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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 5 November 1882

"When tho projection upon which id placed my weight gavo way Jr 'iimt T whs. indeed, lost. AVas wholly conscious atter X'.com- !.d fnlfinff. When I struck the first, I erperiecod a feel Miof. I eeeemed to sink is ol leet, out, 01 course, fchOrt distance I grasped 'vildly, but nothing but the )uld bo felt. I was rising to face and know it. and a feel- Idonly came over mo that be saved. How, I know not. r'll 1 was certain that I was not 1 loft in tho crater. On coming surface I reached out and a Illy rock gavo mo support tho shouts of my friends, but see nothing and was unable .to jut in reply. M ter what seemed ages tho shouts ceased; and I led tlfat my friends had given I) for lost. It was just after phen wo reached the crater; se it was nearly -live o'clock heard what sounded like dis imnder. The noiso grow more liore distinct, and the water nding me began to bo troubled. realized that I was in the cra- Im active geyser, and that in a lime the entire space would bo rith water. I at...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 5 November 1882

7?EMBER 5, 1882. TICKET. ?BRRITOBIAL. Delegate to Congress, )E FOBEST POBTEB. d&perintendent Public Instruction, "&LONZOE.DAYIS. COUNTY. Council ItAMSONS. WELTON. Sonne of RepfosontatiTefl, L. J. LASSELL. Sheriff, BOBEET STEEN Treasurer, E. L. BUBDIOK. ' County Eooorder, JOHN K. MACKENZIE. Distriol Attorney, WM"QBLAKELY. if Probate Jodge, chables atchisson I PnWin AimfTifBtrntnt' fN JAMES J.HYDE. fnext two joe prompt wree or ms name will 3B theli gy of- and his morita nansn of JEW a County will ne years a Sheriff wl and fearless in t duty, and one wj be a terror to euldoes and to the crowds of roughs andpa breakers which will soon be gathered together at the Needles and other places in this county. Vote for Bobert Steen for Sheriff and y u will vote for just such a man, androut the right man in the right pla3. For District torney wo Lave put up TV. G-. Blakel! a manwho has probably rnoifnends and fewer ene mies than arjf man in tde county. He is an old tmer, has' been in our...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 12 November 1882

OL. 1. MINERAL PARK, A. T., STJXDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1882 NO.. AVE COUNTY MINER. TOTJIJSHKD JBTBBT SUNDAY Bt fSONH. SMITH & CO 00 es J. Hyde,-;:7 : Editor. 0 20 S UBS CKIXTbl 'KATES : - vt IT Ono Copy, O no Year. 5.00 " Six Months?.;.... 3.0U ,r" Three HoiKEs. . . J 1,S0 Dingle uopies .... 4. 2. 00 LDTEBTIfeTG KATES : Onie inch in column. 2.00 for first inser lion pn$1.00 per inoh for ouch additional A liberal distmrmt from above ratoa trill bf madti to persons who advertise largely by tno joar, half year or qvarter. Professional and business . cards inserted for ig or month or ?20 per year. PfOFESSIjOMAL CARDS. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEqn MineralPartpA. T. ? 1 MiheraiTark, A. T. LAW, AfS. MASOX, Dej&V inSaddles, Harness, - c'OT? fc SHOES tb And EvwytbiiMin 'e ... BY THE AMIA KIVBK. "Willio. fold your little hands; Let it drop that "soldier" toy; Look where father's picture stands Father, that here Irissod his boy Not a month since father kind, Who this night may (never mind Mother's...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 12 November 1882

R. v JAUNTY MINER. .frSONH. SMITH & 00 -o o- Jahes J. Hyde, o Editor. -o- StJBSORlPTOW BATES: Or. Copy, Ono Year $5.00 fi Six Months... 3.00 " ThxeoMdhths 1,50 Single Copies - 25 " 0 0 ADVERTISING KATES J Ono inch is column. S2.00 for first insor ilon find $1.00 per inch for each additional iiisxrtioa. A libora! discount from above rates mil be mido to persons -who advertiso largely by ilia Tiir. hfi.lf year or avartor. Professional and business cards insorled for 2prnionth or 20 per year. WSERAL PATIK, XOVEjMBER 12, 1S82. TIDE ELECTION, In MincraTPark the election passed off unusually quiet and with no dis turbances to speak of. Of course there woa considerable hilarity among cer- "fen of our citizens who consider the riLt -of getting drunk on election dav. one xf the privileges granted them by the Declaration of lndepen donco.The vote fell short considerably -v irom want was oauuuibu, uut tutiu )H 1- L tJJ 1 t it.- can be accounted for from the fact that many of our towns-folk...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 12 November 1882

