ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,338 items from Weekly Arizona Miner, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,338 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 3 May 1873

WKKKLY A1UZ0NA MINJi.Il: PRESCOTT, MAY .3, 1870. . Local and Miscellaneous. Tlio Yotinjr, Men's Social and Mtcrnry Club U nn Institution Hint tlcecrvc to lie i.ilronl.cil. Their room, In Collier' building, Is open nnd well lllit rd every nlRlit, mid l supplied wllli nil tlio clioleu iitrlodlcaU mid nown;iprm ortliu day. Then; nrc ic-board mid cnrtldalitcn, for tlioao who like a milct.nine, nnd ovcrtlilnirU n easy nntui old rlioe. Tlio riitcrtirWInc ineinhcru oftho club have started n danclnir ochool, that mucH every Thursday ev. ciilnjr, and the 40 yeArolil, uruy-bonnlcd l'resldciit ofthucluh, II. A. lllutow, has pit hU loot In It, nnd Is as lively an nn elephant. Tlio boy nrc In lted to Join, nnd slr.inciTs are welcome to eall In nnd see the pictures nud read the news. The l'lonccr Tcinpcr.Uo Society, of l'rescott, was organized nt the court htiose, hint Sunday ov cnlutr. S. C. Holers delivered uu nddrcss, nnd a constitution was ndoplcd which provides that the members may drink win...

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 May 1873

8 c It t Ap are) K' (! trc II u' his rra In I agl tnt 111? nri II lb( w J thl In, po tat wt wl en wl trt v ah bu lt of ti IC tb c. I K( th l ui a, r! to fr hi "! w i nl i R 5. 1 C cl at d n It tl C e 3 t t t! II I' J- r it t' o i AMERICAN JOURNALISM ANP ClfUIiCHES. Truly tliojireu-nt It mi eventful age. The wonderful discoveries in, tlio Arts mid .Sci ences ilo not outrival the means hy which a. knnulc'ifco of tin: name may ho cotntniuii eMeil to the Mt of mankind. The Znglinh, and Hnpllth hncusRe, are inarching in the fore-lnmt of progress, with banners unfurled and Bible dm-trine proclaimed, on the high est eiiiineiice.t yet gained by the ascending cumpnniiM of philouphicnl tnintls. The great of past nges arc left far in the rear, and still "Onwattl!" is the cry. In the United State., Church and State have ever been cejmrate, and wc trust that they will ever fo remain ; for they are a mu tual help, tin ctinrtls and checks, a they are. Xeither one could live and do well without 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. — 10 May 1873

Published every Saturday Morning, i-rcHcoii;, yavapcii County, Arizona, by 3IAHION ti. WKAVKK. JOHN II. MAIUO, 1IP.VJ. II. WRAVEft, l'uliliilim ami l'roprl.tori. TEHMS-IKVAHIAIJI.V IN ADVANCE. urTtioninj'i'inV! Ono Copy, One Year .' . Six Month 00 .1 II Tt,rn Mnnlln 2 SO Single Copies' 25 One square, one time, ?:i.00; each dtllllfnal time, Jl.-r. r.acll miiiiiiouui niiinrv.-, rminu i.... . in -I .tt.artiint ivtll lit. i.ii,1a Ii tuirinns nnn A HUerill IUI-V..IIUV "... .-.. iv, i.j-'iia tinning the same advertisement for three, six, or . i ... .. i . - tweiTC 1IHJIIII1H. ProfrMlonal nml business cards inserted upon rc.l"llnliiliu lllllun. ... i i i it. i. m .i v. I. .... .J I. Alt mMr natll aftr thsy hall hir ta pild for. Person cnilliis " money for niitwcrlptlon, .lvortlltitr or Job work, tiny forward It by mat!, . . . . 1. 1 . .. . I (tinlr nivn r 1 L y r unit -r vi i.-, i.ii hihi . ,. in'. ffjy Isgal Tender Xotn taken nt par in payment for miicription, a'trerlitinn ami job xcork. ...

