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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 29 December 1876

"ITVxl TTTTT "ZZ. L. ' : . . . " . i . i THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, nr.. So BEACH. c. v. IIKACH. j. MAI,IOV Th flft,S?laber of tb Weekly Mbkk iru inBdon March 9. 1664. nnA u tvt. ;i. tM,)u.,L on Subscription Bates -v rt Ki-c -yj, une i ar cc nn I hree Mgntht . 1 7c ............... ............... 25 Advertising Rates. On inrt f12 linei of thU typo), in column. $3.00 for flnt u-nionnnaisi.jupprincDlorjch mlditicraal Iniwrtioo, A liberal diwwunt from altove rate will be made to rr. ont who advertue lugeXy by the year, half year or Pnfptional and kuitnei canU Inierted upon rtafona. hie terms. IVrionf endipt; woiy lot ubcrlptim, adrrrtiilajr j wu,i mj -loiirnni u d xkii, or utljertrU. at their own riik. Xpixl Tenr afon at par in payment for tvb. "Tp.ltMi. 7n advance inrariably. POETRY. Counted In, and Counted Out. Is no jicaoe for a soul That's distracted with doubt? "Let us know who is in, ,' I-ct us know who is ouf; For our eyes they grow Jim As on ifgures wo gaze' Tha...

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. — 29 December 1876

FRIDAY, DEC. 29, I87G. All avcntinti far advertising and subscrip tions in or to the Miner, xchich become dueon or be fore tie llth day of JDecember, 1876', and all bills for legal advertisements, vahieh appeared in the Miner prior to that 'date are due and pajable to T. J. Duller. . All accounts accruing since that dale are payable to Marion, and Beach, present proprietors. that it precipitated Charley to the ground. Johnny Dobb?, who was with him. on the driver's scat, sang out, in despair, that Charley was-killed; hut Charley escaped with slight injury to one of his legs, and won our esteem by his valiant, dexterous Masonic Installation. On "Wednesday evening, Dec. 27th, the Masonic order of this place installed their officers for the ensuing Masonic year with open doors. The Lodge room at the corner of Montezuma and Gurley streets, which is DEAKKST HANNAH BEZX. :DIXOIUAL COItKESrONDENT. PflffiNix, Arizona, Dec. 24, 187C. Dear Miner. Our party, Ed. Silsbec, Guilford Hathaway, Rob...

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. — 29 December 1876

N A FRIDAY, DEC. o0j 187G. Chnrch Notices. ever- c.j.f t (h33. il. u.ii.i:. rr.;. - 1 ' III' . ... "'rHUriusrriee. Kf- D. B. WwailT, l'iur WlLEr MetboEst South. wnt preaeh at 11 " .r-ech SaJ. T. ILUead's bouse, B1 rtree:. ''Iticks i ' reading co(umnt vill '.reieaj Tuiurr cents per tint and taenbfnSt a Une for each THK WEEK. Lester and daugh our guests during S started iotheir home in Kirk fey this morning. gcBtleman by the name of Moore. ylitrking, oo Cbnetmos eve had his enUuly broken in a tuaslc will cntlt-inan. 1 Lottery of all kinds of valuable 'onging to Messrs. Keyes & Petti come off an the evening of Ji thur village. Every article U warran Ddf the whole thin" is to be conducted e square. Tickets five dollars each am' obtained at all the principal busi houses in town. t& J. Irwin, contractors and builder. An, Colorado, have written to a friend in village making inquiries as regards bub in this Territory, with a view of etni- iuji to Arizona the coming Spring. Wn Known ...

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. — 29 December 1876

mm 4t tic fo fa M T A Pi ( than tJ travel' Cany the J thaf I wi hi s 1 i thef F ur f 1 t a w. f0L out save then. ii w ust oth py wo c pre ro i for ? i ou V I unc i bM I I I I al 7k . I l lll I FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 1876. Bernardo Freycs, the discoverer of the rich placers, on Antelope If ill in this Coun tv, scveal years a?o, and which was the cause of the first great rush of miners to this part of Arizona, is now located with his family on the Little Colorado, where he keeps a Station, and wc are informed by those recently in from there, that he stil remembers the people of this section with great kindness, and frequently refuses to receive a cent from those who stop with liim, provided they belong to the old-timers 'Jio were here at the time he was taking out hi thousands ier day. He belonged to party of five who were encamped lJKl at what is now called Weaver in 1863 when 5 cembef tne njjj wnerc almost by pure accident he came upon the rich deposit of gold, lying some of it, exposed t...

