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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 23 December 1871

Wit Si PROJTSOUTHERN aeizona. COrOXUKXCItOFTIIF. AKIXOXAMIXr.B.J Tecoo.t, December 11th, 1871. ONE MK3I0AN KILLS AMITHRk. Our city wu thrown Into an awful statu of excitement at about 7 o'clock p. M.,on Thurs day last. It appears that two Mexicans, An tonio Undangrin and Mariano Molino, (the latter a gambler), were enemies ; an old feud existed between them about a gambling debt. On the evening named they met in the Southern portion of Main street, Undangrin being on a hore, ready to start for the Olla river. What passed between the two men has not yet transpired, but it is said that Un dangrin was In the act of drawing his pistol from his belt ; whereupon Molino drew his own pistol and fired two shots at Undangrin, both balls entering the chest and wounding the lungs. He instantly fell from his horse to the ground, dead. Coroner Thayer was Immediately advised of the occurrence, and summoned a jury of inquest OTer the body. 4. Tiri'.ct in accordance with the above facts vraa rendere...

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 December 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. iff VOLUME YIII. The Arizona Miner U Publisbod Every Saturday Morning. ....AT.... PRKSCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA Hy J. If. MAtlin.V Ai Co. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. . HTJiiMonnrriox: Oae Copy, One Year $700 " nit Monins.... tw " " Threo Month 2 SO Binds Copies 25 AOVKIlTWrNO: One nqii-trr. one tlm. tt)0; each additional time, !I-V). Each additional square, uma rat. A liberal discount will In; made lo persons eon. tluutn; (he Mine advertisement for three, lr, or twclrn month. lrofeilotul and budnaM oards Inserted npo ronaljle terrni. Job Printing. Tiie Mi.nkh oulce l well supplied with I'tpikm, Plain. Fancy and Ornamental Typ and the pro. prlrtor arc determined to execute alt work with which they my be lavonsd In tuo neatest and beat ttrle of the art. Work may be ordered from any itvl of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the oevli, It w be promptly executed and tent by null, or aa dlrectc' Person tending n money for aolweriptlon, sdvertUInz or ...

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 December 1871

T?iHtseott, A.riiiona rL'rrltory. JJATUKDAY MORNlStt, DKCBAtltEiqw, 1871. CLOSE OF VOLUME EIGHT. Tbo present number is the last of volume eight of the Mtxcn. The history of the pa per Is so well Tctiown to most of Its readers, that wc forbear reiterating it hero; nor do wo wish to make any promises regarding iU future. It passed into the hands of its pres ent manager in September, 1807, antl if its course from that time to this has not pleated tho true friends of the Territory, nt homo and abroad, we have only to regret the fact. The paper docs not claim credit for anything but honesty, and for the advocacy of honest measures, and if a majority of its superiors can, consistently, back us up in this declara tion, we shall examine our pockets, empty though they be, and feet that wo are amply repaid for tho time anil labor tpent in en deavoring to accomplish aomc good for a Ter ritory, which, since Christmas, 1863, has been our home. The first number of volume nine will greet its patro...

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 December 1871

Local Intelligence. TnnscoTT, December 20, 1871. Porsonnl Etc. t Vosbay started one day Inat weeV, for finn Francisco. nV Walliipul Mining District, Mohave outitj. Wo learn tltat sue object or .Mr. Younjr's visit to the Hay 01 ty, al Hits lime, to eioso lie .-oilatlons for the aalo ef llo BenJ tmln, and jrer- .,. otbr mine, near Prcscotl, alt of which, wo arc awnreil. are now looking excccllii)rly well. He took with him soveral sacks of ore, wblcli he eonfldently expected, will yield at tha rate of vrr Ji.OXrto the ton. Allen tullumbcr, of Walnut Orore, has been In town, ik!iJIdr Christmas. Ho being: an old rrriid-ut o2 tlil section, vrr. asked blrn to jrojlie- kjt a little reading realher, etc, which be rMd, rby amutlng us that he expected to teen great deal of mow and rain, thl winter and next spring. 'I V. Hroflks, a gentlmsti well known to all t -t.titl Artxonsns, arrWrd here early the present ek, iHjtiitUe State-of Georgia, where he has, of lute, tewi'llVln. Mr. I), ruet wU a 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. — 30 December 1871

