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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 1 July 1871

WICKENBUUG ARIZONA CITY. SAN BERNARDINO. LETTER FROM SAN FRANCISCO. LETTER FROM CAMP M'DOWELL, Cxhv McDownLL, Arizona, ) Juno 10, 1871. To the lllitor of the Arizona Minn: Ily request of the citizens who accompa nied Lieutenant Morton on his fcxto Tory suc cessful raid, I send you an account of tlio do ings or the scout they mot, from this post. It rather seems to me they met too many Indi ans, and can 't report as good a "killing" as jour citizens, but wo will hope for better luck next time : Leaving old Fort Reno we took a course due cast, anil on the first range of mountains, about ten miles distant, wo struck the trail running south-cast,ninc nuimals three horses and six mules tho trail apparently about three dy old tho "big horse," and every thine, lust as described by tins Vcrdo uidc. We followed the trail some eight miles, when wc came to a camp on Greenback creek. Be fore lea vine tho camp thcr had set fire to the grasi they then disported, joining again and continuing in to...

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 July 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA VOLUME Yin. THE MINER Is Published Every Saturday Morning. ... sr.... PRE.TOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, y J, II. .MAIUO.V iV Co. ;. ti HiRtot, r. w nonsta, n. n. weaver, rrvpriVtors. TEKMS-ISVA1UAI1LY IN' ADVANCE. HlTIIHOIirPTIOX: Ona r0pr, One Voir. $7 00 Pit Months 4 00 Three Month 2 SO S1njl! Copies, 25 vrvjfiit r.raiN"c: 'Om Tur!, one lime, oh adtlltlnnsi :1st, '" Eaeh d'HifnI square, ssma rate. a UVeral discount will be made to person con Unslitc toe fttne advertisement for three, air, or twdr icon t lit. Prorr4inil or business cards Inserted upon rfoiiA'lc term. Job 1? 1 1 n t i 11 tT . Tnr Mimrk Office U well supplied with Prew Tiiitt. Knry and Ornamental Type, and the pro jntiors sre determined to csectite sll work wUh wki'-h tr-y may be livorud In the usntoit and bast ? le of the art. Work rosy he ordsrod from any pin of Uw Xft fito't, and, when aacuinpunUMl with the eh, it vni '' promptly ei fen tod and aosit by mall, or l'rti"i ending n money for soWso...

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 July 1871

Xrioott, -A.rlv:omw 'XVrrltory. 8ATUKDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1871. THE INDIAN RING. The story of the "wrongs" suffered by the Apacho Indians in Arizona, at the bands of the GoTcrnment and the people of the Ter ritory has been so clearly stated by the Press of tha West, wo bad aliuoit arrived at the conclusion that the whole business was un derstood and the matter at rest. Uut this is not the cass -at least in so much as tbo tran quility of the public mind is concerned. The ianatics of Xew York and Washington are again up, and ready to oUer the last aettlur in Arizona as a sacrifice to their god this deity belli;; no other than the accursed Apache Indian who has been spreading deso lation and death along the whole South western frontier, ever since the advent of the tint American citizen. It is well known that fanatics are the most incorrigible class of hu man beings, and, when self-interest is allied vrkh this, reclamation boconiev an impossi bility of the blackest and most hopeless or...

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 July 1871

f I r (FN Local Intelligence. Pnncorr, July 8, 1871. Now City. More land City," U the mrae of the city re tentlr mapped out. on the flat below tlic Tiger l)icovrry cblros Iirad.haw. It i chrUlcucd titer I). MorvUud, tbe dUcovcrrr of ye Tlgvr. Au Unlucky IndlvldttAL George Hne, of tbl pUce, tut never ruined tomb bot be ha bad more hatr-brcadtb etcapc; more up and down llinn any old protpector we hue ever kuowtt Tor teveral yesira pttt, Mi Pi have failed ; a ibort llrue ago, be lott boote, lru, bay, etc., by Ore ; then, one of liU bore Ml into a well, and wa lot; hU tonic ttrayed aaay, and to cup tbe climax, a few tUya ago, be caroe very near trklng bla Irg, whirb lulu till nurting. George l detervlng of bctur luck, and we bve prayed for a i-hauge. Sb&ep CotnUig. gentleman nameM J. Knnc, arrived Irom New Memo Mouday lait, and Informed u that 5ln tm l.twtru. who kept tore here In 1JWI, U on tbe rotd for l'rcteutl ltll about 2,500 limd of beep. Grain Corning. Miller' train, of I'rca...

