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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 September 1870

N AY iS "M ii ill v sis vri hi, r CHILDREN. Nothing, perhaps, strikes a stranger with more surprise, on arriving in I'rescott, than the groat number of healthy and joyous chil dren that ho sees nt every turn. And it is surprising to 113, who hare bocn here from the start. The" "'v'Mjye. jro. VJ?& ?. 0Tn here, native Arizonians. And n ueaTtlner, heartier sot of little fellows were never seen. They do not seem to bo alllicted with the many diseases that carry o(T the little ones in other countries, for very few of them die. In fact, if my memory is not at fault, only two white children have ever died in Prcscott or the region roundabout. Our line mountain air, excellent water, and other influences com bined, tend to produce a type of physical beauty and perfection, rarely seen in any otLor country. The boys arc great, hearty, robust, full-chested specimens of young America, over flowing with life and vigor from tho start. Hut it is not of tho boys that wo desire to speak, particul...

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. — 1 October 1870

' ' f I 11 V MINER. THE WEE ZONA YOU'ME vir. I'UKSCOTT, AltlgQXt, SATURDAY MOUSING, (KTOBKll I, 1870, tfrorBEmor ELY THE AKIZ'vJiNA mism PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, ,Rewrr, TAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUIWORIPXION: taVffSXL-::":::::::::::'!" Three Months 2 -U Ha.'lef'plM , , ri will lint be "cut uiile poll! for in ad-t-aVi" J Ir.rnriab!" .V? discontinued at the nl fr; time paid for, - - - O-t aar one time, fMV); oaeh additional tine" f I 'jO Evu additional lnare ,n" A IliKttl dttcount will be mule to person eon. !5!,a? the " advertisement for three, six, or i i n; nti. yr 'ml or baslneis cards Inserted npOn tucattilo tcrnl Job J rin tin pr- f- ' Tn.l 0ranui Vyic. i..t the pro Lwir w determined to eiecule alt k tliA h may be Uvorcd In tbenatl and best tt" rk my be ordered from any part of the Trt-f.orr.mil, wben accompanied with tbe o!u :.: - rom,Uj executed and sent lur mall, or "r n as undine us money for snbseripdw;. Mrfrm'.nsortob work, may forward It by wall, cr oth rwi, t tb...

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. — 1 October 1870

lr..oott. JVrtotm IVrHtory. sTntnY MonviN'o otrrnnr.u 1 ipto. Slnrl epi vt Ui MINER cac It jwrchswJ at tli; Gold and Greenbacks. San Francisco, Sept. 22 Gold In New York, l.Wi. Legal Tenders, in San Francis co, idling, 83 ; buying, 88. --iitt-"Si'.ttilioa in France. It in difllcult to foresee the result of the recent success of the Prussian armies in France, and as we have seen in the leading American journal, speculations and prophe cies based on tho occurrencies of one day's dispatches, entirely overthrown by those of the next, no any Anticipation of the nuir.se of eTents at this time is likelv to be proven u erroneous as any made during the pat month. Sixty day ago it was generally con ceded that France was second to no military power in Europe. Since the war in the Cri mea where tho French arms were covered with laurels, the war spirit ha been carefully fostered in France, advantage has been ta ken of all the new improvements in warlike implements, both for land and naval warfar...

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. — 1 October 1870

Die 3& Jtochl1 Intelligence. PnLscorr. October 1. 1S70. MININO items. Ja.l '"f McCartr, A. D. Ilolitelii and other, re-(ornl-irfroin apleaittrri trip to the nwd!n mine, lift Sundayi They report llio Mate of allalr there M ry ntUftctory. The Del Vwo Company re pelting out oro am! crutliltu; tlic nmnc In i:wttrSirY:"r f"",t,:r not '"ri'r,"r t,"lt pKVuiy "norkcil ly tlum-i. t. they wtlmatc hat U vrtll paj? from tiV) to t-TOO per ton. The Company propone to priml twenty-tire ton tc fore cieanln;; up. A large niirilcr of location litre been made on vein. dUeovcred fluee the rich atrlWc on the Del l'aeo company Orel called public attention to Hradehnw mountain, Kifflc or them iromllii(f very will on the ttirlaec. Con MdcntMo tlr Iitu been made ninon miner liy knowledge of the fact the company of ten men ho located on a lode named the New Era, Uve tun' l'rtn l '' rrlt "Ittjp and found llie lode clKht leel l width of aolld pajlnjj ore. J'ar fie ho jroupcetid the vclu Uh" care, ttult; Hu...

