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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 7 November 1891

iJi W AP 1 ft P i 9 A ii m i Ks l 15V fei tp n r 1 Vjf V r r - g i - W rK - The Mohave Miner Pnblished vory Saturday by tbe MINER PUBLISHING CO UA H VKY H OBBS Sec and Treat ANSQKir SMITH Ed and Manager Railroad Lands and Statehood Tliuro aru umbrauod In tno Atlantic and riviOo laud grant in this county tho cnonnmm amount of 3648000 aero of land which escapf taxation every year on account of not being fltiryeyed Mad wo two Benatoru and a lopreaentativc in roiuriiSs our Htuwil for the survey of thene laniH would Foonbe heard at tho nominal valnoof twentyfi ve eonu an aero they would foot up the Hum total of 912000 which at the State rate of taxation 250 on the 100 would yield the snug sum of 22800 nn a yearly rovonne into the county treasury Would our taxed be increased by a change in our form of government We should say not Our tax rate at the present time is 330 on tho 100 and under our new con Btitution it cannot exceed 250 on the 100 a saving to the taxpayer under statehood of ei...

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. — 7 November 1891

I TOWM AND COUNTY NEWS Voltuaue X With this issue the Mohave County Minku enters upon Its tenth volumne That it has succeeded in weathering the storms of nine hard journalistic winters to be greeted every two years by smil ing summer of prosperity was not duo to the managing power at the helm but to an all wise Providence and an Arizona legislature that foreordained the holding of elections bi annually The paper h as had fence Htraddlingpropensities for the three year prior to 1891 but since the 6rst ot the year it ha bccomn Inde pendent Democratic under its new man agement During the nine months past the paper has doubled both in circulation and advertising patronage Our aim has been to give the news and that we do so is testified to by our patrons The great need of this county for a number of years past was a paper that would give the news of theminei an i show to the outside world that old Mohave was h treasure house before whifh he mines of King Solomon would pale into insignifi...

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. — 7 November 1891

iuvt Sx SiVi arsr fcr Rfif f r Se- iv fer j revj lff H hk i JBW St3 nrs BSi mi W tT 15 ir h i ii it m Mmmmzi tafcni iiMimijwiiiiiijiwjiiijn 1 M N llfrV 4TjjJR 1 -v Lead vOopitr 1 TT AH JJerkcly a rrr 71 UINWG IN MOHAVE COUNTY of 4 55 12 20 ore L lining nont JO tho surface The or jh ksepini tip A good avoiage In richness Hitchcock Hiidjiiumbach air now st work m their lease on the Tuckaho mine ind jilrtiulv Iwvd u ood howiii ot oro tn uiin ft is rfatd anoilior comiwiiy wili eoou fornmeneo operating on Mm mines In yivot tlifttrjct Tlio surface showing on ihe claunH is reinarkuhly sood Coltin and and Morgan art- driving a tunnel in ou the Eattlf r mine near Oldo rdu Hii fjxpoctto citcli onto the main or body in about ihrio weeks Tom McMahon lu down from the Pnnce George mine ft Stockton HiI and to jiuct ilia n a in orkuii order lie i itates that iho jitf workj well siiving liio metal prultyclott Charles H Inrk i taking bnc ore from tiio Queen Bee mine lit has on4 miner working for him ...

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. — 7 November 1891

m I - H i Ua IS ALUMPOISONOUS ttioagb jf continued it indncos JyspopEi and nbbtiiiiiie constlpiitiun But tho fact thus many case Of pofsbnio Imvd ij juribd ireon th nie of itinm puts ho quatior lu ji more serious aspect And prudent popi vSU oxercio ennefdn in the seloction of bskln powdors M17ndor what copditions tjinn dcxUfe snbatanoo formorly i1ad onTyi for riie ohanUMil or medicutil pnrpocos cojtti3 j5trMia They ara tj tanly obscaro and k present wwn oniysarnust wrtfit a morbid chuua in Uj sorgtionja cf tb Htoyiacji witU which thk nima ombluas and fortai Sh cth6 wiaon or tfio tloiir niiy bts healthy bat m imnsranl Jijft 1 Mii tions and titat tbftv os oe gtfiacr proportions m comMoVWon with iUoalturl ivn8titute a poiaon For exam plo to jwrtf rA ikrdBry and two parts of flhforiiw form cafpmel which is not poisoaous but change tne jroDortions to ono pnirt morenry awl two parts of chlorine and we get corrdaive fnblltnate which i a dwdly lioiaon vThen again v kuo v notbins of she qpHH...

