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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 23 June 1876

Ik mm. miBCA XOTttSEXS. On Saturday last tlie Telegraph informed ustiiat Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio, had been irasunsied ct Cincinnati! for. Presi Ant and Wm. A. Wheeler, of New York, lor Vice ' President. Everybody will, of fnnrsG. want to. .know all, they can about them and" we copy from the "Dictionary of ConOTesa" nublished in 1808, their recoru up to that date. Since which time Hayes has been elected Governor two or tnree timesTJatiflc'Alfan G.Thurman, George H Pendlcton-and Wm. Allen. Of Mr. Wheeler, wc know but little beyond the record given here, but have been told by New Yorkers that he is a "Whcclhorse." tt..4i.ov.i-i Tt Havfa' was born in Dela ware, Ohio, October 4, 1822; graduated at Kwyfo' "College, Ohio, and at tho Law School of Cambridge; adopted the profes sion of law; was City Solicitor of Cincin nati from 1000 to ; aiajor aim uicu.cu n r-T.nl nnr.1 of the Twentv-third Ohio. Vol unteers iri 1861 ; Colonel of the same from ifi5 trV 1R64. when he -was appointed a Br...

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. — 30 June 1876

n join. Vol. XIII. No. 26. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1876. Established 1864. TEE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ST T- J". BtTTLER. Tb. ftntwrnb-r of th. iWB .MW" w-l lMU.do J IHM anH In thU, it thlrttenth year. It can, In th Territory. Subscription Rate . j.S"a::::::::::::::::::::::::::Soo " o en Threo MonUi. Z.SO .1. ...........-- 0 Binnievvr"' Advertising Sates. On. Inch (1 line of thl typr). In column. M.00 for flnt ..23ilUO Inch for eaeh additional In.ertlon. A lllwrat dUoonnt from abore rate wlllb. made to per-.-ho adr.rtU largely by the year, half year or FwlhMfMAl ami btuinefi cards luMrtcd upon reawma- eem Persons seadint: u aen.y lot Ubicrirtlun. adrertSilni: orjobffork; may forward It uy taau, or Ltaal Tender JS'otti Utitnat par in jxtyiunt for tut- . t 1. - - -t- JTeums. n aJ nance inran'aWy. PRESCOTT. WM. M. BUFFUM Stfll Occupies the Old Stand, West Side of the Plaxa, Prescott, Arizona, And is in receipt of a Large Invoice of New and Desirable G...

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. — 30 June 1876

1! 'I Ml Use L 1 II r I O?. .T. Butler, Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1876. A lrrY.-fMr. Morgan of. .Morgan fc Do'ugnlcrty, jcclers, etc., snowed us this morning A nice little bar of bullion from tho Senator and Altu Mino,at McCrackin Hill. 'The inscription eleganty engraved by Dough tcrty was S. & A. CM. Company to Col. H. C. Hodge, $17.20. 985 fine. , ISice Display of Silver Bullion. "We went into CharlasPletz'sa&say office theother day, and found him finishing up six bars of silver bullion, the brightest and nieestjbncks wo nave yet seen. We immediately went to worktoconv thn fimim miml iinnn mr. and found the following aggregatesl 1.901.70 onn. RvnmHmr. oisu fi..n. Vain. ra. J3. They were further marked. "Agua Fria . . - brnclting works," "Peck bilver Mining Com- pany," "II. Richards, Prescott, A.T." Tliey were shippKl same day by A. tfe N. M. Ex press to San Francisce for account of Hugo Richards, the purchaser. Two of tho bars were OW fine and two went as low as 937. Ainont...

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. — 30 June 1876

IH Hi lY, JUNE 30,1876. . Church Notice. r. ot 1030. at the Methodist Kpii trina street, Prescott. 8usday school ervice. Rev. D. B. Wkiout, Fastor r. 3letbodUt South, will preach nt 11 ach Sunday, at T. H. Head' boose, .(ML Si'ECIAL Noticks in the reading column will be charged at the rale of Tnintr cknts per line for Jirtt inwnion, and twenty cents a line for each tubttfuent inierfton. Local Intelligence. For the rery bct of watch and clock work ko to Bbrtkmno, Montezuma Street, Prescott. janTjr Ben "Weaver has just received a large lot of -yhlte-pago honey, which ho offers cheap for cash. 1 Jack Hill is engaged in cutting some beau tiful atone caps lor the pilasters In C. P. aiHcad & Co.'s new building. Frederick fc Heenan have been rushine rthlngs during the week in order to get the ttin roof on James Howcy's brick building in -time to fix up the hall for the 4th of July Sbali. Brick: gave out last-week, and the masons had to stop work for a few day both on C. P. Head & C...

