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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 May 1872

jrcscoii, Arizoi 1a. Public Speaking. ,rf beea requested to slate t 9 E Set K l. Smith, anc5 . ""!r-ttbutrdvert'nln2r' 11 : ' '"; .L town f Pnscott, u.f t i 'cneral O. . ips other Prescott he Court i points at - rdcr, and CuK upon one side and wiv , Jr ji.n Kitr frlids upon the : ' Indians other side Personal, Etc. M4f r h 8" to cinP Verie to attend to Uuz aaWhnt of (.'. l Irad & Co., a for whiek Josqb poiacsec apedal qual- ' a HBhg :lM r 'n,,b arrived hero Ftrt rtwni. Riw valley, early the '"" , , Mr. II. bM recently returned " '.a FrMctacu. Mr. 0. has, sit.re leaving !'V'rriwrf, couple of years a;o, visited ! Vrioiaaad aercral other States. Wo like 'V, utiecii wcre of cof, pleased at John A- Rah Ptnrld for Phu-nix, last i,, attend tbe scim of the District Court. Cnrtte, of tltc Benjamin Mining Compa. 2oe to 8au Francisco, on business lor . . uij-any- A Ih;Unl, of jpwd mining notoriety, has gone , 1 1 611 Frujciaco. The company of which v D Uad k a member will, we think, soon ,...

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. — 11 May 1872

JPrcscott Arizona. HOW (HJNPOWDEB, IS MADE. A House Where Men Never Iaugh. How do you think you would like to Hvp, fearing every moment to be blown up; not daring to speak loud or jar anything, for fear of starting an explosion that would send you in an instant to the other world. Y?u don't think it would be very pleas ant? Well, it isn't; yet hundreds of men live just in that state, work, receive pay and live, year after year, in the very sight of death, as it were, that all the world may have gunpowder. You can easily guess that those men go alxwt very quietly, and never laugh. You know that gunpowder is very danger ous in a gun, or near a fire, but perhaps you don't know that it is equally dangerous all through the process of making. A powder mill is a fearful place to visit, and strangers arc very seldom allowed to go into one. They are built far from town, in the wood., and each branch of work is done in a sepe rate building. These houses are quite a dis tance from each other, ...

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. — 18 May 1872

i V r ' Hi ififtiMIHIfcL-l J8S1 a TOLWIE K--XO. 20. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING-, MAY IS, IS72. ESTABLISHED 1864. jriJC - ....is ji story Saturday Morning, it .... p;Rli:SCOrrrr, V,gn(y Arizona Territory, 3yJt5fiNH. MABION & Co. VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION: "cs. tf.inth 4 00 Thw WoaUw 2 50 25 A.D V V. RT1STNG-: wtawire. on time. 1.00; eaelt .iiMitioii.il 7f!- r' dHtiotinl lrc, same rnlr. .yml dlttonnt will He made to persons eon 'j'r the Mtie ntlrvrtirMH'-nt for three, six, or ',, cwtba. Notion! and basines cards inserted hjhjh wontlile term. .j-flmittt Adwrttowwat" will not fee iatertod in yjM utfl after tkey riwil aT b pW for. job Pi-in tin 2f. Tee MryCR oH i wpII supplied with I'rnssc, it Fncj and OrnanwtiUil Tyjc. ami tlm pro. .- ior .w (l-UTifK'd to c-ccuir 11 work with i'vSit'.': !'! tavorcd in the uenUagt niul best ,r; av lc ordered from any iurt of the : ' when accompanied with the wish, iromtlr executed mid Miit by innH, or ; fV'l. mm- undine it money for ...

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. — 18 May 1872

I F,1 ff a I- h t! en 1 it Ik S! r JPresccrtt, Arizona. THE APACHES. EECEHT MUEDERS AND EOBBERIES. Since our last, news of the following crimes committed by Apaches, have come to hand: April 20, a Mexican, while herding stock near Camp, Crittenden, in Pima county, was murdered by Indians, who, after committing the bloody deed, ran on" eight head of work cattle. April 27, Indians attacked the house of John Whitehead, (situate within 8 miles of Crittenden), killed him and wounded his wife, who, running for dear life, reached the house of a neighbor just a little ahead of the Apaches. Friday of last week, some savages visited Upper Hassayarapa Creek, about 8 miles from Prcscott, and drove off four head of work cattle belonging to C. Davis, who, with another white man, took the trail of the thieves and followed it as far as the head of Grapevine creek, in Big Bug District, when, from numerous Indian tracks and other indi cations, thev became convinced that Indians were quite plenty in t...

