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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 November 1871

Report of tho U. S. Grand Jury. ITrom the Tnctjn Cltlien After a scsiion of nino days, tli- body ad journod on Monday lst. According to tho report, 111 Indictment were found 108 for murder and three for misdemeanors. . The tlrst two page of tho report refer to criminations of tho book of a portion of the federal office. located in Tucson, and was qtiito complimentary ; it then pc on to re cito tho deplorable "condition of tho Territo ry growini: out of thohotilitvof the Apach es whom Vincont Colycr so highly admires and tho New Mexican officials so warmly embrace. This portion of tho report i here with given, to-wit: We, the U. S. Grand Jury, for the county of Pima, Territory of Arizona, viowint; tho anomalous and startling condition of this county and Territory, feel it our bounden du ty to "further report " That from the highest character of sworn evidence Iwfore this body, wo find that in 1800. Cachise. the head of a patnarchical In dian Government, with upwards of forty In- dian...

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. — 25 November 1871

wrni ' " aaH H aVaV THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. volUjMK Yin. l'RKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2.), 1ST!. NUMBER 47. The Arizona Miner I, Published BVcry Saturday Morning AT.... TRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AITIZOKA, lly J. II. .Sf.XHION X Co. TERMS INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. ytJIlHGUIITIOK: On.; Copy, Ono Year .Six Month Tlircu Months, lnr CophM, t .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 SO 25 ADVituTisrva! Ono "'lU.-Uf. one tlmo, fN.nOj iddttlonalJ lme, tl..V),)KAVdrtrtiornl mnrr7aine rate. A liberal discount will lie mule to pmnni con tlnulng tint iue advurtlietneut for three, six, or twflro month. , Profeiilonat and business card lnrtcd upo rasionable terms. Job X3 r i ii t i n fx . Tna Min'RK olllco I well diippllo.l with l'rcr., Plln, Kaney ftnU Ornamental Type. and the pro prietor arc determined t" esecutc Ml work with which they nuy he favored In tli neatest and bent trie nfthe art. Work may he ordered from any part of the T-rrlinrr anil, when accointmaloit with the cash, U w III ho nrBinntly...

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. — 25 November 1871

lifHontt, -Vrlzoiui 'X'rrlt i'y. SATUItDAY MOKNINO, NOVEMHKU A'i, 171. THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The year is now drawing to u clo?c, and wo are- not aware that our School Trustees and tho County Sucrintrntlc:it hate, In any re spect, discharged the duties required of them; lmt wo do know that in wirao respects thes duties were neglected, and liavc not, up to tho present time, been performod. Hut little time U now left them to dichargo sev eral obligations which the school net sets forth a preliminary to tho division of the School Fund. Now, as the school act has been in forco since the date of its approval, viz: the l.Sth day of February, 1871, we find that a duty which should have Wen discharged before the 1st day of June last has been neglected. Section 2i provide, That It shall be the duty of the Trustees in each district to take, or cause to bo taken, hy a school-martial to be appointed by them In the month of -May of each year, an enu meration of all the children between tho azos of ...

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. — 25 November 1871

Local lulclliciicc. I'iiicott, November as, 1S7I. Tlio nour Contract. The contract recently entered Into with the Mcurs. Iliilnnl, for miiiItIii( the potts north of the (ill with Hour, from January 1, 1H7U to duly I, St'i, hit Ixm-ii annulled uinl thn miiiu awurdcil to Mr. V. IK ISuilldfTi at the foll'iwln" rati-, vlr. : t'anip Mcl'uwrll. 71 cnl; Ouip Urwk, 'Jirtiti ; t amp lliulW, lUrrnUj fump Vnrda, Hi dull ( 1'ott Yhide. 10c-nti, ir ninil. A Report. A report which wu have not traced to lit origin, liul wlil'li l centrally credited, tAjt that a j;lovo vtlilcli been rcco;;idtud at hxvln Moused to one of the victim ol thu Wlcketihurt; murder, M toiitnl, List week, upon thu person of an In .IUii at C-uup Date Creek. Suspended. The t.aw-iulll of Noyes 1S1 Curtlt hai uuitc-nded iprrntlont. .Sulllclerit lumher It on hand to mo ldy all deinaudt for that article for lumo time) and work will not be returned heforu the advent of Mprinu'. Mr, CurtU, In the mean time, will dc role lilmtclf to...

