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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 29 October 1870

Proceedings of tho Pooplcg' Convention. lit ncconlanco with tho call dated October, fl, for p People, convention, delegates from eleven jirccincls assembled lit tlie Court House, In l'rcs cott. on tho 22d Inst. The convention was organize J by tho election of Colonel Henry A. Iligotow, Chairman, ami Dr. V. C. Sonic, Secretary. On motion, the chair appointed tho following gentlemen a committee on credentials ; James Grant, John Reese, and John Ualble. After a brief delay, the committee reported that the credentials of twenty delegates elected to tho convention from tho precincts of Prescott, Wickenburg.Vultnremlnc, Agiwl'rlo.Uio Verde, Htg Hug. Camp Hualpal, Granite Creek, William son Valley, Phrenlx and Camp McDowell,. were found correct, and that the following gontlemon representing those precincts were entitled to seats in the convention : T. S. RulT, John Ralblc, I.. A. Stevens, F. A. Cook, W. C. Soule, James Grant. A. G. Dunn, H. A. Uigelow, John Reese, John Howard, C. L. Rogers...

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. — 5 November 1870

wm 1 t ' '. fx ARIZO VI' 4 1 VOLUME VII. I'JtESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMUEtt 5, 1870. N HIKER 457 mTI lil til U' Ll' 1 I V B?5 mmwmrm m u at 1 .r m m. m 111 m i NA MINER. i X1JLJ VV JJJUJLkJJ JL T1IBARIZ0NA1IIXEB. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY M0RNI80. AT- PBWWTT. YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. suiisortiirrioN-: $700 4 00 2 SO 25 ELECTION LAW. On-Copy. Ono Year..... u Pit Monti"... .. .Three Months, m... CMlH.. ' liners wl not l i":"1 ",cs 1mM for ,n ld nri nJ ' inrtri.hl be discontinued nt the fnJ or the time pat J for. At) v tci fn s ira : rw Mnwe. one time, MOO; each additional tlmf M -A '-"' additional square, samo nilc t literal dleou"t will Ims made to parsons con tlantur tli- ! advertisement for three, nix, or lf iff months. l'rofrlonl r bulnon card Inserted upon rtiionMv terms. .Tob Printinp:. Tun Mtt "fflce U well mpnlWxl with Presses, ph.n, Fane and Ornamental Tyjo. and the pro. wwr li oYlernilned to rteeutB all work with ahidi li - tnsr t livored In the neatest and Ucl ...

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. — 5 November 1870

lrvoott, Wrissomt UVrrltory. J? AT UK DAY MOHSISO. NOVEMBER .1. 1870. SIorI fnpW of the I'rxtofflct. Ml.M'i: 0.111 ! Mircli.il at th- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Kor Delegate to Congress, PETER R. HRADY. For (he Council, II. II. CAUTTKU. J. T. ALSAP, A. J. MAKMADUKE. For tho Hotuc of lleprescntatire?, W. J. O'NEILL, J. I. MKUCEK, JNO. TAYLOR, J. II. FITZUKRALI), 0. A. WILSON, JOS. MJSLVIJf. For Sheriff, J. II. 1IKIIAN. 1 or Recorder, K. A. GORDON.1 For Treasurer, K. J. COOK. For Suiervior5, S. G. MILLER, GIDEON BROOKE, I Mc ATE Ell. For Public Administrator, It. IT. WEAVJEK. For District Attorney, For County Surveyor, For Coroners, C. A. LUKE, JOHN PIEUSON. For Justices of the Peace, A. 0. NOTES, CALVIN WHITE. For Constable., N. I PIERCE, DAN. KENNISON. Public Spoaking. I'rtn R. Hra.lj our catidMiktc for Delegate to Ongrw, udIIi.SylTrtttr Monrr, wilt address tlie pvle vt I'm coM and 1 Ictoitr, tbU (.Saturday) evening, at th Court- Itoom, co the Uiues now belr Arijonanij their duty to tbcouel...