rVl RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE. Judge Titn1 detrition the mm in the Unit el Slate Dittrkt tlrl for tht tint Judicial , Diftrict of Arizona. Tho Un'ilcd States against certain icr chsnts. C. XT. O. Howell, District Attorney of mnl for the United Slates, anil J. E. McC.ilfiy, Attorney Tot the claimant, William Richard A Co. ' This case arises upon potitlon and Infor mation on bub til f of the United State?, tiled Julj 2U, 1871, fur the condemnation of cer tain miscellaneous merchandise, therein men tioned, alleged to have been forfeitable and fizcd on the 20th of June preceding, by Capt. Frederick E. Grossman, special Indian Agent, near tbo reservation of the Pima and tfaricopa Indians, in this District, on a charge of illegal tratllc with the said Indian. On the 2lst or October lat, William HI chard & Co. were on their petition and claim solo owners, admitted to defend the said property against the decree of condemnation thug prayed for; and having liled their bond with sufficient sure...

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. — 6 January 1872

r " EEKLY ARIZONA ,MIN I'RESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY JIORXIXd. JANUARY 6,v mi 3y irUoim .HInor JNry 5itar3ay IVJoriilag, rT, Y4JI COUXTV, ARIZONA, V -tiim Bf.VK.UU2f A C. imOSr. SOUTHERN ARIZONA. C OitflVbfi SUKXCK OF THE A ItlZOXA MIX U U.J Tucson, December 25th, 1871. CA Happy Christinas to you all! Tucson :nd firtvtiiiir, etc. Shootiny m.-itnlics for - , ,j o MS INVARIABLY li; ADVAJffJtt. 1 trLeynnd chickens form the chief feature ,.,,. joflliedaj's "observance." Appropriate rp- ....w. ligMMW emces were held in the Catholic A W Hol.i: FAMILY ItKl'OltTKI) M.UII DKKED. The fibular stage frtfjn San Pi ego arrived on Saturday morning, yhcn the driver n portedt1 news that Mr. J. W. Baker, his w ife and child had been murdered, whether Sir JfontU.. ...).. .., Thr.-o Sioutba,. ..... , ''or:'" i . 4 00 . 2 50 25 Job j? riji t i ii iS"- T ru flfoe wtfBMrfo4 with Pr"e, i y himI OriMfttCNUl Tjpe, ud the pro i 'Icterwf uetf to e:;eetit all -work with maybe favored ia tito ncatcnt and best 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. — 6 January 1872

1.. 1 Sf1 ,3 fw? TTTPT ireri-'ltory. , g: - 3 1 J Alt U Alii O, iC'-- ! P YEAH. " .dousand eight hundred and .xakpaased away, and glad arc for it was a year of calamities we believe, tliat had ever on the people of this planet 'e of the hoary Kingdom of terribly, from famine and pt over portions of Asia lting its people in iff .preadimr dismay anion, the old lines of its march. an indulgent Providence, idvanco of thV-ruthless dc- j .d time toravagc Western America, were spared from hav - rOTiall down before it, as leaves before an Autumn wind. '-Pjahcc once happy, sunny France saw tor fair fields wet with thc blood of her slain children; Ifcr proud laurels torn from her I brow, Iter prestige gone; her monuments and enplcs pulled down and in ruins, and all, all, as a punishment or the violation of that Heavenly admonition, "All they that take the sword jhaH perish by thc sword." Germany, tno.sher Conqucrcr, has ha'd reason to bewail victory won at so great a sacrifice of thou sands o...