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. — 18 May 1872

WEEKLY IZQNA- MINER : PRESCOTT0IIaY 118, 'Mm. lb ' III V t.1 it Of K , "U. i!br Sl at! -t mt -liT i Sw Xr Stmotar.ns. -f-.nd that wareliouac, workshop i a , w, I ?on be erected at Fort Whipple, 5!N - from Uw QwrtffiiiMter of the Dr J.J. Daua. Seven structure arc nil of wbkrh arc to Ik e loed Uy a . inxk-n tmtx. Gidron Cornell ha md will, i course, see that good -t- Sited Him. f -.iai that C. B. Jenttttpr 1ms eacd - S ' f O'Sdroc, U. tk Ai, or.nrditir k, for forty odd dollars, whlc a lUtm U n. ewes mut lor rwitatiH; j ! then, mlpi; be UTHirti i email . , ! though Otwrk-y gaye hhs iuur- re. Hio Verde. tens from M. K. Lerty and other liartl- iiiir of the Verdu rlrnr, inform a . .i fx M were looking slcTidi(l. r I v Williamson Valley. -f'rtnm f Williamson Valley arein good prospect ahead of theni for raising ins var. Assessing. rs,f T, J. II. Buiian, just rdUirnud , VJI'V, from ati aMMit tour. lower Grajtite Creek. - is up on .Meaars. Vlt'kors aiK. Cwrtil' i (,. -). C. Gary, C. T. Kiera...

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. — 18 May 1872

MAX ii n i J It ? i - xr nr v. lew - a aH KaaW" , .BaaaaaaBBBBitaV. filteP III raw. JPxescott5 Arizona. The Indian in the IT. S. Senate. (From Washington Correspondence Saeramento; rteeord-J Washington (D. C), April 17, 1872. After tbe close of my lust letter, quite an interesting debate sprang up in the Senate while the Indian appropration bill was under consideration, on an amendment offered by Mr. Morrill, of Maine, in words as follows: If any person other than an Indian or per son incorporated into the Indian tribes by treaty stipulation, shall knowingly and will fully settle upon lands holdcn by any Indian or Indian tribe by treaties or other title from the United States, or attempt to occupy or hold any portion of said lands, or to reside within the limits of said lands or territory without authority or license from the United States, he shall bo deemed guilty of a misde meanor, and forever after incompetent to ac ouire title to such lands, and be liable upon indictment in any...

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 May 1872

Mil 1 If MINEKI WEEKLY r -41 VOLUME K-0. 21. PBESCOTT, ARIZOXA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1SG4. ....is...- -wAiiAed every Saturday Morning, jUu AT r County Arizona Territory, 3yJ0HNH.MABION&Co. TRMSiyVAKlABLY IN ADVANCE. tnkc stock in any such enterprise, and as all the subsidies granted to the Central Pacific road are a dead loss, and have worked against the interest of the city, it is a doubtful policy to give more in that way. It is claimed that the immense donations made to the ftantni Pacific Comyany have been gobbled up by a inuiviaua s : mat LETTER FROM LOS ANGELES. owfe::::::::::::::::$loo ; Three Months 2 50 Copta"" 'm''"t ADVKBTISTXG: u. .nuarc one time, $3.00; each additional i Each additional square, same rate. TJlbcraUiJConnt will lie made to -persons con JJa the "mc advertisciuent for three, six, or ' P rcJilonal and business cards inserted upon yonifclc terras. rylraMient Advertisements -Brill not bo inserted in 0??t: nta ft they shall lma boen p...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 25 May 1872

pjljjlgjjj MWBg ' ' I . EKLY AEIZONA MINER: PEESCOTT, MAY 25, 1872. PrescottArizona. The Nominations of the Cincin natti Convention, Horace Grecly was nominated for President and B. Gratz Brown for Vice President, by the Liberal republican Convention. The San Francisco Bulletin gives these items concerning tbe two men. Grcely was born at Amberst New Hamp shire, February 3d, 1811. Attended school winters and worked on his father's farm in summers during his boyhood. Tn 182G he entered the oflice of the NorUtern Spectator at East Poulteney, Vermont. He left there nd went to New York City in 1831, work d s journeyman printer for fourteen months, unci from that time to 1841, was engaged as part ner or editor in the publication successively of the Morning Post, Kew Yorker, Jeffersoninn nnd Log Cabin. In 1841, he started the Neic York Tribune and has been associated with it every since, and from it has accumulated a respectable fortune. He was in Congress in 1848-49 as representative from...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 25 May 1872

