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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 20 August 1870

jgvciKott gjritocvtfocmcntj , Duration of Late European Wars. 'in tlio Crimean war of 1833 C, Turkey de clared war against Husala October 5th, I53. Huirt declared war ajrtiuist Turkey Novem ber 1st. France and KdrIhihI declared war atrainst Kussia March 27:h and Sih, lSol. The battle of Alina was fought. SOi..rtnbcr 20th; battlo of llulaeklava, October liitti; battle of Inkerman, November 5th. Sardinia Joined tlio allies January 2Gth, ISo.j. 1 he MalakolT wa taken by the rrcncii Septem ber 8th. Sweden Joined the allies November -HTTmiuTioSiihtics were suspended rebru nry 29th, 1S5G. The wars between tho Western Powers and ltusiia latted two years lackiny ono month. Tho Italian war of 1850 was begun by tho rejection of the Austrian ultimatum by Sar dinia April 2Gth. The Austrlans crossed the Ticino April 27th. Tlio French entered Ge noa Mav 3d. The battlo of Montebcllo was fought May 20th ; battlo of Magenta. May 30th and Slstj ami the balths of Solferino June 24th. Tho peace of Vill...

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. — 27 August 1870

I THE WEEKLY ARIZONA NER. naacorr, amzoxa,. Saturday moiwixg.Iuuust 21, m r t VOLUME VII, NUMBER 35 :- MI THE ARIZONA MHsTEK. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT- PHEjSCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AM.OXA. OncCopy.""0- 57 00 i Six Month 00 Three Month 2 50 felnzlo Copies, 25 Pipers will not ho sent wiiuvmi paid for In nil- tince, snd will invariably bo discontinued nt the tnd'oftl"! time paid for. One sonarc. one time, .T; each nddltlonal lime. l-rA Kach additional square, same rate A liberal discount will lie made to persons con linn ii!.' the samo advertisement for three, six, or ,wtlverootitbs. Profeloiial or business card Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job Printing. The Mixr.n office U wU supplied with Presses, Plain, Fancv ami Ornamental Typr. and the pro prietor U determined to cjcccutw all work with Hhlch he may bo favored In the neatest and best style of the art. Work may be ordered from any ivirt of the f...nrv an,!, wben accomiKinlcd with tho cash, U will I promptly executed and...

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. — 27 August 1870

Jw mux. Xrefoott, -A-vlisoim M'orrltory. SATURDAY MOUSING AUGUST 27, 1S70. Single citt of Ui Mixta can b purchased at the IWuffice. What Our Farmers Have Ground. Put in the Wo bavo taken pains to collect Irom the books of the County Assessor, from personal Inquiry of farmer?, and from such other sour ces as were at our command, tho following Items concerning the ground under cultiva tion, number of vines, fruit trees, etc, in Yav apai county, at this time, and the different crops now growing. It will be seen that we have quite an agricultural population, and we have a laudable prido in showing these evi dences of progress. "With every successive year, this element of prosperity is sure to in crease and become more permanent. Thou sands of acres in our fertilo valleys arc yet unclaimed, which will aflbrd a bountiful re turn to the industry of tb'o husbandman. Every additional acre brought under cultiva tion is an additional guarantee of our event ual success as a people, and an addit...

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. — 27 August 1870

Local IiitolliBciicc. I'nERCnrr. August 27, 1870. MINING INTELLIGENCE. i.nr mining Hem ore full of encouragement to worker and owner In both quart mid placer ,, Wo bavo these nddltlonnl concerning the D ira.cn, the new mine we mentioned last week! "I. discovered J1y 4tl.. by JaeVsort . a.i,lm. tskm. nn In romtKinr. I HHc and Ja. Flnc-on the north cxtciulon, j M Marlon, outb extension, Orlirilii and olh .' 'on the original claim tho vein wn opened It intervals fur 400 feet. MrCrackln A Co., built iwoarft'inw, nnd went to work. They wt-ro nn lUe to work constantly on account Of the hoary n, which fell almost daily, but by August 12, Lvrlnd ground six nnd one half ton of rock, "b. u d. ding pmvWoiu, tools, etc., tbey cleaned nn and ram- to town, brining with them 1,WVI, 04 tbe result of their labor. After their arrlrnl here Mr Ilotrte sold hi Interest In the mine to Aekson .t Bro., for ilXXJ- c4h-uiaklng for a month's rbor, l,0-prctty good (or these 'hard tlm i' McC'rackln & Co nur...

