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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 2 April 1875

Mina Vol. XII.--Xo. 13. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1S75. Established IS 64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, bt rp j. BTJTLEE. The flrst nnmber or the WF.PKLT MINHR tras 5,ned on Mn-ch 9 IHJt. no In this. IU twelfth year, jt can, with truth, claim to bo the oldest, largest and bestneirs par in the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Vm. S7.00 " Six MimtJiK 4.00 " Three Months 2.50 Single Copies 25 Advertising Rates. One Inch flO line of lhi tyr."). In column. $3.00 for firrt insertion and SI 50 per Inch for each additional inertion. A liberal diecmint from aove rate will be made to per r.nxif who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. rrofenional nnd bnine card Inserted upon reasona We term. Penion semllnir n money for snbscriptton, adrertUinir or ob work, may forward It by -call, or otherwise, nt their own risk. Uaal Ttndrr Xotet Men at par in payment for tub tcription, adrtrtiting and job tenrfr. "gTKUMS. In adrancf inrariably. Add...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 2 April 1875

WEEKLY AIZONAjUNBBJtoESCXyiT APfilL 2, 1875. pr. T. .J. liutler Editor. OLD ARIZONA RUINS WtlO BUILT THEM? The old ruins scattered throughout An zona have been a source of conjecture for ages, and we can do no more towards eluci dating the mystery of their existence than to join in the general wonderment. Hundreds of years before the Je.uite Fath ers came to establish the .Misson rf San Di- All account ftif hdrertiting and tub criptum vchich became due on or before the first dav of FtJmin.ni. ntiri nil hill fnr Itnnl aArrr. ' J J J - - - ' I . ti iu vrJfctull3LI JW .Ilin&UU 114 .J.lli I titements vhich appeared in the Miner prior to ego in 17C9, Coronado marched up the Gila fUf 1 7- rI IT If..: til I . ........ . . umc un, iigmnc w juiih u. luanun. jiu In pearcii ot the "seven cities of Sibola," and accounts accruing tince that datt are payable to at that early time, 350 vears aco. there stood m r n..si n. a . . ' TUIiURCIO VASQUEZ. Now that Tasquez has paid the penalty of his m...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 2 April 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PBESCOIT, APRIL 3, 1675; i intollience. O i; a .''-- Church Notice. , !.. -HI T,rp.vli In the Court-room y Kunday ai ii a.- ,ool Immediately after senior. Onn fhom the SANUT.-Williara Cole, Esq bibitcd to us, on Tuedaj, a au,.u" .unn from the .McCracken uuue of -ident richness. That tbc rock contains metal some kind is apparent from us R" d jet His the queerest looklug valuable ore . Mn In fart, it is the first silver- rinK s,r that has ever come underournoi.ee. b McCracken Is vbat Is known as a spar ledc. .i.. who have visited it. auu is a i Arizona, indeed it is asserted by ,i,t there arc few such in the world, yet here they do exist they are apt to be valuable. . i. ti.itiht n 10 me irreai "mc cse specimens, and the testimony 01 an vdo ave seen the lcd;c is that there are noiuuij miles of the same sort. .Mr. Cole 1110 Hit In some very ncii siier 4u... OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL. KEronT ron the fihst five months. ut The following pupils by their pood deport ment and g...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 2 April 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT APRIL 2, 1875. imu. SPECIAL NOTICES. MEDICAL. 60YERMENT. ECHO AXSWMIS. Of 'what hai heaven given us an equal ahare 7 Air. Vhat does rumor oft do when it Uie57' Lies. -Which is the loveliest flower that grows 7 nose. Whose children are wc apt to think the sweetest flowers 7 Ours. What in manners is sure to please 7 Ease. What will frequently overcome the most austere 7 Tear. What loses its flavor when we borrow it ? Wit. What is it that wealth seldom extinguish es ? Wishes. " What did Cleopatra to her bosom clasp 7 Asp. INDIAN WIGWAMS. ' There arc seven distinct styles of wigwams found in California, made by different tribes, according as one kind of material or another is more abundant in a given locality. Wood, earth, and different sorts of thatch are the materials employed. In wooded regions, poles, puncheons, and the great slabs of bark lurnisbed by certain trees are used, and tbe ftructuro (except on the Klamath River aDd Clear Lake) bears a genera...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 April 1875

