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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 19 May 1876

seal m 1 .art J Tfl Tilr n : crdjjL il, i: a m i 4 4 ! F k ' ir A ArstWiuFather') A&rlce to W Son. Tinh rnti are leavinir homfc for strange Vnn nrn irmnir to tllTOW EQC OUt of the game and go it alone. The odds are agin you 'Bob. Itemember that industry and perseverance arc the winning cards, as thev are the "bowers." Boole larning and all that sort fif tiling will do to fill up with; like small' trump, vou must have the bow ers to back them, or they aint worth shucks. If lucVis agin'vou pretty strong, doa't care and look like u ck chicken on a rainy day, i.nM nn i-mir hiid and make believe UUb " I J ' , 1 14. all nf tmmns. tlll'tl tliev tion t .inV li.ird ninn vou. Ie lived and i onmp" and I've found out iravunw uiuuuu v-.M, n r..u- tliniirrlit vou held a weak hand they'd all buck agin you strong, fif. when vou're sorter weak, keep on a bold i.nt'ninv cautious be satished with a . . .1 T AitAhnrtl nn. L.iJtl.ev "nlaved for too much. Keep yoiireve well skinned Bob; don t let 'em...

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. — 26 May 1876

mouw ' vol. XIII. -No. 21. mnn t TlTrAV I "TT"VP."R PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, . . . . BT T . J. B'TJ TLE-R. Tb. first nnmber of the WKEKLT MINER was issued on rfircu 9, 1604. nn.l In this. it" tlnrteenth year, it can, Hh tnlth. claim to be the oldest, and best netMfai'ei in the Territory. Subscription Rates Jne Opy. One i ear " " Six Month " Thrse Months.. dingle CrIef .27.00 . 4.00 . 2.50 . 25 Advertising Rates. One inch ( 12 line of thin type), in column. $3.03 for first tniertion and 4150 per inoh 'for each additional insertion. A liberal lirount from above rates will be made to per sons who advertise largely by the year, half year or anarter. I'rofe Mional and bosines cards Inserted upon reasona ble term! . Persons sending tin nifmev foi subscription, adrertlslnir r tab trork. mar forward it by atall, or otherwise, at th1r own risk. Z.jat Tender Xolei taien at par in payment for zub ttription, adtttlitmg anajou wotk. PJTEEMiS. In advance invariably. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. Francltco...

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. — 26 May 1876

'1. .r. Uutlr. Kditor. FRIDAY, 31 AY 26, 1870. Aoknt at Florence. The A. and M. Express Co. having established an otfice at Florence, Pinal county, of full grade, have appointed Mr. Fred Xichoson, who Is an old Expressman from the New York Central R 11., as agent al that place. Charles A. Lohmuellcr, was examined yes terday bv the Board of examiners and gran ted a first grade certificate. He is employ ed to teach at Walnut Creek. The Citizen of May 20th, brings a terri ble indictment against T.J. Jeffords late Agent of the Chiricahuas, and calls upon the authorities to try and convict him on it He is accused of crimes which in atro city rival those of the most brutal Apache. Rich specimens of ore taken from the quartz ledges at Copper City, Shasta county, California, are attracting the attention of mining experts and capitalists, ami the pros pects are that old Copper City will soon re vive and flourish as it did in '62 and '63. 0 Buck Warrior. Smith, Butrick & Co., in their mai...

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. — 26 May 1876

FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1876. Church Notice. 8e rvkM every Snnrtaw at 10:30. at the Metbodift KpU copal Church, on Marina iireet. IYwcott SnDday choo) tmmellatly after ervice. Rev. D. B. Wkioht. Paitor JlK.v. Mr. 'Wilvt. Methodic South, will preach at 11 x. M- and 7 P. M . each Sunday, at T. H. Head', bouse. oa UcUormtcX i tree t. Special Notices in the reading columns icill be charged at the rate of THIKTT cr.vrs per line for first insertion, and ticenty cent a line for each tubtejuent insertion. Local Intelligence. y For tlte vi'TjiUcH of watch and clock work eo 'to BEKTELiNa.;Montczuma Sln-ct, Prescott. janTy "Mrs. N. Ellis and two boys arrived on Monday, by A. and N. M. stage, and have settled in the. new houso opposite the Miner office, in front of which Mr. E will, next week. open a money broker's office. Major C. II. Veil, of Salt River, came in on Monday's A. and 2. M. stage and finds the market destitute of Hour. The Major makes the arlicle at homa and will doubtless try and hurry ...

