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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 November 1876

FRIDAY, NO VJSM BE It 17, 1876. Church ITotice. Service every Sunday, ot 10-.30. lit the Methodist Epl. nal Church, m Marina itrwt. lVeoeott. Sunday cliool 1Bimediately alter erric. ItEV. U. II. WlUGHT, Paitor rev. Mil. Wilky. Methodift South, will preach at 11 i. m., and 7 1 , each Suaday. at T. II. Head' home, oa McCormick .trcet. SPECIAL Notices im the reading columns will be charged at the rate oj TinitTr cfnts per line for first iiiMertinK, and twenty cent a line for each ftibseqttent intcrtian. Local Intei ligence. From Saturday' Daily. Our associate is out in the mountains "pi jutiug 'round after mining items. "We .shall expect a batch from Iiim for Monday 'a 3IIXER. The racesat Williamson Valley, on the 8th, -were quite -well attended, and we hear that Mr. Breed did a good business. Kobt. Garside, of Kirkland, Al Doyle and Nathaniel Bowers, from Agua Fria, and others arc in town yesterday and to-day. The weather is cloudy and threatening to day, feccmirnr to portend a snow-s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 November 1876

tcrd fort-iI Oil Da orkl w!d! I? ;I . - . LeTiEuhford. EoVt. H.Ecraiiter. Wn. C. Bsshferf. 'I I L. BASHFOBD & CO., L. BASHFOBD ffliolesale ani EeMl Dealers in Merchandis W nvite an InnwctK.n of cur Carefully Selected Stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods. Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Onderwear, Ladies' Hose, including Balbriggan, English, Striped and Colored, Children's Hose, gat variety ; Corsets, Corset Trimmings, Collars, Cuffs, Ruchings, Hufnings, Embroidery, Insertions, Laces, Eancy Toilet Articles, Eibbons & Jewelry GROCERIES ? PROVISIONS. Teas, Sugars, Coffees, Canned Pruits & Vegetables, Whole and Ground Spices, Alden Dried F uits, California Dried Pears, Peaches, Apples, Grapes, Pitied Plums. Currants, Washiner and Toilet Soaps, Canned Honey, strained and in comD, Candles, Crackers. Ants, Haisins, Bacon, Lard, Butter. Cheese, and Esnrs. Potatoes, Corn, Plour, Etc., Etc IX GREAT VARIETY. For Mechanics, Miners, Mill Men aud Artisans, Plows, Plow Steels, Scythes, Rakes, Bell...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 November 1876

rgcd by botlj pr.r snggcsted and rc of'both parties in lence President Grant has violated the Constitu- WrigUt Esq. for the following figurfi tion in any way, as some Democrats so j recciVcd bv yetcrIaYSt.mailfromMCrhrl NA MINER WEE ID IV T SUP VOL.'iXIII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA." FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1876, NO. 46 J3Y Special to the Miner by TJ. S. Military and W. U. L'.ceH been rtpd to have ILL.rliAi Ai.J C!ir((i;ni t .u,t.(kt..n ;nt- th 1)lot)alu ich.Ugtd U e5!inv latent report I have the folio.ving: . r;: ''.rating the u: New York, Nov. 10. -Private telegram hiu fcesiaior oonow, Jish Killing' IVIso Saiv.s. Most people are anxious to get the fust unauthorized telegram neWs; I want mv news alio ut four davs old. r, abandoning Florida tj1L. j think i stand sum chance to hear the from X',v Orleans suv that thetv hvj bee -i to thu Democrats. truth. it unit mei ami tempiasimns v for carrvin" out this scncnie man woum ue nouuiig men; man a magus. ,.i,;,oU- iWnished bv .John Mor- The ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 17 November 1876

nnULCOALt AMU lit I AIL CIA MP vrro Marshal Murray is doing quite a hogging business, as ex-otlicio poundmaster, which Hiuiwn toroaunloadin; at Bashiord fc Co's.. PRESCOTT AND IL f m"'1'1 at ' "'" hwu- Several of Miller Brother'8 teams are in PAUL'S DKY PROCESS. The Heat In Arizona. COMPAKATIVK GEOGUAI-HV. lew linen before f 1m vil.l!r W" . :.. I... i. ... i i lie foluiU'imr. which im llr fmm . T Hnuirn i'u nKnt.i : Pir a K lift UUL UOl III lis pitrseilL pcriCClCUl ' " """ u"i .vuoutoi mi; anew Vermont, IThlfiough the principals involved arcniid paper is going the rounds. The wri- Palestine is about one fourth the size of laic,vi7,:dry and fine pulverization andjter has been prudent enough to withhold not ew York- Ealgamation. The whole thing nowjoniy tlc lallJ jHlt th(J 1:it(. from wl Hindoostan is more than a hundred time., afbenecteu ny several new patents, pn - . ,f . . as i!irgc a9 Palestine --fcthroasrli the tuning ana Scientific, . , .. " " i " " "'" latent agency. Mr Paul ha...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 November 1876

