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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 27 April 1877

m (3 .establish! is, that thc separate 'property of i i - a id , r , X n., ' iWUT' - --- - - vitocaunotW Inn full v seized to pnv the veiiitronrmax Kl hV'l,fSJl FRIDAY, APRIL 7, IS77. of her husband, ami if micI, scim-obe chlhU i? a" aJ ha ftrlKl Toe ' - - - Sio o'flf CoMrt:1.,,y function, vrill stop . Iwiott 1ms ,,d a tnislor.,,,, u ,, c 'JS ' CMlK-iul raiwroftho Town ot'Pivt t ? hentl trom selling. them this year, therefore thoy are are look- - - , , :" " :1 - ! itl!" out fur s.im.. .,n. I... .. :ii , , charted at the rte of tuusty cunts tnrlinc fr . iHjrr.MW, twuf twenty cents a fine tr each I u5sf7U-; iiwrf-fioii. j jLoca! Intel I i een ce. llirec onterpriinr reitleUMi arO diin; En well and huildiiiir a rorrtdl on the flat, in Ithe pine rrove. between town mid Miller illro's. raneli. Tuxnskkks ok Hk.vi. Est ti;. Levi lin.li - Ilord lias -old to John Ely Mitchell lot 1 1, in tlock G, in the village of iTeseott, for the! bum of $ilO. John Ely Mitchell to J. P.. Hows, lots '. sjmd ...

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. — 27 April 1877

FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1S77. HOl.l TKKAC1IKKV. An iujunction was granted to-lar, at Tucson, by Court Coinmissiouur Carpenter, restraining The Secretary from removing the Territorial property from Tucson to Pres cott, but on what grounds we have not learned. We Imve been uiuler the impres sion, all along, that those in charge of the proporty appertaining to the Capital of the Territory were winking at the proceedings being enacted in Tucson, by the Court Com missioner, who has Hot much more right in the matter, than we have in adjudging the saints in heaven, and probably does not know as much law as our old black cow. "Wo have had no faith in those Tucson fel lows, and have said so; but our friends have said: " Oh. they are rery tmscimtioHS, and won't do anything wroug." It is related of Aaron Burr, that he once brought an action to recover a lot in New York City, made an arrangement with the defenduut to defend the action in a jxirticu lr my, carried theeae to the Court of Ap peals, and ...

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. — 27 April 1877

SMWffjMSJjJgMfMSJlSJSMMlMSSM "1 She CVPM D. Jos pros that ot Tuc and O for; , last uail slon hot just Ji 'Ale for . star WEEKLY ARIZONA & XJ I 3? U E M 13 IV T MINE FMBSCOTT. AKIZOKA. TilDAY ITEXIMO, APRIL 27, 1877. TOL. xrv FROM OUU UKtiULAlt COURK8PONIKNT. Editor Miner. After holding an inter view with Mr. B. A. Picas, one of the pro prietors of the San Diego News, who is here gathering information for his paper, we con tinue our journey from Maricopa Wells. As the sun disappears behind a mountain the distinct outlines of the face of a man is figured, in a reclining position, on its slant ing edge. A tradition exists among the In dians here, that it is no less than the body of Montezuma, which lies buried with the face uncovered; and in times past, it served as a God to appease the savage wrath. Passing along amidst the habitations and through the cultivated fields of the ml man, we finallv reach the school-house. An hour's visit at the school, with Re v. C. 11. Cook as tutor,...

