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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 May 1868

Iff L'lU WV, ARIZ VOL. "V l'MSOOTT, SATURDAY, MAY SO. 1WGS. ISO. 22. - - - . ' -, n t llPiinirratlc Nnrpnprr, tl-vtttl to the ' nculritll of Ciuntllti tlorml 1'rlncliilca f (Jiirrrnmciit, nml I lie iiilrnurriitriil of liilrrcul " every aectluiiof ArUiimt. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PEESCOTT, -V. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On copy, one year, 17.00 Ono copy, six months, 11,00. One copy, tlircc iiiomlia, ?2.50. Single Copies, 25 cents ench. ADVERTISING RATES: II itf smi-irc, onu tlm, fll.00; each additional ,e tlOO. One piare, one time, $.1.00; each additional t.r . 1 V). r it it ndditloiial half square mid square, haiuu f A lnrieinrnts nuvwiirlii over onc-tialf square i -it coii.ited nml charged onu square. li'irral discount will tic made to persons con. i , tin- 'nine advertisement for three, six, or I Vt' itlullttlS. l'l,-"! --;nnal or buathoss cards Inserted upon i .i ii1 ! terms. fitf" Isinl Tender Xntrs taken nt jxir in ;wymri( f "i . j rtjjton, advertising and job icvrk. Trr...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 May 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. mSTAHLISHKD 1SO-I- J. II. MAltlON Kimon. PEBSCOTT: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 18GS. j Mmnn 1 r r mi r r ivn iMOCluYlIC J I I'll Li. For Delegate to Congress, JOX-IIS .A.. KUSH. For the Council, JOIIX G. OA.MPIJELL, JOHN T. ALSAP. F. M. CHAPMAN. For the House of Representatives, t. w. rrooks, f. g. christie, Wm. S. LITTLE, JOHN SMITH, 0. W. WIIOX, EDWARD LAMBLKY. For County Recorder, JOHN II. 11EIIAN. For Publlfl Administrator, JOHN SIMMONS. For Supervisors, E.J.COOK, A.J. SHANKS. L. A. STEVENS. For District Attornev. JOHN M. KOUNTREE. Election, Wednesday, June ft, ?G8. To the Voters of Arizona. As this Is the last itsue of the Mixr.n that ! will be seen by yon beforo election day, we wish to say a few words upon the delegate J question, not that wc expect to chango this I or that man; neither is it our purpose to die-1 tate to anybody. I During the canvass, the merits and dctner- j its of the candidates have been pretty thor oughly discussed, and now, w...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 May 1868

f.Tt IlIlAV MORNING, MAY 30, 18C8. LOCAL NEWS. m:BiiT")N''H train flatted from Los Angeles, ( f rnin on Iho 11th instant, bound for 1'rcs- t i lfardyvlllc. A large Mock of white , ,r. r ii abunrd the train for Hill ofllco, which, V(.'car. will not arrive In time. However, wo , jiiinl the Mixkii on some cort of paper until , i arrive. f im vTKim are (it work on a resldenco for , i,n IU!.er, on Capitol Hill. The Cuptaln i.i :i his way here from San Francisco. Mi n- Lrrn.B A T.m.im have quit work, for i p -. nl. upon tlielr hydraulic claim on I.ynx , V i-carclty of water was the cause of , r j-ning Their last run paid them well, Vnog the fact that they did not have t "h water to nil their pipe. (.ood wt'll Hough, Sell Thcm iflH'fl. D. IIkniikiison, the (jctiior partner of 1 h rurntaiitly employed In Snn Froncbico " and buying goods, by which meani tve i Mi 1 t.i lake advantage or tholluetimtloiH r ., and purchase our goods at lower rites , j' v other House In Central Arizona. . ; i I)....

