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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 June 1874

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JUNE 5, 1874. TELEGRAPHIC, Special Dispatches to the Arizona Miner, By Western Union and TJ. S. Military Lines. Foreign and Domestic. Washington, June 1. The President has nominated Gen Benj. II. Bristow, of Ken tacky, Secretary of the Treasury, rice Rich ardson, who is nominated to be judge of court of claims. The public debt was reduced 84,500,000 during the month of May. Senate bill granting the widow of General Can by, assassinated by Modoc Indians, a pension of S-50 per month, passed the House. New York, June 1. Review of the mar kets for the week ending Saturday last, shows that commercial affairs are fast set tling down to regular summer dullness. The general markets have been devoid of anima tion during the past week, and it is felt that the normal condition of a flairs must soon be reached. The nation's great wealth of re sources is unimpaired, and there is a hopeful feeling for the future. In the general mar kets there are few features of in...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 June 1874

ARIZONA MINER Supplement. Prescott, Arizona, June 5, 1S74. TELEGRAPHIC. Special Dispatches to the Arizona Miner, By Western TTnion and U. S. Military Lines. Foreign and Domestic. Washington, May 29. The House is en gaged in the discussion of the bill to reduce the force of the army. Nesmitb, of Oregon, made a strong speech in which he protested against .the.contimial .interference with the Army organization as tending; to drive good officers out of the service, lie said that Con gress had better at once abolish the Army an I let the Indians take possession of the frontiers. ' The committee on elections of the House will report in favor of the expulsion of Dele gate Cannon, of L'tah. jflie ablest lawyers claim that only a majority vote will lie nec essary to expel, because a delegate is not a Constitutional officer. Philadelphia, May 20. The death of Ed gar Thompson created a sensation in financial and railroad circles, although the event was not unexpected Mr Thompson having been in...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 5 June 1874

TELEGRAPHIC. Special Dispatches to the Arizona Miner, By Western Union and TJ. S. Military Lines. Foreign and Domestic. Washington, June 2. In the Senate to day 15 ) reman culled up the bill to establish I of Todd the territory ot femiiina un-l provide tem porary government therefor. Sargent moved an amendment providing that the right to vote or hold office in the Territories should not be restricted on account of race, color, or sex. He said he believed the amendment was not only justified but was required by JOHN'S JOKES. BE MEETS VERT ECCENTRIC PEOPLE IN CALIFORNIA. Correspondence New York Sun. Eccentricity, slewed down, turned over twice. ana done Drown on the edes, abounds in Call fornia. For instance, I saw a fellow with an aw ful gun, and I interrogated liitn wUat bis gun bad such a huge bore for, and he told me "it was to carry his dog in, so Hie game wonldn t see biro. A temperance man out here disinherited bis dnngbter because she married a man by the name OT 1 linn T h? W...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1874

s-V ' HP . - ' r Yol. XI. No. 50. THE ARIZONA MINER. - rUBMSHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, JOHN J3L. MAKIO :N. THE WEKKLY MINER. The first number of Oio WEEKLY MlN'F.H was Usued on March' 9, JfiSI. and In this, its eleventh year.lt can, with truth, claim to )e the oMet, largest aud b-st news paper in the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Year S7.00 " Six Month 4.00 " Three Month 2.50 Single Copies 25 Isjal Tender Xotej taken at par in payment for tub- ttxiltttou, adrertmng and job rrfc JTEUJls. In adeance tnvanably THE DAILY AlttZOXA MlXF.lt vrns started Iecemler 1 ft, 1573, Immediately nfter the completion of Arizona' first telegraph line; U published on the evenings of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, of eacli week, and will always eontain HIK LATEhT. 1UT ANI MOST liF.UA W.E SEWS that can be procured by Telegraph, Mull, Express and ail other fair mean. Subscription Rates : Ono Copy, One Year, bv mail Sl.'.OO. " . 'f Six Months...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1874