p In ParvtrTyffr 0o. will ba ready tf four weeks. If Gold Basin, cana into inn tna election retmua. creeklms atvel at Wil ie countenance of John K.Mac . to Te swnin:the County Be ice. , Carpenter U expected to arrive rhoit boat UD.whicb. left t'nma about Jhofjttis month. Br itmat get 0 single one" of t he lvoks pouoa nc xaaynaia precinci, Davji got nine. irleajlllibee arrived intown Saturday from Hackbfirrv. He trill nuke his 5 with Us for the winter. --otiis Greer will be v.-r 'torn Eackberry i gie us some more t iia iiiunio as soon as Ihe tan borrow another boue .T'lcllate storm has oar-nl some of our to pay considerable attention to the Eon of their roofs and windows. t l-e much of a trip to gu ''inside" ' can gstm, the cars at Beal' Springs off in San Fraridisco in les s than. 48 iGrounda leayes Cor Tex is on Tuos jring his family Jb.ik ia Mineral expeots to be rah na again by lerlst. candidates hafro returned frow roa7&aStown anxiously Ltlj returns from tkflxstant pro- . th...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 12 November 1882

The Limb Pkocess of Blasting. A hot? aud interesting method, called, the "lime process" has lately been discovered in England for breaking oTucoal in a mine -without running ny of the risks inseparable from Wasting. The process, which is said by tbjo London Echo to be a decided Uccelss. is briefly this:Holes are dril led yfe the solid coal at intervals nje&r the roof, and into these are in serted "cartridges" of highly com pressed S ery canstic lime. The car tridges are three inches in diameter, and of any desired length, but they ato mude -with a groove into which a Bniull iron pipe can be inserted. The Ss beWr filled and the pipe inser- ra, if is plugged or tamped to pre sent fke escape of steam, and a num ber being ready, a small force-pump is attached by a flexible tube to the pipe knd the water forced in, which, ing, -wots the lime. The pipe lion closed by a stopcock, and the aamo operation repeated at the next hole Tne hrst result is the conver sion of the water into steam...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 19 November 1882

y ' MOHAV E MINE lUli 1 I MINEEAL PAKK, A. T., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1882. Ksi PRfSS!ONAL CARDS. . BUJHDICK, 91. M AND SURGEON. Mineral Park, A. T. T. . 3JT.AKEI.T, lIineral.Park,A. T. A.J.3IASOX, in Saddles, Harness, tiOOTS & SHOES rytking ia the Leather Line. Prescott, A. T. r05CIII,r. & "DAXTXg AT X1A.AV, Prescott, A. T, W. STEPHEIVSOIV, uiy cfc Counselor at Iarw alBXT 'HOUSES & NOTABX PUBLIC. "PorkA. T. Tins FIRST SOXXESOTA. The Most Gallant Charge War. of the E. AVIS, i i Mineral Park, A. T. AT IL.AW, ilJBSOFS ST0B1 jcenLly brought from San tincisco a run line or Um&UM&mg Goods, B? And a r lue lot of and "Wint We are permitted to take the fol lowing account of a splendid achieve ment at the battle of Gettysburg from an unpublished manuscript lec ture, written by the Hon. Martin Maginnis, of Montana, who was an actor in the scene he describes. Col. Bachelder, the historian, in one of the meetings last winter at General Dudley's office, narrated this inci dent ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 19 November 1882

first inser- additional to rates will bo ear. T, tflftirVT. this paper has a iorv. tneir can n vores to vi 101 Welton's vote in ji rt-tT. .vjrtt-ntTTfir nun 1 tU.1 UlOl uuumilivu Iorv and a maionty of 5y h. For the House, Jbasseii xui ayaj5, uviiu ww t the twp latter T?verhad.a chance plpnfrtrf. Fnr Kecordor jftlac- i i j i Li. i , of anyoneon theticlretrviz.-251 ,ing. For District Attorney is elected by the handsome or on over uureton. x' or ?r jvriuor, independent can- t IGLjantl loXtR votes, which elects i&Sen by just fourotes. For Pr bate Judge, Atchisson liano op- P-.U'a, neither had Hyde-' forb lid Administrator and Coroner. In the Sujervisorship there was consid .rable scratching all around, with . V WorT.-Tn county ticket with the exception of tho Treasurer ird Suporyisr.rs, and have oiriy reason to bo gratified aLth Election? the certificate of the , and any one wishing tten up must foe pre h, certificate. "VT e de p a good reputation our paper but for we cannot do so b...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 19 November 1882

