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PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1876.
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Lttorney rnd tmimelor at Law.
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rmst ct 'WtjMogta' and Moatertma Btreat, Phoraix.
" 11T A . 1Vsi I .PY.
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Cerbat, Moliave County, A. T.
OURS CAKEFUU.Y ASSATEt'.
gn-repf ani Civil Engineer,
Antxi?e Vnfley, Yavapai Co, A. T.
31 ninpUy and accurately nttended to.
k . 'LrtrcCANBLESS,
fif t sire ;i 74 oatezuma St, bet. Gurley &
; .Villia r Jcjprs north of Head & Co.'s
" J. C. )TIS,
nUorontr, Public Administrator,
justice of the Peace
0ne Poo North of KeUy & Stephens'.
mJi . SOUTHWORTII,
(Uataof AY. (1 & X M. linen, Jr., Xasrille. Teoiu.)
ftafa Arizona Territory.
nei ju&CounsclW-'at Law,
Met AttotnflT for Mohaje Cotmty,
prsloii la the Cearts of Yavapai
L aadie Supreme Cflfcrt.
T ED. W. VKt.IJI,
r'tafnaltd to them
, iuuiuus atso uas me route from
ibiir -jo Florence
Ch t, Division Agent for the Stases of
IfOOU nd New Mfirlen Ftnrm. 'n u-na
Itwciand bought more lumber for eta.
the route. He informed us that It was
Ration to get started to running between
i and 15th of this month.
X JTCfLES iiSHFOUD,
' 1 Wcs, Pimonnty, Arizona.
41 r P1'' w li proffW'" " CmrtU of toe Territory
f i f I IWX WLEONARD,
31 J tornc'jfaud omiselor at Law.
.Vj MuiWi parltfohave County.
I j hvrtter,
j' ,r f HtidKC,8Wcc of the Peace
, 1 -nd 'eyaric.County Building.
f Jpj imlOW.ARD,
: Jh) l Huselor at Law.
V I Notatyi
I mm, . We nJ bc8t of wteh nd clcb work go '
M M .
WjM. M. BUFPUM
Still Occitpies the Old Stand, West Side
of the Plaza,
And is ill receipt of a Large Invoice of
New and Desirable Goods,
With other Ordered and on the Way,.
His customer! and tbe bubllo rrnerxllv ran th
aj heretofore, jtnylblny tbey may need in the way of
Staple & Fancy Dry Good
LADIHS' AND OENTJjEMENS'
C 7u O T H I N G
MENS AND BOYS HATS
JBootw and. Shoes,
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES.
HARDWARE, TIN & WOODENWARE
CBOOKEEY, QLA8S AHD EAETHENWABE
PAPER HANGINGS, LAMPS, CLOCKS,
Minini; and FarmiHg Tools,
Tojrrther with; many otber tblBfs, which w
mentioned OtVK HIM A CALL.
l'rescott, Junnl7, 1875.
IMS. T. HATnr.V, UCZr.KIAIt tlKOOKS,
-tm's Fer.'y, J'rucutt.
' v County. A, T. ratapai County, A. T.
- Sn.Etf & CO.,
and Cracked Wheat.
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Are viw tecelvin a large assortment of
D.'.ect from New York,
FOR SjWIjTC T.OW FOR CASH.
CHAS.T. HAYDEK & CO.
rretcott, September 10. U75.
KM. X. KtUVI. V. A. STtrUE-NS.
K13LLY & STEPHENS,
3T E s AGENTS
And Wholesale and ltetail Dealers la
GENTS' VXD Ell I VEA R,
Tol)ticco, Cigars, Confectionery
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Buck Gloves, Figs, Dates,
Nuts, Toys, and WateheSi
GAHDEN SEEDS, ETC.
Cor. Moateram and Parley Streetj, Prescott, A. ,T,
BENJ. H .WEAVER,
Montezuma St, Opposite Dan Hatz's New
Is prepared to furnish Miners, Farmers uad everybody
else with . '
Suar, Tea, "
The "Pin-bad" Is , tho latest discovery, and
was recorded j-cstcrdny by W. YV. Wells, lie
says it took a "long head" to think of a suitable
name, but be fetched it.
