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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 28 September 1872

. IT S rCHCott5 Arizona. Personal. xtc n'. Hardy, H. ratrldge, Messrs. d -fBcc, arrived licrn recently from , . T Mr.Hardj.startcd back several ' . r A, , post Trader at Carap Bcale Springs, V, -pl our lanks ,or favors received . MtJ, -v, and Jos. Flight t, twp Tetcran Arl r . ip here recently from Pbcwilx, r ot.on of goliis to the diamond fields, we believe, tbey bare about given t;. J' XT ' rante Lcrc on tbe same business, gems. k h.'gs ud John B. Magterson arrived j. d from tbe lower Agna. Fria, witb i. r. a t - 4' '" V if j d '' t our . :Snperinendenl of Jab. Grnpt's . . -4 to California, navigated the six- :..ch recently brought Gen. Gilkm ,-, officers to onr tawu and Fort jTh 'j I ouc of tbe most dextrous i,-.;-. ever seen, and is endowed witb -,. ions which a good, entertaining .. 4 t to. Lave, w ' tnpbol! and other officers, whose ; ,.pcd our memory, passed through er ' V.'t!i:n has presented ns with some Hai?d ranch, which is as good as auy r- soonbere. Tjtig bas finished h...

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. — 28 September 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.:, i. Ik Sparc. JPr-eseott9 Arizona. IjETTEE from oaufqbnia. Los Axgeles, September 9th, 1872. To the Editor of the Arizona Miner: Progress of the Railroad Scheme. At the opening of the scheme to procure railroad communication with Los Angeles by the agency of a subsidy, I stated the partic alarsln my letters to the Miner ; and having commenced and carried this subject through to the present time by successive communi cations. I now propose to give you the partic ulars of tho finale. ,,-. As I have already stated, the Stanford scheme is now before the people, being so placed by the action of the Board of Super visors. This body imagined that it was obliged by statute to adopt this measure in the said scheme. I state this fact simply to show up a piece of left handed consistency. Some weeks after the perfection of this scheme in strict conformity with the wishes and intentions of Messrs. Banning, Wilson and others, the people were 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. — 5 October 1872

j i 1 1 j i - ji twit r fj f i 1 c i . NER. VOLUME IX-NO. 40. PRESCOTT, A1UZ0NA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1S72. ESTABLISHED. 1844 I S ; utaslied every Saturday Mornings ... AT .. EESCOTT, County, Arizona Territory, 3y JOHN H. MARION & Co. vIS -INVAltlABLY IN ADVANCE. 5 One Year, $7 00 5ix Months 4 00 Three Months, 2 50 V ?? 25 ;. - 4i;rc. one time, $3.00; each nddltlonal , , V) Kaeh additional square, same rate, s, 'ii lUcouBtwill be niade.to -persons con ,r ' ' same advertisement for three, six, or i i . . ha. l-f.,fv-- Jtl and ljtislucss cards Insertc'd upon" t v ! inns. Trv nt Adrertiseiasnts will not be Inserted Id " jtw- r after they shall hare ben paid for. :v )i. (-ending us money for subscription, ,- . i- i r Job work, may forward it by mail, ,-, 4 r , at thoir own risk. it" l r if Tender Notes taken at par in payment f.,r tu'.t t it ion, adocrtiting and Job work. juur. . ...I orders and letters to -THi3 MUTER," Proscott, Arizona. Parallel Railroad. Thirty-! i.- nond...

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. — 5 October 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : ' PBESCOTT, OCTOBER 5, 18T2. Sevfitwn ilpiche Brave's Silled 5.MifO :l i-A - (Prow ihe XrSBKKxtra of October lit. J .We hare :ftp tbank-'God, Lieutenant Max Wiaflirf-5i. enlisted men ot Troop A, First Cavilr,-citizens -Jcfon-Fr T6wnsnd and Willard B&e; ot'flm countf, for anotbl-Ti(ty,.ovr'Apcbe Indians, the partiraljyp. $f .which" were T roTato(l; to ps. this (Tuesday; afternoon oy ma, gstmui, soldier, -T&omas McGregor,-Captain of tho victorious Cowpany which, particulars "are as follows: '"" Early Monday Bom?ug'lt,tftecthe com mand, had found j three repentjy deserted ranchHas, - arid winle ToWnsend wis some distai Tee ahead, fbllowlnga fresh trail up 'Squaw- PcakjS'.abputr '$0 iilej frorpj-PrcscAtt, he met an Indian coming towards hi n on the ttrail, whom ho killed'; tlie Cavalry then dashedfrdVwardjlMfdj wTtlf their pistolsj shot down 17 ablpj;bodiel Indians.. One woman was takch'priibiArV- " " ' r ' The Indians-who were.-ia force, fled, after .they...