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. — 5 November 1870

I She pw. Pernonnl, Political, Etc. Murder or Ellcu la. BUckhoutc. Two iiumtht have not oulto patud tlnce the nnfurtnnjte Local Iiitelligt-ncc. riiK.coTT, November f, 1870. Interment of Departed Mnsoiia. FhikIhj- " BMT trtitiila-r of Maaont. of thlt tmrn, fj,wed the rw'rt.it remain, of ftro drpnrted brother ,1in and lrilge- Maaonle Cemetery, nml there n.itrd them In thfff !kw of clay. The ceremony, lit ' waivrry ImprcMtt. The dcewuctl brutUr. wrmnrdercdbylmluin., nciir tho lower Agua Krlo, a ( , ran nips nn,l their Im remained there, In ro.lifn.TM, tint" recently taken up. by mcmlr.of A- lUVlMto"P"n title ami .object, we cannot help trtaling a rimtmttanee that Imn""1 "nl" ,n lw;7l J,r- Adam., mrwlf linJ "wtt Wn "", tTom ,"rr"'n nearly nxxitl. proa.ecl!g, end, mi day, encamped up y, t(T,r, wben Mr. Adam, went not, alone, to hunt, mipm for from camp, when he rcelvvl threw Indian, walking l"wly nf Mm J'" hl" A, .ml wiaild have .hot on of them hod It nM ! that a tWk of infill ,h ',nln. ...

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. — 5 November 1870

s coktixcbu n;oM fun vxat$ ! J- 2. At nine o'clock fit the Jorcnoo on 1 . the tlav of any election aforesaid, the legnl Sec. o3. In case of a vacancy in the oflicc , roter aforesaid shall proceed to elect judges of delegate In conzre. by death, rcMgnation. i al)(l n,pcctor, who ahull immediately give or otherwise, if it happen four months before , vu,c notjcc 0f ti,0 i,our 0fuch day, and the any general election, the goveri.or may order , )1ICC !,(,,, ami where thev will open the foil, a special election to fill such vacancy; or he , tlll tIlcv iai n,,jOTint two clerks, and shall may order bucIi vacancy filled at any general j receive,' rativas., and record the vote?, ami election after the samo shall occur. ; conduct the election us nearly as may bo in Of the Penaltiesor Misrondiirt ' l'J(rthnt,uml conformity with the provision of the chnp Jor Violation of certain Provision , tcr aforesaid; and shall in like manner, canst' of thi Cifip'tr. to be delivered, within ten day after Mich...

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. — 12 November 1870

THE WEEKLY MINER. 't ARIZONA VOLUME VII. THE ARIZONA MINER. rCBUSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNINO rBWCOTT. TAVAl'A! COUNTY, ARI.ONA Hirnsonnrrior: ar::::::::::::::::JS u ii Three Months.... .. 2 50 fVinlr 25 n... will not ! sent unless imld for in ail .inrf ami will inrnrin',1; lie discontinued at the tsJvMbe time palil lor. A'DVKIfrirrN-O: l)n s-;iun otic time. f-'t,00; inch additional tlmt, tt-V. Kae h "ddltlimsl square, miiio rate, i ro-i Jlwonnt will I mule to person con- tlnalne tb ume advertlcmcut for three, six, or tclte Bionttu. Profrlotwl or budncss cards Inserted uon rcooble terms. .Tol Printlnry. Tnr f lira nIEco 1 well supplied with l'rcscs lUn, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor 1 determined to evectiio nil worm wuii Isitli he may be favored lu the neatest and Wtl it; Ic of the art. Worl msr te ordered from any part of the Trrriuirr. and, when aeeoinuniled with the cash. Ii jlLc promptly executed and scut by mall, or ti dirrtt'-tf. T rfn mlms u money for snWrlptlo...