Too Late. A gosslppy, chatty letter from
Antelope Springs arrived too lale yesterday for
purpose, bu". will appear In oar next Issue.
The writer bas struck "float" and goes Into ex
taelc over Antelope.
Xo gone nor dance 1 bring lrota jron treat cltv
l nat qneens It o cr our Uste the ruorc'a the
Though, by the by, abroad why will you roam
Good sense and taste ure native here at home :
But not for panegyric 1 npprar,
1 come to wish you all a j.'ood new year !
Old Father time deputes me here before ye,
Not for to preach, but tell his simpleslory.
The sae gmre ancicut couph'd, nnd bade me sa v,
"You're one year older this important day."
If wiser, too he hinted some sujrircstion.
But 'twould- be rude, you know, to ask the ques
tion; And with a would-be roguish leer and wink,
lie bade me on you press this one word
Xc sprightly youths, quite flu?h'd with hope nnd
Who thluk to storm the world by dint of merit,
To you tbe dotard has n deal to say.
In his sly, dry, sententious, proverb way!
He bids you mind, amid vour thoughtless rattle.
That the first blow is ever half the battle ;
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tuai mouii some uy the skirt may try to snatch
Tet by the forelock Is the hold to catch him ;
That whether doinir. urTerinir. or forbearinc.
Tou may do miracles by persevering.
Last, though uot least In Iotc. ye faithful fair.
Anirelic lorms. hi"h Heaven's necullar care!
To you old Bald-pate smooths his wrinkled brow.
ana nunttuy begs you'll mind the Important
To crowu your happiness he nsks your leave,
And oilers bliss to ;ivo and to receive.
Kor our sincere, though haply weak, endeavonrs,
trim graieiui nrrae we own vour manv favours
And howsoe'e.-oui toncues may III reveal It,
Believe our glowing bosoms truly feel it.
LETTER FROM FHOINIX.
Pikexii. A. T., Dccomber 30th 1875.
Editor Arizona Miner :
I was sitting by the flro when tliP lady
said hurrab, three cheers! for Phmnix lias
had a Christinas Tree, and a very nice tree it
was too. On Christmas eve the great hull of
tbe stage office was densly filled with brave
men, fair women, smart boys and pretty
girls. The curtain was rsiscd punctually at
seven o'clock, and there was he Christmas
Tree, a fine large, pepper tret', brilliantly il
luminated, on a raised platform at the upper
end of the ball, surrounded by a bevy of
young girls dressed in white, while the band
gaily played the Tallahassee Waltz. The
girls then sang a Christmas carol and tbe
committee began distributing the presents,
such nice -presents as they were too. The
"iris got a nice handkerchief each, to keep
nty noses clean, and books and toys,
things, besides a comforter to
icck to keep them warm ;
''I be seeking the com
" that same neck
knives, candy, etc. Some of itie .rt"nrup
people got presents on the tree also, some
were 'very nice and ' valuable' and wilTbe
treasured up as coining front loving hearts,
and others were ludicrous. The two big fat
married men, who never had a baby in all
their lives," got nice little baby shoes jut as
though some imp of a fairy was reminding
them of neglected duties. A nice young
man got a very nice !ookput on the tree ex
pressly for him by a very nice young girl and
an old bach got a pigs tail, dried and withered
up. During all this time there was such
laughing and joking, noise and confusion and
every body happy. The little schoolmam,
the life and soul of tbe occasion, was around
full of animation, pleased, proud and happy.
The lirtlc folks trunged home loaded with
presents, the seats rere quickly cleared out
and the dancing bean and was kept up till
nearly morning. About eleven o'clock the
dancers repaired -to the Capital House and
sat down to a capital supper prepared by
Patterson & Kelburn and, it is said, a better
supper was never set in Phtenix. So cuded
the festivities of the first Christmas Tree in
CHCItCH a:.d school.
