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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 March 1877

"W53MB"' i ""F""HB""'",""""'"""M"9"B"Bfc1 "" ' ' " iim iiiuwuwri-i- ' L.ir , a -A ,1 ; i mi tv xrn in POETRY. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH" 97 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864. HE ARIZONA MINElt. 1'UBLISIID EVERY FMDAY. nv CHAS. "W. EUitoi' and Proprietor. OE Tbr Srt nural.r of tb Wecklt Miner tnti ItiuMon nrc n ipui iinri it, in,, its th HamiL i. .... " ". viiiu tu uc mc uiueu. sua tft tKumnnpcr tbt Tcrritorr. ?tibsiOiiptioti Kntcs. Mix .Moathi " Thros IuUi ...$5.00 ... 3.00 1.75 ... 6 -515,00. Tin: soxc. or Tin: sr.ixcitow. A.dvettii-is: I-Rtor. One Ine-h (10 nf of IhU typ). In column. 3.00f.n fl..1 mnn .nn xi rui r in.,, ...... .. ...iiinr.ni i.ianiiin A 1 : 1 .11 . r . tui i . x nuclei utuvuBi itiin jiwir rn.e will v miaa ui yci" ua wun uiTiniti mrm r nv in. .-nr ii-iit vnar nr j J J iruf!otial an J butinr can It iturrted upon rcaina IVrson riij'pj,' ii mouT tui -U-icri'tioo, adrrtl..uc lou KnfK iuav rurtt .iril it Sir rr.ml. n r nil.i.rtvi.i.. lit sal Tender Xetei tal-tn at j...

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. — 9 March 1877

of Canlrv. to Txc Alaim. on. the San Po 3ro. Tlie Sismts fr-vm Ycrde and Apache f them and was rein sod and all the sji..ible Cavalry from the j This nftidavit was r:-f northern pa 'I r ordered sonth and I nr ranged to takf the tVld hi person. It was disco verod h wever that there -was no pen eral outbreak of the tribe ami on tho 23rd, tho commandini; ofHeer of Camp How io, re ported on the authority of the Agent. (Jef fords that all the Indians hnd leturned to tho Agency, oxeept. seven, tht alleged mur ders." The Cavalry wn therefore ordened back to thoir station, and tho Scouts con tinued oil to .(.limp tirxnt. Jt was the dc sign to use iheso Indians to hunt up the murderers, hut the Agent, look no trouble, offered no information as to who worn the criminals, ami left the officers in charge to find out aua no what they couid. It . Ins business to havo nsJiou tor military am i nrtv was oflteer for some trooi to ao in starch ol and thus secured the perpetrators. i'hh tHticipl niw or...

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. — 9 March 1877

The funeral of little 1.1 )) yV 2 o'clock this uftcrnoi 44.14-fountaius of grief in v - ' i ... ... i . i ....l. IAV, 31 AIlCll :.1S77. trtton. The ftnicral of little Henrietta liohnti, nt on, opened afresh the in tlio breasts ot tier friend. Large numbers of people, mostly adult, assembled at the M. E, Church, nt -ii ..!. ! ti,. i,oUr Hj,ointctl, nnd listened with jr.zrrz. .tzt: ' marked attention to the remarks of ltev. J. ticks in the leadwa column mil j A. Merrill and the sineinsr of the choir. therm of tiuktt ornts per line ; Jiunv who had a mcio pnssiii!' acquaintance on, . twenty cents a hne for ien , .. , f r ., .iecert!,ctl were atl'eeted to tears as the Uov. gentleman re lated incidents in her Sunday school life, 1 spoke of the lovlinosaof her deposition, idle her immediate, friends were overcome by uncontinllable emotions. The parents uf the school children, deemed it wise, in view of the spread of the dir.ee scarlati na or j-carlrl fevor, not to allow them to at tend, he...