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. — 27 April 1877

SCHOOL COMPOSITIONS. s 1 1 M mm IIr Ifollcnving interesting compositions llowcd to publish, with the consent luthors, two interesting young ladies, 14th year, and of our town, meui- '. Uic High School : An Ancient Cvr, the Little Colorado River, 'lhdveMiltt iSoutheast from St. John. A. 1 sided at St. Johns, that is, my father, Jaiid mvself. Our farm was twelve istant and adjacent to a singular old Inch has afforded shelter for the In- luce tune immemorial. Our unxie- aroued: we wanted to visit ami this curious freak of nature, the old th its hundreds of Indian curiosities, hat end we started for our ranch. re arrived in due time. And then iced the fearful bisk of proceeding Altering this dismal vault, made for , by "Hitn who docs all thing ng at the appcrture of this ancient ncan home of the red man, wo were ed to light candles, which we took t knowing the necessity of having len crowdiu; ourselves through a circuitous pas.age, for some fifty entered a large room, where we very c nc...

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. — 4 May 1877

-, She mimm if""'- :2 OTlil ESTABLISHED 1864 VOL. XIV.-XO. 20. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY" EVENING, MAY 4, 1877. THE AH1ZOXA M1XE11. PtHHSllL'n KVKKY PIUDAY. li V - CHAS. "W. BEACH, Ktlitor jul Proprietor. S The ar.t number of the Wkbkly Minsk wa. iHPlwn March 'i. 1S6I. ana ia thi. tt thirfcMwtk yrar, It an. , with truth. rUmi to be the whleM, and beJt uewifaper M tho Territorv. Subscription lviituM. jOectopr, Oar Year f " " Six MenSb t 11 " Three Months tide Copie. laliy and Weekly, oar year. ...$5.00 ... 3.00 ... 1.75 ... 35 .515,00 .Ailvortiins: lvtits. One", noli ('lilmesof ihi- tvpe). i coin Ma, JH.OO for n tfjirri-.n and Si M per Inch tor oaeh mUlitioaal ia-ferlkm. lintr. ryhn udverti.c Inrrelv bv the vr half vmt or , e - "a? and ta,iprM Oiird. ia.erted apes reawaa- b-eft. Per.on scadinc u mener fer ub9irlptltti.alrertltnc lor lob work, tnay forward it by mail, or etherwl.e, at their own ri.ls. K Lgal Ttmlrr .Vofrx talen at pmr in paymtnt Jtr crrrio. sdrtrtiung 4nje Krt'. Ijp'T...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 May 1877

FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1S77. Oltieial laHr of Ynvnpjii County C. "" Orhr. 4SU Xnittfvitrjt ttrrrt. Saw Prune i sco. it i Agfnl fr Vie A KUO MiNKK tit tkat ctly. lit it :uttitri)J ftf ajlrct numfft Jut tkit ttUiUitKmeut, tale crdftt fee aJrtriittM; .inf atUnJ to liSrr tuii Jervirm.? ih Aivt at the rtprttrntittir f tt pubtiihrrt. g. . 1 Ol'H MKUCHAXTS IIKAVY STOCKS. It has become a by-word with strangers nho arc daily arriving in our town, "What heavy stocks your merchants carry;" and the general wonder is. what becomes of them ? Our answer is, thai Prescott being the com mercial center of Yavapai county, which has a population of over 13.000 soul?, all of whom arc industrious, thriving, white eo "ple, and who are ucd to having all the nec essaries of life, the large amounts of goods continually arriving in our village, naturally iintl their way to the homes of all our in habitants. If a cloc observer will watch our different mercantile houses, for a few days, buttling- Miiali teams, pack ani...

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. — 4 May 1877

FK1DAY, MAY 1, IS77. Hoi.il VjiiHM'ortlu.'Towu orirKott afSt'liIAl SotU'Ks. in tkr rJiHf columns trill c ivrrt" it fAr rnir ot TiiiKTv c i:ts lint Ifer tin: iiviYm4, ami tternty rent hue for tuch gmatcfHrfir mst i turn Local Intelligence. tii:siay. Hon Jutigi' ('. A. Tweed. Hon. Tom Filch IMid In-uiumtu Alorgitn, K-j., loft tor Mineral IPark in Mojnve countv thi niorniii" to nt- tend .1! strict court which convonos nt tlmt IWa. e on the tirt Monday of this month the mil. Ftkuk Wvtm:. Hon. Fnul WoKt ha m hist, after bkiNtiijjr .jo fwl throueli solid Iwck, struck clear, cool water; thu.N ONtal- lllhing the fact that water can be found in L-".v fin oi mo town woni ot vininne creek.. - iWe are informal by Mr. Marion that ow to tlte imposiiility t jirocure. hen e nccoNNarv inatenni tor -tai tiu-' the Ari- pni !KiiiHnit. Iu in coiuih IUsI to lcla. It 4i" '4 it in (if the Mir. until Mii'li in ii mi got the neoeasarv amount of npe, etc. from San Francico. Auuoxa Edvcationai. Ixstititi:. Thi...

