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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly miner. — 16 July 1875

Rruona fHli- Jftmer. . . -V f V 4 A l i YTT -' Xo. 28. PRFSf!OTT. ARTZOXA. PRTIUV RVF5YTXO. .TTfTiY Ifi. 1875. LStaDllSIiea 1004. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. it never pays, m I I I E ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....BT... . J. BUTLER. l!i S, 1601. and in this. lU twelfth year, it can, jrslh. cut:tn w ne mo oiurn, targni iwu ui ucn ri, Urn Territory. Subscription Rates: sLcr. One Year- S7.00 jmuuji t. iw Three Month 2.50 lyvp - Advertising Rates. "lf linfinfthli tvueV tn culuinn. ft.1.00 for first m! si. so rcr inch lor e.icu auumonai insertion. ral rfUcoilDt from above rates will b made to per- ..Vn aarermo iarreiv uv ine vear. uau you ui .ilonol mt ImnInrM car J i inserted upon reasons' Mast sending m money lot lUDscrtption, Bavenisinjr JUTK. v. w- . ... . . . . y . WttMS. in advance invariably. liittM all omen nan leuen iu "THE MINER." Prwcott, Ariiona. A WE HAVE HAD BUSINESS WITH THE FOL lowinp persons and firms, and recommend them as liberal dealers. The fact that they publish...

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 July 1875

rJC. J. Butler, Editor. FRIDAY, JULY 16tli, 1875. GEN. KAUTZ' OPINION OF THE PECK MINE. TTti.-Ottc. 71rpiT?Tirvr rrr A TT7nv I "1 Prescott, July 14, 1875. ' 5 Editoh 3r"ER: Having recently visited the new discover' in the vicinity of Brad shaw Mountain, known as the "Peck Lode," LETTER FEOM CERBAT. Cerbat, A. T., July 7, 1S75. Editor Miner: Since the death of Mr. Grant the mail has been behind hand com ing from California on several occasions. This mail arrives generally at Uardyville a few hours after the Prescott mail leave?, rr All account for airerthAna and uh. nicate my impressions of what I saw, scriplion ichicli became due on or beore the first which 1 am ver-r wiIIinS t0 do. for tbe reason day of FJjruary, and all bills for legal adcer- luat 1 wa3 QOSt "vorably impressed with tHemenU wliicli appeared in Hie Miner prior to lt3at rcS,on a.8 a mineral country. several citizens have requested me to com- tLererore your mail and ours remain at Ilar- thai dale are payable to John J...

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 July 1875

Local Intelligence The Celebration at Williamson Valley. The good people of Williamson Valley, learning tbat there would be a ball in Prescott on the night ol the 5th postponed their celebration until Friday afternoon, when they assembled at .Mr. jerry v. oumvan'a bouse and had a real genuine good time. Dinner was served at o'clock p. m.nnd supper at midnight. Those ol our town who were fortunate enough to be able to attend speak in the highest terms of the manner in which cveVythlug was conducted, Especial mention is made of Mtsdames Cook .aasn ana uaicy, to wbom was entrusted the manipulation of the eating department. After diuncr the dancing began and lasted until everybody was satisfied. Ilcnry Herbert was floor manager and Mr. Donihae chief musician There were some 25 ladies and 50 gentlemen present, an ol wnom enjoyed themselves fully ana were loud in praise of the bachelors of Wil liamson Valley. Chino was well represented Prescott sent a good delegation and Williamson did th...

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 July 1875

r mm COURAGE LOST. W!io would be a moral knavcf ? Who would be a sot and slave ? Who would All a drunkard's grare? Xcvcr, let it be. Who vrtl! take the noblo plan ? Who will prove himself a man ? Lot one, If you will yon can Will it, andbclrce. Let no coward fears affright, ' ' God Is on the eide of rijrlit; He will aid you by hiamiyht, II jou will be free. Never such a word as fail, Klht is mi;;ht and must prevail; Darkest foes in vain assail ; .Onward and be free. Wipe the tear from woman's eye, " Still the bunirry children's cry; I5e a freeman, live or die; Triumph waits the free. I3Y TIL LE GKR-AJPII. ISpscial to the Miser by TJ. 8. Military and "W. U. LiaesJ TEREITOEIAL. Florence, July 8tli. Flourishing reports .como daily to Land of the Pinal mines. The latest discoveries arc the Josephine and the Pike mines. Professor Shaw of Camp Mc Dowell, with whom we had a conversation yesterday, said that the Josephine was a true Gssurc vein of the Silver King. It is traceable on the sur...