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. — 30 June 1876

ifte Minn V??ftTrTi'rncP!.TIii3 machine, -which was broucht into use m the early period ol the r rencn lvcvoiuuuu wb.a.v. -modern jnyention- Similar contrivances were in use in several parts'of Europe dur in" the sixteenth und seventeenth centuries, :rf Ko-fnrn Aranrtlin" to Crusius, in his yWiteStinwt (1505), such an instrument ot decapitation existed, in early nines m rr-rU.or.c imf was sunMsoded bv the sword; UU1 iiiuuj , 1"- . it was,-styled FdUbcil, falling hatchet. A ....wn..irnn nf ifmriv lc seen in two old engravings, the one by Georg Penez, wlio died in hoi), the other by Henrcich Aide wever, bearing the date of 1553, and also jn iiii uiu iiioiui """i o . i ii r bem, is J.UU preserved in the city hall .ot Auirsbum. Jean uauiuh, mi: ...i..fi,.;c'n. of France, narnttinir an execution which lie witnessed at Genoa, May 13, 1507, describes a machine exactly i:i,J: 4i.,. ,,;iintinp. This is tlie mannaia, ivhich was used in all parts of Italy or the execution of men of rank, and i...

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. — 7 July 1876

T?A - - - miaiiMii ,mmm n r 1 - - ,m.m,m i ii ii iiiii mn urn Vol. XIH.---N0. 27. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ' nr.... rr J". BUTLER. The flnt number of Ui" WEEKLY Misnn w Jiiuwlon Urcb 9. MM. n- In ,u thirteenth yer. It can, with truth. cUIra to be the oldeit, and belt newipitpei in the Territory. Subscription Rates Jne Copy, One Year S7.00 Six Month...-. 4.00 Three Month 2.50 lilnRleCupirt 25 Advertising Rates. One inrb (Vi Unci of tbti type). In column. $3.00 fur firtt loiertioo and 81.50 per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount frura abore rate will be made to per fonnwho advertise largely by the year, half year or qmrUr. ' Hrofewlonal and butlnew card Innerted upon reawna ble term. Persons tending u mnnejr tot subscription, advertUlnj or Job work, may forward it by xall, or otherwise, nt their own riV. Ugal Ttnder' Notts takm at par in payment for sub scription, advertising and job wtrlc. TKEM8. n advance invariably. AGENTS FOR THE MIxNEK. .Van ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 July 1876

HI Till WV Ml r.i Letter From Sab Francisco. BY TELEGRAPH. T. J. Sutler, Editor. FRIDAY, JUJLY 7, 1876, ' San Fkaxcisco, June 18th, 1876. Editor Mikeb: The writer left Prescott on the evening of May 27th, with the do termination not to be troubled with much baggage. Having this in view, he ade his baggage to consist of a little less than one and a half shirts and one pocket hanker- chief. The morninff of 3Iay 28th dawned 8pockI U tka Miser by U. 8. Mflitay tad W. V. luwl Son Diego, July 2. The Union this morn ing has this dispatch from San Francisco: "General Custar with five companies of theTth Cavalry met about 2.000 Sioux Indians at . - TVm f!nvnnva Tho nnmo nf fimnvilln , Oury. of 3Iaricopa county, is announced clear and bright, and found us jogging Stillwater, Montana, on July 2nd, and a , to-day as a candidal for Delegate to Con gress. His card csplainH itself, w that the reader will not be at a loss to understand the . conditions tinder which he has concluded to become a cand...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 July 1876

Ik FRIDAY, JULY 7,1876. Church Notice. Service every Sunday, at 1030. at the Metbodlit Ep5 copal Cbnrch, oa Marina street. Precott Sunday school Immediately after errice. Rev. D. B. Wkiqut, Pastor Rkv. Mr. Wiley. Methodist South, will preach at 11 A.., and 7 P.M., each Sunday, at T. 11. Head r boose, on Mcuormlclc street. Special Notices in the reading columns will be charged at the rate of TUimr cknts per line Jorjirst insertion, ana twenty cents a line or each subsequent insertion. Local Intelligence. For tbe rery best of watch and clock work po to Beutjsi.ino, Montezuma Street, Prescott. janTy Disappointment. The fact cannot bo dis guised that this community felt disappoint ment at tho failure of Mr. Rogers to secure the intercut he Bought to purchase in the dis covery claim of tho Peck Mining Co. Mr. Rogers represents a Company having ample means to handlo any mining enterprise they mo fit to lake hold of, and though the prop erty is no doubt cheap at tho figures offered $90,000...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 7 July 1876