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. — 25 November 1871

tx. CUT THE ATLANTIC & PACIFIC R. R. The work of pushiiij; thin road trust flrnrtl Is progressing at h rale biirdly Mirpuscil by the uptirntiotu which clitiracturiftt-d the build ing of the enormously .ubidized Union Jv c'lfic a fnw rear. nso. Alrcadv the line is completed to Vinite, thirty-five miles west U of the .Mtvoiirt line. A corresjiondeiil of tho Cliicago Kctnifj Journal thus describes his journey from Seneca, a town situated on the line, between Missouri and tho Indian Terri tory, to tho present terminus: ".Seneca is the verge of white civilization; all beyond is a wilderness. Three years iigo Seneca was inchoate. The railroad ap proached and it sprang into being. Now a thriving town of 1,000 inhabitants, tho cen tre of u large Indian trade, it is a fair tyic of a border town, and is eminently lively. iA-aving tho depot at Seneca, a lew minutes' riilii lirins vou within the limits of the Ter ritory, and soon tho train crosses Grand riv- cr, over a magnificent bridge. O...

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. — 2 December 1871

- i THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME Vlll. The Arizona Miner t. ttnhtishsd Every Saturday Moraine. . a .... r .... PRESCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, AUIZONA, II)- J. II. MAIlin At Co. TF.UMd INVAUIAIII.Y IK ADVA NCR. h t J ni ru VV l O N" : ()o? Copy, On.; Year. - " Six Month m Three Months, .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 Rati O-ipies, 25 Ont m-.rr. one time. H.OO; esch a.l.lltlonal time It -V Bach additional square, ssm rate. A HtM-rU amount will be mide to persons cow- tlmiln? the tnc oilrcrtUeraeul for tiiree, sir, or " twelrn months. I'rofetdofisl ami rMtanijIr trrmt. bailae.t erJ Inserted upo .To V Printing. Tnr. Mimiii office Is well supplied with Presses, I'Uin Fane)' and Ornamental Type, ami the pro. .rictoM are determined to csectile all work with w!il-h t!ny in ' tavored In tho neatest and best iljle of the art. Work may he ordered from any part of the Ttrrliorr, and, when accompanied with the cash, It will - promptly etecuted and cnt by mall, or it directed. lVr.oin cndln us money for anW...

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. — 2 December 1871

. '41 I. V ' ' jl.roacott, JVrlvn.iitu '.L'orritory. BATUKDAY MOKNINO, 1KC K.MHKIt 'A 171. THE SCHOOL ACT. Our agitation of the public school question in last issue, has hail the effect of bringing a few Important fuU to vw notice ; and thtse vco aow proKso to submit to the public. Notwithstanding that wc have reliable in formation from Tucson which states tliat no report of the proceedings of the County Board of Trustees of Yavnpui count y had been rcceWcd by the Territorial Uuaid of PuWic Instruction, tlio Trustees and County Superintendent assure us that, tofur at prac ticable under the provisions of the school act, no duty required of them has been over looked. But; that the school act is defective nnd that, although a school system onco in opera tion may be continued under its provisions, irfails to provtdo for the starting, or putting into operation, of the school, there can hard ly be a question. The 33d section provides, That, Tho public school year shall commence on the fir...