1 WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, MAT 25, 1872. A. Tizort n tiQIAK THIEVES CAUGHT rwas created in town on Tuesday a Dn O'Lcary brought the news into , t piaulitiK" of fonr Indinn tliicvc6. ' fC jearucd that sornethnc during Sat- '"; 3jay 18, Itidiiuis stole lour mules chof 8. U. Rouen, only three or ", A njm from Camp Hualpai. .Mr. Rogers .ael Mason, commander of the Post, ninj.', aud nt half past nine o'clock, .' red in pursuit of the thieves, i was uudcr eointnaiid of 1st Sergeant !C Troop, Filtlt Cavalry, with Sergt. " 'orporais (Jreery and Lynch, private McCnc, Campbell, Collom, Coe, "'WaUy: citizens, Ed. Clark, Chne. Jonajfau, aud Dau. O Leary, ibe post d tbcm, from the ranch, in a north u eight or ten miles, then in a north Jtom Chino Valley. On entering the . . ut Stauffer ordered u faster move " -; command pushed their horses for .t breaking a lope lor llfteen miles. ." -i" the mesa ca&t of Chino, the trail ast towards Red Rocks, and crossd ... out one mile above the up...

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 May 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, MAY 25, 1872. t Prescott, Arizona. NEW RAILROAD LAND RES-; ERVAT1W. j Tim ArTnlif .inrl Pacific RailrCKul Coin-'. 1 i . u.MntAaJ ftiaii- cnrnr5 nil I the Pacific end of the route. The road is definitely located from San Francisco to San Miguel Mission on the border of San Luis Obispo county. For the greater part of this distance it h substantially a coast road. The contour of the coast is closely followed until the line passes around 3Ionterey Bar. Thence southward the line bears away from the coast fifteen miles or more until San Miguel Mission is intersected. It appears that a plat of this location was filed in the General Land Office at Washington on the 12th day of March last, and a dnplicate show ing the line of the road, together with a map defining the 20-mile reservation of pub lic land, wa3 filed in the Lmd Office in this city to-day, together with the following let ter; Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Washington, D. C, Apri...

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. — 1 June 1872

If- T, WEEKLY MINER. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1S64. L L r r it 1 ...is Fa ; fjed every Saturday Morning, AT t -RESCOTT, County, Arizona Territory, ;,y ;0HN H. MARION & Co. FSM--ISVA1UABLY IN ADVANCE. SUJlC RIPTIOT: )ne Ycur. Six Months Three Mouth? vf, ..$700 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 ( v A.T) VKRTISIXG: c. one time, 5.0A: cncli additional t; Each ndditlonal etucc, same rate. " : !icount will be made to persons con 4.. , ! same advertisement for three, six, or -'Im. ,,,'. .-i -uil and liusincss cards inserted upon , 'Tr-.-.jat AdTartisamenta will not bo iasertsdis . ! ti m. i it,. eli11 tia kfl.-in 1j1 fnv . V U aiWJi iuau biio ltj-ju kwu twit .Tol I? 1 in. ting". Ti l V -in: office is well supplii-d with Presses, c r and Ornamental Types, and the pro r. ,r- determined to c:;eeutc all Avork with j! , , n:iy he favored in Uie nvitest and best .. n v art. .r ii nriliTpd from flnv nart of the jrtr; y :, -..id, when accompanied T.ith the cash, tt 't'. : ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 1 June 1872

v , JPi-escott, Arizona. Don't Believe It. While firmly believing thai the average Mexican from Sonora is not a whit better than the worst Apache Indian in or oat of this Tt:rritory,wearenot yet prepared to take for troth the belief expressed by omc An znnan that the authors of the bloody mur der, of Lorinjjand other?, near Wickenbunr, in this coantv, last fall, were Mexican half breeds, from Sonora, ami shall not so believe until proof positive is furnished the country. Our reasons for not so believing are that those who survived the terrible onslanjrht have told us with their own lips that Indi ans made the attack and committed the rrimm- that the citizens who followed the trail say the murderers were Indians ; that, having been on tne gronnu soon auer mc attack, we, who have sen scores of Apache battle-grounds, believe that it was selected by Apachea and, that, if we mistake nut, the; military authorities are in possession of facta . coin" to show that Indian were the actors in t...

