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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 March 1871

PEOPLE WILL TALK. Yon may get through tlic world, but 'twill bo very slow, If you listen to all tbas 1 said as you go; You'll be worried ami fretted and kept In a ftr.tr, For meddlesome tongue will have soim-thlng to do. For people will talk. If quiet and modest, yon 'II h.ivo It presumed TlcH vour humble portion li only asenrned ; You're a wolf lu sheep's clothing, or cla you're n fooL But do n't get exctted, keep perfectly cool, For people will talk. if generous and noble, they '11 rent out their pleen, You'll bear some loud hlnU that you'resclfUh and mean ; If Upright. honest, nnd fair as tb day, Tbcy 'II call you a rogue In a aly, sneering way, And then, If you show the least bolducas of heart, Or a allcht luclluatlon to take your own part, They will cull you an upstart, conceited and vain ; Dut keep straight ahead, do n't atop to ejplalu, For people will talk. If threadbare your dress, or old-fashioned your hat, Some one will urcly tako notice of that, And bint rather strong th...

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 March 1871

THE WEEKLY 'jjp ARIZONA VOLUME YIIL PJIKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 187!. NUMBER 12. MINER. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUHUSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rnr.scoTT, yavai-ai county, Arizona. sunfoniTTioN: One Copr, Ono Year. $7 00 Six Months 4 00 ii Throe Months, 2 50 Slnsle Cople, 35 Taper will not b sent mile" paid for In ad vance, ami will inmrinbttf be discontinued at tho cud of the time paid Tor. One fqtmrc. one time, tH.OO; each additional time E-wh additional uarc, name rate. A Hhcral dlccount will Ihi made to persons con tlaulnf? the anie advertisement for threo, alx, or iwctrc months. ' j'rofculonal or Dullness carda Inserted upon rMu)iialilc terms. Job J?ritit,inj2f. Tnr Misr.it otfee U well innplled with Vmttt. l'lalu Vancy and Ornamental Type, and t he pro III tor U determined W weenie all work with which he may bolarurcd in the neatest and best ftyteoftheart. Wort may tw ordered from any ; pari of the Territory, and, when acconipnlod with the rush, It will be prom...

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 March 1871

CSXB 1'rfmuott. .Arlv.oiiii '.Territory. tVTUUIAV MOItNIXU. M.ttCll 2.". 7I. About to be Realized. It afford the Minkk sincere picture to know tlrat the old, fond hopes ol the Spar tan citizen of Arizona, are about to be rea lized, and that, ere long, all their early divams of prosperity, peace and advancement, will como true. It is now a settled fact that two railroads will Ik; built and pass through the Territory lcforo five years shall have nded, when, of coar?e, we will be in easy reach of every portion of tho country. Tel graphs will follow if they do not precede tho railroad, cnubling us to converse with our follow mortal all over the civilized world. Tlii will, indeed, be a great rev olution, in our favor, and one which, by that time, tve shall have thrice earned. Already, the news of these approaching change for the advancement and glory of Arizona has penetrated the remotest corners of North America, and thousands of people are now thinking of coming here, to secure tho goo...

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 March 1871

CM Local Intelligence. T I'iimcott. March 25. 1871. Arrival of Freight Traini. peroral wagons and teams, talonping lo 5 V. .Miller & lire, arrived hero Sunday last, from F.lircnbcrfr, on the Colorado river, and nloided their freight at tho store of 3fillo ,t Jastro, D. Henderson & Hro., and Allen k White. Miller & Jastro received nn assort ment of staple good, alo, iafc. Allen A White received another cafe. A liTRO train arrived Sunday afternoon, fmin ! Angeles, California, Tia tho Mohave prate, and, next day, rtcr unloading part of their frcipht in town, started for Camp Vrrdc, with Government goods. Several small trains arrived from San ller nardino, with article of consumption, which the owner are retailing to our people. ,1 fast ai the wagons wcro unloadod, they As fast ai tho wagons were unloaded, they rere reloaded with lumber, ablnglea, etc., for trc'ions south and west. II, Jackms, a lormer cititcn of this place, ,,t now of San Bernardino, California, is in town,...