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. — 7 November 1891

RV m x v M jrTjKiiHinftiil - v v- t n vV TA Elections The returns from Tuesdays election in he various states are given below Co umbus Ohio Nov 4 1030 p m The Intent returns at Republican State Headquarters place McKinlevB plural- ity for Kovernor at 20000 The legisla ture is Republican by thirty five on joint ballot In New York the entire Democratic stale ticket is elected by majorities rang ing from 2J000 to500D0 The leglsUtnre is Republican on joint ballot In Pennsylvania the election was for I State Treasurer and the Republicans suc ceeded in rolling up a majority of 60000 for their candidate Russell the Democratic candidate for governor o Massachusetts is elected by 8000 majority The balance of the state ticket and the legislature are Republican In Iowa the entire Democratic state ticket is elected This is the first time in the history of the state thai the crate have obtained full control In Kansas the Democrats and Repub licans combined and crnshingly defeated the Farmers All...

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. — 14 November 1891

-a u 1 Ml ji S 1 k y I r CGTX 1 JVOiv wwwnw I purr Jug- - Hifiiwpwpifc1 II2FiliWs r3S1K SR8 v - rtlf Mf 5p v - fcV nf J it 1 Bailey of Globe who helped to con struct tho constitution was reported by tho Globe Belt as being opposed to state hood when ho went to the convention It now chuckles over tho fact that ho is still opposed to it and will vote against ii Notwithstanding his opposition to it he signed it so that in case it carried his namo might figure as ono of the framers of the act If this is a sample of Globes intelligence wo admit that the new stato should bo surveyed so as to leave that part of It out Tombstone Prospector Imagination goes a long way in relior ing peoples ailments A lady uf this city has for the past sir months regulated tho air of her room by glass transom Wheti tho room was too close she opened the transom to admit air closing it at night to prevent draughts and excludo noiso It worked like a charm until she discovered that there had never been any glass ...

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. — 14 November 1891

iW Hi f iP m iJO KM ZvzIJ Wv r ir n Sr us Sv En W 3Mr4TUKtt il E Jlttfe SSSWBEffiBm r wfm r rw iiirF i v - j x jSfetV - The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by the MINERiJPUBLISHING CO IIARVEYHUBBS Arc and Treat ANSON If SMITH d and Manager For Statehood The Prescott Courier says that the proposition to dam up the Colorado river Is wild and visionary that the Grand Canyon ik three miles wide and a lot moresuch rot The fact of the matter is the canyon in places is not over one hundred and fifty yards wulo and again if the Courie would consult the hydro graphic lay of the country it might be come boliter triformgd In regard to tho fall in fegt per mile of the river through this mighty canyon j It would inform ifc fcelf thattbe canyon incloses this great voiume oi waier Detwecn its massive walls fora distance of six hundred miles nnd that tho altitude of the river at the point where it enters the canyon is given hy Lienli Wheeler at a little over five thousand feet That tho altitu...

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. — 14 November 1891

Qpsfiiggj tract for furnishing beef to the Wallapai Indians the amount of beef to be fur nished is 200000 poundsfgross B II Spear has the contract for furnishing the floor to tiie amount of about 50003 pounds The theatrical performance being got ten up bv local talent will probably be put on the boards next month One of the pricipli actors has been absent for some time and thus delayed the enter tainment put as he is again among us the pfay will no doubt soon be presented to the public A Wallapai squaw called Zuligy was arrested Monday for being drunk and disorderly The sheriff brought her into the Miser office for trial before the Jus tice of the peace and she started fn to clean out uhe entire establishment Sha calmed down somewhat after having tho the handcuffs4 put on her wrists but be came hysterical again on perceiving an iron sidestick lying at her feet She grabbed the weapon and undertook the job again but after being bandied a little roughly by the sheriff decided to let 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. — 14 November 1891

