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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 6 April 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 6, 1872. r-"T i Til nr , i.li avam Jr- All rook' Day. r ' people" was game which was rilly indulged in bj our joker-, ,-r, atw! we would not bUme Ju'ljro : U'ornwwr and other well-known ; a hose expense roars of lauphtu f. were tby to cow-hide how of , j: rry wanted some egs earh in n ' - gnK i110 the fitore ' iJtifVtnn, "Billy" had jui lifte u . .m. ruber be offered to bell at a r - The .Judge took tin; "tarin." ' utation of BiihY wt iit imm uuyn UUI,U in legal manner, ana wo do hope Tompkins1, to have" little henry ,sot US next to plenty of rain, we yearn for iiL The shcrrv pound unclouded Government titles to our real es--T parted in the center, when, f little though it be. - disgust it was found nurd as a ; Uupbtcr that ensued was stoppotHrj "OOtt Appointment. .'..s jwtion in throwing one of th; n-n fruit at Billy, which, striking , Tlje Mixer believes that the appointment I I , us on the breast, slsghtly bespat- ..(, tiice-fltting apparel....

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 April 1872

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 6, 1872. If i .1 191 32k '5 8s Odd Pellowship Proclamation of Grand Master Hill. The folloTHnp; proclamation has Been issued by William II. Hill, Grand Master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the State of California: Sacramento, March 12, 1872. To all the Ixxlgos in this Jurisdiction: The anniversary of the establishment of oar beloved Order in the United States of America will acain occur on Friday, April 20, 1872. The Grand Lodge of the United State ha3 recommended that the anniversary be always observed with appropriate services and cere monies. 31ost heartily do I concur in that recomendationv For more than half a century has Odd Fellowship done its good and noble work in our land. Thousands and hundreds of thousands have felt its benign influences. Mans-are now enfovincr its benefits and its loving and brotherly care. No one has been made worse by its teachings or it work. Every State in the Union is blessed with Odd Fellowship 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. — 13 April 1872

..'If r SKLY MINER. VOLUME TX--NO. 15. FRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1SG4. ' ! i 1 MM p binned every Saturday Morning, AT PKBSCOTT, itll CvHHttj Aruomi Territory, fyJQHH H. MASI09 4 Co. :fP,!-INVARlABLY IN ADVANCE. " , , r One Tear , $7 00 ' ri Month.. 4 00 'i hnw on tb. .. 2 50 ;.pii 25 A.T VXt'I?IS I STO : , (,i,r', one time, $3.00; ear!, additional t $ v Eaeh additional aqur-, n rac rate. .recount will be mad to jiersous con ., mrue adverUacmcot for three, six, or vthi. ' - . .m) Md banineM earde inserted upon A; . .'ot AdnrifeMUfttoi Trill not inserted is j! t 't..! after Shej Aall aaw boen pud for. .T o b I3 riuting. ' .hk office U well supplied with Presses, t and OrnMiicntel Tyi. and the pro .t, .l tewnled to execute all work with U Ufr.ira.t in f Iia vlt Aut ftnrl hisl. ,.!v be ordered from anj- part ol the - t i 1. 1. t .ii!l, wfcfcn aceotnpaoicu wuu inc cusu, l p roinptl)' executed and sent by mail, or . -1 ' ending tis money for subscrip...

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 April 1872

'V tl r WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 13, 1872. J 11- 8!' JPi-escott, Arizona. WEATHER, FAMING, PROS PECTS, ETC. Last week wc chronicled the fall of several light showers of rain, hail and snow, and this week it becomes our pleasing duty to inform everybody and his better half, that this sec tion of Arizona was, on Saturday last, pretty well saturated with water, both in the lorm of rain nnd snow. It commenced to rain very early on the morning named ; the rain .soon resolved itself into snow which descend ed very rapidly, and, a great portion, of the time, in large flakes which melted almost as soon as they reached the ground, and gave the thirsty earth such a thorough wet ting as it has not had before in three years. Previous to this generous letting down, tin 6ky had for many days and nights been ob Kcured by largo schools of clouds, which held their general position in spite of every effort of strong-minded southerly wind storms to dispel and drive them nrthward Now, alt...

