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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 7 January 1871

THIRTY-FIFTH PARALLEL ROUT 62? Tho Stctefeldt Furnace Its Construc tion and Use. A great deal hw been heard in this State, htelv, nbout the Stetefclrit Furnace. wty the White Pine A'ifJ of November 21st, and sorno persona have an Idea that it is used tor smoltinp; ores; but as this U not the case, we give below a description of its construction antl line : , , , , . Tho furnace was invented by Charles A. Stctefeldt, of AustiD, in this State, and ia Intended for roaitln?, or rather chloridizing ore, ftftcr it lias passed through the battery of a mill. It I a shaft furnace In which tho pulp ia not roamed by stirring, at in tho old htsblonod revcrbcratory furnace?. l)iit bj full ing through tho flume. Tho shaft is about thirty feet high; on the top of it U tbe feed, inj; machine, consisting of a cast iron water frame, which support a punched 6crccn, closely over which, move a wire cloth, cut ting tho pulp and forcing it through tho screen., An elevator hoits"thc pulp into this feeding ...

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. — 14 January 1871

V '". -' WEEKLY Ti5r MINER. VOLUME VIII. THE ARIZONA MINER. t,roii5HF.n EVERY SATURDAY MOKNING. rnESCorr. yawaVcocsty, mixova. SUIWCBHTION: .";.'ir S7 00 0: -?J. "M : ; ' 4 00 We Month 2 ! PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY M, 1871. NUMBER 2. LETTER FHOM SAN FRANCISCO. 25 ... . i .....i nniMt nam lor in ..Kd w. .M"Wy be dfecontlnned at the cinclr Copies. ml.) for. ttlCl lire " l AOVKIM'IHIN-O-. rw , wc, one tlm". ?W0: well additional 1' ? SI 3". nacii ""' . .,.-..rlinrnt for three, six, or i n; i .' months. rtuotit'le terms. job Frintinpr. Tilt MtH office I well supplied tilth Presses. K "rncr and Ornamental Type. Hw P rtor I. a.termlnr.l to exeruto all work with -i h- may be tavorcd In the iittr.t and best ,t!oftbcarl. War mv he ordered from any part or the TmUorv. and. when arrompanled with the rh. U promptly executed mid scut by mm!, or vi dirtttctJ. . If- inn.v inr lllcrilllit). llti-nWnC or jr wnrK. in " " or r :tiTle. at th"'r owu rl' op- rni Twin- .Vo Me P"r payment...

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. — 14 January 1871

4 o p-vwtoott. Ai'luonu Territory. svTiri:ivv MTts'ivf.. jwuabvu hci. StrwU- c-p- of 1" Mini .. (M ! punch-wl at ibe R;mval of HsadtiuarterJ. Br an order pu!i,ie-tel-nvuerc in so-unj THE APACHES AGAIN. We wore nlotit to indite another " crtislnff" HgaiiHt tlio red devil whoj!il around undur the above name, and commit all sorts of out inj;ei ujion peiuvnblo Anglican citir.cns in this Territory, w'n-n our attention was direc ted to Uiu fblloivinn able article in the Son Francisco C.7, wiikh we herewith copy and Mi.scr it will b a -en that the Headquarters I whore in the virinity if the Dep,rt,nt of An?a, .re tempo, Intiiictl tr Colonel (.come Sf oiiemnn, Comninml hiK J)!iuirlm'it ol' Ai-izonu. . ' . nppmvo : "The Government Indian Agent in New Mexico write to Commissioner Parker, from Sant.1 To, with nrard to the selection of n iii..-i-i---ti--i fur tin? .Southern Amcbw, some- ol tort Miinton. lie ojion to believe that the 1. .. I... ..,.! i iftli- mint- thn arily innifcrrM u umm iiim...

