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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 24 August 1872

K!0 BE5 WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 24, 1872. M jriSCott5 Arizona. Personal News and Gossip. t ,:JD A. Rush returned here from Pbcu ..! ! morning lust, and, at this writing, is settling his aflhirs here, preparatory imsclf and family to Maricopa coun :, : proposes to employ the balance of law and agriculture, be having bought .m near Pbreulx, and, In company i T. Alaap, will soon open a law office. I idgc Rush and family all manner of ,a Maricopa. i ! ill, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, , r acb Prescott, from an extended trip t ru States and California, on Indian u .6 . : i.icutcnant John G. Bourkc, Third Cav i : i -Camp to General Crook, has been or ,. '.-;)ort to the Secretary of War, at Wash r assignment to duty at West Point, , i it is said, is to Instruct the cadets in language, of which Lieut. Bourkc Is -.aster. This is an houOr of which any ;. ,-er might be pardoned for feeliug a lit , er, but wc are told that Lieutenant H . old just as soon remain here In acti...

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. — 24 August 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 24, 1872. im. JPjrescott, Arizona. MAN AND CLIMATE. Tlic London Spectator, in an article which is brief as it is forcible, thus annihilates the often-reiterated theory that vigorous men ore produced by cool climates, while hot cli mates enervate the race : "The notion that man flourishes best in a temperate clime survives all evidence to the contrary, and will be repeated with perfect coolness by the man who has just informed you that the two most perfect of earthly cli mates, the Tasmanian, which is the English climate etbcrealized, and the Californian, which is the Greek climate cooled, produce the two feeblest races of mankind. The na tive Tasmanian and the Digger Indian are Vrith the Veddah the lowest spcciinuns of hu manity hitherto observed. So far as the Very imperfect evidence attainable will prove, the physical qualities, strength, size courage, and, perhaps, industry we doubt if that is phvsic&l quality, but it is cpunted as one ...

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. — 31 August 1872

p J WEEKLY MINER. )LU3fE IX-XO. 35. . IS f ' -ihed every Satnrd&y Morning-, PRESCOTT, : County, Arizona Territory, Zj JOHN H. IffARTOff & Co. . ..i'S-INTAKIABLT IX ADVANCE. S IT-BSC RIPTION": .One Year. $7 00 Six Month's 4 00 Three Months. , 2 50 pics, 25 -; f Jirc one time, S3.00; eieh additional "'.. Each additional square, same rate .. discount will lc made to persons con , c wune advertisement for three, sir, or , , nths. anal and business cards inserted upon r terms. -itsA iirertisaa-ats -sral art be isssrtei b ' ijtilxftsrthej saill hare bsta piii for. Job Printing-. V SCTt office Is well supplied with Presses, j - ry and Ornament! Type, and the pro- re deicrmincd to erectile all work ivltli I . - maybe lavorei in the neatest and best i i art. fc jay be ordered from any part of the and, wncn accompanied with the cash, romptly executed and sent by mail, or j sending us money for Fubscription, t -or job work, maj-forward it by mail, e, at their own risk. 5 . 'at Tender X...

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. — 31 August 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, AUGUST 31, X872, fc JPi-e scott., Arizona. MINES AND HDOTfr. Mr. Geo. A. B. Berry, of San Furncisco, whose visit to the mines last week wc men tioned briefly, was so well pleased that he mdfc Jusccond trip to some of the mines on . Lynx Crock, to give them a more careful cx ' arainntion, and returned on Friday, the 23d, - well pleased with what he saw. 31r. B., in company with V. Walsh, who has had charge of "the work on the Benjamin mine -for'sorac months past, left Prcscott on the 25th inst., for San Francisco, via the Walla pai mines. We hope to sec both gentlemen here again early in the fall, "fixed "to go into earnest worK uh mui veins. .Messrs. C. C. Bean, II. A. Bigelow, and 0. IL-Casc, 17. S. Deputy Surveyor, returned on Monday, from the Davis mine. Mr. Bean lias control of the discovery claims 1,G00 feet, and is taking the necessary steps to pro cure a government patent to the same, and Mr. Cue made a survey of the ground as re quired by law...

