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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 July 1868

ARI MINER. ZONA ..Vv VOL. "V. She gmsflun jKtuut, t BUSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNINO, AT. Prejcott, Yavapai County, Arizona. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Lt rnrf. one 7"1". 0no r"pyi lx months, MAX). One copy, three months, (3M, Single Copies, 25 ccnU each. ADVERTISING RATES: Hi!f square, one time, ,18.00; each additional t one time, J3.00; each addition! ii additional blf tqaare and square, same rte i 'rcrtWements measuring orer one-half rquarc , , o'iriti-! and charged one square. ' ! d!coatit wttt be cMde to persons cen-- rg same advertisement fir three, six, or tr v r""tl. Pr ' or business erd lnerled upon r li'n' Will. I'ahliibers and 1'roprietors. YAVApyii coDrrrv diiujctorv. t . .r.i.c Wy. F. Tf njrER. IV aJMff IIUHKUI! UROOKS, 1 t A.my Wx. J. licaicr. . A. J. Mooar. lU-rmi"T Jons It. llniAX, vi T-rr WKUU Gear, I ml 4 v. WRUA ix. TnH8 OF COBHTS, r.;, . r-irt-Kk.t MooUjr k Wr, a4 TMnl Mwb - 1. if - ' -rt Hft )m4jt la JtMary, AjirH. Juljr iw)Aiu or SfPBnVISOIlS : '. iwi C mri:. JAh (i....

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 July 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. II. MAltlO.V r.i A New Enterprise in Nevada. The San lVancisco.jfjtoViti of the Kith, sap: A Company hns lteep organized in thcStateof Nevada, with headquarter lit AiUtin, under the name of the Humboldt and Colorado Itttil rond Company, which proposes to cunHnict n railway through tho eastern and southeastern : portion of the State, lying between Gravelly Ford on the Humbolt river, ,and Caltvillc, the j bend of navigation on the Colorndo. The Cffmpahy llxos it capital stock at Sl.600,000, I and its ofhYon arc thus named: President, Un. Wines; Treasurer, John A. l'axton; Sec Nkw Staii;. Tho I Angeles (California! Ntv of a recent date advances the following smtxith argument in favor of a dhUhm of its State: " The proposition to divide the State of California is growing in favor every day, anil it is now- mil v a que-dion of time wliwi the division will bo accomplished. It i pro0Sud 'to divide on the southern line of Monterey ami Fniio countie, and thi...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 4 July 1868

-"O VT '!' W M :i"INf?, JULY 1, lftSR. LOCAL NEWS. Ili uiiA Li.uorrnrc building nn addition to r j c o-k"a dwelling, on the west aide of Grun ts in"- L . s 1'iiytAtiTzMoc.VTAtxSvwMtu During ! . . k we noticed several ox-luams pasing , ion with some very big logs for , Tin1 mill is now running regularly. und we , rsund lli it several orders from Wlckeiiburg other pluces for lumber have been received. h " W.sr.ur GmnK. A Mexican iaok-traln t I in town Wednesday last from Walnut i,r ve, m this county, with barley for T. W. I, idki. The train was loaded up on the same .j) at the store of Wormser A;Co., with good" f far.uers. and (started back again, t at Wiiiutov 14th U.S. Infantry, who has been Rationed ftl Camp Linsoln, on the I, is now nt Fort Whipple, l'rescott. a an '.pporttiuity to go to California. The y . a Ii.n bi eu ordered to Washington, D. C. m the stair of General Hancock. ri TtH Co!. 15. 1). linker drives the fast , II. luoklng span of grays we have over ,u li. Territory, ...

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

San Kkancisco Aonv r Mr. Thomas lloycc r the only authorized agent for the MtNEit In Sun Francisco. Order left nt his office, New Mer chant's Exchange Ilulldlng, room No. J!0, Califor nia street, will br promptly attended to. Extravjioanck in Mkn. There are lots of young men with wbom the spending of money is a positive disease. Tlicy constantly dem onstrate the truth of the familiar proverb. There ii a sort of fatal profusion in their hab its. Women arc accused very unfairly of be ing very extravagant. As a rule men are far more so; and tlio account against them is principally due to those who fritter every thing they gnin or fell in numberless and nameless "trliles. A woman has a natural titlo to being well clad to being, indeed, clad so as to mafco tho most of her appearance. She has a sense for jewelry. T odeny her orna ments is to stille a genuine and reasonable in stinct. But a man who parts with a consid . trablo portion of his income in order to coin ply with every freak of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 July 1868