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. — 5 January 1877

4- vJf'aiw 4 jnHft A. XIV. Xo. 1. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY INUXLNG, JANUARY 5,IS77. Bstabl isliod il 8W J i j I f t-t LE ARIZONA MINER.! .MASONIC AtKs, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, 1 llY CC-A-lI03Sr Ss BEACH. L nuACir. J. n. m.wucv nrstnumtwrof the VVEKKLY MtN'KK was isuec-a J 9, 164. ami la this, it thirteenth c- truth. claim to b the oldest, and be.t nwp-i 4 Territory. 1 Subscription Rates e- Art .py. ae Year CO w , Six Jlonltis .... o v Three Months. 1 tOpie Advertising Rates. inrhflCHneiofthti tyr-). is column, S3.00 for fir.- mard Sl.50 per inch loreacn smmiraui -ral discount from above rates will be made to jer- feo advertise largely by the year. U.UI ytar or Usioual and business cards inserted upcs raena hn seuiing an mnev fot subscription, advertising Irork. mar forward it b stail, cr otherwise, at nnrisk. if Jcn-frr .VorVi tiWn at pir in ftyntnt fer tub- wt. oJeerftfinjr ana jo! wt, Tkruc aJranct inrariaMy. The following addrea waa delivered by T .. Butler, in the Hall of Aitta...

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. — 5 January 1877

FRUU i, JAN. , IS77. mm )?& If mmt, wMrA Ammmm 4w ow or 6r- r 111 fey iXcrofer, 1874, 4 atf ft kfml mJrrtietetU which uppetuti in th Mimrnt tm W that dtt arm dm ami papM o J". . hlulrr. AM mtromti mtmtittg imm Ukat ctatt m pmgmkh to Mmritm mW JtcwA, fire tent T.K. Alexander, juct iu from the Peck bum gire tu the folkmiiqr information The cmoptay it how engaged in building a road froa Um timber ou Del Pco ridge to Uw atia. Tbcy Imtc twenty nea at work on the road aatl have ft finished from tlra 1 traperstractitre, in ebon the wonM ordin li mine to within three quarter of a mil- of i ily measure about fire feet around the waiO. Mr. W4U Cue's hotiae; here they turn up ! bat oa a nmcaW tinUv mo. ah when the mowrtaiu to the right aad will reach the top or uie mu' s Hiiort tiutunce tu iitt nortu " . . . . . . will beve no trouble in gwing nnywhere in the oxtousivo pinury thnt covers the moun tains for swersil miles. The work ttt the Pock mine is being pushed vigorously, they are now d...

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. — 5 January 1877

V hN.1YttV VV--y JAN. a, 1S77. ch Notices. , at 10:30, at the Methodist Kpl trcet, lree.tt. Sunday wlnxl O. KSV. U. II. n KlUIIl, I MilUC hodint South, will preach at II unday, at T. 11. Heai'e houe, n iP in the readmq column Kill (Ik me of TIIIUTT cr.VTS per line so t e 1 1 i e: e n c e . LTCKDAY. JVICIUK. oon Col. Charles K. finny. cted citizen of l'rcscott, in his room in one of cottages, by discharging Spencer rille in the right iter attended the inquest rv, at which the following ited: 1 sworn. I was at the Srroom t room and filling vatcr; I opened the door m for that purpose, and ug upon the floor, I imnie- door and gave the alarm. stions put by Mr. Xoyes, Jtajf ury, witness said he did i knew nothing about any anf suicide by Cal Cany; saw a I at his left side; lie Iciuket on the floor when I io n swom. C. C. Bean and I box in front of my store Col. Cmy came up, and i . rd him that all his asses "5 ,ne on the mines, monu- Stc. The Colonel thanked 6 Mr.. Gilson is in town from ...

