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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 November 1872

, NOVEMBER 2, 1872, met. LATEST yTT, SPECLkl xoncEs. I PfiESCOTT. fevm Til ihm vi- - - . . .. . F O R. s.X-3S. Good or Million I Mtripi Peon's TkkiC r1 MINER i Baa- (ViV ! Tt I MARICOPA COIinL i xa&isat sc ;& al I! T ! .... Sir. seta bocrfcx nmr m n .- t . jacoi. iwiua Aetor the Apache- , . 1.!: i Her, tier wiH be penaktcd t a xracuoa owr 2r . j . IVairer awwa3r laat. wi tbe " 7 " thenar.) wtll icffCTca. Crook at th pilar and fchLlm ojaa the peilicv io be par , i with the Krrnrrs. 1 aai several cosverftaiioa with Xj- aliorily n-tonj 10 Prescoit. Tbe .dJcfcitry Band will jAsv the foiknrrar sScwetbat Ixh bcart k la ibr ?irfa . ,Jna (Bainrdsj) tftcrsnoa. S, Dc5 from ihc Open Soma. "Miro oraiaT BdlinL . he it x upw-wracr Lerc, a fir&ijcts aracberj of tbc Aadjct. infanari iir. Jbs Ih&i the re acd Ibe ApocitfvTiisia Iaflacsi spin romr epos tbc rcKrmaoa WcH, xbra, rlr dco'l ibcj prorc br eorolnr In ? Tbt viy 1 clear so i fkur and oibca- coatrmtsor wtralS ppyxo fanrifcfa 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. — 2 November 1872

MM WEEKLY ARIZOMA iWEIT: 1 KEG6tT, NOVEMBER 2; 1872!, ' 4 1 CM JPreseott5 Arizona. Patientia.7 4- Toil on, O troubled hrnin With nnxlons thonphtt and busy scones protest; Ere long relisisc 6hall reach thee. A brief pain Then Kest! Watch still, O heavy eyes. A little longer must ye visll keep ; And lo! your lids shall close at morning's rise, In sleep. aT Throb yet, O aching heart, 'Still pulse the flagging current without cease When yo.il a few hours more have played your part, Comes L'cacc! Hear up then, weary soul ! Short is the path remaining to be trod Lay down theflcaby shroud and touch the goal Then God, Tunnel Eights. Important Decision by tho General Land Office Commissioner. Our Washington correspondent, says the San Francisco TiuUdin, sends us the following important decision of the General Land Office, which determines a question of great practical interest in relation to c Tunnel Kights," under the new mining law : Dhp1t ok Interior Gen' i. Land Office, ) Washington, D. ...

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. — 9 November 1872

ggl MINER. VOLUME IX--NO. 45. , every Saturday Horning, .... AT . . . PBESCOTT, fyunty, Arizona Territory, J; JOHH H. XABION & Co. tl INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. SITBSCRII?XI02?3-: ,. One Year, Six Months Three Months, plea, .$700 . 400 . 250 25 At) VJC RTIS I2TG: ire, one time, 1.00; each additional ",v Each additional square, aarae rate, dlncount will be made to persona con- urae advertisement for three, alx, or . all . )nal and buslncaa cards Inserted upon term?. ibat Adrertiwmeata will not ba inwrtod In itfl after taef shall hare besn paid for. lending us money for subscription, r or Job work, may forward It by mail, , at their own risk. tal Tender Nates takrn at par in payment ftian, adeertising and job work. il orders and lcticrs to jr MINER," Prescott, Arizona. FnOK xaeicopa county. r3 Tr"' (KSix, Mrfricopa-County, A. T., ) November 1st, 1872. J Hot of the Arizona Miner : "turday evening, by way of house the youth and beauty of Phoenix ,ty had a ball in the new house of w r Co...

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. — 9 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : iPKESCOTT, NOVEMBER 9, 1872. JRrescott Arizona. THE HINiyg OUTLOOK. Late rrctrs from San Francisco is not of a nut u re (o gfre encouragement to the hope long entertained by AriZonnn tliat the mining capitalists of California arc in any thing like a hurry to lend assistance in 'the matter of developing the mineral resources of cw Territory, and, as "hope deferred Iffofatn tfio heart sick," we confess to a fight squeamishrtess in the region of that important member of our machinery. But, fcnbwi'ng, fiilf tfclf, that ie will never do to "give up the ship" at this late day in the btttSe, wff are for "fighting it out" on the tfne fotig held by us. Furthermore, we are in favor of advancing said line and commenc ing the work before us anew, with greater vigor, more earnestness, stricter economy i ban ever beforei California ban hef surplus cash in grain, and will not reallKe from the speculation for several months to come. California capital ists know and admit that...