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 July 1871

WICKENBUHG. AH1Z0XA CITY. SAN BBlUTAltDINO. ISAAC II. LEVY, LETTER FROM TUCSON. 1 (7 LETTER FROM PH(ENIX. Phce.mx, Maricopa County, Arizona, June 22, 1871. To the Editors of the Ariiona Miner: Albeit in a few year wo will lie beneath tho hailo of our own vino ami fl tree, in the ralloy of Salt Hirer, nt present wo must con tent oumcItcs with cottonwood ami willow, or tho roofs of our substantial aclobo houses. Our ranches havo iIotl"l tho rich green of the growing crops, and donned tho richer golden tint of ripened grain. Tho harvesting goes braTcly and eadily on ; to-day the headers pile up huge stacks of the golden grain, and to-morrow tho thresher sets down beside them, and, in a few hours, behold they are not. The crops that bavo been threshed thus far, show a good average. If the far mers realize a fair price they will, as a rule, hare done a good year's work. At present there worn, to be quite a difference between tho price asked and the price ollensd. We have had contractors ...

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 July 1871

J 18 mrtam u jm r mjn mm THE VOLUME VIII. PRESCOTT. AKIZOXA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 15. 1ST!. NUMBER 2. WEEKLY igBtTiVl r..'Vs ecus X j .-VlW ctfio i 0 THE MINE II Publishod Every Saturday Morning, .AT. PRE3COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AKIZOXA, By J. II. .MAItlnV Ai . J, ft. VAR10X, r. w. nooxrK, Iroprfetor. u. ii. weaver, TKKM8-IXVAKIAKLY IX ADVANCE. uiacrttPTiox! On Copy, One Year ' " Six Months ' " Tlireo Months Single Copies, .$700 . 4 00 . 2 SO 25 ADVIBUTI3IXO: One mnsre. one time, &3.00; c.vh additional time, 81.50. Each additional square, mmr rate. A lllcrnl t'.Uconnt will lip mule to persons con tinuing the samo advertisement for three, sir, or twelve months. Professional or business cards Insetted upon reiunMc term. -T o l X3 r i ii t i n . Tbh Misnu olllcp Is well stippllnd with I'renf!. Vltln, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor ar determined to crcente sll work with -which they insy be l.ivored In the ncatust and beat ntyle or the art. Work nj bo ordered from any...

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 July 1871

I- , Li n J t 4 fid i if 5 1- il:. i)w "v $iiim l'rncott, -Vrlxurm 'lVrritry. K.VTURDAY MOHS1NO, 31 IS 15, MURDER RAMPANT. Some of our exchanges hare begun to view crime In. the light of in epidemic, and cer tainly it plausible theory would seem to be all that is now wanting to establish it aB such. It is a remarkable, as well as a most deiiliirable. fact, that at least on the fron- .... .ImctIm camp, of ttitinirr 1 of rfire o ! currence; it would appear that the frenzy I which impels a human being to sacrifice the . ... ;r life of dm teilow man, Las no aooncr oeen gratitied than the demon of murder takes possesion of some one else, and the tragedy vf blood Is re-enacted. The list of homicide which we this wek present to our readers pictures a most dis ordered aocial system; a contempt of law, and a criminal spirit which would seem to call for a powerful remedy. There must lw something radically wrong in a community where a man o( vicious diameter has the privilege of shooting down,...