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. — 9 March 1877

TT1 I KT iK UP I 1 1 IV I I ItI I TWT ITI T JLU JUL XJ X. XX IVXAJVil XX J-TJU X JLK X-J XV. SUPPLEMENT. PRESCOTT. AMZOlfA. FEIDAY EVEHING, MAECH 0, 1877. HO. 10. I 111 I I I.' 1(1 I tA . Urilli. for Patent . A. T.. I U77. J WWiwwth .f TumfVIb I - I I . 11". a . . . . I vtdrri It J-irt. An- tied tlIr applldtlo for a lUc! Iim or vr n Nwlnr prwioJl kuailreHf.XUI itimir ni m anriui ami r n ami uwifMivu wr iu i, to vli VarUtloa If. 5 of Kikft betourlur Watly ii tnia. run cot noeami Application for Patent To run SicaMi Noam laniSMOsr cut niif Was r. S. Lam Office. rnKucorr. A.T I fbrurjKa, If77. Notice t liircbjr fives, that IfTi lUihfurd aod Om P1-. ''J1 iMt aMburiMd ureal, Jnliu X Rodeatrurjr, W poai-oflic tldre b l"ct, A. T.. haif tbu d yfloJ their aftdtratioa fura patent tor eight fr0i hundred linear frH f lb ad Xftl ExtentUm ua lb Wax lUgl miB or Yln. bearing fold ant ilvcr, with tjmt crvuml tiro (U0U) hundred ftetia wUlh, aituitt. Ilac luvl Whk Ih UniUittr MuunuJn Mlnlo Dbtrirf, Co...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 March 1877

3 Alfalfa for Hay. Sa Fruscboo Bulletin. Formerly there was a very strong pry ud ice against al&lGi for. hay,, especially, .for horses. It -was considered good enough for cattle, but too coarse for horses. The principal reason for thip prejudice was found in the fact that trc did not knoir in the first place liovr to sow alfalfa, and in the next ?lacc when to cut it and how to use it. cars of experience have taught us what tnerc is in both these point, and now alfalfa is the best hay produced in California, if not the best produced m any other country. Alfalfa xnmu to be sown thick, at least '25 pounds to the acre. If sown this thick, and a good stand is obtained, the clover grows fine, the stem being tender and juicy, instead of coarse nnd woody. But even then it must be cut earlv. or before the seed begins to form. The best time to cut Alfal fa for hay is before the blossom is in full development. 1 his is not all. If cut thus early, and then not properly cured, the ha' Is gre...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 March 1877

f-r rrr T4T TV! 3 7 cv, 11 C3B JVY ... r I it Mill FRIDAY, MAKCll 0, 1877. i.... T ! 1ST?. r i.iiiiiwtw. . - - . . i Enmm MisrKI todtaa UvSend youHth j.rocee, ed io-plue h lm.r 4ii eomau- ,ijr Hems, men au.; , not;co 0f jnomrv. The was. most salb- vneral intereM Ui your renders. ' Iho ,,., ,rr. nml. nw. after lin alienee of citrh- Xia; vi-MA INDIANS OX THK WAK-YATU. The following dispatch has.been received at Military Headquarters r Maricopa, March G.1S77. i hon. nl 4 o'clock thi afternoon, from -what I have been ablo to gather, tlte Pimtis believe that the two Indians taken to PIiomiLx ou the 17th ultimo, have beou hang ed, and on that account an? much excited and incensed against those who, they be liove, caused the troops to come hor ami make the arrest. Mr. Moore ami the tele graph oierator arc very uneasy about the matter I canuot vet tell how much cause there i for this feeling. Mr. Moore's party at work at a well, twenty-five miles wut of here, were fired upon and driven away...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 March 1877

1 ( -! 1 n TELEGRIUC SPECIAL TO THE MIXER. The steamer Idaho arrival this morulne from the mouth of the Colorado river, with broken xIton, ami Is fchort of coal. Had a nice r.il Just night. Telegraph lines pros trated, by storm, abovo La Angeles. Washington, March 5. Immense crowds throng the city, though the day is raw and dowdy. The Inaugura tion aVcant started from" the western part of the City, at 10 O'clocV. nd arrived at the Capitol at 12 m. President Hayes com mence! his address immediately. AAcr which, the oath of omc3 was administered by Chief Justice Wait?. Everything passed off in a most orderly manner. Toavoid any tech nicality, President Hayes 'took the oath of oflice Saturday evening, in prescuce of the Chief Justice, m the Red Room of the Er ecutive mansion. The Inaugural addreia was very brief. After the usual introducto ry sciite'nces, he took un the Southern oues tioa uud .advocated honest' anti peaceable, local Government, securing the welfare of all citizen irrcc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 March 1877

