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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 7 November 1868

s Letter from New York State. COHMHIOMNC Or TltK Ml NEK. WttTXK.V New Yomk, ) ScplBidlmr 26tli, 1368. J So many things, as travel, aickuete, hard work, aud a lack of gumption, hve befallen mo, tlwt my old friend, anil tho ronders of tltc JIixkii, have been long neglected, though not forgotten. From time to time I lmve been reminded of my silence by the welcome re cc4pt of tho Miner. The last number an nounced the election of McConnick, delegate to Congress. You now have, perhnp, a clear insight of the muses that led to the removal of tho Cajiital and the end to be secured by it. It k to bo hoped that he will render some trvieo of importance to the Territory, but if he fellows the foot-steps of his three ilhutri ous predecessors, little besides pocketing his salary and mileage will le nrcomnlUhod. I am sorry to know that overything, a former ly, continues to go adverse to the interests of Central Arizona, and can bnt admire tho pluck of my old friend? who still believe in tho good ti...

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. — 14 November 1868

M INER. VOM'M Y. Pi HUSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. AT 1'ltMfHjTT, YAVAPAI Cof.VTT, AlttZOXA. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: Copy, Ono Your $7 00 " Six .Months 4 00 " " Throe Months, 2 50 S!nft'! Copies 25 BATES OF ADVERTISING: Ono square, oiio time, ?I1.00; onch additional liinf, f 1 V). Each additional square, same rslu. A liberal discount will lio made to jwrsdiis con iiiuunt; the same advertisement for three, six, or tlve months. Professional or business card inserted upon r issuable terms. ff Isgal Teiuler .Votes taken at par in payment fm lubtcription, mhcrtiiing and Job icerk. Terms, luvurlulil)- la nilvmice. JOHN II M Alt ION nitXJ. II. WKAVKIL l'libllsbrn and Proprietor. Directory of Yavapai County. Ii i'r iv iitp j'iJei 1 1 ftn. t AU'Ttm-v h iiiir ... .'. t i:tv IlnHinler ( luiity Trturt'r t.. rk ofDWrVt Ctmrt, . . W"M. V. Ti-Hxr.it. IlRZKMUl ItHonKS, . ...JOIIX it. HOCYTHKB, a. j. jioohi- John ii. IIkiian, Wilijam CJowr, i:. w. wisua jr. Tr.It.MS OV C0U11TS: Jlri.-I Coiirt rirnt M...

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. — 14 November 1868

Big- m. i Mi ii v.m. i.xi J-. i I, ; 1 1. Jim ill j.uuim tjumuiiMiWi.uiMixrTi 4 V .'.it, jtAitio::,. ...KMTt. M3tfttiflf of tho lefjrUUtttrt.' Anothor Indian Butohery. Good Ifews. SATL'UPAY MORNING, NOVKMHUK 14. I Mi. Klin tfttiHetsKi AgHI-. Tn mviBov u U Ik only ttrthoHstd nt-tn f. tlie HtK. i iM KmwW... OMrn left nl hli , Kn. 'Mrttnt 6r), Mrr. hot-1 Kmkant. C lift"ii rttwt, hrw MiHfJwrj, will b ftvmfUr srtmdwl to. So Nrw. The mall arrived from Wlekenburg lMt night, but brought no news later thsn tbat rewired by Tnesdaj's mall. fnilwllif above hiding, the Governor's organ onttr; into m long-winded, melc ar ticle in which H trie to coax tin people of Yavapai county to lie content with Tucson as the capital, anil to und Im-ir delcgatrn ilnwn there. A ynl effort U made l.y the writer or tbh r.rtiele, (who w ni the editor of the papei), to whitewash the actionof tho metu bers of tbe Xuurth legislature, who wnre brined to vote for removal; and also, uf that of His Aecidency. the Governo...