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. — 5 October 1872

ARIZONA MINER : ; PRESeQTT, OCTOBER 5; l'87l;" soatt, Arizona. Personal, Etc. v rrr, U. 8. A., And fatnHy, started . i, several dajs a?o, Tor Carap Pccwaus to reaving. Major Carr and , fc 'jrcd i with a visit. . , . rArx, OqI. Crittenden and daugh- tr fit. a et i Hanlpal, were in town last week. (r:i t icrry started to co to bis rich j. V- ounty, Sunday last. i t : JjrJB, Indian Agent, rce$nt!jr of ti ; irultlnK bis health in our town. , v . P. Head and W. !i! 'ifeliings no air Saturday last, by Grant iUrt fcr :-"Mn wlu oon 8lart for California t3H . vsihuwason load of young frnit trees, n ftc. for ariners-of Marteop and yj r- ' v Cook, Judge John Jloward anil r.UO Fiirrt started south by stage, Wednesday ii:. Moore, of Maricopa Wells, has wAtoi l' rul to place her thrc children at f-liOOl ' A ..mi II. "VV." Boone, started for 8an ,-.uc' wa'. ;o;npany B,-of the 21st. He has ir - d from duty in this Department and ji tei "t r"rt ai H.n Francisco for annulment of cow t , I)r mljf, A. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 5 October 1872

W3SEKLT ARIZONA MIKER : FRESCO-IT, 1872: '-"J- - - 4 JPrescoi t Arizona. c-8JIER0AI TALK Some Ciomi papers talk as if it were bcttled ttat the California end of the Texas and-Paciftcroad cannot and will not l)e built t direct from JTortJiuma to San Diego, owing to tU mcnnuiia barriers that rise up between both places, but, that the road will be built in the direction of San Bernardino and Los Angeles, .until the pass San Gorgonia is reached, when a branch road will bo run to San Diego. Should these surmises prove true, freight and passengers will have to pur sue a ycry roundabout course in order to get to San Diego, and it will come to pass that San Diego will not even be a way station up on the great overland railroad, but, on the contrary, rather an out-of-the-way place, to which an engine and cars may occasionall run. We, of course, do not hope for any such happening, and beg our brethren of the Press of Los Angeles and other towns to cease "scaring" the San Diegans. San Francisc...

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. — 12 October 1872

W--, , ... ?- (My ka ., .,MjaMahTa w---- 1 - c - vr - - 'Hr " I PSES?"1'"' ' : , - --- . - . tj : r i a VEEKLY MINER. in rtl TOIiTJME IX--NO. 41 J PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1872. ESTABLISHED ISte. SawaBMjPjCaPjj aBBgMaMs"' "TPsSiKjjf mBi "" P:L-tfJ JDeO.JL.1. -HiJrtl Published every faUrday Homing-, PBESCCTT, y,r County, JLnrona Territory, By JOHN H. MARION & Co. TRM3 INVAKIABLT IN ADVANCE. SUBSC RrPTJOJr": ryr. rt. One Year, $7 00 Six Jdontb. , 4 00 Three Months, 2 50 - 25 ADVERTISING: . ire, one time, S3.00; each additional 4 f - '. , Each additional square, same rate. A r- . discount will be made to persons con . t i ni advertisctaent for three, six, or lf rt tlMKlthS. Pr nal and baslncss card inserted upon ryii ' ' terms. '"Iruient Adrcrti!seats wQl act be laasrtedia . .til ifVjr tlsy ihall have bses paid for. f tending ns money for subscription, ,;,..: or job -work, may forward it by mail, w sc, at their own risk. ' " Tender Xoiet taken at par in paym...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 October 1872

I WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, OCTOBER 12, 1872. Prescot t5 Arizona. MINES AND MIKING. Thirty-fifth Parallel Railroad. Upon the first page of last week's Miser,. we printed some correspondence concerning the Thirty-fifth Parallel Railroad. Although it is reported that the proposed aid from the ;frm EVfinrisco to the Atlantic and Pacific Company, which has a Government It pitches into a recent letter to the Miner, Jnckson.Tc McKinnen Jmd -Tames parallel, is not likely to be given, we yet do V'naiveaAn town Wednesday If4, fwm not despair of the early construction of the jr 11 Pasco mill. Mr. Jackson has hib ftv1 to us two good-sized bars of ld, the pro- taU)ns,6fVre wbu h ho recently.workcd. Owing to the ', jty of water, the mill and 'arastras arc n tr Idle. The Eagle lode, upon which 3Iessrs. j kson & Shoup, have had men at work, bids fair to be the monarch lode of the'Brad shaw region. It is very rich in gold and of immense size. Already, a tunnel twenty eight feet in length...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 October 1872

