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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 February 1871

it 11 rvw r?rr THE DEAD OF 1870. DiaUngnJ3lied Men and Women who hnvo Paaied Away. Business S Professional Cards. COLES BASHFORD, ATTORNEY and COUNSKLOIl-AT-LAW, Tucson, Arlionn, Will IT.rtire Ms I'mfHuliiD In all the Cnurti ( the Territory. , , (.front tn rWlndeliVa Lflgvr. Leaving to cacli one the task of discrimin ating under which category to Iaeo thu re spective individual hero noticed, it is inter citing to observe how lmy Death ha I wen wittTtho distinguished of the earth during tbo past twelrc month.. Giving precedence to tho Church, the tlrt mine on the list, as well as the latent added to it, is tliat of Her. Albert Barnes, who for -10 years had tilled a prominent position in this city as minister, and In the theological world as a writer and commentator. Dr. Rowland William, of England, one of the most brilliant writers in tho celebrated " Ksvays and lteviowV is another to be mentioned; also llishop Cal vin Klnirslcy and Edward Tomson, of tbo Methodist Church; Bishop Chas...

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. — 18 February 1871

THE WEEKLY VOLUME YIIL THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MORNING t.irirnTT. TAVAPAI COUNTY. ARIZONA. urn t ir siiHscunrriONi Oae Copy. One Year $700 u pi, Month- 4 00 Three Month. d-.l. PnnlM . 2 50 35 CI ' 1 ' ' t ........ pijior wilt tint rw? ent unless paid for In ad Tance. aii'l will invariably be discontinued t the end oftlie nine paia ior, One sqnsre. on? time. $.100: etch additional tlra. II 'A I.i'Cfi additional square, tamo rate. . HKr-il U.minl will Im mud to twrtonl ran thnlnr tlie mi advertisement for three, all, or twtlvi month. Profi-oloiiAt r business card Inserted upon rmotuwe terms. Job 3Prlntinpr Tns Miser office t well suppllnd with Presses, Plain, r-incv and OrnamenUl Tvte. and the pro. prlrtor l determined to execute all work with which he my be larorcd In the ueatcat and best trio nf the art. Work i!3j b ordered from any part of the Territory, and. whew cvfitipnleii with the cash, It wl'I l: promptly executed and cent by mall, r l'rMn sending us monev...

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. — 18 February 1871

-'V jL' MilILMlllJlJIJiJMIJWI.IM.lll""' IIWII"' " 111 1 l WW iiHMutt. JVrltfiunw Torrlttiry. 1 8ATU feiuY MOKNISO. FBimUAUY 18. 1871. INDIAN DEPREDATIONS. Evidence Wanted.. By a perusal of tho litter of J. T. Alsap, published on the first pogo of this piper, cit izens of this county, in fact of the whole 'ter ritory, will's t'ie necessity of reporting, over or under oath, such murders and robbo , thm- know to have bei-ii cotnmittctl by Indian", wncc the first settlement of the Territory, and sending the name to Tucson, ill care of Mr. Alap, who is Chairman of a VeUhtive Committee for collecting such ev idences, anil hying them before Government and people, with the view of getting wore nod better protection for life and property in i wj-riddc.il Territory. The files of the SIi.NEU arc freo to all persons who may cn gago in collecting tho bloody record, and they alford a vnst deal of information upon the subject. We havo been written to by As femblvmcn O'Xeill and Melvin, to make up ...

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. — 18 February 1871

wM)MI))lt,HJ,Mil.iiCPnrmTirifr1 i " - m Local Intelligence. ' Piikscott, Fehrunry 18, 1871. rrclghtTrains Roads. Thciilnrarrrtcntctln "bonnrlcal'1 appear ance Wednesday night, there bring tlirco large freight trains cticnmpcd in it, rh: 1). llaainlV, from the (lib, with about ,000 lb, or Hour for llichnrd ie Co'a depot, and about the samo quantity of groin for C. .C. jjcan. Ucach's train, from Walnut Orovo, wtli grain for Fort Whipple, and a San Ber nardino train, with Roods for 1). Henderson & Bro., Levi llashfurd and A. L. Jlocllcr. There WM. of course, a very largo congrrga. tion of mules, and they made themselves Iicanl. Freight between I.o. Ansc'c.", California, and Prexcott, Is down to twelve ccnt, gold, a mluctlnn from former price, of about fotir cents which is one Wncflt StoDcman's road to New Mexico has conferred ujwii us. Then is somo tnlk ol oionins a road to tho new mine in Ilradshaw district; also, nlwut ahnrtcn'mg tiio road to Skull valley, ard nil that i needled ...