A New Phase iu Gold IIikikg. Smce thcjiiseovery of gold in talco-slate a few .jiioBtlis ago and the active aevelopment of a mine of that decription in El Dorado county by the Old Ilickory gold mining company, a great interest in that peculiar formation has 'beeilOjsplayea by our miners, as wo will therefore give a short description of the ma terial and its constituents. Talco-slate, or the salty formationof stea tite, is of primary period and generally found in Jarge ledges and deposits in the plate range. It is ordinarily called soan r.tnnnn onnfiisLs of fcilica C2.G. masresia 32.5, water 4.9. It is, perfectly fire-proof ana oitnesarac ctass asuuoiuj,auu iu criBg that its liardncss is only two, to seven of "quartz, we dare to say that the stamping nrrothnr oTiniinr of it can be done very .easily The company now developing the ' first mine of that description on this coast kv Q2 fp.pt of aledire. the assays of which too. from $50 to $200 per ton, and we arc credibly informed that th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 July 1876

worn titer Vol. Xin.- No. 28. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, MT rr. J". BUTLER. The first number of the WKEKLT MlXKR was issneJon March 9, 1681. an In this, its thirteenth year, It can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, and best newipapei lo the Territory. Subscription Rates ine Copy, One Year $7.00 Six Months 4.00 " Three Storthi 2.50 rfinjrleCuplrt 25 Advertising Rates. One inrhfl- "nes c? 'TP')- In column. 83.00 for lint assertion and Sl-50 per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will be made to per ron who adTertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business card inierted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending n money lot subscription, adrertisinc or Job work, may forward it by xall, or otherwise, at Iheir own risk. IajhI Ttnirr XoUt talctnat par in payment for sub scription, aUrertiting and job work. Rp TEJUIS. In advance invariably. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. Snn Francisco Chas. W. Crane, 425 Montgomery st...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 July 1876

T. J. Uutler, Editor. FRIDAY, JULY 11, IS7G. . So -farther ricw3 from the managers of thcJU&;N.M.:Exprc33 Co. The Los An gclcs Express, of July 8, says Mr. "Wells is in Saa Francisco arranging to resume. Quien zahe. A. French scientist named Treaca has demonstrated that electrical lanterns can he-constructed so as to light streets, build ingn, etc., much better by electricity than oil or gas, and from 50 to 100 times cheaper, Perhaps he has the secret of making the "Vrill" of which Buhvcr speaks in his "Coming Race." Tuk announcement of Hon. Hiram S Stcrcne, as a candidate for rc-clection to Congress from Arizona, will be found in this issue of the Mixeu. Wc have ;ievcr had tho pleasure of meeting Mr. Stevens, but have received many kind attentions from him in his capacity as Delegate, for which we take this occasion to thank him. So far as we are advised, he has attended to all re quests of our people with promptness, and manifested a commendable readiness to serve his constitu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 14 July 1876

Miner FRIDAY, JULY 14, 187G. Church Notice. Services every Sunday, at 10-30. at lhe Methodist EpU copal Church, ou Marina street, ITeteott. Sunday school immediately u'ler service. Hcv. D. B. WliIGHT, Pastor ItKV.MlL. Wll.Kr. Methodist South, will preach at 11 A. M.. aud7 p. Jt , each Sunday, at T. H. Head' house, on JicionuiCK street. Srncixi, Notices in the reading column will be charged at the rate of THIKTT cr.NTS per line forjirsi insertion, and titenty cent u line for each suosequent insertion. Local Intelligence. For the verr bcft of w.ntch.and clock work po to Ukktelino, .Montezuma Street, Prescott. j.inTy Campbell A Parker are now proprietors of the business billierto carried on by Campbell fc Mce. he their new "ad." Gideon urooke, of the Plaza Slables, has added an nutation to his liay bam 20x"0 feel, which extends the buildings along the alley clear out to Cortez - 8treet. Messrs. ISobertH A Lowis did the work. llcv. William Taplin, of the Freewill Bap tist Church, Rhode ...