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 May 1873

ik .r. IT. MAltlON", KUtor. The ei.'coUtiea of tho MINER being waitderably rrwt. f r '.its that o! aay o'.hr Arizona pf, bMlnesa men st orjwlieK will 11 it tdrantagMroi to m)i knowa tfcxlr tj31oMi la IU adtertleinjj cclnmm. There fi sot a Uwa, tillage, military fort, faralag cr mining Mitlaaxci In Territory la which the paper dee not drroUw ami oeytM f It nre Wot to etrrj State ntd Territory of the Union: which, coipltd with lUags and (taadlax make It a my derirable tdmtiilng mxdlam. MODOCOLOGY. An editor in commenting on any subject is not expected to cjprci dimply his own ideas, but to give tlic feeling ot tbe public in tho neigh&orbowl where his paper is published, mill Ite taiely f.iils to strike the proper chord, j The exchanges of the MiM.it from all parts of the country contain editorials breathing a spirit of horror, regret and indig nation, evoked by the treacherous murder of Gun. Canby and others by the Modoc Indi nn. Consequently it is only lair to presume that such i...

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 May 1873

ra '41 Local and 3Iiscollancous. The Mi.neii is ngiln Indebted to Delegate Mc Cormlck for Pub. Docs., nnd late diet of Eastern jispcr. Clt. C. C. Warner understands tuc art of lrrl Katlon, mid demonstrated Uic fact to tbo satlsfac tion of the Miner crow, on Wednesday Utt, with two alonojugi. Mr. and Mr. Castldy, Mr. and Mr. Taylor nnd three Kcntleracn started for California by the liar dyvlllc route, In private conveyance, ou Wednes day. "A Scranton editor hid n pold pen given him, but keeps It under a glass cane, saying his old scissors arc his favorite tool In producing an edi torial." Scissors edits the Mineii while, Mauiok Is gone The music stand In I'rcscott placi Is frcqucntsd by amateur performer and vocalists, who sing 'Oft Id the stilly night," nnd omellme pretty late In the night, too. J. 0. Otis, Justice of the 1'sj.ico nnd Krcarder of the town council, his olllce In J. 1. Margrave's old ofllce, and Mr. linrgrnve has nuvcd Into his ew quarters, ou the east side ol the I'l...

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 May 1873

i :. U t Ap r C& tro UH' hi. era In I aKI Itlt Ilk art at tbi s.1 J thl Inj Ic mi wl wj en ' wl tei vs ll bo tti Of l th cl ! I Yi th Ik hi r, "'i P o to fr bi W W 3 ol I ir b' n i c cl t , . LIVING IN GERMANY. Wlmt It Coata. To the question, often nkel, " lion' mucli will it cost a family to live in (iertnany 7" it it nut ewr to give a ilctiuilo answer. The tittviarit "of living varies mi much that it it obtiousiy irnpoMibJ toaatiffy exactly each qutstioliir without being acquainted with hit apeeiai requirvmenu. inii'ituru w nvuigm err ilililrult to iriik mell an approximate general calculation of , " i . . - - ita coat at uiuv Ixi Mtutactory to most in ....,. l,o kl ! ij,t.i-tfirt.- tri rillMt 111 quirers than ill the Unite. State. There is in our country ti vague and uvcr-lluct tinting notion of reajieciability which, with its more or lea influence on the modes of living, gives an endlea variety to its expenses. Some American families deem it fowl to their so cial standing to...

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 May 1873

THUS IVIXJNrEJFt- Publiahed overy Saturday Morning, Yavapai County, Arizona, by MARION & WKAVI2K. joiix k. xaiiio, ncKj. ir. weaver, rubllihrAil Proprietors TEltMS IN'VAKIAHLY IN ADVANCE. HUHHOIlUTIONi One Copy, Oiks Yc.ir $7 00 " " Six Mnnthi 4 00 " " Three Months 2 SO Stnjle Coplet, 25 VT V M I tT I H I XO: One tqtwc, one time, $.'1.00; each additional llinr, f UV). F.ich additional nqunre, tame rate. A liberal discount will l)o made to pcrtont con llnulinr the tiame advertisement for three, tlx. or twidrit month. rrort'Mlon.il and liuilticM card inserted upon rcaonMc term. rpTrini!nt AirsrtUmnU will not be laserUJla iai pijur ibui ihi mjT wi BATd Den pin lor, I'crMJin aundliig its moiiir for auOncrlpllon, advcrtlslnsrorjob work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own rink. B?7 l-tqal Tender Ifotn frtivn at par in payment ddrcM all order nnd lettcra'to "THD MINBfl," Prosoott, Arizona. AGENTS FOR TUB MINIMI. .Tin VaiWieo I I, KUhr. Iloomt 20 A; 31 Mar rbatit' Ktchan...