ARIZON A ; 'MINER. VOL. V. 3?3iIi:SCOrX,rr, SATTIEDAY, JULY 11. 1S6S. TVO. 28. Published Uvurj- Sal unlay. AT. Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 00 Olio copy, nix months, Single Copies, 23 ccnU each Ons copy, one year, f H.uu. une copy, three months, $2.00, ADVERTISING RATES: U v!f square, ono time, $2.00; each nddltlonal C fits) iKe square, ono time, J3.00; oach additional t r 1 '' lnj additional half square and square, same i rMcnicnt measuring over ono-half squaro . . .-.nt d and charged one square. V ' ril discount will bo made to parson eon. i thf same ndvertlsctnont lor three, six, or t',1 Vi I!) !ltt)S. IV -.M'.-nl or bntlncM cards Inserted upon r - iri IV icriilf. B-7".V -al Ttnitfr Xotet taken at par in payment Trrm, I ii vii rl n lily In nilvunce. miS H. M RION, HEN.J. H. WEAVER, ruWi.-hm and Proprietor. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. Wm. r. Tuiixr.it IIi:zr,KUil lluooKit, Wm. J. iiRriKr, A. J. Mooiir. ....Jnnr; H. human, Wiujam Cour, ...K. w. Wells, Jil...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 July 1868

1 ! I 1 js Qoopg y THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. aaST-A. ux.ihii.igx ieoi-. J. It. MAIHON. SATUHDAY MORNING, JULY 11. 1668. Fourth of July in Prcscott. It wore useless for us to undertake to paint with words a true and correct picture of tho patriotic and happy mannerin which the citi zens of Prcscott and surrounding country cele brated, the 02d Anniversary of American In dependence. "We will, however, try to give an outline of matters as tliey appeared to us. Everything went oft agreeable to promise, except one thipg, the military, owing to the fact that the Citizens' Committee, forgot to extend to them a formal invitation, did not take part in the proceeding of the day, in town, which was and is regretted by civilians and soldiers. It was tho wish of all that Na tional salutes should have been lired in town, and tho flag of our country carried througb our streets by the soldiers of the Republic The day was fine, and the town was alive with people from Wickonburg, La Paz, "Wal nut...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 July 1868

V t fl It ft ftl ) IM ' 41 V .V -VTI-KHAV MORNING, JL'LVll, 18IM. LOCAL NEWS. pi t. Tbe Elyslun Dancing Club gave a hall t , ij.j,T im the vvciilng of the tlilrtl, both of S b, the Kipper and the dance, wo have heurd very highly. The tnemliera of this club , , n fin'- hall, find their nodal hopH arc con- ., lin ft proper and gay manner. The club i,f tin Institutions of this place, ami we t' i a jJ'J,l(l onu- Success to it. ijii'K Ranch.'' On tho livening of the Jr . a large number of ladle and gentlemen ,. u' ''f-1 in Elysian Hall nnd "tripped the f-ntaslie " until lwlf-pnst eleven, when they tl jll ' d for their homos, wearied with two i.'A dancing, nnd retired to slumber. Our ,1 ar" " some on danalng," and wo venture to j,-t ; :hat t'eir eye-lids closed mkiii after rtitlr t Xi brd suturday night. i. . ir,.?l.pr " Pelican." Joe I.cnnon, came up if j ', - ranli on the Hlo Verde to celebrate the Joseph wan in good health and spirit. . 1 talked of feeing the Mhvtoippi soon. Ills r , r...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 11 July 1868

, (rJl VI rt It fffvl 1 M iM' -Ti I I U il U IV I U i I San KK.Nciro Arsrr.--Mr. TIioiiim Itoveo Ik the wi' atuhorlwd fur lh Mimhi in sn FmMelwe. Order lea" at his iilllre. New Mcr- hant'. Bxalnuie Untitling, rwmi No. 80,. Califor nia street, will be promptly attended to Tho Common Lot. Once In the flight of apes pat, There lived a man and who was he ? Mortal, where 'cf thy lot U oust, That man resembled thee. Unknown the recton of his Mrth ; The laud In which he died unknown ; Ills name tan perished from the earth ; Thl truth survives alone : That Joy, and bopc, and tlef, and few, Alternate triumphed In 111 brwt: HI bll? and woe a smile, a tear! Oblivion hides tho rost. Tlic bomidlng puis c the lanpuld limb, The changing plrlts rlso and fall We know that these were felt by him, Per they ire felt by all. Ho suffered, but his panes 'er 5 Eujoved but his delights arc fled; Had frfends his friends ore now no more; And feca his foes are dead. Tie loved but whom he loved the mri! flatb l...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 18 July 1868