1 LAMSliY STWeltow". nil Hm old home JI.tCGs. f . thered' rqnnu tho hearth id. wintry 1 .thcr. .1 rcmrmbor a lithe happy med tings, r : . racr uvenincs. round tho opei door- 1. -i lov ks, xind hearts, kind "wor Ids, and t.,.uc- greetings, And oKsftag hands, -whose pulses peat no more ? Do you remorabor thorn? i3o i t remorabor whim wa first donarted Pron'inid tho old companions "wlio were round us, j IIqv y ry soon again vro grow light-hcar ted, And talked -with smiles of all the links that bound us? And after, when our footsteps wore return- ing, With unfelt wearinoss, ofer hill and plain, Hjt, our young hearts, kept boiling up and burning, To think ho-vr soon we'd be at homo again? Do you remember this? I you remombor how tho dreams of glory 1- ol fading from us liko v. fairy treasure; i7 thoughtless wo of being famed in story s". mora of those to whom our frae gave pleasure? ' i j you remember in far countries, woeping "Whon a light breeze, a flower, hath brought to mind - Old ha...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 19 November 1882

(lit rtL. oA'oof j-t cou Is" '! .s ir 1 ret L.3 courso la running in opposffBn Fviaicr Welton. wo can bat admit the t tint if ho is elected, the. interests of )have county will bo ably attended to. W. C . Melville has boon appointed agent of tliA A .& P. railroad at Prescott, vice "W. -GU jngalls, resigned At a meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Mohave county, Arizona TemWheiaOcWberl6thxA.D.1882,-tho following persons and places nnnintar1 fis Inspectors and Judges of election and poll- J! ,J-r3 ' I VV Ml M I HaUDULlTUlT l J ww j ii - " - . . .. , , i t -1 m n "vr i 17.1.1, A VtSr, nrn onmrnn.! in fltf.itlfT Till Dfi. 1 1 -T mnarn f OC. ,1011 ZO DB UQIU lUUbUUV, XUVUlliUUL It'll, O. nuiKiui.ixuu6ui,v - hixiLT yimjuo iui mo suu coK. - i , ? ' lac lion om- of hany it Irob- I fAlta Fm an Bform- San Idjh us. fais old Tho Gray Brothers havo just finished the asfoesment work on the Silvor Mbnster n. ne and aro now at work on the dharlotto in lv.Jd Basin. They have some 'fine prop e...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 November 1882

MINERAL PARK, A. T SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1882. VOL if 3 PROFESSilAL CARDS. j PHYSTjOIAN AOT SURGEON Minerd Park, A. T. Y.CS. I1L.AKKI.V. AT 'jtnL i -r i A rp -J CHUKCHI!,!, fc JLNI, AlXONEYS -A.r.T Ij-A-AV Prescott, A. T, W. STEPHEStSO:, I DlSlBICT AtXOIISBY & NOTAIT POBLIC. Mineral Park, A. T. Mineral Park, A. T. ATGl -S3 S TfnviTio- recentl-V PJoil!i f 16 in 4Rr i., - - - w - T- ;vV"j, V- f Gents Furnishing Goods, OVERALLS, CLOTH jAjstl a iiiie lot of Fall and Winter Suits, Also au excellent assortment of Soots, Shoes, Hats, Biaimets, TOBACCO AMD CIGARS. i j. n ,.,A,,...A am- prepareci wau Jfvtv-V-" prices, xue puunu uu- uuiui.u.j G. ErMilii BLACKSMITH, .v; 4- i Hft X 1 SONG Q1? TIZE WISECK. Tho wind blew liisli, tlie waters raved A ship drovo on the kind, A hundred human creatures saved Kneeled down upon the sand. Threescore were drowned, threescoro wore thrown Upon the black rooks wild, And thus among them, left alone, They found oaeholples3 child. A seaman rough, to shipwrec...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 November 1882

5IR I&CO Iditor. RATES: .$5.00 . 3.00 ., 1,50 . 25 Wst inser additioual Lates will be largely by iscrted .882. lias very effect- siness of a certain locraoy, wuicn wss rce at the so-called ition held in this kf Juno last. This imposed mainly, if ien who had little or Ljcounty, who, with sptions, paid no -tax, who had in this county, been here but yet these men in ition dictated to the Demo- of Mohave county who me nominees of the" party lity ticket. But two things the larger and better b party to do. One was he convention entirely one, in which the bet- thoDemocracy should be kund have the control, :as to let matters go on the action of this ,ni;'n a we have the polls, we think ' e congra- IfrlT, the old lemrMii of it, on 'au nor in which Lei is of that "suido" conven er -ii:o cji k; Juration the vTtrat thty rccev tl.-islecFon, tLat no fget of can come ;Luky, and boldly try to cuniy and its affairs. We nero m l'uui uuiuiis, wi- EepxW- ans because the maHA?n to them, al- ftertho ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 November 1882

