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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 27 January 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA JIIINEB: JANUARY 27, 1872. ilk 'gpie. i T lrfscatt, .Ajri aeon a - MINES AND MINING. , , ... ,r..lbetur la the new. now being - 1 fr0,,, our ,m,,,w- , , I i-jST i H,py immense, and "the work of , , i, ore from U U being carried on with T, -jandsyatcra than ever liefore. Sp.-c!- , . j .re receutly brought here from tlmTlgcr, -reload, are loiilfclilgly rich in el I J I "'n ton of this rich ore are now ready i't nn ut to San Francisco, at a coat of ?100 on Nnd, even at this extraordinary tot, r nnJcnt Kfgge is confident that he will le to make the mine pay well. licohles !i Mratnm of about one foot, near the west lit nn no, tloy hv four and a half fet i j-iihiif7napnrratts(lSTe'Yrorn the , ,v h widening rapidly, and changing Into h black sulphnrel ore. A shaft 4x3 foci, ui-ing mnk in the uorthweit tunnel. ' Mfiri land has a three ounee our of sllter, h O.org,-Hogle recently "fried "out of one j - ,J " ligcr ore. t .i -nua mine i abo producing considerable j - ad' ore. I ...

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. — 27 January 1872

TTEEXIT ARIZONA 3iI5ER: JANUARY 27, 1872. i - i i 3 av s . . . . . I SB Brief History of Califom- In an article on the media ejects wnoking tobacco, in tlic Food Jvitrnal. Dr. ray asks : The irtac.4ate u the modern hwtory of California i the year 1542, when Cabnllo, a unlah ..m.nn-r. first discovered anu lanueu I upon tne snore oi wuaw w nn J nil. lie narad it Cape .Mendocino after Men- i doza, then Viceroy of ilexico- Timty-seven years later, in 157D, the English navigator,: Sir Francis Drake, then Captain Drake, dis j covered and landed upon the coast at or near (if. -mnbinrr iniiiriotis ?" This 18 an every-, t,av still euUca bv tm nanc day question apt to be put by patients to the j,, 1590, Viscaino, a Spaniard, landed at La doctors. Like most broad questions of tfie- jaz jwcr California. In 1G02, he made 3indr it involves far too many considerations . another voyage,.in which he entered the har to admit of being answered in a plain yes or yor 0j san JjTego, and afterwanl landed ...

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. — 3 February 1872

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME IX XUMBEIl 5. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNIXG, FEBRUARY .1 1872. esiciscesis. The Arizona Miner. !l PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, By J. II. MAKIO.V & Co. TERMS INVAKIABLY IN ADVANCE. sttjbscri:ptio:n-: One Copy, One Year, $7 OO " Six Months 4 00 Thrco Months,. 3Ingle Copiea, 250 25 jVD'VJSK.TISIIN'OJ: One square, one time, J-'J.OO; each additional lmc, $1.50. Each additional square, same rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con- ilium? the HDifl advertisement for three, six, or welvc months. Profeiwional and business cards inserted upo easonable terms. Job I i i n t i n g-. The Miner ofllcc is well supplied with Presses, 'lain, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro jrictors arc determined to crceute all work with rliich they maybe favored in the neatest and best ftyle of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the "erritory, and, when accompanied with the cash, t will be promptly execu...

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. — 3 February 1872

AYEEKIY ARIZONA MINER: FEBRUARY 3, 18T2. JPiccott5 Arizona. .fff barkimr nwaj'. prairie- THE INDIAN QUJESXIUK AUAixi. iwilciviiizcu iu.-. , ThJs ,av cs 0f Camps Grant, . throughout the Gadsden I urtna o. 0 Tn,o W. W J1"1" " ""i, T'P Mow o .1- oaks ; ' r!.,l.i.l.;tt, of tlio mwcancu uu. enow u . . , . , doe like, at the unforluaatc white citizens ofM 3IeAfcanf! and Indians. Up to that year States and Territories that arc and have been j tJlc ApacJft9 visited the mail stations and afflicted with savages and savage warfare; ' wcre trcatcj jn ti,e m0st cordial manner un this too for no other reason than that said one onc 0r Cachisc's braves commit- 1.11 IO "vr ---- . i 1 I to l i .f...;(in Imve disagreed with him in ins . i ,.r rriili unconoiicred savage cn-, dwii in uw"h ... . plan cmies ; a plan which they very well know is 'calculated to breed new troubles be- j better tween them and the Indians than to put an hjj rcIM)rted thc airajr to Oachis, who went to end to old one. Nor is the...

