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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 September 1871

1 OB' REMARKS ON TOWN SITES. (l'rom llawrV Manual of lnltl State fiurve) 1 The Town Site Law of 111 was ix-ikuM by the act of July 1st, 1801, ami the former hw is therefore only applicable to can in which application, for entry hiwl lwen regu larly umde, and all nectary steps taken prior to July 1st, There are but lew of theso old cases remaining umletormiued, ami it is therefore only necessary in this con nection to deal with existing laws in relation to town sites which are : 1st. The act of July 1st, 1SG4. 2J. The amendatory act of the 3d of March, 1S05. . The first provides for founding cities and towns on the public domain, and limits the urea of each to 040 acres, and of lots in the bamc to an area of 4200 square feet. The adendatory act provides that in towns or cities actually existing at the date of it passage, the lots may be acquired according to existing plats or surveys without restric tion as to srze. Actual settlers are allowed to pre-empt one lot and any additional l...

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. — 16 September 1871

j' THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUMB VIII. PUKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, SKITOIIOIG, 1X71. NDJliER 37. The Arizona Miner Is Published Every Saturday Morning, ... AT.... I'RBSCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA, II)- J, II. MMUOV .V; Co. TERMti-IN'VAKtAm.Y IN ADVANCE. suusrjRipriON": n Topy, Onn Yi-ar Six Month v .. " Three Months. nile foples. .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 35 a.t v to uti si One sijitiri one time, rct.oo; rich a-MUIon-it 'nr. 51 V). P.-i-ti ulrlltlonal squire, s.iruo rate. Ultonl 'tltcoimt will Im mule to irnns eon ' n'l'mr the fime advertisement for three, six, or nrrlre month. I'rnfetilonal or hutlnrst cards Inserted upon tsnnatye term. .T o b I rinti n sr . Tub f INicrt oHlee l wrll supplied with l'rei I'hfn, Fancy ami Ortmneutal Tyi. and tlir pro. j r tor arc deturinltiud to execute all work with ,.icli they nvr bo Isvored In the niMHwt anil hest tvlf of the art. Work may Im ordered from any part of thr T rrltory, anil, when accompanied with tho cath, it w ll ho promptl...

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. — 16 September 1871

Prcdotttt. Arivsotm 'l.'orrltory. .SATURDAY MOltNlNti, SBl'TKMKKK 10, WI THE CONFLICT. The news from the interior otherwise from the heart of Ap.ichedom receivcl dur ing tho preont week, is even more encourag lug than wo should have expected. Tho pol icy adopted by General (.'look, particularly that part of it which array the well -disposed Indians against thoo avowedly hostile, would soon rind a dilution to the Indian problem in Arizona, were it not ior the in sane measures which are at work, under the auspices of the " pence" element of the Gov ernment, to balUo the object of his mission heie. One can hardly look upon the main caue of the mUundcr.-tanling (for such we think it is) which has influenced tbe Gov ernment to pursue two conflicting course in treating this difficulty, without a feeling of iKiiitnivriilliin that we arc not covorned with more foresight and honesty, and at the Mine time with less blind credulity. The most powerful arguments which the Peace Com mission could...

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. — 16 September 1871

i m Local Intelligence. 1'iicicoTT, acjitcmber 10, 1.71. Local rcaturen of tho Campaign. On Tuesday Inst a were favored by u call from General Crook und Colonel Foster, onil liu jiroved tlii! opportunity to obtain directly from the General lilt Iew of the "situation." We did i.ot fill to observe In tbe (icturul, upon thin, our first Interview, those traits of earnestness, fruiiUncss nutl unassuming honesty which, to KCthr-r lth his activity nud iieisevcretice, have Hindu li I tit the frontlemmti's model or that which nn niny officer ihould he. j Not only dou lie (eel sanguine of bis ablllfy to conquer u pence; but he saja Urn I lliu results al ready achieved kliow tiitit this object can be at tslned with, comparatively, but little toss of life, wh'ii considered III connection with the oppotl tiin hicli the ivknoulcdud rapacity ol this Anaehu hud li-.d hliu to uxn-et from them. Al ready the utmost consternation piuvmU through out every hostile band. No nectitlty lor them unywlierft ;...