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 March 1871

Site IT NEVER PAYS. LOS ANGELES.. It newi y&s lr?t and prowl When fortune ipm our foe; The belter broil will p"h ahead And strike the braver blow. For luek U work, Anil thoo who chirk Should not lament their doom, Jlut )Md Ibf jiUjr, And elcnr the way That btter men hato room. It necr pay to wreck the health In drudging after gain. And he U fold who thinks that gold Is cheflpwt bought with. pain. Au humble lot, A cosy cot, litre tempted 'even kings; lor station hleb, That wealth will btry. Not oft contentment brings. It ncTcr pay: a blunt refrain. Well worthy of a song, For age and youth must learn this troth. That nothlug pays thst't wrotig. The good and puro Alone are sure To bring prolonged tuecefi, While what la right, In Heaven's sight, la always sure to bleaa. AGRICULTURE IN ARIZONA. Arizona produces something beside gold and Apache. Cotton of a texture similar to Jtbo best product of the Atlantic States is produced there. The seed from thU cotton thas been planted in Sout...

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. — 1 April 1871

ilLiaMrtMisasaQHPratMHKilKJQHI - - . I'M gL.1 !U JLL m!hhiiiii .m.. , , , . ,mimm, ..in.!,,, ' j , ' THE WEEKLY HP ART70NA MTNWR. VOLUME VIII. THE ARIZONA MISER. rUnl.ISHED .EVERY SATURDAY M0IIS1S0, XT- 'KESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNT?, AKlKOTM. BimscuurnoN-j fene Coot, On.- Year .' 7 00 ' Hit Months 4 00 " Three Month 2 CO Stair Copies,. 25 Ttjvrs will tiot ho sent unless paid for In ad. ratiec. and will inrnrinhly be discontinued at the td ofl'i'" t'Re PW for. A.W'VlCTlXISrN'G!-: One sqnare. one time, 1300; each additional Hhc, el W). Each addition! square, same rate. A liberal discount will be nitidis to person con tinues the same advertlaemeet for three, six, or tfclrr UlOIltlM. Professional or lils rij isscriw Ukii irciiuuiible term. Job Iri n tinfy- The Miseii office Is well supplied with Presses, Plain, Ymsj ud OmamcnUl Type, and the pro prietor Is determined to execute all work with which he rosy be favored Sn tuo neatest and best !)! of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of...

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. — 1 April 1871

(7. 'JO lrMMCott .A.rl7stmr I'nrrltory. fiATURIUV MOKNINC'.. AI'UII. 1. 1ST I. 33A.T 2VISAVS. Murders and Robberies by Apaches. A private letter, just received by Major C. II. Veil, from Camp Crittenden, Pima county, contains the following sad news : March 10th, Indian attacked the freight train of Manuel Ynigo, between Camp Grant and Pinal Mountain, killing ono soldier, one Mexican, and capturing 10 mulct. March 19, A party of savages made an at tack upon n ranch, within sight of Camp Crittenden, murdered two men, robbed the house, and, after setting them on fire, start ed ofT leisurely, with two horses and other property. Thursday evening; last, the stage driver from Wickcnburg startled us with news to the effect that a party of about 130 Apwche MohaveJ, had attacked Ilanna's freight train, consisting of three wagons and teams, mur dered Mr. ilauna, and another man, burned tho wagons, their contents, and drove off 22 head of mules. Two men escaped. This oc curred near Agua Frla St...

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. — 1 April 1871

S3B Locnl InlclIlBcncc. PnK.corr. April 1, 1871. FIRE, FIRE! Such wa tlio dreaded cry that troko from the llpi of several citizens of Prcseotf, Sun day niglit bit, upon discovering that ono cml of our beautiful wooden town was !n flames. Tliere wa no scare, and but littlo excite tncrit. Men dressed tlicmsclrc lustily, start ed for the wcrtce of tlio conflagration, and, upon arming there, net to work to sate what It I I U ft... f.m ii.l-.Miil. tbey CnUKI, nn jhtmchi. v niw ")"- inp, ull of which they accomplished well, and nobly, by much hard work and exposure. It wai about two o'clock in tho morning, when flames were seen shooting upward feitn tho block of frarno building corner Gratiito and Gurloy .trccta, conitingor W. Jl. Hardy's old store, the Quartz llock Sa loon, and the Pioneer Stable. The portion of the bullaing in which firo wat first noticed, wm occupied by A. L. .Moellcr and others, who, we learn, were fast aslwp when tho lire broke out, and, upon awaking, had barely lime...