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. — 6 January 1872

Yavapai County, Arizona Territory. LoetU liileilijrenec. I'tUOCCTX, JBUry ft, lfcTJ. MINING LAWS OF SEDGWICK DIST, Minine Items Arc not bj any means scarce, but wc bare not time to write and publish them this week. Tbe Vulture company, near Wickcubtiry, arc Article 1. Tbc district ehall be known as Scdg-; now doing gome satisfactory work at botb mill cU Mining District, and shall comprise a gee- ai' mine. Mr. Mudge, tbc new manager, is quite hopeful of a prosperous future, and so arc tbc workmen. The Tiger company, of Bradsbaw, are taking out very rich ore for shipment to San Francisco. j ikm of country twelve miles square, commencing : at tbe high tabic mountain two and a half miles : multicast of Turkey Creek Station, (which point r.f.of Precott hd no bell o ' b .! hereafter be known or, McCIoud's Point); ith which to wetoMMJ Uw nvat.f H noA xtending east a distance of eight miles, J ores arc also being extracted from the Lor- ' fi r huritMr shot tbc W yr ot t'u ,: south a distanc...

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. — 6 January 1872

a; U. a s t i f V c i 1 ir 4 ft. -M A- i 53 ST'3 I 1 4 eat Ne j i . IAW TdETHE PEOPLE. P.rvmrJrt dinrnp. hu Chief JhxL'w.p. Juhn TUii. . huh uuift a. f-- A'; - Mlioii of ImxTj dc Gentlemen of the Jury: In this case ninety - nine or a nunureu persons are mmuicu iui- f f 1 1 . i . -r ir .1 T .1 - . a . . . prisoners of war under the protection of the at... f United States. It may, however, oe uoui whether the victims were in any technical sense prisoners of war. The question, how ever, is immaterial, for it is certain that they all belonged to the Apache nation, which for some years has been in a state ol hostilities towards the United States and its citizens and residents in this Territory, that they had surrendered to the troops of the United States at Camp Grant, and were there subsisted un dernn equivocal promise of peace and order. There were, therefore, in the custody, loo.-e though ifsccins to have been, and under the protection of the United States, 50 far as to give" this Cou...

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. — 13 January 1872

sS9kS Mtwwiw) winniiMiiff .gnu jaaoafeiT 'wr 4., i a. -ft. WEEKLY ioLUME ix-xnii!i;i: I'RESCOTT. ARIZONA. SATURDAY JIORXIXG, JANUARY 13, 1S72. PRICE 25 CENTS. i THE ARIZONA MINER The irUnn Mine:'. fllillSpD EYERJf SATURDAY M'iRSIKG, AT 4Kj3COTT, YAVAPAI CXHWTT AXISSOA,, I By J. ir. M.VHIOfc- 4 (n. iFKKMS INVAHIAULY IN" A!)'.NCE. f STJ.BSC RIPTIO -V : (b Copy, One Year. $700 f Sir Months 4 00 j .. Three .Months,. Agle Cppe3r 5 ADVEltl'ISTNG: bno square. One tlmr, $3.00; ! additional tie, $1.50. Each additional squaw, Mine rate. )t liberal discount will ! rutd to ieroiis eon d'ulnj; the same adve.rtincau.nt for thr;-, six, or if el re months. I'rofciiloiial and buine; card in. "'fed upo y-juionatilt; terms, .Toi) I i 1 it t i ix : - ?he MlN.cn office 4 VH ..ufiptiwl yrith Presses, fiain. Fancy and Oruawnlal Type, uwl the pro- ; irictora arc determined t :.' nti: .til .vork with i itileh they may be I ivored in t i n ti-i and best Ujie of the art. !W"ork may he . r,-a vm y pirt of the ...