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. — 2 December 1871

i im Bantam tnmu unmMrmimuit ltvl Infcllixmoc. I'liiMCorr, December -YlbTl. MINES AND MININO. During the present week Ilia operation In min ing hate been more tliiui ordinarily brink. V .have b.tel no ucroiint from HnuMiiitv since but tliati-; tttit ttit: ui-rltitriil-it of operations on film Tiger, .Mr. Vin.'Vulli, left, In company with a."Tew oilier, for that District, about thu ettrVy Ijmrt of the week. lint llic lluiiirteak, Cornneopl.i, Itcnjatuln nnd ltlwiwtrck Itxle which uru all located near tbu Ulne'bettveen Walker nut! llawtaynrtipa HUtrrcla iid In one or the rllier of tiirwe continue the cAt centre of attraction. In many -respect tUtM) mine puesa rare advantage over nil otli rtt In till county. They are located In the midst of a forest of beautiful timber through which go- a perennial atreain of water; thu location l rfnilly accu'wlblu lor- rrlj;hl wagon, nut being of ,urpalnt; Acinic withal and III high favor In iriui Francisco their early development li lnureil. Tlioo n...

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. — 2 December 1871

Iff II.. vjLD Mining Laws of Wallapai Mining Dis trict, Mohave County, Arizona. ARTtCLdst. Tho district shall Imj known hereafter as the Walbpii Mining District, and shall be bounded as ioiiwvs, w wu Conuneuci In t Rcale Spring, and running thencu along lead. lode or rein, in the district, with all its dii, spurs, angles, otbhooU, outcrojM, depths, widths and rariations and all minerals and other valuables therein contained, tho dU coTcrer of or locator of any lode, lead or vein being entitled to one claim extra, of two hundred feet for discovery. The locator or locators shall also be entitled to ono hun dred feet on each side of the lode or vein for workinc tmnwsca. but this shall not be con strued to moan any district or fumlM lolo or vein within the two hundred feet other than tho one originally located. Art. 3. That all locations or claims here after to be located, shall state in tho notice, as near as possible, the vicinity or locality of said claim lode or vein in a clear and ...

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. — 9 December 1871

T1PF WEEKLY ZONA MINER. VOM'MK VIII. The Arizona .Miner U Publlih'sa Evary Saturday Morning, ...AT.... JT.',,'")TT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, lly .1. II. .HAUIIIN X Co, TFKMS INVAKIAIH.Y IS ADVANCE. HtTMr;rtn'i'ioN': One r. .T, Out- Year S7 00 . ix Months ,.. 4 00 Three Months 2 50 gi r 25 A. II VJIIRTIHI IS'O: ' O-i (, oui Hum. eaoh additional X . 1 E 'It additional stpisre, same rate. ll-rOBMt Will Imj fll1J to JHTrjOIH eott- i , in me advertisement for Uin, six, or i ,. , m' rit badness cards Inverted upo r . 'I i. It. .T I) I. i i ii t i li . , M -i-rf 'T1 lt well mipt1id irhh Yfinr, V 'i i -'H'l Oritm!iital ryp", and tho pro- ., '' ' iinninrij to eT-ol! nil if of I; vrith v, ,i 4, n: Mrore I in tho ueatcal slid beat I . wl. k 'i'v t'f ordered from any part of th 7r - I. when arrow pnabsd with the rswtt. It w :, !' executed (Hid tent by mall, or Hi!' '1 1' r. . i ' n l!ir' us motHT for snbserlptlnn, , , . work, may forward It by mill, u it tliHr own risk. If," I i 7. i 't Xatn tk...