i li i A W 0 If m m MINING Jj MOHAVE COUNTY Fine Silver a Lead 10 Copper 12 20 The Todd Baiiin Mill will ba atarted up in about ten 3ays Several small lots A ore are expected in from Wallapai mountain in a short time Daniel Wobilior Grant has in a ship ment of lead oret from his lease on the Schuylkill Joo Labareb has leased mine al Chlorido the f and nas started to work on it Mclteish Ifauson had seven tons of 1200 onnce ore from a mine on Stockton Hill worked atthe sampler last week Tho Colorado men who recently bought a lead jjlaira from McDnfly and Waggoner arejue ore informed taking out argontifero galena in car load lots The Music mountain mines are show ing up wou under development ine claims of William Munn ate splendid silver producing propertiej and tho gold mines of that rtjgion are nnoxcelled Ilichcock anBrumbach have finished timbering the IVicknhoe shaft and stopes and have just started iii taking out oro They expect to have a car load of rich - ore out before Christma...

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. — 14 November 1891

VMft 1 1 f TmrfcT iUeI GHTI hi ffWl Ealclfej lat -- FORYJ IrrurfKJ IiuraaM nttdAfl IiaMVJ HMD - jprp fspr - 7 Sv A traveler recently stopped at a floor git hotel where the landlord had just bought a live wildcat which wa chaiued in lihe yard The traveler had never seen such an animal before and waa rather nervouB about its proximity That night the I landlord went through the house put ting out the lights and the traveler heard the rattling of the chains on the lamps as thetr were lowered to be extinguished Hethougnt it was the wildcats chain and as the sound came nearer became convinced that the beast had escaped and waii prowling through the house The idea waa terrifying Remembering that his door was ajar he sprang trom the bed made a dash for the window in his nightclothes and jumped to the ground The proprietor heard the noise looked outjand seeing the guest making off supposed that he was jumping his board and chased him the town marshal join lug in the pursuit The traveler fled...

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. — 14 November 1891

c I ti - tc J 8J z rj MP M BkPL N If SF VU f Eh P sv B S i 4V k v V fc M Vv 41 f j Or -a tft rt r t v - ft W J i fyals from Me JWre The bank of Florence AIabas thrown up the sponge Two men lost their lives In prairie fire in Aurora county S D Frank Hiscock says bo has not been offered tha war portfolio Tony Hart Anthony J Canon is dead and was buried at Worcester Mass About eight hundred men employed in Jones Laugblins mills are out on a strike Ono of the officers of the Groat North ern Railroad denies that the road from Spokane west is to be changed The sHke at the lin plato department of the St Louis Stamping companys mills has been declared ofT Secretary Noble has been summoned to answer to a suit brought agalnnt him as Secretary of thi Interior by the Union River Logging Ccifapany Only one of thejfour men killed in the railroad accident at Temple Tex has been identified Ho was W E Greer a jockey from Louisville The Atchisons October statement in eluding the St Louis and Sin Fran...

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. — 21 November 1891

1 FY is u rrv si Sit liMiii VOLX Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report he in the t MOHATB CO ARIZONA 0 f ed a tb PotoBce In KlngBian u mc Itm Biattar SUMCRIrTION RATES ae Copy Oae Year - six Moutlu single Copies - r 4da MOO 3 00 10 KINGMAN LOIXJK MO 7 1 O O r meets every Tuewtay evening at 8 oelock during the April May June July Auxutt aad optember Bad at 730 during the mouthi of Oe berNnvember December JauuaryIebruarr d iUrcb VUitluj brothers areccrdlally tO attend J PlBBTNO - JOHK MCQBKOOB R B PROFESSIONAL CARDS waii ATTOSNEY AT hHW ProbnU Jadta of MotwreCosBtr Ufiee the Court Hosm KiagsuiB Aiuoba WM BfAKKLY ATTORNEY AT LAW Aad DUtriot Attorney uf Moobt County KinKKBB ArizoB THH M MURPHY ATTOBNEY AT LAW aBMB ArixoBB Mining litigation and obtBiatag pateaU to biIbm b ipeeklty JBIt BALDWIK T W JOBNITOK ft iLBWIX V JOII1HTOJ 5 ATTORHEYS AT LAW oott Arlrona Will attend regsUr i of the DUtriot Court in Apeohe and itretioBntiefl T n NATIFdRD ATTORNEY AT LAW - tt Arizoa...