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 May 1873

.T. It. MAIIHiy, lOilltor. To. circnUlioa of tb MINER bfiagcooitierjMy peat t tltaa that of iy cikw Arlama paper, botlnMi niea ev wj; sai It dnaUROTi to nuk.3 kscxa their bvVaeu ia iu admt jug 'iimai. Tfcjrt aat 1 town, vuis, m.littry post, faratsg f m lia? M4Uat ia the Tf riliory ia wkca tit pipes dwi cat eircaU:, and wp.H of it we lect ts every 8UU and TriVy!theUa tmi waich. cwpM with lug nad taJ.a mate it a my diraU ad willing nwdlaa. OUR PEACE PROSPECTS. lU-liev'mg n-j we lo, tint the results of the Mudoc war will be fnvnraMc to Arizona, we ; mut admit that its first clfecU are unpleasant ai.d may prove disastrous. It is understood that the cavalry which left Arizona this week, en route for Sacramento, California, is to be used in operating against the Modoes. No community undur the United .States govern ment more earnestly desires to see nil perlid iuus Judimu punished, and to learn of the killing uf the lait Modoe, and we earnestly liupe that, if iiece-iory, to accomplish 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. — 17 May 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MAY IT, 1S73. Local and Miscellaneous. N I.. Orinin mid "Touy" Ferris ,'ot homo from CiUforriU SJlurJ.iy last. Vym.itor Nelson, Ciipu M, I'. Sinntl, A. U. S., ami SfurK-0" ' Jlatly, ueconipntilttil ty C 0. W.iiiK r, l:ft on Sunday forCiinp McDowell. , Mahio.h, editor of llio Minsk, arrived home yesterday iiiurnlii by stage. V. '.. Wilson, white at work raiting the rafters on the new r-cliool house, last Saturday, fcllncroM n trliu'ei, the rafter he was raising tailing on top ofhiui, atiil liralslr;; him cunslilcr.ililj. Tlf school Ito-sc I Itclni'liiiHt rapidly, nud will W ready lor oceiipincy about June 1st. The (JernianU rfucty, which, n year ni;o, was n fi'iurlsKiii.' inatltntlnn, recently dissolved. At the v tin "line, after paying nil llahtlltles, n surplus i, in:iltii: l in the treaiury of f-il, whleh wits, liy i (Hi.iiiliiHms rate, donated to tlii I'rescott .School llstriet, i.nd on Monday last Julius Kodcnbcri;, 1'reMdciit of the society, depo...

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 May 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRHSCO'lT. MAY IT, 18)3. :.''-. lf ''.. 1 C It t Ap am $' (tfi tre tin' hi era Int Ht lilt Ilk ar( at t tb wl J tbl l, pe mii wt wl eri w lei va nil bo tli or Tho Yarn of tho "Naucy Boll." 11 r w. k. itit.nenr. 'Tri on the Stores lliat nmntl thecoait I'rom I)el to Ituni'-nte f.n, That I found alone, on h tiicce of.lorje, An elder ly mvnl in.ni. lilt Imlr wm weedy, Us beard wn loir. And wdr and lonj; wo lie, And 1 liwml litis wii;!it on be aliore rccltfl In a (Insular mluor Wej : Oil, I am a took and a capmln bold, And tbe mate ol Hits Nai.ty ljrl, And a bo'mn t,lit and a mliitliliiiuHe, And tbe crew of tbc ciititalu's tfg. Aud lie ttiook bis flit and be lore bl hair, Till I renlly fo'.t nrrald, Tor I couldn't help thinking tbe man had been drluMnx, And to I simply tald: Ob, elderly man, Its little 1 kuowr Of tbc Outlet ut men of tbc ex And I'll cat my hand If I understand I low you can polbly be "At once a cook, and a captain bold, And a mate of llic Nancy brl,...

