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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 15 June 1872

'WiE2EET:ARIZ0 JUMEU5, 1872. - jr escott5 Arizona. Ken and Things. r i rnoy.of Williamson Valley, called on us nad said crops down there were growing t chards has gone to New Mexico, to p Mr- R. Is a good-natured gentleman, r" nn recommend. mbert Messrs Lambertaon and other Walnut Grove, called on u daring xhen we learned that wheat, barley, i were looking flue. The peach crop large; some night prowling Innecu J cutting off the young apples. Grape y-j vrell. jr ' -I'ury, P. Smith and others brought good rt m PeepleV Valley. 'j, Rice, of Woolscy Valley, baa a very r r mine, from which he. thinks it will . tt v ship the ore to San Franeinco. , Arnold arrived from the Verde country ci t . week aud left again with bis family. - v ii-;d us that the crops were looking well. - 1 lomas and Alex. Harris, of Woolsey a re In town and professed to believe J a uow for a crop of corn on their dry mcj, of Miller & Ilusscy, who has just t , i'loiu Camu Hualpai, aays the farmers ice i'g good out...

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. — 15 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MMER :; 0?RESeOTTr JTOE1I5, 1872. -SI JPi-escott, A-iizoiia. Liberal Eepublican Platform, . The following the Platform adopted bj? the Cincinnati Convention. All nnlitieal rierbts and francbi' which have bpen acquired through our late bloods convulsion must arm snau uc 6u-.. teed, 'maintained, enjoyed and respect d erermnre. . , , , . Second-AU political rights and franchise which have been lost through that convulsion bould and must be promptly restored and re-established, o that there shall be ben. e furth no prescribed das and no disfranchised being within the limits of our Union, whose long estranged people shall reunite and fra ternize upon the broad basis of universal amnesty witb impartial suffrage. Thibd That, subject to our solemn Con litutional obligations to maintain equal right to all out- citizens, our policy should Aim at local self-government nnd not at cen that the rival authority should be unrcme over the military ; that the writ of t t l 1 1.1 bacas ...

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. — 22 June 1872

ry, 3. o A I VEEKLY "I JH" "V" "H1!1 "af""! MINER OLUME IX--NO. 25. PItESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1872. ESTABLISHED 1864. -aamBaaaaaafiamaaaaaaaBaaaa A r . fr it .IS . ihed every Saturday Morning, i , AT pBESCOTT, County Arizona Territory, By JOHN H. MAEION & Co. IfP, iS-ISVAKIABLY IN ADVANCE. SUJJSC RIFPION: , .One Year. $7 00 Six Month. 4 00 Three Months.. 2 50 pies, 25 r tare. on time. $3.00; each additional t. EacIi adiiltional (square, same rate. discount will be made to persons con e same advertisement Tor three, six, or o r nths. inal and business cards Inserted upon terms. ; ' tlent Advsrtlssmsnts will not hs lossrtsd in I i ' .t!.l aftar th?y saall hare bsen paid for. Job X I i 11 "fc i II g " :kh bfflce Is well supplied with PrescK t and Ornamental Type, nnd the pro . determined to eseeuie all work with my he tavored In the neatest and btMl r art. v, ay be ordered from any part of the . ind, when accompinied with the ca.h, j I 'omptly executed ana sent...

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. — 22 June 1872

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER: PEESGOTT, JUNE 22 1872. 1 j- tut JPrescott, Arizona. THE SAYAGE INDIANS. They Murder One White HanWound Three Others, &c. Vincent Colyer's destroying angels, or,ij)jsconcertcj at tlts new and vigorous act of rather, devils. Lave been netted, coaxed and fooled with, by the Administration and its misguided peace agents, until they have come to think that they aro masters of the situa tion, and feel disposed to treat Americans 03 they have been used to treating cowed down Mexicans. This Apache land is filled with mourning. lue savages, in a wcck, in one locality, have murdered a poor farmer, at tempted to take the lives of seven or eight more men, and to run ofF a herd of sheep. The savages feel as though they arc licensed to do as they see fit, lor, did n't the vicious Colyer encourage them to do so, and hasn't Government fooled many of them by not having provided for them, on reservations ; also, by going back on its threats to punish all Indians who might b...