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. — 31 August 1872

SIS jrescott, Arizona. A LARGE MEL05. S. Curtis, from the Point of Rocks, pre ,c Miner office, on Wednesday, with a ? - -jou mcasuriu In circumirence tlic long fect 0 inches, the other way two feet 9 ,od weighing oil pouuds. It was eaten jebo guesto " by " the boys " and pro tUe best of the season, of all kinds are more plenty and con- cheaper this season than ever before. Friendly Indians in Prescott. ucsdav afternoon thirtj'-ono mounted ode past the Miner olllee and through a-ort Whipple The party was interview - reporter with the following result. oac, second chief of the Mnricopas, was jjd, and the party consisted of 22 Man 1 0 Piinas. .Jose 6tated that ihe Apaches been stealing their stock, and that they np here to sec the Capitan Grande Crook,) to get arms ammunition and ra- go out with the soldiers to hunt the ind were ready to go anywhere for that They were well received at Whipple icre for Camp Verde Wednesdays uight led by the post pack traiu, and a com uops will go out 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. — 31 August 1872

PEESCOTT, AUGUST 31, 1872. WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : Prescott, Arizona. RAILROAD NEWS. Mflfttinflr of Subscribers to the Atlantic and Pacific R. R. The San Francisco (Cal.) Call of August 16, has the following : A meeting of the subscribers to tho capi tal stock of the California Atlantic and pa cific Railroad was held yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, in the rooms of tbe Chamber of Commerce, R. G. Sneath in the chair. The Chairman stated that the meeting bad been called to review the Report of the Com mittco on Organization. Two commit ecs one appointed by tbe stockholders and the other by tho Committee ot One Hundred had, in unison, made all the necessary ar rangements for incorporation, and had pre pared all the needful papers. A. few gentle men of the subscribers had paid in the ten per cent., 70,000, required by law to bo paid up before incorporation could be effected, and a Treasurer had been elected, so that all things were ready for the incorporation. Articles of Incorporation. ...

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. — 7 September 1872

EEKLY MINE - - v 3 VOLUME IX-NO. 3G. T"E! MINER. IS t: Ished every Saturday Morning, AT PBESCOTT, , r Count, Arizona Territory, 3y JOHN H. MARION & Co. . X r ;;ilS IN VAK I ABLY IN ADVANCE. f ,,ir. One Year, $7 00 ' ' Six Months 4 00 Three Months, 2 50 . Copies, 25 Ha. AXVJCRTIST2ST&: ..qtinrc, one time, $.'$.00; each additional ' J 50. Each additional square, same rate. ral discount will he made to persons con the same advertisement for three, six, or !j. v jontha. ' t-r gional and business cards inserted upon r. ..o ')le terms. r " " -aasiflnt Advartisjawnts will not ts inserted in ;t pav- until after the7 shall havo boan paid for. ,fol Printingf. t MiVEit ofllcc is well supplied with Presses, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro- - are determined to execute nil work with liny may he favore.l In the neatest and bc6t the art. may be ordered from any part of the -y, and, when accompanied with the cash, e promptly executed and sent by mail, or ted., ns sending us 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. — 7 September 1872

IS) I WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 7, 1872. f '1 5 if K V A" J rg7 V J?jrescott5 Arizona. .Camp Grant. The " friendly Indians " on reservation nt this post are graduallj' showing their cloven feet. Some of them have recently been out stealing borees from the pcacablo Pimas ; one ot tnem broke into tue uouse oi aiur. wit, ,iiear the reservation, and rifled it of its con tents Their Chief, Eskiminzin, has grown quite saucy to citizens and soldiers, and, de spite every effort of Agent Jacobs und Cap tain Leib to satisfy the savages, they sulk and threaten death to the agent, bo . that, Jobk.attbIndian question as one will, the whipping process is the only process that promises peace to white men and stability to red men. Let us have peace through the ' medium of chastisement, as kindness and " religion " have only made the Apache worse than he was before the so-called peace com missioners of the present Administration over set foot upon our soil. An Agricultural Region. -...