II aWtfHl - -- " - V 'taaja Sjfijljljw 'l jji, ) .?-, - - f WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, OCTOBER 12, 1872. w0 a mrncAL treat. , r , nine last, there assembled at the - Billow a good if HBsabcr of the tilralry of Prefcot all beat on In dian whereby the dtires of Pres f treated to an afterBOOB'. perform .Ulj celebrated Rmd orthd 23d In- which performance, the leader and " .Id Band might make, a little cash, a, them for lime epeiit in giving ut - t "." was orgauircd by electing CapU , President, and ourself Secretary. . ,.f ;be meeting was then explained by ifter which motions were put and ,.4r.b have hrouffht out the following Correspondence. Pkescott, Oct. 8, 18?2. .. T p.nxEK, Band Master 23d Infantry, Djuh r ik -u -Fi.-u uugUwu, ofk Bi:m uas Giscourca lor us, amceiing c.j., o( this-placc Yas' called this even- g t ' unanimous voted to tender you Ufnr; - rynrt to be gtven In this town at any ? rgCi' v. -c:: jour convenience.-. I h Jewell, Chairman Committee. a r . 'i Fort Whipple...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 October 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, OCTOBER 12, 1872. JErescott, Arizona. A Stream That Hurries By. TJT OEUALD OttimS. The Btrcam that hurries by yon fixed shoro V Returns no more: The wind that dries at morn yon dewy lawn HmailiM and Is tronp' Those withered flowers to rammer's rlpenlDgrfflow No more shall blow; Those fallen leaves that atrew yon garden bed For aye arc dead. . Of laugh, ef jceCbf inirtb, of pleasnrepast, Nothing shnYl last; On shore, on sea, on. bill, on vale, on plain, Naught shall remain ; Of all far which poor mortals vainly mourn, Nought Biiall return ; ' Life h2i his hour In Heaven and earth beneath, And so iath death. Notl the chnjtos that clank in eastern clime Can fetter Time ; FortSl the p'jiais in tho doctor's store Yorvtb comes no more ; No-Jrug on. Age's wrinkled check renews Life's early hues ; Not aJl tb c tears that pious mourners shed Can wake the dead. Pat all spring gives, and winter takes again, Wo grieve In vain ; Vainly Jbr sunshine fled, and joys...

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. — 19 October 1872

1 J liUME iX-m 4-2.2 JVLAJMBH LETIEE PE01C CALIPO&KIA. ...nedewry Satay Morning, PRESCOTT, HUZOKA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1S72. EEOK UEA.VER BISTEICT. -M- -IKVAIOABLT IN ADVANCE mc Year. -iix Months ........... TiirecMonths, 250 'a, - .25 "Los Ango.es, Cal., October 4, 1872. 7b tfie Blitor of the Arizona Miner: 1 T?T7,iOtrT"T aieepy campaign. A Tou people mvay out there in Arizona "dunhf, Arizona, Territory, wio lae no voice in the national politics JQHHJ5. MARION &.Go. 10 n,,m wi""cver President and Con- creas cue States inav ReWr iLm.nM1, ri that vou are out and injured in various par ticulars which arise from your dependent condition. I know that this feelinz nervades $7 00 1 w,c Acrnuines, anu mat while 4 00 uieJ 00 noc Question the constitutionality of uie aecree which entitles them at most to voiceless representatives in Congress, they do AXTSTHnaTTSTSTGr: M . j"wj as a "ruie oi civil action." on time. S3.00: .aod. .amri liat as,ae lrom thc more comprehensive fe...

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. — 19 October 1872

V I weeiSly Arizona miner: prescott, October 19, i872. ' ran. j JPKe s c ott ? Arizona. THE BLOODY RECORD CON TINTJED. Serg. Stewart and three Soldiers Killed ' Near Crittenden. A Mexican Killed and Horses Stolen at Hughes' Rancb. We Imve been farorcd ith the following copy of a letter from Lieut. Hall, narrating the. circumstances of the killing of live men by the Apaches, and commendjts perusal to all advocates of the peace policy: Camp Chittenden, A. T., Oct. 1, 1872. Acting Assistant Adjutant General, Dcpart- vient of Arizona, Prescott, A. T. : Sir: I have the honor to report, that at about 11 a. m., September "30th, it was re ported to me that the Indians were attacking Mr. Hughes' ranch, about two miles from this post. I saddled up immediately and started for the place, with twelve of my company, all the available force I thought it prudent to take away from the garrison at the time. On reaching the ranch, I found the Indians had killed a Mexican and stolen three horses, after...