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. — 9 November 1872

WEEKXY KWmWL IVIINEIpSscOTT, NOVEMBER 9. 1872. flu ft? i T . OOlrt"- Arizona. lo THE "WEATHER. ,i -a very windy rtad .disareeaWe. - !it showers ii ruin and bail full, ,. ; stiow la the mountains. Since c liad warm, sunshiny days, -with Urn.!". ' ' - h tvemlwr , 3871, two laches of - rfertti, wlilcli leads us to the bopc a thtrmonth. a true and correct account of .in teflro'oc -r4 Register far the Month of jjrtcw r . v iota October, 1872. 7 x.u. 2 r.n. fl r.M. M.W M.M 47.10 57.53 52.1 fi ,.tr point. 4235 51 JO J3 ..... ( :, u . iu tUrruiumctei, 22i Mas-.- Obserratirai osd B&a of Fern. : sn 8 : SW j W j nw 5 '7 ?,T 7 1! ffl 7 j 7 , j 4 ten, (). Ko. day uf ruin and hail, 3. of cold during llif inotitU, niiniiaum Vlulmr 2fi, at 7 a. ni. Two lain ihoK itli not mnaf tirulilr. M. It. STiwm, IIoltal Stctrard. ' V A Splendid Animal. n.aptdfiecnt hbort-horn, full-blooded ,(! Durham bull was in town Tuesday ' frce.to nay that he wa the oh i. H (bscrvcr. Mr. Lee brought this ! more than a j...

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. — 9 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER. 9, 1872; Prescott, Arizona. "THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. BY 110 X. R- D. COWEN. Tn the exciting days of Kansas emigration tlpoet Tnd the oralor jnJW the Lardy and adventurous emigrant to brave the dangers of his flJJt Western ky was golden-hued, and his i ardent hopes and eager Tmasinattou pic td tttrc a paradise, awaiting his occupancy Dan er could not intimidate, hardships d id not dis courage, fear of death did not appall., lhcre to a romantic attraction in the emigration tf lhosc days, which the danger secinei on y to heighten. The pious settler, juth his .Ws rifle and his Bible, became the fervid i, f.jmfhe chosen uronajrandist teV" the eW of freedom. He marched wuu aiii.uuatu.uj, unquestioning courage of the psalm-smg.ng i -r.--.j i u nlmntinf his creed in nasal "JIOUUU-UUUU, " "O , lone the ridicule, as he was afterward the terror, of the scolhng bouuiern cavauer. rri..; nf nmirrration still Hows on o. --o. frtrminff cities snnnc tin as it i ...

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. — 16 November 1872

. ....... . ---kMi..fv:sriWf Ji MINER. HE IX-XO. 4G.J PRESCOTL AMZOSiL SATUKDAT MOIiSim 50TEXBER Id, 1ST. ISTiBUSHED ISM. t Tery Saturday Morning, , rJ&UXL JCAiilCOr A COUKTY. ' raeellent sugarcane. In bis orchard be ha fig, apncox, peach, apple, and plom tret f Coming to Arizona. Song- Baby. ....AT.... r JOKK H. HAHIOK 4; Co. Phctx, Maricopa Count A. T 1 . JL, UfTZ' 7 , " ! lrttal Govern tier 3 th, 1S72. , , , - i srenl individuals m Truckec -are makiaci f To iht flif7r or" tht Aristma Mixer; Prom early mom till late at night, election ! ttknnnnfwt f . .V... .. . : TT: - uuinwiH ui nun nic HUHiii. frisson. ills , rr . . . peach trees bore some this Tear. The Tine- -j- , . " , T- , , - m. l , - ; diamonds m Arizona, and New Mexico. They 1 vsrrl contain ?. (Yin. yt-c n-liit-V -nrw3 rK3 ' . . . . dnv fttlT n r,rA,,.r,j . .fwu1 ' r...-, propose ioratea tund surnsient to end oat Anama Territory, j ."M,e.of.lU!ipafeWj past year, and fccias7,000 :Ln , fbr the neriod r,U4Ci,m-v- Bcwwl ...