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. — 1 October 1870

aUtciJfott SMvciltecmcnfe. Three Hon Killed by ti Griz2ly. AN OLD STORY. The artto aro Ml nnd tlie brrmw Is p, And tin prow Is turned for a northern oa; liktes jour a I Mm royr Hi : VanHvvr rM- '-" nr eow l)rt, dnrllHK. ' !' -rM - Ob. but m MOrtlieni Ifhte art Itewt ! f Uc eaUor iiu tv thp frown abroad, a ktst tmrM tmt ihronjrh UU dream of bome And bit heart roc mUi tbrovgh tlit rtjrlMR tfoatU. TUt maiden Uurt by the iprdeii tc UtM el" lore sr hmmhwI o ! Kbwe fell on ber llp nd btr. Awl (be -wertd eoe on m It vrwt beftw. The Prussian Soldiers. It is impoeible to conceive finer bodies of men than tb? which daily arrive in l'russl to join thtir regiment. They belong to tlio first rwerrc, and all between the ages of 38 and 23. A. very Urge number of them woar the decoration they wore in the Austrian wr nml all are trained soldiers. As the trains arrive they nro mat by a .small party of soldier, awl the men aro escorieu 10 me barraelH ol ttte corp o which iuej Here they are furnihed wit...

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. — 8 October 1870

THEWEEELY 1 ARIZONA MI NER. voi.i!.Mi; vn. ; ARIZONA MINER. il-plIHfc-D &VSHr3SCi!!Ur MORNINO, -AT FBCHOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. On Year Months.... Tlir.'o Months, .$700 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 . t r i.. ..I r r - tMI not bo sent nuiyss imiu iur in -,j.i!5."-wHi' fce. discontinued at the tim.- r-' ror' O-r m.Vf. one llr. -T-Ot each additional 1 71 F.ifli additional square, Mint rate, i " . rl d!ciant will be made to persons eon i. , lUr wi'' advertisement for three, sis, or t'i- r "rsoatlis. fro'V-Mnsl or business cards Inserted ujMin . ' terms. .fob Printiiiff l ii Mivbb is tVoll snpgllixl with l'rto, !, Hd-t saJ Ornnmenta: Type, and the pro- ( Jrt, r-ilix-d to rxvcuUj all work wltb . "' . my Ix- tivorwd tn tha uoatoit and l W;rV IU3V la orJeml from any. part of the r -t ni.t, wlirn accompanied with the oah, .,, j mrnjitly tin and seut by mall, or i. : -c-id, f..r.ti letfllnc wentT lor rmc(iit , t, .. . lot, ,ifc. may iritd It by maJI, t . :h rwax, at tblr own rUk. I i t ,,i-'-j,...

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. — 8 October 1870

iniv I'fOHOott, A.vlv.ont '.LVrritry. SATUUDA.Y MOUMN.;.(k T(U!KK H. 170. Mim:i. t- iirhaiwit it th Gold and Greenbacks. &in l'mncino, Vi.QaM In New Yrk. I-egal Tenders, In dm Kraneis- do, dHng, bS'j ; buying, S3. Valedictory. Tirt editor and proprietor of the Mu.ru has returned, lie m finished lit little pleas ure trip. John 11. Marijn, t.fter aii absence of thirty -seven days, put in an appearance at this ofltee, Thursday morning hut. One jr ty was glad to see him, one iiRlividtntl felt like ombraeing him, one Ixxom awclMd with - v. -. t...t nnlll emotions, at least one voice spoke the troth .when it said, John, 1 am glad to see you. All that was the editor pro Urn. Six week ago, with some ini'ifivings ami 'reluctance, wo undertook to fill the editorial chair daring his absence, to drop personali ty, or iiHlividMality, ami call otin-eif we-fto tcujoy the plcaiuree and .overcome the jwr tt.vhles of life in a conntry editor's chair for arief tenn. Little did we know of the tri a...

