlonal . h aitlitiuml half iar and tiare, name r . tni-nts tn'tasurlni; over one-half iwfre .1,1. J and f-lwrewl on sqiwru. . 1 '. cnint will Ihi niatlc to prsons con i' t.i ' advcrtlMtneiit ftr thret', Ms, or '. no His p. r..;ii)i or Imslnecs card lntTtel upon t.-rms. If," lr"t' Tewlrr Sn'rx taken at ;ir in paymtnl f r t'i vr,ptwn adrertiting an'ljui teerk. - TrrtiK. In vnrliilily In n.lvancc. ''ilIN H "MtlOV. HESM. H. WEAVEK, I's'itlslu-ro sod Proprietor YAVAPAI COUNTY...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 April 1868

t? 'J coovJ hf THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. in); KSTAIlL-ISltJ':!) lBO'l J. II. MAKIO.N,... .Khiioh. PHBSCOTT: SATUKDAY MOK.VING, APRIL 4. 18C8. T ..!... . .ll.,r..rnntlinp minibcr of the Miskk will reach its readers, , except those of them who live in the vicinity I of Prescott, the Democratic Convention will have asetnblcd in Wiekenburg, and put forth a platform of principles, and a end , ate fbr Delegate to Congress. We hope delegates from every county in tho Territory will at tend and take jmrt in tho proceedings. We hate no interest in the matter further thnn that we wish to sec a good, honest, intelli gent Democrat nominated one who, if elect ed, w ill labor for the interest and wclfaro of the Territory. Tho Convention has leen called to meet on the eleventh instant, and upon its choice de-nds the future welfare of Arizona. Nominate no man who is not thor oughly Ariuxiian. Governor McCormicx, who bus been down in Sonora all winter, among his con stituontg, is coming up here ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 April 1868

;0 i - VTt ltDA V MORNING. APRIL I, lPfiS. LOCAL 2STE"WS. Lieutenant Someilty, with part of :. Cavalry, loft Fort Whipple on .. ...I. I" ihf Jtnli f M.irvli. In pursuit of the hand of hull- ( . II. rl 1 . ,vli" vc neen mimy pruniing in win viciti JItl ... I I ... I . .1 He will nl'o endeavor to hunt up the w here-! .,',..(, of the Attache-Yutmu, who arq reported u, tmve left the reservation, and after coulliig tl,,. -uuntry funth of here, return by way of the J.wiT Verde. Lieutenant LarricK, witn tins remainder of Co. , , v..ri Wlilimle on the 1st iut. to 1 look after . ' i ..n the l' liner Verde. It Is believed t then- i-. a large Uanchorli. In the Red .Stone I , - . . . . . . ringe. north and east of Tonto Plateau, on Ulaok ...,,,(, nnd murlv south of Hell Canvon. r lUltev acuouipiiniod the expedition as Guide. 1 t.f li a-e- oi i.. re siuhi reuuperuiing i manly frame, we were awoke from our peaceful , r their -eveie winter service In the Wallap.ii I slumiieu by the report of a pUt...

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

prison it IHincv. Sin PitiNcuro Aobncv. Mr. Thomas Rnyri i the only authorized aeut for the Mistm in n Kranrlsco. Order left at his ofllce, New Mer chant Bxehanee Building, room No. ISO, Califor nia tfet, wltt be promptly attended to. San Hernimmso Aoem T.--F. (.'. Siibr, Uralcr, Is attthortr.ed to act as agent for the Mim:h at San Bernardino, California. f from th NnU.mal IntlllRor. To the White Men of America. Air " Druee'j Adtirru," American! vrl o proudly trace Lineage from n tiobi race; Who ill n hiirb nml houored place . 'Moos nation at the earth,; r Where 1 nil your freedom (trawl t See ! a wretched negro band Ruling o'r your Southern ; . Where white men now are slaves. Tho' the South at buttle'.' call, Madlv nuked mid lost their all. Shall' we drive thent to the wait. And erinh their manhonl am? Shall n base, iirnohle horde Over whit lain twy the lordg ly vaite with are Yml 9f6rd Oar Kdeu of the South? I our Ciiaktbk mow repealed, L W'kkh our Mtber's blooi has eled t Shall w...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 April 1868