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. — 16 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER 16, 1872. Ik fr ess JPrescott, Arizona. THE OUTLOOK ' Lite news from Wallapai Mining District, in Mohave county, is of a nature to encour age all Arizonaiis and their friend?. Deep, shafts arc now down upon several lodes, and we have letters from Mr. Samuel Todd, (Sir. Win. II. Hardy, .Mr. L. C. Welbourn, and rother gentlemen of good judgment and well 'known veracity, all saying that the ore is plentiful and rich. Then, 3Ir. H. F. Baker, is lhard at work, erecting his furnace and feels confident of being able to work the ores of the district. L. 0. Welbourn and others have rormcdthcmselves into a company and arc pitching in. The copper miners of Williams Fork are taking out and shipping ore to San Francisco, but as copper has recently fallen in price, wc fear they will not make much by shipping at this time. Yuma' county miners arc taking out ore from the Castle Domo mines, and shipping it to San Francisco. Las Plnnchasla Plata mines, awaj o...

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. — 16 November 1872

I ( hi t ,f f fw C9B 1..s-ott5 Arizona, MORE SHOOTING. ,ft.--ioon last, as the Band or tbc 23d , .1;. ouraln nwcct mtnlc, the rauslc i , wiw hcird upon the e'euin;r 12 a crowd congregated arouud ' i caloon ou Montezuma street, we .. motion, and, on nrriviiij; at the - k j Il:K!nP4i Inicd that John David . . shot? from hit pistol at a man :Uat one hot had hit Mr. Smith jtlicr in the breast and the third, h 1. Vc looked around- lor u corpse, jicover one, m Mr. S. had Junt T-r : Or. Kendall' drug store to hare , . ,;-.s-cd. 4 '..ij-ui Jennings was on hand, to ca ll..': to jail; and Dejnity Sheriff, St. , ; just in time to be one of the pro j. soon after discovered that, al ; -inith had hied freely, none of his i .nscrou, o Mr. Davis was let out ,. Mr S.nlth was taken to the hospital I. 1. ..! I.- I- ..1 0' , ill. "HLTy, IO OiIU, UC U CIMI1X . - , i- these events I( about as follows: !. i,l, a day or two previous to the :,.f in here from the vicinity of Camp i hud money and spent it lik...

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. — 16 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER): F&ESCOTT, NOVEMBER 16, Ik Minn. Prescotta Arizona, Deep Cultivation of the Soil. Often, during the past Gve year?, have we implored our farmers to plow deep and culti vate well. Some of them, like the Messrs. Bowers of Woolsey Valley, have done so with good success. Those who have not done so and who do not believe in doing so, may change their tactics after reading the following from an able agricultural exchange : "What -are the advantages of deep culti inti nsV nn exchange, and we nroceed to answer: The farmer gains by it in a larger ?mount of eoil into which the roots of his plants can penetrate more deeply and spread nut M.mv farmers obiect. and sav that the agricultural plants do not send down deep roots, and hence deep plowing is useless. But the plants will send down their roots deeper if the lower layers of soil are loosened. They will hava strong ana lull stains ana give ncu crops. Long spells of drouth or of rain are not so injurious with deep c...

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. — 23 November 1872

J I 1 . y - v . it J 7 J JL. V . -if,. EEKLY MINER VOLUME IX-NO. 47. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1S64. J r t IS t rr a F ri03 MIljEaiE. I s .shftd every Saturday Morning, AT pnESCOTT, 3 r n ' -unfy, Arizona Territory, '-jtj JOIOT E. KAMOK Ic Ct . -rj.jfs -iSVAKIABLT IN ADVANCE. S UJBSC BIFl'ION: trr . t cneTnr, ,....$700 ; Honths 4 00 Three Moalhs, 250 fC' "'"t 25 c r a" -ne time, $3.00; each additional ' st S O Each additional square, same rate. A ----f .:eountUU be raada to persona con t a ; r ianilc etaesAleemeat for three, all, or, j r. .iul r.d bwtuau ,crda Inaerted npon ' ?" TTt-Mt Aararthiamw rttl j&pt b iuarWla KJ Pr shell mie far. K fading as raenav (for anbscription, xi ft ' ,ror job work, may forward 'it .by mall, - - H: s1, l their own risk. p - 3. Twkr JVbr taktnat par. in payment V tJs sn, advertising andjtb work. -"Vij ii orders and letters to , -THU MUfER," Freecott, Arizona. ' FEOK KARICOPA COUNTY. Pho:kix, Maricopa County...

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. — 23 November 1872

.tea tat. 1Mf it WEEKLX AEIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER 23, 1872. ... i X 64 i -Mi t lis if I m 1 , ssaalt : JPrescott Arizona. MININft ITEMS. Mohave County. Col. H. F Baker's furnace is being erected nt Chloride. The Colonel S spoken of, by California papers, as a good quartz man, and vrc hope he will be successful. A recent letter informs us that the Lone Star Mining Company, of Mineral Park, had incorporated with a capital stock of $50,000, which is dirided into 5,000 shares of $10 each. Directors: Samuel Todd, Jos. Marks, Wm. A. Mix, J. TV. Munn, and L. C. Wel bourn. The Company have levied an assess ment of 10 per share j. have advertised for proposals for sinking shafts, &c, and are, by this time,t work. The assessments re to be jpaid on or before the first of next month. ' By same letter wo learn that the Empire, Cupel, '03 and other lodos, which are pros pected by Bhafts over 120 feet in depth, were looking well, and have given great confidence. The ore of the Empire r...