On Sunday before last a number of folks
from Phcuriix and vicinity attended Church
at the Meqite. The Quarterly Conference
of the M, E. ohurch South was held in the
court house in Pbueuix on Saturday and Sun
day, "'lie attendance on Church last Sun
day evening was very large. Parson Iledje-
peth Ijits been lecturing in the court house
every ovening during the week.
The school children have had holidays this
wees. Jirs. rwKpamcK win open scuooi
agrin on Monday -next. The school at the
s- will bc.discpntimied for the present.
TI-vdcn'.s Ferry will be con-
- - wjNuuau iUCHUU AIUC&S,
which I will sell for cash or exchange for otber sheep
bueks or e ires. J. jj. M.UUO.V.
uecemer vi, 1075,
Of Every Class and Kind,
Alirar on hand and for salr. at tho illXEU office, at
pr ioea such as no lawyer, justice of the neace or other
officer can reasonably find fault witb.
U5K WEED REMEDY OS OREGON BHEU
mfi fnr it nu VTVri ait a t -
PECK AND BHADSHAW;
Editor Mixer: Little has occurred
this camp since I last gave you items4 that is
of much interest ! to the outside world
Mining matters al! going on steadily and qui
etiy. At tbe Peck mine they are working
night and day sinking a shaft on the Peck
and running a tunnel which will when com
pleted cut both tbe Occident and Peck some
over 100 feet in depth, (tbe two veins are
parallel and 170 feet apart), and will bo 300
feet long. From both mines on tho upper
works they are getting out splendid ore,
the Occident showing a fine streak of rich
carbonate, while the rich chloride crevice of
the Peck is yielding as usual. The Peck
compsny I understand will notsend any more
ore into Prescott this winter. The Presi
dent of the Company, C. C. Bean, will go to
San Francisco with the last lot of ore sent,
and perhaps make arrangements to have the
ores worked somewhere near here, at Wal
nut Grove, Turkey Creek or the Agua Fria,
where milling facilities are found to be best.
The present cost of getting ore to San Fran
cisco is a great drawback, and even the ex
pensc of packing it from here to Prescott
50 per ton is such that it is impossible to
do anything with any but first-class ore, say
that which will assay from $750 per ton up
wards ; the rest must be worked nearer the
mines or lie on the dumps until a day of
cheaper transportation arrives.
The smelting furnace alluded to in the
Miner, of the 17th, was started on the 22d
and worked to a charm. .Mr. Lievas, the
smelter, worked 1,000 poundR uf the ore,
getting 95 percent, of the assay value, ac
cording to the assay of Messrs. Jewell &
Ilogle. The furnace is a small affair, and
will only work one ton per week. Horse
power was used to start with, but the gear
mg broke nil to smash before running ton
minutes, and the machinery is now in ttatu
quo. and nearly worthless. It was brought
to Arizona by Judge Rush, to run a quartz-
crusher. The boys used to call it the fly-
killer, and has never done any anybody any
good 60 far us I can learn.
The Ubmpany arc putting up an assay fur
nace and building, where L. B. Jewell and
Geo. T. Ilogle will carefully test all the
ores taken Irom the mine, which will
enable the assorters to work much closer
than before. A few assays made in Pres
cott have previously been the only guide
they have had, and as ores looking very
much alike often vary wonderfully in value,
much ore has gone into the sacks for ship
ment that should have been put in the
second-class pile, and vice tena. Near the
mouth of the tunnel mentioned, n fine well-
appointed blacksmith shop has been built
and is in operation.
At the Silver Prince tbe principal work
going on is tho sinking of a shaft which is
now about fifty feet deep. It is on what
they call tho little ledge, and follows the
vein down, taking out all between the
walls, which are from 4 to feet apart,
and as smooth as a bar of soap. At the top
of the shaft very rich chloride was found,
but as they went down the pay streaks
widened from a few inches to more than a
foot, the ore changing to fine milling ore,
good enough, but not sufiicently rich to bear
transportation to San Francisco, at present
rates. The Prince company have built a
comfortable frame bouse, have a cook
ing.stove, and live as nicely as any old
bachelors in the country.