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. — 1 April 1871

0. 033 THE PEAYER, OF THE SOUTH. y r.vTiiKU urxu. In tho following poem every noble heart will rccoffiilro tlu cypress-crowned poet ol the Smalt In hi finished measure. We are deeply irmtldeil that Father Kyan has honored us h.v sending It to be published, flrst, lit our columns. rimm'i Journal. Mr brow I bent beneath a heavy nl I My (W I wnn awl while with nwny woes, lint I will lift in j- lT, chained bnmU to O..L, And hit ray children pray, ami lot my fot-s. Beekte the grave where thousand Inwfy He, I kneel and weeing for ertch slaughtered wn, I tarn my gaze to my own snnay ky. And pray, oh ' Km' r, limy Thy Will be don I My heart it Ailed with anguish, deep and art ; Sir hopes are burled with my children's diut; My)ys have fled my tear are flowing fasti In whom, u Thee, our Father, shall 1 trust t Ah I 1 fcrgot Thee, father, long and oft. When 1 wa happy, rich, and iruud, and free ; But conquered now, and eruhed. 1 look atoll. And sorrow lead me, Father, buck to Thro. Amid the ml...

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. — 8 April 1871

--'KwPra tm THE WEEKLY MINER. T ARIZONA mifv w ? V0LU3IB VIIL THE ARIZONA MINER. rUItlTSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rr.i:scorr, yavapai county, Arizona. B XT BSC mVTIOTX : One Copy, On Year $7 00 " " Sit Months 4 00 " Three Montlu, 2 SO Flntfle CoploH, 25 r.ijcr will not lie sent unless pMd for In nd- T.iti' iv ami will inrariably bo discontinued at the ni l of (lie tlnto Kilil for. A.D V K ITV1 HIXG : One fiHAff. one time, $.'1.00; tach additional time &lcl1 '"'-llon.'.l square, Mine rate. A lllwrnl dlscoi'it w"l made to persons con llniilni; tlie came advertisement for three, six, or txelre monthi. Professional or business card Inserted upon reasonable terms. .T o b IE v i ii t i ii fx . Tun Mtxmt ofTlcfi Ii well supplied with Presses, TUlii, Fancy nnd Ornamental Type, nnd the pro yrlctor U iletcrmlnod to execute nil work with which lie may !e favored lu tho neatest nnd best style of the nrt. Work miy Ims ordered from nny part of tlir Territory, ami, when srcompanlcd with the ...

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. — 8 April 1871

T'rxtMOott. Arl7jii!i 'AVrrltorj HATUIUUV MOItNI.S'G. AIMtlL 8 IT1. MARicorA Cou.ntv. The good people " way down in Maricopa" are advancing Kith rapid strides. Immigrants are constantly arriving, and squatting upon the nV.ii bnttom lantU of S.ilt river; two tlouring mUN are being ercctcd ; the barley crop a large and good one will soon be ready for hnrvoMing; several new irrigating ditehc arc being cut; three rillagei are iu the tield for County Seat, and ttvt ticket", for tins suffrage of the people. Here are the tickets: HA!utoAi Ticket. For Countv Scat, I'uusnlx; For Sberltr, J. A. Clienowtli ; Uecrdr. Klljitli HettU; Tromurer, G. E. Mowry; Supervisory, M. L. Stile. Jno. A. Young, F A. ili.tw; DUIrlct Attorney, H. Steujon; I'ttblle Adinliil-trnlnr, J. B. McKlunlo; Surveyor, Wm. A. Hancock; Coroner, J. Mc. Elliott; Justices of tlie l'wtcc, J as. A. Youni;, O. A. Wilton; Couotnbk'J, Juo. Moore, Tbo. Wortlen. People'). Tickvtt For County Seat, Mill City; For SberilT, James Favorite;...

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. — 8 April 1871

i in PTE WW. LocJiI Intelligence - ' " PrKHCOTT, April '5, 187. Mimtirv lTKMR.-Lk'utcnant.C)lonc1 Cu .J'L,;,.r and Captain W. II. Brown, ar ".I t r'rl WI''I'P' Wednesday last, from "snip Verde, and -returned again tins mom Witi the tnail escort. (;atmn C XT. Foster, of Fort Whipple, is J)0W. ve learn, Chief Disbursing officer for Northern Arizona. Cupum Dimphcl, at present Quarterns ,r.tf.nip Verde, is to go to Camp Lovcll J?aeoii Frform lUc duticS f QuartCr' -nastcr there. U litest dates from California, 1st Lieu gen'ant J. I- J)'tn. Keg"""111 Quarter router of the 21st Infantry, was quite sick. Lieutenant King, 12th Infantry, is now Tot1 Quartermaster and Commissary at Fort 1h'!5)lei Stoncman nna Dr.Ualtey arrived the Territory rriitly. ntul arc, wc iiiiiik, .in ,, nt Infantry Camp. Pw.rm ir Bro B"wl,nS beue they cwDOt got any pay for nuppllc furnished Government, Captain Foster having no mon er for that pcrwosc. Ho i, however, expect jir some every mal. This failure of Gov ernmen...

