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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 August 1864

jW MINER. - -- - - .1 - - " Tisdale A. Hand, " The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. VOLUME I. PRBSCOTT, AKIZONA, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24, 1864. NUMBER 11. , sm , ivan THE ARIZONA MINER. 1 A. II'AtVJ), Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION Payable in advance, without exception.-- For one year - $6,00 For lx mofttiis .... - - -.. 8,t)0 For thrae toontbs 10 Singly copies . ,10 ADVIBHTISINU i A Hrmarn pnimla fin Vmoa nf fhfa lpf.fr. Ono square or less, one insertion, $2,00. Rich subsequent 1 mouths, 0,00. For sis months, $10,00. For one lyear 15,00 unci at the same rates for larger quantities MINING LAWS. TURKEY CREEK DISTRICT. At a meeting of tho claim holders of the Tur ti rt r .. f-v L I1 .... iKoy ureeiv uuartz .uimng jjisinct, neiu .augus 10th, 18G4, Charles Taylor was chosen President 0th, 18G4, (Jharles Taylor was chosen President nd W. C. Collier Secretary. On motion it was oted that all of the old code of laws after the word " ut " in the third clause of the first article io repealed, and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 August 1864

nil; AlvlZUlNiA MINER. 'The Qcld of that Land is good." 'X'. A. HAND, Publisher. PRESCOTT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1804. idr-'ino publiblicrot tuo Miner has started for ti tonr thrtingh the country Boutb of the Gila. Ho will visit the principal points, and hopes to mako his trip advantageous to the Miner and its patrons. EXPLANATORY. Wo aro not of those who expect to nleoao ev orybody. nor do wo think it necessary for public officers to spend much time in explaining their course of conduct so long aa it is neither irregu lar nor unsatisfactory to a majority of the people. As, however, the charge that the Territorial gov ernment or Arizona ha3 been unnecessarily do layed by the officials, has been harped upon by certain irresponsible parties until it has gained credence in some quarters, we ask attention to the annexed simple statement of facts, which, wo believe, to be an all sufficient answer to the as persion: The illness and death of Governor Qurlcy necessarily postponed the time 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. — 24 August 1864

THE AJUZOKA Ml NEK.' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1864. Dr. Wakefield went with Mr. Hand to the southern country. Mk. Kirkland and family arrived hero on Monday, after a long trip, from La Paz. Messrs. Ourlia and Al bert Itodgers, accompanied Mr. K. Closed. The Juniper IIouso is closed for the pres ent, to be re-opened in improved style early in Septem ber. The Osborne IIouso ia now doing a largo busi ness, and is much liked. Express. Robertson goes to La Pais to-morrow. Dukes & Co. make- their next trip on . or about the 30th inat., and the Military Express will leave about the iOth or 15th of September. Mk. McMullen, of Antolopo, is in town with the train ot Solomon & Co.. from Pmio. McMullen is a good fellow whom we aro always glad to see. Wish he would take up his abode in Prescott, Before leaving La Paz, Col. Postou appointed Charles A. Phillips, Esq., assistant Superintendent of Indian Afl'airs, and we hear that Mr. Phillips ia buaily engaged in the duties of his office. Robe...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 August 1864

r S f, ! i.' 4- U L . THE ARIZONA MINER. 7.50 W. T- HOOPKK, J. KENT MOOJ'KR, 1'. Hl'S'TON. FT. 13eud of Bill Williams Pork to Rock Cor ral Spring, not much water in spring, rnauiug stream 1 1-2 mile south-east of spring, wood and grass on the sur rounding; hills 8.12 RWOltT OF CAPTAl.f EN03; This report, referred to in our last, is published Bock Corral Spring to White Cliff Creek, in the Santa F Gazette, of July 2d. It will bel .woo.? terpnd grass, 9.35 .,..,.u i w -!?,., annn White UUU Creek to camp on WhitoChQ: f ,..,. t n ,,',. , . r. i ii. Creek, wood, water and grass, 3.98 Vlninn VV.11.ft H.. Wliil..I. 1 f 1 llflnnrnhnp lnor. I '., O iUOJul " 111,0 w A u,w " -v-"." uamp on Wliito Cliff Creek to Dry Camp, for the purpose of exploring tor ft wagon roaci gra3g an(j W00( ja aDllndnnce, 9.36 from the Walker mines to tho Colorado Dry Cump to Hualapais Spring, water, rivnr. Ho fl.. Gvnminnd tho r.nnntrv towards wood and grass in tho vicinity 15.03 .., mnnH, ftf u'siiSstmB' Wnrl-. nnr...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1864