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. — 22 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JUNE 22, 1872. 3lf j,JN-r;ott9 Arizona. E3 AND THINGS. int Surgeon H. Scniip, arrived fr.'inCump McDowell. Dr. Seaii , hi of being n. thorough surgeon U.S. Army, who, we believe, is , -pector, was at Fort Whipple re . " the Pay Department, U. S. Army, , , ; Thipple this week, A :rifl of Yuma county, called at , , y, when we learned that he had .1 and things, at Arizona City, in l -tent deputies, and was travelling ,. ritoryou business for the gov- , , .atractors. He had just returned Mexico, where he said Apaches rcry deuce. Truly the red scamps ,-, .tloti in last week's Miner, Col. n iud Tlionias Cordis started for Mo , , counties Saturday last, to look ' venue and other matters. Both . d'iw how it is themselves" to travel i.c-laud, .and will look out for ikers. . y, U. S. District Attorney for the . r. zona, arrived at Prescott on tho , i day last, from his home at Tuc-i- ic'o otd stamping ground, and all ;le and big were pleased to sec As soon as ...

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. — 22 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JUNE 22 1872. Xrocott, Arizona. Thieving Everywhere. floasy Attack b J. 3 2ox on thj Tariff Th tsugnubteowss rather thin the lojfV lh following .pert, deltvcr.l by tor Hn. S. S- Oox, In the nure of the CongreKnl debate n the tariff, but eoinuer..l It to r readers : I ri. not jrwpo-e o much t MUgo-itx the gentlMfttn frm Ma-acfen-ett ('f But ler) in regard tu ma.to -sit wrtJ tree. . sb.'aM Ilk. to ee it eHttrrhr fre. I p.-ak : wt this side of me H-w ('ig ar Ir D -) b-a-iMf tuj le tW IIo u .pi.-wt..tn .raliz-J"" the n(T lngblMgj ju liig frutn tbe votes given on a, tbi-r ye-ter Uy. S-ue cunou argument' were nul Uiere jrctenUr. Tbey g- far iUunt to oww of oy principle, if nt.t con tnl mr TMie. Tnegentteui.n fmm IVniwjl--rani Mr. (GnttitU) vjaled toiny friend from Ijduiu (Mr. Kerr) n..t t. opou tbe coat tax, beii bo w lrn abuvtf the Cul lor iti.ii tui;uterj in Prt.nlani, and bl jIyinttni wen miur.ible m n. I feel too force f tbit t.fJia. I brn ue-tf tbts lt...

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. — 29 June 1872

3T? ' ' ' ' r' 4 . , r MINER. oHJME XX--N0. 26. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1872. ESTABLISHED 1SG4. IS . . , bed every Saturday Homing, at .. PEESCOTT, County, Arizona Territory, r JOHJT H. HAPvIOZ? & Co. 5-LN'VAlMAIJLY IN ADVANCE. r. Or.. SU.KSC RIPTIOX: One Year 7 00 Six Months 4 00 Three Month3 . . 2 50 piM, 25 ire. one time, 53.09; each additional Each additional square, same rate, discount will be made to persons con ; same advertisement for three, eix, or ith. )nal and business cards inserted upon terms. jieat Airertusmanta will not ba issortci ia All after thpy ehall have b33a p?id for. y o I 3? v i xi t i ci g-. ,t.k ofllce is well supplied with Tresses. v aiid Ornamental Type, and the pro- determined to I'soeute nli work with miy he favored in the ii2.Uu3t and best art. ay he ordered frn:n ailr part of the iml, v.'he!i accompanied with the cash, rosnplly executudrand sent by mail, or eendin" us money for subscription, or job work, mav forward It by mal...

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. — 29 June 1872

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JUNE 29, 1872. . Wkt mint JPrescott, Arizona. Military Items. Major Crittenden has takon command of Camp Hualpai, a pretty post, garrisoned by good officers and- men. The Major is said to be a good soldier and true gentleman. Paymaster Ihric has gone to Camp Verde to pay the troop.? there. On his return to Whipple, he will pay those stationed there, when he will start for California, paying, on his road, the trodps'etationed west of Whip ple. It is said that two companies of Cavalry will shortly arrive at Fort Whipple from Camp McDowell. In last week's issue, we fell into the error or stating that "Major Smith " had been ap pointed Department Inspector, when wc should have stated that Major W. II. Brown 5th Cavalry, had been appointed Inspector. Surgeon II. It. Wirtz has taken the road leading to California, and we are sorry to know that it is not his intention to return again to this Territory, behaving had enough of frontier service. Troops were se...