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. — 4 May 1877

- ... I -O FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1S77. oi.i riKi.D.s ok maim cor a county. Vk'c were introcucetl, yesterday, to Mr. C. C. Kyutcr. a resident of Maricopa County, who is extensively engngwl in mining, etc., near Cave Creek, 15 miles north of Camp McDowell, ami elicited from him the fol lowing mining news: Tin: lion, Owned by Win. Howe, situate eight miles from Cave Creek, has been worked for the )at two years steadily, and has paid its owner, au average of $100 to the ton. The vein is two feet wide, with well defined walls. Several s-lmfts have been suuk ou the lead at different places, and each shows ore of the same character ( free from sulphu xcts), and of even richness. The owner has two rastras which he keeps running steadily, stud by constant energy, and the even rich ness of the ore, has accumulated several thousand dollars. Mr. Kowe emigrated to this country at au early day, and settled on u tract of land near the upper crossing of Salt ltiver. where he resided and fought re verses, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 4 May 1877

at last, rock, s: lifting iny pa Wei tug to WEEKLY ARIZONA MINI Jus ucc 011:1 I) .! pi imt a- .ype, e U Xr X. J -j Jiu ivjl jl VOL. XIV PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENINO, MAY 4, 1877. LirrrEit ritoM siicuirr.vKY hoyt. Tucson, April, 25th, IST7. EtUTon Miner: I have just seen your editorial contained in the Daily of the 2lst instant, and Uc?iro to say in regard thereto, j that, while I am ontiruly willing that all my acts in an oillcial capacity shall be fairly criticised, still I prefer that Mich criticism should bo made after a more complete knowledge of the facts than seems to have beeniu your possession at the time you wrote the article in question. And as 1 have had the opinion that you would not wilfully misrepresent my acts upon this sub ject. I am forced to the conclusion that some one must have given you fale infor mation in regard to my opinion and acts relating to the removal of the property from Tucson to vour eitv, and 1 therefore write vou thifi to givu you as true a st...

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. — 4 May 1877

C.KAN DUST SCKXKKV IN TXU: W'UKI.I). K.mtoi: Minek: In your issue of April pth, oupublished an account of Capt. John os explorations of the Colorado Hiver, i a raft, and his attempt to discover the influence of the Little Colorado therewith. Permit me, as one who, from sad experi- ec, Ktunts something about the conjuue- .i ot tu.tse streams, to uivc the readers the tfismi a little information on a sub- t which Captain John 3loss knows noth l :.t ail about. In all the maps, the junc- a of these two rivers are indicated as oe- rnng m a lanre mountain ranc. And d when their waters flow together, the lorado is delineated as makioir a lanre cam, to the East. When on the contrary, surface of the country where the Littie llorado disembosoms is perfectly level. ic two streams, after ioiuin. How in a light line for about half a uiiic, and then like a bend to the West. In Febiuary, 1S73, I left the Moqui Vil- ? lor tins very point no; on an exulo- ig expedition, but a prospecting one. I Is ac...