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. — 12 November 1870

MvNflivvriefVvi V'i'V tl'i'iMtciitt. i.Kcirii, iV..rTfii.ei. . .-ATURDAY MORNING. NOVI.'M f!F. 17" I "f ' Miser h pin-" t ! ;i th 'taeW. THE ELECH0. "1 oil return, of the elect:,.,, held on the cth Pfial entcnce. introduced 1 . K. Brady. , j.j, .,1,, Mr. Mowry said " Do you want im;.,W nut yet been received. The rote j Mr- nr M" " " r. H j to know how Brady ( the Democratic candi far DeJcwatc. in tho Aoeml utwdncto of tbi I l'int ani v'or k:,ftrlut thal hp ,imI "in'll ,hUo for Congress), cannot help lcing a true that hare bm tard from, h as fol-I tawntv hrrs: Ortabe 0 k, Brad at V, McCormiek :n!.tOrtty.Mna 18, tt, 5. . 3' 4. T . i ft.' , .V: WiUfMct Grove, llpukc, Dait OrdCk, Hum, Klrihrni Valliy, Wckentrarc,. VIltnmo Virtfy, Klo Vr4, Sknll Valley, 7, It is ramorad thM McCotHikk gt tT'iba irlty At the Vul;ara ralne, Umdy hiring rMlrei bat ittiit ntira (txaiWrof rotfl-i cut thato ippoting th'u Ui b the am, Brady's majority ow 3kOonutck ii about 112, wliid it I eoonMentiy ejiected. wi...

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. — 12 November 1870

Locnl Intelligence. I'iikscott, November 12, lb70. Adventure With Indiana. h.rrral d.u K"i r"r menHenry NIcholl t.. vi-L-pr. Kd. 8. Ilrtltlwlti nnd Mr. Martin ,t,rt,.,l from Lower (Jranllc Creek, with a vvngou drawn by two mule. Tticlr dc.tlnatloii win the Blick HIII1, "boot nftccn utile from l'rccalt; their purpose, to hunt, nnd, t polble, till tlie mtgou It li game. Thojr soon arrived at their destination, found a nlec camp, unhitched the uiulw, turned them out to grn?, and two Of the radi llaldwln and Martin went up Into the mountain. The other two took n .troll through the foot hill, where Nlcholls killed u deer. Boou fur killing the deer, NIcholl. ami hU conipan lon aw tcteral Indian, and Ifutcncd to r-ecure the niulc,whlch they.uccccded In doing. Mount Inf them, they f truck out In carcb of the two men who had gone Into the hills. They .pent eural hour lu a frulllca .ouch for them, tunic to the conclusion trMt the hart been killed by the IndHns, and itruck out for their home, ...

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. — 12 November 1870

If e If RECENT MILITARY ORDERS. Issued by Colonel Ceo. Stoneman, Commanding Department of Arizona. Hi ukji um:iN Dki'.ustmkst or Aisizona, l'rescotf, Oetohor 21, 1870. PMiut. Oki.i:h N. -k.), tlatetl l'rescott. Oct. 21. I..In compliance with jwrnpraph I, Special Order No. Ill, nirrcnt scries, Headquarters .Military Division of the Tactile, Fint Sergeant Charkt Bro-m, Company " K ," 3d Cavalry, ami one private or the company, who is cogniKiiii 01 mu mm. nccteil with tli desertion, at Fort Diiscoin, New Mexico, in Auint 1S07, tf 1'rivato ImM '.tit, Company " K," ikl Cavalry, to tsan r r.wciaco. vuiiiuinm, " ...:u uitlinnt clnl.iv will report on arrival, to the Commanding Geueral, Department of California. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the nccossary transportation. Srr.ciAi. OiWKKiWo. SO, dated, Prcscott, Oct. 22-1 I.. The following named oflkers having I icon assigned to com panies wrvin-,' in this Department, and having reported at rort Yuma, California, pursuant to ins...