VOL. A ISO. 15. .t IJfiuiifMlIf .Ymiuprr, ilrvnlril to tlir Inriilcnllioi mT Coital 1 1 ul lonii I Pi lnrlplta f (io rrniilrii 1, 11 nil (lir ml rn nrrmrii t or Hir liitrrt ! iif I rry at rl Inn nf .t I Ironii. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PBESCOTT, .A., rr. TERMS OF SU85CFJPII0N: tiincU- ( cijiir, K rent I letter from San Francisco. OOKKKiPON-DKNCK o r ARIZONA MIST.K. Sa.s Fkahcisco, March M. Ifir.S, K. Misi-.ii. The winter is past, nnil the 'UMiion ofotir discontent W made ginHonKv by a clear skjr and genial sim-hine, and I feol like having a chat with my old "companions" in (he wildernet. j Allow me, tint of all, to thruik you for tho i personal items ,,f your pr; they make lit readine; like a chit chat with an old friend ir rear, 7.f 0n ir. lx miHk t'1 fn"n Ar"". Iswidee wving wu a vast fi "H' r,W. moot. MA wwwot vt WrioirT, ami it corresnflndents an equal amount of labor in amwerin them, for wben I know when; are "Tom" II. U'u. of an ordinary steam boiler of the same capa ci...

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

We believe liim t be unscrupulous--untrue tllA fl.VMWt lit! I tKUlV 4 I, II V k IU IS COOOj", ! Thom Six Ukhsardino.TI..' California to cither any section or party ; certainly a mail which arrived Iter int ihmaorous man tps,untru.uwUh such an im-1 brought us tho Gnardim of March Sixth, from port ant tuition a offr Delirgntc in Congress. ! which wo glean tlto following items : t ' .. . i . ...! ....... i K i.itltfn Itnu Ituait fill iilnti'.i I ic re durliut i c nam n men man ; mi vncrgcuv mnu i .v v . one wkm intcresH are identified so closely tho past week, nnd nuim-miHly MhihmI by our i i.i. il .i.,.i4..... .. t....-i . itizuim. havinz fur im object the establish- Willi Kill 1 Ull IiUl.V. UU HI! VBIII 111. IV..-. - l o 7.he Official paper of Arizona. j. tt l'.WTOB. MAUIO.N. PEESCOTT: SATURDAY MOUNINC APIilL 11. liVS. ! " Attention. Democrats,, count upon his return to the Territory at the expiration of hi term of office. Such n innii j we believe will be put forth by tlie Convan- t...

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

vU'ntHAY MORNING, APRIL 11. lRfifi. LOCAL NEWS. Ivwans. In our Inst inc wo forgot to men , n Ik f.ict that last week n party or Indian" f (,.rfil tin "' "f '' A. Steven"!, at 1'oint 0r 1.1 kst about fo,,r "'l''' ,l0,'lu of I'ft'scott, run ivlicl and rol hed It of pvorylhlnj,' tliat pleased. cr utited tli.-ir fancy. Mrs. Slovens, nt tin timo. wa at a mdKlibord' ; MiySluVen mid the nifnwroat work a short ill-tniice from the yn, Amour the article stolen by them, were: i, .limbic li.irreled Mint-gun, Ppencer ride, navy .... .lur. dlizeii rille.alot of Spencer euitihlires. ,,i niutra- and clothing. In the pockets of Mr JMcvens' Niiidaj-Ko-tu-iueulIiig, wiu u Rood r mimbi r of greenbacks, but, ui luck would .,u' It Ihe relies heroine silfifyhleil at some aid lelt the pantaloons containing 'he r hi-hind them. It eems that the Indians Ud h en King In tho rocks, watching; tlie hoicc and as -"" as John Thuliums, who wits working : Mr Meveii'. lelt tho home to go and look uf i :i ure that wan ...

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

gvUona incv. Sn Fiiam-ijco Aorscr. Mr. Thorn rtoyec Is the only authorized agent for the Minsk hi Sun Francisco. Order lell at Iiis ehanT Exchange Hutliling. room uln treet, will be promptly attended San Bbknahdinu Aoenct. F. C . Sutir. new, dcurtr, U authorized to net us agent tur lira Minsk nt San Bernardino, (,'alifornU Gkokui. I'm v.s-is Tnis Skttis" Ibm.anp os Firk. (J. K. T. writ the follow ine; among u thousand and one letter to the New York IIVM; iMrrntiw. Horn-, Jan. 20tli. V.,rl.l- llvritHinctit incrcasine. Fifty ;w titol'lfM,ll, lant night to gln Umcl.o ,, V , ' wl, cou'd n,,t Bt l'ivt'-c.Uiinn rejiort Wichcnbutfl. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS!: TO TEAMSTERS AND TRAVELERS.! qeq, Fl HOOPER & CO, A. BARNETT, in jiaper. upruaroii Song of tho Wind. I sport at morn amid flowery bed, Tomrtns the leaves that the ripe roe hpdi llrjrlug the, tear from the aster's ey;' Seeking the hade where tlx- violet Up; ltluing gld penis on the liealher-tell; SuruinuuiiiK the bee from hi honey -...