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. — 23 November 1872

1 Yt.x Wlckenbnrg. apai County, i in our town, c Court matters. Mr. Wkkcn- i - lcn honored with an election of which body he will make anl f , UUi LbUU'l lUIIUIUtCUUtUb vt i , , arrived from UicBame place. . . - . . a " L m t he i doiu" every thin" dob1- 7 a? publiend we ca tratSr : "turcehot" on feuding niaih f t A Fire. td 11 o'clock, on the night of : n fire wat obtcrved on the ranch ich, near l'rescott, and, on going -.. fT Beban md Deputy Shcrin"L. . d oUkt persons found thcout and pct to work to save what I .. employes on the place were - , p in the dcJling-housc. The . . ' a calf and hog were burned up. (hluk that the fire war started by w h- r, tliat it was accidental. Court Hatters. Judge Tweed coraracnccl its .' Ut; a grand jurx, composed of i : med citizens, was rmpan;lled: J. IL Flcrson, II. BrooVn, (Jeorge !, B. Fottcr, J. W. .TohnRou, V. ; ibli, Geo. Tinker, ilen. GardiatT, i. E. G. MitcbcU, il. I'lumridgc, T. . May, Geo. ilammond, Jno, L. ' . 'Tc Carr. . J.er finishiv...

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. — 23 November 1872

JPrescott, Arizona. Inscription over a Persian Spring. Beneath the6 palm trees flows this fountain, In endless gush, the joy-tears of yon mountain. Soft-gurgling clear, It bubbles here Amidst the sweet-exhaling flowers, O'er which the rock-cliff sternly lowers.. O, pilgrim f as your parched lips lave it. Tour out your thanks to him who gave it. Changes in Practice Courts. in U. S. Wc give the main features of thebill recently passed by Congress modifying the practice and proceedings in the courts of the United States. As will be seen, it makes several im portant changes : An Act to farther the Administration of justice. DIFFERENCE OF OPINION BETWEEN JUDCrS. Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Re presentative of the United Stales of America in Congress assembled. That whenever, in nny nutt or nroccedincs in a circuit court of the United States, being held by a justice of the Supreme Court, and the circuit judge and a district judge, there shall occur any differ ence of opinion be...

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. — 30 November 1872

V 1 T tJK I 1 IK WEEKLY Bg MINER u si f VOLIDIE IX--NO. 48. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNESG, NOVEMBER SO, 1S72. ESTABLISHED lSGl IS Punushod every Saturday Morning, AT I'RESCOTT, ..(, County, Arlsom Territory, By JOHN H. MARION & Co. .Ml INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. - TJXJSC RIPTIOJT : . 'ne Year. Sir Month T!ire Months, 'fK'l, .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 i AJDVICRTISHSTGr: -4 at -, one time, $3.00; each additional f ! Kar:h additional square, same ratn. i vr il dieount will be made to persons con iv name advertisement for three, Bix, or it'-", i ! r r . IT- .I I. ' i . .i. Pima County Official. Canvassed by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Yavapai, Territory of Arizona, as returned to the County Recorder of said County, at the General Election held in said County, Tuesday, November 5, 1S72. CO pj c re V5 3 3 ft 2. O N 2 C c H o a: H 1 and business cardit inserted upon rms. ;t Adrertlsemento will not be inserted la -iter thof sbt.ll hare bean paid for. - Hng us money for cubs...

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. — 30 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER 30, 1872. r m JP?-escott, Arizona. ABOUT PRECIOUS STONES. Messrs. J. N. Savage, C. R. Jones, Mr. Page, Mr. Kim and Mr. Alexander five men arrived here in the afternoon of Friday of last week, direct from the precious stone plant, in the neighborhood of Fort DeGance. They came in a wagon, over the new route cm Camp Verde, and encountered no hostile Indians. They brought with them several hundred pounds of stones of every size and color. They say they will soon return, and profess to have unbounded confidenco in the wealth of the diggings. The Prescott Com pany and several other companies, had met with some success. Mr. Savaire and Mr. Kim showed us what - wo think were rubies, garnets, emeralds, sap phires, and opals, and two or three stones that resisted every attempt to scratch them, and G. "W. Bowers made several such at tempts with a black diamond which he uses for such a purpose. Mr. Savage is the head and front of a Salt Lnke Citv Comna...