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. — 3 February 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: FEBRUARY 3, 1872. Wilt iW Prescott, Arizona, School. I . . While tak!uS a ride throuCb ana around town, ( one ,oVlurhasknV;Z du toIhortpTeJ, Vultnre, Tiger, Lorenna, Del Pasco. Ben- - ? f , L 1: . J: ? Ja"" ad other companies arc working away. TTUO, aire trips, wc noticed several persons at work on . tbe old school-house, and, from this, conclude ... o f r i f m hool -will .oon ommence. A i j.t z T '-ing put rn h w.tlis. s ntioK the forejjohij,', District School ( irxui -. u ri Berry and. K:mlall have requested vi f auunuce that the first term of District . J1 oiutueucc Monday next, Mlth .Mr (ri aotc ab tcnehor. More Ham and Bacon. 1,1 en Bos hasn't "jnmped" some other Him a l''dgef hos, he must have n very extcn j'.re one of his own, down bithe A;un Prla, from vLich place he Tccently tgunti.wfib miothfr wngon ;d n'v !v-rrurcd hamxnd baron, nil of which j eld .t about forty cwita per pound. , "Good Beef. t tv plcftnr re notice that the beef now, ' , - "m- time ...

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. — 3 February 1872

iimiiwii in-iim i i mi nwiiMKiii. iinawrils tiMlHtt wtm'mmTt n '" f - ,, ;-sK2assssj - S I r4 r '"is" ; WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: FEBRUARY 3, 1872. i i CWVY? " MAGNESIUM LIGHT " POETBY. The melancholy days have c-te, The saddest of the year ; Ooiif are the pompUn and the plum ; Tho falHng leave are wrc ; The jartrUgr now forget to drum, The squirrel to uprar II It merry tail ; the brooks are glum, Tbe ang'crs disappear; Th cow pursues the vagrant crumb, Too grateful for the cheer ; Tbe top hot ceased it summer hum, The kite are oat of gear; O'er Mother Earth a fierce autumn Inverts bis ley tj;ar ; Each morning som mAxs tbetf ram, And some nlsorb thrtr b-cr; Young soldiers mumbl "nfo-mmt To drive amir their fear : SJith. happy. Joyous school-girls tbnim I'laoos far and near. Or cot thti cake of daily Lum Or Clara Vere de Vere, While otkers go to chewing gum To check the truant tear. A Wind young man did once calum- NIate hi precious diar. And railed, instead of lx;Ing mum, Jlecause be co...

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. — 10 February 1872

1 : la J - Vv THE WEEKLY r ARIZONA r VOLUME IX ISU3JBER 0. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATOltDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1872. PRICE B CENTS. The Arizona Miner. LAW OB HUMBUG? CIVIL SEEVICE BEFOEM. rUESCOTT. Business & frofessltmal Caris. MINER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SORNING, AT PRESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, By J. II. MARION & Co. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. sujBSC mrmoisr: Ore Copy, One Year, $7 00 " Six Months 4 00 u Thrfft Months.... , 2 50 T 7 (piea, 25 AT)VKK,TJ S I2NT Gr-. re HHi-ire, one time, 400; each additional i n ?1 Each ailditioua! wjnan;, sme rate. A nbrrl dlcmrt) tvilM-o cmdo to persons con 'At tac ivcrUonwvjt r three, six, or w mUllthft. I'r 'vionaI and hasfHoss carats iiMurtud upo easf vlc terms. 'Job X v i rx t, i n sr - Tjtk Miner offler U weil aupplM with Prr, I iri rancy and Ornamental Typo, and the pro-. ncto. arc determined to e?:ccnte II work with , "ii it ii!y mav be favored a tuo noatcdt and beat l of the art. . i t . i. . 1 t r .. t r . i. . T r It ir...

