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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 20 June 1891

ii Q The Mohave Miner A San Francisco man has a cat and dog which are remarkable The latter is a small fox terrier and some six montliB ago gave birth to a litter of pups which are now well grown Puss some five days ago gave birth to three kittens All went well the first day but on the second the dog seemed to take an unac countable fancy to the kittens and very calmly took poscession of them driving puss away The dog watches over the kittens with jealous care and snaps and snarls at their mother whenever she approaches The dog is taken away from the kittens In the evening to give pusa a chanco to get acquainted with her offspring The dog keeps up a constant howling during the night and when re leased in the morning is with the kittens in an instant and puss is obliged to va cate the cherished post of wet nurse and betake herself to a chair which she occu pies all with tho air of a policeman off duty Miss Annio Shootem came into the Tribune office with her littlo gun this morning an...

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. — 27 June 1891

m VOL IX Highest of all in Leavening Power- Entered at the Iostolllco in Klhgmau as sec ond class matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Yer Six Mofiths Single Copies wwttfettK4i V 1131a 8 30p 32p - 1 0 1 p 12 40 p 9 40 a - f 4 CO r in AdverIsinB and legal rates given tlon to mis ouice ti PROFESSIONAL CARDS VWWAVWWVWWV T O COWAN Xj ATTORNEY AT LAW Probate Judso of M htve County in the Court House Kingman Viz Oilico izoni ITfM ULASiJV VV ATTOUNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Mouavo County Kiugrnan Anzirm 11 IUKPI1Y JOHN ATTOUNEY AT LAW Kinsman Arizona Mining lititcatioii nud obtaining patents to luines a specialty Harris Haldwin T W Johnston as joiisstoiv Btrmvii ATTORNEYS AT LAW Prescott Arizona Will attend regular tarms of tho Distr ct Court in Apache nml Mohave conntien 31 ASFOKI E A tTORNEY A I IAW Prescott Arizona Will practice in all the coarts of the Territory GFOKGE NOTARY AITKKX PDPLTC AND CONVEYANCER Mines exam ei and reported on Maps diawing md sketflhoa of property a 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. — 27 June 1891

MmaBMBMBpesmjssasss M lt f v The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Published every Saturday by tiie MINER PUBLISHING CO IIARVEYJIUBBS Sec and Treat SX80NlfSMITUEd and Manager To whom it may cohcci h i Police In hereby kItvu that tke 2tIDIIAl E COUNTY MiniKU will wot be re sponsible Jer oy ladlviduml debtw contracted by purlieu kmctelor er hereafter connected wlitli thla taper ARSON II SMITH MmiRtfr Preecott is organizing to work the sup posed coal mines near that place Pioche is to have an electric light plant a new railroad to Jackrabbit ana a one hundred ton smelter The A P offers round trip tickets from the 1st ot July to the Fourth for one fare The tickets are good until July 6th English capitalists are in southern Ari zona looking over the proposed route for a road from California to Phenix via Globe Some parties near Yuma will noon commence to irrigate a section of land on the river bottom by means of floating water wheels The jury in the Doueney caw at Phe nhc failed ...

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. — 27 June 1891

wSKtoF r The Mohave Miner Special notices lu tho reiiillm ooltuiium of tle Mikbh will bo chnrKUd at tho rate of TEN UKNT 8 per Hue or each Insertion Subscribers to thin paper will confer ft favor bybouiliUK uotlcoof any Irregularity in iu de livery to thlsolllco kINOMAN LODGK NO 7 1 0 0 V meets every TueMiny evening at 8 ocloul during the mouths of April Mtty June July Aufput mid September and at 7 HO during thu months of Oc toborNovembor December JuiiuuryFolriinry fliul March Visiting brothers arueosrdlally Invit ed to attorn WM HICHARU3 N 0 M C GOIKLANII KS HwMftW LOCAL BRIEFS Silver 97 leud 445 0 F Kuoncer went out to the Ark mine Tuesduj J A Currow and Robert Knysor were up from their Sandy ranches Monday Lew Lassell returned from his trip to the Flores and Paymaster minus last Sat urday Tobe Wilkinson was iu from Ids boj nanza wmp in thoWallapai mountains Saturday Hank McClure was in town Monday and Tuesdty from his stock range on the Big Sinday Ed Iuius the prosperous cattle m...