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. — 7 September 1872

k. ' i -'J- WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 7, 1872. gJMeLUcoa,r,..,....,.J mmCAL THE INDIAN QUESTION. SPECLVI NOTICES. r 4 em j1.(scott!, Arizona. 1 "" , ' " or- ' f-.T. - 1Vi' I. L'i- I " frit-1" Improving. , brisker now thau It lias been for f 'is past. Our principal traders have if all kluds of oods, aud hundreds ods for the fall and winter trade arc . from San Francisco. restaurant keepers, lodfrhifr-honse brewers, livery men, saloon keepers, o ore in business here say there is a . r the better. lc :oId dust has lately come to town, Hjinj? taken out. c brinuin in ha and vegetables, reecllins quite cheap. j crop promises tu be large. cr of liuihlinir but little Is being i, but at Fort Whipple, quarters for being erected, which with the work .rmaster, gives employment to many d laborer. it teams and pack-trains are still con ,;r and shingles from the Govcrn j. urtis' mill is rtiuning, and .Mr. Curtis ;iat orders are numerous from per- nud country lor lumber, lteally, o...

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. — 7 September 1872

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 7, 1872. in JPr-eseott5 -Awi'ixoiia. 'ABOUT CLAIMS FOK INDIAN DEPREDATIONS. Bules and Begnlations Adopted by the Department of the Interior Relative to the Presentation and Examination of Claims on Account of Depredations Committed by Indians. By the seventh section of the act of Con press, making appropriations for the Indian Department, approved May 20, 1872, it is en acted: "That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Interior to prepare and cause to be published, such rules and regulations us he may deem necessary and proper, prescrib ing the manner of presenting claims arising Mtider existing laics or treaty stipulations, for comnensation for depredations committed by tho Indians, and tho degree and character of the evidence necessary to support such claims; he shall carefully investigate all such claims as may be presented, subject to the rules and regulations prepared by him, and report to Congress at each session thereof, the ...

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. — 14 September 1872

WEEKLY MINER. Si OLIDIE IX-NO. 37. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1864. 3 9h jS3B til ad 1 At ar IS A 3d every Saturday Morning, lHESCOTT, wKty Arizona Territory, 3j JOHN H. MARION & Co. i-IN'VAUIABLY IN ADVANCE. SUJBSC RXPTIOST: . One Year, ' Six Months Thrco Months, il'lCS .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 ADVERTISING: ire, one time, ?U.OO; each additional , i Each additional square, same rate. discount will be made to persons con .; same advertisement for three, six, or iitlm. . )nal and business cards Inserted upon terms. K I"--irr T ttf " silent AdvartUenunts will not be inssrtad In -, atil aftsr thsy shall have been paid for. ol) Printing. r)SEit oflicc Is well supplied with Presses, jcv and Ornamental Type, and the pro ire determined to execute all work with . y may be Iavore4 In the neatest and beat in art. mnv be ordered from nnv nart of the v mid. when accompanied wun me casu, promptly executed ana scui oy man, ur . 1 At II I ;d- ,s scnune; ...

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. — 14 September 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1872. rfV JPrescott5 Arizona. "MURDER WILL OUT." " Wool, though It sleeps a time yet never dies; The cods on murd'rers fix revengeful eyes." The staple for California left Prescott on the mornincr of Saturday. November 4, 1871, car rying the U. S. Mail and the following named imsen'gera : Frederick W. Loring, Frederick Shoholm, P. M. Hamel, W. G. Salmon, C. S. Adams, Wm. Kruger and Mollie Shepard; driver, John Lentz. Tlie journey to Wicken burg was almost a pleasure trip, for the pas sengers, some of whom looked forward, with pleasure, to the time, not far distant, they then thought, when parents, wives,, children,, histers brothers and friends would be met artd embraced, in far off homes in their native or adopted States. With this ivhite, civilized, feeling upper most i their hearts, coupled with the belief thai they had turned their backs, forever, upon the dangerous Indian country, those whom we have named rolled out of Wickcn burg ...