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. — 14 November 1868

Local fn('ilit;('n(;o. fur j!i. k (.'twos I'uu v.- -Some of our citi- . I t c'irf"i"l u little iiiii'nlnesiiliout the .... li went to HllK'k ('(tlirotl MlMl) time , ,, t'jIiiUn.'Mi.it, nothing 1ms linen heard .1 i..f it lmiL' ltiih. the Indian inlirtiL U III' 'i r, - m" ,,o iit!a' !v'"l. killed iitnl onpuirud them, but we ., (, ir bmihreii down there uru nil right, m 1.1 t.itiiii .11) inin. Inn tiartioi hiring .,...! i n t" 'livings ktnr the dint party . !, ,, i,r twrlif m ii locut"il there. They are we jirr-iitii". well armed, ami bit? to defend . ., !r- iiiiinct many Indian, our people , .i ' I ;inion about them. However, , ,, i n 'liii.',' !' heard from them for the next ,,,.,1'i.u il.iy, n party should go and mc i mi.i thev are alt itffbt. 1 in v. iir" were ween on the mountain south u, , i t.ivtu Saturday night last, it was reining ,. i . .time, lmt the redskin managed to raise tin ) most generally do, when they feel . it. No doubt they ware signalling each T , m in imi Mivk. W...

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. — 14 November 1868

mcv. Tho Old Oaken Bucket. um .,, , , , . ..... Te Ohl Oaken 1 uekct was written by Samuel H. Walworth, vvlnlo yet ho was a I Journeyman printer, working in an office on tuo comer ol Chamber and l hatliam streets, New York. Near by, on Frankfort street, was a drinking house, kopt by ono Mallory, where AVoodworth and his particular friends rmd to resort. One afternoon tho lhiuor wa nt'ier-excellent. Wood worth seemed inspired .... v in. hiiiih inL'inn t i mi ttnr iin cur 111. i '.. , r: ... 1 1 . 1 . SUss uiion the table and, smacking his lips, orlarwi that Mallory's mh lit tie was superior to any he had ever tasted. , No," said Mallaroy, "you are mistaken ; there is one which, in'both our estimations, far suriMsted this as a drink." "What was that?" asked Woodward, du Wouslv. "The draughts of pure, fresh water, that we used to drink from the old oaken buckot that hung in tho well on our return from tho lnborsof tho fleld, on a sultry day in summer." Tho tear drops glistened for a mo...

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. — 21 November 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME V. PKKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATCKDAY Mm(l, K0VE3IIJER 2m.' NUMBER -17. ML IZONA 1ST llVlSIt. FtBLISHEI) EVERY SATUHDAY MORNING. AT PBISCOTT, YAVAIMl COCXTV, AMZOXA. TERMS OF SUIJSCRll'TlON : One Copy, One Year, $7 00 .. Six Months ,.. 4 00 u " Three Months, 2 50 Slnglo Copies, 25 HATES OF ADVERTISING: One square, one time, 13.00; each additional time f 1 W. Each additional square, namu rata A iilicrsl dlseouut will be made to persons eon lln'miiff the fame advertisement for thrco, six, or twelve months. Professional or business cards Inserted upon rcatotiablc terms. g Isgal Tender Xotet taken at par in payment for iuluriptwn, ailterttiiny and job wrk. Trrnu, In variably In advance. joiin' ii. mamon, nnsj. u. wkavku, lutlUhrr and IVniirlflon. Directory of Yavapai County. DU'rirt Jn!ce I'ltbdle Jmlff ....... In.tr 't Attunn-j- Fhorlff (,0-jatjr Itxinler. ljn.it Trriirw Clerk of UliUi'-t Court, . WM. V TL'BXRR. HKZKKIA1I 1IHOOKS, Joil.i it. Uoi'yikkk, A. J. M...

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. — 21 November 1868

Iufvv mini jiis'-rviUiisitinj.) in x&iui J. II. MAItlO.N KMtOft. .VroHcott, -AHkoiiii '.rorritm-y. SATURDAY M0HN1NG. NOVKMHKIl 21. IMS. Sim KrnnrUrn Aprnrj. THXA II-niT hi th wily nnthorltnl asm! fir tlm Mm In Sun t'mnriwn. Orim lft at hit ofllfr. Nn :wm.l flir Mrrrhnt' Kxetnai;, Ollftirnltt twit, U'low M"nt,piinr) w ill be wwljr nUrmlnl la Our Duty to Ourselves. Just now thoro nro thousands of people in the Atlantic States, California, Oregon am! Nevada, the Territories of Colorado, New Maxico, lilalio, Montana, Wyoming, Wash ington and Utah, who,' wishing to emigrate, arc casting their eyes in tho direction of our young and rich Territory, with the viow of coming hero and acquiring homo, and it bc hoovos our citizens to encmirugo thorn to come hore, as the Territory Is in grcator need of population than nny thing else. Wo have in Arizona just the climate, soil, and other inducements, that thno people aro looking for, and we should, immediately, take ateps to inform them of it....