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. — 11 May 1877

s-ik . - -i -.1 fOL. XIV.-NO. 21. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1S77. ESTABLISHED 1864: She muma "Si She akizoxa mixer. PUBLISHED KVERY FKIDAY. W. BEACH, Kilitoi and Proprietor. Srst nurnWr of the Weekly Miyrr irn.lisni-ilnti Ifcrch 9, 1S6I. and In this, its thirteenth yir, It cun, rrtW truth, claim to be the oldest, and best news paper itVth Territory. Subscription Kutos. Cvs " Y'r no KSf " Six Months fci " Three Months 1,Z5! 35 ( t - i i - . . S15.00 VilvertiMins Ivtitosi. oeineli f 12 lines f this tyre), la cwtumo. $3.00 frr firs .tMrlon nl SI 50 per inch fur isich ntlilitimtul inertku. IsYA ili.Aumf lriiM utu, rut m . will k. i.ail ... Jj . ... ... . ' wco nJTrrtue tiirgciy iy thf year. Unit y-ur or irr'" 1 - -. BrnU'- unit :tnl biKiurf. o.irN is-ertHti b(om re.iou a-1 .M trrmv SS . .,.,. - , ..,., work, may forward it by tnuil, or 4lirm1c , Ht nSEpal TeH.i,r Xotts fw at pir in payntnt fersub- Sals' TEKM. n ajremec inrdriaUy. AGENTS I'OIt TII13 MINEK. MK riUXClSCO C...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 11 May 1877

V FRIDAY, !U.V U, 1S77. Ofticlal l'npor of Yavnivii County. C. TT. Crane, 1'X Mvntp'mrr r-.f, San iVw -,., trf Agtntfvr the Arizona Minkr tn Mar oty. Jit u utAertx! to ruUe.1 k.ki rfnf Ail MteMttAmrnt, lole enters fr ai.- w Ny ku aMenJ to nv otter rux."rt Jw4rMy ttftH ktn the rtprtstntdlire of tt ifublithtrt. uvri:sx mum tucsojt. u:tti:k vkom t. ... jutti.ek. Wc have receive! a telegram from Mr. B. Goodrich who has boon retained, by the Frescott people, to bring an action before Judge French, of Tucson, asking the in junction, restraining the Secretary from movingthe Capital, to be dissolved, in which lie says that he has done all that is necessary in the premises and that Judge French has selected the 16th of this month as the day for hearing the motion to dissolve the in junction. He adds you may be assured that it will terminate satisfactorily. JUClt SIl.VUK MIXES. arc vre difl'ercnt instances Tip Tor. Again and again favored with good ncw from the lnincs surroundiii" us. In some...

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. — 11 May 1877

8, Ell 1 w me Mm FRIDAY, MAY U, 1S77. Jiul PaiwrofthoTowii otl-ro;soott in. Notices in the reading columns wif) oedat the rate of TltlltTT CKXTS per line jt inciiivn, ana itrrwy mm a line for eacn .4 . .. , t , - . . t uent insertion. cal Intelligence. Tl'KSDAV. last accounts T. J. Butler wascniovinsr If with fricmls at Oakland, Cal. in II. Marion ami family have nitc to ranch, on lower Granite creek, to he t a few lavs. "Walnut Creek School ha just closed o RCfMon. 1 he average attendancedu- thc scsmou was about IS. tc a uuuiber of our citizens are hecom incwliat excited over the Desert Land ml arc forming into companies to k- 1 il "' ' mi ou me una. J. F MVartor. eitv clleetr, turned o the t itv treasurer. ve-t.-nlitv. S.'iOO. ted by him from the ditlerent Iiuiue ot our villain. Boari of Supervisors, at their regular T yeterlay, decided to yo on with public improvement sucii a- buihl- urt house ami jail. waon roads, etc. terence to their advcrtieiucnts the can see jut what they pr...