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 April 1872

ft, - III a a .1 a a 7 ---r- i - . - - - - - - -. PRESCOTT, APKIL 13, 1872. tiflUftiP'T V 0 3 !a For Wfcllapni. and Mr. C. A. Luke, fr Nii'ent, i J'r:er, Adam Scott and . li. Davis living wto-Uy for the ah A nanicd district. , I ute od irif intend to visit San ;-r,cco prevwo to to returning to ires Gnwrti Crook. (je9. Crook aeconpsmied by his aide, vc-e.aat H ork, 34 Cv nrl a smnll es 'uftr suited tor Catnp McDowell VrJny morning, hy the trail- JFicsPUoe. E Bcrr has reoen Uj made several , j imir.vetDenU l his piace the old , ite ou Granite Creek. He has al and broken a good ihariy patehes -.1- Sal of Ifnrnitaro. 1 ... bsr ixtare, furniture, etc., belonging i,. J,:,:j S iiafer, will be offered for sak, rjiv next, at 10 o'clock a. in., as per ad- ivment in another column. Disgraceful Proceedings. n.r nltcntiou has oeen culled to the bad two brother, who live near this . r;.. '.n-1 rbo. Saturday last, while under ...... wSueiice of spiritnoug liquor?, behaved a!!; that sheriff IJeban ...

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 April 1872

"1 11 Nil 1 5 1 1 Is . i Wkm. THE, CENTLE APACHE. Jijor-GeneralHoward's Mission to Arizona. THE CITIZENS oTaHIZONA TO BE PROTECTED. General Howard the Confidential Agent of the Government to Settle the Arizona - Huddle. From Iho S. F. Chronicle, March 23. Major-General 0. 0. Howard, one of tlc most distinguished Genrals who contributed to the triumph of the Union arms during the late rebellion, areived in this city on Thurs day night, as tuc accreoiieu agent oi int. United States government, to proceed to Arizona and examine into affairs there, and report the result of his observations to the United State authorities at Washington. The peace policy of Vincent Colyer hai gen erally been disapproved on tins coast, and a cood deal of blame has been attached to the Government for not pursuing a more rigorous policy toward the Apaches in Arizona Terri tory. General Howard arrived here on Thursday evening and a representative of the Chronicle was directed to interview him at his rooms at ...

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 April 1872

K.LY MINER. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1S64. volume ix--xo. i ip ?-:Jihed every Saturday Morn.ng, .. .at ... !RESCOTT, , (' nnty, Arizona Territory, By JOHN H. MARION & Co. TFV1 ISYAK1ABLY IN ADVANCE. . - H U SeO R.O"XIOIvr : -wYnr $7 00 " Month 4 00 lhn-MonU 2 50 . ...... 25 A DVJB IV PI B I one time, 53.00; each ArirtHlon.il K-icb additional square, "Anf rite. r n r I omit wtil i maw to jic'icm co i t s -mnc Advertisement for three, ix, or r? -f . :aI and basiuea eardd Inserted upt n 'y Zr . -Hi AdwrtiAsieate will not he inserted in tupKT tor tkqr aaU kavt been paid for. .T o b lariating-. -- v ofllec 1 well npiHul with rrepf,i , and Ornamental Tyjks, and th: pn - 'I. t.-rminod to execute U work h il l; , i iv tie lavored in the ueatcji and l't'-L art. v l ordered from any pari of tin .. i, wtMtn Accompanied with the i-!i, ui.tlr executed wal sent by mail, or y fiilinp o money for subscrij-iicm, - ;.) work, may forward it by mail, . it tbi...

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 April 1872

d WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 20, 1872, i i -1 if 1 1. 1 11 ' M4 - iuir JPx-escott5 Arizona. RAILROAD NEWS. While scanning our exchanges we are ever on the alert for news concerning the railroads, which sooner or later arc to cross Arizona snnlgive us; communication with the outside world. Though there is a scarcity of items on tbo subject, just now, wo condense from California, Missouri and Colorado papers, omc articles amounting in substance to the following: At a meeting of tho St. Louis Board of Trade, February 26, resolutions were adopted risking Congress to remove existing obstacles to tho progress of work on tho Atlantic & Pacific, t. e. the 35th parallel railroad, and the Mayor and Common Council of St. Louis were requested to appoint a committee to act in concert with the Board of Trade, in communicating with tho authorities of New Mexico, Arizona, California and San Fran cisco, for securing their co-operation to the samo end. As wo understand the case, the 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. — 20 April 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 20, 1872. Arizona. EECENT APACHE DEPREDATIONS. Thursday of last week, a party of Apaches visited the Bradshaw region, (which lies in the mountains, about 40 miles south of Pres- cott), and wucceeded in driving away eleven head of mules, the property of TVm. Sim mons, and a valuable jack, belonging to Geo Hogle. They also paid their respects to Min nehaha Flat, from which place they stole more mules. This is the second time, within a year, that they have robbed 3Ir. Simmons, and he is now "down to the bed-rock." Owing to his loss, the Tiger Mining Com pany are unable to ship any more ore, as his was the only pack-train in the district. Next morning (Friday) as Pierce Dorgan was engaged looking for the stolen mules, he was confronted by about 40 Indians, who tried their best to kill him, but, being well armed, he fired about 14 shots and succeeded in making his escape. He was wounded in the left nrm. He thinks he " hurt" a good many Indians. As s...