i5535eSA Jtlincc aaoo0l ?! ill a: a-; T 1 Vol. XlH--Nor47;- THE ARIZONA IINER. -m ".s . ' t , . . - - - - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ! ' ' ' I ' T cr. BUTLEE The first numher of the W'KKKLY Ml.Vr.lt ra issued on -larch" J, m. nV.ln tits, it thirteenth year. It cnn, with truth, claim ti be tl" o'ueit. and best nexvirapei la tin Territury. 1 Subscription Ratas JneCopy, One Year.. .-. ' " Six Month " Three Jlnnth.,. single CIics.. ............ -...S7.00 .... 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. One lnrh fl" line of thin type) in column. $3.00 for first insertion nnd 1 50 pr iuch for each oilditifinal inertion. A liberal discount from aliore rate will ho made to per sons vho udveriise Inreoly by the ytar, half year or quarter. Professional "and business cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending ns rawer foi subscription, advertising r lob work, may forward it by stail, or otfierwi, at their own risk. Ltgal Tendrr' iVofei - aWn at par.in paymtntlfor tub tcription, adrtrtiting and jo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 November 1876

(5& '1. .J. .Butler. Editor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1876. Thursday next Lt "Thanksgiving Day, JohaDcIIaitr who is supposed to be in Ari7.onar is ndviscd that his fatlicr, Jolm De Hart, at Hill a Ferry, 3Icrccd Connty, Cali fornia, is anxiotss about him. John B, Montgomery, was married in Phucuix, Nor. 1st. to Mrs. Allie Fitzpat rick. The Kecordcr of Pima County, S. W. Car penter Esq., was married in Tucson on Nov. 10th to Miss TJomassa .Meyers.-. A. E. Winawski, with whose ability as a musician our people arc too familiar to re quire further cbuuiiuurisecmjto have taken Tucson by storm. The Citizen of the 18th h in cxtacies. "The Court lloiiMC was never better filled than on the night of the Hth inst, when Winawski played. We see by the Citizen of the I8th, that Lieutenant E. D. Thomas, Engineer Officer of this Military Department, spent several davd in Tucson last week. He has been surveying the reservation for Camp Thomas on the Gila. General Thomas Wilson was also in that city ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 November 1876

j t AY vmzx FRIDAY, NOVEMiiEK 187G. Church Notice. e ......... o.... . m"J1 si the Mf)'lodUt KdIi eopal Cliurcb. ua MaHna 'street.' ITecott. Sunday se.iool tmineaiansiy mwr er-:cc. RKV. Mil WlLKT. Methodist South, will preach at 11 A. H.. and 7 t. M , each Saoday. at T. 11. IW boose. o McCormlck street. Spccul Notice, in the reading column vill be charged a: me rate oj ----- j;- or Af insertion, and twenty cents a Itne for each tuhteijticnt insertion. Local Intelligence. From Saturday's Dally. Wm. M. Buflum, Hsq., bought tho old School building, sold to-day by auction, for four hundred and seventy-five dollars. J. S. Johnson has sold his ranch on Upper Verde, to a Mr. Gordon, and gone to llay lon's .Kerry, on Jsalt Itivcr, to live. Yesterday, in transfering an account of tho number of packages brought by tho Colorado steamer for various parties in Pres cott, from the Daily to tho Weekly Minek, we accidenially .separated tho introduction from tho figures, and they appeared in two ins...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 November 1876

HflflH--------flH IJI The Virginia Chronicle tells of a young Cornish miner named Lean, -who went to a fashionable boarding house in Virginia City engaged elegant rooms ::t $40 per month, paid in advance, and was the landlady's fa voritc lodger, until one morning he walked into the parlor and astonished her ladyship with thft announcement that he had made up his mind to marry her favorite daughter, and luuLcomc to ask her consent to the tin- ion, but if it was withheld he should marry her all the same, as they had hoth dctemi ined upon it let the consequences be what they might. The old lady flew into a pas sion, ordered him to leave the house and ncTcrTcturn and assigned her daughter to apartments up stairs where she was bid to remain and not come down without permis sion until her mother should choose to re move the, restriction. Thus matters went on for a few days when one morning a Chinese sen-ant came down stairs with such haste as to almost break his bones screaming-at the top...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 1 December 1876