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. — 30 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER 30, 1872. fi itrttY jLrrK;ott5 Arizona. "eJ.on in the Court Boom. ott, wc use tlic Court-room for a In Baid Court-room, Christians nominations have frequently met 'ixtlmus to listen to prayer and i .rulitr Journeymen preachers ; at '. ' cn no Minister was here) to lieten f a ecrmou by some citizen of military gentleman from Fort which goes to prove that, despite ir hard knocks and experience J white villains like Vincent Col i up our respect for nud love of ' His tcarhings. icftant minister tiiat ever came Tl ,) mixeJ business with re- ncy Iiy his combined efforts and I , r. i i. tiiplale upon the cute ways he , . gobble kega of nails, etc., irom ' ,tnt, oiid gold nugKi-ts from our placer 3fri Jt as a wonderful man, and had tcayt j,j -r ark nud tricks that were vain." 'ri. ibt Kcr. Mr. 8., who looked the ffj-t- f angelic blissfulnces, but, Lord, -vrl. t '4 bin looks is bebt known to those ni i - Cht ". in O now of Fort Whipple, has ';tn , r ...

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. — 30 November 1872

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, NOVEMBER 30, 1872. 2i JPr-escott5 Arizona. FROM MARICOPA COUNTY. Phcenix, Maricopa County, ANT4 November 22d, 18J2.. " To the Editor of tlie Arizona Miner f For several months past the people of Terape have been much annoyed by the Pima and Maricopa Indians stealing firearms, blankets, and clothing from the houses while the men were out at work; and by their stealing corn, pumpkins, melons, &c, out of the fields. On Friday last, a party of fourteen Indians made a raid on a ranch back of the Double Buttes, and when the owner, Mr. Varder, at tempted to interfere, they attacked him with arrows. He then beat a hasty retreat and went in search of assistance. Finding C. (J. M. ITcltibrand, M. P. Scott, and Parson Groves, the four hastily mounted, pursued the Indians (who by this time had loaded their fourteen animals with pumpkins and were making ofF), and induced them, by per suasion and threats, to return and disgorge, after which they scattered in a...

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 December 1872

TV EKLY MINER & tLUME IX--NO. 49. ITESGITINO DISCOURSE, ed re ctt Arizona, November 2C1X. 1672. .'. ,.... . .1EEDER. " r 50-H. e fpving t tw. uir blessings received r prart' ; n time immemorial a ler the r. . fr. non of Jaw when the ' 'ode wa u -1 given by Moses, the i giver. .u. he Egyptians gave U mistral it,,, ; tbeir joy in a kind k giv.-.it. .,i :, he Nile rose to a ccr- i , so ;.- overflow and thereby Vi tulrn. Sat tbey held their pub " v- f :i they gathered in e. ,:,- nations have had : ;ea of rrj.i.Jta. j?nd for different - tim ni 4 -en, o-sr Old Columbia - oe ; and when a the infancy of the . eear afe tin, and Plymouth Hock, nr bia Mum rejoicings over 20 LfttMMt .n ;.d fiix of barley and . 102.1. In tin- .-.'cords of their coun- 39, wt find ti." following: "It was tat the 28 tL i f this present month . 'tart should U- k-"pt a day of Thanks tteougi.'tut ln churches.'1 That 'ivin tfiif i"--cd just tvo hundred . tp-ikrm ftan ago to day, in Mas - ta, the ppi of which Common...

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 December 1872

1 J WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, DECEMBER 7, 1872. 1 1 I 1 (I? Si . 3 I 1 ) 1, 5 JPrescott5 Arizona. MINES AND MININa. Yavapai County. The placer miners of Lynx and ITassay ampa creeks are doing exceedingly well, with tbe little water tliey have for washing. One day recently, a Lynx creek man washed out, with a rocker, the sum of 50: this much out of an old claim which had been abandon ed bv its former owner ! He and other min ers of the same place have tons upon tons of rich gravel piled up, ready for washing, as soon as water comes. ' On Lower Lynx creek, Mr. Smith has been sluicing, with good results. From Bradshaw, the news is that Jackson & Shoup's arastra is running on War Eagle ore, which is said to be very rich. The Marcus mine, near "Weaver, is still yielding great quantities of rich ore; the arastra is running; rock paying well. Messrs. Smith & Taylor are still sinking for water, at their mill, below "Wickenburg, and are in hopes of finding water in a short tim...

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