jffv ', " ',""1" - .... , , - Sv ; 1 WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER:'. ERESQOTT DECEMBER 24, 1874 ! , P,W1" J". U. "Miti-ion, "Editor. MERRY CHRISTMAS. Another anniversary of the birtli of the Saviour of the world and the advent of a teacher of peace and good will among all men will have passed before another issue of the Miser, so wc now wish our patrons every where, a Christinas of gladness, joy and thankfulness. CANVASS OF VOTES FOR DELEGATE. Last Monday, Secretary Basliford made an offi cial canvass of tbe votes for Delegate to Con gress at the late election. In accordance with law, and certified the same to Governor Safford who, "on the eame day, issued his official certificate to nram S. Stevens as Delegate to the Forty fourth Congress of the United States. He becomes Delegate for two years on and after March 4, 1875, but unless Congress is convened in rxtraor dlnary session by the President, which is not at nil .Ill-ply, flint bote ' nnt.'niiei-Untirilii; first Monday in December, 1875...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1874

k WEEKLY ABIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, DECEMBER .24,- 1874. Local Intelligence. If you want circulars, Ii you want handbills, If you want envelopes, If you want colored work, " , If you want business cards, If you want neat bill heads. If you want tasty letter heads, If you want nic visiting cards, If you want any kind of Job work, Send your orders to the Arizona MtNKC tf Special Notices in the reading columns ictll be charged at the rate of TinuTr cents per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each subsequent insertion. The Committee having the matter of the Ghristmas tree in hand desire us to state that the distribution will commence "just as soon as it Ls dark enough to see by candle light." To-night at the Court House. No Miner to-morrow. The buckboard, with mall matter from Califor nia and portions of Arizona, arrived this morn ing. Our letters contain nothing startling. Alden dried fruit and a line assortment of of Christmas goods at Cram & Co's. It C. A. Luke ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 24 December 1874

WEEKLY ARIZONA' MINER: PRESCOTT DECEMBER 24, 18T4. From Saturday" Daily.' j Tlioso Christmas toys and ihlugs baTC arrived at Kelly & Stephens. A. 0. Noycs Is working hard, trying to develop tlTcnilneral resources of our Territory. 7 Mr. Marks, of C. P. Head & Co , has purchased 100 tickets iu Fisher & Thorn's gift enterprise. Win.' Jennings Is back in bis old position, ,ihat of night-watchman. Jennings is a good man for this position. Fred. G. Brcchtbas Just completed several ffirS&lass jobs of blacksmitbing upon presses, etc for the Mixee. Judge C. T. Ilaydcn left for his borne, yester day. Previous to leaving, bo informed us of bis intention to go East this winter, for the purpose of helping Arizona. Fred. Hiltenbrand, of Woolsey Valley, called jc? terday, paid in bis subscription, informed us that be had just got through shelling corn and m, with three others, about to Etart mining on -Big'Bng. Good luck to you, Fred. Gobbler. The huutiug party spokcu of in last W...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1874

46 " y PUESCOTT, ARIZONA, TIIUESDAY FMM, DECEMBER 31, IS'74, Established 1S6 ToL XI.Xo. 51. $ttii.tf if it THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, ....ur.w., .T-ojiac :n" ti. r.AEio :sr. On Triilay, the WEEKLY Misnit.contaWnjrJflPtrraptilo new to the hour of coins to wHIle furnished ifll Daily futwcrllxT without extra cbnrffn. AnVEBTIFIvn HATES. In either tlm Daily or Weekly : One ineh f 12 Une of th!. tvpe). In column. 300 far firft insertion anl 61-50 it inch for each additional lnertion. A lilxra! dtioonnt from nlove rates will be marie to por tion who adverttno largely by the year, half year or o,tiarler. IWfnlonat nnd Inwrw card Inserted upon rcasona We term. Person sending n mnnr for Milweription. nilrerllrttiff nrlornvorfc. truly fomard ' it liy sarft, or -otherwi'e, at hcirownrik. . ', " THE WEEICTiY MliVEll. The ffmt nnmlvr of the WfxklY MiSRR was inedon Jfarrh 9. IfWf. and In tliU. it eleventh year. U can. ih truth, claim to he ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1874