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. — 10 February 1872

Prescott. Arizon.i. r5ri:t u mise-cj f. " j. i,i.-r! Jrv-e25ruini.y. SO MORE CAEPET-BAGGING. "There w some reason to hope that the aystetn of importing men to fill public offices in this Territory, will be abandoned in the r. .1 onnfinnthe article lUturu, hiiu c gnuiu !. nlv.Hcd-ed hope hlmcd. " Ttoarl it: This afternoon delegates from all tbe Ter rltories and the District of Columbia, except ing Mr Hooper of Utah, who is not m the i.V ,,nnn the President and were fornix printed to him by ex-Governor McfJormick of Arizona, chairman of the or- ICWl UJI - .n;f!nn of deleirates. Mr. Viaggtri, 01 Z i rcnucfctinK that hareaftcr the appoint- menofljcderal oiliccrs in the Temtones be mRdo from the frame. Mr. Claggctt stated that at the present time quite t '-fourt raJLn'h J'eTI- Z..TJ Z X careful than anv previous one in making its selections. Now, this is a very praiseworthy rcsone on the part of the Delegates, and we do hope they will ail adhere to their profession in the matter. Unfortu...

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. — 10 February 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: FEBRUARY 10, 1872. Aft" . ... III Prescott, Arizona. NEWS, PERSONAL, ETC. Julius Goldtrmer has closed business at Wick rnburc, nnd Is on a visit to. this place. He ex pects soon to open another store at some point in tbe Territory. John Townecnd the best and most effective ftidian Peace Commissioner in this or any other Territory, was Jn town a few days ago, and in formed us that savages were numerous around bis place on the Lower Agua Frla. Mr. Vlckcrs and family, of Granite Creek, talk of removing eoon, to the Lower Agua Frla valley. R. Pardee has opened a lumber yard on the premises of John Kaible. Judge Chs. lirinlcy, who come here recently, (rom Arizona City, In company with Dr. Bcndcll. Jiji resigned bis position as chief clerk at the In dian Agency, and will return to tho Colorado river. Julius Saunders a veteran American of some ncvciity or eighty years, seven or eight of which Lave been passed near Prcscott, paid us a visit a few days ago, just to let ...

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. — 10 February 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MIXER: JfJSJUtUAHi iu, isi. -r -rr i -r ir -j .-v -j n p r 3ier FROM SOUTHERN ARIZONA. cbiiKEBrosDSSCE or tiit: aijixo a-mixbk.J Tucsour January 29, 1872. ATtOTTTER HOflRrBLE MASSACRE BV ArCH1' I have sad, sad news to communicate to day. The Eastern mail, (from Now Mexico, etc,) was due here on Tliursdajr last. ot having arrived hero on Friday evening, our people concluded a murder had been commit ted somewhere on the road by Indians, and the mail captured and destroyed. And their Tcorstfww have been rculizcd, sure enough. A detachment of Captain Smith's com pany of Infantry at Camp Bowie (mounted) arrived here at an early hour on Saturday morning, bringing letters from Captain Smith, giving' an account of the murder of three white men by Apaches, just below that post- LETTEIl TO S. R. TE LOW?. j Apache Pass, A. T., Jan. 24, 1S72. Friend Delsong : It is with regret that I Ituve to inform you of the killing of three more Americans by the friendlics of Vincent Colyer, J...