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. — 19 November 1870

" '( ' 1' ..y r i 'i THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER i YOLUMK VN. PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY 31 0 KNI NG,"" NO V KM li I2u" H) 1870." iLT3IBER 17 THE ARIZONA MINE?.. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. HUJiscrtnmox: n.. iVin. One Year $700 4 00 250 25 V Six Montis u Three Months -i.-lf Conle Vxtftt will not ' I"'1' fr I" a'' TIBCe.niJwlUiBriiri'iiMy be discontinued at the wdohlie time paid for. AOVJ5 IVCI S I-VO: On iii.w. one time, .LOO; each Addltlon.it Umf. t JVO. Each additional square, Mini) rate. 1 literal dlwonnt will ftc made to pcreons con tiflnlnt the me ailvcrtWcmcnt for throe, six, or ttrrhc monlhi. Profl"sl or business card Inserted upon rtMjnJle term. Job IPrintiiJifir. The Mmn oflScf l tvcll supplied with Presses, PUln, r'ancr una OrnsmcnUl iyvi, and the pro-iti-ior U Jctcrmlmrd to execute all work with ibkli he may be lavorcd In the ncatrnl nnd best itk of the art. Work may be ordered fwn any tvirt of the Tf-Urtrr, and, when ceouiianled wit...

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. — 19 November 1870

Vrnwoott. -A.riv.onu Territory. J SATURDAY MOKNlSa.SOVr.MHKU ID. IV Siaetc cow of U. Mt-;ta m FUixlwufl at Hit TV,to5ietf. Bidiculous find Untruthful Assertions of Government Contractors. Ever since .taking charge of the Mixr.r., oar sole aim has been to run the paper in the interest of the Territory anil a majority of iU people, and wc leave It to candid readers whether or not wc hare succeeded in doing to with any dogreo of succet. In perform tag our arduous, thankleu duty, wc htnc,'of course, made some enemies, who havo woiked against and vilified us, bthind our back. To some of these, wo may have given just came; to others and one great onemy in particular wo have novcr given cause for offense. Now, otic great cause for our offending is the fact that we havo not quarrelled with and abused the military; and strange to say, some of those who have grown rich on" the mili tary, wo the ones who hate us most on this account. Very well, we can stand their ha tred. Yea, we who havo "nev...

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. — 19 November 1870

s I'M .4 . i , , WW . ' ' Indian Capturod. Local Intelligence. Pkksciitt, November 19, 1870. men FIGHT. A Party of PImM Kill 13 ApnchcMohaves. It afford, w intense pleasure to be able to ,Ute that the party of Pima Indians that Ic ft P-scntt, ft short time ago, succeeded in kill L thirteen Apachc-Mohavcs, and wounding MTcraUtbcw. But, wo regret to huvo to ,tte that our Pima friends lost two of their number, and had live others wounded. The articular of this, to us, pleasant affair, are about a follow: Early Monday morning last, as the Pima were traveling through Mcll'a Canyon, on tbeir war to Camp Date Creek, they dircov ,reJ fresh Apache tracks going northward, followed them, and won after struck a rauch ,ria, into which they sailed, with the fore going result. It U toW they peeled the scalps from ttic heads or the dead devils, and took tfaem with them. Thanks, brave Piraas, for this victory over our comtnon foe, the trea cherous, bloodthirsty Apache. This makes Bttrlj thirty Apach...

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. — 19 November 1870

r fer" r!i hrtt II f I tost Letter and Money. Several months ago, T. W. Brooks mailed us a letter, containing money for subscriptions to the rtiacsn, and as the tetter liu never reached u, we arc forcibly reminded of the uncertainty of Uncle Sam's mail. We believe the letter alluded to was mailed at Palmetto, Georgia, but it is hard to form an opinion in relation to what has becomo ol it, so wo will leave that job to older and wicr head. During the recent political canvaw in this Territory, men opposed to Mr. McCormick I accused some of his postmasters of tho crime of tampering with the mails, but this may, or may not have been so. All we know is that two letters sent U9 from Pluenix were not handed to as until more than a week after thev should have been in our possession Should our Georgia letter turn up a month or two hence, we will be both pleased and dis appointed. "I feel," moaned a dying cobbler, "that I rsax weaker everv dav, and that I am fast approaching mv t'nd only a few...