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. — 27 June 1891

H J Tbe Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Til Yuma Sentinel huh the AIoiiavk Mdtkk in the best weeltly pjer In Ari zona For all around Territorial newH the Florence Enter prise i the bent and uo ralatuke The Flagstaff Sun jily our enterpriB ing merchant G W Beechor a well-merited compliment on hit tippointmont ua railroad commiHHioner The Mexican government hWordeted troopa in purnuit of the Apache Indians who lately committed depredations in the Arizona district of Sonora and who re now making their way to the United States In Newburg N Y the other day Annie Cochran aged two years while playing at a window in the fourth etorj of a house fell to the ground below land ing on a newly made flower bed The child was uninjured imll i l I I The Supreme Court or of Pennsylvania holds that pereons who confederate to gether to induce u saloon keeper to give them liquor on Sunday in order that they may get the penalty allowed to in formers are not guilty ot conspiracy mat i Patsy and M...

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. — 27 June 1891

1 t Wf vfl ifc h f A JULY MORNING EINGM N ARIZ l t i ww Ui IT Ti IF y m BH H iKui iK 1 h Hh H jfyMkZ2 Ib drMMBBtMt FB3HBBBiBBIfc f jftt EVENTS OF THE DAY Address of Welcome Hon F S Dennis Song Glee Club Reading of the Declaration of independence Judge L 0 Cowan Song Glee Club Poem Mrs XL H Watkins- Song Glee Club Oration Judge J M Murphy Song Glee Club Parade of the Horribles EVENING In the evening commenc ing ait 830 oclock there will lie the finest display of FIRE WORM ercr witnessed In Arizona after which there will be a A1j1j and supper to which nil are invlteil AFTERNOON Horse Race 600 yards Purse 75 Entrance Fee 15 Foot Race 100 yards Purse 25 Entrance Fee 5 Tournament Race 50 yards Man vs Horse Indian Games Saddle Pony Race 300 yards Purse 50 Entrance Fee 10 Sack Race Burro Race 03EXX03ESXtS OX VXIXI DATST I Marshal of trie Day Wm H Lake President Hon Foster S- Dennis Orator Judge J M Murphy WELCOME TO ALL 6ftHt - fr hiihtii imiHiuir r y - i iA - - - awui 1 1 fimyii w

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 27 June 1891

ff J I iU V fc JrKW a J V 4 M - - t 1A Mfc tfMHmiliSliaPflBB T v 8 lt qSRKtmBHnMrfik wV ftnfflmMim rs v 3 taBBttgaw c r - - 1 gSmiSMfiiui WMb claims there is much difference oi opiu on The court of claims already has on tile in the neighborhood of 20000 claims of various kinds for adjudication but on the statement of Justice Kichardson thai the court could tako care of and act upon the depredation claims Congress during last session pasbed the bill transmitting all Indian depredution claimB to thin court This will give that body 20000 additional cases How this extreme number will be passed upon in any rea sonable time is the question The mem bers of the court act as a unit and sit but a few hours during tho day Long vaca tions are taken and altogether the indi cations are not favorable for the claim ants Ex An amusing story is told of a well known Kussian voman who went recent ly to enjoy the sulphur baths at Tiflis On a particular morning the countess en tered as usual one of the o...