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 April 1872

is. WEEKLY iAEIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 20, 1872. The Becent Talk With CacMse From the Daily New Mexican. March 30. w ltaco Tipon farnrfd br Col. Pone, Su perintendent of Indian? lor New Mexico, with tbe following report of the recent "talk had with the noted Apache chief, Cacbise, near Canada Alamosa, by Col. Pope and Gen. Granger, commanding this Military District, a reported by Dr. II. S. Turrill of Fort Craig: , T , CoL Pope. Since I hare been here I have ?ecnthe Great Father in Washington; he was very much pleased at what I told him and be baa sent yon a letter. I told him that Cacbise gave his word that he was in good faith and that he would keep his word and that be could believe him. He gave me thi to give you, it is from the great father at Washington. (Gives him a letter.) CachUe. The lied is not good. Poe. At Washington they did not know that. (They tear the red string.) CadiUe. That is all good ; I want to talk straight and one at a time. Pope. I have not much to say...

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 April 1872

til H n 4 MINER. VOLUME IX--S0. 17. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1872. : ESTABLISHED mi. c IS .... PabUihed every Saturday Morning, .... T ... . v rty Arizona Territory, JOHN H. MAEION & Co. RM;s IXYAKIABLY IX ADVANCE .r VlT hh- Te S700 ' ..' ;,s Moaft 4 00 I . ThMoBta 2 50 (2, r (.-ipHW, 25 AD V K RTISTSST G: -i,, usrc, one time, $3X0; each ndditlonn! .! .' vi Ea:h additional square, wine rat'. K ,i,-ru dlseootit he twule to persons con r the amc dvUsement for three, six, or ffr fflntb. jvMi.nal and business card inserted upon u-.raw. ; Irwrisst Aimtfawti will not b intnr'M !a ' .11 ... klt Lbm nwi f.- lUm." Job Frintinff. -af MtBii o'Hc Is well sjitpnliifd with Presses, i , t) and OnuwneitUi Type, and the prs- d.rerodiied U L-::ecnt all work -with 'm,, ; i. , may be tavored in the ueateat and Wl -'the art. mty be ordered from any part of th - -1. -v. and, wheu accompanied xlth the cash, ; t promptly executed and sent by mnil, or &. i ' cjt'L -r. m1 "cndln...

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 April 1872

C V V P i 4 5 5 i r 1. if I I f 111 Wk mini. Prevcott. jViriasonxL. THE LATEST ATEOCITIES.I CJontinuatioa of lie Blbo3y last. Three Men ZJUed, one Wounded. c-c. fUm P. ClacTi. formerlr of Texas, lately , u farmer in AVilHamson Tulley, came to Prcv. 1.t.wn,.. mid left town on bis return j ., T,.rir ili,. lGtb iiwt- Afcbe did not reacb iiome at tie lltne appointed, bis part- jier startod out in search of him, and bud the melancholy satisfaction or finding bis dead WJv about one mile north of Mint Valley. Dr. 'fanner, Indian Superintendent at the Colorado Kebervation, baw the body at 31 kit Valley on Wednesday last, and euj there vas one i-bot between tbe eyes and two in tbe brejiet. Tbe body was not mangled or btriped. V. A. Stepbenfi, E. A- Copeland and otbere, arrived in town Tuebda', from the Verde Valley, and report that on Saturday, the 20tb infcL, J. Callugbau was atUicked by lndiann on Beaver Creek j that be bad a bard light and killed two Indians, but nearly lost bis life. He ...