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. — 18 February 1871

E1IIIENBKHG. PRESCOTT. Business & Profession!.. Cards. LEGAL THE LATE EARIHQUAKE. Mhitivkz District. Yavapai County, Arizona rirona, !th, 1871. ) February otu To the EiiUr of the Arizona Mtntr: At eight minutes after 3 p.m., on "Wei'.ne. day, tho 7th ir..tant, the ahock of an earth quake took place in tho direction of the Vca-er or Antclupe ranee of mountain, in a duo cast line from tho sink of Martinez Creek, and apparently at a point where said range takes a aernicirclc from the Wickcn burg road, towards Antelope creek. At tho time, your correspondent was standing on the open plain, atotif one mile from the base of the mountains, when his attention was sud denly attracted by a noise resembling a tre mendous cannonading, the fire apparently commencing at the south, and ranging north erly, accompanied by a slight but perceptible vibration of the earth, concluding with a heavy monotonous noise. At the time the atmosphere was dense and serene, with a few translucent, laraelicr clo...

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. — 25 February 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER; VOLUME YIII. THE ARIZONA PUBLISHED EYEUY 8ATURDAY MORNIifO. FBE9COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUXISC UITTION : One Copy, One tear, w il - Six Months 4 00 i Three Months 2 50 ElnjrteCoplei - i f Tnvnt will not ' cnt ""If P"M "T . . ranrf, and will inrnrfoWy be dkcontlnned at Hie end ofrne time paid for. JVT) Vir.lt TISINO: One square, one tlmo. $3 00 each aflflltfonal time, Each additional square, same rate. t liberal dUemint will be made to person eon OnnlBS the um: advertisement for ttiree, tlx, or twelte month. rrefcMlonnl or Dullness card inserted anon reasonable termi. Job Printinpr. Trn: Mtttn efae Is well snnnuVd with Vresecs, Plain. Fancy an(J Ornamental Type, and the rro-T-ri'tV Is determined to excente nil work wltli whfeli he may Tie favored In thcncatct and best ttjleoftheart. Wflrt may le ordered from any part of tho Territory! and, wlien accompanied with the cash, U will be promptly executed aad sent by wall, or m direetcL Pctjoih wndlng in 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. — 25 February 1871

III CV Xrwncolt. -A-rlssouti '1'orriUiry. SATUIUUY MOUSING. KBIIRUARY 25. Ifc7l. FACTS ABOUT ARIZONA. m Tho Territory of Ariiona was organized V.nrv li. 1803. It Is said to contain over 70,000,000 of acres. It is what tnay bo termed a monntamous region, although there are immense valleys on many streams; u!m, between its hilU and mountain. The principal ranges of mountains arc the San Francisco, Mogolion, Sierra Dlanca, Sier ra Prictta, Pinal, Apache, Cordilleras dc Gila, Natanes. Uhiricahua, Dragoon, Santa Rita, Graham, Aztec, Hualpai, Antelope and Hac- nuchilla. Tho principal peaks arc, tho San Francisco, about 14,000, feet above eea level; the Sierra Blanca, about, 12,000, and Mt. Union, about mnnn Tho biifhcst mountains are all in Northern Arixona, The mountain ranges and their foot-hills are covered with pine, oak, cedar, juniper, poplar, and other timber; and we feel safe in asserting that one third of the Territory is timber land. As most of this timber is large and of excell...

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. — 25 February 1871

Local Intelligence. PitKHCOTT, February 25, 1871. Arrivals from California, Great Excitement Over Our New Mlaen. 3Icr. Ferguson and IJowcn, farmer of Willow valley, near Prcscott, returned liomo from Ioi Angeles and Sail Icrnardirio coun ties, California, earljr the present week, ami say that tlio news of tlio rich drscoTcrits re cently nude in the Ilradsliaw d'mtricl hud reached .Sonthcrtt California, and wm creat ing cotmideraldu jc c'ltcincnt among people there. This is M It should bo. Bald discov eries urc Iwth rich and extensive, and with the dicovcrie prcvlouly made, In other mining district near Prcscott, outrank thoe rer before made in any other mining region, and will, no doubt, causa laborers and cap talis ta to pour into the Territory at a rapid rsio. Will, this is what wo have been pray ing fur, ever so long, but, until now, have not Jiad the " cheek1 to encourage them to come, which we now do, confidently believing, ye, knowing, that the region of country sur rounding P...

