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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 October 1868

'HE MINER. t WEEKLY mm ABIZONA MM1 VOM'Mli V. I'RKSCOTT, AIMZUXA, SATlllDAV MOIINIXG, 0(T()15ER 10, WK XL'MBKH 41. Uwl.l-HH' EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. ,J I'll-f'TT. V.rAI ColrtT, AMZOM. FROM SOUTH AMERICA. Accounts of the Great Earthquakes. Charge of M'urat at Eylau. BT . T. IIKAW.T. Ti.UMS OP SUIJSCItlPTION; ,py. One Ytnr six Month Three Month r.,pu' ,.$7 00 . 400 . 2 50 25 KATK-? OF ADVERTISING; 0 one tlmo ?3X"0t eruh additional t ft I'.wti ititiltttniMl Miliar, kiiiik rntlt. r discount wilt lie made to wwon tMii , I:;;- -sni'-' nilvertt-tmirit for three, six, or ,nii, il or ImtliMMi card Inserted uwn t rin. n' Ten'lrr Al(( takaint fnr in jutpment lylwH, adttrthhif ein Job Merit. Ttam tho Inum Sur at Herald. 1 l'.nn "'""'fr Antrim 1ot about 85 hand. Arica with Miid.lici and to render nil tbo ai- Ihe L. h. Mcntner ll'rt c-ttipod with the i cUianco nviiMe to theiiirerern. Tbe steamer lo.,i one life; with n small draft of water , .v. had bn loaded with proviin-, etc., Hhe WilS rn "l Ii...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 October 1868

ox z J. II. MAItlON,. . hmtoii. l'rosoott, -A.rlv.onn MVrrllory. SATURDAY MORNING, 0CT01U5U 10. IMS. TUB NEWS. lly way of Chicago, we hnvo a dispatch w hich states that the Republicans have carried Now .Mexico. Prescott is hut oOO miles from the capi tal of Now Mexico, tin ' had wo proper mall con nection with our Muter Territory, via the Whip ple, or 35th parallel route, we would have learned the true result of the election long "K A Chicago dispatch of Sept. 17, soys that about the 10th. the weather turned cool, and a frot, which Injured the crop considerably, fell in vurious portions of the tins tern, Middle, and Western States. On the night of the 17th, snow foil iwur Uticn, New York. A recent dispatch from Atlanta, Georgia, says : A bill wus passed by the House yesterday e.t oludlng negroes from serving on juries. It is understood to-day that the House, after a stormy delmtc, declared by a unanimous vote that negro members claiming only one-eighth negro blood are Ineligible. Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 October 1868

LOCAL 1NTELLIGKXCK. FnoM YVicKiiMirini, We regret to learn (Iml ourm.LIi'irliiir town U dill tillllrtcd uith Mil;. u,.,4. Col. Wrltrlit, nnil IVd. Wllli:iiu., nrrhcd Jure till w'fi ltilorni u that when they tlio fever was worse than It luiil been ut nny ,;,'. during tin' summer. John Matliys, formerly f Pri-eott, win very del; nt lust ncrount. We alo nrt't I" learn l,inl towdylsm arid lawlessness ,r,, on tin' Increase In Wlekenhurg, ami we liopu , . r ticni of tin' place will frown down nil nets uf ci-lioiol persons tundliiK to brluj; oppro. i.,. mi upon tin" fair fame of tlio town. It U fll ,.''i f ir n people to be nflllrted with chills and i t ,( without also lmvlnjf to jrunrd nnlusl hnl . in 1 r k characters. Wo arc led to make i . i, tn.irk' on account of recent oiitntjft'B upon , !. iii th.it town. A short time ago, some in .11, whose blood was llrcd with liquor, made an - jiilt upon nn American woman, for the pur of violating her pcrs"n. She gnvc thuulartn w u 1 r r.m. nnd a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 October 1868