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. — 21 November 1868

tamtam ' JT??!jJja!ji!'i?f ";"-'a-jj.wu jm Q5 Local Intt'lliscnco. PilatrHtftmANiS. .Sulnrday lait, it par tn n arrived iu I'roacult from r;tiiii'ii'',,t Now Mexico. T'"-' In ty came , ,jhjppi' or 3dh parallel route. Mon , (ho or throe of their ntiinljur called t Tr nlv niul information about the t ,-i, ti il c'.'iiig', in inn county, mid upon , ' tV m trutli in relation to the dig . t! v njU'-areil w ell pleaded, anil nald tll.it , fi uz fur vtagM for u while, they would v u'i 1 pit In ululce. Mwt of them have !,nfr in Colorado, ami we know I, . ( i.iyiti they can do well, m thcro ; ,' , ri l. pold .mil water. They say n r i) would ooiiib here from Oolo I y tv Mexico, had they the mean. ! ;nti-s.- -A Foldlor nt Fort Whipple, u lnrentiHl new hreech-Ioadlnggiin j. ali w o hour about H hi correct, lays n . ip"ii horetofore tiled furwUllngdls . 11. !.a applied for ii patent. h i, T'ie poopla of Central Arizona ,,, ,. ii : bo tliaiikfitl to Nature and the 'i I n t' W private oitfcatu fo...

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. — 21 November 1868

Odd Inventions and Discoveries. v. 33 BROKEN VOW8. Promises are lightly snoken j Vows on which wo lightly build (Uttered only to bo broken,) (Jo forever unfulfilled. Ofl betrayed but still believing Duped again and yet again All our hoping, all our grieving Warns, but It warns lu vain. From tho cradle to the coral From the sunny days of youth We are taught the simple moral, Still we doubt the moral's truth. When a boy they found me rather Loth to do as I to blil. " I shall bay a birch," snlU father. Broken vows I lie never aid. Grown extravagant, when youthful. In my tailor's debt 1 ran ; He appeared about a truthful In his talk, as any man. Let tne tell you how ho sold me; " Look you, Mr. Wlmt's-Your-N arae I shall summon you," he told me But the summons never came. Through the meadows, daisy-laden, Once It was my lot to stray, Talking to a lovely trwldea In a very spooney way; And I stole a kiss another Then another then a lot. "Fie I" she said : "I'll tell my mother." Idle irordi...

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. — 28 November 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. YOLIOT V. PKKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 180X N HIRER 48. 'LBI.1SIIKD EVEBY SATUBDAY MOBNINO. ,t I'M.aCOTT, YATATAt COf.NTT, ABIOXA. TERMS OF SUBSCBII'TION: w Copy. Year $7 00 ' Sit Month 4 00 - Three Months, 2 50 Bnglt) Copies 25 - - UATB3 OF ADVHBTISING: On Mre "e t''"s' W-Wj mc additional j IvJ). Each additional Mjuare, same rale. A iltssrsl tllouilt will be made to ;crsnti eon liaoiBK the same advertisement for three, tlx, or rlK mouths. l'rofi;lnal or business cards Inserted upou viMOWtble term. y xti TtivUr iWm fatal if par in paymtnt 'or ttAtcrtftio, aJtrrtiting andjeb uvrk. Trrma, Itirnrlulily In mlrmncr. JOHN II.aMARtOX IIKSJ. H. WUAVKIL I'aWHtttcn xt I'mfffMort. After This the Deluge. Although the Em tern dispatches, so far as they pretend to give the majorities and de tails of the election in the Eastern States, arc undoubtedly greatly exaggerated, there cannot, in our estimation, ho the least doubt that General Grant has been e...