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. — 25 February 1871

PIU5SCOTT. LEGAL; ritKSCon. EllRENBEUG. A HARDSHELL SERMON IN AR KANSAS. Ttztt "Ami when they rr. up airly In the mor nln, trrhold they was nil dead eorpu.cs.' My brethring nnd stMring, I will preach onto you this day, wind ami weather it'nirit tln.from the thirty-seventh clmptcr uv Isaiah, thirty-sixth Terse, which n-sds a follows: "An the destroyin armel smuto in the camp ur tho Syrcnians a hundred and forescoru an tire thousing men and when they all ri ui airly in the mornin, behold they was all dead corpusses." An thus it H, my beloved friend' an friend ly hearers, that tho destroyin angel stalks abroad, ready to send us to the bono-yard lro foro we can riso tip in tho mornin and sot down to breakfast. An it is said, my friends, that roses is red and wiolets is blue, but it's no u trying to honey -fugle round angel Ga briel wheu he toots hU horn for you to hand in your checks and prepare to git under dirt, for you'll her to hunt your hole then, fartln. "An when they riz up airly...

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 March 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. t J t . - VOLUME YIIF. THE ARIZONA MINER. TUBUSllED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rnEscorr, tavapai countt, Arizona. SUnrtCItlfriON": 0nnCnpy,OnV.Nir... it P t Month", $700 4 DO 250 25 u m Three .somm . a it.. Cnnlr.. Pmt will nl be ,t un1o paid for in ad. wane?, and will tftmnnWy b ilUcontlnocd at tho nod of tuc tlroild (of' ADVIO I I'Vl tlINO! 1n rrmaro. one time. f-1.00; each additional aloe, M.M. Kach addlttoaal square, same rate. A liN'ml leomrt will be made to pcraon con sinning the amo nCrurllwnMBl for three, tlx, or $wrlr months. Pitiffwlonal r entities card Inserted upon ccawa!il terras. JTol Printing. Tub Mt.r.n office 1 well supplied with I'wiw, I'Wn, F.iaiy and OrnarocnUl Tyjrc. and the pro. prlrtor U determined to execute alt work with wtiich !io tany b favored In the neatest aad ben style of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, an, when a-cnmtanled with the cash, !l wta te promptly cxecnted and tea by stall, or directed. prra...

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 March 1871

la HI if n it itl 11 'Mi .'.s ! 0s eta I,ivrtOttt. .Ajdvioiiu 'I'i'i'i'itory. SATURDAY MOUNISO, MAKCH I. 1S71 THE INDIAN QUESTION. list of Murders and Robberies Commit ted by Indians, ia Arizona, from March 4, 1384, up to tho Present Time. Comatmitst of tho Miusr mid othor Papcreg Upon tho Sitiwtlon," with na Jip peal fcr Help to Put Down tha Apaches. 3b till grutt Antrim J'rotr, Gritting: Fellow eitiwus of tlic United State, wc, to-day, present ymt with a long lint of mini of white persons murdered by Indian, In this Territory, in tho past seven year, with tin- view of calling your attention to tlic ilcplora-Fj I Lie condition of alTturs here, anil tbo bopcMoear ickruuiirg that you will exert all proper influenee with the prewnt Adininiutration, to stop the fur ther flow of whitu blood in jwor, long sufl'er- inc wVrizons, awl enable her afllicted citizens to WTcrthrow and subdue tho red miscreant uho ftre, to-day, better prupired for continu ing tbeir remorseless war upon us than a...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 4 March 1871

Local Intelligence. I'mwcOiT. Match , 181. Phanir, and Maricopa County. The trustees of this young ai.tl Browing rn lmvc shown tcry good some In having .. t ,,u fr school, church And Masonicfl Zrr r and wo aro rry that the entircHtMrI,,l,S ""l plenty of gold. A forty or fifty L. .!.. ,,f tho settlement did not exhibit tonally sound sense upon the county question Tlicv lmiild not have severed their con nection with us at this time, when both vi and tlirr are "hard up." Had tlicy suc ceeded in having tho ila settlements iriclii ded iu thiii new county, wo would not hare flald nc won! against the movement. IJut, an. sax as i s ? M'A a It rs ft t tS J SnOOp LUIiMI (7-ii4j v ssssv help thinking that its lcpk will haw to'"5. '"c" wue u...r f.l.-rtrnir the r wh it e." BuL thcn.Hnwii'g about one the vailrwd is coming, and all will soon be sell w rlh onr iioighuomof Phoenix, Marlco county, A riono. Filliiii iitciii.no Tauc. Timed must- be ttceediugly dull and " tight," In th euutli- woOrn ja...