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 July 1871

1 1; i 4 Local Intelligence I'ltnscorr, July 15, 1S71. Mining Items, Good netvt continue to comu from Tiger sud I'inu Orovc Districts, llradtbnw. Last weeW,oer MjltTMJIU went out there, nd tllU Week wit netted tlio departure ol nuveml other. (Jur Int cut new from the district I derived trom Mer. D. Henderson, I). C. Thome, Jiilm Curran, I'eter bcoll, and other, who have arrived here within the pant lew day. ThU iihm In similar but "rich er," lo all heretofore pulillr hrd l.y u. ltegardlng tlie Tiger lode, they luloriti us that the discovery company' nbafl tv.i dovwi over Mxty feci; tliut the ore wa richer nnd more ptentltul than at any time previous. Itigg, Hammond Jc Co., hud utruck a large Ixidy ol rich ore, at a depth of our seventy feet, In llielr location. Gordon A Co., were taking out rich ore, and o, hldeed, Merc all the other old companies on the lode, lllll I.luu fcad gono to work with a uU on hi Tiger claim, which lie between discovery claim and those or Thorne V Casildy. ...

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 July 1871

WICKKXBUIKi. SAN BEUNAIiDINO. ARIZONA CITY. " , ! 35th Parallel Transcontinental Bo ail. Of tbe two projectol tntaicontir.ents, rsll rowls, thoj on the 35th and 32J parallels, the former would seem, t present, to have more Tal liable intirrsts enlisted in its faTxrj and, notwithstanding th- grc&t impiticncu tnanifcste l by the Mipjorters of the 321 psr allel road, at the Uy on the part of Con gross, in granting the right of way ami land rants, there ;fro., at preient, to he but Ttrr little intrrHt manifested toward com mencing operation on this line. In the meantime, the friends of the 35tb parallel route are neither idle, nor indifferent to the success of their projected line, but have ef fected a powerful organization it its favor, and evince a spirit and determination which mean action and point to succes. We have the following from a late unmbcr of the Van Buren (Arkansas) Preit: " A consolidation of all the railroads from Norforlc, Va., to Memphis, Tenn., is now con templat...

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 July 1871

THE WEEKLY VOLUME VIII. THE MINER la Published Every Saturday Morning, rnEacoTT, yavai-ai county-, Arizona, Br J WAIIIO. U Co. J. M. MARIO, r. W. OOOStR, B. II, WtaVtR, I'roprltlnrt. TERMS IN VAKI ABLY IN ADVANCE. BUJisomraoNi One Copy, One Year , 8700 " Pit Month 4 00 " " Three Months 2 30 Single Copies, , . 25 One )!ifcrc one time, t1.00; each additional time, tLSO. Each additional square, nine rate. A liberal discount will Iks made to persons con tinning the fwc advertisement for three, lx, or twelve months. Professional or business card Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job I? i i n t i n fx . Till Misnn ofllce Is well supplied with Prese, I'UIn, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietor! arc determined to eiccute all work with which they may he favored In the neatest and best tyle of the art. Work may b ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the ctuh, It will be promptly executed and tent by mall, or ai directed. Pertons sending us money for subsc...

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 July 1871

rr.i.f . "' .fy? , wk'- v.-'. mix i i t - T' 4 If' 1 : (I. l'rowoott, Arlwsoiii I'orHtory. SiATUKDAT MOUSING, JULT 23, 1871. Farther Remarks oa the Indian Question. We are out of patience with the moncy-nnUnj,, cowardly "peace" crew whose crlei are heard all over tbli broad land, for the blood of the few thousand white cllUcm who have escaped death t the handi of the Apaches, in this Territory, recent ercnt la which arc now attracting the at. tentlon of evcrr white-livered fool, knave, pol troon and coward from the Atlantic to the l'acl tie. For Eastern mummies who hive never seen a wild Indian, or met with danger, yet who talk m If they knew all about the Apache and the eltuatlon or affairs in this territory, we can ana do make tome allowance; but, for those stall-fed pirate who come oat here at the expense of the people to heal difficulties between a portion of that people and the savage aborigine of the Ter ritory, but who, Instead, add Jnul to tho flame belle us, misrepresent ou...