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 July 1875

MUtKZ Vol. XII. No. 29. PBESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, nr T. J. BTTTLEIR- The flrtnnmbr of the WEEKLY MIXER was Umedon J arch 9, 1G4. and in this, lu twelfth year, it can, rllh truth. cUitn to be the olJeit, largest and best news paper ia the Territory. Subscription Rates: Joe Copy, One Year.... " " Six Month.. S7.00 4.00 " Three Months.... Single Copies 2.50 25 Advertising Rates. One Inch f 12 lines of this type), in column . 53.00 for first insertion ami $150 per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal diMVonnt from above rates will be made to ir eon who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasona ble terms. Persons sending ns money fnt snbsrriptlon, advertising or Job work, may fortrurd it by mail, or otherwise, at their own risk. Ltgal Tender Xottt taken at par in payment for tub. ttription, advertising and job leorir. TERMS. In adv...

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 July 1875

'J?. J. 23utler, Editoi-. . FRIDAY, JULY 23d, 1875. j3T" All accounts for advertising aud sub scription lelucJt lecame due on or before the first day of February, and all bills for legal adver tisements which appeared in the Miner prior to tltat date are payable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing tince that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. REMARKS OF JUDGE DUNNE JN 1804 UN THE SCHOOL QUESTION. Judge Dunne savs, in bis letter to us. tbat in the war timed be did not understand tbe school question as well as bo thinks be does now. For tbo puq)use of showing how be nnderstood it then, we copy from tbe Citi zen certain extracts from speeches niada by bim while a member of tbo Nevada State Constitutional Convention in 18C4; Mr. Dunne offered this proviso to Section 2 of the educational article of the Consti tution : " Provided, tbat tbe legislature shall have the power to pass euch laws as shall make it compulsory with parents and guardians that all white c...

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 July 1875

mi Local Intelligence. SrEClJU. Notices tn Me reading columns will be charged at the rate of Tinirrr cents per line for first insertion, and tieenly cents a line for each 't.fmimt insertion. Fai.se Alajim The Alarmist in Jail. On Tuesday morning last a uian giving his name as Charles Bradshaw, but who has sometimes gone by tbc name of David Hume, and at other times known as Buck, ramc galloping up to Headquar ters at Fort Whipple, and afterwards Into town, and told a story about the Indians having broken out between Stoncman'isLake and Tonlo Basin, and killed Samuel Miller, John Kusher and a Mr. Carpenter, of this place. The man was per fectly sober, told to straight a story and seem ed so candid about it, that people bczan to think it must be so, notwithstanding the silence of the telegraph. He even went so far as to say that he bad seen the scalps of these men at Camp Verdi', which the soldiers lind recovered from the In dians after killing 30 of them. We questioned him as ton des...

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 July 1875

1 t If ID It LEGEND. Tcu daughters Lid Donald McPbcrson, Ten daughters and never a sou ; -Like a'stceji fliclit of stairs were tbe lassies, As fair as the day every one. Bui Donald be fretted aud worried, Anil envied hifi neighbor McKay, Whose boys climbed tbe trees and ;bc fences, An array in battle array. go strange is ibis world, or tbe mortals Tbat people tbk planet of ours; "For McKay and bis wife burned witb envy And railed at poor Fate and ber powers, Tbat save to tbat ugly Mci'bersou tio many fair girls as bis Ebare, And denied tbem one daughter to brighten Aud sweeten life's toil aud its care I Mcantinic, a9 the "gude folk" w-'t ircttlug And olonnini; at obstinate Fate, The boys aud the girls played together As happy as heirs of the great. Tbe lads made the fair lassies braver irjlirroamlug the banks and the braes.' While tbcfiir busies made tbe lads butter And sofluued their boisterous ways. Yoars passed aud the young people married, Tbe two bouses joined into one, Tilf ea...