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. — 11 May 1877

V X- c fVY FINEST GOLD FOUNl IX CALIFOKNIA, FKIDAY. 31 AV 11, 1S77. THE CAST INDIAN KAIl). Tlie Reports of Capt. RatTerty, Lieut. Craig and" Lieut Rcuker have becu received at Department Headquarters, and all there is in thctn is an account of damage done. audof long marches by the troops, but not a trace of the depredators where they went. Lieut. Rcuker, with the Company of In dian scouts, and about thirty cavalry meu of the 6th Caralry. scouted the Chiricahua mountains and the Guadalupe and Stein's IV-ak ranges, from the Gth of April to the SStlu Xo trace of the animals stolen from the stage station in the San Simon, or any fresh Indian signs could bo fouud. Lieut. Craig, with 12 men, started from the camp, in the Uuachua mountain?, south, along the eastern base of these mountains, into Sonora to Santa Cruz. From there, via Sun Rafael to (.'amp Critcndcn, scouted the Smoita Valley and country cast of Crittenden, and thence to camp. This scout wis made from April ISth to the 21st C...

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. — 11 May 1877

I; EEKLY ARIZONA S U P 1M, E M E N T. MINER. PXIV PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1S77. NO. 21. am 'KID AY, 31 AY 11, 1S77. LKTTlili l-MlOM TIltKMX. a IB Oawtrou Minku: Well, Thursday night 413 all nights that record the great "of life are sure to come while this MHJme still, ru continues its diurnal and cg -1 mEu . .... . revolution!); mid wita uiursday l fctlbaiue a goodly sized and expectant e to the Phceuix Opera House, to the consummate failure and abject of the ambitious amateurs who, for t time, were to assume the "sock and " Lgarathcly sjwaking, for the Jand rpoit of increasing the uiall stock al and entertaining literature whicli ics the shelves of the Sundav School But "he who came to scon", re--to applaud, for the wntlenien ies, lads and lassies who had shirked c in the preparation of their respect- s, presented a verv creditable exhi- or die delectation of the Pluuniciaus urbaus. The programme whs long, Mitainfd some features that mitdit J' juSc'i left out, wi...

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. — 11 May 1877

SPECIAL TO TILE MINER. Washington, May 7. The State Dejartniuul 1ms not yut been ofllcially notlllod of war between Russia and Turkey. Uvory projxjr itioastiru will bo takon to obMjrvu neutral relations. Camp Hobinson, May (5. Crazy Ilorso uiul his band, uuuibcring 1,300, Mirrondernd lo-day. St. l'otorsbnn;, May 7. Adlftitateh, just rcruived, ayt!ij Russians havo taken Kadis, and havo captured 1,700 Turkish prisonurs. Tho ltussiau attacking unny numbered 50,000. u'alatz, May 7. Tho Turkish gunboats attacked tho" Rus sian batteries bulon here, on Saturday. They destroyed a ortiou of tho battery, df jimiitlin tho guns driving back tho Kussiaus. Tho Hussian camp was lired by bhell. Tho batteries returned tho tiro will) cllect, sinking three gun-boats. isan Francisco, May 7. The Chrenlclo this morning publisher a revision of l'inney story, occupying some fo'ir column, lie alleges that Secretary ilobcsoo was hand in glovo with Carr, Uof lmm, Sarytnit, ltUrange. Slr.uioii and tho contract...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 18 May 1877

1 g VSSC em 1 4 9i t it imP VOL. XIT.-NO". nognnvm THE ARIZONA MllYEB. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. 11 y. ciias. BEACH, Editor ami Proprictoi. i., , c, an in thi, u thirtcotith iruin. claim to be. the U the Territory. BUSINESS CARDS. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY BUSINESS CARDS. EVENING, MAY 18, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864. LAWYERS. oldest. yer, it can, . nud best nswjpaper ' Subscription Kates. (Joe Copy, One Year .Six Month " Three Month SIr:I Copie Dally and Weekly, one yenr, . .V.V.V.V ".." S5.00 ... 3.00 ... 1.75 ... 05 ..$15,00 PAUL .1. ROHEKT, (ate of Saa Fraueiwo. .) ATTORNEY AT LA"W, I'RESCOTT, A. T. Nerth sM of Goodwlu Street. Bear Granite, .Speal French nn.l .Spanish, apltf. -Ydvrtiinc llatos. One inch f 12 lines of thi. type), in oolunm. $3.00 for fir BJrrtion and $1-50 per inch for each additional inertion. A liberal di.couut from abore rate Tvlllbe made to per en who adiertise larjrcly l.y the venr. half v.r ..r quarter. PrvM.i-.nal and Uttmwr curd l.'e 'tr-i . 11. .1. WADE, Attorne...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 18 May 1877