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 July 1871

iniSRI i si a i Local Iiilclliiruncc. l'llCbCOTT, Juljja, 1871. TUrco Llttlo Valleys. There ftta tlirco pruty v.lpys Adjacent I'fcicctt Miller, Willow nnd Whipple through all of which we roue, n short time ago, In a flue buggy, drawn by a :ty a pair of horses as were ever trousiu to Ariixwa, nnu wnicn itru the property ot Messrs. wormier & crtheliner. Whipple lhnl-ml flrf nl.l ...... . Tunc i" "'jt iu mm woru, owitiir, wo thought, lo tUo fiirt that It wan dry, very dry there bclnjrno witter lillde In Oranlte Creek, mtiiaim miun run M Hippie, WIlCTe tile roid crosses the creek, and where there were, huddled together, under the willows, several liun. dred head of ahecp. The valley ha undergone fjrcai cuanuen incu iou, nil oi WMcn li:ivu llt'CII wrought by the waters, which have swept down the creek, and which have undermined andw.nheil nway several acres of what was once (rood Jand. me onij ihciiuhk ueinj; uono wa on the ranchei cl Messru. Alt'XHiider and KarrliiL'ton. th lmii-r b...

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. — 22 July 1871

71 "-V",'' Tf- 1,..Jt(. a,,,, ir, . ' ' t ; ? i'Vi.:.';;.::, v'r'.'";' Ell 11 KN BE KG. SAN BERNARDINO. ARIZONA CITY. PUESCOTT. 1 nil E SI)! t III ill How the Injun Caught tho New Fash ioned Buffalo. There slat much fun In Injun i If there b It ' deepisb dewn. Aid do n't crvp ou! oucumriHia timet, A It ! lu mo", or r Iowa, Or a Dutchman, w Yankee, Or u; u' il-n 'ere cbp That aNr are W ,b K"1 rf ,lm' And never give heed t rutihapt. No sir! the in red tklnned pirate Mean bh-t, and a (food deal more ; A d when you are ,e- expecting m Tbey 're Jut outiide o' yer dwr, With a torch tad knife nod an invw, And a whwp of deinoulae nlrtli And away tbey ride by the glartng Hht Of y out Itrt ely bhulng hearth I hala't much Iot for an Injun ; And when Ibtt'i a Joke worth while Played off on the tneaklng varmint, 1 can l Veep back a mlle Jto moft than I can a bullet. When ! ee them prowlln' about With a treaeheruu lot-k, llkn a hOBjrry wolf, That'! watchln' alon tb runtr. Twa down In th ' Chwtnot...

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. — 29 July 1871

HOamiWllWIMIIII :WHiiimiiBwmiMwnn m0mmm 11,11 THE mm YOLUiMK VIII. PIIKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY .MORNING, J FLY 20, 1871. OTHER 30. WEEKLY MINER. THE MINER Is rubllsbod Evory Saturday Morning, ... AT.... I'RF.SCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, ily .1. If. .ii.viiiov A: fn. J, II. MA IIIO V, I' , w noosr.it. Proprietors. n. ii. wkavkh, 1 TEltMS-INVAUIAuLY IN ADVANCK. SUJlHClin'TION": One Copy, One Year , " " Sit Months " " Threo Montis Single Copies .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 ,v n v tout r h i isrcJ: One sinare. one time, etch niliUtlnn.nl time, iUift. Knch additional square, wnio rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or twelve mouths. Professional or business cards Inserted upon reasonable term. T o 1 rin tinq1. Tun Ml.T.it ofllce. Ii well supplied with Presses, Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Type, nnd I lie pro. yriclor arc determined to csretitc all work with v lileh they may be favored In the neatest and bust style of the art. ...