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

a-- ' .1 VOX-.. V PlilSCOTT, SATURDAY, AIRIL 1H. 1GW IN TO. ! 1! s jj jsi jt i i n 1BJ nil 1 civs 1 C' fficM the r teffi pi crip ilk t Dritinrrnllr ivpn jut, ill vulril in tin lnr u le a I of t'oiislltiilliiunl I'rlnrlpli-. f (iovi rniiH iit, ii ml Hit' ml viiiirciiicnt of llir intrrrtU of cry million r A r I ion a. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, - VT PBESCOTT.A.T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: , v M. var. $7 00 ()nt copy, lx mouths, " i ' Oiu . three inutithi, f3.B0. Single Copies, SN emits mutt. ADVERTISING RATES: f ,n vrc, w.c flute, i'J.00; oaeli additional M 00 , .iik time, S&00; each additional , iiuvU.ona) lalf square and square, same ' r n' tm"vnrliig over owe-half square v ,!,nt. l .mil charged on isrc. li-oiitii ut ins iiin io yersotis ran- it Mir advrriteincut for three, dx.or r i, mtlis ,r . 1 1 nr 1'iulneM earth Inserted upon I rm it ' i 7Ym iVr .V jmr m pmymmt , L ,', . . a.ltri tiHHg and job work. Trrni, III viirtu lily In ililvimrr. uts h m Mtios, hi:nj. h. wkavkk, I' li-...

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

VJ Vs THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. It. MARIOS' m-mm. SATURDAY MOKNMNO. APRIL If. For Delegate to Congress, JOHN A. It US IT. Election, Wcduwday, Juno 3, '60. OUR CANDIDATE. In accordance with the is'uci of the Dem ocratic and conservative jH'opie of Arizona, we M-tl&y, inost willingly place at the head of oar crtltimiw the name of Johx A. Resit, as a candidate for Delegate to Congrs. j Wa wr prtnent at the Convention which cekctad and recommended Mr. Rush to the eoplo of the Territory as a (It and proper Irs0ii to represent oci -nteresU at Washing ton, city, awl were pleased with tho unamuii ty of opinion of delegates and people as re gards his sterling worth, industry, ability and integrity. Ilia nomination has been received with en thttsmsm by tho people, who are rallying to hi support. They knowhiin to be a modest, unassuming citizen, of solid sense, good judg ment and great integrity of character. He is held in high esteem by his immediate friends and neighbor of all po...

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

TfRIAV MOUN'IN'O, APRIL 18. Ififfi. LOCAL 3ST33-WS. t,,oks Our thanks arc iluc to the gentlemen Hr,,t,. tip lat weckN Mim:i: for n. Since return nvcral siibwcribcra have spoken kJ y ,.f their omidons, mnljit much ninaM ih.it. 'u ,i but (I'nin- tlieir Mjivlccx.wy mlglit lake a trip lo Honora, nnd never return. Ungrateful r,r, hi"! M'i I.ittim'iuk. of Wlckenluirp. wu In Prea r . tl,n week. H'" lft for lib home on Tlmn ,1, miming, in company with Umler-Sherilf i- ,si' jtr Monitr hagone to Phmnlx.Salt River, oi.n -'i 'K l""r Nkw VivtitTinBEN"H. Ueail the new adver- t in .i, Jui -rAM'oitii litis jrone to the Sweetwater , ,-o we learn ft inn u letter received In i j 'j. c. from Suit I.uku City, by J. C. Crone. X a (rivernor'a proclamation, ordering an t will tie found in to-day'd paper. ,. w-i .ire around again. Look outforthem. A IUhm:tt. of Wlckenbtirg. Inn recently re r u urgf und cholco supply of greceriea. v.-i"l. ft'.'. I' ifi. A ndler. recently, in thl place. i .! ..nv p r.b.ick fr...

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

&tionn Mine v. Sax FmanCWCO Aokm r Mr. Tboun Royce It th onlv authorlrcd airtut for the Missk in San Francisco'. Orders lull at hit oiHcv, New Mer- I chant's Exchauge Buildinc, room No. , Caiilor- j uIa street, wiu be promptly suun.W to. A,.rsrv P (V Suhr. new.. dealer, l authorircd to act a agent tor ttie MlNKK at Shu Bernardluo, California. The Closing Scene. The Xorth Utithh lltvittc pronounces this the bast inxm that Iku ever been wrttteu by au Aiucr a author U'ltblit till; obr realm of leftflas trees, 11m ruMt year inhaled the dreamy Mir, Like some tauued reaper In hi bour or ease, When aJJ the fletd art lying brown and bare. Th gray barns looking from tbelr Iwzy hill, O'er tile aim waters wldshlng In their rile-, Ssnt dou n uve air a greeting to the nflli, On the doll thouder ol alternate flail. AM sights were mellowed, and all sounds sub dued, TTw faUW tened farther, and the stream sang In a dream, the distant woodman hewed His winter lor;, with mauy a maUled Mow. The emb...

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