in titer Vol. XIII. No. 48. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, ..BY T. J. 33 TJ" T L E R The Britn.iml.er of the W'KEKLT MlXEit wai iMUedon AxttM 9. 1861. Aai in thl. It thirteenth year, it can, rlth truth cUim to be the omen, ana Deit newipapei 1b the Territory. Subicriptdon Rates Jns Cpy, One Year S7.00 " Six Month. 4.00 " Three Mntht 2.50 dingle Cole. 25 Advertising Rates. One inch ("12 Jinofthii tvpO In e.ilijsm. S3.00 f.ir fimt Hi-rtin nml 51 oil pr Inch lor each anditlnnal Insertion A liberal lir.unt fr.rn a'mre ratei will be made to per untrb. adrertiis largely by the year, half year or quarter. i'rofentnnal and basinet cardi Inserted npon reasona ble trrmi. Perwins eodinir ns mnner foi snWription. ftdTertiinr or )ow worK may rrwanl it li trail, or otherwise, at their own rlV. Laa Tender A'nfet aken at par in payment for tub icriptinn. attrtrtiting and job tcnrk. J-CTkiimh. In advance invariably. USENTS FOK THE AIlXEtt. Sin Francito Ciai. W. Crane. 426 Montgomery stre...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 1 December 1876

At I -f- I A A. AM r.i ill' r T. .J. Uutleir. KUitor. FRIDAY. DECEMBER J, 187C. LATEST The Court cy Election ! The Official Return ns cnnva'ed by the Hoard of CanraMers for Yavapai County, A. and returned Nov. 28. 1370'. DELEGATE f" Hiram. Si. Stevens Alexandra 2, Apache 58, Bradshaw 1, Beaver Creek 2, Date Creek 1, Humbug 8, Kirkland 1, Lower Agua Fria 12, Mount Hope 2, Obcd 4, Prescott 48, Pee piea Valley 2, Senator Mill 1, Springerville 28, Upper Verde 1, Williamson Valley 3, Verde 3, Walnut Grove 30, Weaver 9, Wiek euburg2l: Total, 222. 'Q. H. Oury Alexandra 4, Alamo 25, Agua Fria 2, Apache 16, Bradhaw4, Beaver Creek 3, Chino Valley 1, Humbug 3, Kirk land 10, Oueit 4, Prescott 112, Peeplea Va ky 5, Skull Valley 2, Senator Mill 2, Spring erville 17, Upper Verde 2, Verde -8, Wil liamson Valley-7, Walnut Grove 13, Weaver 2, Wiekenburg 14 : Total, 256 W. H. Hardy Alexandra 36 Agua Fria 25, Apache 9, Bradshaw 2, Beaver 8, Cluno Valley 1U, Uate Ureek W. liumtniff, Kirkland Valley II, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 1 December 1876

mtx. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1876. Church Notice. Serriees erery San4ay, at 10:30. at lh Methodist Epis oepnl Church, oa Marua street. Prescott. Sunday school ttmediaMy alter .rr,ce. Kcv. D. B. WkIOIit. P-stor BBT. Mil. WlLET. Methodlit South, will preach at 11 x. U.. wA7 r. U , each Sunday, at T. U. Head t house, a McCuT click street. i-kcial Notices in tAe reading column tcill be charged at the rate of ruunr cr.STS ;erNe fartof imertion, and ttcnty cm'. a line ,'cr each wubtejuerittntertion. Local Intelligence. From Saturday's Dully. Joo Fourshea is with Capt. Frink's mill, -which is beinj shipped to the lirsisbaw Mountains. Jim Buna saw hi;n as ha came out Joe vtai anticipain,? a time when he reacted Proco-t after a tediouj trip acroas tuu desert. An acquaintance with hiin extending baek to 185:!, improaos u.i with ihe belief that Ajvt men have passed a more chequered ihiriy years experieiua than he. At least half the tiino since lbj'J, he has been flat upon the bed-rock, while much ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 1 December 1876