Mi NOVEMBER 2G, 1882. News in Parvo Type, . tliwiok has bonRht Ofay's well lock ton from Antonio Perez. Imtchor has jast received twelve head lofat test beef cattle ever brought into E. Ij. Bnrdick has been absent during week on a trip to the NcedleB and tot KoLert D'Yhr against W. H ie-Justice's Court, has boon sot- case dismissed . ly of our subscribers fail to ro- IIikeb regularly they will confer notifying us immediately. jrat a good pocket knife, razor, fssors. corkscrew, or anything in lino, go to Hyde & "Watkins uaid has completed his contract Chamberlain iz Co. at L-ingmi'n and ' will mako his homo in town for the winter, You may not believe it. but it is a fact. nevertheless, that wo are prepared to do job printing of all descriptions at very reason rvblo rates. jC. Cuzliio is having a fine cellar and store room constructed in the rear of tho Palace iHotal. Joseph Quaid has tho contract for the adobo work. Wt have printed during tho past week a qmn --lty of location not...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 November 1882

v "Wm. H. Kbidzb. J. P. Kbidib. SPRINGS HOJE( Lamson S. Welton. KRIDER BROS. Welton & Grounds A. F. Simonds, Prop. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Cash Grocery Store. and h party never inute I ion for a hey go to ition with 1'fc Imow fcork. id on is you rutest four legates, lan's one, delegates ?r an mno- again lption! mencan ith a party 5f such prin- lo it" Detroit .Silence, i Arkansas gen- L well-known saw that lis niorn- you a ling to aosfeb&nt fellow with 1 ves. JSs i-Jaracter S Will, OI ,ou defend elieve the ttu. to ?re uch abuses.' n is to keep ijle men and terapces." so Ldrel has srot wouldn't dedyoBig Man.-A nrmter in Augusta, ly has resided be- roof-tree, married rand leased apart- mar of the city. ro-after complet- L it tho office, md purchased his .d then climbed the ousf Entering 3, he marched to idehis toilet, and if at the table. )een watching- snm in aniaze- laother softlyin- you procured pyour wedded Inraon flush suf- face, which Erdinal. Then about being r table amid a un...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 3 December 1882

VOL. 1. MINERAL PARK, A. T9 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1882. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. t. BURDICK, tf. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON Mineral Park, aJt. ATTORNEY A.T XA.V Mineral Park, AT. Czibk Chduchtlii F. P. Datsw. ciauKcnix.r. & pawn. ATTONEY8 V Prescott, A. j. w. stepiieon; Attornoy fc Counsoor atLair Distbiox Axrosinti & Noai Public. Mineral Park, J. T. A. J3. AlJS, ATI OlilVEY jjT Mineral Park A. T. iTOEISSON'S A "4Yliilc Squ'illin IJic 35;diterraii' can. Having recently brmghfc from JFraueisio a fill lino of oan J f lients Furnishing Goods. OYEEALLS, GLOTHIM And a fin lot ol On deoir, beneath tho p.'wning, 1 dosing lay and yawning; It was tho gray of dawning, Ero yet the sun arose; And above tho funnel's roaring, And the fitful wind's deploring, I heard the cabin snoring "With universal nose. I could hear the passengers snorting I envied their disporting Vainly I was courting The pleasure of a doz9. So I lay, and wondered why light Came not, and watched tho twilight, And tho glimmer o...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 3 December 1882

H. SMITH & CO Editor. -o o- ILPTON KATES: i Tear 5.00 Months 3.00 I Three Months 1,50 25 -0 o ADYERTISIX& RATES: Uno men in column, $ 'j.w tor nrst inser tion and $1.00 per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from abova rates Tvill be made to persons who advortise largely by tne year, naif year or qvartor. Professional and business cards inserted or $2 per month or 20 per year. MINERAL PARK, DECEMBER 3, 18S2. ASSESSMENT WORK. Editor Mohave Couxtt. Miner: You claim that your paper is devoted especially to tlie naming interests of this county. Such being tho case will you be so kind as to tell mo "what in your opinion constitutes a suffi cient amount of work to hold a min ing claim, in-other words what does the term "Assessment "Work" mean in a legal sense. There seems to be r trrff rlonl tF Kcrmf n ymnn rr minorc " ""- "'"I"'"" iiui0 "j'"-" tfn this subject and I should like to see this assessment work business fully discussed in your paper. Respectfully yo...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 10 December 1882