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. — 8 October 1870

fS Local IiitclllBCiicc. 1'kkhcott, October 8, 1870. MISCEIiIiANEO8 ITEMS. The IMtrlct Court of tho Tl.Ir.l .lndlel.il DM J CJllea IU lon on Mond-y the Honor, Judge C. AlTwccd.on the bench A f.nnd Jry of tiltictccn was Impaneled, with tbaa ordinary dlfllculty. A. no Oonrl wm tald bcro but Ibercl considerable butt- ' on l.nd of ft civil imture. Several criminal 4c of Interest arc to be dltncscd of, and the !,rcKticJ of lawyer., Juror., witnesses, "irlU Ling business In Court, and other outsider bd esnte to look on, makes a largo teiiij,orr d Jitioti W our town insulation. . f ' Hen C'dlM Hbford, 8ccrcUry of tbo Terri er arrived Monday night, with Mr. Mnlony, from tVlckknburg. Mr. Hoahford comet to nt- I f'nnrt. MaJ. i Tliorapjon, who I now a clilwri, arrlrv Meaietioii Tutaa.lal. Ttf f III IU"" ; inr was etalloned at Fort Wbtmde In 'ftt nnd Vi and was one of the mot untiring, energetic .Mr.tt. lu tbe butlnesa of reconstructing Ajucli- t ever In command of troop In this sectlotinf Wiin...

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. — 8 October 1870

y f .wtanatre m Chances in Battle. In the days ol llic old lashioned intikct,or " Brown Hess," as it was popular!- nick named, the chances of n man's being hit by n bullet were slight. It has been estimated that in Wellington's citniwign in Spain it took 800 bullets to kill one man, but much of this waste of powder was due to the careless ness and iunorancc on the port of the men; sotno fired so high that the ball went over tbc beads of the enemy, other so low that they wont into tho unu. won in our recent war, witu grcauy improvcu iireanin, , - the number of killed and .wounded w very j email compared with the immense number of , J shots fireu. Mr. Francis Gallon in bis recent work on hereditary genius presents 'Sonic curious cal culations as to a man's chance of being struck by bullets in a battle. One man differs from another in height and in width, therefore, the chanco of tho ono as compared with that of tho other varies as the sectional area of his body that is to sar, as his ...

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. — 15 October 1870

mi 1 1 WEEKLY MINER. U Djl ARIZONA i if VOLUME YIL THE ARIZONA. MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, ritESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTT, ARIZONA, sxjnscrtix'x',ror: One Copy, OncYo.tr $7 00 Pix Mnnthi 4 00 ii Throo Months, 2 50 .; Copies 25 ""I'ViMTi will not be sent ttnlCM pnld for in ml. rsnnn.! wilt invariably be discontinued nt thc tad of the time ialtl for. AD VK IW1 k rTO : One nqtiirc. one time. t-TOO; each n.ldltlonnl u-ic, tM. v"wu aadltlonal gquarc, snmo rale. Wicnl discount will bo made to persons con llnuiDS the 'imc advertisement for three, six, or iwcivc months. rrofrulonil or buslnces cards Inserted upon rcuonablc terms. m Job Xviiitirapr. Tn Mltisit ofilec Is well eupnllrsd with Presses, l'hln Fancy nnd Ornamental Type, and the pro rrl tor h determined to execute all work with uti'ili lie may be favored In tho neatest and beat ftTlc of the art. Work may bo ordered from any part of the Territory and, when acrompanlcd with tho cn.u, wilt lie promptly executed and sent by ma...