- WEEKLY ARIZONA MUSTER: PRESCOTT DECEMBER 81, 1874 9 cv SB J. IE. jVIaricm. Editor. The Miner has much the largest list of Sub scribers of any paper in Arizona, Southern Califor nia or New Mexico,' and is, of course, the best ad vertising medium in this great southern belt of ccuntry. ' No Paper. To-morrouv will be New Year's Day a National Holiday so no pa mper need be looked for from this oflicc. VOLUME ELEVEN. This is the last number of Volume Eleven f the Weekly Arizona "Miner. The lire, YY ... CPA? Which damaged the office to the extent of $ 3,000 and which came very near wiping- it out of existence, caused us to miss publishing just two numbers of the Weekly. But we have more than made up for these two misses, by the publication of extra pages and supple - ments. And now, with thanks to those who at great personal risk saved the old ' Miner establishment from total annihilation gnby.the devouring elonioat,.,we-lttl good-bye toTolume Eleven and hope, by our course in " Mho fut...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1874

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT. DEORMftKR. 31, 1874 Local Intelligences If you want circulars. If you want handbills, If you want envelopes, If you want colored work, If you want business cards, If you want neat bill heads. If you want tasty letter heads, If you want nice -visiting cards, If you want any kind of job work, Send your orders to the Arizona Ml.VEIt. tf Special Notices in the reading columns icill be charged at the rale of tkiutt CENTS per line for first insertion, ana ticenty cents a line for each subsequent insertion. THE OLD YEAR, ETC. This Is tbe last day of Anno Domini 1S74, and, ns wo expect to attend its funeral crc tbe rising of another sun, vrc take this occasion to thank it for Its kindnesses to Arizona, and to wish our readers, everywhere, a Happy New Year. Wm. M. Buflum has secured the services of Mark Garrett, an estimable gentleman, who is sure to please Billy's old and new customers. Donald, Ross bas started for his place, in Brad- ehaw district. Sam Weir ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 31 December 1874

( ,. a WEEKLY AETZONA MISTER,: j PEESCOTT DECEMBER 31, 18T4,. 1 Local Intelligence. From Monday's Daily. Col. H. A. Bigolow and G. P. Foster arc urped tonbmlt their names to village voters, for town council-ten. They would make good ones. -Miners. can-now count upon having abundance of-w'ater for Bevcral months to come. The enterprising firm of Cram & Otis advertise a great many facts in this paper. More cash to pay county warrants advertised for redemption in another column. Cold. This "was the coldest morning of the season, and it wasn't very cold, cither, only two degrees below zero. ,C. W. Beach started for Ehrcnbcrg, Saturday last; to be absent about two weeks. That lucky man, B. II. Weaver, won the views and stereoscopic apparatus recently rallied off at the store of Kelly & Stephens. The snow storm caught P. McAtccr, of Kirk- land Valley, in town, but, he is reconciled to bis fate, since Jack Moore and Frank Powers arc "at hoiflcV. hunting rabbits, trapping quail and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 8 January 1875

It Vol. XII. o. 1. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FBIDAY EYpESTr, JANUARY S, 1S75. Established 1SG, iUtner. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBMSHED DAILY AND WEESfcY, Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona', H1T TOSC3ST H- MARIOX TUTT WEEKLY 3ILVKU. The first number of the WEEKLY MlXESvutHraHlon March 5. and jn thU, jts. eleventh year, it can, with trrtth rlaim to'he tho oldest, largest and best news-rapt-r io the Territory. -Subscription Rates: One Copy. One Year S7.00 ' RixMohthr 4.00 " Three Month, 20 SineJe C"Hf 25 Xil Tender Xntet li-en at par in payTntnt for tulf rrriptirm, ailrertiting and job fork. C""7TEIUIS. Jn advance invariably. TneJav. Wednessdav, Tburednr aud Saturday, of eac,h week, and will aln-qyjiSEnfHlnTlIK ItA.Tl.KT, BEHTAXl MOST KELlXBDiNEWFtlmt -an le procured fiv Tckgraph, . , i . ,i ..11 r.i- mnnnfl Subscription Hates : On Copy. One Year. lv mall 15.00. Sir Months." " 6 00. " " Three Months " 4.00. " " One Week, deli verl by carrier, 50. Snbrrihers erved by the carrrier will be required ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 8 January 1875