f?:1ftrf 1 L. XIV.-NO. 11. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 16, 1877. M",ll",l,w"MMIIMW,M,ia . ESTABLISHED 1864. E All 1Z ON A MINER. VUDUSltCI) EVERY FRIDAY. ur CHAS. W. BEACH. I-Mitoi" ami l'roiriotjr. ,Xkc 5rluumtr of the Wkekly Miner itj( ittuedon Nu , lvl. and in tan, m unr-.rruin year. II can, truth claim to be the oldet, and bet netrtpaper njfttc Territory. BftM-.OrSl'HCRirno. ljliverd by carrier, (who jffeu'.ect ere rv .Sa'urdar.). FIITV tCsTa A wr.RK. My MM,' free of pujUte, TllttKU toix.Ul- far ttiren moth. ei"nUv th WEEKLY MlSKU. contaial tel.irraphie 4iotiir uews to the hour f t,'i to wex, will bo Mfchedall Daily ulicribe. EApVtinriMMJ 11.1TI-.S. One iwfc in enlntan S3.M ft" M Srt insertion, aud 51.50 for raeh addttHHtal iaertti. r .I'-eri-it u iW alve r.it. i.i ' ; e ' . hult 'ur . r i if. .gi;nts ioi: this minisk. O-o-O g- ra.tscisiv CHAS. W UHANE. IVO Montfasiery teeL .w Yoi.K w. rr.u 301 North CSd itreet. Ai-izona. jAMfi Alitor.. ." A. Kit INK. A ;rsni ki K.M...

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. — 16 March 1877

mz gpucr. Fill DA Y, MAKCU IG.1877. Oftioial Paper of Yavapai County. AAKM M'lilXti IMiiASS. Xeus has reached Headquarter that Lieu- -cnaut uticKcr wuose uinrch iuto New Mex ico, i tic iciegrapti mentioned a few day ago, union etl the trail of Unit thirtv MINKS AM) MINING. C VT Oat, y Mrmgvntry tfrtu, Sin JVtjncitr. i t Agrntftc ikt AnU J Ml.vCH i ta city. i 1 e-.V--fit J cot"! 1 1 tmv di-t tit uuhliiirnt, ta.lt onitrx fvr etdrtrtittHf s4 itttnd t anv ttStr busincJi drtelrinjf m im u rfjTfifn.'jftrc He .-& tshtrt EL . . . . . . SAX CAltf.OS INIIIANS. A party of Indians numbering between thirty ami forty, from the San Carlos, reser vation, waylaid and murdered a peaceable Indian while riding on the main road about four miles from Camp Apache. Near the sme place the party met and fired upon one of the Indian soldiers, killing his horse, he escaping by concealing himself in the "busies. ThU took place on or about the L3th of this month, just the time that the Tucson Citizen was too...

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. — 16 March 1877

2 t mm M'JMDAY, .MARCH 10. 1S77. ;s. 8 NOTICE! in the readme columns trill ?f9at the rate of tihktt cents per line tjkterttcn, and ttceittv cents a line tor each insertion. Seal Intelligence. A.iv Fmv FrnNACK. A run of eleven hifK w five days ami a half, has just hecn closed at the Agua Fria furnace, on ores from several mines, mixed in such a way as to work to the best advantage and smelt the easiest. Among the mines represented arc Silver Prince, lilack Wanior, Kit Car son, Silver Flake. Mike Herman, etc. The roult w a ton and a half, or three thou- saint poumis, ol base bullion, worth nuotit a rniDAY. Mr. beetl, tntonns us that stages will leave Nk. t 1 1 I nt-kv V ma liinj uiiivt uuy, ancr AIOUUUV next. ah tiuo wishing Dentist work done will do well to call on Or. Ganliuior, at the ollleo ui nr. j.iiicoiu, Ullico HOW. One Miko Umslur dollar and a quarter a pound, or nearly , and hrought bolore the Probate .Iudo to four thousand dollars. Owing to the 1 day, on the charge of buimr...