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. — 29 June 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MESTEE- PRESCOTT, JUNE 29, 1872. T rr ott, Arizona. LATHEE, CEOPS, ETC. jjeavy Hail Stonn. r doads which dandled over onr .tfn?e mncs, during the greater , wrt.jct sportively f!ilfllnr from one nuttier, in material sky,;ot mad -,'drinf tlic forenoon of Saturday , anJ rcardlcsb of the rcsolu . ice Society, inaugurated a war of a ended iu one o! the grandest . "iritis it has ever been our good for- i two o'clock on the afternoon of , mentioned when, after imprcca ; ioud and licry dibpatches in the 3,icraud lightning had been sent .,ii and whizzing, from cloud to aerial giants locked horns nud ,,!uer until all joined in a general in mostly frozen ones many of I .ui)tiiiiinAiil irvn n rnoull rF a , circumference. This pitiless pelt- , i liA tor nearly an hour, when, ow .,)?:' atmospheric cause, the hall was - r .m, which fell In torrents lor nearly n 1 long after this unrivaled stonn, the r , hereabouts, was almost entirely i icw by the rushing llood of water . aivciit wi...

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. — 29 June 1872

mm fr -t - TOEKLT' ARIZONA MINER r 'FRSsbOTTj V if 0 w TflRT tl U XTJLLi .1 i 4 I Pi escott, A.i'ixoii.JX. THE PAT CONTKIBUTOB. Hiopofies to be a Candidate for Prea- dsnt. The bo lias arrived. I can hesitate no knp?r. 1 ue highest interests of the nation &twm tltat I present myself as a candidate for Pivm i. nt of the United States. I haye wutH fur some one to bring me out, but in the niii.'M'rjdes of candidates no one seems to have ptouKht of me, and I don't think very uoh of myself j but a man don't want to think inu S of himself to be a candidate for Provident nnw-a-daye. IT he had any self regard at the outset he would think very lit tir of himself by the time ho got through TTitb the unpaign. I am on of the people I might say one of tik boy?. I came up from obscurity, and I hare brought up a good deal of obscurity yritb me. I never had any politics or much alas. I am "Liberal" to a fault, and ready to receive rotes from any quarter, although I Ma not rady to give quarters f...

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 July 1872

r 4 EEKLY "V VOLUME EX-NO. 27. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNINO, JULY 6, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1864. ,.,. -. .., -.t n - n- niri ' 1 rfiTii ii.inniy;apMXii HiTTfliTTm' - .... lVllJYJliIU ijEjXE HVE I INT EZIFL . . i S i j.;:':ied erory Saturday Morning, .t .... PRESCOTT, . , r.-mnih. ..Arizona Territory, Sr JOflS H GABION & Co. - "M T r'S -IXVAK! BLY IN ADVANCE. St7 f .IJ?TI023": one Yw $7 00 Sje M'nTtw 4 00 ThwH " . 2 50 25 ADVERTISING: i. re, oiw f'W. fS.OO; each additional j . Ecl : s on.il square, sanie rate. iiouir m .' be m-ulc to persons con state lv, ftiemcnt for three, sir, or , l!tl. u'I and business cords inserted npon .iv.wt AiwrtJeieats 21 not bo inserted la -U Mr tit'T ti- ill haTe brn paid far. b I ; ji II t i n r . . v en n(&c it y aad Om" v my be ri-. . Art. I supplied with Presses. jntal Type, and the pro- erccute all work with I in the iis-ttest and best from any part of the mpanlcd with the rash, ed ana sent by mail, or seCuey for subscription, ay brward i...

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 July 1872

NT WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JULY 6, 1872, JPfreercctt5 A.rizona. Xtejns from the West Wallapai District In s recent conversation with Col. II. A. Bigelow Thomas Cordis of thi, place, who arrived home, last week, from visiting the Wallapai Mining District and other point west bY Prescott, we learned theTol lowingknews : . ' -, CerBat, Mineral Park, and Chloride three towns in Wallapai. Districtr-wero growing quite fast. : The furnaces one at Cerbnt and tle.oth. er at Chloride were in operation. Mr. El der owner of thu.one at- Cerbat felt cer tain of soon surmounting evcry obstacle and difflcuJiyT frw;erro 'Gordo experience, while it had been of great use to him had not given him Sufficient knowledge" to treat the strange ores encountered" at Cerbat but ho was gradually learning their weak points. He is one of the most energetic .men on the Coast, and has forgoltch thai there is such a word MjfQL" T ' . As soon fis successful, Mr. Elder will go to Cbloridp and :do bis best to m...