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 July 1875

rrl VTT nn " " " " " . Till -auu. xi u. ovr. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, nr.... T - J- BUTLER. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1S75. Established 1S04. Tbe llrstnumber of the WEEKLT MlXSR wan Issuedon Jarch 9, J6C4, and in thii, iu twelfth year, it can, with troth, claim to be the oldest, largest Rail best news rsper in the Territory." Subscription Rates: Jne Copy, One Year " Six Months Tingle Cupi S7.00 a rv Three Months 2i50 25 Advertising Rates. One inch ("12 l!ne of this type), in column. 83.00 for first uiertion nnd C1.50 per inch for each additional Insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will be made to per sons who advertise largely by the year, half year or larter. Pnifrsslonal nnd business cards inserted upon reasona- fc'.s lerm. Persons sending us money for subscription, advertising or job work, may forward it by xail, or otherwise, at toeir own nsK. Ltgal Tender Xottt taken at par in payment for tub fCHJK'on, aarrritimg anajoo twirJe. Tkr...

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 July 1875

'X. J. Butler. Editor. FRIDAY, JULY SOth, 1S75. rTlIT aCCOUMt J9T aarcrivnng ana ruu- . ... , f , J . j ,..,,. s',.t J,.. any o, reorvary, aw a Vu ,r y v..-.. r tliat dnit art payable to Jolm II. Marion. All icarmU Meriting tince that date art payable to T. J. flutter, 0e praent proprietor. NEW COUNTRY. three iwsdred is mass os cataract zcreekas istelligest chief asd t ' tea ceaiile f0llo vters. fa r.visg ASV FRVIT RAISISG COXMUSlTi: liau O'Lcary, who went out some time since at the Instance of Gen. Kautz and I)r. Tonner, to talk with the Iiualpai, has made ""'a'iitensivc excursion into the Indian coun try, and returned yesterday with the follow- ing'report: He took with htm two iiualpai 2 captains and one common Indian, and started for the country of the Supais, and Cataract crock, which he found to be a tributary of the big instead of the little Colorado, as laid down.on the maps. Arriving near the stream, between 175 and "OOhniles nearly north from here, be found it. necessary to...

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 July 1875

Local Intelligence Special Notices in the reading columns will be charged at the rate of thiutt cents per line for first insertion, ana twenty cents a line or each subsequent insertion. Begissixq to Arrive. D. P. "Waterman, wife and two sons, irom Wicbata, Kansas, ar rived here on Wednesday. S. M. Waterman, one oftbe sons, left here on the 11th of May and met bis folk at Santa Fe. The Watermans have been bere before and know what tbey are about Tbey Intend to work the Gold Hill and Pine 3Iountaln mines on Lynx Creek. With the above came James Miles from the same place -with a wife and ten children. Mr. Miles is a house-carpenter and joiner, and will establish himself in Prescott. They represent the road lined with teams, men, women and children all bound for Prescott and Salt River. The Callcn outfit is thought to be about two weeks behind. They all have money enough to keep themselves until they find business, but we fear some of the others will And hard scratching to pet through t...

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. — 30 July 1875

wm - i .III 77JJi JfJA" OF 77J? PERIOD. ,.0 '$ 3TjnrrriniKi3. w;n omn one advise, me what course to pursue, With'oBeyrny dwr'busband, wLo'8 always been trnCi -Wio will djc bii beard, spite ofalj I can do? l tii him frav whisker I alwava admired : Tfcevjrecleauw.apd nicer, and fcliould be desired; gtlir bcJyeS,""aad;of dje-Ibs will never be tired. rr.. .irftl.l liv vnti (mm tlip i'!ilrst one. down rXbtjrbite wju ,tli color, jat sprinkled with tXtViM brown.' ' But be breathed a deep "Ob, oo," and Rare no n-m- r 1rivir!fii! Imf. ifrvcr heat Tbal people ebould go for that purpose "out vt est,- HCTieiben a'aan'ortis bis wife's dyt-ing request TU bintcd.and yet I bare beard- with surprise ThAlenIMe women can be so unwise.) That sometimes the "U(lc wife" the dye-stuff lKM'iP'Ie; MrtliinU I can see bow ebc brushes witb care, Till sti? treU tic right hbade'to the last silver hair, Thi she tells'her weak ord he's bewltcblnc fair. Ob, pshaw ! what an error each people are in I 'Don't ererr one...