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. — 1 June 1872

WEEKLY" ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, .;JtfNE: ''Xmi lrCscott5 Arizona. 2J0BTH OF PBESCOTT, Uanlnnm-nsctcoi.eor country to the 'rfof Prcacoit, in which no Dolly Var 1 has yd been seen hy white or red men, " A 'Ci rinrtloti of which country we etccrcd, rSrierlv Post Tr-.der m Camp Mi r 711. lV day dr thut noble couiniauding '' i ,iU did not amotiut to much, and bc- Ti Jin ,,l,s-v carc 1bc,,5udI us ln -oi "". ,.ni, jnvous heart. In our itt, ' vrcM'u . -ding liUifjO. pbcu Fort Whipple, nc from iWott, where citizen tcK hd at work, bmldiu, . nUni. Mitiii''. writing, etc citizens and foI- rcpairin, .n,.im r t-nt inir. wriunir, cic. me new ,-',,.r building erected tinder the direc tC Cornell looked ti'tat and airy amid ..!."wrKicrv of Headquarter Hill. H v ncw adohe ttorc was be.nsf elevated-; the "riic burned ttablc-s etc., was partially oc- i.v new cdillce and walls, while the Iivli id order everywhere observable ;jive uslo jand that tbe olllcers of Headquarters and htyplc were men who atten...

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. — 1 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JUNE 1, 1872. JPrefe'cott, Arizona. LETTER FROM LOS ANGELES Los Angklks, Cal., May 20, 1872. To the B.litor of the Arizona Miner: Railroads. Here I come again with a " few remarks " about railroads. The principal sensation, since the date of mj' last, has grown out of the somewhat sorious consideration of the railroad situation and its bearing upon the interests of this city and county. Tne busi ness men of Los Angeles arc not less remark able for their enterprise than for their strange infatuation for railroads, and this latter influ ence, I fear, they permit, at times, to carry them bevond the limits of discretion. A mass meeting of our citizens was held on Saturday under the auspices of Gen. Banning and others, for the purpose of feeling the public pulse and ascertaining to what extent the railroad fever had laid hold on the pop ular vitals. The News publishes the result of the meeting, at length, from which you will readily perceive that, under t...

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. — 8 June 1872

WEEKLY MINE VuLCXE IX-NO. 23. PEESC0TT3 ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE S, 1ST 2. ESTABLISHED 1S64. .r -r TVf" X TS H. to to?d 51 coherence with bira and his people), ft?.1 -Lav--- .aad would talk next day. He said he could , oe cere ana lass lor mmselt To-morrow that ne could not get Use other ...... fu . x. T, r--r .ir tk rp p fail- lien snoot Lands all duns her?. Sokmz a there were tad inci- t rw" v - - afectwastel v. etc f ax out, tbe General was afraid tker would , be acr F195 ' the Parages, then commit depredations and come in ca th;s ae wwuu iwr w . - J I 1 1 - . 5 .T . t I - i - I V- of tfc -TltTM ; IS ... .shed every Saturday Morning-, AT pKESCOTT, QtteKty, Arizona Territory, Bt J0H5 H. XASI05 & Co. ISVAKIA3LY IN ADVANCE. fore tbe next dar. . -j-- fcuu-w ji m.ns comes, lie is ziau iaai .uc jicjh. j.j c- . t- . . . . , 4 c c . ii . , ...;.j;..2 l taw point was aio settled, ana JUsKeranzin He said be bad rsotb- I reserratios- and that sroald "ire tbe irapres-. l of ail ti...

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. — 8 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JIJNE 8, 1872. ! in. X j-e hc ott Vi-i zona. The Indian Question Again. O-xinz to tlie effort of jrestlcajew woo attended tlf Camp Onurt Jsdfcri CBereee, eoof ltk wit those of onr )i-.l-orm-kiaf printers, we are, this wrwag, ewrttled fo ly bet ocr rwwiert aprettj full and m f Ihr 'rvblie saylnirs and dolnjr of the "M frm" of the sex ier! tribe f bu rretrflr at Camp Grant asd fcrt tfcesuelres oat," Tie prfraie and secret acts aod working of some of the parties will sww Jo doe time. Now, the poopl of the IU1, or, at least, rt Bab of thcs, war be led to. beliere that Peace has narrated fn Arizona. We siteerely trUb we eouU so be tter. Bat, fo Jndffe o the fntnre by the pa. IntelH. jent reasoner can boj-c fr jeaee from this new Cass? 'Orani folly. Inured. we aV candid men, wbo may read tfcepreedinfl;i of the Conference, to snspend Judjrment wi the profession of the Ajmebec until stie.h time a, by their'acM, their word shall berroTea. And, If it were nece...