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. — 27 April 1872

I IK'?' WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : RRESCOTT, APRIL 27, 1872. .1 1! 1' ' - -J ii .,1111.11 III I' I I Xri;fot Arizona. LOCAL ITE2SS. SRXiOKT TBAIHS. ; . .'hi train f Dr. W. W. Jooes aUrtril . a-Tg Monday loorniog last. It tool: ; cr, shinlcis etc i.t Br' ox-traht Is mill cngagi-l ihr to tli military pott in tbi m -i -i 'mx. It next trip will fee to Cam -1 i I Beak- Hpring- A few of the Icarus ... i ir WalUpoi District wiUt lumber for ,. : wulek Metm. Cory it I'ottt will , . retted. mnnt train It U11 banting lambur vcrnmotit mill to Fort Whipple, and . .. tj.!h are jneltiitg ahht-flea to Camp . r'l! and other outbm post. Jake Miller's freight tram U scattered Tbrec of the. wagons are on tlnir .ioai KUreuberir, with good for toic- s . il otbr: one wj,mid hat gone to (Jump , v. i:b good for Government, and two . n m mute to J&ut Phceitix, Maricopa .ih gowk, for W. B. I idlings fc Co. ,r,. train left town Tttawtay eveniu";, nh-n with lumber, uiugt, etc., for Salt . ,.:y. c in the h Angct...

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 April 1872

. WEEKLYARIZONA MINER : PBESCOTT, APE1X 27, 1872. a PRESCOTT. PRESCOTT. U. S. GOVERNMENT. 1'KESCOTT. EHRENBERG. 1 r r SlV IK i 1 Iff! JPrescott, Arizona. HOMESTEADS FOE SOLDIERS. Pull Text of an Act Passed by Congress The Soldier's Term of Service to Count in the-Time Required to Perfect Hie Title Following is the full textof the Act recent ly passed by Congress. According to its pro visions nn agent may enter the land for the Kfl(l!fr. This nrnvi.sion is nut in to avoid the requirement that each man shall go himself for the first six months. A fter tim nine uauu man is required to settle and cultivate for himself. The following is the full text of the Bill: Be it enacted, etc, That every private soldier and otticer who Imsscrvcd in the army of the United States durrng the recent rebelion for ninety days or more, and who was honorably discharged, and has remained loyal to the Government, including the troops mustered into the service ol tlie united btatcs by vir tue of the third sec...

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. — 4 May 1872

"HUf.. if 1 MINER; PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1SG4. patched erery Saturday Morning, AT dami; Arizona Territory, ' 3y JOIC? K. MARION & Co. fgggS-J.mKIABLT IN ADVANCE. Cor;. One Year,. . Sit Month. $7 00 4 00 j Three Months, 2 50 ; 25 ... one ttm 3.1)0: each additioiiil i V Each aiawfMiai "Mjuare, name raic. ( nl dipant will h mad t persons con 1- ! .. t:i- taiae ad vtrti: incut for throw, ix, or twnUif. enai ml basiu&H card Inserted upon ' rrrrti kkmtomaM wffl aot ls iaertedi i4w urtQ tiUT V k1 14 i Job J? i- i ii t i xi f - tn t,.fr often Is '-M MjpplM with Vn . 1,,I,U u giaHt soiuier ann, uiscrcct ieaer oi ! fau ad Oniauwnwl Type, and the m- i troops, he js specially well adapted to accom-sr.- d tcrmJ'.ied to execute all work wii , plish the important and arduous mission to r ,,i',TnnybcUvorediu the neatoat and Wi ! which, les3 than a year ago, he was assigned ,f ,f t ie UU ' hv tllfi rnr Dfn:irtmnnt hv rxnenn nf onnli n niy be ordnvd fro...

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. — 4 May 1872

V 7 1 1 , i - - - - i- " - X'i'eHCotI Arizona. MINES AND MINING. Tlic coming of long days and warm weath er, or something else, has caused miner and prospectors in this vicinity to display consid erable energy, as, scarcely a day puse that a party (sometimes parties) of men may not be seen wending their way to the mountains, ; "in search of shining gold" and silver principally the latter. The news from the several districts in this (Yavapai) county, U quite cheering. Messrs. DcLand and Irvin, who have recently re turned from looking at the principal lodes of Tiger, Pine Grove and Hassayampa Districts, express themselves delighted with what they aw in all of thoso district. Indeed, Mr. DcLand says he has at last found another Gold Hill country, in the section that bears the Tiger, Benton and other lodes. He also thinks well of the Del Pasco company' ledg es, in Pine Grove District, and well be may, as a letter from the Superintendent T. W. "Brooks, states that at a depth of over 00 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. — 4 May 1872