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. — 16 March 1877

-UUU'. ili:;l, and had t i-it the mine twice for the purpose, payini; out lurg - mums of mouoy for travcliusr cun-uses fees of experts and assaycrs, matt. sarre and otherwise. An ' soon a ktsiW hey notified the defcud I ant that ther had completed the c.vauiiua I tiou ami wcrcaatutfed with the mine. They ! then, in accordance ith the jrrccuieiit, de- ; ..I .. .1... .!.... ii. 1n d Iisih.I nit flu Crowds of people arc arriving Ucrc daily. : mine, but he refused to give it, and has ev- FRIDAY, MAI5CII 10, IS77. TitiiY comk. Tttr.v roju: from all quarters f tho world, and ewy thing indicates that the tide of immigra tion has just K'gun to arrive; every mail brings intelligence that others arc par ing to start for Arizona, which is all well enough, so lout: a they bring means with them io a-sist hi the development of the mines, hut if they come depending on mus cle alone, we feci it to lc our duty to say that the. market for that article is wU sun plied, nsid though not as yet, absolute...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 March 1877

w : ,ilcy, of t lag an - to rnlue was is a 1 by ti otters in Dunlnp lea Cal bring d WEEKLY ARIZONA MINE ivn, to b id rivers irde, A si , in UUs good lis) VOL. XIV PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, 1877. The l'recloun Mctuln of the Southwest. No little attention has been given to the matter of tin precious metals in that portion of our country acquired from Mexico by the treaty of IS IS. It is well know n, however, that "mineral deposits or equal value and extent exist all through the contiguous northern States of Mexico, from the borders of Texas to the Pasifie Ocean. The following brief statement of fact and figures is compilled from the public re cords and from the writing and reports of such authorities as Wake, Ward and Riron Humboldt, and other men and sour ces of unimpeachable veracity: The coinage of Mexico fioiu the year 1721 to 1S04 was $2,027,952,000. For the per iod from 1S04 to 1S4S, S7SG.947.097. From the last named pi-iiod which was the date ofct'ssion to th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 March 1877

1 I 1 m 3H tirfenft Haye'a Inaugural. ident IIajcs delivered his Inaugural i on the 5th of March, as follows: Citizens: Wc have assembled to the public ceremonial begun by itrtori ili4frt.'rul hi tnv unwiow. o ' . - " J" nl now a time honored custom winch commencement of a new term of jsidential otHce. Called to the du- this great trust, I proceed, iu com- witli usage, to announce some of the principles on the subjects that now engage the public attention, by which de-ore to be guided in the dis"harge 1 . 1.. su Millies, i siiau not uiuiertnKc to irrevokably the principles or ineas the Aihmiiistratiou, but rather to with good for all concerned. It erally conceded throughout the country that a moral obligation rests upon the National Government to employ its constitutional power and influence to establish the rights of the people it has emancipated, and pro tect them iu the enjoyment of those rights when they are infringed or assailed. It is also generally admitted that the evils whi...

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. — 23 March 1877

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864. VOL. X1Y.-NO. 12. frllE ARIZONA XlSEK.t PrtlMSHED EVr.KY rniPAV. j H V , CHAS. "W. BEACH. j l'diioi ami l'ropriotor. iTt.e firitmmlT of the W'RHKI.Y MINSK ttaluti.loa liUrcl- Isot. nml In tWs.lt. Hib-tei-ota yettr. it e. Iwlth tiuth. claim to t the bl;t, aad Iks! wplr la t'uc Territory. AO KNTf? VOli TI 1 12 M IN lilt. o-o-o !!-.V TUANv !(. CHA. V. CKASK- H.-. Muatgotate-ry -inr. i Nl.tV Y.KK .XV. II. I"rKs 301 Xttrth iftM mt. Arizona. i Ylvx Klll.l MU.lt.. Wl KCM.Uil . Ha M'H ii I r Kim vi 1'vkk P)K"MV l..sr 1'ii.rMX. FLOIit.MI' Tic" jxnt-i A w ee .V. t'KK. i. n. riK?i. , ..... a. i:. iavi. ...OBO. It LoHINrt ( II. Vt.H- JO. COLMNBMOOIV. ....J. M. .M.VJ.5H. - J?iil-.oriit iJi lxiitcf". lOiu. t -y. I'of Yettr 6.00 3.00 i 1.75 i 86' ...-S15,00 ; MX .M'inlli . ..... .. iv...,,!.. 1 11 1 , .'I-' -1111 Ifttn c,a v I"" ......... Da.ly ami WcrVly. otic year. .Atlvortinina Kutt.s. j On.itirlK'l JUin-xiniiMtyp'). in column...