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. — 8 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : ; PRESCOTTj JUNE 8, 1872. ! I soott, Vrizona. Tjj -WEEK'S PERSONALS since 183, ha len a J""n to tll ed ok b,,,nc' at lbe ,,Cal f C llM i ' ' ,bU nnd stnrfed lock Thursday last, ' " clth Joge U"T and other weighty citizen ' V- c1k C n',ica,'; ,m he backbotie of ,,,e ' w of tmuntnin. where the" Judge has r itv and r.niWi, etartcd for Snlt River Valley. , KimlTn',ft'"rCil,nrIat,iC,e,;k ' r i oor tta - contractor, arri1 lT J ' frrrm. Mr- Grant's Superintendent, took b'u tn ooA jjr. JleKinley came in from Skull ' rirv Gennng came ,frun I'ceple Valley, ' gyae to Salt River and the Giln to litiy ' Jne and J'- Goldwnter eatnc in from ' . ' hrff r.. t- James, came in from Walnut ' ', h be mv, is lb prettiest place in the foot J -itbe orchard, best crop, etc ,V flu f-r Califuro'- Picture Papers. . , . t Leonard, of the Prescott New Depot, have d' -,j pnrnrJ " ,r',,, ,a,e col'5' 4r 3 wonderful , , r. w 'he Ieat 'nasty" of whjch in Harjxr't, c t, w,,Jen carirature or such...

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. — 8 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JUNE 8, 1872. V If i . 4 EV.tr mm S5r rat siir. Prescott, Arizona- J CONTINUED FROM F1UST TAQE. -would all be friends and the papers would be the same. General Howard told them that he no iM leave a copy with the agent, so that it could be read to them. Santos said that when the people present went away they would be bis friends and others would come out and they would be the same. God had put it into the President head to send the General here to make this peace. They bad been enemies of the peo ple, and had not slept and suffered hunger and thirst to kill them. Since three or four years past scouts had been senc out and cam paigns had been made and captives child rentaken ; but then they were enemies. He did not want to talk of events back of two years. His people had been here with their friends, the soldiers ; they had not done any thing; it was strangers who had come here to take his people. Some of the children captured had come back and they we...

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. — 15 June 1872

f0 WEEKLY MINER. (LU3IE IX--NO. 24. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1864. I m i V 1 i ....IS.... - ; shed every Saturday Morning, AT PHESCOTT, Cbimty Arizona Territory, 3 JOHN H. MARIOH & Co. r IS VARIABLY IS ADVANCE. STXBSC RIIPTIO: j One Year, JOO J Sit Month 4 00 thrco Months 2 50 f - 9 3 b ICS, ADVERTISING: --e. ons time, 53.00; each additional Each additional square, same rate, ltscount will be made to persons con sume advertisement for three, six, or hs. 11 and business cards inserted upon terms. iat AuTertlssments will not bs Inserted In .;.il after taiy shall hate been paid for. ti-r. jl Printing. a V ofnce ,B n'c11 8UPPl'cd wlth l'resaes, v - rVr and Ornamental Type, and the pro - determined to execute all work with ;nay be favored in the usatest and beat i art. ,r be ordered from anj part of the td, when accompanied with the cash, mptly executed and sent bj mall, or i,endinp uf money for subscription, jr Job work, may forward it by mail,...

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. — 15 June 1872

WEEKLY AKIZONA MINER: PEESCOTT, JUNE l6, 1872. Ik Mmx. Prescott, Arizona. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. The labors of the Cincinnati Convention have resulted, as all know, in the nomination of Horace Greeley, for President, and B. Gratz Brown, for Vke Prendcnt, on a plat form, every plank of which is made of sound North- American timber. The Philadelphia Convention met on last Wednesday, and, wc guess, nominated U. S. Grant, for Pres ident, and Henry Wilson, of Mas sachusetts, for Vice President. The Democratic Convention will assemble on the 9th of July, and resolve to endorse Gree ley and Brown, when the issue will he fairly made, the fight commenced and carried on until the glad news that the candidates of the New Democratic Party have been elected by an astounding majority; that justice, peace and brotherly love will, once again, be inaugurated in America; that thriving carpet-baggers must cease plundering the people at the South, and that savage Indians will not be shielded from pun...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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