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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 20 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, JULY 20, 1872. ilk 1.1.1 I I !K I jpreBCptt, .A-riscona, From the Verde. v, ti Arnold, R. B-ll and other farmers of the , , Virde and Beaver Creek, arrived here this s Mr- Arnold has assured U8 that abundant I -M W,en ln l,ie veraiTrtllers, and that the v t- of corn, etc., were Krnwiujj finely. Roast- ' erg were plenty. Indians were still coming ' . To be Fised. Tr.o Supervisors' hnv. determined that some of ,if -Us of the County .Tall shall, If possible, be " ... t condition to afford 6afe Imprisonment to ', c,Tt against the laws, to "which end they In . . . oposals from mechanics who have plaus for . . , ld cells. Good Music. ; ritlon? of music issued by the Band of the Jdtsntry, on last Saturday afternoon, gave , f.illsfaction. f .iwlng Is the programme lor this (Saturday) y. ', Quick Step, Remembrance of Peters burg. Fatut. 2, The Broadway Polka. Kaula. 2 Cavatlua, from the Open .Martha. 4, The Como Quadrille. D' Albert. 5, The Hilda Waltz. Godfre...

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 July 1872

gfctfltfi liimfftttff if.Shrr lift WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 20, 1872. Ireseotrfc;, Arizona. Trial of Bichard M. Hargrave, for the Murder of Ygnacio Rubio. An event of great importance bas hap pened in Arizona; the first of the kind, we bejieve, that has occurred here since the soil of Arizona became American,- and, in all probability, the first of the kind that has ever taken place hero under any other law or Hag save ours. And this event, we firmly believe, will have a lasting effect for good upon tfie citizens of the Territory, espe cially upon the evil-disposed, inasmuch as, owing to a brave, honest performance of du ty, law-abiding cUizens havo acted o as to vindicattbe majesty of written law, and set an example that will, very likely, be fol lowed whenever similar deeds and circum stances come up for judgment. And this cvont is no more nor no less than the speedy arrest, trial, conviction and sen tence to death of a man for the crime of murder. True, Prescott and v...

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 July 1872

1 MINER. ri riJ.Ji I TOIUME IX--NO. 30. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATUIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1864. rjE MI1VER. . , IS fetched every Saturday Morning, AT pBBSCOTT, -a County, Arizona Territory, j JOHIf H. MARIO & Co. Vl , fj INVA1UABLY IN ADVANCE. gUBSC RIFIIOX: y One Year,... $7 00 Six Month." 4 00 Threo Months 2 50 s. , w.pies,...: 25 ADVERTISING: -narc, one tlm, ?3.00; each additional ?'.rA Encb additional square, same rate, v discount will be made to persons con-.-l same advertisement for "three, six, or t u nratlis. r ' n anal and uusincfis carud inserted upon ii I: terms. rrjr- jjent Advertisements will not be Inserted in , citil after thuj shall hare been pild for. Job Printin xr.n olllce Is well supplied with Presses, v 1 ncy and Ornamental Type, and the pro- .i .re determined 10 cscewe nn worn with . ! la f i iifaij1 In tin. ,ii,ti,ct ltiijl t , IU.J 'V III W.f llvuhMi .li4 UV-ab , uiu art. r k nwy be ordered from any part of the - . i and, when accompanied wi...

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 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 27, 1872. JErescott5 Arizona. RAILROAD MATTERS. The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad ball is rolling, and gathering strength as it rolls. The great majority of the people of San Francisco arc red-hot in favor of building the road,' as soon as possible. 8 cores of meetings hare been held in that city; every phase of the railroad question has been discussed, pro and con, and it delights us to be able to publish to our readers the cheering news that the friends of the Atlantic nnd Pacific enter prise havo carried every point. Subscription iwoks were opened on the 12th inst., and, in lew than half an hour, twenty-five gentle men subscribed sutps aggregating 200,000. One gentleman said he was prepared to sub scribe 500,000 for Mr. Hayward, who was then absent from the city. One firm offered to furnish all the ties that would be needed between San Francisco and the Colorado riv er, and take half the cost of said ties in atock. So that, tbo great enterpri...

