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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 22 June 1889

- i jTfir iH I INM laii m Waft l St ti4t kA St 1 T if fra The Mohave Miner C M FUNSTON Editor KGMAK JCNK 22 1880 Calvin S Hhkb has been elected chairman of the Domourutic committee The valuation of the various railroad companies in thU Territory aggregate 807780434 It is now thought tint the loss of life in the Johnstown disaster will not exceed 3000 The number of bodies so far re covered are 1530 John L Sullivan is said to have re ceived and spent ns tho proceeds of fights and boxing matches 600000 in the last ten years W J Seman died at Ohico Cab on the 11th inst lie was about 88 years old and wa3 said to bo tho oldest Odd Fellow living being a charter member of the first lodge organised in this country by Wildey at Baltimore in 1810 Tub new daily pipjr of Phounix is tho latest exchange on our list It is called the Phoenix Daily Tribune It is Kepubli can in politics and contains tho Press re port as well as all tho local news The Miner wishes it success and prosperity The Atlantic...

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. — 22 June 1889

The Mohave Miner KINGMAN JUNE 22 1889 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY The Mm vill not be responsiblo for the opinions and riews of its correspondent tinbscribers to this paper will ooafer a fATor by sending notice of My irrejralarity in itsdelitert to this offlee Special notioes in the reading oolanas of the 3Inrsa will be charged at the rate of TMCeU per line for each insertion LOCAL BslETITlES Lots of windy weather Fireworks at Kingman the Fourth Fine old Bourbon at Russell Zeitners House to rentApply to J R Halsey Finest of wines at Russell Zeimers House to rent Apply to Harvey - Hubbs A grand ball on the night of the Fourth Read the notice to taxpayers printed elsewhere Ike Goodmon was up from the Sandy this week Thoaas Shipp and wife left last week for Prescotfc A A Spear was up from his ranch on the Colorado riverMonday fc Hon A Cornwall was up from the Sandy Monday and Tuesday Ed Clack has his his new water wagon and is row ready to deliver water J V Marshall and Thomas StinMn w...

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. — 22 June 1889

mw i Hti pai F m i m 1M mm ai m m 32 7h IK m m rt iff Ml m - Mi II X p II i i ti oft4f tefEi 11 s fBBTf 3M 2 J M SH if m wimw tfg i i it S1W Is VL I PAUL J0NE3S ALIAS Contlnued from flrat page her claim settled mid pave a receipt for it Then Medharit betook himself to the street and wandered to and fro for a time within hearing of the murmur of the sea upon the beach He was not conscious of his immediate unrounding bat he taw quite clearly the sunlit gardens of Monte Carlo with himself and the child both ir reproachably attired strolling there hand in hand with the gorerness also irre proachably attired coming on at a little distance in the rear There was some- thing In this picture altogether delightful to the fatherly affections but there was something more than that The group looked eminently reputable The British father with the pretty daughter and the sedately respectable young governess in the neighborhood looked very little dan gerous indeed lie was likelier to make acquainta...

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. — 29 June 1889

3 01flTAijljrflOm 1K I 41 TTATr O H 4 f r vol vn Ifetlee Huhnerihem u F KUENCER The Mohave Miner POBMSBBD EVBBT FbTDAY EYXWI0 fix C M FUNSTON Publisher MIMQMAM MOHAVE COUMTY AHIZONA Entered at the postoffiee in Kiagaaao asseoond elass natter tTMCBIITIOH BATES i One Copy One Year 400 rt Six Months 200 Throe Month 100 fiagle Copied 10 Advertising and legal rates given on ap plicatioa to tbia ofhce job pmiXTiTinn LETTER NOTE AND BILL HEADS CIRCULARS BUSINESS CARDS MEAL TICKETS HAND BILLS PAMPHLETS PROGRAMMES And everything in the line of Job Printing seatly and promptly done Call and get prices before ordering elsewhere The Motuvs ocNTT Minim is nor stopped when th Jime is out unless so ordered We do nut wish to have any one take th Mhibb who dots not desire to If yon wish the paper stopped see that all ar rears ar paid then order it stopped NHetale f Means ve Cmmmty Shsrif W H Lake C Potts Keoorde E J Godman Trsasersr L J Laaaell j Probate Jedge -LO Cowan Dittriot Attorney W G Blakely...