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. — 14 September 1872

utaaSS . WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1872. SBBBP Weather ProstCrops. jtttt '. dj nve 5,660 Pret,y wsrn ; ,Mr-- Frost came vtry near bclog distilled ' B. .f tliclHh, but early mornlnjr showed . x here on tbe heavy Jew wLlcli apart- nrr' rn and testable. The night of i. . . i lltb. , at 1 1 o'clocc, vrhiu we ud . iOil. and 11 J11 n0t nrprl us. j, i . a we learned tiiat froit bad left It ,a rand Mint Valley, and on Burned 1 .ink God, It m a light frost and WsW" ' nJdam'ei at lcaat wI"1 1 u,- tuclt another irott scared our Drra--slt. . ut of Tuesday, September 6; last wr. fro l'4 not come until about the last day ""fitw'rt of Willow Valley and Lower kiMA-fti"" now caltlnj up corn. No more jM k Jo ,i.-i for oon, and we hopojionc will Jfynaw.?-i report civr reliable information ai rl iut of Interest: mary ox Winds and Weather for Month of August. -Tftlr wi of Thermometer l 7 A.V. 2 r.M. 9 r.M. tJLfv l 76,13 714)0 Witl.t, -'- TXSt ffMO Due poUt. 0.71 71.03 TWO. KMf.4 the...

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. — 14 September 1872

WEEKLY AKIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1872. JPrescott., Arizona, BOUDINOT'S SPEECH. From the Springfield (Missouri) Southwest Colonel E. C. Boudinot, the distinguished Cherokee, made a speech Thursday of last week, at Honey Creek, in the Indian Nation, to a large audionce of Cherokee, Missourians and Arkansans. Ho declared himself to he in favor of a Territorial government for the Indian country, and predicted the passage of the bill now before Congress to organiai the Territory of Oklahoma. The subjoined official Btatistics, which he has collated, was given to his hearers : SVmber of Indian Reservations in tho U. S P7 Sfe. of Indian, including Alaika ',1 No. of Indians in Indian Nation II ifo. or Indian ouUide savage 177,103 Average No. of acre for each Indian in Indian Tcr. ejW Average No. acres for each oue outside Indian Tcr. 57o Tho Indians in Indian Territory, or Okla homa, aro nearly all civilized, and fit for American citizenship. There are 91 Indian tribes, or band...

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. — 21 September 1872

1 - ' - - - f yiimn nr iiyi i jiii im t ' f 'i mp , , ,IM.. mil ..iij u a m WEEKLY mt,- MINER. MLESCOTT, JkHTZOXA, SATURDAY M)RMNG? SEFHEMISER 21, 1S72. EST1BIISHEB lsK. lIlXnEX. .'p&OK JKAEICOPA COUNTY. TS ishefl every Saturday Horning, ...... A T... J County, lri-off Territory, j JOHN 31. HAEION & Co. tlS-TCVAllIABLT IK ADVANCE. SX732SC riXTXIOZST: y, One Sfcar, ix Month?- Three -Months opics .... 400 .... 250 25 inarr. otic time, 5t.00; each additional ,0. Rac additional square, same rate, al discount will be mode to persons con Jjv eami: advertisement for three, six, or onths. clonal and business cards inserted upon It tenns. iasisat Aivjrtissasnts Tvill aot bo iassrtadia uatfl aftsr tfasy shall lu7a bsoa paid for. To!) Xi-iiil.ixi jvnn oflh-i Is tvcll supplied wit)i Presses, hp? and Ornamental Type, and tltc pro are determined to crccuto all -work with cv may lie lnvorul in the neatest and best lu- art. tiny be ordered from any part of thr , and, wben neeompaniud with 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. — 21 September 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 21, 1872. i Mmam, mn , . . . JPrescott, -A-i'izona.- I THE SAME OLD STORY. It will soon be 10 years sinco wc first arrived in this Territory, and,, in looking back over our long residence here, memory fails to point out one week in which one or more white men have not been murdered 1)' Indians, and, in which, valuable property has not been stolen or destroyed by the same people. For five years of this time, our duty, ns editor of this paper, has compelled us to record most of the bloody deeds that have been enacted, as well as to note and comment upon them and the losses that have been sustained by our citizens. And, again, it has fallen- to our lot to view the mangled remains of many of the victims of savage ferocity; to feel for those wIiofo last dollars' worth of property was taken from them ; to lose prop erty of our own ; to be made a target of by Apaches; to be on the watch against sur prise, and to have our hair erect itself, and to ...