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 July 1872

lit SB jrescott5 Arizona. Aid the School. rt h eilucvtcd. Tuo best way to Ibe l 10 ,cnd tbftra to Bcho1- Ucre 1,1 ased np during last term. In Cali uul etbcr St-ites schools have been kept t.FDblic Mliificripnen, nnu roou ecttooi ' fclre btcn tmllt with money acquired In : Twar 11 13 ProPoscd to an At the Court House, In this place. J-aias of Thursday, Auirust 1st, for the eTe'fi , , i ,1 , f.hlldrin who npit wdwc pray all citizens of this town w shell ont a liberally a circura m UI permit them. t. minted ladles and jrentlemen are now, lr - A oninn f f m r Ti3t Tirnnnrinip been for ' mb to please and amHun onr citizens upon - -VT In nnestlon. solely with the deIre to ("WIUVs v pl IH to procure a school house and help -tie-) ... ,, ,..t.. tn mnlnil kIH7,i : , iu fhr a ticket as they may see lit. 'u mIimp few remarks," we will close by dl J Mtmtlon to an advertisement headed 1 -rc'd Exhibition." County Matten. f f work of equalisation of taxes was not ac rrv Hhed at tue.tlme the Mi.vb...

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 July 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, JULY 27, 1872. m JPiecott5 Arizona KY WIDOW. Jones advised mo not to marry her ho said she wag too young and pretty. Farnura advised mc to bo an old batchel or told me a man past forty simply made a fool of himself by matrimony. Tewksbery, a man who is notorious for never minding his own business, told me she had a love affair with Harry Birmingham bofore ihc went South. Allen shook his head, and 6aid Clara My ers might be very pretty, but be liked some body maturer and settled. (N. B. He married his housekeeper the next week, and ubo is mature enough for Methuselah himself). Everybody thought I was trying a danger ous experiment; but I did'nt pretend to suit everybody, sol simply suited myself. I went quietly to church with Clara Myers, and mar ried her one glorious January morning, when tho old St. Paul's was tnngca wun garner ing icicles, and the brisk wind was freighted with the particles of flying snow, liko a bat talion of diamonds on a double ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 August 1872

WEEKLY MINE VOLUME LX-NO. 31. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1872. ESTABLISHED 1564. t 1 waaa . m . "aBaaaaaaaaaaaamm - W'm st.a.' BnaaaB- ..13 fabhsked erery Saturday Morning-, AT pEESCOTT, Yacap&i County, Arizona Territory, By JOSS H. MABI05 & Co. TERVS-IN'VAUIABLY IN ADVANCE. stixfflc RiirrioN: ,w r One Year, $7 00 T - Sir Month. 4 00 r. - Three Months 2 50 fie Copies, 25 AD V FC RTISI iW ".arc, one time, $3.00; each atMltloual t, Each Additional square, same rate. H discount will he made to persona con fiaC :ae 8sme advertisement for three, tlx, or twlre a.'-atht. pOun! and buiiness cards inserted upon feuon!" terms. TriMlsat AdTtrtlMmaata will act be laurtodia H,vr iatU after tay sail! hart btaa paid for. Job Printing1. -Hf VdrtER office Is well uppliod with PresseK. f a, Ftncy and Ornamental Type, and the pro ..riK '. are determined to erecute all work with V ' t $ maybe favored In the neatest and best ,tT inart. WtnA may 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. — 3 August 1872

5 - V'"". R. r WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, AUGUST 3, 1872. f; Brescotts .Ajrizona,- MINES AND ailNINGk "Wo have but little fhat.w new to rejH.rt. Dullness ral"3 a' next -verv mitring ditrit in the Territory, and it4vill rule until after the warm .season romps to a rloe. At home, in ' ' "Tnvfai County, the few pcr-nn 'ia:r "1 in quartz .md pln cer minin?, an- well please-1 with the resul -eo far obtained. s . T3J. C&k, lle'irv" rT.-rVrr; and -other hnvc just returned fnrni visiting llu- Bradshtiw. Tecion of the -oii'itry, a-id p-pnrt that the Tijrer pe p!e Jad th' new Wt down t' n dcjt f 10 f"(r an' ,1,at l,u' ,olio waa lok" injf reinrirk-iMv well. Thev lwl not visit the TJenton, or any other mine. Thev passed tin D -l P.isro mill, and found its crew preparinc torun jr, the nent rains having.raade piiffi-'uMit water to enable them to do so. W- have no'himr definW from Weaver Wnlmit flmv.-. Wi krnbiirz. Hnsivnmpn oul Walk r District, and ran onlv sav that men arc W'trkinjr awa...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 August 1872