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 May 1873

Arizona West and South from Prescott. Having just returned liomo from thrcu weeks' run through Arizona west and south of this goodly village of Prescott it is, we know, expected that wo shall say something concerning tbe people, country anil tilings ten by us on our winding way, and, although threo weeks' vacation has not cured the spring fever which caused us to strike out and shirk Mi.vr.ii duty, wo now, in defiance of tlio spirit of rest which pervades us, pro ceed, as best we may, with the tusk before us. The evening of Friday, April 25th, saw completed a new issuu of the Minku, and all care on tb' score having departed, we pack ed our valise a cruis uwkii wini-imt and tmnk and lay down to rest anil refresh ourselffor the jolting of the coming day. The morning of Saturday came, and so did one of Mr. James Grant's mall wagons, to which were attached two line horses, which were driven ami guided by .Mr. Johny Bran nan, who is one of the ablest buckboard and stage editors we have e...

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 May 1873

.J. U. M A lUpy. K'Utor. Ths circulation of the MITfEU MapMniMenUy gmt f r tho thst of nay stW AriionA paper, bmlaew men cr. erywhf r will flol It aaTiinUgeo-.s u asks known their Wiimj In ittslTeftliiap co'.amai There Ii aot a tts, vilUrN military pst, farming or raisin tttlimeat in the Territory In which the paper does not circuit", and copies of It are sent to ere ry 8tato and Territory of the Union i which, coupled with It ago and tUndlag mahcit a very icslrstla advertising modlum. MINES AND MINING. Yavapai County. .TiicliMJii & Co. are Mill milling and ariutraltii; War Kaglf ore, :it tlicir plate, some !K) mill's south from I'retcott A uvh-tnui ladcti with provl lnm weut over lliere Muml.iyl.ut. The rod; Is Kiylni nml ilii-y nre well sullUod. Mers. Foster and Hon wi-tit over wltl this pack-train, for tho purpose of survey lug tuo Grey Karju nnd other lodes, wliote owner wish to ap ply lor irovcrnment p.iiciits. A new nraMri i running on War Eagle ore. It Is the property of ...

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. — 24 May 1873

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PKESCOTT, MAY 24, 1ST3. Local and Miscellaneous. Weather Crops, &c. The wcntlicr, bo far, (III print; ',ccn cn (Irely dlircrcnt from tlmt which Ijm ever been cx Ijicrleneeil by tlia oldest wlilto InlublUat, March wna exceedingly prciissmt, but dry. April was dry tid windy. May, tro fur, lifts been menu tiionlli, ut tltnca very cold, for the tcaton. Then, It has robbed Match nud April of their wind nud swindled tlrcm ont ol lliclr cold. KcHcliIni; Tor ward, It h.u stolen cloads, thunder and llihtuliij: from June and July, but beyond a few very light rhowcrs, which have sprinkled the entire Terri tory, these cloud have not clven down timcli iiiolnturc. Our people believe that the climate Is chaimlnir; In fact. h changed, for the worst. A similar statu of nll iirs has existed In California. I..,,.. ..rnllV wnll! rAVtl On llrv" M raiichc. In this vicinity, corn, itc., arc now look Itic well, but they will hardly b able to withstand n rwijr continued dry wind, w...