She Wcchlij guUimn Uinev. Saw Pmsrisrci ar.y r. Mr. Thorn Boy fat the only aiitliorirtd ugi-nt for tic Misck in n FrancltHo. ()rd-r l-n at ottliv, N w Mt ebaut's Krrhitnirc Hulldlnir, room No. J, Califor nia atreel, will Ut promptly attended to. Tifti " VelocijKfde," a ntw traveling vehi cle, h thus described : "It coMtsta of two large wheel lifrbtly COmtructud, a steering wheel In front and in it lino behind another of equal size. It must be kept in an upright portion while in motion bv the hkill of the rider, who. natu ral I r. at hi, drat attempt at manasim: it, ! ineettj with llttlo encouragement. The jtower j the re.enl mode of election by general ticket fr propulsion is applied by the leet, which j adopted. are laced upon a treudlc attached to the j hub of the front wheel. A bifurcated arranjee- j wM,v in Emh.am. .More than two and ment constructed of iron or ateel, extends . n )tnf in f English women aio unnmr frotn the hub as high as the breast of the ri- rjw, rre0ll to t.ar...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 October 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME V. mSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATCIIDAY MOKNJNC,, OCTOBER IT, 168. INTMUER 42. AJtlONA IVIIIV12JX. j-l HUSHED EVERY KATL'IIDAV MORNING. Ar l'KBcorr, Yavapai Cotxrr, Arizona. TERMS OF SUllSCRll'TION: One Copy. One Year. Six .Months Three Months nle Copies 9700 . 400 . 250 25 U AT 113 OK ADVERTISING: nqu&rt, one time, f3.00; each additional tune. fl.W. Each addition! square, wmc rata A ilticral discount will t3 msde to person con. ' toning lne tame advertisement for three, tlx, or twelve months. rofcloiial or business cord Inserted upon i 4oiknMe trtm. if" .eiaf Tender S'ottt tnkfn at pur in payment for imlicrtjttujn, atherlitiny andjoli tcork. Term", Invariably In dviiff. ;OIIS II MAHION HHSJ 11. WEAVER. I'atyhrni nd Iniiritnf. Directory of Yavapai County. m.lHct JuJee. VM. F. Tl BSKR. rr..tnt Ju.tirr Hr.7KK!Alt llHOOK, liMtrt-1 AUnrner Jons M Uol VfHr.K. rrtS, A. J. lr t imy Itwntrf, Jon II. llr.HA.v. I 5r Trvnrrt WlLUtM Ooar, t,rt of llutrirt Court, B. W....

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 October 1868

VfSWs rz JCSTuVlJIilBltlCL) IN lf-O-t. toifft$ fiMTOH I'rtwoott, .Ai'lv.oiui 'JLVrrltory. satuUdav mousing, octobei: it. wh. HOW GOVERNMENT TREATS US. In the balls of Congress. In tin pulpit, on the stutnp. In the social circle. Cudee anl his Dinah. Jobn Chinaman anil bis Ah Cboy. Lo. tho poor Itidkin, and his flabby-sided squaw hove tbolr de fenders and admirer!", but stranito to wy, tbo while men and women or America, who go Into the wUderne" at their own expeno. try to de velop it and make an honcl living by linrd labor, are neglected by Government and people, and left to the tender mercies of ibolr savage neigh bors. When spoken of at nll.oiirbtuvepinneer are alluded to with doridon. and looked upon ns i-cnil-barbnrlans but llttlo bHIor than the sav ages who prey upon them. Should tb-y have the totnorlty to ask Government for protection far their lives and property, they aro snubbed and Insulted by olllchil mummies, and told that were It not for IkuI white men. the Indian would ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 October 1868

LOCAL LXTKLLHjKXClv.; ; KnriotiT Thais -The freight train of W. W. . and tlial of W. A. UVrnlnfeCf, of U l'.ir, ,M,v. din Prccou Saturday lnt with freight Tor (.. jnitMipt', Tl!rvliif i d DopKAiftt)i Sloti ,t,v ii-t, Inavlly In.tded wllli lumber lor Smith & VWeUulmrg'iiiid A. II. IWples, or WJckcn i nrL' Tin- latter I'titlt iu'in keeps u Itimticr y.irtl ;.l U1 inN m the sate ol lumber at NVIi-kcnbtir, j,,r and Curless, ol tlic. Quart. Mountain P,wunli, Prescott. Clicuou llil,. mid Campbell ,t llullmn' train uro fxpectod here toon, from I,i f'l arc Mlllitr'snti I IlitieliV. Chapiu til's tf vi, h i I" '-ii hauling tu Caiftji Lincoln, j.iMiiru Tiitnr or 1'iimstt."-IW people, ,u -idi of lliiw connected with our saw ml Hi, ., uiO idei of lliu ureal Hliiotlllluf lumber Unit ,ss'ili'ped to Wlckunlmrg, Iji P.i, and other pla. r,s in iii. v.dlcy. E Very indit from La IV. gvxfn k loaded vvitti lumber. Goulll, limit, Abo, U u mjil i uioiiwr. The mutiny thai find Its way Im 1'. olt for lumb...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 October 1868