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. — 17 February 1872

CTela03 k. "KTrimawariTTHA m mm in 31 E K-Jf LTill3EK T. prescott, Arizona, Saturday morxixo, February n, m. Tlic Arizona Miner. 4fKP EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. AT IT. YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA jjv-.l. II. MARION t Co. JS INVARIABLE IN ADVANCE. stjjrsc RJTPXld: : ''W YMT, Month Thre Months, pie, .S7 00 . 400 . 2 50 25 A1)VK R.T I S 1 3t s(Jvr one lime, $3.00; each addttioua! ivneb ddh.lonl qaar, Mine rate. ilnt mHI be od to persona con t i same advertfaetrteot for three, lx, or ' i.'hg. j il and business card Inserted upo i term. Job .TPx-iixtiiigr. Mm: office is well HupplM with I'reascs, F auI Ornamental Type, and the pro dcturmluwl to execute all work with n .v 1 ordered from any part of the ' rr - , nid, when arcoin panted with the rash, raruptlv executed and sent hi' mail, or J 3 .fMW moy "H"" i ' at th- risk. , Tender Notes Utken at par in payment ' M r' 'inn, nioerUtng and job loor, ! orders and Wtera to "Tub Minsk," Preacott, Arizona. JXPOSUEE OF A JUDICIAL "VAR MINT." I-tom Reav...

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. — 17 February 1872

TOKTA' ARIZOJfA MIXER: PEESCOIX FEBRUARY 17, 1872. t vx Minn. LET CUE. EAGLE SFE2AD EIS wires. A27D mSTZG. Xr2HWtt9 Arizona. THE WICKZyBTTEG XASSACEE. Oar watch werd, frora tK twae onward, I n- 1." to wire the 'Mex? ZLQTff TEE SSOW UZHL" COMPILED LAWS 0? A2IZ0SA." . 203C SOTCTZBS ABIZOJa. The Saa Diezo Uaie objects to an 315- We have before a spleadKHy p 1B l lA XStn . r, ..u f ,n weft feoead voJesn pares, ixrana., s rmt fftfe DT isc ueB&rxs fH ia -- - - , , Pro.TmSreKyrees fV , W urgnirr tic name- op, it title, - Tke Con-ptd nBe- , . - . ;n,v,w zii HaweE 'as nnoftte Atlantic & PiciSc con ; fLii- vrw- - i . ... :nA IW in-3 weakl no fmi tbe Dtl "f . . - fmralSOi.tO : feilnerf 'r th-thc rocte , i,nrtx the Con- tlw at r prcTi(Kii ticse in Use hl-torj can people from rrfa P1 Trrfarr. a! robber. V P rw "1 ... . w, ieri nsr U st thr place of W-wfc-s, . ccr: . p' cxrI tfcr irt -f- .'.BfcWonL Sectary rf ike , . , tintwa-f wlurt J--, TWr two- iwr m tnaU a s" fc f : A vrinied at the e...

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. — 17 February 1872

1 . 1 WEEKLY ARIZONA 3IIXER: PRESCOTT. FEBRUARY 17, 1872. 1 a - t - , n - Netr ana Peraonal ltas 1 t . .. u,!., nold bare mnovvd l . , tbc Ticimtv Cap VerAc f ....;.. siM Infa-ir arrived . I rcnr , , ' , i'!'''"" ' j-vr'.i e v. iiuui iamo iwe tfrr. -Walnut Creek, sear Oaaap ! ,. the Ka ,,. 1 , . Mhare,eam' town lew days ao, , and iifoaiK! na that reecotlyj ,,,1, had eit-" iifn toe creek totuitiM, , m are bo openlf fari'n. ' H j !.,ty of water iti tiwcrtsck, when W ",. .,,..,; Mjttlere fit eowWwrt, of iwring rfi r.ij- ttiis year. Vi r, ..'jlm'.-d tu &r. Boccm iar-hi kiadnM i, ,(: a-ieutly procured two avbscribara to , sboerer, who left tbi place several weeks . tV- I'v let! fofcrrood tiia old partner " p ,,. (iiat at the date of aaid letter be , win- toii old lionie lit uemaany. sboet-cr, i-i. .ilMnt ri ....1 t4i . t. 1a i aum aw w iftv jaaa. iv mm 1 awv 1 dar. to ace vou uwck antn tn " .1 1 ' Hlt'li0Hon and other cilizetts oT Walnut trt in town this week, with teams, lor vutli 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. — 17 February 1872