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 March 1871

EUKKNBEUa PJtESCOTT. LEGAL O1. lMiKSCOTT. (33' SENATOR STEWARTS NEW MINING SILL. The Washington correspondent of tho Sim Francisco Bulletin, writing under dato of Jan uary 24, gives the following Information con cerning Stewart' new bill " to protect the rights of miners:" The wiw bill eonflr m l-atir. m.vle on fUartl lle prior to July Milt, lct, but limit all the Ucv. which war I made hereafter, to VH feet for eh cUnuant. with an estr timut nf XO feet H th diseore rcr ; ml mi "claim In fimim " l to no'! Wi feet In Vnctb. 1 he miner la their own resTtiUtlon mar allow culm to e. lend uo h escecd W ft on each f01'1 mi claim thaH It located with ! than '."J feet on each side nf the same), and all the rein found within tho pncc formed by Ihi urfaee location eitendius; downward per pesdlcularly, hall belong to the locator of the claim, with the right to follow urh lilr eren if ttiey dip oat of aid lloes. The Wit further priori be. tho manner of making havtioru, and the espendlture ol at ...

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 March 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YIIF. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rRESCOTT. YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUJISCKIITION-: One Conv. One ear 7 00 .'' Fix Month? 4 00 " Three Month 2 SO Single Copies 23 Taiwrn will not be scot unless pain for In nd Tanre, ml will inrnrlaUy Imj discontinued at the end of the time paid for. AD VJCU'n 8 ING: One Miiirr. one lime, M.OO; cch additional time, MA". Kaeh aiidltlon.il square, same rntc. K Il'-enl discount will tc made to persons con tinues tlic- Mine advertisement for three, Mr, or twelve month. Profrslonl or business cards Inserted upon reasonable term. Job I? i i " t i lx fx - Tns Mihkh ofllcc 1 well supplied with Presses, Plslit, Vancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prlttor Is determined to execute all work with whlrli he may he favored In the neatest and best lt)lcoftheart. Woi i miy tic ordered from anv jiarl of the Territory, and, when accompanied wiin the cash, It will be promptly executed and sent by mall, or u ...

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 March 1871

Win or , I'rottoott, yVflvtonu UNtrrltory. SATURDAY "MOKSINT., MAKCMl II. 171. " - THE GOOD TIME COME AT LAST. llcccut developments in the seven! mining districts ndjoining Prcscott, more particu larly in Ilradshav District, settle all doubti regarding the frre.it mineral wealth buried in the hill and mountain of Central Arizona, and till our people with the hope that in 1cm than live year, Arizona will Iks a happy, prosperous and peaceable State of the Ameri can Union. Already, the- cry of "Eureka," has superseded that of jxccuri, and the Ter ritory has entered upon tho new and pros perous era to long and devoutly prayed for. As tho blood of tho martyrs of olden times vra the teed of tho Church, so, too, has the blood of Arizona's pioneers washed away the thin film from tho eyes of the surviving peo ple, enabling them to cc the vast treasures which all havo dreamed were locked up In her compartment of tho 'nation's strong box;' thus, placing at their disposal means to over coma the...

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 March 1871

J,ocul Iiitclllffcncc. rnescoTT, Marcff If, 187?. OtfSK ifoMR. Mr. Hc1IImk, of Pluralx, wl Mr. CoIiihrwoo.i, of Florence, started for ihdr homes Tuesday morning last, tan vo Mclo ilrawn by four mules. Both gentlemen will return here won, as they ore "smitten" with our mine, they took with them sev eral rich specimens of allrer ore; also, many pieces of silren, which they had smelted from other pieces. The performance glrcn by tho " AdclphI Amateur Dramatic Association," of Fort Whipple, Friday crening lat, was wll at tended and received. Crowds of people went down to the Fort In omnlbusscs, ambulances, vagons, boggle, and otlmr I9tb century vo hide. We, unfortunately, wens unablo to attend, owing to the fact of Its bating been mailing night, and consoled ounrotf with the thought of the good time printers will Unto In the next world. A day or two oco. C. 0. Bean paid Cant J. l Hargruto 82,000 for a small frame house, and tho ground ujKn which It stand?, on Cortci street, north of the...