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 30 May 1868

X It C V ! Cv.j San Hiiancibco Aobncv. Mr. Thomna Hovce I thv only Authorized agent for tho MiMm in San Franckco. Orders luft at lils ofllro, New Mer chant' Exchange llullding, room No. 550, Callfor hIa street, will be promptly attended to. Music in Camp. 11 V JOHN It. THOMPSON. Two armies covered liill ami plain, Where Rappahannock's waters Ran, deeply crimsoned with tho slain Of battle's recent slaughters. The summer clouds lay pltehcil llko tonta In mend. ofhenvenly airo; Anil each ilratd pin of the elements Slept lu Its hid embrusure. The breeze to softly blew It made No forest leuf to quiver, And the duoko of the random CHiindnadc ltolled slowly from the river. And now where circling hills looked down With cannon deeply planted, ' O'er lletlcM camp and silent town, The golden sunset slauted. Wlton on the fervid air there catno A strain, now rich, now tender; The music fOmcd Itself allnme With day's departing splendor. A Federal band, which uto-aud morn l'km-d ni8Ure brnvo.and n...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 June 1868

. jrii -. vnrWMMk ' s ONAMINER. I lKMSCOOT, SVXMJXt.O.A.Y, .TTJIVE G. 18G8 IS O. 23. Dtmorrilllc .Vviu irr, tlrvolt-il in thr liiriilriillon or Cuinlltiilloiiul I'rlnrlplra mf (Jovcriniicitt, mill llic ml viiiirrmrii t nf ihr Interests of livery section of Arlromi, PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PRESCOTT, jC. O?. TERMS OFSUBSCRIPHOH: Ouc iopv. one year, ?7.00 Ono copy, six months, Jl.CK). One copy, thre months. f'.SO. Single Coplos, 2fi cents otich. ADVERTISING RATES: II t tn. "f equate, one time, 12.00; each additional V 'jo n.nre, one Unit', 83.00; each additional t 50 ,i additional half square and square, same hrrliAi'Mimts measuring over onu-half square i oa!it''(l and cltHrgcd ont square. 'J discount will be made to persons con ' . n tut t-aiuo advertisement fur three, tlx, or It v .inil or buslm-M itid inserted upon i.rie terms. fc,jT Ijt'idX Ttndrr Soles fnktnnt jtar in paymrnt I tiu r-jiliuit, advertising aiuljob trork. Trrnn, Invariably In nilvnnrr. M1N H M MUOV, BEN.). II...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 June 1868

1 1 COODg THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. II. HAUION Kblton. PBE3COTT: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE C, 180?. The Election. "Vcdncsdav last was election day. Of course all our readers know that, but all of them do not know how the day passed oil' ' and what the result was in tho various pre cincts. Neither do we, but we will try and tell what we do know. The official count will not bo made for several days, and it will Iks two or three weeks before the Territorial Secretary will make a count of all the votes cast for Delegate to Congress. Two weeks will probably elapse before we can know the result in Pima and Pah-Utc counties. In this county, as far as heard from, the McCor rnick clique has been badly beaten, and the head of their party, His Excellency, Richard C. McConnick, has been rebuked, condemned and rejected by the people among whom he resided for nearly four years. In Prcscott, the election was conducted in a quiet and or derly manner. Considerable spiritwas ovin eed by both par...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 June 1868

.sVTl UI'AY MORNING, JUN'K 0, 1C8. LOCAL NEWS. lnMvs at Mn.i.KitV. Siirnliiy tt party or , ,i,arx altempb-d to drive off a herd or cattle ..-iDg to Miller Hi-others', one mile west r- rn Ptwott. and failing to do bo, they shot two , ti-n. wounding one bo badly that lie had to bo Inhered. The catllo'were closo to the houc, a d th" nun were oil out at the time. Mrs. Mil- . -iw ihe Indians from tlio house, ran hrtweon t -a and cattle, and succeeded in corralling l ni Hut for her bravery and presence of mind, tie red scoundrel would have made a splendid La 1 Mi'ju Clksdssik ami escort arrived at Fort tttpple lat week from Fort McDowell. The Mvr na l,t','n "c,tvcly engaged in scouting af ter Apaches In the Salt River country receutly. rurrcfpondenls in that section speak of him m an ngrrcable gentleman, an Industrious Indian h ,',cr and a good fighter. Wo understand he u hi. after command Camp Lincoln, on the U 3 Verde. CO mile cMt or PrescolL k arc informed that a good wagon road can b ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 6 June 1868