. . ,, 4- tSt Vs Tils. KYMTRVrt OP ATKR IN Tilt 1 I. Art- UK-1 MiHif ui ii wuu !MC W C CnlU VlsCUM 1UUWV. E.-T he S pectroscopo ha recently been nj- In the United States aro turned out at r u- v ' .... '!.. .1. ' 1 1. nr.- lVnn. Thrnn machines arc 111 Use, lice of water'n tbJXne of Urn plan- which produce 8,000 to 5,000 .lk. per hour et. The application of this Instrument for each. San Fuancisco AoEscr. Mr Thomas lloycc l the only authorized agent for tlio Minek In N" PRIVATE MEDICAL AID. Order If rt nt his olllre, New Mer- thin purpose may bo understood from the rol lango Building, room No. IK), Caliror- owinj- decription : Krnri!ro. chant's Exchan nln street, will bo promptly atteuded to. WATCH FOR THE MORNING. Watcher, 'ti dark, and thy dwelling l lonely I TV Bight-lamp shines dimly and mi does thine r) e i Then art thinking thy portion U wretchedness only, Disheartened, deepnlrisir. and longlrg l diet Wiher, 1X out where the day-star It dawning I llnpe In thy eeul let its premis...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 October 1868

Arizona Miner, w v g -mm aer g. From Ban Francisco Dally Examiner, Sept. 2d. OHIOll S01DIER3 AND SAILORS! HIM2I3CII OF" MAJOR-BEN. THOMAS EWING, OF KANSAS, At Ooopor Institute, New York, .Tuly -llli, 1H08. Mn. rnEsiDRjrr anii Gentlemen ok tiik Convention:- I heattily tliank joii for tho honor of being callod upon to address this assomblagd of soldiers anil sailors tho larg est over gathered on tlio continent since the grand review in Washington, at tho close of of tho war of tho victorious armies of tho Potomac, of tho Tennessee, and of Goorghv. Of tho comrade who separated then, and went each to hU homo and civic occupation, almost every regiment ha hero its represen tative. Why havo wo soldiers and sailors, who aro proud of onr sorvlco for tho Uulon, assembled hero in delegate convention to plan the overthrow of that jwUtlcal party which administered tho Government through the war, and the defeat for the Presidency of him who was erst the loader of the Union anntes? Applause. With...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 October 1868

IMiiPJWIlMWIuujai ijit,, i. U Him) THE ARIZONA MINER. WEEKLY VOLHIK V. a'kikoiv.a. iri.ivjai.fc. j-t iU.lslII.1) EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. AT I'llBBroTT. YAVAPAI Ool .TIT, ARISWXA. TERMS OI' SURSCRIPTION: (i ,. Copy. One Your. $7 00 hiv ymm 4 oo " Three Montlw 2 50 i-fglf Copies 25 RATES 01' ARVffllTISIXG: (I - quarf, one time, $11.00; tcb additional I in 1 1 .V. fUeli aililHioual square, rnww rule. i,irrl discount will be muiln 1ft person cob- 'i u.nir the mme advertisement for three, six, or i.i .i month. Vtr- wioml or lminM ami Inserted upon i naMe terms. C r Isital 'I'ntJtr Xolti taken nt ptr (n payment I r in nitoH, Mtctrtitmg tutdjcb work. Terms, In it rlulilj' In ntlvuiitr. I' UN II MARIO IIKXJ. II. WEAVKK. l'nWWWf mmi I'mffWtot. Directory of Yavtapai County. I- ' ' 'tl WW. I Tl'KVML k . Ju.Irp IlKXKKItH HKKHiK, ) . . JlK M Rill'Ttlll.t. H "r A.J. VmnHt. ( Uil Jtmx II. DRM4V, .. imuiirrr WlIXUM CuBT, i i f U..irlM (Wt B. W. WRXS, JK. TKttilS OI' COl"XTS: , ( irv I'iMt Maufcr la...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 October 1868