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. — 29 June 1889

1 wit The Mohave Miner C M FUNSTON Editor KINGMAN JUNE 29 1889 Governor Prince of New Mexico has issued a proclamation calling for an election of delegates to the constitutional convention the election to take placo the th day of August the delegated to meet in Santa Ke on the third day of Septem ber In the district court held at Irescott last neck in the case of the Territory vs person firms et al described in tho delinquent list of 1838 A G Oliver claimed exemption from taxation on the ground that he is a government officer residing on a military reservation Judge Wright rendered a decision in favor of Mr Oliver The wife of ex President Rutherford B Hayes died on the 25th inst at Free mont Ohio The death of Mrs Hayes will be sincerely mourned She was a noble woman and was beloved through out the land Her influence while mil tress of the White House was felt all over the nation and was at all times on the side of morality and Christianity The board of supervisors of Maricopa county...

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. — 29 June 1889

T The Mohave Miner KINGMAN JUNE 29 1889 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY The Mimkb will not be responsible for the opinions and riews of it correspondent Subscribers to tbU paper will confer a favor by endin notice of any irregularity in itsdeliterr to this offloe Speoial notice in the reading column of the MrwiB will be charged nt the rate of TfmCmtm per line for each insertion LOCAL BREVITIES Fireworks at Kingman the Fourth House to rent Apply to J R Halxey Hoiwe to rent Apply to Harvey Hubba A grand ball on the night of the Fourth Sheriff Lake has a gymnasium annex to his office Come to Kingman on the Fourth and enjoy the fun T B Wolfe came op from the Kattan mine Monday John Blakely is now driving the Min eral Park buckboard Mrs H H Pattridge left Thursday night for Los Angeles Cal The towns along the A P will be well represented in Kingman on the Fourth J P Finegan was over from the Park Thursday and reported business as im proving The board of supervisors meet Monday next They als...

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. — 29 June 1889

tp i i rr - 1 riJiiA tiSL Iff anal KM H i iff I SI III i HH mm if if 111 ffifl I i J It S3 fiVQt i sjnijwa Hi 1 LJ CQsJ IP Ii Ii ZL r i tj - jt afciae The Cheer of the Trenton J TSfw rfirJLh 31 -v J 5 5 fc rJiimiing 3iarfTii WW Our anchor drnjr nnri our cible surge At every shock of the liuntiiir s h While the mist of the I n akcra veils tho vcrgf Of the reef of coral under our lee From tho east by north l tbo north-north- west The wild typhoon veers sweep on mreep And from moment to moment tbo cross wavos crest Iliirlea our wulut lu Its sidelong leap Under tho blows of our plunging screw Tho whltenliiK breakers foam and churn But for all that steuin and steel can do Wo aro drifting slowly astern astern 1 On our starboard quarter closo aboard We sott tho stun cli Cilliopo loom Whllo the black llood from her smokestack poured Covers the see II ko a pall of doom wt Her topmasts struok and ber yards brace1 sharp She Is headed out for tho open main While her shrouds like th strings of a...

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. — 6 July 1889

s 2M U Uri vol yn T O COWAN MoMve The Mohave Miner Published Evebt FamT Evxwisa Bi C M FUNSTON Publisher KIMOHM aOHMH COUKTY AflZOMA Entered at the postomcs in Kiagsaan ssseoond elass matter IOHCIIPTIO BATKHi One Copy One Tear Six Month Three Months tattle Copies 400 200 100 10 Adveitisingand legal rate given on ap plioAtioa to this ofhce JOB FMITIJIli LETTER NOTE AND BILL HEADS CIRCULARS BUSINESS CAUDS MEAL TICKETS HAND BILLS PAMPHLETS PKOGRAMMES And everything in the line of Job Printing neatly anil promptlv done Call and get prioen before ordering elsewhere Hetlce m ffMlxierlber The Momva ouhti Minsk is not stopped when th iw is oat nnless so ordered We do nut wish to have any one take th Mimss who dots not desire to If yoa wishe the paper stopped see that all ar rears ar paid then order it stopped Oaaelsla of Mwksre CwnsiCy Bheriff W H Lake Under Hheriff J G Potts Reoorder E J Godmsn Traasarer L J Ltuwell Probate Judge L O Cowan District Attorney W O Blakely Court Commissioner 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. — 6 July 1889