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. — 5 January 1877

If -a I A. , A V mum 'J'! J 'V'V "JO Pit 1 DAY, .IAN. 5, 1S77. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Gentlemen of the Council and Uie Jlouae a Hep rattHtatiet : lu compliance with custom nnd the law, I now communicate to you such suggest ions and information as seem projwr to ena ble you to proceed intelligently with vour Legislative business. Since tho last Legis lature convened, the population, wealth and industries of the Territory have rapidly in creased; peace and order have, in the main, been preiorved. ami the outlook for the fu ture advancement has, at no period of our history, lcen so encouraging. It therefore devolves upon you, with renewed force, to foster, with zealous care, every material in terest; to enforce the most rigid economy; to harmonize all conflicting interests, ami to ' worK in union to advance evory part of the Territory, always remembering that each suction is a part of the whole and as each part is injured or improved, the whole is delayed or advanced. can pre KDl'CATION. ...

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. — 12 January 1877

I. . . 1 A i aijr: . . ... . . . ---... .SSxiY.--- Xo. 2. at 1 - PIIE500TT, ARIZONA, HUD AY BYEXLSCS, JANUARY 12, 1S7 mr 1 1 ii li 1 1 ii it rr"iTTTimyi . i it Hlmll'l"'"'"!'''l'":"'''""ml'"l"'t"M"llll''l''lll'll 4 I . Established! SGI. ;EXT IN" Till! oirr KUVANT. U)t7AV f "j v 17 ! Yorst; rwn.E's axtsf. t Lis vr-i A Ai. Ai i.. 11. i suYftoun JtK rot riUXLISUED EVCKY FRIIUV. ! . . .e .i.V l Hie ot I UP C!UTiunienTs m im- wi;,k 01 r " ' ,v ! hue w a n hat were called the "rawing. . 31 T OUST &z, j3.j2Ji.GjrS:. v:eau:n?t1ie erection of the timber frame j. it. MAtuo. Jtousc- or Im?. to which tlie boards : in inn-. jw.Hrn. wete to afterward nailed. Hire tne :j ta 44.. .. twii wfrfr B!;,;i.-t r made a point of being present. , jtui lather the nhleliodied m -n of the acigh the voting men epeeiifly were 1 t.u.k n.irt In tm work wiih v Cal. Arii'.onn Stugn liobbetl. nunmts i jktiiuT. The case of 2L V. Alexander and Thomas Berry, arretted yesterday morning and lodged in jail, accused of ...

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. — 12 January 1877

Mfa FRIDAY, .TAX. 12, 1S77. SU.IK cicretttrf! tr atlrrrti$itui mi 'hmi m or fa tie Miner. tcAicA &rcai ditrmi w snr fa life Aiy a IXxemier, 1S7U. W A, .Vwir firwr to thai ilale are a'ue hJ jmywaft to V. J. Jlutkr. All ceemmttt oerruiMg tinee tki date are uyiit to Morton and JttmeA, nreunt pnprietwt. r.niTOKi.1. couur.sroMi!Ncn. Troo.v, AUI7.0XA, Jan. 4, IS77. Ha-ing, in my last, given some account of my trip, a far f as Wueniv, Maricopa County, I must now, despite ' Ml lnsy incli nations, "bring up the rear." Phcvnix is the chief town of Maricopa county ami is likely to remain such ferevor It is located in the largest ami best agricul tural valley of Arizona and i of coon', destined to be a place of grnt imparlance. It was laid off as a town in 1S8S, after the first white settlers fomded homes in the valley. It is 2,' or a mile frowSalt ltivor. It now has C stores; 1 flouring will; 1 hotel; 1 restaurant; 1 barbershop; 2 black unith shops; 1 telegraph otllcc; 4 lawyers; 1 bakery;...