ARIZONA MINER Tisdalb A. Hand, "The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. , , . - .. at- ' ' , " , YOLTJMB L , . PiRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1864. ' NUMBER 12. THE ARIZONA MINER T A. UiUVIl, PumUkIiox. ; StmsfclUPTION i Payable in advance, without ex6apti6h. For one year Far six moatha -For threfc nioidfris Single copies - - tho illustration7 of the period iu question, whoth- personal character was given soon after hia death tiona," says Mr. Bancroft, " ia transparent tc ov er in the form of chronicle memoir, private cor- by one 6f Ilia secretaries in a communication to ery reader; Compare what ho has rritten with reapondeuee, legal codes, or official doennsents." tho Now Y-ork 'IMbuns :41 'r. Preaeotta cheer- what others faavo left on the eamo subject, an,d Tnlnnnn t , .1 n I . .... 1 . rl - imIiIa I I J.. nAllJn i. L. - . . .. - C . iiuuiuo (iu uuiiMwiuv www biui uuiiiiiiiuiu i x iccuuvv a nup'jrion.py utiuinri upuu jruu iruiu my jio iiau a nneiy-wrougnt sensitive ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1864

ULSC 0I7. Vi;N hSi,A . . "iT'TLAIBKIi i, 1RC4. Tho" Gold of that land, li good IT. AS A .V, I'ubl ilidr. AoiWT&JiWiln.' Jfibofn, Tucson: Chtirlfix A. Piuilipi, Lr P; A. M. llnnt, 8anta Fe; L. Dukes Co., Ft Mo have ; William 1L Tobcy, San Frnnciseo. Ksr'Fhfl ptibliuller of the Miner la now on i tour through the country south of the Gila. Ho will Visit the principal points, and liopos to mako his trip advantageons to .tbcMlNtfii and ita patrons. SINKING SHAFTS. We are glad tliut our lode owners. are begin . t'uhig to sink shafts, and thus to ascertain what Hfreir Interests' nre likely to 'amount 'to. Apart from the mere keeping of propridtdriJ of fdQt or .thoir representatives in the country and for the ipdrpose of defining the lay of tho ledges, wejit tnch very little importauco to the- custom,' fol lowed in moat of tho districts of performing six days work upon a cluim. We aro not prepared to approve the plan of requiring no. work at all, as adopted in the Turkey (Jreek district...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1801. Mk.Manasseb, who brought a large supply of goods hero at an early day,' has, we learn, disposed of the bal anco of his stock, and will soon return to La Paz. Mr. Iiurshco is a pleasant gentleman, aud we hope he will eorac back to Prescott. N. B. Appel, member of the House of KepreflenU tivea from the Qrst district, arrived here yesterday with several wagons and 15,000 pounds of Sonora Hour. If each of our legislators come as well stocked With pro visions there will certainly bo no danger of an early adjournment of tho Legislature for need of food. . Richard Gum. who came in from tho Woolsoy ex pedition with a bad fever, is now ui Rotindtrec's Ba loou, in Prescott, weak but recovering. Mr. Gird was very active upon the expedition, and probably over taxed his strength. We wish him an" early and com plete recovery. We are pleased to hear that John B. Allen, Eq., of tho Maricopa Wells, may, owing to the withdrawal of expresses through the...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 7 September 1864

TJI, rOWN OF At RS. Jn accordant Svltli piftlic notice K uicbting wus held at tlio houso of Potor BiWn, KSatJ., ht the mouth of Williams' Fork, on the Colorado' nver, on Thursday evening, August 4th. I8fci, tit 7 o'clock, for the purposo oV adopting tlio beet mode of disposing of tho lots of tho town, under tho Into Act of Congress entitled, Au Act providing for the increase of the Hevenuo. Tho meeting was called to order, and on roo- ion Peter .Brown was called to tho chair, and Louis F. Holtz, of tho Platiot Alining Com pany, elected Secretary. Tho object of the meeting being stated, on motion of Mr. llngaerty, the meeting proceeded to the election of three commissioners to carry out tho object of the meeting in accordance with uio laie act ot Uongress, lor tho purpose of lo eating town sites, fec wheroupon Peter Brown, IiOnis F. Holtz, and A. II. Peoples, wero duly elected said commissioners. On motion, it was resolved that the nantb of tho town be Aubiy. On m6tion of Wilbur Curt...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1864