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. — 16 September 1871

ARIZONA CITY. EHUKXJjEKG. Important to Miners. (SIB LETTER FROM CAMP APACHE. Camp Ar.tcin:, A. T., AiijriHt IS, 1871. j To the Kti'ir uf the Aritoaa Mtn-r: Whun I wrote laU, fit-noral Crook's Com mawl was at Ctinip H w i'. Leavim there Jtilv 17th wo arrived here Augua 12th. Tin' command n then organized cnMictl of .Major General Crook, coiinnainlin ; S -cond Lioutetiant ll, 2lt lufintry, A. A. Q. M., and A. C. S., Acting Asst. burgeon Muller, and Tntop I, C'apt. Guy V. Henrv; Troop 1', dipt. Frank iitaiiwooil ; Troop 11, Capt. Alex. Mooro; Troop L, Capt. T. L. llr.tnt, TrK)) II. Capt. Meinhold; all of the 3rd U. S. Ciolry. Ileitlw thee, there were the ' Khedives" or scout'', conitin of Me.i ctn anil Indian!!. Leaving Bowie, we took a trail leadini; towards the White Mountain. Striking Mount Graham, we discovered a trail of Indian, supposed to be the famotn Chief of the Apache-, and hi party. l)i Kitious were made to capture them, hut in vain; he had the Mart, ami to follow waa ulcu....

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. — 23 September 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VIII. The Arizona Miner Is Publlahod Every Saturda Morning, ..jr.... I'rtKSCOTT, YAVAPAI OOUNTV, ARIZONA, Ily J. II. MAIIIO.V At Co. TERMS INVAKIAHLY IN ADVANCE. smiSCilIPTION-: lit" Copy. One Vcsir. $7 00 Sit Months 4 00 " Threo Months 2 50 Mn''c Copies 25 A.r v ir. wv i s r xo: Onn o,ttsre. on lime. 3.00; tich nrt.Iltlonil tlmr, tt.VI. Evil Additional square, same rate. A IKnrr.il dUeount will Ims mvle to person con if (iiifriir thf me advertisement for three, six, or twelve month. rrnrR4ilon.il or limine card Inserted upon rcuonahle terms. .T o b r r i ii t i n x . Tnr. Mi veit olllcc Is well supplied with Presses Plain, Fatiey mid Ornaments! Type, and the pro prietor are determined to csecntc all work with which the tiny tie favored In the neatest and heal style or the art. Work may be ordered rrorn any part or the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, It will he promptly executed and cnt hy mall, or directed. Persons sending it money T...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 23 September 1871

1 -, 1 ft i a riifiniwui'wiJiwriWif"''"'' i iw rig jwi Site Ipm. liMOftt, A.rl,orin 'IVndtory. SATCKDAY MOKNINCi, tSKl'TKMUKIt 23, lTl, STILL THEY COME. No record of murder and robbery in thin Tcrriton, at the hand of tbe Indian?, how ever terrible, can avail to turn tbe" tide of immigration. The namo "Arizona," coupled with every thing that has a tendency to awaken the fears of men has gone forth to tho world, but tbo sarao his likewise gone forth clothed with those report which aro first to arotio the ambition of men. Iloncei with the thousands who have lived without th boundaries of Arizona and gazed upon her mountains, resolving yet fearing to enter, it has been a continued struggle between Ambition and fear. The inducement to viit the land of gold and silver from which no aflvehturer ever tied but to return again was almost irresistible, on the one hand ; and, on the other, the idea of visiting a country wherein 500 adventurer had fallen at the ltttnds of tbo savages cut down a...

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. — 23 September 1871

... ft;- l".V mcr. C 4-v Ai Local Inlelliircncc. I'mescctt, September 2U, 1S71. TRIP TO THE DAVIS MINE. On .Sunday Inat wo accompanied a party, cou Fisting pf Orucrul Crook, Lteiitcnnut llurk Mid Hosj, C'ol. Cmiey, of Sun Francisco, nnd Mr. Jock nun, of I'rcaeott, to the DuvU MIdp. Tlie Dafl Is nbout twelve miles from 1'rcncott nnd situated tu out; of tlic moat plciurwiquu uud beautiful 8j)Ot to' bu found In Arizona. Tlio route tliltl'cr, with the exception of ulioiil two mile Just before reaching ihu mine, lie tlirotili a dense forest of pints timber Intermingled, In many place, with beautiful proves of oak. For n distance of about seven tulle from l'rcccott, we proceeded by nu excellent wkou ro.id, to the old Gou'mmcnt s.tw mill, mid hud begun to feel that the reports of it rough trail to tbu Dnvis mlue were nil ' stull Mid uonaenao"; nnd although the experUncu of another hour served, to -x eiitnlu extent, to lmke tbU newly-round conildcnee, yet It was not so tcr Tlble that wu itl...