1 u 34 J Pi i r fM 11 i lB t HB2II - li tifti a - i M xm tt Hi a Mm2mmmmm myvd The Mohave Miner C M FUNSTON Editor KINGMAN JULY 0 1889 Tub mines of Mohave county are eventually deHtined to prove the richest in the Territory It h slated on good authority that the names of the Huccessors of the present judiciary of Arizona will bo made public in a few weeks Tjik prospects are that if Geronimo and his band are returned to this Terri tory their lives will bo considerably shortened If the humantariaiiH wish the lives of these Indians prolonged lot thorn keep them out of the reach of the Arizona courts Tick Attorney General decided that Arizona may proceed to frame a State Constitution notwithstanding the ab senco of an enabling act In order to get into the Union however it will be neces sary for her to show that she can be relied upon for a Republican majority Globe Democrat The initiative has been taken by Gov ernor Wblfley to have the Territorial officials of his appointing recognized ...

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. — 6 July 1889

The Mohave Miner KINGMAN JULY 0 1880 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY The MiKxn will not bo responsible for the opinioua and views of its correspondents Snbtcribora to thin piper will confer a favor by sending notice of any irregularity in its delivery to this office Special notices in the reading oolamns of the MntEB will be charged at the rate of TemCnnt per line for eaoh insertion LOCAL BRKVIT1KS llain is badly wanted House to rent Apply to J II Ilaleey Lots of strangers in Kingman this week House to rent Apply to Harvey Hubbs Joseph Prisk and wife of Mineral Park spent a couple of day hero this week Tho display of flags made by our citi zens on the Fourth was creditable to any city The Mohaves were tho victors in the shinncy game with the Wallapais on Friday E Briggs brought in from tho Sandy Wednesday the first load of watermelons of the season B Moies was in town Wednesday lay ing in supplies for his boarding house at the Floret mine Hon Thomas Halleck is attending tho meeting ot ...

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. — 6 July 1889

w The Mohave Miner KINGMAN JULY G 1889 OFFICIAL PAK OF THE COUNTY The Miner will not bo responsible for the opinions and views of its correspondents Subscribers to this paper will confer n favor bv Bonding notice of any irregularity in its deli verv to this office Speom notices in the reading columns of the MmKB will be charged at the rate of Tea Cents tier line for each insertion ZOVAI BREVITIES Kain w badly wanted JJouso to rentApply to J K Haleey Lots ol strangers in Kingman this week House to rent Apply to Harvey Hubba Joseph Frisk and wife of Mineral Park spent a couple of day ho re this week The display of Hags made by our citi zens on the Fourth was creditable to any city The Mohaves were the victors in the shinney game with the Wallapais on Friday K Brigjjs brought in from the Sandy Wednesday the first load of watermelons of the season JL Moses was in town Wednesday lay ing in supplies for his boarding house at the Flores mine Hon Thomas Halleck is attending the meeting ot t...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 6 July 1889

m Kb 11 - Hi Hh 8 IS1 MK Sl Ml I - f HU mm mil II SfcSSEBRBS CULTIVATION OF THE BANANA a5l Sh4ae DealMd Fruit Wow a Soar at IieoaUow til Tre I Fostered The banana and the plantain hare always formed one of the staple foods of tropical countries says the New York lnbune Improved communica tion and an evcr iQcreasinjr demand for the banana here gave soine four teen years ago a great impetus to its cultivation llie sugnr planter ox the West Indies was gradually but surely being ruined by beet and bountyfed sugars ihe tmnana was with iilm a tree to be hated In Jamaica every neirro had a few planted in the small clearing rouud his hut and a bunch of the fruit would feed him aud bis family for a week When so provided he saw no need to go out to work in the cane field The planter had fore seen this and with the abolition of slavery disappears the banana plan tain and cocoanut trees At first the banana walks were made anywhere on the estate generally on abandoned cane fields which cost less...