g 1-1 Tisdalb A, Hand, " The Gold of that Land is good." PUBLISHER , . . ; - , '. "" 1 . iimC VOLUME I. PllESCOTT, AKIZOtfA,. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1864 NUMBER 13. mumiuuifirimi THE ARIZONA MINER T. A. IIAICD, Pu1llUcr. SUHSCRlFTIOItf s Payablo in advance, without exception. ' For one year - . .'. . .... . For six mouths . i ... - -". For three mouths - - Single oopiea - - .- . - . ... ... $5,00 1,50 ADVKRTISIRTGt ' " A square equals ten lines of this letter. One square or less, one insertion, 2,00. Each subsequent insertion, 1,00, One square standing for three months, $0.00. For six months. $10.00. For oiie year $15,00 and at the same rates for larger quantities THE WOOJLSEY EXPEDITION. J col, woolsky's report to, the QOVKKNOIl. i Presl'ott, Arizona, Aug. 28, 18G4. If To His Excellency, John N'. Goodwin, Governor II or Arizona Territory. ,1 concluded. ;I We followed Pinal creek down to its mouth, !and then proceeded dowu Salt river to camp "J which wo reached about sun down. Wo ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1864

r -m a- - a J . i a . t . S A MliNJbiii. "MMgnj anu it il the m aggravating that tuyioiDg aua toeing ai.u tno niiu.rs nnvo not ueeu snivellers are, as wo make no doutt Is the fact molested. From Big Bug Mr. Mooro brings a PRKSCOTT, WEDNLSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, isGi . 10 instance, men who havo taken no pains good report. Tho 'pincers still puy well, and to see tho country, and who aro as incompetent steps aro taking to work some ot tno lodes with "Tho Gold of that Laud is good." to speak of its. merits or demerits as nn infont arrastras. Operations will bo begun upon the I at tho breast. To bo appreciated Arizona must Sinaloa at once. T. A. HAND, Publisher. bo taken MS u whnlo. With rfnnairbrnhln dnsnrt Tn this onrnooHnn WO ninv Rnv that tho road I country, wo have tho nhninnfltf narinnltural and from Vort Yn run to tho mouth of tho Black Aoknts. William J. Oaborn. Tucson : Charles A. i..i . ... . , . . . L, . ...... i Phillips, La Paz A. M. Hunt Santa Fe: L. Dukes " umoor lanas, anu our...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1864

THE AllIZONA MINER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1864. L. Dukks, Esq., proprietor of tho Mohave express. 5a expected here in a few davB. Back numbers of the Miner are wanted. Persona having such will be liberally allowed for them if lclt at tbia ofllcc. Capt. John Moss, Robert Hartsbornc. Esq., and Mr. Hughes, arrived here on Friday evening last from Fort Mohave. Wfi hear that Jack Swilling, Esq., has discovered a very large and rich gold ledge about 10 miles cast of People's ranch. We are under obligations to Lieut. Curtis, Quar termaster at Fort Whipple, for favors extended to tbia office. It will be observed that wo now chargo two bits ('n1 paper,) for single copies of the Miner. Coraparod with anything cIhc sold in Prcscott it is yet very cheap. Judge Allvn, of the Second District, is in town, and will, it is said, hold the term of court directed by the Governor's proclamation to be opened hero on the 27th iustaut. Mr. A. G. Dunn baa a large stock of Pimo flour, also California flou...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 21 September 1864

v n-:i no m the top of the dividing ndgo between the iHttck Vi r :.n(j sjan Vru:- m. TJiu ia$t day Wo tnm Ki'ii about four nuiur. north, lopkiug for 'tt'tdu! c; phew tu gi down the mountain yhicb wvery bteep uud rough. The next day we 'traveled down a carton about G milei, having to qm wnjf thrown dense' underbrush, course S. IS S; The mwt day we travelled down the fcreak- (coming out of this cafton, which wo called TrOut creek.) about 1 Hies in a north-oast OOurse, when we left tin, sroek and continued duTinatfh oast down a divido unUlwu struck another amall stream, when we turned south east rtd travelled about 8 miles to another stream, a tributary of the Black river. YTo followed up this about 9 miles, course X. 25 E. Wo now turned S. S. K. and passed over another moun tain, the too or which was about 12 mile'3 from 'tliu point or turning la3t mentioned, and from its fcRtnmrt wo discovered tho vafley of tho San bVauoisco, in a direction X . 20 E. We campod upern the Summit, and t...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 5 October 1864