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 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 6, 1872, '"7 1. mi it,.. f i It'' 6o s co tt 5 Arizona. Still Another Homicide. gprflCIDE IN PRESCOTT. HO, Ipnacio Ru')Io, familiarly known .i .- tmt hv M. Hare-rave and died '. -is of the wounds the same day. t of Hitrnravc' concerning the atttir, . iollowsr nC so. a number or men were under TV ike J 5 fl,,ar,-of liqor. nn-.ons them C Hopkins t nLata. . IIir-nive got In tlielr company nt ..IA.H nhnnL mldiilirht. and tlicv TlMI ""-" ' or in..Mn1: IT-irrr:ir?. nnd madi; no C 'If gallon of friendship tliat Ifopklns 'iTl row Wous and made some insulting , 'jifHarrnve rtaented and after some ' . t f..td nassed. Hooklm drew a pistol. ,M.,jRhhe meant Injury to Harrave, te&a Uic pistol and took It away from Flop. tnf the fracas Donnis nlao drew hl9 it' 9j .., ifiiing to be a friend or both parties, led Hiryravc t J give him the pistol, which wnk Hopkins, who then atrnck liar ab tt c pistol on the head. Harrave ran bf - foHowcd by Hopkins, whobhot e...

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 July 1872

- 2 -Hrt3-.- Weekly Arizona miner prescottvjtoMSt ARIZONA CUT. PIMA COUNTY. WICKENBDB6. MARICOPA COUNTY. "i m JPrescottj, Arizona. From Arizona. Colonel C. S. Sprapue, Col. R. Jones, llr. A. Inglo and Mr. R. Bailey, arrived in town from Arizona by private enreyance j'estiT day morning. Col. Sprague informs us that lie has just returned from a trip through the Territory,- having visited nearly every milita ry post in Arizona. He has been absent from San Francieco three months. The par tyswill sail for San Francisco on the steamer Orizalta. San Dkgo Union, June 21. PRESCOTT. PIONEER DRUG STORE, , Prescott, Arizona. On hand and for Sale: JLYER'S, JAYJVE'S. BRISTOL'S, BULL'S AND HALL'S Pamily Medicines, .And a full assortment of tho bent Patent Medicines now In the market warranted fresh and frnuine. Tana; Toilet Articles, Soaps and Perfumery, And a full supply of DisrKXSixo Mf.dicixks. Phyftlciann Prescription carefully and accur ately Compounded. GEO. D. KENDALL. tBT Dn. Kendall's Off...

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 July 1872

...ays' 7EEKLY M JF T "lai" T1 MINE R. QhWE IX-NO. 28. v PRESCOTT, AMZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1872. ESTABLISHED mi. - . i IS Psblied every Saturday Morning, .... AT . . pEESCOTT, Ci)W. Arizona Territory, BvjOHHH. MARION & Co. r u TF.RVIINVAUIABLY IN ADVANCE. i . STJ&SC RH?TIOIT: .. One Year, $7 00 Six Months 4 00 f lireu Months 2 50 .... - . -H09 ' i 25 ADVERTISING: ,r s Mrc, one time, $3.00; each additional f ; , , Each additional square, same rate. . ite.nnnt will be made to ncronB con. 1 . ntnvvtiM- i t.- game advertisement for three, six, or k mouths. Prf.foiial and business carda inserted upon .tm''!' terras. jTri.!53t AdTBrtlsaasats will not ba InssrtsJin w rfr u3tii after they shall Ims been paid for. .Tob I? r i ri t i n gf Tn1: Mtvtit office is well supplied with Presses. Viw r and Ornamental Type, and the pro , iro determined to crccute all work with !,'. i .i -r :nay he Javorcd in the neatest and heel i ;' Mr1 UL ,v' rk my be ordered from any part 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 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 13, 1872. jPrescott, Arizona. Rain, Hail, Etc. We feel considerably relieved. It can rain and hail like the very deuce, in this sec tion of Arizona; or to be more correct, it has recently done so, and now looks as if it could do so again "aoroo more." "Hope de ferred tnakcth the heart sick." We have hoped for snow, rain, deK, anything with moisture in it; but, until recently, very lit tle moisture has come. Our heart is no long er sick, though. We are limber among our own loved tall pine timber, and now feel it in our bonca that grass will soon be long, for, do not our hills, valleys, trees and things look like a sea of Emerald Islers dressed in their favorite green. They do, indeed", and with the late demented Indian thing, V. Col yer, we feel like saying, "Ah ! me, the vision has vanished !" But our vision was a differ ent oue from ColycrV. He saw good times and plenty of money in feeding Indians on paper; we saw more blood, more suffering; mo...