9 i" .WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 3, 1872. I . . . I . i . it;1? jrescott5 Arizona. Luxuries. corn and other luxuries of the season r In tuis market. The first corn seen ly ' ir came from the ardeu of Judge II. of Wood&lde. 3o"P' cn' in on WcdiiMda-, with a and torontocs AvIH eoon Ik in tnnrkrt. -rics, currant, tlraw berries, raspberries, ries, cherrirs, pluma, jmsicIic, apples, ow cultivated here, with lax-oralile. results, irray, who drives the mail w:i;'ou be lckenlt""!T ad ttiis place, informs us -'e :H. WiNon's peach trees, near Wlck iave had to be propped, in order to keep J , weight ol fruit growing upon them aMiiif them down. trip, Mr. Murray brought tip a sack of corn for hinielf and friends, and pome on for us, lor which latter gilt wc are to Messr?. I'ierson fc Wilson. Freight Train3. and departures ol trains have been of late. C. V. Hatch's line mule train ,rst to arrive, trom Salt River Valley, - for llellius & Veil, of this place. nne IJjuerre'o tra...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 August 1872

flHHP9vikBwawloBBBBaBHB BBBTyC inilWrMWii iisnll mm all J. Ill Ml ' " ' T!!!E-?4'--'- "" " ..v,-.-- s.rLuT. , . - ""Mini , ..,(-..-.., ' f WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 3, 1872. Prescott, Arizona, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. fororablc to this proposition, and it would be too difficult of execution even with an honest and skillful agent. If water contin ues to fail here I recommend that steps be taken to place the Pimas where there U plen ty of wood, water, and good land. It can be done either inside or outside of Arizona. Your good aent, Mr. Stout, says th- cbiets will go with him to inspect the Indian coun try. If the railroad goes through it will sim plify these removals. I do not think it for the best interests of the citizens for six thousand or seven thous and Pimas, with their industries and pro ducts, to leave Arizona, and perhaps there fore the citizens will be willing to aid in a complete remedy by granting them new privileges on the Gila and the Salt rivers suf fi...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 August 1872

WEEKLY MINE VOLUME IX-jSO. 32. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 16. I rl ElT riTl 1 "Tr- mrrr IS Polished every Saturday Morning, , , , , AT . . . pBESCOTT, County Arizona Territory, By JOHN H. MARION & Co. , TKRMS-IN'VAIUABLY IN ADVANCE. stjjsc rtOPXIOlS": jw.'.OjeVcar..... Y? ' Six Month... rt Three Months. ..$700 . 4 00 .. 2 50 25 ADV10 RTIST -ST&: O, fii:irc, oih' time, Sl.OO; each additional tifft'-. l 'ft Eacn '''il5on!l1 square, same rate. , trd discount will he mado to persons con . - se same auveriiscincni ior inree, six, or. tisi ,hfik r mhs. p; ,i --lonal and business cards Inserted upon ..'. terms. ;y'Trnst83t AdvertisamenU will not bs inMrtai in UafiTt until after they Baall Ima bsan paid for. Job IPi'intiiTLg-. t , . MrJErt ottlco Ih well oupplicd with Presses, Fmcy anil Ornamental Type, and the pro - ;,. - .rc determined to execute all work with y may be favored in the neatest and host , .ft). u art. -k may be ordered from any ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 August 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 10, 1872. UV ... JPrescott- .Arizona. SOHE PACTS. Ilnd -wo ft paper ten limos aa large aa the San Francisco Alia California or Missouri Republican, wo could cram it with articles from Administration and Opposition newspa pers, denunciatory of the foolish, sinful Indi an policy of the Administration of President Grant. The Miner is not large enough to hold a ; list of the names of Whites, Mexicans and peaceable Indians who have been murdered by hostile savages in this Territory since President Grant said, " Let us hare Peace." Two Miners would not hold a condensed record of the robberies committed by hostile Indians in the same time. Yet, sad to relate, the Administration of President Grant rewnrds murdcrore and rob bers, and does little or nothing for their sur viving victims. Yes, tho Administration tries its best to keep tho murderors and rob ber well clothed and fed, at the people's ex pend, while the poor Whites and peaceable Indians of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 August 1872