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. — 29 July 1871

Iw mmx. I'foMcott, VrlMtiuu UVrrltory. HATUKDAY MOUSING, JULY '.'3, P71. A FEW GENERAL REMARKS. The Indlsn o.uc.tloii, at prt-cnt, occupies a very romln-nl 'KMlilon Wort: tin- jxMjtle tlirousriuat the hle country, m! Mnjf lh.it which chlcflv occapicj th- puMtc mini In Arlxutiv, where r.tc tiout di-monstntloti hi nude It understood In Its every feature, the local uptr cm hardly devote too much space to it consideration, when It M citlcd tei tnlttdthit no other iiimiij of establishing n jiroer tind'r(n!idlns beyond the coutlue of the Terrltort rt :in tins hand o( the people. Wc would p.i undertake to arcoutit for the mo tive ofuM tVs prominent men who, ktioltii; the re-il character of the administration ot Indl. at Jilr in ArUon.t, wilt tlll persist lu itic-uorLof mlsrupresenUtion; tho motlst: of many, very niiny, wc nndertmd olUclal prominence and the acquisition of Rillt. We tlnd In the Dewret Xnrt a swtcmcnt roido by fleutral Sloncmsn, ubscquent to his removal from the wmraand of t...

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. — 29 July 1871

Local Intcllifrcncc. 1'itr.scorr, July 21, 1871. Condition of Prcscott Home of the streets, alleys ntid cmirt-yiiril of this town of l'rcscolt nre nu nbnmtimllon nnd sham, nu nlinitittmlliiii In the i:xr, of nil persons nhu love rlcniillitcm, nml n shntni' lo tin; Inr.y, fil thy occupants thereof. In saying nil llih. It Is fur from nr purpose to IntlmHo tli.it the town It .1 11 ity one; to do so. would he to utter a false liood, Tor ninny, very ninny, of tlio citizens or l'rrseott are cleanliness pcreoiiliW-d, nnd lint for tlir tlli:r.iecful exceptions Alluded to, I'rcscotl would lt III the tnnltrr of 111 Alness, n model town. Nntiire, In hi-decking th town-site with hc.uitlliil pine, oak, Juniper nnd other trees., has 1I0110 her part for us; our bulldlm: nro all neat, lirleht nnd tidy, nod nniiL'lit hut Inxlnc mid slov enliness wn ever make or the town nnytlilitir hut a pleasant, heiiiitlfiil plneo. Let u, then, In (lotl's nune, not go hack on Nature; nnd above nil let ii not permi...

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. — 29 July 1871

1 ' ','1VM''V"Vt',' V'',M ..-I-"!? 'veM, LOS A KG ELKS. ARIZONA CITY. PliKSCOTT. KIIKKNUKKG. J. GOLDWATER & BRO., WIioIcmiIo Dc.ilors In J t i it in I? Hi B, I. J Iks1isrffc THRILLING ACCOUNT AFFAIR. OF A SAD The following Is the omol.il report of SefRrnnt John Mott, of Company V, Third Ciiltod States Cavalry who Hniln coniny with Lieutenant II. II. OuhlDf, of that roinm.md, when he vra. killed by tlio Indians : CAMP TllOOl- "1" TlltM' t'AVALKT, ) IX llir. J'IEI-1'. Ns.AU TITV A. 1. J .May Will, IsTl. ) Oi;Mtn .UtTtimttr lrf TAir.f 'ftitttJ Matti CVirnfry, Cosvmandfnj; Iro,-i ' '" CAITAIN : In accordance with s pcliil order. No. , dated Headquarter Troop K. Tlilnl Cavalry. In the Held, linr Tucson. Arizona, April Sfi. lf"l, Lieutenant II. It. C'uihlnif loll thin place April 27. Wl, with imp zerpeant (myself), one citixen packer, nnd si vteen prlvntes. for tho purr"" of sooulloir the Sonoita ami .Santa Cruz Valleys, nnd that portion of the country bordering on the Minora line. Jl...