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. — 15 October 1870

vrnmrr- ("V, Will 3'rMoott, .Arissonn Ton Itciry. 8ATUIIDAY MOItN'lKa.OCTOB&R Wo. SIbjI" eojV of U MrEU .i- t ("irrW-J hi tb DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Delegate Jo Congress, 1M3TBU K. UK A Yavapai County Ticket. For the Council, II. II. oautte::. j. t. aisap, WJl. MAHMAuUIvK. For Representatives, W..J. O'XBILL, J. I MBRpKK, JXO. h. TAYLOR, J. H. FITZOKKALD, 0. A. WILSON, JOS. MRL.VIN. For Sheriff, J. U. 11EUAX. ' For Hecorder, K. A. GOKDON. ' For Treasurer, -' - E. J. COOK. Fer Supervisors, 6. C. MlLLEIi, P. McATKKK. G. BROOKE For Public Administrator, B. II. WEAVER. Various Matters. We returned, lt week, too fate to thank those gentlemen who wrote for I be Minsk during onr long absence, bat we now do m, and moat heart ily, too. Col. lieorr A. Blgrlow ku won tame, if not fortune, by the able manner in wlilcb be milled tbe paper, and tbo contributions of Judge Wm. J. Hurry speak very hlrtily lor lil talent and culture as a writer. Mr. iJen. If. Weaver, our trattwortby foreman, nud bi...

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. — 15 October 1870

j ..tt Iiid'diis were.sriuaiieti unuer tn ire, ec ir Col. Stonemari' tent, anxious to shake band with him, and eager to "talk in their i. itb. mild dialect, After the usual pro s' .tali .n wer.? made, Mr. Miguel "took the fl o-, anil addressing hiuiolf to Chairman &Uir- man, said, In tulistanee, that be wo gU'l to vt him; that Ood made inci) differ tntly; the white men Ileinadu Mali; the red, pewr, wiiich wa all a mistake on Miguel' part. Hot, be continued, " Last year I made peace with Col. O'recn, and bare been a good man ever since." Monsieur Bsl'cUbesoltt spoke nexL He m nsae-nsJ by saying bo had much to nay, and was going to ay it, which remark made in ftfel uneasy, for w"e were anxioui to gut on ti1 road, and strike homewards. Hut he oiatiniifii, and wc were farerd to listen to the n barbarian. The vein in hi aged ncHc Bwclled until they were as large a a inn' litij- r, hi mouth opened and lie nafd he had ' heard a gjod deal &botit Stoneman, HU-J wax gUd to ec1itm. God...

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. — 15 October 1870

GJAJIV WANTED I night Cents for Hurley. 7 1-2 Cents for Corn ! 0.u Mililon Five Hundred Thoitaml Pmndt y ffwii Il'iiiscrf the FtM of January, IS'l ! vis: We iriU y Uic amrr b1 f KT1 detlvtml CAMP AVIIIPPIiK; or CAMP TOLIi-G ATE (Hir eatted Cawp Hud pal) Awl afi persons Unrhsg grata for Kile are Invited to give sj - call. 7'A-m 0r Jttw Unltml State Currency ; ilwity on DAixtry, ami no " Dkkn:-' C. C. I IE AN & Co. Present;, A. T Sept. o-tl-ml r TOO WANT SOME CORN. AND WILL l'AV A L good rriee. I- HASHFOUD. Twsowtt, Oct 7, 1870. M A l .N U JJ 1 il UIVL W JiH X AND SALOON, WlcVcnburi Arizou-A Territory. The undersigned respectfully Inform the public and hit otd friends, that lie is mm manufacturing, aad keep cod stantly on hand, n superior quality of LAGER BEER, For Wholesale and rtetall. in Ilofles or Kegi. THE SALOON Is well supplied with rxec-llent WIbk, Liquors, Cigars, ete.. and coet&ini Two Ooml Illlllartl Tablet. The patronage of the pub! to U solicited. rairC8 A. II. PB...