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. — 23 March 1877

TH. M. ... - t Im PIS 1 DAY, MAUCII IS77. Jiliv.fiI lniHi l" Yiivii.wti iNmiy, i: V 1 1 i:M AM) I M M 1 G K ATI ON T'm... .ul will, according to the most rch.il iinormalion wc can ohtain, reach tlx (. lor.o.-i rix.T nl nit the lith of Airil. The Southern Pacific Kailrond CouiHiny ; have purchased the river IkvUs, ami intent! to run a daily -teamcr trom Yuma to Khren lramat.ic..tl Till; l'l.CK COt NTKV. TKLliJGHAri HO. StAiHluiS on tl.o bu.inuitof a lofty dill' . SPECIAL TO THE M INJEll. in tho vicinity of the Pock jnine, an in.-pi I ration of awe hciriw the tniud on lxj!ioiu ' MbwjIi ,IU. ... , . i . ;, ...... I IIO UlllltlMIl Uimni Ul lilt.1 Ilium inju.s n the suMimo . spectacle which present lUII Ml .i.i, fro, WivdiluLinii, uiuler! Kur off to the ri.'l.t mv Ik htaul of "'IIik SuiuIi Socehr, which do- MH!tirttl to the vision. SEW A 1 V ERTJSK3I KXT& Application for Pnti'iit. TO tHB l'vUBMi Ml). It. No. Ti V . t.uuoin t THiHK'trr. A. T Utirk CM lnTT. ) NnOc L hrrWj git mm that. ...

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. — 23 March 1877

mm wtti MtJaA rrwf?nrnifr iff m Mmtx. fitlDAY, 31 AUCI1 23, 1S7J. A Uabnct Mint. T. J. Drum, $, has The grim nifSNtfttjot of hnth lias again j ahuw u us a tK"cinun of (arnctiferous iu i knocked at tin- tloor. This time tittle N'ico-' r mica lut literally filled with common lau. tin pri.h. the joy and ho'te of his par-; jpirnci.. sonic of them :i large as ordinary , cut. .Jul. N. ami Johanna ltolenhur, 1ms hickorv-nut. vcrv sunnietricnl twelve- Wu taken hwhv. D.iv after day, arc wc. sided crystals, of a deep red color, ami putc calU.l upon to preform the mournful and tin brilliant and beautiful. Dana says, "The ' welcome duty of wmlim' the uutimeh ii. NOTlr. intfic rrWme rofamns ' 1 irurnct mnsil of siliea alumina and lime. ! death of little iiinocceiiU. until a vinntn n. i l93tl ,u th' ratr f T,m:Tr cr.NTs irrlinr wjtj, Mjoro or jcss j,. xrym or manga - vmle the town, and the parent of children 03-,,. twig wis ahe 'or1' ce. When transparent, it is called pre-' now iu health, are 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. — 23 March 1877

. mm CY opoly oi the carrying trade between Cali- "l llllin tornia and Arizon:i, ami & very tight grip CirD - H-v 4 OI, tj. j):is.ciijrt.r travel. The teamers run. nin to Santn Monica, Wilmington oml San Da-go, will continue to ilo a small portion ot the latter for the present no doubt, but if they should be found to lc much in the way mentis will be found to take them in also. The polio.- of tlu Southern Pacific Hail- The Misek lmd oecn-um tomo time since, road Comiany like that of all companies wlier n unwarranted attack was made on having the power to shape things to their General KiiUtr, to "ivc smc facts in f egard n liking, has ever been, and ever will lie, . to make the nut out ot their opportunities, to Indian affair m the sou hern portion .ol f mul .f timl lhat imUct the Territory. AVe knew- whereof we ;oke, i rt..ltor tr.V n t,is direction by fixing a ami gave truth only in our statement-. The low tarilf of change.-and thus nuike more Citizen want Us imprisoned for lif...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 23 March 1877