Jtfca tftOtlft YOI. XII. XO.Oi. THE ARIZONA HIRER. rUBLIBHED EVERY FRIDAY, .BY.. T. J. 33 TJ T L B E The Erst number of the Wr.EKLT MiSRK issued on v-h 9 " 5" h- lu twe,fth 'ear- U Cftn with trnth. claim to be the oldest, largest and bent nem paper in the Territory. Subscription Rates: One Copy, One Year " ,Six Mimtliv. Three Month.... Single Copies S7.00 .... 4.00 .... 2.50 .... 25 Advertising Rates. One inch f"12 line of thU tvpe). in column. $3.00 fr.r firft innert'ion r.nl 81 50 jt inch for each additional inertion. A liberal diwnnnt from nbovn rates will be made to per tain who advertise largely by the year, half year or TjHarter. I'rofeiwional and basinet card inserted upon reasona ble terms. . Persons wmdinir n money foi subscription. adrertWnjr 4r oV.irk. may forward it by mail, cr otherwise, at Xheir own rIV. 7t 7enir Aof jrn af j.'sr payment for tub tcriptim, adrertising and job tcori. pj?TF.ItMS. n airanee inrartaMy. Address all order and letter to "THE MINEE." Prescott, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 April 1875

WEEKLY AKIMA MINER: PBESCOTT APRIL 9, 1875. 1TT " rj x j I i r- flitt Aftllttt JAMES LICK. alaUS rASl AND NOT SO FAST. J3Y TELTCftT? ATTT w - gjT44V T. .T. Butler. Editor. JjS? All accounts for advertising and sub scription natch became doe on or before the first day of February, and all bills for legal adzcr tisemcnts vhich appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payaJtie to John H. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, tie present proprietor. BEST MINES. WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT IS WANTED. We would not throw cold water on anv mining enterprise in Arizona; the more? of such institutions backed by capital and good management we have the better. Yet, even the capitalists who have made their money mining on .Montgomery street, and are sop JAMES LICK. Toe San Francisco Chronicle of March "Willtamso'c Vat.t.ev. x t 23th says, James Lick, the great philanthro- April 6, 1875. J niat has sought tn royntp fri r?ni nf rmr I Editor "NFivrn TIio ariliKl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 April 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, APRIL 9, 1875. Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Reverend Mr. Wright will peach in the Cwrt-room every Sunday dt 11 A. K. until further notice, bunday school Immediately after service. VILLAGE COUNCIL. AritiL C, 1875 Council met at 730 o'clock P. m., pursuant to adlournment. Present bis honor the Major, and councilmen Forter and Tompkins. Minutes of tlie last meeting read and approved The following report from tuc committee on streets and alleys was read, adopted and ordered .filed: Report on Streets asd Allets and the ."Bridging or Gkamte Cheek. Since the sub- jeet of the opening of streets and alleys has 'been broucht to our notice, 1 have taken partlcu Mr pains to nscertaln, first, the necessity for It, as -rctrards the public needs or convenience second, what cxpcnc, If any, would have to be incurred. I. I find that no Immediate necessity exists for opeclnp any more streets than are now tfpen for tbe public, and used as streets and highways, and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 9 April 1875

WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: ERESQOTT APRIL ;D, 1 18T5. i I PRICES IN CALIFORNIA. Tbe State of California was born in whirlpool of prosperity and high prices. sudden demand for almost everything, and no Runnlv worth namincr. induced a rate of charges perfectly unnatural and extravagant. Time has soltened tnem aown, 01 course but not with that fairness and strict atten tion to equity that commercial sagacity would sutrtrest and the spirit of the times call for. The time has been when 5 was very common price for a day's labor, ana five ner cent, a month the usual interest on money. These things have fallen, Oh, how low 1 The labor to S2 or less, the interest to one per cent. But in many departments of business there has been no corresponding reductions. In these old flush times our public salaries and fees were inaugurated and our ratio of taxation, and they have held their own, almost in tact. JiOoK wncrc we will, we see an unexplained difference in the gradual adjustment than has been made...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 April 1875