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. — 21 November 1891

W ts E1 BBS1 IT SO t X r Vsi if Wi V p Ti V- Ml- T It i 4frhftsafc h - 3 The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday byj the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY HUBBS See and Treat ANSON JI SMITH Ed and Manager For Statehood The passenger trains on the A it 1 have been from two to eight hours late during the past week which causes a grett amount of inconvenience io the traveling public The movable sidewalk at the exhibi tion grounds in Chicago is a complete success It is mule on the plan of the sliding track and will move 4000i per sons per hour past a utven point The editor of the Slver Belt ays ho has resded in the wilderness since his arrival in Arizona lie would certainly reside in the wilderness all his lifetime were our people as un progress vo ob be California has ag tin shown the great superiority of that state as ft braiding ground for fast horses by the remarkable performance of Stanfords bay stallion Palo Atto at Stockton last Tuesday The time was 203 34 A party of rainmakers eut ou...

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. — 21 November 1891

sssMsssmsrax i STATEHOOD WHAT IT BRINGS Unanswerable Reasons Why the Constitution Should Be Adopted A State Government Will Greatly Reduce the Rate of Taxation Nevada Fully Demonstrates This Montanas Rapid Development Under Home Rule The question of Statehood ii now om that ia attracting considerable attention in Arizona and all proportion bearing on this subject are of vital interest to the people Statehood what doe thia mean and what remit willfollo w its achievement When men arc culled upon to make radical changes particularly in forms of government they always make haste slowly The citizens of Arizona many of whom have lived under a Territorial form of government for fifteen years are desir ous of knowing whst advantage thoy will obtain under a State government and what good results will follow Statehood To begin with an independent govern ment where the people govern was the dream and hope of the founders of this Republic and upwards of one hundred year of national prosperity h...

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. — 21 November 1891

If TOWN AMD COUNTY MEWS Homo ico these nights Ed Henson returned to tho Park Mbn day John Barry wont homo to Ccrbut yes terday II P Ewing Is u terror to idl law breakers Wlmt is the matter with lh electric light project Davo Evans ia in from tin Park nurs ing a More hand Ed Thompson ia taking of the city this week Jolinny Marshal has been spending the week in Kingman Chas E Shermti Hjwnt several days in Kingman this week Mrs Jas Duudon und Mrs Geo Lang ford were in town Tuesday Peter Benson was in from Music moun tain Tuesday and returned Thursday morning s Chas Elllbce and wife were i town Tuesday from their ranch to the nortli of Canyon Station DaveNelson and John Owens were up from their respective ranches on tho Big Sandy Thursday Judge John M Murphy took a run t j Stockton Cal Tuesday night and ex ptscta to bo absent about one week Charles Merritt is working on his pas ture over near Canyon Station this week and ha the holes dug und the pickets on thn ground Kingman needs a res...

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. — 21 November 1891

l1 fi1 s r r 5 f J r ws f 5- r - - FA- ir jrfrr f I I a j iOT 4 wjMWfwUM fcw n r CK jcW t A- WMYWottttMflMKfaAlM MjHfaTMliiffllllTfl dttliSSHHHHPiKKMiPSEIHH Ml MIHIMQ W MOHAVE COUNTS Fine8ilver MX Lead 4 10 Copper 12 20 Thomas Burch has obtained a lease on the Prince George from M D Howell and is prosecuting work on that yroj erty M Hooker Colorado mining man who has been looking at prominent prop erties in this coutity for somo time past left for his home tiie fore part of the week It is reported that Dorr Seymour and Waggoner have pood shotting of lead oro on the uoiueti nuie mine ai Chloride Tom McMahan who has a lease on the dumps of the Prince George mine says he is making twenty dollar per day out of the jugings Tomas Burch has packed out one car load of ore from tho Hope mine to the wagon road nearT B Shlpps ranch on the Sandy and was In town this week looking after a team to haul it to Hack berry A large ore wagon for the Southwestern mining ccmpany at El Dorado Canyon is at...