WEEKLY AI mu (PI' r mrir THE ATLANTIC AND PAClEC E. E (I'roai the San Francisco Xews Letter. This railroad, which, for obvious and van ous reasons, is attracting great attention upon this coast, deserves a favorable consideration from the entire press west ot the Jtocky Mountains: First, for its being, when built, a' through Imc under one control, and itine pendent of parallel corporations ; 2d, it wIU be a road that we can depend upon the year through; 3d, it will regulate and give us a standard tariff for passengers and freight which will be more reliable than the mercu rial one that bobs up and down during every atonn, as on the present overland; 4th, it -will allow us to ride our southern country friends on a rail : 5th, it will subdue the .sav age Apache; Otfi, it don't want a destructi ble bridgo built at our expense across the lower portion of tho Jky. For, :is we under stand it, the A. and P. Road commences at St. Louis, in the State of Missouri, and ends at North Beach, in ...

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. — 24 February 1872

1 I'RKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MOIOTXG. FEBRUARY 24, 1872. WUCE25.rO X Ik. . I Miner. I Mfl LllLVifcJ UALUltUAl W.Ul, - ..AT. TT, YAVAPAr COUNTY, A1WC0VA, Jly .7. II. lAItlOX A Co. U -lSVAKIABLT ADVANCE. IT.nsO Rl PTIOK1: 'J no Year, Hit Months.. .. Tbr Moath,. .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 A D VTCRTIR1 -N"3: ire, one time, $3.00; each additional The Arizona ,r Sa i aiiOWoiul aqwwe, mme rate. ,urse w:llh the radians a posteriori thert - '1 ll8rnit wHl Wc wwle to porjioas eon- f) lnis Court cannot be loo cautious in de . sine adTCrtlataneut ltor three, sir, or ; dng when amJ to wll,.m it appHeg. j ' 1",lt T" , i MJ Throuffhout this whole case, the United ' V ' , ".:-r,rd i States hi ied on the ConKreional act oi r 1 .Tunc 30. 1834, (4 Stnts at LaiW 720). es- T 1 Print injr- r Iinhi: oftlce is wellsuppnd with I'rw, Y .-v and Orti:unHUl r.r. wid the pro vre tP'tcriicl to encewte all work with " t v may be favored in the nwitest and best oftl f.irt. , k tuw be ordered from anv twrt of the v -...

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. — 24 February 1872

1 WEEKLY ARIZONA MliNM: TMSW1T, jmiiuaiu z, xo. -w- --v --v TT I 111 (11 Til. 1 F i t JPi-escott, A-rdsebria. fjjf Extra cwjdw of lh MIXER (put up In wrapper, j in wrapper, i.w at thr ready tx malting, when detirr-d), alwajr on o&tc. MiBturaa itreet Price 5 cnt a copy. ' THE INDIANS. Ourirroprcssiblesavage foes have been very active during the. past ten or twelve days. Their first move was the killing of some rattle belonging to Messrs, Campbell & Baker, at a point on the Verde River, not far from Cbino Valley. Shortly after thin bad break of thrirs; n large party of warrior paid their re pect to the head of Hassayampa Creek, distant about nine miles from Prescott, where, although they succeeded in stealing five animals the property of C. Da via, It. W. Groom and one other man, they paid dearly for them, as Mr. Davis shot two of tltc Ravages dead and ! wounded another one. Tho day previous to this occurrence, Mr, Davis was out in the woods, bunting deer, and while doing so, ...

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. — 24 February 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MGfER: KCOTI, FEBRUARY" 24,. 1872, . . . -..i i.r,.t.t r irni " J rr m r I ' NTJVS, PERSONAL, ETC. ,J .. . n, left for California by last Satur stige. r,el O Heirac and Llenlm Ehtteia, ef I) :e Crock, arc still at Fort Whipple on . nidi duty. t t u and family hare gone to Camp Ver IirVmaiiy friends rcgrrt Hi abgatice (.; !. and Preseott very ii,aeh, , owing . ' disposition, he was as goo-,1 a tin ., circoe, theatre, and opera troupe ft '.;pt place at Fort Wiripptc, is uow v. t)i. liooiic. Wtterrille, of IXualpai, fe a member of ! martial now Utiiig at Port Whipple. ur-' jentleman named Crook, who is said a - rughly educated niltiet dogit aud . r La arrived here, with Uie vleWj we KiBratftomc of the mines iu th I lie gentleman in question Is, v,is be w of Genera) Crook. II . wmc via i'-'riet, and Is well pleacd with several ii it- r Brothers left for their homed In the J ..- tixy laat, after Uavtw: diuoed of tiie ' ' i-.ir deceased brother, II. M Curry. -- :s buMitefts...