T Ban FiUM'iwn AilaNOT.- Mr. Thomas lloycc I the on It authorize! ftgttit for the Min In Sun Fnnc1r. Orfler fit hi IIm, New Mer chant' Kxihnngc llttlldlnr, room No. 30, Califor nia itrti t, will Ik- promptly attended to. Tlie Footsteps of Decay. The follow ing is a translation from an an cient Sunish poem, which, tnyt Hie Edin bnrg Ikrutr, m etirpru'scd by iiotbing with which we nre acquainted in the Snifli language, except the ''Oth of I-oni de Leon ;" Oh ! let the sonl Its slntnlr brwf; ArOttee iU seme, nfiit awak To wo hew twin 1 Jfc, lit h rlirl, gUitw away, .And the stent fboiftlep of decay Come stealing oh. And while we Uw the rolling tWe, Down w hieh our Mowing miuHttt rIMc tvM'i A way so i o Let at Um) irwiit bowr employ. And deem each injure drwtu a Joy Already ict. .-, Ijtt no vain hope deeelvo. the mind, No happier let u bop to Anil To morrow Usui tooVy Our gokitm dreams of nero bright, ,0 LfkUiem dSwy. L - -ttiQST Jlr Hke -hastening streams must.!, ' "tWiJo one cnpitlml ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 June 1868

-w ' 'WKynniin)Knyit- ARIZONA MINER. '5P, VOL. "V lUKSCOTT, SATUIMAY, -TTJIV3E 13. 1SG8. IVO. 24. jl ptinorratle a rtviiiitrr, ilcvolril to llio Inculrnllim of Constitutional Principle of (lovt riimrnf, nml tlic nilrnitcciuciit of Ihf Intcrt-sU of fvtry section of Arizona. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT PRESCOTT, .A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Qatar?, one year, $7.00 One ropy, six month, tl.W One copy, three months, $2.60. Single Copies, 36 cents each. ADVERTISING RATES: lh'f squire, one lluic, fS.00; each additional Cm 100 . 1)1 Moure, one umo, ?.uu; wiu additional 1'-.. It VI h Ij adJitlonal half square and square, same rtifin"nt measuring over ono-balf square . -yinii-u ami citnrgeu one square. , 1 discount wilt he made to persons eon- rz'U' simc advertUrtiusnt for throe, six, or t v ,D"iii!is. JY --irinul or business cards Inserted upon r i X . f ti'llli. C x ' T eiider .Xrifi taken at ptr in payment ftrtu's 'ijj(ion,adcertiinfandJob icortc. Trrnii, liirnrlalilj- In advance. ; ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 June 1868

j , -1 THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. -acs'xvjju.isuju.u iho-i. J. It. MAIUON EtHTOR. SATURDAY MORNING, Jl'NE 13, 1SC8. Latest from Washington. , ACQUITTAIj of the president. Yesterday's mall brought the following good new., which wo copy from the Los Angciss A'eiM of Juno 2d : Wasuinoton, May 20. Mr. William moved that the Court proceed with the second article, which was agreed to. and tint result, by vote, was then taken on the third article with the same result. Mr. William then moved that the Senate, silting as a Court, do now adjourn sine tlit. which was agreed to by a vote of 31 to 16. Thoo vo ting no were Messrs. Bayard, Duckalcw, Davis, Doolittle. Fowler. Henderson, Hendricks. John son, McOurT, Norton. Patterson. How, .Saulsbury. Trumbull "nnd VTckers. Before announcing the, vote the Chief Justice mid if thxre wore no objections th" clerk would be directed to en ter a Judgment of acquittal, on the third and eleventh articles, which was done. The Chief Justice then declared 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. — 13 June 1868