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. — 27 August 1870

NEW NATURALIZATION LAWS. Full Text cf the Act Following is the text of the Act " to amend the Naturalization Iaws, to punish crimes against tho Kiino, auditor other purpose 1 as passed by both Houses of Congress : Be it enacted by thcSmate and House of llep-rwsi.ctvi- C.iV. I S'& America in Orijwj (ukmIjM, That in all cases where any oath, aflirtntition, or affidavit shall be made or taken under or by virtue of any act or law relating to the naturalization of alien., or in any proceedings under snch acts or laws, and any person or persons taking or making sucb.oath, affirmation, or attldavit, shall know ingly affirm or swear falsely, tho satno shall bo deemed and taken to be perjury, and the person or persons guilty thereof shall, upon conviction thcreol, be sentenced to impris onment for a term not exceeding five years and not less than one year, and to a fine not cxcccdinu S 1.000. Section 2. And be it further enacletl, That if any person applying to bo admitted a citizen, or ...

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. — 3 September 1870

TEE WEEKLY is, ARIZONA MINER. 1 '4 YOLUMK VII. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOIUUSO. MSCO'IT, AHIXOSA, SATUilDAY MORNING, IkiTOIBER 3, 17(1 NUMBER 3G, 1 AT- ritESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SXTJJSOUIITIOX: One Copy, 0. Vear... $700 it Six Month iiw ii Thrco Months, 2 50 Single Copies, 2f !'ai)cr will not bf sent unless paid for In nd- ncc, mid will xnrariaVy lc discontinued nt the end uftlietlioo paid for. m 9 m - i - - One sniure. one lime, M.00; each additional tlra'l.W. Kicli additional square, same rnte. K liberal iliKoanl will te made to persons con tolas the name advertisement for three, fix, or twehe'rooutlia. Profusion! or business card Inserted upon rcaionible term. Job 3?i'iitiiittr. Tub Mien office M welt supplied with Presses, Mtn, i'ancy and Ornamental Type, nnd the pro i.rirlor U determined to execute all work with Ithlrli lie may btf favored In theticatest and bo.it Mjle otitic art. Work may Iks ordered from any part of the Trrritorr, and, when accom...

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. — 3 September 1870

I'niHoott, Arlvsotiu Torrltory. SATURDAY MOHNING. SKPTEMBEIt 3. 1870. Slagte eor of tbe UlKE ran be parchaMd at the NOTICE. OrneEor-niR Aoa Uixim. t . prumxht, A?t se, 1S78. 5 7b tkt Ptmu , Jf r , HarteC cl4 to tVe a trir thfrort the Hrutern 1 lkuUi-u" lorthm of tbe Territory. 1 hereby fl.t aB.l cmptmar U. It. Weaver awl II. V. Week, to wOee alt debit doe me, and receipt all Mane ft that may be paid tkeL J. . MARION. Change of Managers. From Southern Arizona. As may be seen by a notice in another col umn, J. II. Marion, Ktiilor and Proprietor of thcMtNF,it,bas gone on bis travel, exporting 4o.be absent some five or ix weeks, and ' "while hi) bos pot bis financial aflairs into the 'bands of Messrs. Wells . & "Woavor, bo bos ttirnbd the sanctum and editorial chair, with the peculiar privilege?, perplexities and per quisites connected thorcwith, over to a cer tain Federal official, whom he expect., with such aid as he may receive from other pub. funcs., to provide the usual amount ...

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. — 3 September 1870

(MaBMMMMaBB ana m maaaOtmumnm sbsb Local JlCllitfCco. 1'niacoTT, September 3, 1870. Salt Itivcr Ditch Company. One of thu locators of the SaU River Ditch bompany communicates tnc toiioiviiig account o ti.o lrhi frr.m I'rcscoil 10 riiumiT ami ikick : Messrs. Oil. Jncfcson, A. H. Smith, J. V. Knott snd N. L. Orillln left Prcscott August lfith, mid had a pW1'-' "'' or nl",al 1M mm 10 '' " -i. nn Snk lttver. Mr. Swllllns received the party hospitably nnd loaned them a light wotjon In nl.icc of tlieir nenvy one i cuiiiuiiio incir jour hcv In. Crossing tho river tho twrty went up the south-east lank to n point favorable for their pur Ikhc about five mile nbovo iho McDowell cross In- where they located the bond of ml Irrlgatln nail or ditch, claiming a largo body of walcr, nnd ihc rl"lit of way for tho ditch. After taking t'ew of tlit land which they propose to Irrigate, Ihc party returned to the Hunch of Mr. Swilling, rested a little and thou vlsltei' some of their old friend from Prcscot...