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. — 8 April 1871

New Mexico. Tito Republican Central Cotntnltteo of this Territory lmvc issued n cnl! for a convention, to meet at Santa To on the 29th Inst., to nominate & candidate for delegate to the 42l Congress. The Demo crats have not yet moved in tho mutter, and it U doubtful if tlicy will, ns tho whole Ter ritory seoirn to bo owned by the "AdminW tntion Republican Party." Xkcro Revels' occupation as U.S. Senator, will soon bo gone, and as ho will have to bo furnished a place, it would not surprise us to sco him come out hero as Governor or Secre tary. Who knows ? The An.Mr.A recent Washington dis patch is as follows : A general army order Issued to-day direct com mander to report tlio names of all Indifferent soldier who onght for the good of the service to discharged, aud provide for a tratisfur of men from one cornpmy to uuother, so that on the 1st of July nest, the aperemtc force of the nrmy hall not exceed the 30,000 required ty tlio act of the last Congress. Recruiting officers will...

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. — 15 April 1871

----BJB-elP---'Wip '. , 'S jMtraa-s-aasta "mi -aaaaaaaaam iiiiiiii rjj -. . M B mumi VOLUME Yin. , nr immB r - - THE ARIZONA MINK I!. rCRUSHED KVEIiy SATURDAY morning, AT - NSESCOTT, Y.WAFAI COUNTY, ARIZONA. HUJtSOUII'TIOX: Copy, One YVir. ..i " Slv Month- ii it Three Mouth Stnzle Cniie (57 00 4 00 2 50 25 Papers will not If wnt unless paid for In nil .ritve. ami dl inrtirlu'dy be discontinued at tin end of the time paid tot. a d v i 1 1 r i h i x r: : One fOtiare, oni time, fil.OO; each additional time, fl0. Each additional square, Mine rate. A liberal dl-cniint ulll be mule to person con tlMilnir tin- same advertisement for three, lv, or twcWc month. Professional or business card Inserted uiiod reasonable term. Job Printing. Tur. Miner ofllce Is well supplied with l'ree, l'hln, Kitncv ninl Ornamental I'ype. unit Hit- pin. prictor I determined to cveetite ill work with lii It Iiu may be labored In the neatest anil best ft j Ic of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the T,...

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. — 15 April 1871

She "2 Spim. lfM"tt. -Aritiotm Territory. jUTtJiiii.vv M i its i sr., AiMtn. i.v is;i. THE APACHE MOHAVES. Tlic Apache-.Molmvcs still priMst in raying that they desire to live on friendly Unm with Americans. At least, a portion of them do. They nlso say they are afraid of the Tonto and Pinal Apache. Many Americans h:ive faith in the profession of thoc Indi an ; other, aain, put no fuhh in their as sertions This being the ewe, it is a very hard matter to decide whether the Apache .Moliaves lore peace or war Wit. Hut, one thing is ccrtnln : They arc very poor, and, if placed uon a reservation, fed and guarded, might, eventually, be made good Indians of. Hut, as we understand the matter, the mili tary authorities have no provision to give them, and consequently, cannot now take care of them. Col. (i rover, commanding at Gamp Verde, has had to order them away from hi post, for this reason, we presume. Now, one thing is certain, that although thoy may desire the bread that a peace treaty...

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. — 15 April 1871

(A "Local liitcll'iffMicc Pumcott, April 15, 1671. To Orn Patbon Not h.-iviriK the time necessary to call upon nil jiersonH in this vk-ln itv who "arc iinlchtcil to us, lor ntil-crlitlon, Duivertisiiif,', etc., ntul being hard up for cash, .Judge II. W. Henry hn- kindly conented to wsist us in tnakinj- collection, and wo hero hv ctnjwwiT ltitii to take all the money. goods, tic. that may lw tendered liiin, for the Mt.v r.n. Having faid this much, wo request our supi-irter.s to look out for the .Indue, and he in-pared to comply with the jut and ripht ful d.-iiumls he will make upon thorn. Per ,!! owinj: u, who reside out of Judge Fleu rv's circuit, cm M-nd in their checks, iy mail, or private hand. Jami Grant, mail contractor on the route from San Bernardino to Prccott, ha jirovcd himell" a faithful puldic tervant by the reg ularity with which he ha transiKirted mails, ttc, over his route, and it plcues us to know that the service will ooti bo increased, and that, then, he will have ...