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. — 14 January 1871

. ..... i.r,. . - tmv ' 1 "locu! Intelligence. i Pukscott, January U, ISJl. Toll Road to Skull Valley. VolMrn that a company ha been fonncd It, m .,1 ice lor H'u eoiulructloi, of a toll rood from iV rnUrnrUc which biu bceti uiged by the U "nil or Pt, U nutter of no llltlo ..cMboinmunUy. It will cnthc dTAunce between thu two pulnt-. m'.uo fifteen "doc freight mi our Maple. Ana when the ,bo road . further extended, through Peep C VnlUv and aero to thu UUwk Tanks avoiding nbcitrcuttou, route by Ull' Canyon ami Date "Cu-U.tlu dlftnncc t" Colorado river will be aboticucd about forty mile. Two Murders. The Kpr-ulsli dance bouse on Granite .trcct, wan the ccue of a double murder on Sunday night Jul. Prom t Li.it wcoii gather, the circumstan ce re follow ' 11 PPr "'at an American, while dati' his wltli : Mexican woman, deliberate ly knocked her down, when lie wa twle.i Ilred at bytbcbir.Lnder; lie tveupod liom lliu house, li'owcur, titil.aimud. ImmcdlMely after, a uliot wa tired through a b...

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. — 14 January 1871

Kowipapors, Magazines, Etc. The Sin Prancisc S.-itntitc . journal that his accomplished moro Tor the iii'iiier of this coast than all the proles-or. and ruining nh.irp from New M.-;W to Dakota, ha completed its 2lHt volume, and promises to continue it good work of instructing tinner A Conscientious Radical Politician. It is o seldom that ono of the above sort comet to the notice of the public, we think we can aflbrd to mention the case of John K. Drip!.", who recently run against Judge potithcrlanrt (l)em.) for Congress in Michi gan. Mr. LMggs was defeated, hut hi polit ical friends urged him to contest, and here is what ho said to their proposition : "It is enough for me to know that I did not receive n majority f all the votes, and that Mr. Sutherland dirt. It, tnrreiore, no gUfJccUatwouis. r, . 1 IHUV ,l. JWVlU.MPtv ... --T . mill-men mid other, and making known tlic j Kjloul(1 i,e rcfvlscd n certificate, and even a mineral resourced of the mining Mates ami M,at , ()ngros. and bo...

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. — 21 January 1871

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER VOLUME Till. TUB ARIZONA MINEJt. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT- ..it, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. HtTjmcnnmoN-i . , ,A,lf ono Yr. 5 Six Cntlis 4 00 . Thre. Month 2 50 MusS-' rnplc ; i 2f Paw win "i lw nn'p I""1 ",r ,n ,-an4.nnl will inrartnhly be dlaconUtiacd at the Cad of tins lime laid lor. ADV K U n rt 12 : One Kiiwrr. one tlttir. f-Tlio; each additional time, ?l."i. K.U h additional nuare, tiu' rate. A IIIt:1 dl-emmt will ' rnsdp to persons con tliiiilnir tin' '"" dvertl.einU for three, six, or icle months. Vrnfodnruil r business card Inserted upon tnuimshle terms. Job J i- i ii t i 11 jr . Thk Misflu offlir Is well supplied with l'rcsr, Plain, Kam'V and Ornamental type, mid the pro. prMnr l liitcrmlned to execute nil work with which he may he favored In thene-itest and btl Ile of the art. Work tnsv ti ordered from tiny part of the 'Territory, arid, when arcompauh'd wltli the null, 'It will I pwraptljr executed and sent by mail, or U dlri-ctcA. IVr."m dc...

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. — 21 January 1871

t ' V LETTER FROM TUCSON. Itcfi&latlva ami Other Mnttors. Vtvxoott, JVrlr.onu 'X'orrUjory. SATfKDAY MOKNMXK. J.VNTAKV LK). ' Single f.Tir, T U.e MlNSU 1 I'HW.m-l nt tV. Iti1ic. Tucson, Janrary 0, 171. J"V Bilir 0 Iht Arhinui Miner: There is not much of intertM going on nt ... . 4 present. Bomo littlo buttonholing nti log rolling for tho ollices of the coming l.egtsw- Phillips, of Yuma, Cartter, of 1 avapai, Letters from Tucson. Titson, Arizona, Dec. 30, 1870. To tlit Rtitoruf the J r bona Miuer: "Wo people of Tucson nrca great people, nnd Southern Arizona is a great country 1 I just mention the fact, a it may not have- occurred to many of your rentier. Vf t had a Chriit mas hall woof Southern Arizona. Of course wo wen; not ail on iiauu. it took mace on Pima Indians. lure. and StlrWv. of Pima, arc candidates for Monday, which wns rather nn insult to Old Picsident of the Council. For tMeaker 01 Christmas, who had jioriMieU twenty nours " " . .. ... . v I . . 1 1 I r!..uluMii if .....