svTt'KD.W MORNING, JUKI-: 13,1808. LOCAL I-,nF Stolen. -The redskins paid a visit to H '.'mil Valley lftat week, ami gobbled up four . ,"c,l)clon;?ingtoWm.Gilkison; two, or Moses y'a, niul one belonging to another man. ff wcr' pursued by a detachment or moun , i luf-ntry, from Camp MePherson, and over joincivhere near Hell's Canon. It seems , h" ratals after stealing the horses, went , "s a on-Mnrablo distance, and then turned , i wards the valley. In traveling along on t tail, nnd w'hen "par goIn0 '''t? rocks, the , ,y wi're fired into" by Indians, when two an I , ' wore killed. The Indian then, wo believe. , cJ and wer pursued by the troops, who, :- more enmo upon them while they were t ...3 one "f the stolen hone. The Indians, ice ng the troops, got up and travelled tow j th's t"Wn, and wero tracked to Miller's , v ..b ut one mile from Prcsoott. The troop J T i sday morning on a ton days' scout ' ii Indian. m M - "n. l'oblett and Thede, who came in ' .1 iho T"lt Gate, on the Pres...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 13 June 1868

Cj3 San Francisco Aoxsrv Mr. Thomas Rujee Is the only authorized agent for tlir MlNKlt In Sin FranWsoo". Orders lflfV at his olllrc, New Mcr chant's Exelmnge Uulldlng, room No. JSO, Calllor nki street, will be promptly attended to. Historicai. Rkcoud Tho followHtg is a list of presidents and vice proaidenti of the United States as HI as those who were can didates for each oflicc, since the organization of the present government : 17BU George Washington and John Adams; two terms, no opposition. 1707 John Adams; opposed by Thomas Jefferson, who, having the next highest elec toral vote, became vice president. 1801 Thomas JetFerson and Aaron llurr, beating John Adams and Charles C. 1'inckney. 1805 Thomas Jefferson nnd Georue Clin ton, beating Charles 0. Pincknoy and Hufus King. 1509 .James Madison and George Clinton, beating Charles C. Pincknoy. : 1813 Juntos Madison and Eldridgo Gerry, beating DeWitt Clinton. 1817 James Monroe and Daniel E. Tomp kins, beating Rufus King. f 1821 James M...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 June 1868

ART VOL. "V 1SG8. a MM S5 A lieniorrmir .-.crr-iuier, devoted to the Inculcation of Cumll I ul lunul Irlnclilr- of (.ovcriiiuriit, nnd the nd vnncemcitl of the Interests or every -ectlun of .Wlionn, PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS AT PRESCOTT, .A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On" copr. one year, ..00 One copy, Mx months, t-JW). One copy, three months. $2.50. Single Copies, 155 cotitit web. ADVERTISING RATES: Half squire, one time, $2.00; each additional t.a. ll Or., win-re, one time, ta.00; each additional tov f 1 F. . 'i additional half square and square, saino rt' A I r'lsi'incnU measuring over nns-half square . . itiit d and cltarenl one Miuarn. V ' ' r .1 lii-iiiiit x1ll Im made to nrot. eon. 1 1 ni; tin- same advertisement for three, six, or IV T ur'nuis. Pr iioml or business cards Inserted upon rra- iiuMe terms. Cfc Tentler AWm trnkenat par n payment i 7 i x 'TijHiun, iHireriwn aim joo icorK. TrriiM, Inviirliilily In uilvanre. J' hV II M RION, " IlE.NM. II. WEAVER, 1'ubllelier and P...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 June 1868