taw trnotut THE ARIZONA MINER. PUDLISHKD EVERY FRIDAY, .. ..uv.-.. ? 'iS tS b, the oldest, lar;et and best news- Tli flrstr U.-oh 9. 1 nv troth, claim to be the paper In the Territory. Subscription Rates: rc'Sr:::::::::::::::::" Three Mnh SlncleCr'r S7.0O ... 4.00 ... 2.50 ... 25 PRESCOTT. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1S75. MONTE'l UMA TUE SAILOR BOY'S FAREWELL. Advertising Rates. nnHinphriOHnnofthWtvp) in column. $3 00 for first Insertion and 61 W pr inch for each a-l.titmnai .n-n.-u.. . , 1 .ll.,nnt from allOTT ftVtM will bo made tO Pr .on .who advertWe lately by the year, half year or Pmf-Mlonal and business cards inserted upon reasoa ! terms. , , . Persons undine iik nmn-r fot ilbonplinf advertising Wb w mr forward It br U, or otbemWc. at their own ri)c. ...,. trriptim. advertising and job trr-r. l-TF.KKT" adrance inrarially. Address all orders and Utrr to "THE MINER." Prescott, Aruoaa. BUSINESS CARDS. E. II. IHcDANIEL, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott, Ya...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 April 1875

"JL J. JButlor. Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 16th. 1875. CORRESPONDENCE. Bpsda! to the Miser by U. 8. Military tad W. U, LinesJ JLtT All account for advertising and sub scription vhich became due on or before the first daypf:fvorvaryfand all bills for legal adver tisements tchich appeared in the Miner prior to that date are payable to John II. Marion. All account accruing since that date are patable to T. J. Butler, Vie present proprietor. years 16G3-4, many men of many minds picked up quart caps full of cold. You Antelope Statio.v, A. T., were not here then, but any old Arizonan April 10 lbiu. ; novr in Presccot jjj teH you wbtlt an ei Arizona Miner: Havim; indi- mv,n u .u ri.-i. ti:n , icq a previous letter from tt illiatnson alley, ' Jae W. Swillinjr and A. IT. Peeples were , t J'asa,nStont April 12. I which place I left ttirec days ago, it is now ; t,je ock w Ued their 1 fifd?B m nniir fnr mn m .,-ir -An , . . . reaiueni accentim? Ins resin Editor J3Y TELEGRAPH. EASTERN. Washington, Ap...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 April 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Kotioe. Eererend Mr. Wright will preach la the Court-room every Sunday at 11 a. U. until furthir notice. fcunda, school immediately after service. Personal. Jake Marks returned from San Francisco on Friduy lant, wbtre be went to fatten up a lllt'.e. Wc can't diacorer nny material lm provement In Lie appearance ; In fact there la btlt little room for Improvement. Mr. M. Goldwoter of Phccnlx has been In town several days. CamC to bid on contracts, as did ulso E. K. Fish of Tncsotl. Wc found them both wide a'woke business men wbo know wbat they are about. Dr. J. H. Pierson, Secretary of the C. it A. Stape Co., and bis Lieutenant, Mr. Tbomas, Di vision agent, have paid us quite a visit during tbe week. Tbe Dr. was in tbe role of payranster; "settling tbe road." If we have any penetration1 at all in such matters tbe company have got the right man in tbe right place. lie is thoroughly alive to every detail of tbe business, from shoeing a horse up to securing a m...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 April 1875

c3o rW? I'r.i.nT pt Tire irsrs of iri?. ntOlI-DICKEN 8 HOUSEHOLD WOBDS. MARICOPA COMTY. CHARLES T. HAYDEN. Hayden Ferry, Maricopa County, A. T., Glve me tbe gold that war baa coit, ' Before tills peAce-ipandIns: day fThe watted skill, the labor lost, " Tbe mental treasures thrown away And I will buy each rod of soil -2-Jd every jet discovered land, 'wliereljnnters rOJm, where pcnfantatoif, Where taanjpeojiled cities stand. i f I'Jl clothe each shiminc wretch on earth V 'A Tn'needed. nay, in brave attire ; Vesture riefittirj;; banquet mirth, ,4 Which kings ralbt envy and admire. In'ercry vale, on every plain, A school shall clad the Inzer's sipht, Where every poor man's child may rain Pure knowledge, free as air and Unlit. In every crowded town shall ri.c Hull's Academic, amply jrmccd. Where ignorance rnny toon be wise, And coareeiiesa learn both art and taste. . H ti To every province shall belong Collegiate structures, and not few, Fillediwitn a truth-exploring throng, And teachers...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 23 April 1875