ONA Tisdale A, Hand, " The Gold of that Land is good." PUBLISHER". VOLUME I. PRESOOTT, AKIZOKA, WEDNESDAY 0CT0J3ER 5, 1864. NUMBER 14. A PTE wTTlVrTnR ' " 1 . - - , ' 1 mm a j A , . 1 " " 11 i.ii. '..'( '' ' "'i . . THE ARIZONA MINER. T. A. HAND, Publlhlicr. ' 6tJBSCIOllON s 5 Payable in advance, without (exception.. For one year . r or six montns - . - . For turps mouths -, - ., Single oopies - - . r.i. 5,00 '3,00 1,6Q . ,25 , . ADVERTISING A Bfiuare equal ten lines of this letter. One Fquare or less, one insertion, S2.00. Each'Hiibseauent insertion. 1.00, One square standing for three Months, 8G00. For six months, $10,00. For one vear $15,60 and atihe same rates for larger quantities ?IIE PIlE-HlSTOniC MAN OS1 ARIZONA. . . NUMBER TWO. Kditor or-Arizona Minkr. Sir: Hum- tiorut 10 ins unsacis uctorv reasonim: re ative to be uuity of the human bpecies, in vol. 1, of Cos- mio3, p. OGG, suysr thut ' languages a intellectual ;reauona oi, man, anu as cioseiy interwoven wnn ;he develdpmet...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 5 October 1864

THE VRIZOXV MINRR prksoott, The me.-, -aresac r1 il SW oft'that. Laud is fcooil.) A- if we of Urn gold-bearing states aro inadej ho psppcial sufferers, in consequenco of such Ippreoiation wp have less reason' for complaint, fpr wo have brought ourjisufferings' apon our own horfds. ' 'L'ho Coreou (iNovada) Independent, an nolo journal, makes tlitf following telling argument: Thero is scarcely an-urticle within the range f ' If' . . 1 1 . r ft t null m iit inn nnhrmn n ti r n i npnimnai w inn , Aorntb. William J. Oflborn. Tucson s Charles A . , , , c . r n i : V I ' Y"T nAV nillliimrLa Paz; A. M. Hunt, Santa Fe ; u. Dukes v. vu,..uimu iuuw wu.- w ,uio ireigui anil charges taxed lor ltB uenvery, limn ior goiu in cjan .rrancisco, inus suuuriug iv the importer and taxing tho consumer with the unprecedented rate of ono hundred and fifty per cent. the present differenctf between tho curren THE CURRENCY. We have watched with interest tho move- lifnrnift nnd Nnvada towards the HIQUM 4 1 V' 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. — 5 October 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1804. If you" want a lip-top cigar, go tb'WormBcr & Co 'a .! 1.. ttinrA 1 1 ' ' t Messhh. Bowers. Sutlers At Port "Whipple.' take, and havoconatantly taken, greenbacks nt 60 cents on the dollar. CiiAVTON Ralston, Esq., has lost his license, from the Supreme Court of the State of Illinois, us Attorney at Law. Any person finding the same will confer a favor by' leaving it at this office. Cojrt Exchange" Mr. A. Brichta has fitted up a neat Saloon in the new building next door to Gray & Oo.'ff Btore. Brichta is a good fellew, and his bar is xrapplied with the best wines, liquors, and cigars. Messrs. Bapnett & Barth have just received a large and well selected stock of wines, liquors, and cigars. Give them a call. They have a large stock of goods, and arc gentlemanly and obliging. The-Miller Brothers are pushing ahead the store of Mr. Hardy, of Hardy ville. It is to be upon Granite Street and will soon be ready for occupation. When suc...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 5 October 1864

... 1 . 1 tui . . )T 7f s.i a MiK l tj i J luftioc a iuKx on me. mnue ov ono ot Lmit J IL1J ,VJLW4jV J-X AUJ.lNr.lili. l ,'. , ' rr., "...1 i ho had nn apology to make, Tins r.nth,or sur- COIi. tOST0?S VIEWS. primd me, I considered him a great friend. tv- W . . i i 'xjir.r, up saui no voiou mo crew unci passengers at ev- TV t intfe further extiact from M- Boston a, o,y ,t on HvertbulhM n dmton. letter Trom vrizqnd ,to J. Ross Biownc lately !v omjttod to" vote the cabin boy. n youth of eight published fit tbq San Frolicked Bu'Ifo'tin, and years, and he hoped I Would forgive him. ' quoted from in our last. , V ! ' ' 1he Colonel visited the Big-Bug District, aud To wiM the regard of somo poop'e, give your i speaks-of tho mountain (rpm which the had to aaei&t them alcJng ; to gnin Xho-feapeclPof toti miners thereabouts enunciated their laws : The 'mountain from which theso laws were others, help thpm on wjth yonr toot. enunciati-d, was named by 'me, with the npproba- CHARLES BORGrEL...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 26 October 1864