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. — 12 January 1877

-trr 1 ce, Church Notices. rift' -v. ry Sjn.'.4.r. at IMP. fit tlie M:Ht Kpit 8hl;i -h. ."n :i.ir:n.nwrt. 1YMMIL Sunday MtiwAl (Kftlt y .i' r - n -v. Ukv. li. B. YTui.jht. 1'nM J5it.:. V.-j: : M. tU.ltt South, will veM at 11 17 i. v ' Sunday, m I . tl. HaM t traKac, im. Novices mtAt rtadinq roimm iriff ;.if t'.'i-f timtg cents a tine fmr antti 1 hUeiiieence. ra:.! .t Arizon;: Stair C'o's conch :.!.. carrvimj heavy mails ami sev- i !. ,:r now ScJtool house will call r-. :i::.l f- r information uf all eon- : at S.30; toll's at 8,r0 v. jj., . . r. m. t ill . : J :.y tt. st L.;r a; Cur .: I:raa: of :4rs. Morgan .-.I "'. t -.hn. from Mr. lotu g '!.--. M.: : in iWiui auu her bright i'.v.:..iiT. II uriclta. !ro-ijKd in nnon "'',it'-,r'" to s8y tna three pret- iucct olad chiiurcii caanot la found , s or ::::v other Tcrritorv. ehfUj Hanijj tj.nja 31cKinnwj. two brave mcii Ijr.i. -l c. who have :; mining camp Sb V.n-'l ':. .v. it.ountr.ins. r.:sd have liveil e siurt' first :niue- were discove...

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. — 12 January 1877

u " " ' ? 1 .J 5 . t l1 V t - h 't I FUIDAV,,ilA.V. b2, 1S7JT. Local Intelligence. Tun Plvnukkk -r - MtniV a ' svmwAAJ rfr ' ir-s .J r ; jji.i sko Mail. -The msTt that was robbed 0:1 Thursday night nt Woolsev's HUI, was gathered up hndf taken. Jtol Mick """"'p " u- luacii in a uuapuiauit con dition, having been ransacked for mnncv, the letters torn open, etc. Hehrv "NVickeijbtit-ff, Vat Ma.tcr at Wickcnburg, ycMcrdav tele graphed to Post blaster Otis at tin place nsloilows: Wickcnbnr;- JifoV?3?fcfr 1. Otis, Prescott: All registered envi-lone and IctUtf tirn open except letter o. 22. Several check ami money orders not taken. Shall I return everything f TI.'TCJicfc-;-To which MrNltinnsw'wdti J " 'Return all registered matter that was in the mail attacked bv the roblwrs. The ob ject in having it returned is, to oxamina ami ascertain so as to be able to report what is missing. l'roscott Library A.nriatl:i. The regular meeting of the Prescott Li brary Association was ItrhDoh TuSsddV urcn...

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. — 19 January 1877

mwangimiii iiwt mw warn m. kin mi ISa I IW n i i i hi W --------1 7- - - V - - - -. -- prkscott, aiuzoa, mhday kvkxi.nu, jasdauy iu, 1S77. Ail (KOKA MIXEIL isr Ktnllishc(l ISM. J. !f. M.V1MON. n '.!-;. v. thirtNath ymr. it coa. in; utr'-t, ami J,t .-wrfr iMTUuasuwiri. iwctuu ihw uuai un:tni the tin timiw ..-.v,. !,.,,., .!.4 1 answer, am tain- ami everything :.t illnilll.eV!l ,...,1 ...j.. r .... - j ' wt 4 I 11 uscttil ami Honorable. Argument concern ing trhat w men have a right to do, have alivays acexm I to uie faiprrfluoiH; plainly, tm-y have a right t d wh-tever they can douell. If a women cm take tnich obscr vatiocs of the heavenly bodies & rnidar valuable astacee t sel ler, sl? prove her right t .o ra v-;r r.iui- r. If s-he can v-rdr.t xc-W ri-it to paint, cwa '..-r- ! o-. If she taake.sulu wlikh c t!u; Kto ct!otfpprUMJ, adatc fbr var!.:ir than! onmr r ... . any wLiei ha bithi-rto bctn aligned u LJ,iab .IV J 11 Ji JUJJX JLJi. Un ni. TVtf way fee! eorry for Mimeh, bat '! v...