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. — 6 August 1875

-- . - 1 ! w-. . immrmimmmm$mmg mono Foi. xn. No. 31. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1S75. Established 1S64. THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ....nr.... T . J. BUTLEE. Th firt number or the Weekly Mink it was Issued on Iarch 0, )8C4, nni in thli. lu twelfth year, it can, with truth, claim to be the oldest, largest and best news paper la th Territory. Subscription Rates: Jne Copy, One Yoar " RlxMunths " Throe Months. tilngle Copies ...S7.00 ... 4.00 250 ... 25 Advertising Hates. Onelnob f 12 lines of tht tyy). In colnmn. 83.00 fur tint Insertion ami $1.50 per Inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will be made to per sons who advertise largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional and business cards Inserted npon reasona ble pterins. ; Persons sending us money for subscription, advertising or Job work, may forward it by mail, or otherwise, at their own risk. Ltyal Tetultr Xolts taktnal pat in payntnt for tub itription...

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. — 6 August 1875

She M.mr 'JC. .T. Butler, Editor. FRIDAY, AUGUST Gth, 1875. 1 X accounts for advertising and sub scription which became due on or before the first day of February, and all bills for Ugal adter tisemenls tchich appeared in the Miner prior to thai date are vavable to John II. Marion. All accounts accruing since that date are payable to T. J. Butler, the present proprietor. JUDGE DUNNE'S COMPLAINT. Wo publish o-day a note from Judge Dunne in which he makes complaint that the Citizen refuses to publish his replies to that paper's stricture on his course with reference to school matters. We regard the course of the Citizen in this controversy as entirely patriotic and praiseworthy in doing all in its power to break the force of any in iiuence the Judge may hare had in opposi tion to free secular education. The Judge, perhnps unconsciously, is trying to cmplant a system of bitter sectarian hatred in the hearts of a prospective people, to poison their liVes for all futuro time, and render ...

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. — 6 August 1875

Local Intelligence. SrECUi. Noticks in the reading column vill be charged at the rate of Tmirrr cents per line for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each subsequent insertion. OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL EXniBITIOX. Tlic following Is the order of Exercises adopt WILLIAMSON VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOL. At Indicated in last -wiwlf'a lectin , - v w 4J uw C lil-I-I lllini. I ulcd oar worthy School SDnerintcdant J,L J . " . ,unlnner' fed worses and had a Canter, on a mission to Williamson Va lev n U?". "VlCW.Mllh tlic host and Jim Saturday, where a mcetins was held n. ,.' " """" "c ,O0K lUu ftUvi--e f "e Greek of Thomas Burke, Esq., in the evcnlne and t 3 r pafWhls tLu ,arms of Mr' IJrldcr proper measnres Uken or tS.S' Gc0rSC TLom!U5. Wc Ied for a moment at pulhlc school in the valley, for the accommoda- tlou of some twenty school children already there as well as to be ready for the large increase of settlers that are almost certain to come durln" the fall. The meeting was entirely informal. ...

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. — 6 August 1875

it; r mini ,m iimii fwmia n i r i ran mil iTir T umtmmtii tt.mmc --. mwih hbwww--. ,i m iwaKi. v -j&Z?S2S2JLtZ2S!2LLJi -S.- - - - M Sl 1 . - I . .IfTITtTn'l T J STAGE LINES. . SAW-MIS. took steps to relieve the emigrants so be- SPECIAL NOTICES. iUJliJJlUM,. J YY? 7. . :I.T1TP sicS.:d- ... .... r: i J 1 1 i f RE if l 0 ess ,A i. TIRED. ' iir arose icnitr. coqke. r - Lay down rav Lca.d. dear, It's no use to cry MvtrSublc Is'paascdjl am frn to die ; Tll-J lilll-iwth is over, I'm beat in the race, For.tUe wind of . the world ahyap blew In my It'll daunt inc no more, but I mind how It blew. Itflinjjed and IIcll. audi, tried it anew; Hut 1i"ht' jon or lie,' it's desperate eae To clamber up-hill with the wind In your face. SwcctlFWcct arc the meadows, by river or rill. Where the turf is all green and the weather is 6tIH ; . , 5ut pcopje can't all have the easiest plncc Tb',5 wind-must be blowing In somebody' face. I'm tired, of it, Mary ! I'm glad to bo gone You're better without rac, ...