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 May 1873

Proceedings of District Court of Mohave County. Tin1 huiioriilile District Court of Mohave county cunrt-nwl at the town of Ctrlmt on M.o.liv. tlic 5th Any of May, lf73, at 10 o'cUxV. u., Won. 1 FVrrtsnt J'orter, Judge, prwiuinj.'; C'ld-ll Wright, clerk. On motion of A. II. IK W. fi. Ulnkley and J.-bii M. Muqtlt.r wrrv itiluiittetl a attorn?- and coutt-rtor t law. Tfev foilvwiag grnt juror wvre duly cm ranv'lcil sod orailv i a t ruffed, to wit !. It. Cil. II C. Cafi4'. O. Urww, Ward Priwt, YT. Twwfcf, ffa. Cott. W. A. LarWv, Oro. Sm. A Atckbcm. C. V. Hitwt, A. CMntof&, J W. SMtfetrirfc l. J. Canty, J. b. IV4r, II. ftuWNS F. Decker nd John CW. Mmr v.. 0!;tt AnsviaU J. M. yktryAj mtoutatiri a Mtortwy for ahnt. jaWtiM to Umi : t fcw T4av, Mar C CW. MrrT . VP. V. LKkU J. M- Hwyfcf tttfeACi itiocr for plain till, jtatam to 4m toe TwviT, Miy & Or aawruRK J. 24. Mwyhr i a .. I M rtfWr-r. uni -A-tKl refwr: oa Weismdar, JAwr 7. m tbt fo&rnmz t case : CeTwr i C. ; G. FwiMt t Coovr ...

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 May 1873

Published every Saturday Morning, -A.t Pl'ONCOtt, 'avapui County, Arizona, by MARION & WEAVER. JOHN II. mamo, 1IEVJ. II. WEAVER, Publishers Mel Proprietors. TEItMS IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. buj jsc rtnrrioiv: te Copy, One Year $7 00 " " 81 x Months 4 00 " " Three Month!! 2 50 ogle Coplev 25 A.TDVIOItTISIN'O: 0n square, one time, 3.00; each additional He, tl.M). Each additional square, same rale. A liberal discount will he made to persons con ulnc the tame advertisement Tor three, six, or elve months. Professional and business cards inserted upon onaiile term. ""Transient AdvertlMnmta will not ba Inserted in i piper until aftr thsy shall hare bwn paid for. t'ersons sending ni money inr etibscrtptlnn, fcrtlslnirorjoh work, may forward It hy mull, otherwise, at their own risk. B7 f-'jol Tender Xotet taken at par in payment r tuhtcTiption, adeerliting and job work. Address all orders and letters to "THE MINER," Prescott, Arizona. AG 12 NTS FOR THE MINER. San Franelteoli. P. PLher. Roo...

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 May 1873

1 WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MAY 31, 1873. .1. 1 1. M A UK .r, K'litot-. MINES AND MINING. V..v.rl County. Since our lat n-view of mining matters, several gentlemen bare nrriveil in I'rcntt Irwin Tiger anI I'.o Grove ilntricts, in If rat), .shuu- tn.Mtn tain. (itiie iiO miles south of 1'rescoU), from whom we lenrii the following Item : J.ukvin Co. had jtrnck water in their well. Mini exjMxted to be ablo to run tlnir mill (i r.t.i ii) one) an I nrnstrai, niht an) ilny. They liare ti -cedled in iincuring the Kick-train jf Mr. Wm Simmon, which keep them nu-ilii.l with quartz from their claitru on the Wr Hutte ltwle. MHr-t. Mclvirmun A Goodwin were run riini ono nratrn, with hore over, upon ore from the War Higle. The inientiou W to conUruct anil run two other aratra. Thuore from this mine U exceedingly rich in free gold, and, vmie people my, -diver. Not long Miice, Mr. Wm. Cole picked up a piece of rock a large a n man's bead, pulverized mid wiwhcd it, after which lerfunii-.n'-e h...

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 May 1873

WEEKLY ARTZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MAY 31, 1873. local and. jji5ccliai(iouf Fouiith oi' Jui.r. IVrimirly, wlieti Hits Terri tory Will tnoletcr tlian It la now, wutised to xvt tip some line celebrations of July 4, which celebra tions usually consisted of "saluting," nj ccclilly liiK, dancing, Ac. True, tliu country l yet dry unci money Is not very plentiful, yet, u ol Pres. cott have sulllcleiit money, I111 ni-l patriotism lea to ctmlile us to (,'ct up a rlp-rojrliitf Jolllllca tlon on next Fourth. So, too, havu the people of Tucson, t'hoinlx, Vton-iw, Kliri-n'w-T, CVrl'tt, Mineral Park mid other towns, whine citizens nhuld now cuiuiiieiice preparing program for tho observance, ot our (iro.it National Jlollcl.ty, n day upon which thu citizens, soldiers mid ood Indians of the Terri tory should fraternize nud feel Jol.y, llrst over the llekiui; their loref.ithers uuvo cousin Hull ; next, over that recently Klvcu thu aboriginal gun tleuieti of the mountains. Tub C'lior.i. Mr. J. 0. Swcarln...