.T. H. Clarion, lEditor. TnB MlSEitAa much the largest list oj Sub scriber of any paper in Arizona, Southern Califor nia or Xcvo Mexico, and it, of course, the but ad vertising medium in this great southern belt of Country VOLUME TWELVE. With tins number we commence the Twelfth Volume of tbc Weekly Arizona Miner. Many changes and improvements hate taken place in the Territory since the commencement of its career. The circu lation ot the paper has "steadily inreas od, and we have endeavored to make it a live newsnaner. devoted to tue in- - - - - 4 A terests of the Territory and the welfare of its citizens. Whatever expectations of excel lence the past career of the paper may have raised, we sincerely hope may be realized, and even exceeded, by its course in the future. The latest news from Washington in re gard to the Southern Pacific Railroad is to the effect that the California Railroad people were making war upon Tom Scott and his proposed road. General Col ton 6ays his people con...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 8 January 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JANUARY S, 18T5. Local Intelligence. O Subscribers to the Dailyor Weekly Miseb, -who do not rcccire our Calendar for 1ST5, will be sup plied with the earne, by notifying us. MrMcKenna, artist, has just received a large lot of new and elegant Iramea, etc., and na he in tends to go to Verde In a few days, all who may wish to have their pictures taken and encased in these eame pretty frames had better call on him at once. J From "VWancwlay Daily.; Plant wheat. Pay the printer. Kill worthless curs. Subscribe for the Miner. Tut not your trust in Indian Agent3. There Is yet good sleighing in spots. Pat sidewalks in front of your bonsea. Pray for our members of the Legislature. Vacant lots arc an abomiuation, build on 'cm. Swear that your town is the best place in the world. Don't let anay fellow "alt you out," when you go a courtiu'. Rather let the old man order you out. Keep out of the chain-gang ; also, the chlu- Show specimens of Arizoua quartz to the he...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 8 January 1875

Ik rVY? X. . Local Intelligence. SriXiAL Notices in the reading column trill be charged at the rate of TJtiirrr CENTS per line for first inicrtion, and ticcnty cents a line for each subsequent inicrtion. From Monday's DalJy.J Our Sabbath school Is in a flourisliinp condi tion. Jt will, until further notice, meet iu the Court-room, cveri' Suuday, at 12 o'clock, it. Masters John Bonrkcaud Jobn Stevens know how to utilize benncless donkeyt, in thcfcfj sleigb in;: time. They hitch them to the sleighs and make 'cm git, you bet. A Spanish sheep which J. II. Lee, of American Valley, killed, a lew days ai;o, weighed when dreied, Just fifty-soven pounds. U. 0. Foster returned recently from a survey lag expedition. We learn that ho lined a town i, ship ais of the Agua Kria, which township takes In C. 1. Head fc Co.'s stock range. A few days ago, as J. II. Beban and Jack Leo nard were flying over the enow, their sleigh sepa rated and so did they, for a short space of time, licliati, who id a s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 January 1875

1 ttiotut -ttier Yoi. m no. 2. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15, IS Established lSGi, 1 nil THE ARIZONA MINER. ' PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, 1JT JOHN EC. SIARIOX. Tlie first number of the WEEKLY Ml.NP.lt win itlfrdoo March 9, 165'. n4 In thin, it Ievrnttt year, it cau, with truth. claim to lie tho oldest, largest nul bert uetv paper in the Territory. uj Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Year S7.00 " Six Month 4.00 " Three Months. 2.50 Single C-.j'irs 25 Lftjal TtmUr Xottt taken at j-ir in payment for tub icription, advertising and job tcork. "p TnuMS. In advance invariably. THE DAILY AlilZOXA MIXER was afnrtwin-'cemlwT 1st, 1S73, Immediately after the completion of Arixi.rm' first tr'ecravh line: i publfelml on the evenings of Jlomluy, Tmxlnv, WVilm-wlny, Thursday and Saturday, of each week. a'lKl. will alwav eotitaiu THE LATIT. ItEST AMI HOST HEUAIiLE NEWS that can he procured by Telegraph, Mail, Kxprces and all other fair mean. Su...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 January 1875