L. BASIIFOItD&CO'S COLUMN SPECIAL NOTICES. STAGE LINES. SAW-MILLS. MEDICAL. g. .- j - - v V T . M ( i 4. ' V f "Jfc. A. Centennial Snake Story. J From the Concordia fK.iniAt) KoWrp-ise. October 00. On Saturday last .were asked by 3Ir. Jonathan' FulfVTrd if we had "heard abont the snake." "We hadn't and he proceeded to tell U3 a story that we'at first thought incredible, but which we are at last fain to believe and which wc now know to be true f hanng-seen'the horrid iijrht, and can vouch with gworm affidavit it necessary, a3 can others who have visited the bcene within the East two weeks, &3 to the truth of what we ave to relate. On the- 2nd instant, toward evening, a young pn of 3Ir. A. ThQBijwon who live: about eight and and a half miles from town southward, was passing over a hill on tits farm of Mr. Gibbs Myers, a neighbor, in quest ofdiii father's cattle, when he step ped, accidentally, into a small hole, aud drawing his leg'out quickly drew with it several serpents. Th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 December 1876

rr --cr-mr T- r l " " " " . VOl. UU. DV. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, 5c BEACH. C. W. BEACH. J. II. MARION-. Tbe flrttnumberof the WEEKLY MlXF.lt wan iwuedon lurch 9. 18G4. an In tmi. i xuineenlh ymr. it can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, and belt newipspei In the Termor;. Subscription Rates One Opjr, One Year S5.00 ix .tionin. 3 0g " " Three Month. U5 fttBj;iei;irles 25 Advertising Rates. One Inrh f 12 llnei of tliii typ). in column. W.00 for flrit insertion and $1.00 per inch for each additional Insertion. A liberal diacount from above rate will be made to ner ton who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. I'rofeuional and basinew cards inserted upon reasona ble erms. Persons sending us money foi subscription, advertising r jo wors. may zorwara u Dy stall, or otuerwif e, at their own ris. Ltgal Tender Kotos aken at par in payment for tub teription, advertising and job twrfc. KsT" TEnilij. In advance intariably. POETRY. THE BLARNEY STOXE. BV J. a. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 December 1876

tt3 Orff on j orl Wi4 Mot A- FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1876. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. All account t for adrertising and sulscrip . . . , , iwij in or 10 inc Miner, iciicn oeeome aueoa or be fore the lltii day of JJecentber. J376. and all bills for legal advertisements tehich jippeared in the Miner prior to that date are due and payable to T. J. butler. All accounts accruing since that aate are patable to Marion and Beach, present proprietors. SALUTATOKY. Taking it for granted that a great many if not all, patrons of tlic Arizona 3Iixeh (daily, weekly and job department), have al ready read and paid due attention to the "Valedictory"' of our excellent friend, Gen era! T. J. Butler, late editor and propnotor of the 3Iixek, which appeared in the hist weekly, and to his "Good night," printed in last Saturday's daily,' it only remains for us -to confirm Mr. Butler's dual announcement, by stating that we have, by purchase, be come proprietors of the Auizoxa Mixek sa tablishment, ground, houses, pr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 December 1876

P i s?.r FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1870. Church Notices. Service every Sunday, at 10:30. at Ibe Methodist Kris copal Church, on Marina tt reel, Irescntt. Sunday school immediately after service. Rev. D. B. WltlGHT, Pastor RRV. Jilt. WlLEY. Methodist South, will preach at 11 X. and 7 r. IL, each Sunday, at T. U. Head's house, oa McCormicK street. Stecial Notices in the reading columns trill be charged at the rate of Tiuuxr cr.vrs per line for first insertion, and ttceniy cents a tine or each subsequent insertion. LOCAL, NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY. It nffords us pleasure to be able to state that our honorable and honored friend, J. P. Hargrove, is fast regaining good health. The New 3Iexico Mail, John Rarick, con ductor, arrived here last night. John had twelve "passajerof." See advertisement of Frederick & Hcenan, workers in tin sheet iron, etc. See notice of Aztlan Mill Company, under lieau of rcv Advertisements. Eggs are worth a market. dollar a dozen in this Wc learn that the old Quarte...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 December 1876

MINES AXQ MIXING. as our Mexican friends say. Scarcely had I How Engraving are Made. the Colonel disappeared when ourother "old pard," B. H. Weaver, ivho is now a bloated "A fifteen year old boy," 'who was born aristocratic store-keeper, advanced upon us, snu lias always lived west of the Kocky holding firmly in his hands a tumbler full -Mountains,? where he has not learned to can of gold, which he informed us came out of niniseu anytnwg out a "uoy- learner as yer, Messrs. Anders & Rowe, merchants, Pres cott, have been kind enough to inform us The Annual Report of General Kautz, commanding the Department of Arizona, which appeared in Monday's Minek, is a document of rare merit, truthful in its asser tions, and stronir in its quiet, effective way i ii ii 1 the chunk recently found bv Mr. Bross, on -ue ouiu nave signcti inmseii a young of the ustorv 0f Military and Indian the Uassavamna. lie further stated, that he""" "u -i: v had more from the same source, which he t ? . -l :.- ....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 December 1876