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. — 26 May 1876

rioxixns ot the rAcinc. What lives they lived? what deaths they died! A thousand canyons, darkness vaao Below Sierra's slope of pride, Receive them now. And they who died i 1. . . 1 -n o - rtiiurt rnnt A. Their ghosts are many. Let them keep Their vast possession. The Piuto, The tawnv warrior, will dispute 2Co boundary with theMS. And I, Who saw them live, who felt them die, Say, let their uuplowcd ashes sleep. Tho bearded, nun-browned men who bore The burden of tliat frightful year, Who toiled, but did not gather More, They shall not be forgotten. Drear And white, the plains of Shoshone Shall point us to the farther shore, And long, white shining lines of bones Make needless sign of white mile-stones. Tho wild man's yell, the groaning wheel; The train that moved like drifting barge; Tho dust that rose up like a cloud. Like smoke of distant battle ! Loud The great whips rang like shot, and steel Flashed back as In some battle charge. They soughtr-yea, they did find their rest Along ...

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. — 2 June 1876

j m xtpm ma Vol. XIII. No. 22. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1S76. Established 1864. THE ARIZONA -MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, JjT. PRESCOTT. Th. fir.tt.HmWr of the WRRKLT MtXKR was tssn-don March , ISM. ant m iun. J;-' " with truth, claim to be the oldest, and best newspapst ia the Territory. Subscription Hates JaeCepjr.On'Ywir Six Mnntln " Three Months'. sJleKleCupie ...S7.00 ... 4.00 ... 2.50 ... 25 WM. M. BUFFUM I Still Occupies the Old Stand, West Side of the Plaza, Prcscott, Arizona, And is in receipt of a Large Invoice of New and Desirable Goods, With others Ordered and on the Way. Hi cusHrmerr and the public generally can there find Advertising Rates. Ooaiorh (K lines of this typo), in column. 83.00 for first insertion and $1-50 pr Inch foreaeh additional Insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will be made to per tons who advertise largely by the year, hair year or ntinrf.r. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasons- heretofore, anything th...

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. — 2 June 1876

1 3 AY v. T. .T. Butler. Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE a, IS70, 'Turkey Crrrk Smelter. Two weeks ago we promised a detailed account of the establishment and operation of the Turkey Creek smelting works of Mulvenon & lloach, and expected at that time to have the data upon which to do so last week, but as our sourcw of information is,notso prolific as we expected, we are still unable to jgive such a description and such facta with reference to results as we wisli to and for the present must be content with our crude observation lu riding by the works. They have erected an inclined wheel to drive the blower, after the manner of the power used to drive carding machines, horse mills, etc,, in the west before the advent of railroads and steam engines. This is the kind of wheel upon which the Irishman 13 credited with saying that the horse rode while he worked and never would get tired It gives a steadier motion than the ordinary horse power, for the reason that once under way the horse or hors...

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. — 2 June 1876

WW VL,I 1 FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1876. Church Notice. Service every Sunday, at 30:33, at Iho Methodist Epis copal Church, on Marina street, I'recott, Sunday school lniinedlatly aiter service. ItEV. D. B. Wuiuht, Pastor Itr.v. Mic WiLKV. Metbodht South, will preach nt 11 A. U, and" r. it., each Sunday, at T. II. Head' home, on McConnlck street. Special Notices in the reading columns tcill be charged at the rate of TiintTr cnvrs per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Local Intelligence. For the vitj best of watch and clock work jro to Bertelim;, Montezuma Street, Prescott. jatwy If you want a No. 1 broom for 50 cunts, jo to Ben Weaver's. Look Apthii Youit Stock. Stock men will consult their own interests by heeding the warnings wo have given from time to lime with reference to the destruction of crops by predatory stock. The farmors, whose whole- dcjendence is upon their crops, cannot ailbrd to have them eaten up by the horses, cattle, sheep or h...