D rwr .7. EC. Itfstrion. 2Sditor. DEATH OF COL. ISSAAC X. DA Wl.EY. Tlic Denver (Colorado) papers, of January first, record tbc death aud deplore the loss of Col. Isaac N. Dawley, special mall agent for Arizona nnd several other Territories, inc bu cjcu fnnt- nlarft In the moraine of December Jlst, and was bronpht on by heart disease. Col. Daw- ler was well nnd tavoraoiy known In Arizona and California. ana uainornia. aciww -" v- , of Jodec Tweed, of the Supreme bench of this He leaves a wife (the daughter our friend and wc "deeply depl For to-day's local and new advertisements see third page. The Tiger mining case of Rush it Davis vs. Linn & French, before the Supreme Court yesterday, consumed the entire day. r t - ' Citizens of this section, who have, or had, frcipht on the Montana, are anxious to lcaru what has become of said freight. t ti ' The Administration is catching it on all Bides for its latest b.td break in New Orleans, which, at this distance, looks black aud indefe...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 January 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JANUARY 15, 1875. Local intelligence. A. O. Noycs gives notice tbat lie bas taken pos session of the Quartz Mountain Sawmill and tbat all debts due tbc compauy must be paid to biro. Jobn Barlck, tbc mall carrier on tbc New Mexico route, who is Mid to be niieeln, left Prcscott, Friday evening or Saturday morning last, from wblcb fact oar people argue tbat it is not Rarick, but Baker, anolbcr carrier, who is missing. One of Judge Ilaydcn'e teams arrived bere from tbc Judge's place in Salt River Valley, with a load of bacon and otber products of the Valley. Invitations to Dm Hatz's Ball, vbicli will come oil on tbc evening of tbc 22d Inst., are now out, Lost Between tbe old Batv-mill site and tbc Courthouse, Prescott, a small gold ring with ruby Jetting. Tbe finder of said ring will be thanked and 6u1tably rewarded if be or she will leave U at tbe MiXEit office. IFrom Thursday' Daily.J Fresco U. bos a poet, bnt be don't bother tbc Minek very much. Cause:...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 15 January 1875

t WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JANUARY T5, 1S75. rVY? iT.imPT WW Local Intelligence. There it not a town, village, military post, farm ing or mining settlement in Arizona in which the Miner does not circulate, and copies of it are sent to every State and Territory of the Union; which, ctrttpled tcith its age o'ul standing, make it a very desirable advertising Medium. , JFrura Saturday's Daily. SLcfiir Boners and Under Shcriil Parker hare been cleaning, renovating arid Improving tlie slicrM"' ollicc, which presents a very neat aj jicarance. Mr S. O. Frederick reports that the new road to the Jiagsajanip.i Is very nearly lluisued. There is about a mile and a half or the road that needs working on tome yet, but wagons have already gone over the whole road. The work will be Iiniahcd,a8 aoon as the weather clears up. Capt Nickcrson is about to visit Tucson for a rooiitbor so, as he thinks the climate here a little too severe for him. John Casancgra or Skull Valley called upon us yeste...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 22 January 1875

A Yol. m So. 2. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 44V1S75. Established 1S64. - 'J-r z3--T . THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, ....1ST JOHN EC 3VI AEION. The fint number of the WEEKLT Ml.NT.n wan inuel on March 9. JHrl. and in this. it eleventh year.it can, with truth, claim to te the oldest, largest ami best newa paer in the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy. On" Year S7.00 " SixMontlm 4.00 " Three Month 2.50 Single Curi" 25 Lgal Tender XoUt tale en at par in payment for ml cription, adcertiting and job iwrlr. TEltMS. In advance iurarially. THE DAILV ARIZONA Mi.NKH vm tnrtetlDecemtMT Int. 1873 iuiniediutcly nOerthe completion of Arixonn fint telecroph Hue: U iut)Hliel on the evcnlnp of ilonlay. Tu-dnv, WetlnewJay. Thursday nud Saturdny. of each xrrrV, and will alwav rontain THE LATEST. 1IHST ANt HOST UELIAliLK sews that ran Imj procured by Telegraph, Jlail, Expres and all other fair wean. Subscription Hates : One Copv, O...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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