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. — 22 October 1870

'J EEKLY YOLDIK YII. I'lllffiCOrr, AHIZQXA, SATUltDAY .llOKNIXfi, OCTOBER 22, 18707 THE ARIZONA MINEIt. (. 1 , ijsccUancoiw. DEHOOEATIC CONVENTION. LETTER FB03I: TUCSON, THE W MINER. !:1 f ri'BMSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PHESCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. a tri wc rt i tt r or : OucCapv, One Ywr, $725 Sit Month' 4 00 .i .i Thron Month 2 50 cj-.V CoplM 25 p" r will not lie wilt ttnluas jmtil Tor In nd- , nnJ will inrnrinbly be discontinued at the r.iofthc tunc iUl fur. AtJVKB'l'IStXG: ti- nitre. oo time, $3.00; cnclt nddltlonal I. i1 '' K AiltlUlumvl square, same rate, t r ,1 di-coiint will Ihj made to person con l' " i.- Mini' advertisement for three, uls, or 1 r tuontlit l'rj 'im1 or buitnets card Itucrted upon ttaou ,'K trrtin.. .Tol) J? i i ii L i n pf . Tnr Misck odlcc It well Btipnllod with 1'rcMos. p K.wv and Ornamental rjri. and the nro fr ,r n (I t ruiiiiod to execute all work xrltli w h 'n mi)- lie IjtoiuhI In the uciteit and beat O ofthart, V .rk in.iv be ordered from a...

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. — 22 October 1870

T.X mW ai,ltl..roHrcM,l,,lof IM''- . X Xt tt,r doscu.ds during the summer months, and it loose nlxt.it tl.e 1 J. f trae--. 0 Hi 1 1 UU , 'V Yf '' ' T o t un od o ver then , ' 1 abu unLci.rl, Jft,,,,,,! , mined lil "he., wo were there. ?y F,wcr w10 ,ni ,t l n,L U -c I morning found us rcvly to travel wo turned over nem, " " "J" ,,h", giw t,o aimed ' f,Wv. Kpttir 21. -Being now di- These ,K1 wero . ,,, frwn ci' :.; ----- - i our b-iclcs npon the "Hacred GilC ' P" X j, ,ft i " n ! taut aJio.it id miles Iroirt Tucson, the tempo- .couicd to u, letstsnd th r ! )lnl' roott. iVrt-onu awrliory. inR Simoon Valley Jo,I n IJ - m wa, g-rd up oa ,, P.U' rary pll,l -four wblldielbvcd Territory, oUgllly. Tl,w U X fet,h- - - --- I -tuwc out of l is blanket, whUb t have El,' nh,r,.m.rtt.(!- 1.1s cuW The re- our chief determined upon making the entire d A ,,vll(iiit two-storv .rinl'",, t l;o. iH-on worn Uiretttuwri-, or mam; om,. ... . " th - . brother f distance in ow day, m wo got nu early suit, I j...

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. — 22 October 1870

She "KSJinn- Local Intelligence. Puracorr, October 22, 1870. r,rni Pboeiilx and riorenoc, Crop Foll 11 Uoa, Etc. Oar fcllow.lownimsti, V. A. Btcpbeui, arrived homo Sunday I vst, from I'lircuW, Silt ltlver, width- I.eVcnt, n snort time ago, with Ills twin, for trlfT for Ktlbbf it Sheerer, brewers of tliU place. Mr fuj'licas brought the very test klud of news from tbe flourljwii Hjrr t-u un . seme irn of wheat nnd Irtrlej. which tbey hud dls- oi -d of at good prices. 3lr. mvilllng, tlie roiio Krot iWnU, InVoriuod Win that over 100,000 t,oundi of sweet potatoes had been grown In tlie ti av the past feaaon, mid were then being taken from the ground. Immigration wn, iKinrhi;; in. Vew dUclics were lielng constructed, the health of the nlscc was Rood, mid, to crip all, two tldrds of ibe tutors, of which there were over one hundred, ,fr pronounced Hrudv men, having Imd enough efMr McCormiiK. Viltlio aiding at "icken bar" Mr 3. had the misfortune to loose two gwd mules. Win Ilreelit, iiImj o...

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. — 22 October 1870

?vc$rott gidvcvttefmcnt sicUunfOH5 giflf'. The Corn Question To A Elitor olhc Arizona Miner: I ieo in last week' iuc of (ho Mi.vr.n, a statement of tho probable amount of corn raised by the different farmers in this portion of the county, signed by "0," (1,185 tons). I think if C would divide 1,185 by three, and the product by two, he would llnd the amount. I cannot sec the use of persons trying to ex aggerate nt such a rate as C l trying to do. That the corn crop i a total failure in many til.tces i needless to deny, and on almou all ranches the Mipply will not equal the de mand: or, in other words, there was more corn fed and planted lat spring by the farm ers, than the farmers have raised. Perhaps 0 has a six or seven cent contract, and would like to buv corn. N'ow I wdl tell you wlmt 1 think about it. 1 have visited a great many farms in this mrt of the county, and talked with a crcat rnanv fanners from other narK and tbcv all acrec in savins that there wa not one-fourth of a co...