m i e r r JiiVmaiuo.s rtwhm. I'rfoott, AriiKiiui M'orrttory. SATlHtlbVY MOUSING. OCTf )IlKlt 2 1. 1J6. Sun l'rntirlro Anon-)"- Tiiokas Wovrl! h the h- itrttehM pp fif Ik 5im ts ft I'mwlwv IhJn. 1.A tl n. 30iw4 Am). Mrrrhmfl Kichsficc Cxlldfntii rtvt twfcm MnntrnMTr, will be t Trip to the Country. Sunday evening last wc jumped into Iew Alters' wagon and rode out to "Willow Creek Valley. On the way we posted through Mil lers Valley, which, by the way, is ono of tho most beautiful snots in the mountains. Tho day WnS (In ; tho gun shone down in all its Mripdor, and wo could not help contrasting the present appearance of the country with that f four year ago, when nothing but grass and trees were to be seen. Miller's Valley, with its large Ileitis of ripened corn, neat cot tages ami charming groves, is a sight worth (iag, and wo enjoyed it. On arriving at (he Mad of Willow Creek alley, we were taken all abnek at beholding tho great chan ges wrought by those enterprising farmers, David Os...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 October 1868

LOCAL INTELLWKXCE. st,n atth k i-nx .1. J. Oiiwon avw Jiwki'U .t,:v 1 "''" J01'" Timmmn. who twits to n frumi.eriysranon, on i.yn.v Ureek.yiMtw.i.. ..vununoon.weleumllmt, in Messr. .Melvln I ,, l(i) frum Lerty's ranch, on I.yn.v Creek, ymlw . (i.b-"ii were on their way from I'ruMjott to t Uio Venle, yesterday morning, they were at t . m1 by i parly of Apaehe-Molmvo Indian, at j a'.ni tieiir Ash Creek, when Mr. GUnon wan x uTidy, If not fntully wounded, nnd Mr. Melvln . V,l in the leg. The wounded men are now ,.1 !.))' ninth. Oibnti wns flint in the body, , , I Mi P-covery is doubtful. T if " M'-ndly " Apactie-Molmres haren queer , , of showing their frlendslilp for the whites. , ,l,.ii..iitn their mnrdenuis nttompt to take v "I Mesa in, Gibson and Melvln. they re- til. -I In rapture tbe mules belonglug to i nipm.iii. while the train was encampeil ' t ii-:n (i.i, on the road leading from I'reacott i a np Lincoln, on the Itio Verde. The sconn h Kilb d two and wounded othert. Afill Gov...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 October 1868

Arizona and the Indians. If there is a place ujion tlic Continent of Aindrlen tlmt is Justly celebrated for Its bad government, or total want of government, that place is the Territory of Arizona. In sHylm; this much, woinakeiiocteircon attaint the civil olllccrs and authorities of that un fortunate Territory. The chil department ail that could be expected under the cir cutnsfaiicas; the courts arc able and efficient, and the people have placed tiieir mt men in otiice to execute their decrees and mandate, nnd co far afthc white or civilized population have any influence, peace and good order pre vail. It is therefore ot the inililarv tiepart- mcnt tbat the people of that country so Jut- j Iv complain; a complaint that is endorsed nnd jKirticipated In bv cvory man in the na tion who has the slightest conception of the evils and horror that flow directly from the maladministration of the Military Depart ment of Ariwna. With a climate superior to that of many of the mrt jwpulous and pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 31 October 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER VOU'ME Y. I'RKSCOTT, AKIZOaA, SATUItDAY MOHNIXG, OCTOBER 31, 1X68. NUMBER 44. l-LWMSHKD BVEHV SATURDAY MOUSING. At I'HMurr, Yav.u'U Ceiw-rr, Auizoxa. TERMS 01' SURSCRIPTION: ii-.r C m v. Oiu- Ytur $700 Plx Montln 4 00 Throe Months 2 50 single Copies, .... 25 RATES OF ADVKUTISING: One square, one time, ttSft; enh additional ti..i , 4 1.50. Each additional square, same rate. i.i. ul dlscoiint will bo mado to perons eon ,. mg tlic rame advertisement for three, six, or u, iv months. l'rr.'sioiii.l or builness card a liiMirtOd upon -,i..ioiilile terms. 6 if Isyal Tetulrr Xotef taken at par in payment v iu!,t nptton, lutr-ertiiifuf nnd job work. 'IVnin, Inriirlultly In mlvitnrr. JOHN II. JIAllIDX 11KKJ. It. WBAVBU. lnli'.'uhor ami I'rftjtHMnfu. Directory of Yavapai County. I) .tri, t Jixljr WM. I". TfHMIR. The Hasan Process for the Reduction of Rebellious Ores. (Prom theSn 1'ranrlwu Tlmfi.J pnratively insignificant. Tho super-heating the working of thin process wo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 31 October 1868