VOL. "V 3?HECOTT, SAXTJraX.A.Y, -T 8 ILY IS. 18G8. TST0. SO- I'ubliMhoiI 3Cymy Huturduy, At Prcscott, Yavapai County, Arizona. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . , , oiji. rar, $7.00 One copy, six months. ti o One copy, throe months, (HM. liV'Io Copies, lift cents eaeh. ADVERTISING RATES: nr, one Urn. $2.00: well additional c.iinrc, one time, M.00; eseh atldltlomil j u additional )Mir square ami sTirs, Mine ; . ri-''in'nt measuring ovw one-half square iiniti J mid charged one square, l -. ount will be made to persons con- u Hi. raim- advorUaertwwt for three, sir, or bu!uSM card Inserted upon t r 7V A'ais H(Un nf r n pnymrnt , , u.ltertHing andjiA work. Tcrini, In vurlulily In iuli mice, iN -I " N. IIKXJ. H. WEAVItK, I' 1 li-lur and Proprietor. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. ... W. r. TrUM IlmtKUM IIBOOKS. WU. J. BCKST, A. J. UOOBS. .. .Simf it. hman, WtlXlA cot, ...It W. WliU, Ja. 1. !,!. I r. v.ir r ' ! i.i t (,'oiiH,. TKKMS Or COt'KTSi .rt-Kl Maaday la Maf. aad TWnl Hon .rt-Klnrt ilamUji ta Urnm...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 18 July 1868

t? JS QOODg Jj THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. J. 11. MAIUON Kwtoiu PBESCOTT: SATURDAY MOKNIN'G, JULY 18. ISto Tiitt locomotive lins crossed tho Sierra Ne vada. The States of California and Novadi. arc now united with bands of irou, and it will not be long until tho Missouri am'. Sac ramento will bo connected together. Surely the age in which we live is a progressive one. Gheer up Arizonians ! Tho poop'.o who were bold and porsevcring enough 'o build u rail road across the Nevada and Rocky ranges of mountains, and over the great plains, will not falter to build another line over tho per fectly easy 3ath parallel route, from tho Mis fouri to the Colorado, thenco to tho termi nus of tho great Union road. Trade and com merce demand another route, and tho spirit of the age is equal to tho task of building it. Tho teeming cities of the East demand it, in in order that they may be enabled to cost off in a manner, their surplus population, who now toil, beg, and suffer for bread in u land 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. — 18 July 1868

nzmn Mhux. 'ATt'HDAY MORNING, .ll'LV 18, lfiGfl. LOCAL NEWS. i.iif to Four Mi.sKitv.- Tlil' h what, wo sup. , Judjru ICoward Mild, when lie, the other ,v abandoned hi.t ctistlu, spiked its guns, and r .t,, it. d to town, uonr old I-ort Misery I dos I ., 1 abandoned, und nltnoit cvcd In, oh yon , ,v me. yonr grim walls will still stand upright, t vi'inind the ancient citizens of this now bonu- a town, that ere baw-mills, brick-kilns and , h were ever dreamed of here, you reared T .r head proudly nbovo nil other buildings In t and were "monarch of all you surveyed." ' i nor thus, on this sphere or ours, old houses , mh'.e, old peoplo paiw onward to the world I M the tomb, strange faces meet us, and .utfM that was remains as it was. Time, Death 1 Ueisy combine to rob us of precious ob- s.idne-9 takes possession of our sonls, and ,. i:nes long to join the Innumerable cura- aa nnu travel 10 wo regions or the bloat i puty steps in, necessity anil ambition toad . waid in tho hunt for wenlt...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 18 July 1868

5 SSL? Saj Kwancisco Aoem r. Mr. Timtnna Rojee t the only anthurlzed ugciit for the Minimi in Jan Francbn-o. Order left at hU oilier, New Mer chant' Exchange Rnlldlnff, room No. SMI, Califor nia ttreaj, ulll lc promptly atwudvd to. Negro Suffrage in the South. Negro iufl'rngc in the Southern State i commonly looked uKn an involving nothing more than the adinieion of an additional num ber of people to a share in the government. It Is taken to be like the recent oxtenaioii of fullrago In England. Practically (says the Romnd Tabtr) it i no such question. Negro miflYage in the South is not a mere extension of the governing jiowcr to a larger number of the people; it i a projKjaition to give jwwer in our public allhir to a new and strange peo ple. It is not to bring a larger proportion of the community to the polls: it is to introduce a new community. It is like, but worse than a projtosition to admit tho Republic of Hayti into tho Union. Practically there arc two separate commu nities i...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 July 1868