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. — 14 July 1876

IHHHHHi 1 The Mikado of Japan. - Irle4erm mikado, used to designate the . JJrnperor of Japan, is of doubtful etymolo gy.' The word does not occur in the most ancient Japanese books, but Is the one, out ,6'tt&hy .names given to the Fmperoiy which '"has obtained the greatest currency. The derivation of mikado usually accepted by the-Japanese is from mt, honorable, august, 'ani'tddo, a gate, equivalent to the Turkish title Sublime Porte. Tenno is the official designation now used for the emperor, and lf japanese.ministeTs and consuls are. ac credited aa representatives of "his imperial majesty tnc Tenno of Japan." The first Mikado, Jimmu Tenno, who is usually rc garchid as an liistorical character, began to reign -about C60 b. a, since which time one hundred and thirty-one emperors have oc pTmfpfi ttin throne. The reicninor mikado (1875) is Mutsnhito, second son of the Em perdr Komci Tenno and the Empress Fuji Svara Asako. lie married Haruko, daugh ter of Ichijo Tadaka, a noble of ...

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. — 21 July 1876

Vol. XIII. No. 29. TELE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVEKV FRIDAY, .Br... J. B TT TLEE The first nnraber of the WEEKLT Mixer vu Issued on rfarch 9, 1861. and In una, tu thirteenth yew, it can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, and best netrspApet in ine lerruory. Subscription Hates 3dq Corijr, On. Year... " Six Month. " Three Months. -dingle Copies ...S7.00 ... 4.00 ... 2.50 ... 25 Advertising Rates. One inch fl2 lines of this tyjr). ir. eolnmn. $3.00 for first niemoo ana ei.ao per wen for each additional Insertion. A liberal dUcontt from abore rates trill be made to rer. tons who adrertise. largely by the year, half year or Prdfseslontl and business cards inserted upon reasona ble Terms. Persons seadinjj us money for subscription, adrerttsiiijr ct job work; may forward it by aiail, or otherwise, at m.irowa nss;. Lgal Ttndtr Xeltt taken at par in payment for sub- cripiion. aartnising ana job work. B?" TEIlMi In adeattce invariably. AGENTS FOR THE MINER. San Franeiteo Chas. XV. 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. — 21 July 1876

BY TELEGRAPH. terms upon which be will accept the nomi nation for Vice President. This letter is - . . ji rmf fnrwArd m an ultimatum ana NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I- B1SHP0ED & CP'S COLUMN PRESCOTT. 1. JT. Sutler. Editor. , FRIDAY, JULY 21,1876. Teddy Nichols, has been to Mohave regu lating the running of the mails in that di recfion, and sajs it is all right now. states that the House must, before adjourn- TO Village TaX-payerS. mpn T;! hill rencalincr the resumption! Villain, taxes will becosso delinoneat TharsdaY. An "WotliTnfTrin .Tnlr-1K TTv (Committee of . -. wi c Tnnii I rust 10. 3876. the Council haxinc extended the time om ..u-e--, ; ... RCL ana imuscaiiuc wcukcui iuc ujju" - ,. vi?a-vv- HTt7Triv Conference on the Army Appropriation bill nlntfnrrn ftnri brinff tlie whole party orer to Prescott. July 18. Village Marshal. . , A I a nave reacnea an agreemeni u rewjiumcuu thc jnflation ground, or so near it tnai that all the House legislation for reorganiz- Hendricks "s blowers c...

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. — 21 July 1876

Mr flttf. FRIDAY, JULY 21,1876. Church Notice. S.rrtos errry Sunday, nt 10:30, at the Methodiit Epis copal Church, on Marina street, Prescott. Sunday school liamediaUly after service. Rev. D. B. IVniOHT, Pastor REV. Mrt. WlLEV. Methodist South, will preach at 11 X, l, and 7 P. M., each Sunday, at T. H. Head'r bouse, on McConnick street. SrnciAL Notices in the reading columns will be charged at the rate of THiitTr cr.NTS per line for first insertion, and ticenty cents a lint for each subsequent insertion. Local Intelligence. o For tbe very bett of watch nnd clock work ro to Beiitzlisg, Montezuma Street, Prescott. jan7y Rev. Wm. Taplin will preach in the M. E. Church, at 7:30, on Sunday evening. Mr. Wessels, the furnace man, was in town a couple of days this week, and loft on Thursday to supervise the construction of his buildings, etc., at Walnut Grove. W. Z. Wilson returned yesterday from San Francisco, having completed his pur chase of machinery, etc., for the Sash, Blind and Plani...