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 May 1873

WEEKLY ARfZONA MINER: PKESCOTT, MAY 31, 1873 Salt Its Virtue in Agriculture Cotntnon a't, although one nf the mutt an- cltfnt iiiniir.ilt in il in agticuitiiiu, ii almost Ignored by our American far men. Kven in tbe ml l?.v yean u few men have tittetnrit a uiii'W that it W.11 not beneficial to our film std'K. Wo hive, however, sufficient charitjr to believe that wnit of the writer1 for tbe iiricultural iia-rs wlio deiiuuiictid the uf oi suit, were lionest in exposing their opinion', but at the same tune igriurant of the great value of tliis lulwtaiic. If Li, lory teachei u siivthing in regard to agriculture, it U that in v'wry country and amung all na tion wheruver huibandry Jim reached a Very high portion. tUere talt ho been extensively imfl and highly appreciated. Dickinson, in liH huliaii'iiy of the ancient", suys that the Uomini irep.tre 1 straw for cattle iWl by steeping it fur a eoiwiderable time in brine, and then drying it and rolling it up in bun tllei. In some parts of Afr...

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 June 1873

Published every Saturday Morning, j.t PrcHcott, ycivaptu County, Arizona, by maiuon a. weaver. JOU.V It. MAIIIOS, IlCU. II. WEAVE!!, I'ubl'ulieri and Proprietor. -. . TEHMS IN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. auiiso 1 1 1 im ox : One Copy, One Year " Six Months.. 11 Three Months Single Copies, .$700 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 One "(tuarc. one tlmr, $:J.OO; each additional lime, II. SO. Knell additional q usre. Mine rate. A liberal discount will tie made to persons con tlnulnsr the name advertisement for three, nix, or isclre months. Professional and business card inserted upon retainable terms. t tTTrsnilsnt Aivsttlssnsnts will not bo Insertodia this npsr sntll ftir tbsy shtll h? bssn ptld for. Persons scndlnu. us money lor subscription, nlvcrttslniror Job work, may forward It by mall, or otherwise, at their own risk. 077 tsqal Tender Xntti taken at pir in payment got tuhacriptton, whertiiinq and job tevrk. .Address all orders and letters to -THE MINER," Pro.cott, Arizona. ST A YEAH. 25 GTS. A COPY. l'lMS...

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 June 1873

1 Ui HI 1 MIW .J. IT. AIAKION, Kdltoi'. WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PHESCOTP, JUNK T, 1873. Tb etreultla if tb MINIM MngcoMlder.Mj jrmt tr thaa that of My tbr ArJioaa paper, tuslnsn ma e. try.Br will Sad it nMnUjrooiu to raako known their ballon la iUsltniiinir column!, TWaUne-taUfo, rillagf, millUry past, fuming or trrfaiag seulsawit in too Territory In which tb paper dwi bm dinNta, and repl of It are nt to ctery State and T-rrrllA-w nf th. Tin nm whh vn r.1.1 Mlik I. ...I -. . . j - - - . I ivainu iku ita3 UUU i WiJIbj malts it rery deairabla advertising roedlntn. Inul best empower military oWVtiM to Inepcct tlio storca utul bo jirtMiit at uvvty iv.uu to luiiiiiii.i. Of conrii tliirr font out by the Chtircliw, lint it is n wonder to in how such men Miniiurt themselves on n ..!.. ! i r.nr - t .-..lai,, .M cji.uuu n year, ami, not, iiniri'Hiii'nt ly, tlicso men have families dependent upon Some Paragraphs Concerning Mr. Lo, and Ilia Interested Backers. Mr. Morgan, of the Gila rircr, h.n, ...

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