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. — 19 January 1877

- ' j I HI Hi 5 :" 1 u ?! i ill r -1 C7TT . WVY -V MTTI.V on fi. Yt V-S35STn - 4I vuiv . .... FKIDAY, .IAX. 11). 1S77. Til K CA1MTAI. OP AKIZOXA. Two years ago, the Minku felt glorious, for one day. iu prospect of soon being at Hie scat of power, but alas for human hopes, another revolution of the earth found the sun shining as brigliMy as ever on the Capi tal at Tucson. A bill had been pnssed, locating the seat of Governmcnthere. Every impartial per son recognized the justice of the enact incnt and all felt that justice had at last been done. but. pending the enrollment of the bill, the Pima delegation in the Legislature coii nubiatcd with Maricopa and the ridiculous farce of again lemoving the Capital was en acted, this time PliH'nix was honored with its location for a few hour.-, which so exasperated our members that they voted with Pima to return it to Tucson, which was done and the the Capital remained undisturbed where it had been wrongfully located some years ago. This year t...

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. — 19 January 1877

live v:5 Mku, Fill 15 AW .J AX. tl, IS77. Chinch Nolices. JJfcli--i-vi-ry Xauiav. i! at tar KJ- Bj-cl fh b. M tr n -trwt. I';i-fwt:. Saailuv -itx-il n'.!...ii .i-!rnTuv. Kr.y. l. ll. WtciuitT." r.:r v. M .. s.l. Mtihwii-S S.nith. will ir.ch ul 11 Es. V.: 7 l. .4,-h Siiml.ty, u T. 11. Ilcutl' tiou.e. .ffrr.CIU. XoTJCl:- imke remdotv poIuvitis id' ": r . . .- . .. . -- !yv.t i.!.t,'ii, iiW ticenty wits a line tor each 1 1CJ 'si. i ii5.-rffi. ocal Intelligence. t;i:iav. Dpitrpcsitors nr. sanv in this town and ?c wh h ivi established thoniolvcs hero are pleiitv to do wages ranging .nun $." ,21--- per da v. Che summer months in Arizona e.-jvci tve ??o-'t!itT!t notion. Jp' i temperature at v- i .! ;o t.'a..a !a aal i- t'lotvfort Hie V.Sc A. it ige Coiutuuv is now run- jr- jr coitclie.s over Milter 1 Ws. new road lhi V,-i!i y. r.i-scngers tell u that (ivareu lew steep pitches yet to beovcr fn?, but :!iat It will eveatunHv be a good id. ill. t'uhn. late of Los Angtslo.- and San -ii:iiilinn....

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. — 19 January 1877

FRIDAY, JAN. I,1S77. LSTTICK riEO.U CAMV VKKD1C I-'imtoi: iliNJcu: A domestic ealnmitr of a painful natun occurred here Yesterday. A very far.iotto and highly intelligent cat, belonging to an officer of this lcst. sud denly and unexpectedly departed this life, nt:40 p. m. caue, disease of the liraui. It is nid the disease originated from ptt tHvutton of the cerebral organs, those nrjrnus in catnot lioinir pined ilh exnan Mvcness. Tlic oiUccr and his worthy lady had odaruted "the defunct feline. fc a ru markaldc degree, of intelligence. It un timely d.vcasc In., l?en a source of very deep "atHIcticr. to them. They repine at thi inscrutable decruei of Providence wh'u-a suddenly remove aa animal of uch worth :md intjl'igcice, and which yet prrnf.t to cvist a worthiest !M of cars. in which cat egory they had the bad judgement to in etude -.pt. Party's famous and handsome dos? "ilike.v One must, however, make due aliowaaca for this swncvha: s-acndipiuui cntwism of til? ways of Proridcnce...