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. — 21 September 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 21,. 1872. c w rrr i - : - T f Pr e r.v- i, A Piuu. snr 1- V iMt, i c Apr il lo 3?- XT'. jx- -cott5 Arizona. r rant's Stage Line. on la now dolu- a pretty fair bus ope to see business continue good, iistcad of btick-bo.irds will contin cr the entire route to California, t people have growled at tbe,buck jc people ought to havo recollect the Buimner raontbs, passengers j'w and f tr between, making It next 'or Mr. Grant to keep up the heavy ining 8t.iges. i that the proprietor and bis agents y at any lime during the past sum ages over the route, whenever a i cr of passengers presented them- . Grant has carried our mails regu . c he has contracted to do so, speaks id leads us to hope that from this t)nbseugcr tratllc will enable bini to , regularly, twice a week. tit-' ' ' Of I-"" v f.t ' rftU' r" -a -w i r--. ' Ji ' "' ' T!ir 1 Ufi-' v f " 1 for in.' raaliu . ' freight and Freight Trains. .C. ' & Bro's ox-traln arrived here Sat in:, -.t.'...

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. — 21 September 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 21, 1872. .i ft 1 (Sib if JPrescott? Arizona. Under Green Leaves. Br JULIET COUSON. ? 8ofl light that fall from out the skies, Warm sunshine mixed with shadows green, 8wcet eonjjs of birds that rise between The Summer wind's half uttered sigliB Life's pain and passion far rcnoved, Life's conflict grown as faint and dim As (itarlipht on the purple rim Of misty hills ; m.Y aoui uumoved By mirth, or grief uo f f-n-'o save one Fe!t Hwixt the :noon arid netting sun To lie 'ncath green lazily, To think this were the peace that I fihall And sad jeans hence when I lie At rest 'ncath grcon grass silently I THE DIAMONDS. They are Sent to London for Identifica tion Tho Latest Phase of the Precious Stone Excitement The diamonds tho diamonds which cre ated tho first precious-stono excitement which were exhibited in the Bank of Cali fornia, upon which Mr. Harpending dilated when a Call Reporter interviewed him over which Mr. Lent kept watch and ward in l...

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. — 28 September 1872

6 r v iiit-f-' WEEKLY MINER. VOLUME IX--NO. 39. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1872. ESTABLISHED 1854. asiTvweeiHsHiHiHiHiHM ffiefcjnuLffiBBBjeiiiii ) 35ia r 13 Pbm! every Saturday Morning, AT PRESCOTT, )ar r ' ( ' untIf Arizona Territory, By JOHN" H. MARION & Co. YUMC -INVAKIABLY IN ADVANCE. YJBSCRI3?TIO:N": ,,.er,n, M.eYcar. $7 00 '! ' -:t Months 4 00 1 ireo Months, 2 50 25 ADVERTISING: ir -. one time, $3.00; each additional Eich additional square, same rate, .'ircount viil Ik; made to persons con- On , a:: -4 7 'f '..'HlJl-W. ; and business cards Inserted upon j j"fiu:s M.l ldTerthtmsnts trill not be inserted in u4 j . - s niter tney shall naTe baen paid for. -5 ; . Tjdinp ns money for subscription, al r ? job cork. may forward it by mail, r w it tberr own risk, jr,, " , Tender Xe.tea token at par in payment -riV ' r; ' ' 'i advertising and job teork. Ii orders and letters to THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. Ixie Evening Hearthstone. , , ,ow we pithcr round ...

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. — 28 September 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872. -urn. ggjewco&t9 Arizona. TOTES AND MINING, Yavapai County. , We hav good news from the Del Pasco section of BrstdsliawMduntainswhicb news is to the effect that Jesse Jackson & Co: have strack richer rock tW thehare yet worked. The mill rmmng and Jesse expects to briafcwreijbugh goid one of these- dajrs to swtoowfy.iiSv. v CfepiUlwte ot San-Francisco and the East, wheowrr ititws"1 mines atBlack Canyon, are-talking jjribaBlyQf starting Vork upon Bon fj si(I Brncs. . , . Placer mjning with . paying results is still being prosecuted on Lynx Creek and the Hassayampa. - E. JCook, (one of the owners of .the Ti ger mine), has written us a letter from San Francisco, stating his desire and intention to Btart for home as speedily as possible. Wo learn that it is the intention of P. W. Smith, of the Vulture mine, Wickenburg, to rcraovo his little mill to a point some 8 or 10 miles farther down tho Hassayampa, to the mouth of a dry wa...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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