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. — 28 November 1868

f HWIf Jlnf JXlMHtV j'V..? v?: T iST. "S3ESG ' Plattonod Out -at the Polls. Fate has ngnin decreed thai Pcmoerary mutt tako ft back seat for tho notft four roar?. The iwoplc white nml iiegroci of this lnimanc country have ennntrv have wrnin HY : thcniMlvf bv falllm down and "wnr 1rtiHn: Mfott. Ari-.'.oit.-i Territory. , at the -hr'merr the ureal boiidholdinjr, green buck calf of Itudicnl'iMn. ami hould the Prc- SATt'UI'AY MOHNINV;. XOVKMBKti 'it 1 ... blent elect lend hi aid to the Radical leaders ' we mav bid i;ood-byo to liberty in America. " v.,",, .v.nclm. ak.m,,v.-tho. .U'l'he poV, doun-troddou south will beSroui.d fvoW (urthorttni ttit t-r ni. Murn in n tvvwi-. 1 jnto impovcridiwl atoms, Fanaticism, .Bigotry irt&m v-n tiii .so. jo .) a..iti, mw , ' i:riwtir. cnh tf, tiow M.mt)." mpr-, iu ;,nil lllnek Despotism will be enthroned in ' t'tM"pt'y't1'""''M'"" the land, and anarchy will take the place of law. The States hnre spoken, the verdict u recorded, and we must abide by I...

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. — 28 November 1868

SasiWajSUl I'wr (put ss j.neal Intrllitrenct;. I'hcr furnished ti tince the dale of tint t j.i-i-: of MinxbJi.h been (Jf the disagree ur't-r. It tiowcd Saturday ami Sunday, , l n ll -now mulled ultniist tn fait u.s U fell. . tri'M . tt'-.f wore quho muddy. Winter ha ' . j,i-" vi'm of this neck' of woods, mill nil v, n, tl" fellow U to be mild and "coti--tat' ' Hard luck in politic ami 11 hard v r wool ! bo l'Hi''K 't '"I I i ttlo- too thick. ;kb'i-i. TI10 ne from tliSn mlm' cnntln ., . 1 1 h-crimr. Ye conversed with the boss ,fii'n n .-'unduy lnt, and burned from hint t!.. t !' i'y "I" K bi'lnsc taken oat of ri i is j?i!tuliuf' n.iy, mill clilorinutloti l irh"! before Ion. Two shifts of hands . )!'. recently, in one dny, fourteen tons of f, k IV '"lrfi' l very wMc. During thu week ijn'ty of l'lccotl real went over to se. it, ial re' tru d here well pleaded with what they . iv of it. 'H'" Httto llve-stmnp mill crushes JiuA b,n m tnu twonty-fonr hour. The j, 'l , . etc., at'"' ma into...

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. — 28 November 1868

A, (r 003' WESTERN GENIUS. There's a never dying chorus llronklnir on tho human cur, Id tlio busy west before us Voices loud nnd dci'p nud clear. This Is l.ibor's cndloss ditty This Is toll's prophetic ocr. Bounding through the plain ami city, Bidding liouest hearts rejoice. See the skilful builder raising Instantlv yon towering pilot Round the slulre nnd furtmro blading, Sec the noble men of toll I They arc heroos of the people, Who the wealth of nations raise; Every enliln, "stamp" and steeple, Hour their heads In labor's praise. Glorious men of brains nnd labor, Shepherds of the human fold, That shall lay the brnud and sabre With the barb'rous things of old, I'rlosU nnd prophets of creation, Bloodtcss heroes In the light, Tollers for the world's salvation, Messengers of peace and light. Speed the pick and speed the harrow; Peace nnd plenty send abroad; llctter far a spade and barrow Than the cannon or the sword. Each Industry, each Improvement, Renders wek oppression's rod ; Ever...