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. — 4 July 1891

-- i fli j v jT3 1 7 H jjisv t r T Mining IBy Tunnel From tho first discovery of mineral by the California volunteers in tho early days up to tho presont time tho business of mining in Mohave county bus beon carried on under J greater disadvantages perhaps than in any other portion of the west 1 Separated from jjthcir base of buppHes by hundreds ot miles of desert sand and living in a country where it was impossi ble to produce anything for their ov n sustenance tho miners and prospectors of Wallapai district had an apparently hopeless task before them when they commenced the jvork of exploring and developing the ledges of the Cerbat range with a view to attracting capital and im migration Had the surface ores not been of exceptional richness the country must have been abandoned to the coyotes and Wallapai Indians but with a deter mined persevprenco characteristic of tho pioneers they dug and delved at times poorly clad and half starved but never discouraged awaiting the coming of 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. — 4 July 1891

ff - Mining j Review Below we print a general review of the mines of this county although not com plete by any moans it will be folio wnd by other articles in this paper covering the many valuable mines now through lack of space omitted CUPEL MINE The Cupel mine and its accompanying group were among Hie first discoveries made iu the Wallapai Mining District Mohave County These mines were dis covered by Charley Ridgway John E Ryan and Charles Spencer in 1871 They are situate at Stockton Hill about ten miles north east from Kins man and at an altitude of 0000 feet The group consists of five separate veins all within a paralollogram of 1500 by 600 feet The rainos have been worked off and on for twenty years and have produced altogether about 300000 They are now the property of tlje firm of Spruance Stanley Co of 8an Francisco Of lute years the mines have beeu worked by John Mackenzie of Kingman on leases The main shaft is down on an in cline about 400 feet and the new perpen dicular sh...

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. — 4 July 1891

i I The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Past and Present Mohave Countys Prosperous Stride Editor of tiik Moiiab County Minfii In response to yonr invitation to furnish for publication on tho anniversary of the birth of our ltepublic h brief review of the settlement tho material and intellect ual progress of our co mty I would my That according to our information this portion of the Territory was Hr jt entered by miners in 1803 nu I was called the Sacramento district altnoui perhaps more than a century ago the Jesuit Fathers explored this region us there are traditions among the Liduns that long ago pale faces used to pass through the country with long lines of donkeys loaded with eaeks of gold and diver ores Tools of an ancient pattern and evi dences of ore and material for ornamen tation having been extracted have been found eapecially in tho vicinity of Mineral Park The miners referred to as having been tho first to open up the mines of Mohave county having kept the secr...

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. — 4 July 1891

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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. — 4 July 1891

i JB The Mohave Miner PIRUSHED BVKRV SATURDAY 11 V Mohave County Miner Publishing Co AHSON H SWJTH Manajar KINGMAnTmOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at the Postolfice In Kfngmau as sec ond class matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Year 8Jx Mouths Single Copies tlon 14 00 2 00 T10 Advertising and legal rHtea given on 6 thlaoulce PROFESSIONAL CA3DS Lo coirAif ATTORNEY AT LAW Probato Jadzo of Mohavo County Ofiioo in the Conrt House Kingman Arizona WTZL H JBfAlK3Il VV ATTORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Mojave Connty Kingman Arizona 31 M8HSPIIY JOHN ATTOKNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Arming litigation and obtaining patents to mines a Hpeoialty lURFUf BALDWIN T W JOlIXSTON 4t JOIIXSTOW BlLlVI3i ATTORNEYS AT LAW Prencott Arizona Will attend rocular lefiuH nmfDrltvr6t Court in AiJaoliw nnd Mphave comities EM KAKFOIU ATTORNEY AT LAW Prosoott Arizona Will practice in all the conrta of the Territory NOTARY PUPLIC AND CONVEYANCE It Mines exaiii ed nnd reported on Maps diiwiug nd sketches of propo...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 4 July 1891

Jl H V I ft tL i IIIMikttifiilhs mmvi OTwi5l8sstesTM The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO AW80N 1L SMITH Ed and Manager STATEHOOD JAiether Morn Risen on Wd Noon - it Is another star to be added to the vaf which now emblazons the tion upon our flag It would appear for eome reason that the cry for Statehood is not eo deep or loud as it was before the election of delegates to the convention And in this regard we And the Repub lican press of the Territory almost unan imously arrayed in opposition to state hood It seems to us that a short mem ory is a welcome remedy to our Republi can friends who besieged President Har rison on his flying trip around the cir cle a few brief months since when they sought his opinion as to the admission of Arizona The Oracle gave an answer which was construed as favorable to the aspira tions of those believing in Statehood and independence But of late a change has come oer the spirit of their dre...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 4 July 1891