l.umm. l'tHMoott, AiHwiiih 'LWrltory. SATURDAY MnKNIN'O. OCTOHKR 31. Infix. J. It. Hartox, Dreadful Work of the Indians. TV WHITE MEN Kll.l.U) AMI FIVE WOl'NDr.D. After managing to pet tho wounded soldier upon an animal, tho party retreated, (Mr. I.ennnn tl&Min'g Mr. Uovfcft in the saddle, ami the snlprrs doing tho seme thing fr their wound&l comrade,) followed fbr it mild and a tttr ttflbWftt nlxt yrtlittg. fiendish red-skins. They "oon met I.icut. Derby and nliotit twen ty men, who were rnmlnir to Fort Wliijiplo with some wagons. Tlie wounleil men were placed in tho watrons. nnd nil returned to ' . .- . Oamp Lincoln. Mr. Lennon, Lt. Derby nntl Sun i'riii i Acf.nr-. thi njkK Uorri. u th-1 aven soldiers started for Prescott tho sumo tnlm M m tii. ..mr.- N... .t.i ). Mt.fcr. ! evoinng and armed Jiore mrn in mo i. KmImm. t uiitiriii. ii.w Mimim, tn b i j tujg n-ht the Indians captured a mule. lSw"Wfc ... ... t it r a openccr gui'i io ii'iuinu wi " arannition. Wednesday night l...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 31 October 1868

LOCAL inKUlGEXCll t(1 i:ti.t. ft nmtt nntl tibMnnllal fence hat boi'ii pliK'''l nnniiul thu Mtunnlc burying ground, vliitli h oti tliu iKirlliurii iilo ut the beautiful mi the wi'it isiili! of (Jranite ('reek. Til K". K.t,fierg',nnt Mllli-r nml private Dor fen, twl 'Mrtfc'l "otiller, formerly of Com I .my 1. 1 M' Infantry, havo rufiii'til to ( iiier their hc.ntfelt tlmnki In 'Dr. Miilttieton, of 1 rt Whipple, for curing them of ill'A' ton lri t"'il nt ('.imp Mcl'lu-jfou. Vi.i;rBJ i! Spu'IurscNo! to G'ullfornh. ot. ! 1 '( vi' Ari.ofm to bo the beit Agricultural , nr on tin; l'ariflc cowl, utiil any nnpreju ,1 1 '(Ti"ii v ho v tl I take a look at the rnnchei ,n '.t uil'y. Hint examine' their products will . ! wh u. Here, about 7,000 feet above .i Ini'l. n fmaera raton good corn, wheat, ' j . md vegetable, without having lo irrl the mil once. Nature dam that for thni ,uint: tin' "iiiumer inontlii. The other day, Mr. ( illiumon, of Willow Valley, brought i. ir "(1W a bead of cabbage, we...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 31 October 1868

Respective Rights of Miners and Far mers to Public Lands. The San Pranelsoo HhUUIh, of a recent date, eontnira tho folloiving letter from tho Com infesionijr of the General Und Olllce, on the abovo subject. It contain' much valuable Information for minBrs anil fanners, and "cov ers tho ground" in Arizona, as well as in OaHfornfa: Dkpartmk.st op nm IxTUition, ) General laml QttU, Kept. IS, 1808. ( dwirgo Stonohouso, Grass Valley, Nevada County, Cidifornia. Sir Your letter to Senator Cole has been referred to this ollko, containing your ro inaks abotit the effect of our "ininand in structions" utwn those connected with agri cultural interests in California. The miners and farmers arc so mutually dependent upon each other in California that considerations of interest alono should bo suiliciont to prevent any rivalry beyond that Incident to the advancement of their respect ive interests. Without tho miners the far mers of California would have but an indiffer ent market for their produc...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 7 November 1868