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. — 12 December 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. V0LH1E V. "I'DLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOHNJNO. At rar.-corr, Yavai-ai cocxtt, amzoxa. terms of suhscription: One Copy, ne Year $700 Six Months 4 00 Three Months 2 50 Single Copies, 25 HATES OF ADVERTISING: On square, one time, 13.00; vnri additional time, tl M. Each additional square, name rate. A literal discount will bo made to person con t.n iiii? fi"- Mine advertisement for three, six, or . 're It)' 'tit In. Professional or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. E JP !fal Ttndrr Xottt taktn at par in payment for tubtertptWy aderrtitlnrf ax J job tcork. Terms, lnvarllil- In ndvnnrc. JOHN If MAWOX 11KNJ. 11. WKAVKIt. luUtkrn Btl l'rpritor. Directory of Yavapai County. n:.trk io-ie: ivk. r. Trttr.K. ft Nit Jwe ItUKKtAII nBOOK.ll. IH.'. t Atfawaty JUHS M. Kot TTKtr, Sriff A. 3. Mooae. I inty ltwrilr JONX II. llnux. ( jiaf TnNUHnrr WlUJ.K Ooar. iwrkirf DUtrWt Court,, r W. Wilis, Jk. TKIUi OK COURTS i PL- t fmirt-JInt MhUj-i Mr, u4 TVird Moo Ur atK'"bf ...

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. — 12 December 1868

rv Kg'PA'niiisi tiun ioi. M A I10N. ...... ..........a... Hwrnu. VroMcott, Ai'iv.imii Territory. SATURDAY MORNING. M:n:Mir.K !'.' ' li.L 1 I Kit it I'rntirUro . crnry.-Tt:nf v TiM i 1TK ftv ftiitbnrijt kcM f f th MtM n in Snn Vrrci.s. )plr 1(1 Hi hit nfflr S" :l iwti'l (!.. Mn-Wit' rirtiance. C'.if"rrv Mwt, ll"w Mintptmry, will b jrftmil' MlmiM 1 Editorial Items. Now that the Radicals have- promoted yo wooly headed African to full citizenship, would it not be rifrht and proper for them to confer brevet citizenship upon yo Chinamnn7 "No distinction on account of race, color or smell," should bo the watchword of our vengeful opponents It plcaes us to learn, as we do from tho San Diejro, (California) (Alien, that a lino of stages will won be placed upon the route between Fort Yuma, California, and Arizona City, in this Terri tory.... A European astronomer predicts that, in August next, there will be a comet of such brilliancy in the heavens ami o near the oarth that we shall have'mir n...

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. — 12 December 1868

auaaji mm utm'jmi I j;4rr Sunday llioro was a race betworn triorsi - one lelonfln;r to the Saunders broth ad the Mllior to Roddick it l-'elcnd. The , .tjnc? run m yonls. the pile nm for, 'Z-iif), Much money wiu hot by oiilslilers. The RMJick t l'Vlciid itnluml won the raco. fur. frvtglit trains of Mossra. Junes. Wurnlnger fhapman nrrivt'd In Pre.scolt. from La I'm. fr this week, with a litre amount of frulyht. m'cipally f'T Fort Whlpplo. They storied t Wc lni'sday last, tvlllt lumber, shingles, etc., .,ud and Kirkland Volleys, WIekunburg and up Pa'" I'rtwk." Thy trains belonging to , aiui W lU-vch, Mlllur Uros., and J. A. Che Jnt arrived from La Piu yesterday, with j, ,1s for our merchants, but no provisions. Pm:r.. Hy Jones' train wo received u supply ' thu. to ui necessary article, and hcreufiur, w , i ,pc to to be nblo to make thu connection fjn'w'y. We sent for n large stock of jmpcr, Lnl t -mm1 expected It all, but tho ways of Pi v, I ure are Inscrutlblo, and wo wore dlsnp j. c...

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. — 12 December 1868

It: Written fur Hit Ml.Nr.Ri) To righting B" Troop, Oth Cavalry. iiv w. ii. .. on i'. ii. r. Com bU im wearied soldkrs, iho lhe en jofk Bd With )(mty of hard work In do, nnt very slender mean, t'we Ktrii to my ditty, h tir to ywi 1 II tlntr, Tti uf a tn, a eallant tni, that isV the r4Vlorin(. Yki Aritumi hn, ye men of seaJpltiic fun". Who hunt Atcli' far d near, o'er .lriton.V rliIo. Own, irfvn three cheers tvt f'lUrit "II," led by bold Hiinerb) , The fimtxn mi.l drrad of red-salnnnt lm, and flower of chivalry. Kpf many years our savaee foes have pilfered, burnt mn. Inni, And hed tic bt nl bmvrit bll of Atliona's pUIn ; Then, here's l otir defender, thou irallant rn-n ami true. Of gnJtant " II." "J:liti Cavalry, the f i;htlni( Iu.Ia tn blue. Iltrt'i a health to Serrcant Goldlng, to llurkt k!,d Wtti maa, tou. T Raly aad O'Catlshan, nml nil the fightln? crew, Nat foriretUBir LltUe. that veteran branznl and trim, With buirle slung behind htt buck, to wake the boyi In blu. Then, let nt ...