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. — 13 January 1872

1! fF3 II I J 1 "I k 1 1 t. 1 ry.U decdmustbc malice. Murderous m.lice is the find r tAW J5dETHS PEOPLE. Complci' Cliarge by Chirf Jtice John 7'ilH, toJU Jury rrhich Tried the 100 At, for KM- inrJlottUe Indlaiu-Vnrly knolcn as the - rinrr, ., r....i i:t.t .... p,.. 'Uion of Jmv c r indir.tnmnt. l.v t.rJl ,...,; Tin. rt Gentlemen of the Jury: Jn this case ninety-- apprehension, which the perpetrator of Timr nr n litimlrml unewnnj ir i tulicf I'd f ip t .i.. . .. :. :iimi fralJCC miinii.i-.KnmhMLi'i,. , .t ,...r in ! ; . t flic sen-, njeiit. I cliaivc vou thatitlias not been VJVy' vvMi uiiii iiiuii 5titn 1 1 .IIJI'lle WHICH IHftuiiu"" 1 11 1 -1. fro Indi:ni3. niul mAr than ni-i-ntv Atiwricjttw - J i ,.p ,i... .r.u.irritnr of a "O'"" cannot be shown, that they are guilty und Mexican, all roiuh.utu nf Ari7t,.i .m.i ., ::. 1 1 i.t... in i(Ite of himself to do murder as chained in the present case at betn relieved of tlm rlmw r.,.tt.,;t.,l in th,. ....d nw..,f inc impulses in the per- Ami...

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. — 13 January 1872

WE.EX.U' ARIZONA MISTER: -JANFAR Y 13; T872'. (Pit. Y? Mil PT 4JL. ForWallapai. AB.TZOWA. i r . ( T,,n J.of, .;, Goonrc Washing- The 1,05 Angeles ffyrft -fipthc 4th says j LIEUTENANT WHITMAN'S- CASE. ; then, tha Court believed the paper referred" to,. to be the proceedings of a Court of In- The Charges Against Him, &c. &c. j !".., -" o i t0 admit it ; """"b" 31 I fv nfiMifo in tine r-ion Tli JI . i. r ' - ... - Jkut j i at, .irncie oi ThQ.News.. r l. .... .rI. k .1 Z I . VV n nwrwfn- I. n - 1 i M T hn I - " !ton,nnd the rounding by him of the iiiiSJ , " -F- U u. uuiannuccu Martiar .,lich " , ''f"" xnrni.ry must - MV ri,onr. T-rritory. i 'l'H,,. rif?,I State,. we take it for city "this morning' fer Vall,. District. I j'Vcan s Wc, A. T., on the 4th i f""f f ..5 .. oflscer aw a Judge Ad-1 One more the re ' , . . . . ... ..,! The outfit w wi'll nn.viihxl with trftrv- , m. i.... 1871 ,v virine of nam-' "l -uetoruer. anu by the UlU Article Sccrernrr PiJi i irra:ffcfl Arizona vas a...

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. — 13 January 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: JANUARY 13, 1872. TV XV A A 1 Regular Meetings of thU Lljre the tau Saturday of each month, at 7 o' r m. oi.mlnir hrvthrvn O.TH fra.'-TAi.v ux:tm "(, - - Jo attend. II. BHO ' W M . r-. nnnnTB Sf.r4sn 0. F ARIZONA L0DCE, 1.0. 1. nebular Meetings of thU i,it , W4-' j.dy Evening, at Mt-ie II H. Um- ' ben of the Order, in g, m Alto attend. D.IIENDMtv.- N U. ft.. JyUKE, Secretary. POST OPPIQE, PRESCOTT , rvala and Departures of Mafis-FotnI f fes -Money Orders, & - ' 4b arrive from all P"in. Mondir 1 . ir.t ,. jhirt Wrdnriulay and Saturday 1 doe hour from 1 A M. to 8 r. M. i w-y Ordm u.ucu every aay .'",:'.:'"., ' -r- DIVINE SERVICES. j anlain Ollmore, U. S. Anny. wrf c .n -u it.... Mimmcnce at half-nMt clc ei A. M OWM AND COUNTY MATTERS, SUPERVISORS' PROCIiBOIK.. 3. card met Mosday, Jnnu iry W, 1-".. m lock a. m. l'rcscnt Si ri-or.-. ,.ji j 11, rtuan, llrooke and MocIi i, and ink. Ibe following accounts wiir ituais'-u an" ;w- . J. Btarj salary, fees and afltee f...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 13 January 1872