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. — 26 November 1870

ssffsjsM-Mfmrcgg:s iwBvsWBraPlwWw THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1X70. VOLDIK VII. If UMBER 48;. 1 '" THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HOMING, AT" rRRSCorr, vavai'AI county, Arizona. suJifcarrTiON-s On Copy, nncYcar. y.?2 2 50 23 "pit Month.. fk- Three Months, Si-era will not w1 on!VM '? ,l fT J? Ji4' JcTd wl n.rMf be dl.conlluue.l nt the cnJ of the time paid for. 0m Maire. one time. each Additional iim it w FacU additional square, same rale. . lliprj dlseount will tKS made to persons con- UnolnS the mc winwi... twtlve months. Profwlonal or bnl" card Intcrtcd upon rcteonablo terra. Job IPrintiTipr- r.s nm.'wTrt,.nnawiiTi Presses, 11.1a, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and t he pro-nMM- U determined to execute Ml work with kith l" T Iks Stored W tho attest and beat ,l,kof llteart. Work may bo ordered from any part or the -L !u-n afromraisled with the cut:, It rlH l promptly executed and sent by mall, or u directed. . rmm sending o mo...

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. — 26 November 1870

ess MX, l-wnoott, JVrlvcomt TnrrlloiT. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 26, 1870 Rlngl cop'.c o lh Jll.XEIl can b fxirchunt Hi tlx The Apachc-Mohavei. Matter,! and Things In Mohave County, and Elsewhere Wc hare, in this Territory, a great many Indians, who, of late years, have been sailing under the name, "Apache-Mohaves." When the whites first settled here, these fellows called themselves " Yavapais," and professed great friendship for Americans. They soon afterwards broke loose, and committed all sorts of crimes, from the stealing of a donkey to the murder of a white man. Tbcy oven went ao far as to kill their agent a man who had petted anil befriended them. Soon after committing this horrid deed, a largo band of the sneaking thieves and murderers visited a freight train, which was encamped in Skull Valley, professed great friendship for tho tcanistcrsrmttl a favorable moment for at tacking tho train presented itself, when the devilish scoundrels drew knives and pistols which they had 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. — 26 November 1870

"mil VRQH. CAMP VERDB, Final Mountain-PoiU, Seeds and Plants. ? Locnt Intelligence. Tho New. Koad. HEW We learn, that Captain, Nuttsrvillc and-his command' will soon, be in readiness tr Imil.l n C: C. Bean, and Herbert Dower bare returned mirv i !.-,.'r .1.. :..., .' ti... BH..i.l.,i.rt.ll,..V-. I i .. K..Mkniicimi-iMi;uc Imr country. Lleutcn.nl Win. McK. Owen, the C0.untr' ftnd M.tLcse In,,"" uavc BalJ tueJ' soyrr I .1 n,.i .... i.i. .1 i...t.... will die rnther tiiitn twnnit n tmt' in tsn.pffc. ti.-wrtlTT riOYvniUei v, izii:at nuauuiitiui.iwua uii wnu fcubiu, iui i I - - , , I tnA In l,.l. .1 MS. 1 vrtrnt nvt. I.conipicica worn upon me .miliary rum irom I ,v- mvu lutiuuj, niu military anil pome BUII'DI"01 n'feacott to New Mexico. A tho military road to I citizens arc looking forward, with consider- Camp McDowell, rbomls, Florence and Tucson bio canicstneM, to see how tho Pinals will will sootthe Completed, we earnctly rcqueat dtl- ACt Jn tho ,natten T . The attention of the fanner...