mi Tisdale A. Hand, The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. VOLUME I. ' PEBSOOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26, 1864. NUMBER. 15. THE ARIZONA MINER. T. A. HAM), Ptil)iHhcr. - SUHSCilJJLVriOiV t Payable Jn advance, -iUioat exemption.- For one year. "... $g,oo Far nix montjbft - . 3,00 For three mauikj ......... l,Q BIngto eopio 1C ADv22n.Tis1.yc: i A Hanaro equals ten lines of' this letter. One" square or loss, one insertion, $2,00. Each subsequent insertion, 1,00, One square standing for three months, $G,00. For six months, 10.00. For one year $15,00 and at the same rates for larger quantities ISUAUSIIAW MIXING DISTRICT. Montezuma Citv, Sept 14,1804. At a mooting of tho miners of the Bradshaw Mining District, on Turkey Creek, in the Terri- Storyof Arizona, Mi Moore was called to the chair, aud Dr. G. M. Willing appointed becreta ry. Tho following proceedings wore then had : square, commencing at n monument in tho town ot Montezuma, on i urKey ureeK, wnicn suan do tho centro of t...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 26 October 1864

l fr it ,t P. k, AJx 1. i'ht Gold ':t '.and s'ck i T. A. IliVXD, Ftiblthei.. AKTi. Willism J. Oiborn, Tucson; Charlwi A. PbUHps, Ln Pws ; A. M. Hunt, Santa Fo ; L. DuXe A Co., Ft. Afouarc ; William 11. Tobey, San Francisco r. (ill ..i.i h tti tli f i hi natioti of tilt vt J i itoi it. Mj.i Ilit'SaHgO U rt1 win autl THE 1II2S11EY. Before the issuo of unotlior number of the Miner the presidential election will hare oc curred. At this remotp point but little iaJmow,u. of the contort as waged in the States, but even tliero the campaign is said to bo attended with loss oxci tern ont than usual. Now that ' Colonel i?remont has recovorod hid. sbosojj and retired 'from a field where ho stood no po33iblo chance of winning either honor or success, tho struggle is ndrrdwed to two candidates Abraham Lincoln .ajid George B. McClellan. "We believe both to be good aud tiue. meiund that the triumph of either will be a triumph of patriotism.. Wo are not of tboso who question the loyalty or thcnbil H...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 26 October 1864

fi TfJHi ARIZONA MINER. VUDNB3BAY, OOTOIJEIt 20, 18G4. Barrett & IUnTit aro agents for Qrjint'a Express ito LaTas anu mu. jjernarumo. iiicy nave- lato tall fornfo papers . ... ' . - f i ' k i ' t MfesSRSk 'Bo'wEits, sutlers at Port Whipple, have re moved into their new store the old commissary buirdiug and offer a large assortment of goods at fuif prices, f ;. - ' ( ; II at and other feed may now ho had at the corral o'f Rountree t Alsop, djacent to' their saloon, Persons visiting Prcscott will find it a good place to bait their Miimals. A young girl belonging 'to -one of the families lately arrived from Texas, died at their camp near the Fort a few days since, and was buried in the Prescott cemetery. Van C. Smith has returned from Zuni where he went '"with Mr. Jfobneon, Mr. Do ling and Mr Bhigham, for stolen horses. Unfortunately the animals were re-stolen from him on the Little Colorado. ' ' A Company of cavalry Ja on the road from Port wmgate to Fort Whipple, also a large sup...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 26 October 1864

THE AUIA)NA MIME11. for which tho designated for thw iiBtnct ntntiDg the object id'PMiikih called, ntid tin place ! holding tho same. WOOZjSUV MINING IMSTKICT, 21. The above by-laws to remain in forco un At o mooting of tho quartz minus of Big Bug til ropoftlnd or altered by a two-third vote at a nncl vicinity, held ou Friday, September 30, John regular meeting or quartz miuers of this district, Roberts, Esq., was called to tho chair and James called for tlmt purpose. 0. Robertson elected Secretary. A new raining 22. These laws shall bo in forco Irom and af- Hstrict was formed, and tho following by-laws tor their passage and adoption wore adopted : Section 1. This district shall be known as the Woolsey Quart, Mining District, and shall bo bounded ns follows, to-wit: Commencing on the Anna. Frio at tho north-east corner of the Turkey Creek Quartz Mining District, thenco fol lowinir said boundary on tho northern side to tho high point of rocks at tho head of Lynx, Big Bug, Turkey and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
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