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. — 23 September 1871

ARIZONA CITY. J5IIHENBEHG. WICKENBUim. DESERTION. .11 ST ri ii v EXPLORATIONS IN ARIZONA. Wo copy the following from tho editorial columns of the Sacramento Cnion. The writer's knowledge of Arizona is moro than ordinarily accurate not only as regards the geography of the country in its most minute particulars, but, likewise, m regards tho see tlnus wbfch at present contain a white imp utation and thoio from which the inhabitants Lave been expelled by the ravages of Indi an?. The article was evidently written with care; and much information regarding this Territory may be gathered from its perusal : The United States has owned the Terri tory of Arizona for seventeen years, and it remains to day almost as much an unknown country as it was fifteen years ago. The Prcscott and El Dorado canyon settlements are of American origin, but all the older and more thriving ones between tho San Fran cisco mountains and the Santa Cruz country are Mexican, and not a whit moro flourish ing than they ...

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. — 30 September 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VIII. The Arizona Miner la Published Every Saturday Morning . ....AT.... PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, II .1. II. M AUIOV .fc Co. TEKMS-INVAUIAHLY IN ADVANCE. STJHSCItIT-riOJr: One Copy, One Ytwr " " Sk Months " " Thrcu Months Single Copies ..$700 ,. 4 00 ,. 2 50 25 One squire, one time. MOO; each additional time, $1.50, Bach additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will ho itivlp to persons con tinuing the miiic advcrlUctncnt for three, ilx, or twelrc months. IVofestlonal or bushiest cards Inserted upon .reasonable terms. Job 1? r i n t i n f-. The Misnit olllee Is well aapplM with l'resses, Tlaln, Fancy and Ornimctital Type, and the pro. prlctors are determined to csccutc all work with which they may he lavored In the neatent and best style of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, ii win nc promptly executed anil nent by mall, or as directed. Persons 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. — 30 September 1871

lrjeott, A.riv.mtt 'XNtj-rltory. SATURDAY MORNlNU, SEPTEMBER 30, 1S71 TO THE COLORADO AND BACK. Wc, tho senior of this diminutive bonier "bellows," have recently returned from .1 sev enteen day tour, through the middle portion 'of Northern Arizona, and must, of oourM, nay something rcpanlinc our traveling com union!1, tho country, the jieojile who live in it, etc This being the cane, wo will make a commencement by informing nil who may care to know that during the lortnoon of the fith inst., Mr. and .Mrs. C. A. Luke, Herbert Ituwcrs, Col. Henry A. Dielow, A. K. Davi. Robert l)avi, JmT . Knott, ami our-elt" started in an ambulance and on mule back, for our destination, Ilunlyville, on the Colo rado river. Knowing, before starting, that accommodation on our proposed route were scircc, few and fir between, vie provided our selves with proviion'. a few cooking uten sil, bedding, etc., and rolled out of town in high glee, well knowing that we had iian'h to fear .ave bad Indiun, and that,...

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. — 30 September 1871

'.JO Local Intelligence. I'liKSCOtT, September 30, 1S71. Mining Items The Tiger ami otlirr llradtUaie Met are yielding rlelir illvrr and reek 'li.ui ut nny prevlont time. The Del laro mill wat running early thlt week. S May h Kone to Waluut drove to run Mr Cullum hert water untalra. Tli ownera of the flreat Sexton hare lapped the mine villi their liinn-1 anil like the loolt ol Ihlnge It,, li ailver ledire hare reeently ten-a dlawvered in Turkey Creek dl.triit hy Jaa. II. Mnddln K. M Clinton ad olhtra S- rno of the ore baa yielded upward f Si UJ) to il ton in ailver The llemitnlo. I .a I'lnt.i. and other tltver he'.i-i near 'rriM'itt are haiklng welL Neelineni nf nr! from tin- lien Jam in tlmwn m, Tueaday lat, liy that IndefatiiruMe m nf anil protpertur, J Vinhay, were rkrh la tllver nod ru. 1 tin! former IHn In chbirlde ruby, horn, iinil Mher variet.et W S Kelly h aim eibitilted fine ore fnaa the Joepri another new dlteovery Joh-ri) Dolan Int allon-ed ua to handle H irfere of p,.l 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. — 30 September 1871