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. — 9 December 1871

ON .J III I II' -V."T tt-ll jlrHool(, .AHv.oiwi '.L'oi'ritory' 8ATUI5DAV MOKNINO, IlKl'K.UHKIt 171. THE "UNION" AND THE "EINO," Vincent Culver lias fomul a champion. Thd Sacramento Cnv.m contends that he ha met with . mo.-t " gratifying success " in the Work of cMahli-bini; peace throughout Ari .una. Well, that the Union is sincere we have no doubt, but it is .shamefully ignorant of the facts ; and we have only to regret that one iulluential journal has been made She duiHJ of a man whoso egotism is Mir-pa-ved only by his dishonesty. We repro duce the following from the Union: " Wo have it in proof that his intentions arc good, and that he succeeded in pacifying at least one branch of the Apaches. His as sailants have been less successful in proving their accusations. Indeed they stand con victed of inventing a falsehood to make out a case. Their rejiort that Cachisc had left the reservation at Alamosa and gono out on a raitl against the whites a report intended to bring Colyer's jud...

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. — 9 December 1871

She " U:i)itv Local Intelligence. l'ur.scoTT, December 0, lsTl, MINES AND MINING. Mi'r'M. Purler ami Morulaiid m-rlvetl from the Ott.t initios on Tucitl.iy eu-uliitf, and hrlug Iliu .tii'.l m:" which wu have rreelvcil from tlml kcc tluii. Thf inoit Viilimhlc IcmIl'h whkh Itsttl been disi-uuTi'd up to Iho time of their itvp.irturu tliencr, sutuo tt'ii d.iys ngo, were I Itu. Silver Queen, hi the 1'loiieer District J Iho Cur, In NuviuLi Ills trlct, anil tlie Vellow J.tettet, locuteil Just utiteltle llic latter dlslrist and vIimc lo Iliu waters of the (fll.i. The silver (Jueen 1, to "II iiearaiH-ci, nn hiimiine lU.Mtro eighteen feet in tlilcKness, mid tr:iet.ilile for 6cer.il mile. The ore Is very lillcreiil In character from that of any of thy nim hi tl.t- section containing only a mere luce of had, nitli a very largu iroiiortioii of cop. per. Ily an imperfect process o assaying It has jMcM upwards of 1,000 to the ton in allver. TlK'l'ur Is IIU'uImj eighteen led in thickness; a llsdire...

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. — 9 December 1871

:v:Tvff.;vfp;r.:.-;!'. s JVG-ra-i v'ir : .' . ' , v '. - .1 r 1 .: - . .1 1 I COLYER'S REPORT. Thcic aro iloubtlcs lli-c anions our mult-ruin Arizona who moiiM I"-' !t-nctl to have a glimpso nt tin- vlkh report submitted liy Mr. Oolycr, ii,ji liU return to Wuxhington, after liis ra -o Tor life through Arizona. We have nut ccn the report in full ; mi wo will Bulwtitute tlio following synopsis thereof as published in the New Voik Herald of No vember Oth : The Provident, Secretary of the Interior and .Secretary of War devoted over two hours to-day listening to Vincent Colyer'n report on his recent work among the Apache of Arizona and New Mexico, which htu at tracted much extended comment through the prcM. After narrating the eiithm.ia.-tic way in which he was received by the Apaches, of their coming in .-cores from the hills and valleys all alon the route, carrying white Hags to meet him, and of their Hocking to the reservations by hundreds as soon a they learned they would be protecte...

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 December 1871

- ararararJ. THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLIJ.MIi vnr. This Arizona Miner -r. PubllsUoa Evory Saturday Morning Evory Saturday P RKSCOTTi VAVAl'AI COUNTY, Alt I ZONA, J II. MAItlO.V tfc -TKRMrf-lN'VAKIAItbY IS ADVANCE. .suMscurr'i'io.v: Dm1 Topy, One Year ji i sis Moritlii" Three Months SSltiRle Coplo .$7 00 , 4 00 . 2 50 25 A.D VICU.TISI.VO: One iqtmrr. ono tlmn, S'1.00; each Additional rtlmc, fl.Vi. K.u li addition il square, nunc rale. A liberal discount will be. mide to persona con- tlmiln? the ndvertlsctnenl Tor tlircr, six, or tc!v montlii. , rro'cumiiil am' I"''iiisi c.irJt inserted npo rinioiublc terms. .To b T r in tiny- The Minbu omen Is well uppll-l with Pre, ruin, r'.mry and Oni-un-mlnl Type. and tin- pro. nrlcUiMurc determined to cr-i-cute. nil work with wtil htlryiiMyhu f.ivorcd l" tho niMtost anil licit ,ttlc of the art. Work tniy he ordered from ntiy part of the Territory, and, when aecompinlexl with the eaah. It will li; promptly executed iiml cnt by mall, or ii direc...