ARIZONA MINER. "Vol. IJ:ill!SCOrrT, SATURDAY, JULY 25. 18G8. IV o. :io. to Zt WffWjj gmsonn pncv. I'iiIjIIhIhmI ICvttry Hittiirduy, At Prcscott, Yavapai County, Arizona. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, One Year $700 1 Six Months 4 00 Throe Months 2 50 .Snrfle topics, 25 IIATKS OK ADVUIlTISlNOl On- n'H'.uo, one Una', $.".00; with additional t SI 'iO. Each additional square, same rate. ' i 1 discount will he made to persons eon. , .in- came advertisement for three, sir, or V ' luulltll. IVi - "jiiiI or business cards Inserted upon I- .j i.le t'i ill. E " a.' Tender .Xotet lahtn at jnr in payment . jk?'J( r'rfioM, adteriiting and job work. Trriun, liiviirlnlily In nil vit nrc. JOHN II MAHION' 11KNJ. 11. WEAVER. I'ubluhrn and Proprietor!. YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRECTORY. D 1 II h t 'J I'!? J , li,'i t Ait.,rncjr r ' It'Hunter T 't Amrr k 'it J).tnct Cuurt, .. 'm. v. rvtsv.ii. IIKMKUII llKOOKX. WX. J. 1IKBKT, A. J. Moonr. Jnnx II. Iii:mi, WlM.lt m Coiir. K. W. WKUm, Jit. TKItMS OP COIIIlT.Si I...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 July 1868

THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF ARIZONA. .JST.A.X1TJ1SIT.KX xao-L. J. II. MAUIO.SV Kurron. PBBSCOTT: SATURDAY MOKNTXG JULY 2.',, 1808. Tur. San Francisco Mechanics' Institute Fair, which is to open on tho eighth (by of August next, promises to be a grand allair, and wo ercatlv recret our inability to be the wonderful things that will he on exhibition. Wells, Faroo ec Co's bids for carrying the tj. S. Mails from tho Eastern end of tho Union Pacific Kail road to Virginia, Nevada ; from Ohcycnne, Dakota, to Denvor, Colorado, and from Covotte, Kansas", tho present tur minus of tho U. P. 11., F.. )., to Denver, were too hish, consequently that enterprising firm has lost all tho contracts. Carlton Speids got the contract for carrying the mail to Vir ginia. II. Johnson, that from Chcyenno to Denver, and II. 11. Hawks was tho successful bidder for the Coyottc and Denver contract. Tlin ClIt.NKHE SEKKINO AfTKK K.NOWL- ;i)OK.-The Chinese government has employed Dr. J. McGownn, who visited San Francisco ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 July 1868

u 5 ATI ItDAV MORNING, JULY 18Cf. ! iii'KfTtNO Pahtv. Wo have boon Informed, by !- who recently arrived bore from be- iv tji.it a parly of prospected loft Wickenburg, it wecki to hunt for gold in tho mountains on t.rt . irtli side of the (Ilia, between Agutt Call ( , u id Gila City. I .'.i Li Paz. Messrs. Hlock, Spatks ami l , t o;uit Ilurhnnau arrived In Prescott from I.a Vat on tho evening of Sunday Inst. From tf li! k we learn that timed wore good at La ia, (ratio with tho Interior brisk, und tho people. , r. al "Commercial Metrnpnlh" of Arizona w . happy. A "dry-washing" com puny had b.x.i nuniml, and the "machlno'' was at work h 1 gravel. There mis some tulk of orect k . i i.irti mill In the vfctntly or La Pnz. Mr. v i if. .'mod in tlmt several btindred pounds . fr nn the lode near Klne'a Wells, imnn h he tw been to Work for aomo time pftst, Wl t to .an t rnnclsco sotno tlmo since to .1. 1. II i u lb ck Oaxtox. Mr. Hradshaw re . f i -lute that, about tbc first of August will st...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 25 July 1868

Ss Fhancisco Annscr. Mr. Thomas Boycc 1 the only nuthorlncd agent for tho Minkii in &m Francisco. Orders loft at tils olllcc, New Mer chant's Exchaugo Building, room No. &), Callfor nfcx street, will be promptly attended to. Returned. Vtvm the Pan Fnuirfnco OrerUnd Monthly. So yon're bock from your travel, old fellow, And you left but a twelvemonth ago i You've hobnobbed with Louis Napo'leou, Eugenic, and kissed the Popu's toe. Uy Jove, It is perfectly stunning, AMoundlng, and all that, you know ; Yes, things nro about a you left them In Mud Flat a twelvemonth ago. The boys '-They're all rlcht-O, Dick Ashley, He's burled somewhere in the snow; Ho was lost on the Summit, last winter, And Bob has a hard row to hoe. You knew that lie's got the consumption? You didn't t Well, come, that's a go ; I certainly wrote yon at Baden, Dear me that was six months ago. 1 pot all yonr outlandish letters, All stamped by some foreign P. O. I banded, myself, to Miss Mary Tlrtt sketch of a fam...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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