V sfx,A.rx,a3MI3s'rx, tt K li i f I W II V, i (A I H.IVM ijy . Of lb voles polled at Ilia Genontl ISItctkm held on Wednesday; .nine ;ia. iv. ' r ' A" .. . .1 I... "l. t...,ln- ...i.l trmviUf"iI liv tho Hoiltll Ot nllllUTVlaOrs. as iccsivvu L'r w: v-'iiuir ij;"i--ii ...-. - THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. m.STAIUilSHKO LttO'l J. H. MAIUON, ISttiroa. P X. IE S G O T T : SATURDAY MOUSING. JCNE !0. 18CS. Result of the Election. " We've met tbe enemy, and we nrc thcim." Yes, gentlemen, American citizens nnd btnn Jtih residents of Arizona, Governor MeCor mick and the mongrel hnts of the Mexican State of Sonora have proven ton weighty for u, and we arc routed horse, foot and dra nt ret urns frrm Pina hate no doubt nrit, awl when the return from Guay ma. Altar, ami other Mexican towns arrive, there trill not lie a jcrra.-pnt left ofo. Joh Hillings sat. "It strain a twin's jAlhtjihee lw wtit kind few laff when he pits beet," ami wo lime that Josh it right, nevertheless our advk- to the who op...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 June 1868

r caTUJDAV MORNING. JLNK 20. IPOR, LOCAL 2STE"WS. p We acknowledge (Jib receipt, from n 4.1 1' Turner, of a huge pile of delicious , , ii. i other cookies, which were labelled ; rue i' Cuke to he Otitcn with eoW waltr," d. uc were fillip "cribbed, cabined and con , by the lady's Imporullvo direction, we 1 lo drink her litMllh in tlmt unwholo (i,! while Hi.- aUache.i of thu office used tit it purpose, anil pronounced It upe , ,iu r fu. a temperance beverage. ...with Vfii-K. Mr. Abe Htmning. of Wnl f.r .ve who came here last week, sick wJtk ' rr' -i wring. J ! Osm.nv and his son Wlllktm came (o , u-t week from Ibo Lower A Rim Frio, with , oflurlwy, whbjb they hut just harvested. . r ad up they mw an fndlVrf near Willow They returned again, this week, dip s , , l iiimv warm acctnpnnle.! them, on a ii I (Idling excursion, and tUh and deer f, r i,.-.-p Uiy ol th.-m. , a :.f.rtned tint our worthy friend. J. K i has pnreii-.-el.from B. Darling, one . o.t in th Pioneer Dmg Suns. Both .Vs n ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 20 June 1868

San Fuamisco AacNCf Mr. Thomas Bo) oi ls iht only authorized agent for tlio Minhii lit Sin Francisco. Order lcR at his nllleo, New Mer chant' Exchange- Building, room No. 'M, Callfor xtlA urect, will be promptly attended to. WISHINQ. Of nil amusements of tlic inltid From logic dowu to fishing, There Is uot one that you can llnd So very cheap as " wishing)'.' A cry choice diversion, too, If you but rightly use it, And uot, as we aro apt to do, Pervert it and abuse It. I'wlsh n common wish Indeed Mv purse was something fatter; That 1 might cliccr the child of need, And not my pride to flatter. That ' might make, oppression reel As gold can only inakc it, And break the tyrant's rod of steel As gold can only break it. 1 wish that sympathy and love, And every human passlou That has its origin above, Would come and keep In fashion ; That scorn and Jealousy and hate, And every basa emotion, WcM hurled flfty fathoms deep Beneath the waves of ocean. I wish that friends were always true, And ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 June 1868