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. — 21 January 1871

As. ' J"---" 'V ! MILITARY Local InteU.Kcncc, rnv..rotT. January 2l. 1871. MINING ITEMS. T W . nun, are I... sinking on thrfr lode. etucnt. f competent judges, l.o 1MV T.si " .i,... nro irmtllf ML' nonalty exsu auuncu imrv i r- - - Tins universal cry in uiu ni' :;;;r;,u,'.o.l!n,a,i... uu . m , .iiieri.rl.liii: capitalists to opcralo-un-SJ5 . i S2nJ h.siory ofhc .oert i&t fortune. await those who erect the llr.t "uhirlry Taylor Iim found another rich lode. Aiwtyof Canadians are sluicing on Humbug r-L- .nt with what ''"'u wo aro m" l W.. Hup, ttie mill I" running tin 'a ..vnrvil.hnr looks well. A spur of U good ore, ie Kunc- ,,e rrln has lw Urnck, wmc of Iho tiro Iroto whlrb Io!Jfd enormously. Indeed, portions of It hive cd m high W IH-rton. ,A l.w .li-o brought "" ''J Mr- ('"' nchcM .li f 'u ,WW! "WM lu a ,0I,K ,lmfl tL Mine gentleman brought tcr a good-M-d . lfoi mual, which ! -xir-ntcd from the tire ol IM nfHlv dUcovrred spur. The mother ledge (lie Kugenle), I now In i'U nilld ...

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. — 21 January 1871

THIRTY-FIFTH PARALLEL ROUtc CV aUtecdtancoiui. I OEES FROM NORTHERN ARIZONA. Edward Cany, one of tlte oldest of our San Fraticiaco pioneers, inn recently lironght down from the highland. of Arizona I'M each, cop taining some six tons of ore. which niter cnuhing. i found to j it-Id j-er ton or pound SUO II in silver and three and a half per cent, of lead, llowland A Co., who crushed the above, state that a large portion of it was of wall or casing rock, ot no valuo. It is estimated the vein ore would yield over $200 per ton in silver. This ore can bo brought to San Franei-oo from the mines, rliiMi arc in thi; vicinity of Prcscott, at an vwnw nf S70 ner toti. Tho iwivenso of traiunortation of sotuo 400 miles by learners ou the Uio Colorado, and from thence by sail ing; vessels to San Francisco, is merely nomi nal. These lilO sacks were purchased by Cross & Co., and shipped to England for smcltimr and retining. Why cannot we get canitalists to have works put ui in our own neighborh...

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. — 28 January 1871

THE WEEKLY i ARIZONA i MINER. VOLUME VIII. TllEAItlZONAlUNElt. PUBLISHED EVEOYSATORPXr HORSING, .TRESCOTT, YAVAl'Al COUNTY, Ant.OXA. SUHHCIUlTION-t One Opy. Om. Ti oar. . .i Fit Months. 3 Xft .. Three Month J 'Xww wIH not 'em units' pajd for In ad p!Tm"1 MmII .-HHirnWy be discontinued nt the .ad oMhcllmi- pihl for. ADVKH'l'WWC'i On jnr, one lira'. U additional lira.' ft-. Kie-b sM"liut "!-. " r,1- illrral distant til mate to wmniw rw. tlnnltti HC rmc ajvtls:mcut for three, slx,or twelve tliotltlin. tVifeulmtd or badness cant Inserted upon rwitilt term. Tol Printinpf. Tub Miser "fllco Is well suppll'M with TrcMc. ft? K-mcv and On.nmcnt.il Tyi-e. ami tin- pr.j. l Art,tml.Hd t execute Ml work with Ws hf nur be favored In the uwfcwt and best ,(Vir'ltVirt. Vortt iwv t ordered frm any oarl ' '"' . '..1 .rl aKixittttl'inll-ll with the CUsIl, it will !' promptly cx&stei yl ent by null, of u din-ctcd. Aiirrti-inL'i.rH.wrl.MiiT forward It by mail, or othi rwln-, t thrrwit risk. ' ' J. 11....