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. — 26 January 1877

m it Sf 01 ' XIV-"y' 4 - , PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY BVE81KQ, MUAKY 20, 1877." " EstaMishccS ft. MS1IF0RD & CO'S COLUM THE A1MZOXA MIXER. W yon want toahis i a.t twhvA.v8 n .v.,.,. " .....i , , , Hit: :- ami 01 p best sort ami from the best teo- its kkcomi-knsk. --.;. Ixri RuMa-.?. cv tt. tw.- w D..i.f.j " ' I"11- One of the most refined .-md eidfi'v... !9lir-A .-w.... yom.: ladies of Hartford (ilanKht.r of a RANFllHO )L Pfl MABIOAt & BEACH. clergyman) told me herself, with grateful . BHCmrUny & bU., & w 1ULVCIU u n muuov tears standing in her eye,, that since ,1, Wll3lfiWlft nHli "RPfall H0llPKin The firetmtmbt-rof tin Wrbkly MlXKK ru IsupIud 10 .U6" "O'nip-lwok site- Ilft8 not immwaiu aim noiaii IJuJlUlo 111 Mureh 9. isat. ...i iu im. it, u,ini, yr. it con. sworn a single oath. in the TVrrharr. 11 1 "V OtinL IASHF0RO & CO., W&slesale M Retail DsalErs ia f GENERAL IERCHANDIS 8y' .ot.U an Inijsrction nf cut CarafaUv .5e!rteil i Stuck of ;3lry Goods, Dress Goo...

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. — 26 January 1877

'ft 'I . r . e -Is - ? . - s- k ?' t. I"' ' .- it-"- "; - ' - ir ... Ik tr- FRIDAY, JAX. 2G, IS. 7. 7t..4ff nofomit Tor orfrf rfist-a uiuf .tuitf-ivn- tigiis iii or to the Miter tehirh Wm" tine oh or he fere the Mth dan of Deeemher, 1S7(5, and. all hills for legal advertisements trhicA appeared m the Miner prior to that date are due awl payable to T. J. tlutler. All aeeaunts aeentinp since, thmt ante are payable to Martoti find Beach, present proprietert. f CAUSE OF THC WAIi WITH TL'KKKV. Since the negotiations at Constantinile rcsohtd thcmselr&ii into an attempt to se cure the peace of Europe by threatening the Sultan that he should be jxiven up to Russia no great progress lias been made; and it must be conceded that the Padishah does not scare well. He has become possessed of an unfortunate fancy that he can fight the Russians with almost as much satisfaction to his cause as resulted from the war with Servia, but that if there should prove a dif ference in favor of Rusiia, Eng...

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. — 26 January 1877

mxm. yjlUDAY, JAN. iiG, 1S77. StU Notice! t'i the rfasmy (Wwsmu teiit jyirjrrfaf -Warr a" tiuktt envrs per line timtT'iui, aii tteenty cm Is a Ime f'w each umit tnscrutitt. .s3T - oca! Intelligence. WKDNBSDAV. Hoard of Supervisors were in session to day, audited several accouuts and adjourned until February 5th. TfKSDAV. . jSw Mincer, lias located l.oOO feet on ,fX5bitor mine, Pock district. ttfjllccde and Jack Johnson, two r wtuu'ia iiiiu i ccimcs aucv an : i . cner- nd Mr. -jport eamc to town vesterduv that the rSfbf the Silver Flake have" struck a treak than ever at a depth of seventy Two teams from Salt Hiver, belonging to Jesus Gonsules, arrival this afternoon loaded with barley which they oiler at o cents per ouud. Our friend C. C. Bean is improving and there is but little doubt now, that his woun ded limb will become stout and good as the well one. x A good feneo now surrounds Uio jail ; it is built double. I t feet hiirli, and has a cappro HHitintr over oaeh siilo several in...

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. — 26 January 1877

FRIDAY, JA.. 2f,. S77. VKJvSI'OTT AS A Tit A UK OILVTHK. Woarooftutt uskod wlint becomes of all tho spoils brought to rreseott, and ran only answer that tltay aro sold and owr nioreluuus an thus enabled to oontinuo their im porta -Hons, bul wo must oonfoni that tho ar rivals of goods by tonins from 13iroiilorr and the on J of tho linllroad, are n-ttonishhig and would .seem to be in excess of the sales, if wo had to Judge only by npixuimnoas but this we know to be untrue, as in the nature of things Uio shipments must bo controlled by the (tales; therefore we nut me iraue demands tnese ini- monso nupplies or they would soonnemto como here. Hut this isonly talking in a gen eral way, and may be taken to mean either a large or small business; let us make n'few figures, so that the render can iut his own estimate on the magnitude of the business being done by one of a dozen llrms of mer- chants, The house of I., ltashfonl v Co.. shipped from San Francisco during the mouth of le comlwr 03....

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