MINER VOL. 1. MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1882. COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JOS. P. HARGRAVE, W. S. KCPHEETERS, District Attorney. Assist. U. S. Ditt. Att'y. J. MONROE ROBINSON, JOS. W. ROBINSON, Assist. Dlst. Att'y, Assist. & Notory Public. Uargrrrwe, 3XoIliccters, Kob lnson &Xtollxisoii. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Prescott, Arizona. E. X.. BURDICK, M. PHYSICIAN ' AND SUBGEON Mineral Park, A. T. W. G. BLAKELY, ATTOR3VEY A.T Z-A.'W, Mineral Park, A. T. Cu Ckusckha F. P. Dakk cHURcnixr. & danw, ATTONEX8 AJJO " XiA."W: Prescott, A. T, J. W. STJEPHEHSOir, Attorney &. Counselor ivtXavw Datixwi Attobnei & Notaby Public. Mineral Park, A. T. A. E. AYIS, OltTVJH X AT JLAW, Mineral Park, A. T. 1T0M0FS STOKE Having recently brought from San Francisco a full line of Gents Furnishing Goods, 0T1R1ILS, CLOTHM And a fine lot of Fall and "Winter Suits, Also an excellent assortment of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Blankets, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 1 am prepared to sell at reduced prices. T...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 10 December 1882

iNTY MINER hebx Sunday Bx SMITH & 00 -o o i a. Editor. o o IBPTOX KATES: RieYear $5.00 Ex Months 3.00 hree Months , 1,50 rlfi Carries U 0 ADVEItTISOtO RATJES: One inch in oolnmn. S2.00 for first inser tion and $1.00 per inoh for each additional Insertion. A liberal discount from above rates "will be rude to persons "who advertise largely by toe year, halt year or qvarter. Professional and business cards inserted or 1 2 per month or .$20 per year. MINERAL PARK, DECEMBER 10, 1882. It is high time that something was done to put a stop to the selling of liquor to Indians in this county, and more particularly in this town. It is getting to be a regular thing to see half a dozen or more drunken Indians of both sexes on our streets every few nights and sometimes even in the daytime,sOi'much so thatladiesjare even afraid to go out on our streets alone after dark on that account, and yet we claim to be living in a civilized and law-abiding community and per mit this state of affairs to e...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 10 December 1882

MOmVE COUNTY MINER. MITRAL PARK, DECEMBER 10, 1882. Multum News in Parvo Type. K. A. Davis and Major "Welton camo up from the river Thursday. Win. Jackson is excavating for a 'well in the rear of the Palace Hotel. B. H. Spear is in San Barnardino having finished up his business in San Francisco. Ii. J. Lassell was in from his sawmill at Wallapai mountains last Sunday and Mon day. C. Cuzinno has a force of men at work building a storeroom, etc, at the baok of his hotel. James Dougherty is building an addition to fcifcflAtchisson's house to be used as a Btoreroom. Messrs. "Welton and Taggart left yester day on a business trip to the Needles and the railroad. The Board of Supervisors held a meeting last Monday and audited a largo number of bills for election expenses, fco. Krider Bros, have sent their freight team to the railroad for flour, barley, etc. , which we are unable to get from California. J. W. Michael is building an elegant counter and other barroom fixtures for the new salo...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 10 December 1882

Wm. M. Kbidib. J. P. Keideb. Among other curiosities ovvut here were two huge Arizona tarantu las, both of Yfhich. were full ,,giwn. One was of the brown and the other of the black variety. The brown fellow was caged in a common cigar bos, and the black- one in a glrcss jar. As they could not be exhibited to advantage in contrivances of this kind, and as they were not very pleasant company to nave running about loose, a bos almost two feet square, with a glass top, was pro cured, on the bottom of which a layer of sand was spread to make the ani mals feel at home. The cover was then drawn, and the two spiders pitched into it from their separate cages. No sooner did the one discover the other's presence than they rushed at each other as viciously as two pan thers, and immediately closed in deadly embrace. They came to gether with a bound, and then twin ing their long, hairy legs about each other rolled over and over in the sand, biting each other savagely, and then tugging with all th...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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