Smith and Buttrick, on the Black Warrior,
have been taking out some rich rock re
centty, and are now running a cut across
their vein to prospect it more thoroughly.
On the Evening Star, Frank Schultz has
been making a fine trail, so that easyaccess
to his valuable mine can now be had from
either the Peck or Prince camps, and he is
now sinking on the discovery claim, south
of his tunnel, where he hns a four-foot vein
of ore, some of which assay.- over 400 per
Goodwin and McKhlnon, on tho 3d ex
tension south of the Silver Prince, have
found SGO0 rock on tbe surface, and feel
I have recently been to Bradshaw City
for a week doing some title work on old
locations, and 6aw Pete Heed, John Mc
Derwin, Jack Junior, Dave Gray, and Judge
Kutz there, and heard of others, all busy on
the same errand, and learned that nearly all
the locations made in Bradshaw in '71 and
iince, have had the title work done on them
our.'C I went down to the Tiger to
ok at the old camp. It looked
-ed, and it is aad to see the
s of good ore on the dump,
ing out of the shaft.
Rejoiced over a rumor
- Hout Dec. 1st, for
such were the
. infused into
f Oac old
i one of
.., so muLit THAX IJABHIT METAT.
for journal boxes, eto.. for sale t the iliNca office in
quantities to suit purchasers.
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ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
PRINTED IN DUE FORM
FOR SALE AT JITNER OFFICE.
t-5PALL.THE PATENT PTXL8, FEE8H AND
Cnmnc. at UK. KKS D A Livff Urnir Ston.
5 f A at llonj- Terns trie. Adresr
V aU.-PiV o. STWSOJf &. CO.. Portland, JIahie-
was. And in a moment in came Mrs. Blunt
and the baby, and a two year old boy, all
tired after a horseback ride that day from
Mr. Alexanders ranch near Prescott. They
stopped that night at Mr. Peck lmuse, and
are now living close by in a big tent.
Several others are gathered in tents for tho
winter. Your correspondent has one set
into tbe side uf the hill, with a frame inside,
and a hois dug in the bank for a fire-place
with a covered ditch running up the hill for
a chimney, and is quite comfortable therein
by a big fire, writing for the Miner.
Jas. Fine has an establishment for the
sale of spirituous drinks, 12x14 feet, built of
the lumber of a house which formerly stood
in Bradshaw City, and was torn down and
packed over here, nine or ten miles, on
horses and burros. Farley & Ellis, from
Wickenburg, have another to bo open Jan.
1st, 18x24 feet, tho lumber for which they
whin-sawed in the hills about three miles
from here, and dragged down by horse
power 200 feet at a load. They will have
quite a nice house, for the mountains, when
completed as it is to be lined and papered.
The shaft on tho Peck mine, mentioned in
the beginning of this yarn has developed
magnificently since Christmas. Those who
have seen the mine will understand its situ
ation when I say that the shaft was started
on the east side of the mine, in the open cut
on top of tbo bill, where the ore sent to Pres
cott bas been taken out; it was sunk at the
back end of the cut, which was about 20
feet deep, and is now down 32 feet, and tbe
bottom bas reached a fine body of ore, two
feet thick, and tbey have been taking out
rich rock all the week. It is tbe largest
and best deposit of ore yet found on this
wonderful mine, and Mr. . ilogle says, (and
his varied experience gives weight to his
opinion), that it is the richest average ore
he ever saw taken out of the ground. All
lands and the cook are jolly over this strike,
as it is evidence of tho permanence of the
mine and encouraging to everybody in the
district, and furnishes means to keep every
thing moving. The tunnel is to cut the
veins at right angles, is in some twenty-live
feet and in very hard, blue slate. Atiwther
tunnel on the north side of the hill, being
run in on the Peck vein, is in 70 feet.
After several threatening and blustering
performances on the part of the weather, we
had our first storm of the winter AVcdnes
morning, commencing at 2 o'clock a. m.
with rain, and closing at noon with four
nehes of snow, which left the southern side-
hills next day, but is likely to remain on the
northern exposures the rest of the season.