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. — 26 November 1870

The Fourteen Sieges of Tarii. A Vrnn.li rnrrrsnniltlent write from RoUCH. A EPISTLB. From Johiwthan Jnmblc, of Greeley, to Mchlt able Tumble, of Squcdunk, Maine: I reckou ncow It tlrao I writ. To ycon abcoul eour teown, uvrtr JtCf Knut hero on Colarndo's plains ; I swaof to gmlou hcu I think Of Rqacdunlc, 1 begin to blink My eye, ami people tbluk It rains! Teou know It wai the full o'moou, Ami In tbe leafy month of Jane, 1 (Aid good-bye, ami cmne out lierc; Pre got tny broken tixpeuce yet ; There'i no gurl critters here you bet, At purty M my Squoduuk tluacl Eoot here to mnkc the later crow, The water run between Melt row. And that to me wm tutbln' new ; I've eot a little pstch of corn, But hare to watch It night nnd morn. With cabbages and pumpkins, too 1 l're (rot a shantr almost np ; Lot there' no tree to rljr a cup Hare cIojo tbe river's bank beside ; And when I think of Squednnk ways, Of (cupping and of ple-nlc days, 1 swaowl I've sometimes almost cried. And winter's comln' and...

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 December 1870

it , THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: VOLUME VIL THE ARIZONA MINEK, rUBLISIIEB EVERT SATURDAY MOBNLNU, AT- ruESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AIUZONA. 8 u,j isc rti iniox : m too Three Months,.. . 2 GO 25 Copies, , ... -. i 4 -nl.j ..i T .1 fn nil. wl.-.(nl will mranWWy bo dUcontiuucd at the taJ of le time paid for. ADVJJUt'LISTSrO:, On sonsre. one than. $.1.00; each additional tfror llA). KacIi additional square, Mine rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con l!au iff the w advertisement for three, air, or nrclfc"roonth. (J I'fofeIonal or business cards inserted upon reuonstle terms. -jtn ' , Job IPi'iiitiiXRT- Tni Mise office Is well supplied with l'rrc, PUIn r-'aucv find Ornamental Typo, and the pro. rrirwr 1 dUu,Hctt to execute all work with h. h lie may be. favored In lllc neatest and beat t.jlf of the tut. Work msy he ordered Utvn nay part of the Territory, nnd, when accoiapauiud. with tb,o cash, It w '1 he promptly executed nnd sent by infill, or m directed. Pcr sending us money f...

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 December 1870

' ' I Itfoott, -trlKptm Territory. SATURDAY MOItN'LVO. DEC KM OKU 3, 1570, Single copies of th XL1VI can be purchad t the Puatoffk. TWO GREAT QUESTIONS. the great majority of tbo people of Arizona rc, and have been troubled by two great ques tion!, The Indian,' and Supply " questions, and having about given the former up, as too knotty for solution, until such time as our white population shall bare increased sufficiently to cut the worse than Gordian knot, they bare turned their attention to tbo " supply question," which, if possible, Is a little more prcsiiug than the other. Now, all intelligent men know that this strip of land and a good-sized strip it is was organ it ed Into a Territory in 1863, and, for military purposes, attahebed to the Department of New Mexico. The officers tent out from the East to govern the Territory, came via Loarcawortb, Kama, and Santa Fe, X. M., and they brought with them fixed ideas regarding tbo Great East, and IU cheap greenback prices, which, from...

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 December 1870

Ik . iUHmar .eajaiia.aa - .-- . . -1.. ... . Ixcl Iiitcllfccucc. PuiascoTT, December 3, 1870. gander, aaighUihici Raln' Szum- II rrlolces u tff 6c able lo statotbat thl section 6f Arizona wrts, on the --Tib tilt, vMtcdball four of the above "elements." For several week, prior to thai day, the weather bad been warm and drfsnd mff people had commenced togratnbtea little Early ttint day, however, Old Sol hid his face behind a clotid, the iky assumed a lcadcn.hue, the Jr became warm, and oon, "Tbe tbonder en-lied, tbe I'gbtolng- riuliwl, tod the rln coniincnccd pouring- down, not "In torrent!, but In drops. Matter combined thus Until the "shades of nlKht mantled the caila," when, Instead of rain, wo got inow the llrst pnro white snow of the wsuon, wblcb, wo hope lo Mfe followed by scver.d deep falls, between trow rmd next spring. In rrcscbtt, this fall Of now merely whlttncd the bouso-lopa and street. Higher up. In the mountains, It fell to the depth of four or, lite Inchc. The mutt we ...

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