3 team' s own r the 1. jcntlei icenix him i TlOVCd :tcatk' WEEKLY ARIZONA 55 XT 1 X J. JZ j1C iV MINE III tfdav laving I in a VOL. XIV PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1877. Kfiuiul Aflrr Thirty Vrar. Nearly thirty-four year ago a youm; woman named Martha Lure, living with Iter with him, eluded them as a matter of per- ; Kiutou MoitM.Vt. Cam.: I have lately sonal .safety. That Clancy was no 'Spring J received :t letter from fu'tieral l'leasniiton, chicken' vyas evident to all who observed dLovort-rof ihcw-callcil '-lllnc Glass Cure iiiiii ii vit' win in" in.-' lAuiiiiiiniiuu mm mm, . r . . . t . I tiiiVI'Iiv ... . n .. .... . . . . .'. A DortlOll of Its COIlt.-llts miiv Im ni mfj-r.-Ht ! TIO.Nhm i UHI 11 IS IlOi ill all UnllKi'ly Hint lie Ik til tUll ; . . " ' ' , V re.ptfully lnu the tlnii7rrt.'f wiu i" iiiaiu in uvuviii ui juur reaucrn, ' jr iaire abi arid .,... cre in o.au r..n.... .i.;.. ..-;ti, .. i .i ..i- ,..i.i.,... .. i... 1 1 . a a we or-ram.ed and haveconnecli...

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. — 30 March 1877

L. XIV.-NO- 13. E AKIZOXA MIJfEB.j BUSINESS CARDS. rUBLISHED EVERY Jr'MDAY. n t JXIAS- "W. BEACH, JikUtor ami Proiirieior. LAWYEES. PHESCQTT, ARIZONA, FRroAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1877. BUSINESS CARDS. ifrstaurabero! the W'KKKLT Minek was Issued on 9, 1GI anS la this, its thirteenth rear, it can. truth, claim to b the olJci!, and best txwsfaper 1 caoery. S AGENTS KOR THE MINER. o-o-o rtuxun-o Cm as. W. Oiuxc Ivo .".luntgnmery street. Yor.; w. H. Frnuu ."Wl North ftM street. Arizona. JIEXJAM1X MORGAN, ATTORNEY AT 2AW (OCice with J. I'. HarsrraTe, Esq.,) riiF.soorr, yavavai cmiwty, aiuzona. Will l'ructlce In Ml Court of the Territory. larticular attention givon to Mining Law. in: r nits to uox. s. iieydknit.u.t, San PmnciMvi. it. r. MoitiusoN, Judgo-lth Dist. Court ' 44 Thomas mtowN. Cashier Bank California! i Cllt'KU .... . ........... tliC MUS. At I'AKK X tt4msix act m. THOMAS FITCH, Attorney & Counselor at Law, Jamiu Atitco . Frank J. H. l'tiai-ox v. n. luuur A. E. Davis GkO K I.O...

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. — 30 March 1877

f w FRIDAY, 31 AIICII 30, 1S77. Otlieinl l'sipoi oP Yavapai County V- . trail. H.it Amtfawfry Hrttl, ian rranctgec. tt ol Ajrntfor tf Akuosa MlNKIt in Uof ri'fjr. iV it attthoritfd U rollrrt mmtfjit dut thil ettalniihMmt , talt oedtrt for adrtrtittna ami attend to any other btitintst tfrrefci5 ujtrti Aim a$ ths rtpraentatitt nf KKSEKVATIOX INDIANS AX1 TUE ;ovunxoiu General Kautz informs us that he docs not intend to make anv response to what was foreshadowed as the Governor's "exhaustive rcpl j,' for the reason that the subject of con trovery between himself and the Governor is practically a dead issue. The late scouts have demonstrated that the Indians who committed the recent depredations, in the South Eastern portion of the Territory, have taken themsches and their spoils back to the "Warm Spring Innervation from whence they c:.mr. The evidence of the Acting Agent Dr. Whitney gue- to show that two hundred and fifty Indian came from the Chiricahua Agency to the Warm Springs at thr...

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