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. — 13 August 1875

raona tier Vol. XXL No. 32. Established 1SG4. Jtl PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. FRIDAY P.TTWTAtt ATTttTTftT VI, THE ARIZONA MINER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, lir T - J" . BUTLEE. The first nntnbcr of the Wr.r.KLY Minku was Issued on Jarcli 'J, nnd in Uiis. iu twelfth year, it can, fUH iruwi, ciaim n m mo oldest, largest suit best ncw .2. l. i :..... Subscription Rates: Jm Copy, One Year .' 27,00 " " Six Months 4,00 " Three Month. 2.50 inKiouuiue.- 25 Advertising Rates. Onclnch (I-Hnesof this typp). In column. 83.00 for first neniou aim cuw per men lor eacu additional Inserthm. A liberal discount from above rates will bo rnaIe to tier snnswho oilvertise largely by the year, half year or quaner. Professional and business cards inserted upon reasona Die terms. i Persons sending tis money for subscription, advertising or job work, may forward it by tnail, or otherwise, nt ttrir oirn rise. Jjtgal Tender Notet taken at par in payment for tub- itnpiton, acLxxrlxting anil job icnrk. npTKUMS. In advance i...

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. — 13 August 1875

U .7. Butler. Editor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13th, 1875. LETTER FROM CERBAT. Editor Miner: The mines of Mohave 1 county are looking better now than ever be fore. The miners generally are going stead ily to work, and are determined to show to the world that they have as rich ledges in BY TELEGRAPH Special to the Miner by U. S. Military aad W. U. Lines EASTERN. Oinaba, August 4 This forenoon a terrl this county as are to be found in Nevada I ble storm of rain passed over this city doing and California. Our town is greatly ex- immense damage. Plate glass, f-inch thick cited just now bv the discovery of one of the I was shivered to atoms. Some hail stones -All accounts for adterluing and sub- Janrest deposits of cold that has ever been weighed a pound and a half. The storm was tcriptionvhich became due on or beore the firtt found in Northern Arizona. Messrs. II Buck- confined principally to Missouri .River valley day of February, and all bills for legal adter- fiUaura, lYm. Cory and J. W. Blake...

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. — 13 August 1875

Local Intelligence. SrECUL Notices in the reading columns will be charged at the rate of niutTT cents per line forjirst insertion, ana twenty cents a line or each suoteguent insertion. school, tiuiBiTioN. c Haven't time to give a Tcry full report of the proceedings at the Courtbonsc yesterday afternoon, on the occasion of tbe close of ecLooI lor a vacation of a month, pnor to uc(jiunin; another school year. Suffice it to say that they were highly intcrestins to all who attended, and must have been very batisfac- tory to the parents of the children who acquitted themselves so well. So much was crowded into so short a space of time that the Board of Exam iners found themselves bewildered and so taken up with the cntcrtninment that the only report tney icel willing to make is that they were all best, and all deserve the highest 'praise. Some, It may uc, deserve particular mention, but we do not care to oe mvtaious and will only say that thejnusic was well selected and well executed. A ...

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. — 13 August 1875

ill mm. OUR PUI1LI0 SCHOOL PAPER. Tiur folio wins sdiWicms arc from the 1'rcs- tott School Star, a manuscript paper pro- , duced by the pupils of llic I'rescott public 6cbool.: r")J The Chickens. 3m0b,fMary June, you arc to blame, Tliar. your chickens are not tame 5 Your brahina rooster lout bis tail Tlijs morning flying o'er a rail. You ought to have your cliickcua tame, -Jftbey're uot thcy.miyhtgctlauie, Arfd tfaiat' a sorry sight 'twould be, To see them limp rnvay from me. Ml I J'uif kejw, do you know, the fate J Wliicli awaits you sooner or late? Jklany.- like you have gone to the pot, "And solne day that will be your lot. The School Alphabet A is'forAsaa merchants son, And strange to say the only one. f Blls-for Birdie, -with" eyes' so bright That in the dark they will give light. "(fis for Clara, a Lrislit brunette. Who will take hearts bv the score when she spreads her net. a D.is for, I)ce, a brother of Clara's, And as you all know full of old harry. E is for Eddie, who livs...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Miner
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