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. — 3 September 1870

A Curious Fact. One of tlio grcAt natural phenomena of the bco-hivc is the massacrcinc of tlio drones. It win at one timo nsertcd that the worker hues did not uc thuirtinir apiinsttlie sting less males, hut merely pus.hed them out to die. -.This idea, however resulted from the massacre being always committed at the bot tom of the hive, whither the poor drones re turn in chutiiM in Julv nnd August, as if aware of the doom impending over them. As usual, by one of his ingenious expedients, Alipor UICOVCre(l UlU irutll. OlA en anus wore nut on class tables, beneath which the watchers placed themselves. He says: "This contrivance succeeded to admiration. On the 4th of July, wc saw tho workers actually massacre the males, in tho whole six swarms, at the same hour, and with the tamo pecu liarities. The class table was covered with bees full of animation, which flew upon the drones as they came from the bottom of the hive ; seized them by the antenna?, tho limbs, nnd the wings, and after ha...

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. — 10 September 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. YOLHIE YU. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PKF.3COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. One Copy, Ono Year $7 00 Sl.t Months 4 00 " Three Months, 2 SO Single Conki 25 ptwrs will not be sent unless paid for In nd tint. aTid trill utrarinbly bo discontinued at tllC tad of the thno pmcl lor. On" square, ono time, f.1.00; ench additional t'nr, 11 V). Kncli additional square, satno rata. A ml discount wtll be made to perron con t'.n nn the same advertisement for three, six, or ti ive months. rrofn5ion.il or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. .Tub I? i- i n t i 11 fx . TUB Mi.her ofne Is w ell supplied with Presses. Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Tyic. and the pro prietor U determined to execute .ill work with nil li lire may 1ms favored In the neatest and best s'rle of the art. STork may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, U ria be promptly executed and scut by mall, or ti directed. P rorj sending ...

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 September 1870

if 1 t s a- gfkcv. VhcoU, .Art 7.01m Territory. SATUIIDAY MORNING. SEl'TK.MHKU 10 1S70. Single copies of the 2ttM-.lt cua be purchased at th PostOlflCC. The Bloody iloll Continued. In tlio Min'p.r of Juno 22d, a Hit was pub lished or tho names of Ariitonians killed by Indian In this county, from its settlement up to December 31, 1G0, and in Pima county to September 1, 1SGC". Tho Arizonan having latelv brousht tho list of Pima county for ward to July, we give tho same with addi tions furnished by our Tucson correspondent up to August 13, and add tho record of simi lar incidents in this county to September 1. The names of these martys should bo care fully preserved and mmcmbcred. Their blood cries out to us from the ground on every side; their graves and monuments appeal to us on nearly every tnilo of every road anil trail in tho Territory, a constant admonition to all , travelers to bo on their guard, for tho end of these thing3 Is not yet come: riM.v COUNTY. September 7, Indians mad...

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 September 1870

She "ipiW. Local Intelligence. I'iiimcott, September 10, 1870. this 1SJ3W jMiivjss. GRAT EXCITEMENT. Return of Proipectorn from Bradahaw. New Discoveries of Extraordinary Rich Oold Minco. The "Del Pasco" Better than Ever. Immi dtntHy on the return of McCmckln A Co. from llradshaw mountain, two week since, with H900 wlii' Ii they hail taken out of the Del I'm. pi lode, as stated In the Mi.nkii of August 20, quite t number of our citizen starlet! for that locnllty. Ten of them returned Jmaday l.ut with reports of tuc country and ncwdUcovetk- which created considerable ctjSJicuient lrf rrOsjrptl.anrt bnuicd ,undrv and divers persons to pet out ol town, mill tlicir little traps before sundown, hound lor the llradshaw mountain F. O. Christie, one of our oldest Hoiioer, was on of tlio.it! who came lu on Tuesday, and fnrnlsliotl us with tho follow- Inj Items: ..'".' 4 Th. sr. Hon I j which thfttc lately discovered mines or lodes arc located, Is belt or talcosc fine about one hair mile In 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 September 1870

w 4 n m urn ft ' '4 ill i .hi .-WW - v Cling to Those who Cliilg to You. 'flictc iirS many friends of Biiintncr, ' Who arc ktnd whtle flowers liloom; But when winter chills the blossoms, Thoy deinrt with the perfume. On the broad highway of action. Krlondi of worth nre far and Tew ; So when one lias proved his frlrwwlilP, Cling to him who clings to you. I)o not harshly Judpo your neighbor, Do not deem hi life untrue, If he make no profit pretcuslon Deeds are groat though words arc few. Those who stand atnld tho tempest, Firm a when tho eklcs arc blue, Will ho friends while life endnreth, Cllnj; to those who cling to you. When you sec a worthy brother Uuuetlng tho stormy main, Lend a helping hand fraternal, Till ho reach tho shore again. Don't dcscri the old and tried friend, When misfortunes come in view, For ho needs friendship' comforts; Cling to ihosc who cling to you. Lynx Creek Mines. Tho San Francisco Scientific Press, lately of gave us favorable mention, thus: About nine mile...