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. — 5 August 1871

THE ARIZONA MINER. WEEKLY VOLUME YILI. THE MINER la Publlihod Evory Saturday Morning, .AT.. MBSCOTT, YAVAI'A! COUNTY, ARIXONW, II- J. II. MAIMO.V t Vu. TERMS-JNVARIATn.Y IN ADVANCE. 8unscrsirTroN": Oni Tnpy, One Year 37 00 " " Six Month' 4 00 Tlirco Montts, 2 50 Single Copies,. .. 25 ad vnj imp r n-ct: One aqtnrc our time, 3.00; etch additional '.line, f 1.50. Each additional nquarc, samo rate. A liberal dNconnt will (p matin to pornoru cort tlnnlns the ame advertisement for three, six, or twelve tnontlm. IVofVaitanal or lmihieai cunl Inserted upon roaonablu terms. Job X v 1 n t i li of . Tub Minkii olllec Is well siiDplled with Presses, 1'Uln, Fnncy and Ornamental Type, ami the pro. prlctort itro determined to execute nil work with which they mivbo lavored In the neatest aud best Ktylc ofthe nrt. Work may he ordered from anv part or the Territory, and, when accompanied with the eash, It wj bo promptly executed and sent by mall, or a directed. Persons sending tis money for enlncrlpt...

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. — 5 August 1871

ill mmx. J'rtiKoott. .ArivsoiiK MVtrrltory. 8ATUKUAY MOR.N1.NO, AUGUST 5, 1 '' i . RAILEO ADS -WILL WE EVER HAVE I THEM! TTc tbinV so, ad that at no diitant day. The cWlUzed montcrs arc coming thh way, and all who do not wish to tee them had bet ter commence to pack up, with a view to tak' ing an early departure from Arizona. "They i arc cotninR,' ramer iimo; out lrarceiy ia e enough for Ua trnjntlent children of the j border. Wo have alwavs enntendod tbnt the Atlan tic and Pacific, (Tbiriy-flfth Parallel), yrcmld I? the first Southern road that wouM be built across lha continent, and. now, with all the light w bavo uxm the subject,, wo think sojvt. tiigbt of way through the tmlian Territory baa rnrngninted thecorojAny, and, already, their engine.-, cars, men of brains and , inuicie arc noauy engagea onuuin too mia tbronjrh th land of Billy Bowler & Co, Tb Company, too, U made up cf live, sub stantial men, who haTe already overcoma the greatest obataclei that have stood in the w...

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. — 5 August 1871

Local Intelligence'. I'rmcott, Anoint 6, 1871 Tho "Duolc-Doard,'' With a t cry heavy mill, inri M:cr.il ift.eti;;cr arrived ax tin Motility iiftcriifiirt l.m, without mi ctcurt. Now, when wo lale (In het that nni.l nl the citizen ninl military mall received here, uml t-ttcwiicrc on the route, it brought lic.ro by the buck bond, tii- necessity lor ji-iiillii n inilllarr i-riirt nlonji" with It I annul hut bo, appttrcnt to nil wlm know .itiytliliii: rctr.irdiii;; thu jrrutit dinger tue vimii It .iixl it emitMii, r.m, everv t titio It piei up mi. I down tin mid from Wftlt'til'firy to Present!, of hciiii; r.ipturrd by huMilu hiviv, Vi knowing till il.iivur, ninl belli;: Icariill thai nu uluek will won be made, unlets mi cti-orl It provided, atk General Crook, on brhalf or both .-lllzctia tld aodier of till tlclnlty. to order iuirdi.to accnmpiny the roll In qnc'tlon. Apache Viotliui. Mr. "Leonard, who win rccrntly attacked anl Mounded, by Indian, while iirocttrllng to Ur.id haw, i Milfcr...

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