Schultz is sacking ore on tbo Evening
Star, to send to 0. Pletz to be worked by
him in Prescott, and tells me he has two feet
of pay ore three inches of which is rich
enough to send to Swansea for reduction, if
Hoping your anxiety to know what had
become of your "Peck" corrcspondeut, ex
pressed in a late Minek, will be allayed by
this half-bushel of stuff, and wishing the
MiN'tfii and its readers a happy and prosper
ous New Year, I am, truly, H. A. B.
Peck Mine, Dec. 'SO, 1S75.
THE FORT WHIPPLE AMATEUR
Editor Miner : Last Tuesday evening.
according to the programme, on the boards
of tho Ft. Whipple theatre, was presented
by the Dramatic Association of the Post,
the two-Act drama of "Among the Break
ers." luo uiiterent roies, ana tuey wuo
"in buskin'd measures moved," are given
in the caste below I
David Murray, (keeper of light house),
Col. Martin. Larry Divine, (his assistant)
Lieutant Overton. Hon. Bruce Hunter,
Lieut Anderson. Clarancc Hunter, (ward)
Lieut. Scott. Peter Paragraph, (news
paper reporter), Capt. Porter. Scudd,
Hunter's servant), Mr Johnson. Minnie
Daze, (Hunter's niece), Mrs. Martin. Bess
Starbright, ("cast up by the waves"), Miss
Iitchcock. "Mother Carey," (a reputed
fortune-teller), Mrs. Kautz. Biddy Bean,
(an Irish girl), Mrs. Thomas.
The Orchestra, under the direction of
rofessor Albino Abbiati, gave selections
from Strauss, and the Operas.
The scenes of the play are laid in a light
house, one of the bright eyes of Ocean, and
the heroine, Bess Starbright, "they do say,"
ke the Sea Sibyl, cradled amidst the
eaving billows nnd rolling surges, and by
accident and adoption one of Mother Carey's
chickens, under the lea of tbe rock -bound
coast, had just saved the life of one of the
irrepressibles, a newspaper reporter, when ;
the curtain rose.
Mrs. Kautz, as Mother Carey, was a de
decided specess. As tbe deserted wife of
Paul Huntnr, alias David Murray, and in
tbe disguise of Mother Carey, assumed in
order that she might keep untiring vigil
with a woman's constant devotion over the
weal and fortunes of him who had forsaken
her, she displayed dramatic talent of that
high order which, under the contending
Knassions and emotions of the stage, wholely
I i j i :
uimerjeu ucr uiuniuuaiiiy.
J?ts. Thomas, as Biddy Bean, was so com-
transformation that it seemed as if
JrfCattbieen" no other "jewel," but Larry
FOR SAlhxlint" all the days of the past
J3Z&a the nibernicu,itk
made notices. fiffcer. and his InakrflMlk
MAGNOLIA WJstfcame under tsKMfa
and the best WiacUT'Syerton. a veritahU
nine, at DR. KEi.'DA
zled the eyes with her queenly grace aad
charmed tho senses with her perfected role.
Miss. Kittie Hitchcock, blithe aad debo
nair, as such an ''enfant'5 of the deep blue
Sea should be, in tho character of Beet Star
bright, was so coquetishly the heroine of
the storm and tho wild wares, that tbe,
words of Bruce Hunter to Clarence,, "the
happy bridegroom of so fair a bride," aaade
vnvious the longings of more than one of
Lieut. Scott, as Clarence Hunter, the heir
of luxury, of pride and of ancestral Muse,
brought home to all hearts the truth aad
beauty of that love which is stronger thaa,
the barriers of society, and which, as Mother
Carey said, like a beauteous dream glows
upon the memory like gleams of hope.