THE WEEKLY mtr Aggm " A WTy flAT ft MINER. Myxs VOIOIi Y. AKIZOXA Mirs'lSI,. i'LHMrtllKl) EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. At vm n, Yavapai Uotrrrv, Abizoxa. TERMS 01' SIJIISCKII'TION: .. ' On Copy, Gnu Vwr. $7 00 ' Pit Months 4 00 " " Thrco Month, 2 50 ?lngk- CopitM, 25 RATES OF ADVERTISING: t)nc qnri on limn, fJUW; raeh mlilllloml r.,ni', r,l -7). Each additional square, wine rate. V Itt.'Tu! discount will be made to persons con t'niiici; ttn- same advertisement for three, six, or t Uf months. Professional or business cards Inserted upon ri .kc')n4lil terms. Xlift.fyal Tender Xotti tnkn at pur in payment fur tulcriitimtt tuiwtittny ami jab tevrk. Term, Invnrliilily In iitlviinre. JOHN It MAKIOX ..IIB.VJ. It. WBAVKIt. I'rafirWb. Directory of Yavapai County. Ii .'r . t Jih1 VM. TraniR, Vt ltr Jn.ie- IlRZKktAII 1IROOKS, Ii,.-ri. t Attom Jims M. Hot'STana, -iT A. J. MOOML 1 ltft!r JOHK II. liKHAN, I ',Tr----.r-r WlLLUM CoT, t .era ( Uiir.cl VuU I!. W. WSIXB, J. TT.KM8 OP COfHTSt ,.wiCmtt-l'W3l...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 7 November 1868

J.I?. MAKlON Hnnim. I'ronoott, .Arixoim U'lirritory. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVKMHRU 7. 18C.. Suit I'riincLro A prnry. TlloMJH llotrr. 1 the .nl)r MthnriMd IMfMrt fur the MfKR l Sm 1'nMtwv OMcm Mk m hi ... No. imiMiH.n-l Aor), Mrrhant' Gwhaiir, Clifn.iM . brUiw MoBtfinwry, will he H0B)4iy attrixlMt t. Another Indian Outrage. Monday last, at a point about six miles this ride of Wickenburp, a party of 75 or 100 Indians attacked the mail party, killed a sol dier -one of the escort ami wounded the mail rider, captured the pack animal ami two bags of mail matter. Tho Indians cut the jlorty oir from Wickenburg and tried to cap ture tic whole outfit, but the carrier and bits oecort got .nvay from Lb em and succeeded in .reaching Walnut Qrovo, where the wounded aridier died. The captured bags contained two weeks' California and Eastern mails, which, no doubt, will be destroyed by the red-skins. After tho :tiw reached Prewott, the commanding ofiker at Port Whipple, sent out Captain Ho ljnrt and C...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 7 November 1868

Dn. .1 N- Mi C'ANi.r.M ly roferonco to ojr alvcrtii:ijj columns it will lie scon tlmt ,i p litlctnan h(m oponoil an ullice in the p uf -Mien A Whito, on Montezuma street, , f u- il'wrs toutli of tho Mi.vr.n odlct', nnl k, !,,' priijKMM to follow his profession In thU i inty, our jteoplo sbotiltl know something j,' it Mm: therefore, wo can inform them t ,t Dr. MrCamllcas is n regular medical . , i-.ut lminir receive! a diploma from . ', !- n Mfdical College, Philadelphia. l)u . c, hte war he served, in the Northern t a n 'lron, with the rank of iMajor. ,; A ,, ht.it i.inod at Camp Lincoln, in this it;. l r u timo and until an tinfortti , n I'hiii which came near deatrojinj; .-i. lit of both hi eyes lefel bim, he t . 1 hi that rapacity. He has lately ro f d from San Francisco, whither he went ,ti. .tuething dono for his oye and to r -.ii hU c ommlaiion in the anny, which he 1 and now lotunn hero, confident that tn In- experience as n physician both in a:, I nut of tho army, he is foll...

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