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. — 13 July 1889

r id w vol vn HP- The Mohave Miner PosLisno Etibt Fanut Evncnte fix O M FUNSTON Publisher KHQMM MOHAVE COUMTf AHIZOMi Entered at the postofflco in Kiagsoan asseoond elas matter SUaMCRIPTIOlI RATES OnsCopyOne Tear Six Month Three Months iacl Copies 400 200 100 10 Advertising and legal rales given ob ap plication to tola ofbce JOB VMHTMU LKTTER HOTfi AND BILL HUADS CIBGULARS BUSINESS GAUDS MEAL TICKETS HAND BILLS PAMPHLET3 PROGRAMMES And everything in the line of Job Printing neatly aut prompt t done Call and get prioes before ordering elsewhere It tic o l ealaerilertt The Moiuvie oostt MntKU is nor topped whea th Jims u oat UBless bo ordered We do not wish to have any one take th Minna -who dot not desire to If yoa wish the paper atopped see that nil ur reara ar paid then order it atopped OtaWlais af Sfakave County Sheriff W H Lake Under sheriff J 0 Potto Keoorder E J Godraan Treaaa rer L J Laasell Probate Judge L O Cowan District Attorney W G Blakely Conrt Commissioner Otto F Knenoe...

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. — 13 July 1889

f 4 IJ ni mm If 11 it in 1 1 1 li r i V i in f f i i The Mjhave Miner 1870 800000 1880 223000 1881 1060000 1882 1485000 1883 95000 1884 930030 1885 886500 1886 1110000 1887 830000 1888 850000 ae C M FUNSTON Editor KIltGMAN JULY 13 1889 It is tho opinion of a good many son atom and congressman that an extra sea ion of congrea i will bo called about the middle of October Arizona will prob ably then be relieved of a doable headed set of officials Tjik mail service or such as has been triven tho people along tho lino of tho A fe 1 for tho past three years has but been an excuse for tho service as to where tho fault lies cannot bo said It YU8 hoped that with a change in tho ad ministration of public affairs that the mail service would bo placed upon its former rcllablo basis But so far noth ing has been done to make tho much needed and desired improvement The appointment of additional postal clerks would no doubt help the matter materially A Waiiivotov special says it is un derstood that...

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. — 13 July 1889

aT5t Jfe The Mohave Miner KINGMAN JULY 13 1889 OFFICIAL PAPER OF TNE COUNTY TbeMiSKB will not be respoasible for tha opiuiona and view of its correspondents gnbrtcribors to thia paper will eoafer s uTor bv Bending notice of any it regvUrity in itfl delivery to this offloe Speoinl notices in tho reading eolnmna of the Mr will bo charged at tho rat of TcHt per line for each inaartioa LOCAL BREVITIES Itain ia badly wanted House to rent Apply to J R Halaey lots of straugera in Kingman this week House to rent Apply to Harvey Hubbs T F Lawler returned from Mineral Park Wednesday The town is quiet since the Fourth of Julycolebration G Cornell returned to hie ranch on the Bandy Wednesday Mrs W A Goldaworthy in now atop plng in Mineral Park J H and Miss Campbell wen in from Mineral Park Wednesday Cosh paid for Mohave county warrants Enqnire at the Minsk office Tho weather still continues warm and the desire for rain increases It has rained all around us during the week but only a slight spri...

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. — 13 July 1889

e D SJl 85I W ivr j ih j ISri If- T ws v TXwwmKc w WyWBriWrBiw Siwanry wn A Bachelor Carol Im a joUjr old bachelor blithe and Jooose as hapey June days are long Sow I pitjr you Benedicts dul and morose Who can see now Just wtioro jrou went wrong lvo had narrow escapes too myself la my time And my srratltude now I express In slnoerlty If not In artistic rhyme u av tatv utM gllia wmw nviitwu Wf Ye There was Kate now the beauty who flrst won r my heart If shed had me where would I be now Providing fur aeru four year from the start And buying tbr milk of one cow Then Jennie who Jilted me next whit of her Shes an invalid now thin and pale And her husband has ruined himself they arer Buying tonics and Basss pale ale Then Motile and LlIKe and Gertrude aad Belle And fannie and Florence and May And Jessie and Joxle and Fialllo and Nell All wrinkled and faded tc day While I an as Jollj and young aa a boy And my thanks once again J express To the scornful young maidens proud haugh ty and coy T...