WEEKLY ABIZOXA MINER : PEESCOTT, AUGUST 10, 1872. 2rerco"Ct? .-Vrizoxiii.. Trio to the Country. " , j of a heroic poem, tvlUi uomc coated?." ; aviation of Hubert Bors, vr0 lumped uxSQ uldoxn vVtheldnd Pririli-ar takes pae hereto thte iid countrv, we will !:. . mobs-tH a?" 511 Uts Sf Tvancb, j ondvor to -dbplov" tbk psrfomwncl ' a. from IVfrasoii, by trail, omc fourteen . First, thoaf after mw,c bv .be IJajld of tt,f tty wcr ssbont Si or 2 , infe :iMire rmn;rkl! from Co, " The Lonesome Talloy and Ana : jj n?QU w& fa f" . dlej- short in many places which had j Territory ; and very pro wr and to the itolut vrere v - - 15 ' i 1,i5 marka. ' k, oftheoora In Whipple, Willow xmd. , llie cvcr xndmptmsablc r ...appradwbconbutlj Wm, 3 aad Qf u ... . sad, shonld frost keep Ou until lute in ; Bozarris basintss in a war that anything but M will be gathered j childlike and blanH,imt in a mcmncr that tilled - valleys iovery nintty parson in ike audience. Cheer nttcr r -ly, more ram felt upon Bo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 10 August 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 10, 1872. Prescott, Arizona. LETTER VUQTiL OALTF0RNIA. Los Angrlib, Chi., July 29, 1872. To the Editor of the Arizona Miner : The Railroad Qpestiou. Heretofore tin question has furnislierl .1 grand theme for popular diRrugaion; and now, to a greater extent than at any time previous, is thr subject absorbing the public interest. There are two principal reasons for this. In the first place, the proposition on which the people are to vote has been made public. Its conditions seem fair insomuch as terms of requirements are concerned ; but the amounts and conditions of payment', I am inclined to think, will be found to con stitute a dose whHi the goo J pen pit of Los Angeles count will hesitate to swallow. Tlic other rca-io'i t urliH) 1 have referred i tint recent railroad movements at th E sr -ei-m decidedly favorable to the early construc tion of the Thirty-second Parallel Road to San Diego. Now, the poople of Los Angeles arc largely of the opini...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 August 1872

AM i WEEKLY MINE YOliXDrE IX--NO. 33. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1S&L is .Dlished every Saturday Morning, AT pBESCOTT, ai Cownty. Arizona Territory, 3y JOHN H. MARION & Co. JIS-IXVAKIABLY IN ADVANCE. STJnSC RIPTIOX: py, One Year $7 00 Six Months 4 00 Threu Montbs. 2 50 Copies, 25 ADVK R" L'lS qttrtrc, one tlmfi, $:?.O0; each additional .50. Each additional square, same rate, ral discount will be made to persons con- the fame advertisement for three, six, or jonthn. jjional and husincss cards inserted upon )c terms. ""-instant Advertissnisnt? will not bi iasartcd in r until after they s'aall havo b8an paid for. .ToD JP WritiiT"-- Miner ofllce is wc'l siipjdiud with Presses, t mcj- and OrnamenKl Type, nnd the pro arc determined to cr'-Utc all work with cy may be f.ivore -Un te ucatest and best lie art. . may he ordered from any , t of the and, wlutu accompanied witu' the cash, promptly executed and sent by iiil, or id. pcndlni: us money f...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 August 1872

fry-,, ' WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 17, 1872. m 1 MINES AND MINING-. Placers. The heavy rains of last week have enabled placer'mincre on Lower Lynx Creek to pnr sutfjtheir calling, with pleasure and profit. Sunday last, Mr. Smith informed ns that Mr. Lovejoy and force were working the rich gravel by the hydraulic proce3. Mr. Smith would have bad men at work in his claim bad jnot a portion of his ditch been carried away by the flood. lie left men repairing it and is, perhaps, now at work taking out plcrity'of gold. A. B. Smith has started sluices further up the creek, and made $20 to the hand the first day. Eartbcr up, near the head of the creek, wa ter was scarce, but miners were doing well with rockers. Of course, if moro rain does not come soon, Lovejoy and others will have to suspend washing, but a great deal more rain is due us. "Water is scarce on the Hassayampa, and but little placer mining is being carried on. v Quartz. The letter which we publish from Mohave cou...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 August 1872