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. — 29 October 1870

(misss'' , yy " i m i 11 1 in - nif 7" THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER, : ft ? J K - V NIB 1 V . VOLUME VI I THE ARIZONA MIXER. ri'IlUSIIED EYERY SATURDAY MORNINO, PRF.SCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTV, ARIZONA. On" Copy, One Year..... sit Month... w Three MonluH, Wr.?!i' Conies $.7 00 400 2 50 25 1'uH.n will ")t bo cent unlet jKiid for, in nd- and inetiriabhj lie discontinued nt the m.l ofllio tlmeald for. ADVJCnTISING: if,,- snUarc. one time, M.OOj each ndilltlon.il llr (1 W. Each additional square, eamo rate A ll'x'nl discount will be made to persons con tinue the same advertisement for three, six, or 1' Ire month. I'roffilonal or business cards Inserted upon rcMonable tcr tai. Job 3? rill till grin- Miner office U well lupnllml with Presses, 1' , F -p v and Ornamental Type, and the pro r 'ir is dctrrmlttcd to execute nil work with ' tiny ho favored In the neniost and best ' tlftll Mt. a' u y be ordered from any part of tho 7 -r , , m 'I, when aecotnpanted with tho cash, , w " ' r "-"1rl,y csociite...

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. — 29 October 1870

e. -fit ' Troott, -A.rlv.onu Territory. SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBKU 23. 1870. Mr. HcConnick Again. SlnsU coplei of lb Mwtn can b. purehwcd at the rosc. .DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Delegate to Congress, PETER K. 1I11AIJ1'. Fee the Council, II. n. CARTTER, J. T. AI.SAP, A. J. MARMADUhK. For Representatives, w t nixr.il .T.. J. L. MEUCKR, i, TAvr iSn J. H. FITZGERALD, . .li. A. WILSON. ' JOS. MBI.VIS: For Sheriff, J. II. UEHAN. Tor Recorder, E. A. GORDON; v Kor Treasurer, E.J.COOK: For Supervisors, S. G. 3ULLER, ,G. BUOOKE, P. Mt ATEER. For Public Administrator, B. II. WEAVER. Indians Military. Wo again chronicle the' advent of that mi gratory iiolU'cian, Richard C. McCormick. He comes with leu of the "joroi and ch-cuiD-tnnco" usually attending bis periodical political migrations to this locality, but, hei far tlio old reason. On the earnest solicitation of the thin crowd of friends who o'wsrnily welcomed Gim. He give nn ac count of himself, at the Court House, ami, in a speech pf some two h...

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. — 29 October 1870

jj(ili8Bssowa"j 1Y0V ' ' 41 V K, Local Intelligence. I'nKriCorr, October 29, 1870. Coming Back. We !.vo been Informed ibnl A. 1. Wells Cp , in fith U.S. Cavalry, has resigned his coramls t ,, will soon return to Prcscott, to attend Si. InSslntrc-l.WchWo very valuable. evlo to resigning, Mr. Well, tried to ex- ose wUh.omeomcer of the Third I Cavalry, lbSrcSln.c.,tU,t present, In this Territory, tat MM "to And one wIMnic O make the transfer, ruSni, he u tnken tlio only coaro lea to i u of the Army and . Mcxleo We .to I U sUd to fee him here soon, and so will our clll- KU. Personal, Etc. A Btructt, ol the llrm of B.irnclt & UTSek, mcr .hint, or Wlckcnburg nnd Pbonlx, paid our town tlslt last weeje, and gave us nn order for a large lumber of hill bca'ds, whlcl.Miows that himself ni Partner are doing well with their two Mores. He Informed u. that preparations wore being made for the erection of a new flouring mill at r-hrrnlr. which Place, he said, wa growing In weltb and population....

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