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. — 28 January 1871

' JwacU j.rlurtu 'X'orrltory. gATCfc-nxv MOUSISO. JASVAKY 2k. 171. Oencr.il Stoneman's Report, A ynorl of " General Stoncwaii's Tlcport To tlic War Department,"' appears in some of our cxclimges. He recommends llto abandon ment of all but eight post, preach w economy, scores contractors for former Miortcotnitig, and inakta assertion regarding Apaches ntitl other Indiana, which wo do not approve Hut, then, what wc have seen U but a Ryu tjpsts of his report, and is, no doubt, filled with error. Wc will have more to say upon ( tliti subject hereafter, and tag citizens whit . now feel atrricved over tho General's enndu- . , . . i .1 sions and recommendation, to suspend their judgment until after reading and digesting the entire report. If Stonctnan has erred, Stoncman Is as capable of ucknowledping and correcting errors as he is of rendering the Territory and country good service. .,. . Mr. Howry's Letter. Syltcster Mo wry writes a flrftratc letter, lmt ho inractimes mixes fact with fan...

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. — 28 January 1871

7 Local Intelligence. VMarrr. January 28. 1S7I ' obr town-stores, rrfe.'u " w cannot r '',tt'rorrvl";1Sl j:roK'faM,l.uiWcMl.. assert bat or cltlr-uis mucking on" "I"' Iniprovrraiiilt. VSlii.wdlB tl.'. tlm ami ll.o dryness , and other Uu.1o.nc,. at worl .repairing. Km !Ji ....I making eoi.,for.ab)c M " HMd.-.pUoi- is no one or ti." ' J'";; .J,,, J.lortablc bnlMhip In town, n.-t thertorc vvlileti Mr. llashford liarj a laru n:tl rotU) .win of cro. erics, provlrlon, clothing, etc., Is nwnndwsolns reitrs. which, when completed, Mill Kt it -ll rbl't putlily. Mr. II. Is ouuof tbu wmlilil'-'t met chants lu Arlramn, mid bw bcfr.cn dd many l"v,r "inu. Tt,..rttr.3.1v.-mclii-' John i. O.tBplicll, of tht ntcu.i.e. wH tn-di riJ Mr-dealing firm of UmpMI A Hurtum, Montezuma ttc.,t, Is Mill nt otk Improvlm; ,'ri'k (,,orfi- ,n,,! tf'"'"--).mi-c .ili.l gfomi Js, and tt.j belu to think, In fact know, lie will lrta doiug - a.luugaiUc fives. Thirty tlioiiuml doUvi would not replwe the mw'y l I'' 'f""1 bc...

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. — 28 January 1871

. , s'fc LEGAL. EIIREXBEHG. THIRTY-FIFTH PARALLEL ROUTE. 19- C3SB SUMMONS. LETTER FROM TUCSON. (VIOM Ot'K KBOULAtt CO Bit R P O S l EXT Tiiranv. Pima Countv. Arizona, . , . . January 5, 1871. T the Editor of tlx Arizona Miner: Your correspondent lias ppent tlio whole week tn a fruitless effort to discover some thing new and important to communicate, but the time has flown past so merrily in re joicing over the liirth of the new year and tho collaiwo of the ohl one, that, although there are some new thing iu view, there are fow of them important. Tho New Year Was celebrated, at its advent, by tho two foivlidowed in mv last letter. The Shoddyit'cs, or CodJbb Aristocracy, A they aro vulgarly called here, I am told, did not attend, and tho balls were propor ttooably free and jolly. These Bhoddyite, or Codfish people, arc a class in themselves. For tho life of me, I cannot tell what State, or what part of the several States, they hail from ;and, I'll make affidavit to thi, that, if they ...