ARIZO VOL.. "V. MINER. l33UC8COTT, SATURDAY, -TU1VDE 18687 PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, -AT- PEESCOTTj A.. a?. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, ono year, 57.00 One copy, six months, jj.oo. uae copy, mrce months, ta.CO. Single Copies, 25 cent each. ADVERTISING RATES: Half entiarc, one lime, (2.00; each additional t imp. fl.00. Ono square, one tlinc, f.1.00; each additional time. 1 M). Each additional half square atid square, same Advertisements measuring over one-half square will be counted and cnargou one square. A ll'ierrtl discount will he made to persona con tlnulng the same advcrtUciuent for threo, slat, or twelve month. Professional or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. ffff" l.eqa Tender Notet taken at par in payment jur $uascrij)iwn, ncucriuiny uiiujvq kotk. Trrnn, Invariably In ntlvuitce. JOHN II. MARIOS, BENJ. II. WEAVER, rubusiicrs and rroprtetors. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. PMrirl Jmte 'rotate Jrnlirf DUtrift Atttirwy Shi-rin" (iiUMty ltwordcr, t.inoty Trwuurw ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 June 1868

: .r--. I THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA, J. II. MAUtON PRESCOTT: SATUHIUY MOUSING, JUNE 27, .KerrnR. Tun Tucson Amouum still keeps up it lick in praise of Governor MeCormiek, ami ! wc-suppose it can stand it, as it is supported ; br tho Governor and his clique. The last numbor received by u is very sweet on His Excellency and bitter upon us. Well, we sup pose, that is tho purpose the machine is run for. If it pleases the Governor, John 15. Allen, C. T. Hnyden and one or two others it bath dono well, for it hath pleased if patron. It is ditleront with the Minrr. We have no scheming officials, mercenary contractors, or rich peon owners to back us, 7'he jhoU sup lort us, to the number of about five hundred, and wo try to please them and cam an honest living by writing our own cditoriaf and local, selecting matter, setting type, and doing a little of everything else that is to bo done in a printing olllcc. No MeCormiek, no Jen kins or nny ono else writes " crushers " tor us. No fat gove...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 June 1868

VTI ilD.VY MOttNlNG, JUNE 27, 18(38. LOCAL NE-WS. The fanners on Lower Agin; Frio, about 15 ni;0ca4from Prescott, have harvested tlictr tariff and ore now cutting tlielr wheat. Mr. I lz n. who was In town last week, assured in ilat w lien be left llio ereck tbc corn wa about f ..r IW't high. Indian fires woro occasionally f n in llio bills surrounding tho valleys, and it Oj" f p'tiion of Ibv seWlcrs tliat tbo Apache tutus bad returned to their old haunts. Xi received a call, the other day, from M. IC I,,rtj of I'inyon Ranch, Woolsoy valloy. Mr. K uj the crops in his section were honlthy. WiMtno Hicn, of Dowers Ilros1 Agua Frio Ear b. paid Prescott a visit last week. He says it has planted several hundred acres of com. ad that it is growing rapidly. Utun fc Eutorr have just completed a fine rr. k i je for Captain K. I). Hakor. Quartermaster if F rt Whipple. The building Is tltuated on C. p.'ol II til , nud contains six large rooms. Cap. Is.a llakerand wife will move into it bhortly. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 27 June 1868

JU'konn fjjinn. Sax Fiusci'ro Annirr Mr Thorni Botee I tbe only authorized agmt forllic Minsk in nn I'rttK-kn-o. Orders left at lils ofll-e, New Mer chaat'a Kxebanjice Dnlldinir, room No. JSO, Califor nia street, will be promptly attended to. TIME. Ok Time, pervading space from earth to Heaven ! Matter of death, of mail, of all which art, Bfucath whose tread the very plolxs U riven, Awl world from out their orbits reel and Mart; Tlioti, who In ev'ry ifr and ev'ry clltne liald tbe round world and man within tby prMp, Rtuaortele, cbanfcele, terrible, tubltrae, Ctatcblng the new born breath, the dying gaip; Tkou changeless only of all 'naath the fun, Older Item ocean, aiars, or ipacc or man, Doer of all that's done or 1 undone, Yet yoeng as when the spheres their coarte begin; Eternal youth! oh, ever crand and fair, Why should we paint the choatly, old and grim, '&)t mien decrepM and with llvr bir, Weary and plodding and with cye-tlgbt dim f Upon thy brow the glden planets ittine, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
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