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. — 15 April 1871

hi I'M 1 1 i 1 huh ! (Id n , i ': . J: ;'f,'. ' lilt SEEKING SYMPATHY. XKW ADVKimSKMKXTS PROPOSALS For Grain and Hay. r.r Altitun. vot, I ain't u-doln' notlilii' elc, Hut wolklu' itli Hint ' tborny ; For tilm i inei't my weary 'Util Has gone to C.tlifoiuy; Ami trow I'm left to bear tlio brunt Or Jiff with llir.iui .Mo'M, Wild ' Jint u dill' rent lrom tuc As popple l from roses. He iK .mil drink, anil work anil (deep. Ami ain't '"! provider; Hut ncct-ir ' -ill the -nine to lilm A o mncli tjtcr anil elder. I lute t!i! way of iloiti' life, In Minis of vultr-ir friction; My spirit yeurti lor .ytniMthy, Ami ttaMlotml .ittructious. My plrlts mtur' Ifaniril elf Has pone nml been divided; Of courte I can 't W notliln' else Hut Innardly lopsided ; I keep a grnjpln' arlur tiling', That' neither here nor yonder, Ju.t like a goose Hint 's yoked for life To Ultu that ain't her gander. I know wc meet In otilrlt yet, Hut somehow liuiu.ui n itiir", Let's try to equeneh it all wo can, Develop oou or...

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. — 22 April 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. V0LWB VIII. IMtESCOTT, ARIZONA, SAT UK DAY MORNING, APRIL 22, IK 7!. NUMBER 10. pKx THE ARIZONAJIINER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, I'RF.sTOTT, YAVAl'Al COUNTY. ARIZONA. Hini.scrtnn.'ioN': $700 4 00 2 50 25 tssld for In ad- in,l ill iiiMfdMy Iks discontinued at tbc rod of the time paid for. Os fopr, One Yonr. - .-I.t Mntitha Three Month, Flnjle Copies I'anm will not DC "fill " AUVlCK'L'IHIXCr: One 'inrr. one time. M.OO; ooli additional tlm", II V). Kaeh additions! square, Mine rutc. A IPx-ral discmini "M ,,e persons con tinuing the suae advertisement Tor three, six, or telo months. I'roffsilotial or business card Inserted upon ttuomblc terms. .T o 1 'I? rintinfj. Thd Sin of Tattling. A family haven sicrcd right to privacy. In guarding the delicate relations of the house holil secrecy becomes a virtue. Even if Itv chance the private affair of a household ate laid open to a stranger, honor would require liim to turn from tliem, and if knowledge of them w...

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. — 22 April 1871

mtlmx. rrtsuitt, Ai'Imoiiu 'lWritory. SATb'llD.W MOKNINO. APRIL I.-7I. Another Brand Now Military Wrinkle. Tly advertisements which wopnlilWi gratis, for tbe information of the public, it will bo seen that, this vear, all proposals Air furnish- ' . .l 4 -! 5f tnltirv nosts in .wuicrii Ari. zona with hay and grain, must be sent into 'the otlke of the Chief Quartermaster, '"" llarmds, California. Alio, protoal. for traiuiwrtiiig supplies from Yuma l)eiot to the several posts. This new and unexpected ruling ol the military authorities will have the effect of preventing many fanner ami business men of this Territory from bidding for contracts, which will, no doubt, be se cured by some citizen or citizens of Califor nia, having little or no interest in this Terri tory, or the weltare of its people, mid who will send their agents here to purchase sup plies nt the lowest possible rates. We re gret this shutting out of competition, and so does every honest well-wisher of the Terri tory. As ...

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. — 22 April 1871

Local Intcll.rTCiicc. I'kkscott, April 22, 1871. Rain and Snow. We ftil considerably relieved, and nro duly eraterul to the Ittiler of the t'nlrcrro for a timely BDdrir.iHB Wc,l,liH I"11 ft l,cw fl,cc on N lUirc, hereabouts, mid ;Uililcncd the Imirtis of our rI,,c- Knrl' Sul,,1:,' rnornliiff List, heavy vliid, which blew steadily nil dy Mid titbit, Ht In from thu south, und nboul 8 o'clock Monday morning gentle rln commenced fulllnt.', nnd continued to full until nbout luilf-put two In the afternoon, when ""' n,", kl"'1 CH,n, until alKJiit liitf P '-t Hvc, !"" "-' cinaiU cleared av, nnd the storm ceased. It was thought here, .luriuK the div, that tho dorm wm general nil our the country, and It wm, In una respect. We jre Ird to believe, however, that iu..rc water fell here, and on the mountains south than In the val. Icy north, from the f.ct that on lower (Jrattltc , the ground km uol wet down oxer an Inch, while hire, the Krmtnd wns thoroughly saturated, ami the streams replenished,...

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