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. — 4 February 1871

I AEIZONA MINER ! I THE WEEKLY pW , -St volume vm. TIIE ARIZONA .MIKBK. 00 00 60 23 ml. the pUnUSHED EYERY SATURDAY MORNIM. rBESCOTT. TAVAPA1 COUNTY, iffllXOKA. siruHCiairiON's ; Oae Copy, One Y,Mr... $4 4i Three Months, Sln?1e Copi ", . i.,ivrr l nnt t n,t milt paid for hi ts'ii-eT n.l sNI irnrMlj br dUvcontiniicd at ead of the ttic yW fw- One snin one tl each addiltmrtl, lira ". U-W. E-wli additional wtno rate. A lll.-'al Uf count will be noe to person row tlnu'ns t!"- aUrUtforiwe,iilx,or luclvr tnoiitb. jfofrlmiAl or boelncs cant Inserted upon reasonable term. .Job Xrintin5y . . !... t.L. TUB JIIIBU olilCO V ffCHf niiliiu nn i u( Fhlit, Kimy ni'l OrnimcnUl Type, ami the pro-vrk-or l JcteriatiH'd to rxeente all work Willi illicit be m-'y be favored In the neatest and best eltlu in mo ru ljt! HI mo i ... . - t - t Ar it. Y4or irisy lie iirnrnni m.mh wt; '... ... Territory, urnl, when awmnpwletl with the otvMi It will be promptly executed and sent by tnnil, o 4 directed. t ..... .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. — 4 February 1871

visuHsfri - q-' Irwrtt, .A-rluouu 'l'orrltwy. SATUIiDAY MOItNISO. FKHRl'AUV 4. 1871. Mail Matters. Our clllsens feel blirhly pleased over the news that mall servlcu Is wmir to he placed oh the route to New Mexico rind" afl ho)c tint some enterpris ing nun, or etnnpany, will tret the contract, which 1 to be avari&d by th .TOlh of next tnonth. Here U tv tTne initiy and f.ivorable opportunity to cs ttMUh a goo' Urn: of fcri upon Oil gap In the test an J shortest route between the southern and SOUfliwcstfrtl States, ntid the Pacific. As propo sals wlIT le opened at Washington March 1st, next. It U now nlwmt too l ite to forward any from this Territory. Our authority for spreading the good xews, last week, u derived from the following, found In a Department advertisement In the 8-iuU mo Post of the; 7th ulC 2o. ttlu From AluiKiuerrjoe to l'rcscott, (Ari zona Territory,) 431 miles and back, once a week. Itldders to profuse schedule of departures aud arrivals. A toon m mall service U p...

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. — 4 February 1871

Local Intelligence. l'nrjtcorr. February 4, 1671. MINING INTELLIGENCE. Rcc.nl dl.covcrb of tlcli and extensive .llvrr mir, In the Bn..Uluw District have greatly j our community, and the natural rcaul U a SiVt ruh of ,o.Je to that locAllty. pod More land and ' "Brnc,! tt0m ,hef8 ?l. ' Si flvo hundred pound. f the or which, after mealed, careful away, prouom.ccd e.i to 'l ,J; SrroAt ore A high A W aWmmrri of WW, per ton or rock, wen. ob blued, and the lowest aoay exceeded eight hmi. drat ounce The principal tnti.e-tbc -Tiger' -I, , well .Mined lode, cropping out contliiumisiy, for a dUtmcc of nearly three tulle, "d In place where ttio lodge cm be fairly seen. 'wli' width of Ms feet, Work W to bo commenced at oni-conthUiulncandjmtlwldto Iks compo tent to Judge, ennfldeiitly expect tt will wjuM the celebrated ComMock. Work 1 progressing on a ore of other mine In thU district, mid the ruin r we .anguine or shcccm. It U cijicrtrd thai a Mw erftl will Kon be lu ojicratlon hi the heart of i...