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 December 1871

I'ruMOott. Vrlv.onu 'IVrrltwry. SATURDAY MOKNINO. IUX'KMBEIl 10, 1S71. CACHIS. Vercgartl it a a rather unfortunate cir cumstance that Gcncr.il . Schoficld's order, while it amply provides for the subjugation of the -several tribe of Indian in Arizona, makes no provision for the capture or chas tisement of the head devil, Cachis. It will be observed that this order applies only to the Indians subject to military control in Arizona; and although Cachis has raided al most exclusively in Arizona he lias made his home in New Mexico. To settle this ugly difficulty the necessity or another recom mendation by the Secretary of the Interior Will be readily acknowledged. Cachis is an Arizona Indian and his warriors are selected 'from the several tribes of Arizona; hli loj redition have been confined almost exclu sively, to Arizona; and now in the hour of . ti i retribution he is permitted to inuuigc ui murderous whim in New Mexico. In An zona the Indians will be required to answer at roll-call...

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 December 1871

Local ltclllgncc. Piimcott, December 10, 1871. Back AAia I. .. that 'Tls sweet to die for one' coun- i, Wc know that It U dear and dangerous to uUKttlftlh wlien that tram i"i " . - , , . . country liapneni to bo ArUona, Tor which and .V. vhlcl. wc hart been traveling during tliu rait seven week, vblllng Wlckcnuurg, 1'hu.nlx, Lrlcopi Well, Hend, Abb Oallenle, (JIU ' . - 1 I. ..... 1 ... ... ! City, ArUona City, ton iumi, f-mrawii wrtwl other Important Huts, learning new Men of men ami thing, "d acquiring a knowl tJc of thecountry tliat will, hereafter, wc hope, ,n?i.i.. ii to conduct Hill paper On a more eatho- He plan than ever before Wc arrived homo jtut u time to be too late to tlx up our note of travel lor tula number or the Mi.r.ii, and to tell the truth, e were glad that thl w.n the cac, upon jookl'nx at the grout pile of letter wc U had to amwer, Ihts other work wu have to rforni, tbe vhiU wc havu had to nuke ; the talk with r.d f llowcllUent, lliCorcueof our bone from inr.-lm...

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 December 1871

- 1 ' ''t'V-'.V :;,-v..'.:':'' ft V 1 fi C3o . . .Josh ami tho Border Injun. r ' -J ' Yu inform rue, mi dear sir, Mint yu are a member or the solely "for tliercveiis!niii or kruclly tow ftiiiiniloi." Allow me tew .sitnpatltie with yu, by say injr, that i am glad or it. It iz : nobel itititinlimi, mill stands ahfl 6f tlie jirerciiiliim or krtiulty tew human. It Ik, a fakf, that thozo who are kind tew animiles, are kind tew liuinaiH. I am not aciitiainteil with .Mr. Hcryli, the president or yure.KsoMailiiiti, whom y u apeak or so kindly, i dont kno him personally, but i kno liiin at it distance, he is verv tall." In yure letter tew me, yu .speak verv ten derly about the Injuns, and ak ine, " it' tharc isiit sum way tew alleviate the condishun ov the nobel red man on our frontier." Yu say yu are willing tew bekum a mis sionary, and go atnuns them, and labor for their good. The iujun, mi dear sir, iz a pukuli.ir km. He haz the most anient siinpathizers ammig tbozo who dont kno him the i...