E ''id? 'i t -4 . EICLY ARIZONA MIXER: JANUARY 13, 1872. If r. 1 4 .4 i mu life. FROM SOUTHERN ARIZONA. fcoituEiiroxJ'KXCK or tii r. akizon a mixkc.J , . Tocsos, January 1st, 12. THR NEW TFAR Oncned auMiicinu-.lv unon the people of A ri - zona. I predict that the preset one wilj Xeir 1 ear s i-.vc. Kitncs a degree of pK-rirr for onr Terri- The market ,s well supplied with fine, lory such as was never before known in it- large sweet potatoes. history. ! mimtaiiy .matteik. .. nnrcn.vr.n. ; Arrivals from Yuma report that several Governor Safibrd and party returned from I coinpan;cs i,a,l arrived at that place and pro nbout the the Cahibasas mining section, on j CCCcd to McDowell. But as you live at or Thursday evening. The news therefrom is ; ncar Headquarters, "you know how it is highly encouraging. j yourself," by this time. further of tiik BAKBR family massacke. j 1st Lieut. Max Wciscndorf, of the 1st Cav- TI.L. still forms the all-absorbm- theme of discussion among our people. The ...

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. — 20 January 1872

s SOU v. n1 f THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME IX-XUJIBKK 3. I'KESCOTT, ARIZONA. SATITi!DAY MORXl.W. JANUARY 20. 1S72: prices ens. The Arizona Miner. JCBIISH ED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT.. PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, By .T. II. MARIO.Y & Co. TERMS INVA1U ABLY IN ADVANCE. SI7J3SC RIPTION: One Copy, One Year, . " Six Months Three Months, -ilnle Copley..--- .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 A.DVJCR,'riSI2STGr: One square, one time, $3.00; each additional .lae, $1.50. Each additional sffnarc, same rate. AHhcr.il discount will be made to persons cou viaaln the name advertisement for three, six, or rke months. Professional and business cards inserted upo taeonablc terms. T o 1 I 1 i 11 1; i 11 g" . Tun Minsk ofllec Is well supplied with Presses, lain, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro prietors are determined to c::ccute all work with rWcu they may be favored in the neatest and best tj1c of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the territory, and, when accompanied witb the c...

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. — 20 January 1872

- 1 imx. PrcHCott. Ariwnu O.'rritory. ALMOST FOBGOTTEN NOTES. Nearly six weeks Have Hown past since tic day upon waich the writer reached his sanctum, from a long tour through south western Arizona, and a letter from a dear friend on the Colorado, which letter was re ceived by last mail, brings to mind the rath- cr unpleasant fact that tuc incuitm-, r inn.rt rii have not. to the disappoi , 4 - the Mi unmindful Circumstances hare cons Then, too, laziness. is no exception to the general rule. Seri ously, however, a press of other business has, until now, "persuaded" us from attempting to "get nway'Mvith this labor. Hut, when friends and supporters call upon us to render an account of matters and tilings seen by us, on the tour in question, it behooves us to awake, arise, or be forever "cussed,'' and as we would not like to ht&r ounelf "cussed," wc make a hkoinxi.vo, By informing all who may care to know that, . on the evening of October 28, 18 1, as ttiu ' I ntmcnt of fnends, "yet...

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. — 20 January 1872

r. fa WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: JANUARY 20, 187.2. AZTIAHXODGE ffo.l77,X AlUpular Meinf M'h II?en the last Saturday of each month, at 7 o clock 1'- M. Sojourning brethren are fhttcrwflry Invited to attend. H. BROOKS, W. M. THOMAS CORDIS, Secretary. 1 o. 0. F., AEIZONA LODGE, NO. 1. Regular Meeting! of this 7.odge on Wed nesday Evenings, at Masonic Hall. Mem- "JjfWft ben of the Order, in good standing, are Ssrited to "ttend. D. HENDERSON, N. O. fj.Jl.LUKB, Secretary. POST OFFICE, FRESCOTT. rriyals and Departures of Malls Postal Rules Money Orders, Ac, &c. Thills arrive from all point, Mondays and Thursday. Jlepart, Wednesday nnU Saturdays. dOlttoe hours from 9 A M.'to 8 I. M. onr Orders issued every day of thn work, except Sunday ORLANDO ALLEN, P. M. DIVINE SERVICE 3. Chsplaio Oilmore, U. S. Anny. will deliver a religious jUeourse. in the. Court-room. 1'rescott, every Sunday, prices comtiieuce at balf-jast eleven A. M. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. ( Beware of Fire. Tire is a good tiling ...