H,,l.lllHffl'll ' ' ' WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, MAY 4, 1872. 315 CAREFUL. Mt rioter b drjTorj dry. Grass ( beam, -tii-t "fruit" heretofore playfully allu . ,r wa oon l 13 SWBe coadtlloa, ; (U.d tQ M Ariaon Strawberries. But m,,.. . ou!d, therefore, wr all cittets to i list ID" prcma 3 ir, ,H mC ,, ,,r valiejs, m anywhere, as all r i it does a country no good to char Hi in tbf devourmg element. 3. uMer baa set In, a great deal of , t w be done. In the woods ; fire " ,-, be lighted, and, as has been the i .owed to spread and sweep over the uoit-M persons building them exercise - r sbd caution. jijvc .'iitle doubt that lo the custom in rogtie f t e Indians of oettlag fire to the timbor . ..... ... a A -i. 1 - I i fc. o that ther may tic ilic better enabid -,Uvtne portions of the Territory, and t ; : drovtb, which, for the past three ' -cu utmost as dt pressing upon our hi :,i t iicrgj- the gtierrllla war that 1ms . . t igafntt u by tbe Apaches. Trees , , j Urct clouds; clouds so...

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. — 4 May 1872

WEEKLT ARIZONA MINER : PRESC0T1V MAY '4; 1872. i; it c . - : ; ' 1 jfrescott3 Arizona. fche Comstock Mines. IFrem tBeYIrginto City Enterprise, April 12- It is needless to inform our home readers that we nre in the midst of one of the most profound stock excitements ever expenenceu in this state. Ever since the mighty devel opments in the Crown Point and Be chcr , a few months ago, the tendency of all stocks along the line of the Comstock has been up ward, and during the past five or six weeks, they havcadvanced in the aggregate fully thir ty percent. These stocks seem to be lngh to-day; but the impression is that many of them are destined to reach largely advanced fi"urcs, and capital in California and Nevada isftcckin" investment in them at the rate of millions of dollars daily. There is something almost bewildering in the magnitude of oper ations in "Washoe stocks to-day; and what renders these operations the more remarkable is, that they arc based upon the supposition of absolute...

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. — 11 May 1872

( f KLY OLUME ES-NO. 10. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORKCSG, MAY 11, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1864, tHS MINSK is r. shed every Saturday Morning, .... AT .... Cok Aroma Territory, iy JOHff K. KA3I0N & Go. .IXVAKUBLY IN ADVAXCK. 7 On Tear fit Math. TkfM Mentis, .$700 . 4 00 . 2 50 rpi', AJD Vn IV P I P I ..uirf. one time, f8.00: each addition il .i). Kwrn aaaiuonni failure, wure rate. ,1 firoont wU5 be md to persons con-j :t- muni' wiv iunuKutivi miivtc, ui in m th s. .....mal and business cartbs inaeried pon t-uiit A4rtiiCTinU will aot hi iatoriwd la :itu Afler ttej sama un dmb pufl bk, .f o b Prin t i n g . ',,e m ! sf.h office Is well supplied with I'ro, . r . r and Ornamental Type, and the pro- mre determined to cnecule all work "Willi ' i, v iniy be favored fo the neatest and beta . !lir art. r ( imv lc ordered from ary part of the . , .ni, when KCt-otM panted witli the cash, r Miiptlj executed wad sent by mail, or - .iv iwndln ti money for sntMcription, or job work, may forward it...

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. — 11 May 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MAY 11, 1872. k JPjrescott, .Arizona. THE INDIAN QUESTION AGAIN General 0. 0. Howard ia now at Fort Whipple, almost within gun-shot of Prescott, "We arc glad that he is eo situated. He has been sent to this Territory for the avowed purpose of learning how good and how tame the Apaches are, and we presume, he has, ere this, learned sufficient about them to con vince him they are not the Saints V. Uolyer painted them. If General Howard has not done so, it has not been the fault of the Apaches, for ever sinco his arrival here, they have been playing the old Harry with our fellow-citizens killing some and robbing others. And the end is not yet. General Howard, we understand, prides himself upon being a truthful, honest Chris tian soldier and gentleman. So much the bet ter for us then. He certainly will tell the truth about matters and things here. That will be good for us. Colyer was not a gen tleman and could well afFord to lie. He did lie, outrageously,...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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