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 December 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. YOLUMK VIII. The Arizona Miner 1MIKSC0TT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1871." NUMBER 51. In Published Bvory Saturday Morning. . AttIM I'RKSCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, liy J. II. JtAIlIOX Co. CALENDAR. I- TEa-!S VAUIABLY IS ADVANCE. ,-- -1-- - HTJI1SO III PTIOW : 'avJa::::::::::::::::: " Thru Month), a 50 flntW Copies...... 12 Jan. nly 23 Feb, Mar. Apl. j'o a ." s w ao .3 H ss ;H ,i. lr. i a 3 r. o 7. 8 !10 II t'i 13 M!15 10:17,18 15 30' si saixistfi'itftiW.sT W S3 30:311 I .: I IIS 3,1 4 fi! 7, . 9 10 !1'19 11 II I.VIC 17' Iis.i9!st 2i;:n,34i 25a!27:J!W (.. 3Mi!6UU:a,;W. 17,11,19 VllSI 'Xt 23, 2i u'-js'otjjw aajsr ,711 I I I f I . . 1 Si 3, 4 5 V a a in II to 11 14 li'lfi n!lHtl9 W i HI T1 23 24 !OiS6 27 j .1 II I 3 4: 1 2' 3 4' 5 (t 7, t 9 iniii u 13 :11516 17 21 23 23 24,25,20,27, I. . ll 21 3 4) J, fi 7 Bjlrf I'l20lt22a'2t 2" !Km 98 30.311 ' i aj 3! 4,i"5i"6;''j ' ' 9110 II 12 13,14 IS 17 18 19 SOW M r Ol 91 i7 .1 i 3i j-j 1 Sj 7l ? 10,11(1...

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 December 1871

ALAS, -POOR VINCENT. Give Ear, 0, ConyrMs! PJH5SCi)TT." Vroolt, .A.Hzotm Territory. BATIJKUAV MORNINO, IIKCKMHF.lt SSI, 1S71. ANOTHER CHRISTMAS. Another anniversary of tho Rirthday of the Redeemer of mankind is at hand, and as ft is usual for the followers of the "Meek and Lowly Jesus," who came upon earth, suf fered and dicdr tlwt we might be sarcd, to cerebrate th day, in a becoming manner, we hope tho Christian people of this Territory will not lc backward in doing so. The day is sacred, to be sure. It com memorates the greatest and happiest event, for minkind, that has ever occurred since God Mid "Let there be light." For this reason, it has been kept more as a day of joy than of sorrow; of joy for the great victory ihat day achieved over the Arch. (lend and his hosts; over sin, death and punishment; efsorrow lor tho insults and sufferings borne by the Christ for our sake. His teaching, tor mast not bo forgotten, and Monday next should find the -Gkriitian people of Arizona prepa...

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 December 1871

1m 5t Ik (7. lArcnl Intelligence. I'iiescott, December 23, 18JI. Still at ZiArea ftalarlpbt.'thoTonvlctea' murderer, 4s still st Urge, despite ll efforts of Hlierlir Ilcli.in lo find anil recapture liltn. Homo ol our citizens blame tlic. Sheriff and liU deputies fur Imvltifc placed the ticllow In tlio "easiest cell In tlic Jail lor a raau to "break out of ;" mid for not bavin; Uuura ,m. Others, a;;iln, say ,'tbrtt a rjusrd ought to vc 1cca placed over Mm. Perhaps the Sheriff b.is rsoinc explanations to j;lrc. At to witching liltn, we know tint Deputy-Sheriff Gils and Constable 2i. V. I'lcrcc, kept watch upon Mm until late In nlroffllght, wbeti Nature got the better of thctn, tand both doted away for a few minutes, during vwblcli tltno Walnrljjlit ttepped forth, and no Joubt, received assistance from persons on the Ho had been provided with a hatchet and chUcl, tand with the latter Instrument cut the Iron fait, cnlng of one of the log of thocell; then pulling tack iM log wtth great c...

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