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. — 20 July 1889

tipgmr - TOL vff1 The Mohave Miner MEAL TICKETS HAND BILLS PAMPHLETS PROGRAMMES And everything in the line of Job grunting neatly and promptly done Call and get prioea before ordering elsewhere Htlee f SMbaerifcern The Moaar oojnfCKoiiiiiCjnof topped when th time is oat unless no ordered We do But wish to have any one take th Mntaa who does sot desire to If yea wish the paper stopped see that all ar rears ar paid then order it topped Oaaelalsvr Maamve Cmmmty 8herif WHLakeft 0 Potts Recorder E J Godraan Treaaarer L J Laaeell e -7 Probata JadgeL0 Cdwanl L 1 District Attorney W Q Blakely Cosrt Commiaioner Otto Faeaoerj j 4i ClekfIUtiktCoortT WJrkhirSC Ooanty Surveyor Otto F Kuencor TJ S CommiseionerrW GvBlakely r U S Deputy Marshal Robert Steen Soparviaors J L Nelson Daniel Smith Harvey Hobbs Clerk of theBeard of Supervisors E J GodasaH41 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Tj 0 CO WAX c f V ATTORNEY AT LA W V Pbobats Judos or MotfiVa County XINGtMaN - - - Ahizoka Office inthe Coart Hoaae w N 8HJRBMAN ...

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. — 20 July 1889

i5 t fw i mif Ptt t i 1 f a SHS ii a i The Mohave Miner C M FUNSTON Editor KINGMAN JULY 20 1S89 The Whiteehapel fiend known as Jack the Ripper added another victim to his list on the 17th inst No clue that could lead to his capture lms yet been obtained The report of Surveyor General John Hiso for the past year is very brief Of the mines he says During the year there have been 40 mines and mill sites sur veyed for patent under the direction of this office the deposit for same amount ing to 1250 Applications for 10 mines and 15 mill sites are pending Tin merchants of Prescott havo deter mined to boycott the 1rescott and Ari zona Railroad on account of high freight tariff and havo mado arrangements to haul their merchandise from Ash Fork on the A V for six months from the 23d inst During that period they hope to bring the offending road to terms The feeling of the people is against the railroad company and the result of the fight is awaited with interest by those who are watching it A...

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. — 20 July 1889

w s aBOSAWh t Thi Mohave Miner KINGMAN JULY 20 1889 mClAL PAKi IF THE COUNTY The Man will not be rMpoaaibl f or Um epiaiosf 4 Tlewt of it oorrMposfeat tfebteritwn to this paper will eosfer a fevor by Mnding notice of aay imgtlarity M itedeliTerr to this ofBee Special notioee in the raiding column of the ilrnc will be charged at the rate ef YtosCeat per line fer eaeh iaeertioB LOCAL BBEVITlfX Rata is badly wanted A member of foot races this week Hoaaa to rent Apply to J R HaUey Heete rent Enquire of W II Tag gart A UM shower of rain Wedweedwy sight Ieaa to rent Apply to Harvey Habbft Boat Blakely baa gone to Quail Striata Mohave county is a wonderful producer of gfarl babies J C PotU is building a porch in front of hk dwelling Ed Ferry has entirely recovered from his recent illnese John Lynch and wife spent Sunday and Monday in Prescott Mrs J K Russell returned Monday from a visit to llackberry Mrs Harlan Thompson of Stockton Hill is visiting friend here Cash paid for Mohave county w...

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. — 20 July 1889

ygAjttjSii I i s h e 8 The Feller from Battc If 70 ercr tee a crliter m wu full o ftest an aJn Then Joe Bogera huckakts bronos war tbtr feller furycr tint fla were little bo were wicked an they fed tin with n atlck A a they took lin out to water by Jest brlng In Mm tberritk n Joe earn Ill kIto a bund red down to any feller wbo LI ride that tmckakln bronco hut tbe fooU f wu mighty few At laaf there came to Hot era rantankeroua iraloot Who rcrclniined hlau lf the Terrer an wbo auld be ball d from Butte lie talked ho gaaaed an rounded up by a brnjf jrin bo could ride inythlnsr iJown from tbuuderboltsto wiii bronco bide Then they started fur the it able aad Joe dared blm I ex pec Cause bo k z Ill ride tbet bronco or Ill break la c uaod neck Trot out yi r critter fc eulcmea sex the ter ror with a yell Fur a t Her or my fit up bronoo breakln aint a rinell Then Joe trot a lariat an fixed biaself on top the abed An wo worked with Mister Bronco till be got lrn round tbe bead Then we grubbed ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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