, - Vol. XII. No- 16. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISUED EVER FRIDAY, ....UT-.-. rr. J. BTJTLB H Tha Ant nnraber of the WEEKLT MIS KB wa u.ued on 9. IBM. I thla. lu twelfth year, it can. witi "troth, claim to be the oldeit, larpe.i ana oc paper in tue lemiorj . Subscription Rates: One Copjr.One Year.. ...S7.00 Kix Month! -OU Three Mcrathi - 2.50 4.001 SinfjleCupiel. 25 Advertising Rates. ur A liberal discount from above rates will bo made to per- an who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. rrofcMional and buine card Inserted upon reana- V.1 . P.rmm scndlne ui money for lub.erlptiun, advertising ',-. mnv forward It b aall. or otucrwue, ai Ltaal Ttndtr jvcfM tdktnat par iri paymtnt for sub- .... .ma.!. ttriptxon, oacrriumy ; JTEnIS. fn adrance inrart'ally. Address all orders and letters to "THE MINER." Prescctt, Ariiona, BUSINESS CARDS. E. II. 3IcDAjIEL, Attorney anil Counselor at Law, Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona. Will practice his profession In Ihe Conns of the Territ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 23 April 1875

mtx. LETTER FROM MOHAVE COUNTY J BY TELEGrRAPH. Sped! to 0u JGner by TJ. 8. MflltKy and W. U. LisetJ 'A. T. liutltsv, Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 1875. GEN. CROOK OX ARIZONA. l no following is a report of the mterrieir Cerbat. Mohave Co.. ADril 10. 1875. between Gen. Crook and J. J. Ayree, of the Edixor Mixer: In the davs of auld lang i au., W6 u6Qerai passed mrougu ijs . 8yne, long toms used to pan out richj and I Angeles on his war to Omaha. It will be nm iin tn. t.. i.i i teentfiat Gen. Crook, who has had every ! nZZ A?& APriI "dred ., . ... , , uvnojMjjw, way juui uaeyenne inaiass uavc-goneon the warpatn opportunity that could nossiblv be afforded I t.. t. n .. ... i . i.ii ... ..., r . i . . j ! to learn the troth, has very "different ideas I lanrf oi me vaiue oi Anions from those express- haustabln mim. of .'tr nri mA I . I I ' w WUV h.Wt ed by Senator Uagar, of California, w hb as- Mineral Park. our aistcr i mt nrM t- a, PEESCOTT. EASTERN. Kansas 'City, April 11. Eight hundred ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 23 April 1875

Local Intelligence. Church Notice. Reverend Mr. Wright will pre i in the Court-room .very Sunday at 11 a. M. until farther notice. Mundey school Immediately after service. Wr bare been requested to aptm call attention to the matter of a May party for tbe Children. There are many groves and beautiful pli-ces In easy reach of Preecott, where a nice plav-gioiind, awings, etc., conld be rigged up at little expense. It would certainly be a great treat to tbe little onca ; and older people might do worse tbau to Join in awlstlbg to make Young America happy for one day. The election of May Queen If prop erly managed will bring In plenty of money to defray all expenses. Some nuts, candies, cakes, etc., would be all the edibles necessary to buy. If any should want something more substantial, as meats, etc., they could easily bring it along. "Of all the glad new yearmotber, The maddest, merriest day; For I'm to be Queen of the May, mother, I'm to be Queen of the May." In providing for a May p...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 23 April 1875

A Y . . .. 1 ess SOXG FROM A DRAMA. ilT CDWAKD CLARESCESTfX'MAir.J I know not if moonlight or starlight A. ". JBe eofton the laud aod tfac eea I catcu but tbc near light, tbe fair light, Of eye tbtt arc barnlng lor me. n Tbe scent of tbc night and the rotes Maj burden the air for thee. Sweet TUoniy tbe breath of tby elghing I know, aa Hie at thy feet. , , The, winds may be sobbing or singing, irl UTbelr touch may be fervent or cold, Tbe night-bells may toll or be ringing J care not, with thee in my hold ! s.The feast may go on, and tbe music Be scattered in ccstacy round Thy whisper, "Hove tbee !" " I love thee !" llatb flooded my soul with its sound. ' ' I think not of time that Is flying, . How short is the bour.1 bure won, illow near Is this living to dying, How tbe sbadew still follows tbe 6un ; , fMTbere is nought upon Earth, no desire ' Werth a thought, though 'twere had by a gnl I love thee PI love tbee! bring nlghcr Thy spirit, thy kisses, to mine! , a '- . , This is from a ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 30 April 1875