In the role of that necessity of the prew,
the indefatigable reporter, Capt. Porter
played the "devil" with Minnie Date' affec
tions, and taking him all in all, was "extnu'
In the play of the passions of revenge, aad
that mercy "which becomes the throned
monarch better than his throne," as tie noble
hearted man, whose life had bcea blighted
by the loss of his only child, who eventually
turned up as Bess Starbright Lieut. Ander
son gave evidences of a dramatic ability
that, with cultivation and more confidence!
will render him an addition to any society
of amateurs. The character of David Mur
ray,' tbe profligate of early days, the hard
cned.criminal of the time of the drama,
whose whole life had beon checkered by dis
appointed hopes and painful incidents, whose
record had been stained with crime and
shame, tho deserter of his wife, the Charlie
Ross abstractor of the child of his forayt ,
friend, and the villain who had therivtor A
it to the mercy of tho winds and waves, iv5P
over the strings of whose conscience, not en
of decided merit
In the scene where the seeming old ci
with melo-dramatic voico nnd action, re
to tue man tue supposed uiaden se
the past) both Col. Martin, (tho David) ycar yjg
at) J, auu jxia. uuuii nnu iu BomeiUlIgtanC8sk&
i r T.-....4- . is
that dramatic fervor and force that cafef tlig
its inspiration from a completo absorptifcvill Us)
all individual thought and action intojaay rS
passions of the play ; and finally when) pay
desperate man, baflled, discovered, an
tcateu, under tlie terrible agony or disjfcent
falls senseless into the arms of "dat cbkd
Scud, and the clear ringing accents of al
old crone startles tho listener with theiri? ri
tensity, as she proclaims tho fulfillmentn
her nronhocv. wn hntl nlmnsfc hfHnril. ilPOr
the veritable Witch of Endor, assuming lir
i . j i "i. ,
an instant the form of Meg Merrilies h
once tnoro come "to revisit the glimpses oJ
tue moon. ' bji
The remorse of David Murrnyan in tH'
presence of his once mortal enemy, he scfglt
tbe phantasies of his brain, lue uanciBfr ,
of the babe murdered, orf he supposed, f
ago, as it rose and felt upon .the wateSj Jiv
tue scene, wiierc cuiminatcu ice paincot
the drama. Colonel Martin's actintr
..i.. r.i ....tw
And lastly, "dat ar niggar," a "Judge
a scholar." Inimitable, not too far fat
(as the phrase is), a match for any Uitjie
cum. and a relict to tue ft znt-us Jcelin
engendered by the events and ftewie of tbe
play. Scud, as rendered by Xf. Johwos, x
will be long a delightful" rcuetabraaee sf the
utter futility of tho "cullud" bifYktetts of
the 15th Amendment. And the play, like
all other human events, bjrgame a "part of
memory, and to some of thcJft who were de
lighted by tbe beauty of its comedy, came
the mournful interrogatory, "Whenshaflwe
three meet again," in thunder, ligbtniBg ,or
in ram I"
Alter tlie play an elegant conation yrw
served at tbe quarters of Lieut. Overten,
and then, "All the world" became "a stage,
and all the men and women players." 1
A Looker Ok in Vienna
Senatou Roach, of San Francisco, has m
troduced a bill in tbe Legislature araead
section 243 of the Penal Code to read, at
lows: A battery is punishable by a,flg.
exceeding one thousand dollars, or by 5:
prisonment in the county jail not excee
six months, or, if committed upon thy
of tbe assailant, by not- -it sv-Uan J
lashes on the bare back, to bo admi. r,'.
by theshcrifTof tbo county, under fttv 4irt
tion of tbe court or judge. The act tt lalt
Mr. Elkins is an able and energetic rt
sentative, and has already done mow to I i
New .Mexico to tue lront than all ( 'esAjrKL,
C. II. Laberec has a remarkable hen, at'?
anyrato she recently laid a remarkable eg g-
which measured 7 inches one way round
.i nfi. i i . .
, the whispers of remorse astios;; iijH
of happier days yet plat lecnk I UrMMM
its successful rendering an 3cQUiJ n Jm
anu u anomer. w uen oroKen two complete jf
egg were found inside the shell. : Citizen. J j
Thare's lots of men jn this world that arc jjt
line a rooster tahc tue cocnaue ana spur on r
from them and yu couldn't hardly fell thcrif
from a hen. Billing. fc
The Georgetown Miner says hat Cel
raao may saieiy ue put uown tec j
in gold and silver tbis year, and
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