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. — 20 January 1872

r ' WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: JANUARY 20, 1872. ' i i ii mi . , .. ' I 1 i f i I COLYBH ON THE WICKENBURG MASSACRE. A Washington dispatch to the Iscw lw countiea on thc 7VauM, which wc copy below, is ol a cnar- Uje ho()l ccmus Tttmn to wjt. . acfef tthi'cll mtisl Convince every intelligent pimft ha3 503 chiiiri, and gets $695.23 ; mind that, although the Secretary of (he,yllia jias .-04 children, and gets 119.00; Board of Indian Commissioners is an ack-, Maricopa has 94 children, and gets SHW.3h; w . , .ffrHttitPs Yavapai has 211 children and gets .24.i.2c nowlcdgcd traitor to all thc better attr.1 u tea rf nti of the human heart, he posses-'cs one JauaaOie,j(j Tteasury anJ apportjonc(i auovc it trait of character; but unfortunately it is, J. j 00.55. in hicae, possessed only to be abused. This j Tm; 50UTHERV MIJfrA perseverance, i,a i - i-.i ii . .? no in tlio tironcrcnan- xccwu una ,,..., ......-- g0f)d and encouraging. Several of our citi- nel to champ on truth and justice, he uould....

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. — 27 January 1872

f V W X fe ARIZONA W.UXE IX-XUMBER 4. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1872. PRICE 25 fB rn TTs MINEE ij 8 f T!ie Arizona Miner. UI.LISITED EVERY SATURDAY S0RS1MG, a r . FCOTT. YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, y T. H. M.YItlON & Co. 1 LKMS -TSTAIMAnLY IN ADVANCE. - r.jpr. One Year $ 7 00 ' " Six Month 4 00 Ti.ru Months, 2 50 -irio CVies, 25 A.X"VTCll'LISTJN-&: O square, un'; Uim, $JM)0; well additional t Tie, ?1 "!. Eacli additional square, simc rate. A liberal discount will be madf 1 fmrsom con- t r 'iini tue same advertisement for three, six, or tw ';c months. Pruf...lo(l and bminesa cards inserted npo r c Jnable trrin. Job Printing. ir MiNKitioUicR Is well supplied with Presses, 1 1 a, Fancy and Ornamental VyHs, and the pro- r r". jfS are determined u crzeente all work with v..i ! :y may be larored lu the neatest and bust f . t V art. t rk may 1ms ordered from auy part of the It rritory, nnd. when accompanied with the cash, H win be promptly executed and ewt by ma...

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. — 27 January 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MIXER: JANUARY 27, 1872. 51 & & r if 17 ,0 I r- 7 4 ! r 1 1' 1: ; t M 5 i 5 f JPx-escott, Arizona. ALMOST FORGOTTEN NOTES. Cuntfooed from last week' Miner.) SCEKERY AND OTI1EK MATTEIIS ON AND NEAlt TIJE CII.A KIVEK. " Tho Gila river whose headwaters arc in JTeir Mexico, about 300 miles to the eastward of Prescott, m In more respects than one, a very mydtcrioBs river, and, as the writer has followed its tortuous course for fully 400 miles, a glance, backward, at it and the coun try drained by it may not be out of place in theso "notes." It was late in the summer of 1SGG, when, after having traveled for several week?, through a thickly-wooded range of moun tains, oursclf and 41 other persona descended from the summit of said range, at a point where the river in question debouches from the frozen mountains in New Mexico and en ters the sunny plains of Arizona. Here, in a beautiful valley, on the east side of the river, are the ruins of Old Fort A Vest, while oppo...

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