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. — 2 June 1876

Coal-TJast Fnel. The Chinese havefor aged been in the habit of mixing the dust from their coal-mines with clay and bitumen, and also with refuse matter, and such artificial fuel ism China an article of considerable traffic. The meth odiTintr&duced in Western Europe of utih : Am nf mineral coals and of cnar- coal are nearly all based on the principle of making these substances couere , oughlv incorporating them with tar and pitch," and then exposing the compound, :.u ' -aa ;tr Mocks, in some cases to a current of air to dry them, and in others . n t i mrn in TOSSels SCmDff tnC :. " r Tiip. former mode i 5xl ik! for mixtures of charcoal- dust, tan, and similar substances, with tar or pitch, and uie laucr u -- Sus coal is used with about a quarter of its weight of pitch. At Blanzy, in France, the ? ;,tfl from the slaty and pyntous particles, and is then crushed and intro ? :i,r metallic basin, winch revolves horizontally in a rcverbcratorv fur- .v, ..mn nf which nasscs under it Hot...

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. — 9 June 1876

I I naona "2 :TD1 i vol. xni. No. 23. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....BT T. J. BUTLBR. The Srtt number or the WEEJtLTjMlNKB sra Uddon larch 9. ltSl. ia-l In tbU..iU thirteenth year, It can, with truth, claim to be the oiat, and be.t news pupe! ia the Territory. Subscription Rates Jn Opr.One Year,-... ' Six Mmth... ' Thtee llontbt., iiingleC"pi''.--- S7.00 4.00 . 2.50 . 25 Advertising Rates. One Inch ( 13 iintof thin tyjt). in colnmn, 53.00 for first tmertlon and $1.50 per inch for each additional inwrtlon. A liberal discount from alxive rates will be made to per sons who advertise largely by the year, hair year or quarter. l'rofmsional and business cards intprted upon reasona ble terms. lMrson sending u menejr Joti Babierirtioo, 4rrtlDT or job' work, tnay forward lt'b aH,-or otherwise, at their own risk. Ugal Ttndrr Xotrt taUn at jtir in paymtnt for tub ccriptinn, adrertitiny and job icorJr. EpTEKMS. n adranct invariably. AGENTS FOR THE MIXER. San francuco Clias.wTcni...

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. — 9 June 1876

met. T. J. Sutler, Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1876. The Salvador mine, near town, has turned out quite a. large amount of gold thU season, and is still giving down handsomely. Th benefit tendered the Eighth Infantry Band, by citizens of Prescott, will take placo at tbo M. E Church, on Monday evening, Juno 12th. Tickets, 81. Doors open at 7 o'clock; Concert commences at 8. The band having furnished the town with music in the past free of expense, Is entitled to a good benefit, and we hope to see a big turn out. The Tucson Citizen, of June 3d, intimates I that it has conspired with the 8entinel to drive us to lunacy, and immediately en- ters'upon the hellish work by inveigling us into reading over a column of bosh about Green EyedWomen." Wallafai Enterprise. The first number ffhi, np.w eamlidstA fnr nnnnlu- favnr. dated June 1st. has reached us. and it is no unmeaning flatterv to Rav that it is a real i!mim .m wfc nn.nf; ,nA .m.i.'fr ..r A. 11 1 , tion. J. W. Tonnwl nd n V Mifrhpll nri. ...

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. — 9 June 1876

JUNE 9, 1876. rch Notice. r, at 30:30, at the Methodist EpU- i street. Presoott. Sunday tenooi 11 on Ml, SrEC be cAar. orjirtt . jubtcquen Key. D. B. weight, Pastor bodist Sooth, will preach at 11 Sunday, at T. II. Head' home, ' in the readina column will te of tiiiktt cnxTS per line : ticcnty cent a line or each Local Intelligence. For the verj best of watch and clock work co to Bertelino, Montexutna Street, Prescott. Jan7j Jim Oneal, of Dato Creek, has been doing the town during the week. Appointment. The )k:trd of Supervisors on Tuesday uppointed E. J. Bennott, of Walnut Grove, as County Surveyor. G. W. Curtis has established a lumber yard on Gurley street, next to the realdenee of E. J. .Cook, Esq. A. S. llaskell in agent and manager of the establishment. The Henderson ledge, on tho divide bej tween East Hassayampa and Turkey Creek, Is a recent discovery. W. W. Spaulding in forms us that a thousand pounds of surface rock, taken to Mulvcnon fc Roach's smelior, yielded $135, or $2...