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. — 11 March 1871

PRESCOTL EUIIKNBERG. VKESCOTT. LEGAL THE LIFE CLOCK. There U a little mystic clock No human cyu hath seen, That bcntelh on nnd boatcth on From morning until e'en. Anil when the soul Is wrapped In sleep, All tllcnt ami alone, It tick and ticks the llve-ion;; ulgbt, And ucver runuctb down. Oh! wondrou Is that work of art, Which knclU the pawing hour; But art ne'er formed, nor nilnd conceived, Tho Life-clock's magic power. ot ct In cold, nor decked with gems, Br wealth and prldo ponosed; But rich or poor, or hlch or low, Each bears It In hU breast. fiach 1 tho clock tli.it manures life, Of lleah and spirit blended ; Am! that 't will run within tho breast Till that strange life Is ended. Things Worth Knowing. In lfWWL tho Governor of Massachusetts, Sir lien ry Vane, an arUtocratlc I'urltan, as austere m a Mint, and as ambitious as Napoleon, was hansed for high treason. In 1C&3. tha Prorlnco of South Carolina was erected, with a froo conscience clauso la Its char tr- In ICfil, Nova C...

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. — 18 March 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YIIL NUSSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1871. -NUMBER 11. : J HfJ. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, l-RESCOTT. YAVAPAI COUNTY, AUIZOKA. rw Conv. Ono Year.. . . 57 00 400 2 50 25 In ad at the ii Sis Month ii " Three Month., SlnRle Cople Paper win not he wot unless paid for .,..i and will int tUhh be discontinued mloftketlraerldfor. ADVEB'nSING: One Mnarft owe tlnte, 100; eaeh additional tllme, ?ti0. Each oddltlonal q-ue, tame rate A liberal discount will be made to persona con tinning tbe same advertisement for threw, sir, or twcho month. Professional or burlnuss esrd loterted upon treasonable terms. Job JPi-intinjy. Tne Miwkii office U tvclWupnllcd with Presses, Plain. Fancy and Orrumcutal Type, and tc pro s.rletor U determined to execote all work with which he may bo farorcd In the neatest and best style of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of tins Territory, and, wlicn ocrompanlcd with the rash, Ii will be p...

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. — 18 March 1871

CSbr MINES A I? J) 311 MSG. lrtoatt, .A.viv.tmu 'i'wrrltorjr. RTi;illAV MOUSING. MARCH If. VERY GOOD NEWS. Clear the Track for the KSSfcit. -mlKri Take Povra Your Sign, Johnny Apache Your Oooupatloa Will Soon b Gotta. White Arizonana will sing "PmUa Ckl froru whom nil tilfJtlojtt Hunl" "Hurrah, for Southern rights, hurrah!" The Southern Pacific Railroad Bill has passed Congress. Work upon tho road will soon 1ms comiacnccd, and the people of Arizona will scon Ixs "out of the wilderness!" for all of which vto aincefcly thank the Lord ana con gress. Tho biff. n rewscd. provides for a branch 7 f road to San Francisco, from eomo point near the 33th parallel. Also, a branch from New Orleans, to Marshall, Texas. The new Bet tho people of Southern Ari zona wild with excitement. Other good news u to tho effect that $3,000,000 had been appropriated to improve Wilmington Harbor. A Sweeping Revenue Bill. A copy of the new " Act to pro ido Hcvc aue for the Territory of Arizona and the sev eral c...

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. — 18 March 1871

V5v mwtx. Local Intelligence. Pkkscott, March 18, 1871. County Afiaira. tt isn't very pleasant to know tliat our County I in debt nevern! thousand dollars irhap seven or rooro, wpcdftlljr" t this time when sevcrat pcrwiiw wbohaviJ hitherto contributed revenue have left in nnd set up in business tor themselves Hut, wo must look nutter squarely in tho face, nnd, here nftnr, endeavor to keep down expense. We have' every confidence in our present Board .,f Soncrvlsors. It U cotniwsed of honest, honorable men, who will do everything in their power to wipe out the prcHent indebt edness, and, as tho new revenue bill taxes al most every thinj; mentionable, there W a pros pect of roon seeing Yavapai county out of debt. Let us hope that, after tho batch of criminals now on hand arc disposed ot, there will coiae no more- for ever. License Tax. Eich Musical Treat Some time ago, the members of tho" Pre cott Singing School took it into their heads to give an entertainment, which idiould Ik a comp...

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