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 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 13, 1872. eh So preScott5 Arizona. "GUILTY OF MTJBDER." Jnly first, Klcliard M. Hnrgn-ave shot a M1--Vil Iimaclo Rublo, who, soon after, 7 m the wounds inflicted by Harjrrave, who tA '' ",1 nnd Pbccd In Jail. Dislrict Court .-.inn. nnd tbe first Grand Jury having tela; tanlwed, another Grand Jury was called i iron. C. A. Tweed which latter "f joryD went to work with a will, and on tfj esday evening latt, flnlbhed its labors by In- ilargrave for the crime of murder, and "ctber persons on charges of bavins drawn Tdv ireapons, with intent to do bodily barm. TV ,r composed of J. Goldstein, John Reese, V Hill. Wm. Cole, Robert Stnbblellcld, T. 1 r.Hiic. T. W. Simmons, Geo. Becker, Chas. I, , .cs, was soon after cmpanneled, which jury, Tr tuviug been charged by the Judge to pcr ell and Jaitlifnlly, their duty to the com- . and 10 tl,c Pri60Der' and ftftcr liavlnK llcard ',' deal of testimony for and agaiusi, like JJ t!.e arguments of tbe prisoner's co...

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 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 13, 1872. JPrescott5 Arizona. The Sutro TunneL Many of the readers' of the Miner know that Adolph Sutro, a mining engineer, has, r.n.ra no.f ,Unrn tn RPP.IirC Aid from 1U1 jrvaio fwbj it v i www. Congress, to cnablo him to drive a deep tun nol into Mt. Davidson, in which mountair the great Corostock vein exifita. Well, Mr Sutro has recently delivered an argument beforo a Committeo of Congress, in favor of his project, and we are indebted to some friend for a copy of said argument, which, by tho way, makes quite a large book, through which we have taken a glance, and but a glance ; learning therefrom, however, that the Bank of California first favored the project ; then opposed it ; opposes it now for the reason. Mr. Sutro says, that it n as not boen able to control every man and thing connected with the projoct, for its own pri vate ends. Bo this as it may, we will not bother with it. It is, however, our province to make known some of tho benefi...

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 July 1872

w-?",.-" tie; WEEKLY MINER. VOLUME IX-SO. 29. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORXIXO, JULY 20, 1S72. ESTABLISHED ISW. mi IS ys.h Aed -every Saturday Morning, AT PRESCOTT, pgi Cownty, Arizona Territory, " JOSS H. HARION & Co. yj-S-IKVAKIABLT IN ADVANCE. SIJBSC U.TE'TIO'S'i - r, One Tear, S7O0 Six Months 4 00 Three Months 2 50 iples....- ...... 25 A.TVKr2.TIST2CGr: . aarc, on time, $3.00; each additional I V). Each additional square, snrae rate, t , J discount will be made to persons con , . - -ic same advcrtiBumcnt for three, sir, or " T 'ItltllK. r&i .tonal and business cards inserted Tipon waa','3 terms. 1-i.iskct AdTBTtiaemontB will not bs inwrtaa ia jhjr urtH after thy Bhall lave uson paid for. Job Printing:. 7a v ot office is well snpplied with Presses, ffctr. r :icj and Ornamental Type, and the pro- f. rr vTc dctermlned to erectile all work with "3 may be lavorcd In the nuatest and best r , ' . e art. -I nwy be ordered from any part of the .- is,. and, when accompanied wit...

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 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA" MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 20, 1872. JEfr-escotfc Arizona. msma items, . !.- -v : There h. now rbope that tlie. lull in mining roattrrs here will soon giro .way to, and be"wperce5ed by, a s'eaBon of activity At least, this is tire general impression among oar oeonlcT Mr. Cook, one of the owners of tke Original Tiger- locatiorr, isonhiVway to the minp, with & San .Francisco expert, who ii'serit out by Mr. Gashwiler slnd others,. who, it is said, have offered to pay the sum af fOU,W tor one-nan oi toe qiscovery ro cation 1200 leet provided their expert snail return jjeaseu wnu iu iuiut, n i"" he cannot very well help but do, as the mine is looking Abetter "than ever- before." Should they buy, it will be with the new of work -in&lherHjine in good earnest. , r ' ' The San Francisco Mining and Scientific Pmrof a recent date, notices the arrival of some Very rich gold and silver ores from this Territory; Saidrofes.Vrc.red from 500 to rf 2,600-per ton. The ore lately sh...

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