i iw .... .; ' t. ' fi 1 I I i T ARIZONA. A correspondent of the Now York Tribune giTcs tho following intcrc.tting account of ' gomo of the mine of Arizona, ami concludes with a hint at the future of this Territory, wherein he has observed so much mineral wealth. Only two glaring mistake appear in tins communication that Mr. AVicken burg, who till live?, fell a victim to tho sav ages, and that the inhabitants of the Terri tory are obliged to import everything that io eaten while tho produce of the Territory, to-day, not only supplies the citizens but likewise the army stationed here : Not many months ago I pased through the southern iiortion of California to Fort Yuma, and in company with an expedition of explorers and surveyors, into the central and more accessible portion of Arizona. The country through a portion of this district is barren and sterile, looking as though it had been at ome remote period upheaved by vol canic action. Fields of broken basalt and scoria are frequent, ...

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. — 7 October 1871

I II I i THE WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER. VOLUME Yin. I'itKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOMSI. 7, 1X71. NUMBER 40. The Arizona Miner U Publiihod Bvory Saturday Morning, . ..AT.... I'RESCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA, l!y .1. II. Miltios; Si Co. TERMS INVAIUAHLY IN ADVANCE. flUHSCflll'l'IONi "i" Hopy. One Year Six Months .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 Tliri'it Months If Co pli' AO V K Il'l'ISI NO: One squire, ono tlrno, 3.00; each additional time, It-V). E.ieli additional square, mmo rate. A llltonl illcimit will lie mide to pcrnns con tinuing the saints advertisement for three, six, or twelve months. I'roftmlon.it and dullness cards Inserted upo eAson.tblu ternu. T o b F i i n 1. i n f . Tub MlNKlt olllee Is well supplied with Presses. Tlatn, Knncy and Ornamental Type, and the pro. prletors are determined to e.scciilo nil work with wtil ii I icy my i l ivorod In the uu.itost and licet -style of the art. Work may he ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the rash...

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. — 7 October 1871

1 'rMHOot t, .Arlvsomi '.L'nrrltoi'yi SATtfliiUY MOltNINO, OCTOHr.i; ", CHE INDIAN QUESTIOZT AGAIN. It oitco.inor become our duty ilckenln;: to us ttioagh It be to roTle-r. nt length, the Inter iufiil4lndlnnim'itlon, uhJeh, nt present, nml wrer iliieo our .u'v.-nt Into this dark and bloody nd." ln been tho tniln iuctlon nllh the civil ised ouil setnl-olrlliied people of tbli Territory. And new beforo, In our career m i defender of wUltc men mi J tholr rights, kit oocAeloti demand ed n abler, fuller and clear: statement of ftet than at present; rtnd If vrc fall to present ueli tbe Unit lies with n, for the .-(abject U not, In nuy ' fvatuf, exhausted. ThU belli j tbe v, we ntll enter upon ibe corwldorstlon of this question, and a right, reiwoii, trnth and buranaity ore on our litis wo expect, t least, to receive a jnst and f-tir interprcunloti. Then b It known that nn 111 wind, from the I'lntonlc regions ha wafted to onr Territory .1 demon of HI omen, a mock priest nutl pMudo-plillant...

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. — 7 October 1871

I Local Intelligence. I'licscorT, October 7, 1871. Stibsotibo rnim this lime uii, wo mean to slick closer to huino and duty than we liavo xen dcdiig laioly, nnd, of course, to iniullsh a better wwr. jtt.t l.l.it the people of the Terri tory will In doltiir wi, hy tencllnir 114 tin- news of the ilav, nml aiding us In the t-irorls we shnll make tn extend the circulation and inttiietire of the MlNTIl, We liavc ruwn on our subscription hook for m end new nnim-s, nml reipif t trleiids of the caii-c we espouse to ronie forward nd either take the piier themselves or sind It to their riendi In the .Shite. No Bank. Nut lone ngo wo culled attention to the. fact that a Xn Urinal or some other banking Institution n badly needed here, mid hned Uiat one would soon 1 established hut, Information recently nicird from I,evl 1 lath ford, of this phiee. Injures us to think Hint fir a locjr time to tome, no .National Hank fllllbe established here; uud that our bust lien men mint ejert themelves With th...