f f it m i The Mohave Miher OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Special notice lu the rcadlug columns of tho Minkr will ba charged at the l ate of TEN CENfS per lino for etoh luertiou Subscribers to thl paper will confer a favor by sending notice of uy lrreirularlt in its de livery to thU office KINGMAN LODOK NO 7 I 0 0 P meet every Tuesday oveulng at 8 clock during the xaonthaof April May June July Aujrnst and Santtfinhrtr nur at 7 rlnrtfiir thi tnotithx nt toberNovember December ianuaryFebruarv and March Vlaltlusr brother td to attend Wm Richards N O M C CorutANo US LOCAL BrRlEFS yineSUver 101 Lead 4 45 Copper 13 00 Geo Bonelli is in from Quail Springs Samuel Crozier and wife are in to n Geo Koater ia celebrating the Fourth of July A few more screen doors at llatapyH at 200 William Brown was in from Weaver camp Monday The parade today will be taken part in by nearly all our citizens Malcotn MuLeiah came over from the Park yesterday to celebrate Ed Burke and Robt Gray came down from tho H...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 4 July 1891

IR Vf Mti ra lf r V V nV Wei m Ivr lt Vs 3vfj Kingman The Financial and Business jVr Center of Moliave County Kingman is the county Boat of Mohave H county und the distributing point for all mines in tho Wallapai mining district and one of tho moat picturesque little towns on the line of the Atlantic Pacific railroad BrMuMful gardens have Men set out during the pant three years nl the growth of trees and shrubbery has been truly pheuotniiml and should tho same progress in urhomilturu be ui ide in the next- three jears Kingman will have no equal for beauty und attractive ness in Arizpna Ti towt in surrounded on many sides by high terraced bluffs that look like old ruined option giving a somber appearance to the1 back grounds In this Sprightly town are two Of the lar gest mercantile houses in tho Territory Their annual business amounts to hun dreds of thousands of dolljtrs The sales of The AY fl Tig irt Mercantile Go amounted to 110000 for the year ending July 1 1891 while Messrs Becc...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 4 July 1891

i i t r The Mohave Musks OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY A Great Mjjiing Camp A Visit to Chlorides Rich P Mines Your correspondent visjted the follow ing minea arid was courteously received by tueir rupresuntativiH mid Hhown through them and furnished ml the information the public is entitled to which us fol lows THE EMIIItlf Daring the past two years this mine has been worked couriniijuly and pro docedore steadily exapting some six month while sinking the new verticil haft The ore chute is about 120 feet long and is continuous from the mirface to the 150 foot bottom level the air con nections from that level with the tunnel being good ore producers The south drift has been run about 200 feet from which three raises wore put up 50 feet and connected Between No 1 and 2 there is a fine body of ore six to ten feet wide carrying streaks of very high grade silver lead and antimony while No 3 raise is in the highest grade ore the mine has ever produced There has been shipped to the sampler d...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 4 July 1891

nil J il v I Kb rityil1iIBSS - y Ufek t - I r A2llarR S it - 2 j j I I l MIMiHii I 9ri V K4S S3 I t r - - - fr VHinMBBA - iWJ WSHB4 Ej j - v ilJS3J8BaiSt - iKiiiSiiiiiaifet2s tiiii - - r JBBHKivM v r ii itf ISrHs Y -- 3f f r ft V fviv 1 MiLjvVTw42 I JMSTiVPKH i J i rT - - k i -- uypj v rV -a V 4 i Fi SLZi 1 t rwn 4J i - tsa fc9 - f vl r - -V Vf VM V - Vv wyj 33 r 45p KINGMAN III 5S23ES9SS UIIIIK if J ilvri - sssaasrsascH Mil Sfj i J1TA 1 - 8 I3ft - sss rzmmmswrnmmm EBv SuBESk M mir - I otmh lIIIHll - H jt v fi uinrvinn i BOOT8 Al SHOES Hats Gloves Hosiery Skiets Flannels Hose I Childkens Dresses akd Skiets Traveling Bags Etc Etc HEDf AEE WOOD AID TMAfil lollies Iiqiior89 Clgairs Tolaecu Mining Supplies OF EVERY KIND AND DESCRIPTION Barley Wheat Potatoes Flour Beans Bacon Notions Canned Goods and Every thing Needed by Miners and the People generally WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD SOJLG AESTS FOB 1HE Q1AHT FOWRER COWFANle ifilM rf pfcteSr t irarf GIVE US A CALL KINGMAN AND MINERAL PARK ARIZ...