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. — 4 February 1871

&2 CONTlXUr.D VltOJI -irst PAOB. Mexican mode of mining, long before tlio ac quisition of the Territory. After the acqin eiticn, considerable capital wns sent hero for mininc Investment with fair prospect or lib oral rcturrm; but tho anarchy incident to our civil war. which prevailed for severol yean, caused tho destruction or abandonment or nearly all mining enterprise, in th portion of our Territory. The proprietor of a mine situated a few miles south of lucson, known M tho Leo & Scott mine, recently freighted several tons of second-class oro to San Man cisco and received a handsome prof t thereon, after defraying all expenses. I believe there aro many mines now untouched in this por tlon of tho Territory that can be worked at a prolit with capital and judicious manage incut. Cool. No discovery Im been nude during the past year of gYontcr Importance to our mate rial interest, than that of an cxteruivo vein of most excellent coal in tho White mountain near Camp Thomas. It h...

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. — 11 February 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER f VOLUMK YIIL THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT. YAVAPAI COUNTY ARIZONA. BUHHOBin'ioN: One Copy, One Year $700 " Six Montli 4 00 - Three Months 3 50 Ancle Copies 25 l'sixr will not 1o sent unless paid for hi ad-inn-. nd will inrnrinbli be discontinued at itie ni of the time paid for. AD V JC 1 1 TJ I NO: On tnatr. one time. (3.00; 'wh Additional time, ItV). Rich ndilllloual square, same rate. A llhcr.il discount will tie md to persons ron tlmiln: the mwo advertisement for throe, six, or t write mouths. l'rof,l,i' or tmMnc. enrds Jnstrtcd upon Job Printing. tnr. MiNnit oi'tirc U vril supplied wlrh i'rcitjr-. Plain, Fancy Mid Ornamental Tri and the pro. priel'ir U Ji4rnnliied to execute (ill work wltli wlilr'li lie miy be stored In the neatest and beat si) le of the art. Wnrlc iniy be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with tlm nuh, It will t- promptly executed and sent by mall, or a illn-etfJ. prison smdl...

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. — 11 February 1871

4 kip 'JD! 15 I 11 1 XrHi(ott, Aristorm 'iVrHtovy. 8H' MV M SN'IS'a I'KII'UIAUY II 171. MILITARY MATTERS. A private letter, Utcl Drum Barrack, California, Jantnry ZV, ln(ortn us mat rirsi Licntcnunt E. W Stone, A. A. A. G., of General Stoneman's staff, Lai reached the Barrack, from Prvseott, ami wa about fit inj Sin Fr.vncicii. It nl nsurvs u that Genera! Stoncman intended to start lor the Territory about March first. Wit wMi lie vm here now, to direct movements a-jalnst tie Indians who arc more uctive than ever before. Then, our cititens would like to hear from liim about the naughty things he is accused of having said in his report. By tho way, the Legislature, and citueni of Tucson, hav taken oroo action upon the General report, and tho Press of Southern Arizona havo reported that action. Our citi zen', too, feci sore over what the Genernl ha said reg.rdlng "exorbitant prices," frivndli ness of tho Inuian," etc.. but tliey aro not disposed to condemn the General until after they ...

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. — 11 February 1871

or it Local Intelligence. MINING INTELLIGENCE. The News from Bradsbaw Setter and Better, Mora Rich Ledge Discovered, and a ' Towu Bito Laid Of Pjikscott, February H '8' INDIANS FOILED'. Wc have been In this Territory aincc 1803; bare shared in nil the ups and downs of life here; witnessed and participated iu ncatlv WrrOW ECflpo of a Train from Bdng. every ruining rush and excitement, but, never Captured. before have our people been so excited, so - buoyant and so hopeful over a mining dincov- KotwUtitlaiitling that the Apaches move .ry a they are over that recently mado in on their coveted prey with stealthy tep and jlradahaw district, and, really, they have just system worthy of a better raw and better csuwj for Ml their "great expectations.'1 Here- i.ev have often ticeii foiled in their nt- toforo, all tho excitement in this portion ot tempt to murder und steal. A caso In point tbo Territory, at least, have been over din- Jitlic following: Saturday hut, a pnity of coverits of gold...

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