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. — 9 June 1876

tl UM1II "A I. 'I fl rl.l special Notices. STAGE IKES. YW& cowrr. S1W-MILLS. Wat in A TflFE'S TILIYKK.. Grani hfim, when I am gone, To wear his grief with "holy gnfcefulncss; IetWm not wildly mourn, , -.i Making his daj-s forever comfortless. Inform him with, pure piety toee 5 ; Abbvc riiy grave, tear-Wind though he be, The anadem of Immortality. , Fix in him faith, I pray, -To meetlho shadowy changes as tliey fall, Seeing, day after day. The darkness gathering that endetn all. Until the last, O let 1dm linger near, m .And through the dark transition let 1110 hear ,His pniycrfnl -voice, to Strengthen if T fear. When IIoikj is weariest, Drooping, dejected, her aspirant wings, And life looks at the best A troublesome tingle of unmeaning tilings, Jlcai in his heart the wounds tliat make nun faint, , , - . Calm on his lips the murmurof complaint, Nerve his weak trust with godlike Belf-re-stralnt. Let choral voices sweet, Anitvisions fair, his loneliest nights adorn. Ix;t angels lead...

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. — 16 June 1876

m ' 1 Fol. Xffl.-No. 2L THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....JlY.... rr. J". BUTLER. Ttw first naratr of the WEEKLY MlXEP. ku issuadon larca 8, 1664. nil In this, its thirteenth year, It can, with troth, claim to b the oldeit, and best newspapei It the Territory. Subscription Rates Jut Copy. One Year " Si Months ' Three Months...... rflDKleCoriei : S7.00 4.UU 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. One Inch (12 lice of thii typo), in column. S3.00 fr flnt naiertlon and $1-3) per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal ditcount from abore rata will be made to per tent who advertUe largely by the year, half year or quarter. PmfMtional and lrasins cards inserted upon reasona ble terini. Persons sending ns rnnnejr for subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward it by sail, or otherwise, at .their own risk. Ltgal Tender Xotet taken at par in paymtnt for tub Hcriplion, advertising and job teark. JOT Terms. In adrance inpan'nMy. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. Jan .Francitco-ChM. W. Crane,...

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. — 16 June 1876

it '1 "31 !Hf Itl i it :!i i ' t ; it uPj X .T. liutler. Editor. FRIDxVY, JUNE 16, 1876. "Uc see by tlte Citizen of May 27th, that our friend I . Brcniicn has been awarded the contract for construction of Govern mcnt buildings at Camp Grant for some thing near 15,000. Ilcv. Edwin 31. Long, S. E. corner 12th and Berks streets Philadelphia, is agent for Centennial Christian homes. Christians de siring the quiet and retirement of homes in Christian families, during tho Centennial, cm be accommodated at lower rates than those charged at hotels and restaurants by calling upon him. A general Court Martial is apjwinted by General Kautz to meet at Camp Lowell on the 20th inst. Colonel Wilkins, 3Iajors Dunn and Itochc, Cnptain3 IJrayton, Smith, Andrcvs, Worth, Uailcy, Smith. Lord, and Lieutenant Kingsbcrry arc to comjwsc it. Captain John Simpson has gone to Los Angeles under orders to buy 73 mules for the Quartermaster Department and to act as disbursing officer to Board of officers gone to ...

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. — 16 June 1876

FRIDAY, JUNE J6, 1876. Church Notice. Service every Sundny, at 10-30, at the Mrthodist EpU rvjui Cliurch, on Marina itrixjt, I'rrscott. .Sunday school Immediately after service. Rkv. I). It. WllIGHT, Pastor RKV. Mil WlLF.r. Methodist South. will preach at 11 A. M.. nml7 I'. M , each .Sunday, at T. II. Head's house, on JlcCuruilck street. Srr.ciAt. Noticks in the reading columns trill be charged at the rate of thiktt cr.NTd per line for first insertion, and ticenty cent a line-for each subsequent insertion. Local Intelligence. For the very Lett of watch and dock work go to BfiKTEMNU, Montezuma Street, l'rescott. janTj Look at Luke's Centennial Ball "ad." Voto for C. A. Ukhm for Village Marshal. Hcincml)cr the Fourth of July meeting to morrow evening at tho Courthouse. Let every body turn out and take part in tho Celebration. Not. Tho thermometer in front of this ollice, at noon yesterday, marked 102 , being tlie highest point readied this season. Tho wcather-wiso prophecy rain to fol...