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. — 21 July 1876

JL Origin of Odd Tellowa. .HXoSwlpf tSc OrderJojTOHFel- Iowb is .of an ancient date; it was cs tablishca bythe Roman soldiers in camp after the order of the Israelites, during the reign of i Nero 'tho. Roman Emperor, -who commenced his rcigri A. D. 55, at which time they, "fcere called Fellow Citizens. The name of.Odd Fellows was given to this order of men (A. D: 79) by Titos Cresar, Em peror of Rome, from their singularity of notions andTfom their knowing each other bjt'Mell as -bjr day "andfor, their fidelity to Jwnand their country. He not onlygavfrfhfitethc'name of Odd Fellows, Xfat asji,pledge of friendship presented them withtft-cpcosatson engravcd on the Arch of Titus the Ark. of the Covenant. The Golden'Candlestick, the Golden Table (welghuig onfeGreat Talent), the Sun for N. GtEeMooa and Stars for V. G., a Lamp fot8ecretaryi the Lion for Guardian, the Dove for Warden, and the emblems of Mor tality for the G. 31. It is very probable that,the first' Odd Fellows made their ap ...

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. — 28 July 1876

4 a rrTv?b:. i tttzi-' "StVl lii!,"! Jit ruotut hut Vol. XIII.---N0. 30. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 2S, 1S76. Established 1S64. TIIE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....ur T. J. 23 TJ T L E R. The flrst numVr of the Weekly MlXEtt was IkuMao Istcu 9, 1PG1. nn4 in thU, its thirteenth year, it can, with truth. cUa to he the oldest, and bctt newif npe in the Territory. Subscription Rates JneCopy.Ono Yrar " Six Months " Three Months 'dingle Curies -57.00 .... 4.00 2.50 .... 25 Advertising Rates. Onejnch ( 12 Ilns of this tyj0. ta column. 3.00 for first insertion and $1-50 per inch for each additional insertion. A Uhcril discount from above rates will he made to per sons who hdvertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional nod business cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. "Persons en4iu? us money lot subscription, ndrertisincr ar job work, may forward it by asiil, or otherwise, at Iheir own risk. Ltgal Tender -JVewiaten at'jxtrinpaywunl'forMib, icrip...

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. — 28 July 1876

'A O?. J. Butler, Editor. FRIDAY, J ULY 28, 1876. Georgo Lount has been heard from at De- Irott, Michigan, frwiii whence, if he escapes UiVcIulclies of Ablja, the Bailiff, he will proceed to Philadelphia before returning ttv Prescott. A letter from "Mural Mnslcrson at Ssn Francisco to Will D. Southworth says hi wife is extremely ill, and for that reason he ready is regarded by the editor ot the lier ls not able to say when he will return to aid as positive evidence of incompetency. Prescolt. "WW " he asks, "did he trust to the scout- Kellv fc SteDhens have established a free intelligence oiliee, purely for- tho accommo- elation of persons seeking cither for employ- ment or for some one to employ. See "ad." George Yollmers has opened a chop-house, sausage stand, ami beer shop in the place formerly occupied by Cliarley Hall as a butcher's shop, Rev. A-Gilmore will preach hr the fore- noon, and Rev. J. A. Merrill in the evening, in the Church on Marina street. Tho Board of Equalization...

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. — 28 July 1876

i 8, 187G. 1 St the Methodist Kp:s scotL Sunday kcliuol jj. IJ. WitlGHT, Pastor Kb. will preach at 11 it T. II. Head' home, .1 Reading columns will IKTz Cr.NTS wr ! cct a wj or each - I Local Intelligence. For tbc very best of wntch and clock work go to IiEitTELixa, Montezuma btrect, Prescott. janTy To-morrow lookout for another auction sale of Horse Hosh at the liorse market as advertised elsewhere. E. S. Pexwell, Notary Public, takes ae knowledgements, administers oalii.s, etc., at the .mixer olliee, Trescott. Wilson & Haskell have the frame up and rooreci, ror their planing mill and sash fae rwi. .... lory, iney expect their machinery by the :0th of August and intend to start up about tueistoi ftepiemuer. About the richest gold-bearing rock wo navo seen comes from the Victorine lode of J. . illis A: Co., on Groom's Creek, some four or live miles south of town. Some sjKJCimcns bhown us aro perfectly speckled with free gold. The ledgo is narrow but ox ccedinjily rich. Mrs. Wils...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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