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 17, 18727 , rescott3 Arizona. 3jght and freight Trains. ich's freight train 1m gone to Salt lumber. rain, bclon;ln to J.JM. Bryan, started .rg, a few days ago, in charge of Thom jfbo informs us that his wagons arc lumber for Mr. Borger's quartz mill, berg. S. C. Miller fc Bro'a wagons have gone with Cipt. Randall's Company, of the - ry. wagons nxe coming from Ehrcnbcrg, 2 are immense quantities of citizen and ,t freight. rc recently T. S. 5raves informed us belonging to .T. M. Bryan had hnulcd a Ehrenhcrg to Camp McDowell, no in 20 days, wliich is 0 days Scss time t from the Colorado river wsis ever bo iwnat McDowell, hy any other route. Weather and Crops. few days have been warm and clear. fallen since Friday last. Clouds arc ag and wc may soon have another rain. 2 maturing finely. A Good Time. ..ntllts and gentlcmcu of l'rcscott and , t together Wednesday evening last, at cc of Mr. and Mrs. George Lount, and ry agreeable time in social conve...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 17 August 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 17, 1872. Bf m W Ik mvm. JPrescottj Arizona. ABORIGINAL PHILOLOGY. The more a person becomes acquainted with the laneuaees or dialects of the Indians, tli mnffl fiillv li liecomes convinced that ther nil Knrant? from one orieinal tongue It is well known that the ''sign language " of all Indians is the same, or nearly the same, go that if a man meets another belonging to a different tribe, he is able to converse wun him by means of signs, much in the same manner that deaf and dumb people converse with one another. Some of the gestures used by them on these occasions are exceedingly graceful. An aborigine from the far ortu is able to ask all questions he wishes to from an Indian who has been reared m the far South, and he, in turn, is able to give all the information desired ; and all this without a word having been spoken on either side. It is as silent as the movements of the Indians themselves, and all who have lived among them know how nossl...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 August 1872

mmm WEEKLY MINER' VOLUME DMffO. 34. rpZ3Z MI1VER .... IH 2ibhe(i every Saturday Morning, AX PRESCOTT, ,. Cutity, Arizona Territory, By JOHN H. MARION & Co. 7:lM!i. 'VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. S rjBSC RIFriON: v -,T One Year $7 00 ;'r.t Months 400 Thrco Months, 2 50 - c Copies 25 AJDVJCR.TISTIN'G-: - ,ta;' . one time, 3.00; each additional i vi. Each additional square, same rate. .i discount will be made to persons con- - -ame advertisement for three, six, or , ... ,n and business cards inserted upon , ,c terms. nu fc.'e2t AdTertisamBnta will not be inserted in - su'l ftftar they shall hare been paid for. Job Printing. Mr. er office is well supplied with Presses, Mvr .uid Ornamental Type, and the pro .re determined to execute all work with r ,. c 'i.:tj'bc favored in the neatest aud best . i.t! I't. run., be ordered from any part of the - tv, .-iild, when accompanied with the cash, -. promptly executed and sent by mail, or n - n- wading us money for subscription, - i .r job work, may f...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 August 1872

I WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 24, 1872. 1 It I: 1 ML JRr,escott5 Arizona. HOKE ABOUT THE DIAMOND BUSINESS. "Wealth will liave its worshippers. Treas ures srilLnot be permitted to lie still in the ground, much longer, and Arizona is now the ground from which thousands of fortune seekers propose to gorge themselves with gold, silver and gems "of purest ray serene." Well, Jet them come on, this Territory is a very large one; yes, large enough to hold ship-loads of precious stones. But, wo re assert, Do not come here, at our invitation, to fill your sacks and purses with diamonds and such, for wc are not prepared to say, positively, that such gems do exist here, al though vvo rather think they do. The foregoing remarks are, of course, drawn out in consequence of the terrible ex citement in San Francisco about an immense diamond field in this Territory, which ex citement was, at latest dates, feeding upon the report of Mr. Janin, which appears on the first page of this paper....

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