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. — 16 June 1876

I stage mm SEDICAI. YUMA COUNTY. SPECIAL NOTICES. WomAkAAP retey 'oman is cue of the institutions of this country an angel indry .cooda and glory. She makes sunshine, bnic sky and Apphicss wherever she- goes. Her PBiitV. She is a sweat poem, "Written in curls and choice calicoes, and good princi 'pics. "5Ieustand up before her as so many admiration points, to melt into cream and butter. Her words float around the ear like music, birds of naridisc. or the perfumes ' sabbath bells. Without her, society would loose hertrueit attraction, the church its firmest reliance, and vounir men the bes comforters and companions. Her influence ' and generosity restrains and strengthens the faint hearted. Jicnevcr you nnu uiu uiw mn wfiman you also find fireside loquets. clean cloths, order, good living, gentle hearts, music, light and modern institutions wnrrnJIr. She is the flower of humanity, and her aspirations aro the sentimens of keavcu. The recent movements against the Sioux and other hostil...

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. — 23 June 1876

Vol. XIII. No. 25. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ..111". ... rp r BUTLER. The flrstnnmlwr of the WEEKLT MlXEU was issued on .larch 9,1804. ami In this. Its thirteenth year. It can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, and best netripapei ia the Territory. Subscriptioa Rates Six Month 4.00 T),na Months... 2.50 .ilnirl.CunirS..... ......... 25 Advertising Rates. One Inch ( 12 llnenof thlf tyf' In column, 83.00 tar Crt .insertion and 8150 per men Joreaen aaamonai inseruun. a iihoml illtpnunt from abore rates will be made to ir- onswtau advertise Inrfrely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cardl Inserted npon reasona hip terras. Persons leading: otmeney lot subscription, adTrtlln(r rr Job work, way forward It uy tr.aii, or mwr.K,.. h.lp An risV. ,c$ rytzuxn.Tn advance inrariably. VrV - AGENTS FOR THE AIiatEK. . r . .Van Franeiteo Choi. w. urane, jh.u.k.. . Franeiteo Choi. rort-W. H. Ferris, 301 North C2d street." AUIZO.N.V. Yuma James A bp??. F.kren...

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. — 23 June 1876

1 m i 1 'JC. J. Butler. Editor. - FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 187G. THE 4TK OF JUI.T Ef FRESCOTT. Great Centennial Demonstration. In accordance with the spirit of the reso lution of Congress embraced in the procla matipn of the President of the United States, the Executive Committee, consisting of W. 8. Head, Thos Cordis and C. F. Gate have mylesall proper arrangements to have a grand celebration in Prcscott on the 4th of juiy, iou. Wheheab. A joint resolution of the Sen- atc and House of Representatives was duly approved on the 13th day of .March last, which resolution was as follows: Belt resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of A n IVnirrncu nacnmhloff I hot if lw and. is hereby recommended by the Senate anfl -House of dveprescntatives to the people ne win ncuiier mane nor enienain requwis of he several States, that tliey assemble in of English Government under the extradi their several cgunlica cr towns on the ap- tion treaty, that Government having set a...

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. — 23 June 1876

1 FRIDAY, JUNE 23,1876. Church Notice. Services erery Sunday, nt 10u, at the Metbodilt EpU' copal Chcrch, on Marina street, Prescott. Sunday school immediately after service. Rev. D. B. Wkioht, Pastor RF.V. Mr. WlLEV. Methodist South, will preach at 11 A.M., aDd7r.M., each Sunday, at T. H. Head's home, on McConnick street. Special Notices in the reading column tcill be charged at the rate of TMKTr cents per line for first insertion, and tieenty cent a line for each subsequent insertion. Local Intel I igence. For the rerj best of watch and clock work ro to Bektemkg, Monternmii Street, Prcscott. jati7y Majors Rocho and Braylon and L'cut. Kingsbury arrived this morning from Tucson. The Hosier of troops, serving in tho De partment of Arizona, for Juno, printed at Headquarters printing ofueo, is received. John Raible returned on Wednesday from a week's trip to tho Agua I'ria and Peck Dis tricts, where lie has valuablo interests. So far as ho went in his buggy, he speaks well of tho excur...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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