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. — 24 February 1872

gAIHZQIIMR: PRESCOTT, FEBRUARY 24, 1872. PRESCOTT. EHUENBERG. ijri jBKESpOTTT Wallapai Ores. CALENDAR. i i met 18C4. 4$ Ett BEX. 1IE.NT. J wast to be on lodtair. An AniTwbofltrfUWf Tm tired of WW Ami awpreteeted brute . j yrint to be n Indian, vt Government; It's the Mggest thin; in America, Except tbe Frcsl-Dest. y j t CIIOEL'K. With A whoop and a howl ami ft horrible yell, I'm a Government agent for filling up Hull. jf. I nnt to be as Indian, - A "warrior of the plalni ; w - I want to wield a tomahawk., JE. t' Ab4 scoop out people' brain r I wanf f build a caui-fire, f. On a htnnan being's If And watch lib writhe 5onJ'' With a "noble tttruge " vtA. f A CllOBL's With a wboop and a howl, tUu I xrnnt to be an Indian. With "tH. commanding form, 'And a lrmr IJ. 8. blanket To protect me from the storm ; 1 want to he an Indian, Add fearn the scalping art. And then dear Vincent Colyer - Hid come and take my part. f!fJClKBl-rWitb. a whoop and a howl, etc. I want to be an Indian, And beg. a...

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 March 1872

4 MINER. I ME IX---XLMBER 9. l'RESGOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORXIXG, MARCH 2, 1872. i i PRICE 25 CENTS: The Ai'i!n Miner. IO'S ORIGIN. IT.- i nmirnhi UAntttn. 1 i-i'-- iiut:iii"(;iicu lmm OUT I'aCHIC . ' - ! ....... .. .iin,uui.cv, Jlllirv Uitu Willi" ...at ... ashore on m- of the Ldands of Alaskn, with . vioipai noitVTT a mm I tbree livit,--lapancse onboard. The vessel .Ml. , , , , , , , . i wrii yiM iicu in ;i Murin on .janan. aim j bad-drifted two thousand five hundred miles in nine months, twentv-thrce of the crew pemhinj: fnur. hunger and exposure. This striking oc m rence is bv no means unprirul- it. . . ?aet.TrUtt !: 7 00 r the nunith of the Columbia river, in Or- 4 00 ; fon- It 'i i'! a cargo of rice, and the. crew 3t 80 i consequent ' v 'iad enough to cat, though their 25 ! only arms, w i5 water from occasional rams. fiw mrr ces assist greatly in explaining wow Anv. : was peopled a question vcrv ti:-. : ' our ancestors, though great geo- Ear-ft diIltioH.U Mvnrr. mric rate. jT...

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 March 1872

tn WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PKESCOTT, MARCH 2, 1872. 1. fee r7ClM mpfr of Ui MrSEE (ptit up In wrapper, rJdTfer d!rwl), always on tand at Ul U&ce, Jfonfnra gtreet. price 25 cenU a copy. iflNES AND MINING. We feci so joyful over the brilliant pros pect which now present itself to our miner, tw ;t ; wilh difficulty wb can write, much less select phfascs which will relieve our mind of Us superabundant hope and cheerfulness, i Cod in His mercy has heard the prayers of ! oftiU Territory, and, at tM.j iting. Wednesday evening, the mountain ranges south of Prescott, in which our quartz and placer mines are located, hold, on their eurfaco, between three and four feet of snow, and it is snowing as we write I Now, this is a boon, a blessing, for which our people have long prayed, and for which, no matter what ethers may do, tec must sincerely thank the Great Jehovah thc good, just and benign Ruler of thc Universe ! For nearly three years have our people had to bear up against drouth, hostile...

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