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. — 19 October 1872

y.t- "WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, OCTOBER 19, 1872. i 1 i i 1 w I i ' :cxl the "Bkmwd" Rolds. ftjalsl ' IS" fa . aieii Kansans arrived in 1'nscott . -, jrom the Fort Defiance region, i ,ct and conversed vrllh I. Q. IMcka- . -4 of the I'rcscott party. These gen. . it in some beautiful smoked qoartz other precious tae&. Tbcj' fy found two rubies for which hu bad ,f40 a piece Another person bad for which be bad been offered :imond expert. 'Satarday of hut week terotfct as Ibwder, tyrfttfttagaftdHpfct lowers oTrralu. Bwmtoyrt tcrsooa, it nUwsd for several boars, ad ttranlte tnscK receive a fresb supply of water. Thl TaSn was pretty general all over Ute mem Prietta ana loot-Mil. Jrightened Away. flirbt which Lieutenant Wctien , jand recently bad with tbc Apaches, '. .-rde,-ai Indian -woman Tnihcd up d, was brought Into Tort Whipple, , ;d otherwise taken care of, until a when, lor some reason, she tolc .ho' . -. "ol sine2 been seen or "heard of. .K- is a Mohave, and had been cap ...

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. — 19 October 1872

ARIZONA MTNER: TftESCOTT, OCTOBER w ... r t t ; 1 i . i '. -J - ; r .1 1... ii -' ' - : -: -s - ,i r - l rescott, Arizona. A Welcome to Agassiz. (TtM following, which was criminally pnhlMbed in the Sa Francisco Jlullttin, M the most appropriate thing on tb- subject of any we have seen in verso since the advent f tlrt Illustrious scientist to our shores.' Alon 6lx-tamidred miles of shore, I hoard one day the breakers roar ; i i A cliccrysallor-like refrain It trended far acroBS the main, And iilie the mists It Eccnicd to rise, r t.-.rs of joy in friendly cjc9. -; 5 I nut. In one grand jteroration, ' ' It burst in hearty salutation! . How the animal creation . Had a welcome jubilation, And the sea-stars nd Said, Wc hope that he will And us , And the whelks d- vcrtM Laughed tbclr faces fml of wrinkles, And the cnibs-ahd lobsters, too, Drummed on their ahclls a brisk tattoo, Aud.the Octopus punctactu Coined the jolly jubilators, While the festive trap-door spider Filing l gate a little ...

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. — 26 October 1872

v WEEKLY MINER OLUME IX--NO. 43. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER , 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1S64. IS , hed every Saturday Morning, A T a PBESCOTT, County, Arizona Territory, Tv JOHN H. MARION & Co. VS-IKVAKIABLY IN ADVANCE. SUJJSC Riirrio: , One Year. Six Month Thrco Months, pitM, .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 A.T) VKRTIS riSTG: ,iiro. one time, 5.1.00; each additional I i. Each additional square, same rate. ' discount will be made to persons eon ' c same advertisement for three, bIx, or ntlis. jnal and business cards inserted upon terms. ient Ad7erti33m5nts will not bo Inserted in itll after they shall haya been paid for. sending us money for subscription, s or Job work, may forward It by mail, use, at their own risk. jal Tender Notes taken at par in payment ption, advertising and job work. all orders and letters to 3B MINER," Pre3cott, Arizona. ItXI MARICOPA COUNTY. ;(ENix, Maricopa County, A. T., 1 October 18th, 1872. J J 1 ' itor of the Arizona Miner : Items. A. ws from Tcmp...

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. — 26 October 1872

WEEKLY AEIZONA MINER : PEESCOTT, OCTOBER 26, 1872. f PreBcctt, Arizona. POLITICAL. As this is the last number of the Miner hat will be seen by all our Territorial rcd- srs previous to the General election, Novctn cr 5, next, wc wish to impress upon all legal 'otcrs the importance of their going to the jolla and voting for candidates of their choice. For Delegate to Congress there is but one randidatc R. C. McCormick and he, we ;hink, is deserving the support of all good ritizens and true friends of tho Territory regardless of politics. He la to be our at torney at Washington for the next two years, and a largo Tote will give him strength to plead our cause and secure for us rights which we are fully entitled to, but which have heretofore been denied us, owing to our paucity of numbers. An illy taken census has been used as an excuse tor denying us rights end privileges, and now let us show that, despite " Pcaco " fanatics, Indian Ring barnacles and murder ous Apaches, our Territory ...