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 September 1870

-- - "yiw--''w'l-t'iw'gt' THE WEEKLY MINER. it i 1MIESC0TT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNrXG, SKPTKMIiEH IT, 1X70." YOLrME vir. NUmKIl 38. llK8 ARIZONA THE AIUZONAjriNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, - AT- pnMCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. HUIlROItlirMON-: r)nCopr.OnpYcnr '. SJOO i Pit Month 4 00 i. Three Month 2 50 'C'" Cop''" ' ' 25 Vtvcn "HI tint he a""1 "n'c P''1 for ,n "' T n r, and will inrtriahly be discontinued (it tlie fBlnMlK' thueptdd for. Ooe emmf. one time. :.00 each additional Km, It V Each additional square, tame rntc. iiVrsl discount will be made to persons con i,T3'r. tin tne advcrtltcmcnt for tlirrc, tlx, or tw t niuntlu, rrofW'lonal or business cards Inserted upon rrioniMc terms. Job Trintiiifr. Tnr. Mttrn office Is well supplied with "Presses. V'i'n, rn. v and Ornamental Type, and the pro t'.e'or ii determined to execute all -work with ' h f"" tniv h Uvorod lu the ncitcat and best ttlc pflueart. Wji mar be ordered from any part of the T rrlurr and. when accompanied...

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 September 1870

? aM-woott, A-rlysoim 'IVi'Htot'V. eS.U'Him.VY MOUSiyt;.SBl'TEHKK 17 in7.i Ktnjrlo coplrt of tli MlXhlt can be i-urclawd lit the PtHtortloe. GROWLERS. Wo do not mean the quadruped canine growlers, they have a right to growl. For docs not tho great Dr. Watts say, " Lot d delight to hark and bite, for God hath made them so." But we mean the bied growler ; tho growlers of the gams hwno. Every community is mure or less Infested with them, but they abound, perhaps, in greater proportion in new settlement, where many persons arrive who, unfortunately, u THE WAR IN EUROPE. Terrible Defeat of the French. Ganernl MoMahon Daad. Tho Emperor Napoleon a Prisoner. Tho French Army Surrendered. . Franco Declared n RgpubUc. Tho Republic Recognized by the U. S. Wo clip the following from the Los Angeles Daily papers, and Iiavo only room to give the main items of the disastrous defeat of the Frenrli. Berlin, Sopt. 2. A scries of battles oc curred on the 30ih and 31st near Sedan, in which McMahnns forc...

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 September 1870

DASTAEDLY, OUTRAGE. ; . Tho Indin'm. 3(U'cvtijscmcnt-i. Local --Intelligence.' I'ltKHCOTT. fTojItPmbcr 17, 1S70. To our Merchants. In the column beaded "new nilverllVriHrnln, " will be found ft cinl from Hooper, Wliltlritr it O. of Arizona City. Those Arizona trader" who have already had leilliiir with II., V. A Co. need nn ur.Hitf " cotitlnnc their hmtneM connection. To ollicrs wc enn confidently say tlint the firm In cjinposul of four jnunj: men of nn nctlvc, enter prisms, encrsetlc Imslnc talent nnd hnblln m fin I found this side of 8.111 Francisco. All of tliem were connected with tho old llnn (. K. Hooper A: Co. nnd Hooper Hlnton A Co. They jsnotv tin rlass of kooiU needed hy ArUont mer chants, ami Intend, hy Ijceplni: n full, freh nqt mont constantly on hand, to he nhtc witlsfncldrllr to fill all orders from the hiisliiera mcnof-Arl tona. From personal nrrjiiainlnticc with thbse' tucmliers ofthe firm condnctlnir the home at AI-ton- City, we can unhesitatingly endorse llielr Ut...