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. — 11 July 1891

I Highest jff ai in leavening Power--Latest U S Govt Report I mk FowdCf ABSOUUTELY PURE MMMMffCWKXSEtfM The Mohave Miner ruBU3HRt kvrky situudvy by Motae County Miner Publishing Co ANSON H SMITH Manager KINGMAN MOHAVFJ CO ARIZONA Entered t the Postotfteo In Kingman as sec ond clws matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One i ear Six Mouths Single Copies t isaife 4 00 2 00 10 Advertising mid legal rate given ou applica tion to tliis omce CO WAX L ATTOUNEY AT LAW Probate Judso of M mi ive County lllco inlhe Court House Kingman Anzona V V AT rORNE Y AT LA W And Distriot Attornoy of Mouave Coanty Kinptuaii Artynna oio m jii vinn ATTORNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Miim litigation and obtaining patents to ndnoi n specialty Harris Baldwin TVW Johnhton ATTORNEYS AT LAW Presoott Arizona Will attend regular terms of tlio Distr ct Court in Apache and Mobavo counties Em NAvruit ATTORNEY ATLVW Preoott Arizona Will practice in all the courts of the Territory EOftfSE AfTXrarl CT KOTAliV PUPLTO ANn CONVEY...

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. — 11 July 1891

St Hif f ma j Ml P7 3 C 3 8 1 r I t zii Lia W r K rwi LY The Mohae Mineki it- - Published every Saturday by tho MINER PUBLISH IINGdO AMONiriihtmlEdt and Manager Tho Fourth of July edition of the ifrohave County MiVBit was well received by our patrons On of an edition of over seven thousand jpnly a few hundred copies are left and ftho jre tier part of these will be sent outiin a few days 1 fie work of getting out an edition of this s ze from a eountry printing office ia inu ch greater than would appear to a casual bbserver but tho Minjjii force was eqtUl to the emergency and tho paper cafae but on time We can truthfully say tljat no better edition has over been sent dut from an Arizona ollke and it will cer tainly bo conducive of much goodlto this Bection We propose to make to Minkr the paper of Arizona and giv tio news of our county without fear or favr vTpdo this wo ask the cooperation ahd help of every man oman andchildlin Mohave county financially and other wise Herr T Held says ...

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. — 11 July 1891

i mi ii ii mi 11 w M1IHIIII i uwwiiiiin i i - I rnirMininicririnniiiiiiiirinm uuin The Mohave Mer OFFICIAL PAPER itf THE gOjJINfTY I Special notice In the rtiidluK columns of the I UfttfKRwIllbucnnrcri attna rftfnnfTlfPMrii I per He for eacn tusertloii Subscribers to this papii yl confer favor to endlns notice of any Irregularity In its de livery to this ofllce I rVoMAKLonoE jJdiVx oo Tti every Tuesday evening a 8 oclock during the Bontlut of April May ie July August and Septciabcr and at 780 dim hjr the months of Oc tobrNov9mber December JanuaryKebruary nd March VUHlug brothers arecordlolly invit ed U attend - WX KIOUBU3 NQ MC COJfKbAXD K8 LOCAL SmiJBFS FineSilver t i Copper iU J All quiet after the Fourth rovt oi 13 00 Clean up the streets and improve the town E Ellibee was in frjorahis raricVnortli of Canyon Station yesterday Hon F 8 Dennis spent several days this week at tho 0 Oj Dmino JooCarrow was upfrom the Sandy with x load of farm produce yesterday The Misses Nelson and Wes...

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