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. — 7 October 1871

1M.USC0TT. wjCKKNimua. EIIKENBEKG. z How to Become a Millionaire. John McDonougli, tlio millionaire of New Oleum, ha engraved ujion hi to'"1' writ irf maxiiiH lie has proscribed as the rule for Iris guidanco throu-jh life, ami to which his .wcum in busincM is mainly attributed. They contain so much wisdom that we copy them : nt'Lta ron tiik cu-ihanci: or my i.m:, 180 1. ReinemlKT always that labor is ono of thr conditions of our existence. Time is old ; throw not ono minute nway, but dace each one to account. Do unto all men as ye would be done by. Never put oil' till to-morrow what you clan do to-day. Never bid another do what yon can do yourself. Never covet what is not your own. Never think any matter so trilling as not to deserve notice. Never give out that which does r.ot at first come in. Never sjiend but to produce. Let the greatest order regulate the transactions of your life. Study in your course of life to do tho ijrcfttest amount of good. Deprive yotirvdf of nothing neces...

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 October 1871

THE EEKLY ARIZONA NER W VOLUME vin. The Arizona Miner I Published Every Saturday Morninr;, -AT IT.ESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTV, AKIZON'A, ll' J. II. .MAlllOV .V; Co. TKKMS-ISVAHIAliLY IN ADVANCK. HIJii.sciUPTlON-: ' tni Ymr. .57 00 4 00 . 2 50 25 Tiirmi Months. ' iplei AOVKimsiNG: T)n vjimn nm- tl'ne. flO); o-trh additional llmij, ll.-V). Kuc'i uiMUlutinl .quim. munn rsui. A IIImtiI discount will Iw mule u peirantiri ran tltinlni: the mtii' KlvrtWettionl fur three, Iv, or Hfi-lrr month. I'rofetslotul tnd 'ui.iuets arit ltlertod ato 'eanon.tlilc termt. T o 1) 1 i i ii t i n . Tub Mitrn ulnee In well iiin1rl with r VUlu, Fincy and OrtmmetiLM Type, nail the pro prlelop! arc determined to csotmls nil wotl: with which tiiy m it he favored In the tissvteat n J beat ntyle of the art. Work rnty he ordcrml from any part of the Territory, and, when arpornptiilml with the cab. It wlH be promptly exeeutcsl and sent by mail, or at directed. l'crim endlnj; ns money for stilnerlptlon, advcrtlslnsror Jab...

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 October 1871

tacaraf u m I'h'Mi'Hlli A.vlvonu 'LVi'rltory. SATURDAY MORNINU, OCTOBKK It, OUR TERRITORY. K.Jin would we unli.ipvy denizens of u more unhappy Territ'.ry nine the veil that conceals from view, the future of this myste rious land ; learn that which is. in store for us, and preiKire ourelve- to receive it, wheth er it be pence, or a continuation of the venge ful war that lun tilled our hearts with grief, nod burdened us with pain and penalties ?uch as have not been borne by the people of auy other land not curbed as this has lwcn, i-; yet, with a race ol rod demon, eonijNire.i "with whom the Furies of hell are ange!. Sad, indeed, is the pust history of this Territory, and who can say that the Mtddct era is not yet to come. If we look back, and endeuvor to peer into tho at, all i- clouded in. uncertainty; .save, alone, the ever present, ghostly remembrancers of the race of beings that once occupied this land, aud ued it for iiwx-o noble and glorious purines than the Aache fiends who, f...

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 October 1871

Local Intelligence. l'uiwcoTT, October 1 J, 1STI. MINES AND MINING. Just now, whllr the knlrrs of our tnvnc toes tin- Intlliiti are ImjIiij? whetted on (invcrtinietit stum, lor hmi on our tlirosit,'liy white men In the pay f tin: Ooverntnunt of the I'lilted States, tern nceesMty tk'tiimirls that our columns lm inn to other tios than that rfl telllm: uiuit our people aie tloinir toivtiril developing tl:u iiiltit-ml reuur !( of lids Territory, iiml our reader 111111 not bl.-ittie us lor tiej-leetini; this, onr trrtnteM lulerest tit this time, when even the (4ovc riiuieut which owe lit protection, Is nrinliitf nil of our enenili who ure ulilc to tight ir ete.il nnd feedlrnr their old men. women und fhlldreu, upon rrrcrt ntlmin. Wr will sh.v, however, thill at no prevlou tuiie, during Ihi' p.it eveii itrs, have our miner I'elt lieltir e.i'-il vv Ith their roM;ei lor un ahim d Hit h irvi-l of jfold, ailver mid eopT, tlntii il tin' present, and that, It' let uloiiu by the Indians ami tin ...

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