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. — 19 December 1868

THE WEEKLY ARIZ MINER. ONA VOIHH V. BL1SIIKI) EVERY SATURDAY MOUSING. At rxMcorr, Yavapai Coiwrv, Aiuzoka. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION! riny, Ono Year,.. $700 , 4 no Three Month 2 50 .'IIIIIMI1V sMc Copies. 25 rates of ADVi:rtTisixG:' i" fi iir", one Urn. f.00: each additional ! V. Eai'h additional fmare, name rate. -11 uiscouni win oe miuc 10 (arsons con- j wr. auvuremofji ior uiroe, tlx, or 1 " .nth Vr .'.s-iinai or mumci onru intarteu upon t7" I-t'i'il Tender Xelei taken At par fn payment r iu.' i. tfttm, adcerthlnj and Jtb work. Terim, Invariably- In nrirnnee. ; -iHN- It M.VU!0? lin.VJ. It. WEAVER Directory of Yavapai County. Wm. r. TfRXKR. . .IIKHKIAH tlMOOKI, . JOKS M rtol'XTRRR, A. J. M0Q4& JOHH 11. IIBHA.V. WlLLUM COKT, K. W. WMU. J. ' A". ". K ... i.i I 1 -"IUfl"T I I ' l ITnl CoOfi,... T 11111$ Of C0UIIT8. D r" - Klnt Maa4r h Mar. awl TMnt Man- 1 - . ".-Hnt itMMbyi h Itmur, AfHt. Jalj I'.'iARD Or SLTKK VISOMS : r, -i JkuCOw-rWI. V. It. WsaJrrflah. r. ' urn Uw II itm&ij fo...

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. — 19 December 1868

IfitfTwltljIssllWD JLStM. J. II. MAItlOK,...i EtitroK- lrHCott, Arlxomi UVrrltory. SATURDAY MOUSING. DECEMIUIU 10 1SC.8 tin Pranrlifn ,i-riicy. Tiioma UoviT Is thn oolv ftutlmrlrM rtfrnl for 1h Mrsxtt In Kan Vrnrisii (JnUrs I-fl t hl offirv. Ni, 31 ocmd fUmr). Men-hunt's Exchange. California trt, Wow Montjruaitry, will be Jirornftly attended to. A Wail from the Bondholders. Tho Resources of Arizona. Arizona, like other portion of tho country, li.il its bondholder, money-sharks and treas ury robber. At present, these vampires and their etiief reside at Tucson, a little adobe town near the Mexican frontier, with a dead past and no hope for a living future, except the Tain hope of its remaining the seat of government of Arizona, a position it attained by getting down on its marrow bones and pledging itself to support our present Gover nor, Richard C. McCormick, for Congress. "Well, these sharks arc getting hard up for I money, and their wails in the sickly organ through which they comm...

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. — 19 December 1868

IUX. Local Intelligence. Ciiumvuh. Cro nnotlier Issue of tlio Mixksi reaches. Its reader, one inoro nntilvera-try of the birth of the Ilrtleemer will have been celcbmteil by tlio Christian world, ami llio oar of lime will roll on w imial over the (rave of tlm jiast jour. Villi u prayer for ihow of our cltlzotu who have been called lo incut that Uotleomor In I1U Heav enly home, nnd the hope that next Christina day will lirlnir peace, prosperity nnd happlne. wo wish eaoh nnd nil ojr readers n merry Christ roas. ; v Lot Jcmpino This tlleixo has brokon out In I'rweott, and na titles to unimproved town prop erty nro not Aral rule, It would be well enough for those who own mnplols to fence them In or build upon them. AYo Jon't vmrit to jump any man's lot. but wo knowiof no law to prevent n cltlren of the United riutw from sqtinttliiK upon a nun!! patch of the Notional domain. The ehemera who have run the Territory ilnce Its organization, nml at tvlKru;;gBttlotiarid advice lrrcott wn laid ...

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