Fill DAY, MAY IS, 1S77. OtHcinl l'aiox' of Yavapai County. C. VT. Critne. 42". Jfmdftwurji ttrtrt. Sin Francitt. toit Jfftntl'er tr AtUCO.N vlNKli in tat el. Jit eutSorirtd to eaUfd 1' tit MtoNunmri tale erJtn for aJrfrtinm mW attmd to jay ofArr tutCivrn tfowfrinp upHt AM a M rtprtttHlalir Xftf MiHiMer. TttK CAl'lTAt.. Juucc Frcncli litis hoard the motion tor dissolving the injunction and has taken the matter under tidriemut, for the. purpose of gaining time in which he will bo able to re duce his decision to writing. As to the re sult of the tmdhia we have no fears. On the other hand the Tncsonitcs have. As will be soon by our Tucson dispatch a dele gation called on Jndgo Frencli which wore dispersed by the presence of the Star repor ter, a paper by the way, which is fair and goes for jtt-tico if it be against the interests of. the community iu wliieh it is published. A majority of the jn?ople of Tucson arc with the Star, and tmil ready to give this flection her rights, knowing tha...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 18 May 1877

11 il 'R2.S FRIDAY, .MAY IS, 1S77. HJoial Pnpor of the Town of Prossoot t cm, Notices in the reading cotumns tcill imargettat the rate of TiuitTr cents verline rrimrti insenwn, ana txeenxy centa a line for eacn m . . . . t i uent insertion. rooSocal Intelligence. m TUESDAY. ri A T i-n t- r 1 i.i .11. uy&xst in thoir mine and mill in Hradshaw, ffihomas Dougherty, for $7,500 gold coin, wml in imml. iPc arc credibly informed that the Silver OgjtSgg mine, in Pinal countv, has netted its 2?rs a profit of $100 ,0lK" during the last ag, months, on ore shipped to California. fjACK Tkaix.--The train of John Tim- Mfi & Go. loaded a larire lot of lncrchan- t the store of W. M. liniiiim to-dav, uuii.-u ior -vie.;mni. inc c roods are ic store at that place, in which Mr. m is interested. ;nt i Din It. n . A. K.me. ot the f An h. s Howe of our town, on the , f April, took unto himself, as every ; man should, a letter halt, m a Iadv ; e name oi jirs. trancis Clark. At last uts Mr. Kowe mhs ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 18 May 1877

rjuiscun. '5r-Vi 1 : tiip. Mhtx. FRIDAY, 31 AY IS, 1S77. stack Kunnno. The stage which left this place on Satur day inorninir, carrvin? marls, treasure box nml several passeugwv, arrived at Wrckcn Imrg iu ilue time ami after lonving that place ami wlion about two miles out was stopped by four masked robbers, well armed who demanded the treasurer box, mail bags, and the loose change on the persons of the passengers. unr Mierilt, Jut. t iJowers, wim was alxjanl taking Mary E. Sawyer, an insane woman, to Stockton was robbed of a line gold watch and chain and $450 in gold coin rxatiK L,Ukc, who was also a passenger. had on Jus person $340 iu irold and sucv-live iu currency. When demanded to hand over he gave thorn his pocket book containh the currency and also an order on parties in - Sau Francisco for $250 more. Supposing tins to oc alt itc Had they handed lnm back his order, it being valueless to them, and did not seat eh farther. Thus he escaped from being compelled to yield up $340 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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