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. — 26 October 1872

y Of jyr-tt. Arizona. v- -i Wickenburg. jd. TV. Wdls, J. H. Beban aad c from Wlcktnliun; Tnef n two of Grant's mail traonB. tnjocralic candidate for fbciifi; Bne pUce, on borse-back. He , Camp Dale Crock, VeepleF, R VallfTS, aad mjb be believes .ttidc tJKt-e precincts are OodL sas l-eea absent from tbis pine . bis untacrous friends are de el hta to stsj L ere f-e vera days. tl Xoaey Order System- sj-tcr at tbifc place, inlonns tjs 3 to Hne postal money orden. in tbe German Empire, so tbai a scdI money to Germany can ire of tbis very sere mode of e '- ibont to SelL r & h. s jtfc in burc one daytbis-K-eel: and be teas about to ncll bifi farm, owrx AnaFrla, to Mr. Gonzales, of tbc leKt in tbe county, bat tirefl of tbe Lustiest, and vriU un tbe mountains. I . ?rtJ Camp Bate Creek. , . it letter from Camp Date Creek -ieol. Win. .7. VolUtuar, ih. Cut-i.-r - an excellent commanding officer, g- n- - iHHu bis buy contract to tbe k . patbered pretty pood crops. , - formerly of I'rewjott, ...

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. — 26 October 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, OCTOBER 26, 1872. 1 lit vn.invr Prescott, Arizona. Camp Bowie Correspondence. CAMP JSoWIK, A. T. October 10, 1872. October 10, 1872. To t7ie aifor of the Arizona Miner: , , . . - r,,t ! our correspondent has intended Cant. J. A. Sladcn, J. F. May, who have just am- ved from Cachise's camp in the Dragoon Mountains, where General Howard has been j holding a peace meeting for the past ten days. Thr Dragoon Mountains arc reported to be the most natural fortress in the Territory. Cachise's band numbers about 200 at present, and more are daily arriving at his camp. Captain Sladen reports everything in refer ence to peace measures as going on admirably with the great Chief and his tribe, who, it is aid, arc very anxious to come U terms. Cachisc says: "I am getting old and now T want peace.'' The proposed Council will soon be commenced, as all the warriors have come in. A reservation will be set apart at an early day, for Cachise and his band. The exact local...

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. — 2 November 1872

MINER t 't ,TJXE IX-SO. 44-j PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORXIXG? XOTE3CBEH 1S72. ESTABLISHED is. - i .d erry Satarity Jlfcnung-, RE?5COTT. mini, Arizona Territory, 1HK H. IKAHTOTf & Co. INVAKIAIILT IK ADVANCE yw -. -g jjg I nc "X Months. 4 00 STWoatbk,. . .v. 250 25 -s.. . orjt time, 3.0!); wun add titan! Each tuJ d itiraial wjnare. Kirn n rate. count will lc mode 10 persons can toe adTTlLscracntJontiinsc, six,or 1 and Iroslnest cards Inserted njen -ma. t AswtissaBats wEi cat b 5asrte2 ir after thst tasJl hm bssa inic far. j and ruling nf monev ftr satKcruitlnit, , ion worii. mav lorwarc it ny met!, ; at their own nsk. Tmner Isairs- taXat at par in payment -t, vJirrrilting anil Job irarL, ordsvaad letter to XTJKTIE," Preacoct, Arizona ZONA TEEBITOEY. mr, tiresnme rid? on ocean, gulf1 -om San Prandscco to Arizona .e iirst-time et myfootiUpon the nuch talked of and much alued Arizona City is indeed a dimal mpresscs a stranger first entering -y very uuiavorahly. But uat--ances are...

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. — 2 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER 2, 1872. seott, Arizona. t2 , " SONES AND MINING ' "'While tlicrc are in this Territory scores and, pcrlians, hundreds of lodes of gold, sil ver and 'cfyipr-Scnring rock" that would pay -jrelUf-properly worked, it is liard for us to have to admit that there js now in the whole TerrU(rryMmt one quartz mill Mr. Borgcr's that .slicing ruti-; all the others being idle ; nor are there any furnaces running. No, not onc.Yet;mcn arc at work, arastraing, and making money by this elow process. Surely', (lien, there" must be some reason why the mills arc idle and the furnaces cold as. tho -material of which they arc construct or "There is .-Treason; yes, several reasons : In "the first place, the mines to work the ore of ,whicli, mills have been erected were not propurln opened. 2d. No pro vision was made at 'the atart7or reducing refractory ores. 3d. AlnioVfcfcry minc that has' been opened as far as the water line has at and below that depth, yielded ...

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