vxvma utcr Vol. XII. No. 17. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr. . BUTLER The firtnraber of the WEEKLT MlSHR wa l.wrfoii March 9. a4 la thi. It twelfth year. It can, with troth claim to be the oUrtt, larjt and bt new paper la the Territory. Sub3cription Rates: One Copy, One Year Six Month - .. " Three Mnth. SlnRleOwfi' $7.00 4.00 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. One tneb ( 12 line of thl typ). In ccilnmn. J3.00 for firt Iniertionnnd SI 50 per inch lor each additional insertion. A liberal rtiemnt from nliove rate will he made to per on who adertUe largely by the year, half year or tjuarter. Prufcuioual anfl baiinew card inserted upon reaona le tenn. Penton tending tu ranner lot nber!ption, adrertUInir I J lhrr nirn nK. I. ,.rlf ,nnv furwnrd It l T.Uil. Of Otberwue. At frnal Tender Xntts taken at par in payment for Mub- icription. adeertitmg and job icark. pyTEKMrf. In advance invariably. Addrei all orders a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 30 April 1875

AV 'J?. J. Uutlor, Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL, 30tb,l875.- JJ2"T -AH- accounts for advertising did tub Uription which htcame due on or before the first daffof February, and all bills for legal adcer lismentt vhich appeared in the Miner prior to Vial date are payable to John It. Marion. All account accruing tinct that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the prttent proprietor. DR. J. A. TONNER. Tho name of tbis gentleman is perhaps fa miliar to most of our readers, as former su perintendent of Indian affairs in Arizona, and now Indian agent at the Colorado reser T&Ion, on the Colorado river. Much has been said in tho public prints derogatory of his management of the affairs of his reservation, and of him as a man, be fore our arrival in tho Territory, the justice of which we are not prepared to vouch fcr nor to dispute. The Dr. is here, has called upon us and wc have heard hjs version of the unpleasantness between himself and Captain Byrne, of the Army. The result is, we are convinced m...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 30 April 1875

Local Intelligence Church Notice. Revereod Mr. Wriffht will preach la the Court-rwm every Sunday at 11 a. M. until further colic. Sunday school immediately sifter terrico. L 0. 0. F. Tbe Independent Order of Odd Fellows celebrated tbe 50th anniversary of tbe introduction of tbe Order into tbe United States, on Monday evening last, at tbeir ball, corner of Monteruma and Gurly streets. Beiog an "out 6idcr," we accepted an Invitation to be present, wltbsomcnilsslvinffsas to wbat kind of on or deal tbey might put a fellow ibioub. We found tbe outer door wide open, however, aud walked In with as little ceremony as if it had been a meeting of tbe city council, which It somewhat resembled, in this, tbnt the Mayor was ou the floor making speech, He pare quite an inter esting account of the rise, progress and mission of Odd Fellowship both in this country and Eu rope. Others made short epeecbes, chiefly a rela lion of personal experiences which partook, to some extcut. of the love feast. Sev...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 30 April 1875

From the Butte Record. SOXV OF THE PICK. la the mountains where the cedars And the pine tree crow so tall, Where the merry Mnirln;; streamlets. Kueb o'er Juttirr cliffis, and full, There tlie Mountain Ivy creeping O'er tlie bills iu clusters thick, is unconscious or the music , . Of the busy miner's pick. '' 'It never Leeds the ringing tones Of tbe ever soundiuj; pick. In the Srlnirtltne when the cnlches Are brawling loud and sbrill, And the enow U slowly melting On each sunny sloping hill, There the mountain quail Is piping To bis mute in tone so quick. Thnt be lo.-es all the mumc Of the preot jrround sluicing pick Tbe pebble stirring pick. But be does not fear the clashing Of the granite cleaving pick. In tbe Summer when tbe breezes Gently toy with modeht tiowrra. And the bumming bees are striving To improve tbe shining hours, The chipmonk sits and listens WItb bis ears so shrewd aud quick, To the music underneath him Of the honest miner's pick, Tbe uold unearthing pick. There's m...

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