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 September 1870

CV (7- C3o INTRODUCTIONS. Never introduce people to each other un less you arc sure tho acquaintance so com incncetl will bo mutually agreeable. A person who, from youth, social position, or any other caue, stand in the inferior no sition or the two persons to be introduced to rli nilmr iiiimt liu introduced to the super ior. A gentleman is always to be '"'roducpl lo a inuv, never w; n" , , , At a ball, it is the part of the host and hootctt to make introductions amongst the guests; but guests may, with perfect propri ety, introduce friends to each other. Gentle men must never introduce friends to ladies, without first obtaining special permission to do so, and this permtsion should be always for in-anted that the hostos has invited to her ball onlv such people ns are fit to be mu tually acouninted. nnd the fact that they havo been invited to meet each other, is a sufficient warrant for self introduction. This practice saves a threat deal of trouble, but it applies only to balls in ...

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 September 1870

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. volitmh vn. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING rRESCOTT, YAVAI'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA HUUsofinrrroN-: One Copy, One Year,. $7 00 4i Six Months 4 00 Threo Months 2 GO C1..1 fnnles 25 Viixr will not be sent unless paid for In ml-nnd- mJ will inrariaily be discontinued at the mi ofthetlme paid for. (for ire, one 'I"10' W-00; wch niIilltlnD.il time, II W. Eh additional square, name mtc. AHVral dlrotint will lie nude to persons con tintilns the same, advertisement for three, six, or tr re month. Professional or butlucss cards Intcrtcd upon rcitotuble terms. Job T i' i n i; i 1 1 pf - Tnr. Miser ofllec Is well supplied with Presses. Viln, Fnncy and Ornamental Tjpe. and the pro frif'or I determined to execute All work with vl. (i he may be favored In the neatest and best t)k of the art. Work m.iy lie ordered from any part of the Trr-ttnry, and, when accompanied with the cah, It ill bo promptly executed and sent by mall, or ii directed, Persons lending...

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 September 1870

JProfwolt, A-rlvjonu 'IVrrltoi'V. SATimtUY MO.tN'ISO.SKPTKMnKt 21 17 i ..peculators ill bread stnlf. or in food for mnu, nml their interests, vcrv prominent, a umiM he itidetit tunny one who nlmuM tisit ally of thf "Corn Uxrliitiiiii's" of Chicago. St. I.mi nr New i nrk, or who ke ps nitcd in icgar i to thu "bread question. It iia come to in si t u, by nil interested panic nt lt-si-t, tlmt Hlnitlr eoptt.1 of tli MiMJH 'an 1 r,ir' Gold and Greenbacks. San Francisco, Sept. 1G. Gold in New York, 1.14. Legal Tenders, in San Francis co, buying, SS4 ; scllinjr, Si). THE APPHOACHING ELECTION. Our election is to be lielil Tue-dny Nov. 8th, and it is none too won to consider ,ne Mibjcot, mul determine wlmt we o( YuvaKii County will do. .. The last Legislative Assembly met at :Tucson, on the 10th day of Novemtwr 1808. Three members of thu council ami six as scmblymtn were olecteil from Yavapii, one only of each bouso at tended thu session. Two from Yuma, and one from M ihavi', who were clecto...

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 September 1870

Local .liilclliffciicc. I'nEsruTr. S,f,T't,'r 2 '8"n MINING INTELLIGENCE. e T Uo.ljf", Atre.it of the Mir Hiik Mill Co, rrnorta Ui ,,l,t M iff r. Mill Pr toil or or.-, tl.nit nny prcvlou. 1 nn riiL'i-tili rock. Alo that witter l aml.i 'ntd It M Hporicl Hint the mill Will Imit tn stlt down for vrsif of fluid. . .. I - t tn .i t.vtir (Vpi-k. Iwt Horn crila't. Thi' r.urcr.w mi" - - In ore from H' Tie Tie, with fiivomblu remits IVatir l rrry -rc there nt, and llm mill hi Wen running on'y iwrUii hour In ttie day lor the twtitk They arc runnlntrn iK-tbroekcui ncro llf ertik almve I'"" bopititr 10 wuru n jwr- mwrnl nt.ly of water thereby, C V Slielion ground 3iOOIh. ol Vurnrin ore, In An ara-lr... I t wtrk. mid took out $100 ns tint product Not a i;ood it yield n prctlonaly jrlven tr Vernon ore, hut l rite a w.w ec peeled, ,.(. Jf, wt. wken out h contract, and much H wad i k w.tl mlted with thrfore. M.tiU' II. tyiw M,,o has lately taken to ptacfr miu of o ,'"x Creek, wni In lul dnodjo- and...

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