" . Ml Vol. XIII. No. 51. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVEBT FRIDAY, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1876. THE OLD PATHFINDER. Established 184. CAPTAIN JO. WALKER. .sr.... c. W. BKACTT. BEACH. J. H. MARION. mild in manners. He had thu!a ?n u souri for many years, on the frontier; had been among the earliest adventurers to cauwree, wnere ne went to trap beaver. ne re ThelntnumWof the WBSKW Mines wu luaedon ir.i. 9 1E64. ro4 in this. lt thirteenth year, it can. with truth, claim to be the oldeit, and bet netupaper la the Territory. Subscription Rates o..e cw. One Year 55,00 ten by the Editor, Captain sit MoDthi !) nn L.1. -i. ... e " " Three Montbi , Single Cvfltt From lh in two ot our mnfpmnnroM v ana was taken hv thw Snnia?a Reporter, and the Santa Rosa Democrat, we tumued. M,8souri and had acted by turns CnA Jj , . . . "vfc, I gg ahentT. trader i wwajueu ana interesting bioirraDhical cnin.j T , "-ye uum ue was sketches of the late Captain iS S 'ted as a leader by Ca...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 December 1876

FRIDAY, DEC. 1876. A'SPtEKDID ESTABLISHMENT. "50- All account for adcertUina and tulxcriv- tiont in or to the Miner, which become due on or Be fore the llth day of December, 1876, and all bills for leaal advertitemenU which aweared in the Miner mar, to fntu aatc are cote ana payable to its parts, 80 we will endeavor to give sucn Ot, a. jouiier. jiu accounts accruing Jince mai M3J f e : nH ?t mn This is what residents-, and visitors from elsewhere have remarked,? upon looking at and through'the great mercantile establish ment .of C.-P. Head & Sq., (the company beingjjv. S, .Head; , brdUierfcto C. P. Head) which "is situate on the northeast corner of Montezuma and Gurley streets, Prcscott. The establishment is now complete, in all date mre-pf able to Marion proprietort. and Heath, present Tho Selcgatechlp. It- will be seen by a dispatch .from Tucson that Secretary Hoyt has taken the same view of the matter of canvassing the votes, of Jhc differeat Counties aw- that urged by Judge ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 December 1876

FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1870. Church Notices. . ........ , WtirtdiW at 1 II- Is l of tha Tl- copal Caurrh, on Marina street, Prescott .Sunday cliool Mediately after wrrice. KEV. D. B. WkiguT. Paitor REV. Mre. WlLEV. Method! South, will preach at 11 ju M..sau 1 cotuouu;, - nouio, 0n Special Notices in tAe readinc columns tn7 i fcdlf eteoTniBTrcnsT8r,ne for first insertion, and ticeniy cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Local Intelligence. FRIDAY. Jim Cahil's train, wun lumber from Curtis' mill, for Bill bmith, I. Irvin and owiermw ic ouuCu uul T;nnm Snrmne's THrnir lrv.rfr.,1 ,.r. . , .... , . visions, xc, at uampueirs store, anu struck out for the Peck Mine, Saturday afternoon. G00D.-MT. Sanford informs us that J. W. Knott had a very hard time, pulling through the past few days and nights, but is now past the crisis. rni.n t. - iP. i.j j " gers. Mr. Sherman and a committee of ladies are working like beavers on Christmas tree, J &c. Prescott has the finest school-house anj the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 December 1876

IJte ke x. FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1876. LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK. SATURDAY. 3utter is worth $1.00 a pound in this mar ket. Judge Chas.T. Hayden, of Maricopa coun ty, arrived here to-day. J. M. Bryan, the freighter, arrived here this morning, by stage, from Ehrenberg, Religious. Wc have been requested to state that 3Ir. Monk, a minister -who is here, en-route to Tucson, mil preach, to-morrow (Sunday,) in the new Methodist church, west side of Granite creek. Frank Murray (the present incumbent) and John Brickwood, arc the only candidates, so far, for the village marshalship. J. L. Fisher, auctioneer, disposed of reBtaurant furniture, canned goods, OhnPt- mas turkies, etc, yesterday, to very good advantage. Turkies went low SI 75, each. Silver. Messrs. Bowers Sc Richards received, to-day, $3,500 worth of silver from the Aztlan mill, the product ot a tew tons ot .Feck ore. Our old friend, Col. Edward Caney, has returned from San Francisco, in rather poor health. A big lot of lumber, for the imp...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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