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. — 21 November 1891

tM w iw r - - r 7 -2 viiiuiKw wiiUiaf r2KKr l TTNiBKrRflKSBnw Protptctt for Sihir When the present Bilver bill was panned at Washington nays the London finan cial Newa it whs the unanimous opinion of the American exports that the month ly government purchased of H0000v coupled with the industrial consumption would aMorb the nurplus of Hilver in the world For some Ucue events Deemed to falsify this prediction but lately it can not be denied that the American pur chases aro mikeintf u Bteady and per ceptible inroad on tho visibb stock of silver which has fallen to below 4000 0J0 oz against over 8003000 oz a year ao There is very little doubt that it is India that is largely responsible for the present uluistiness of silver Ever since the last silver bill was passed India has absorbed much less silver than was expected The exports of silver to India this year to date amount to about 3 00 0K against about XOSOOOJO during the same period last year mikinu a dif terenoeof 3500000 or about ...

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. — 21 November 1891

- 4 m i i ijfc i i - g aiillMTffcWfwIlrii I imuirtniwmv niiirnwniirihi i lire - aat - ii ii iiiiiminnimr im win i mini i im i w iii hi ii - wi iarfitfttWffiBBmMMBmmmRMeKHffm a P fe fc Br4 w V iu y m -- AK jSf - i hn jr km- f ym IV r -- u - HIP BBS 7tf3B4Sfl i P WSOTr iffif avsYR - r5JFl Pardontd Conricio Xn the l7th Inst Governor Markham -pardoned Lottie Friti coevicted of petit larceny in San Francisco in September last and sentenced to six months im prisonment The governor also pardoned Giovanni Burnetii alias Jack Ozzem convicted of burglary at 8an Francisco in 188Jand sentenued to two years Imprisonment Blanchid term expired in 1887 He was minor when convicted and since his release has led a blameless and industri als life in Napa The pardon is granted bow simply to restore to him his rights of citizenship Tl e applicationof Julius Fortelli con victed at San Francisco in 1889 for mur der whs refused The governor inquired carefully into all the facts and airjved at the conclusion...

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. — 28 November 1891

ll M l XI W L4 - fcvi rv VOL X mm I if lli ITP ssssm M MCBPIIY JffllX ATTORNEY AT LAW Kinnmn Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to mines a specialty Rabbis Baldwin T W Jousrrox eV JOHJNTON BtXftWIX ATTORNEYS AT LAW Present t Arizona Will attend regular terms of the District Court in Apache and M6have eonntie EM NASFOKO ATTORNEY AT LAW Preaoott Arizona Will practioe in all the courts of the Territory GE4RGE NOTARY AITKFJf POILTC AND CONVEYANCER Mines examined and reported on Maps drawing and sketches of property a specialty Campbell Mohave county Arizona HEO DEAN M D KINGMAN ARIZONA Atlantic Pacific R K WESTERN DIVISION TIXETAKLE NO 30 IN EFFECT SUNDAY APRIL 1891 CONNECTIONS WESTWARD XASTWABD 8TATI0NB No 3 No 1 No 2 Noi 140a 3 4Q a It Albuquerque ar 1220a 320a 780a 930a Coolldge 60a 1035a 811a 1013a Wingate 605 1010a BtealOfOa Oallup 535p 940p 1082a 105a Navojo Spring 308pllS0p 1147a 2 42 p Holbrook 127p 603p USOp 4 0ip Wlnilow 1200m 4 30p 8 45 p 72tp FlazUT 8Ma 23op 5 2...

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. — 28 November 1891

t i J f I fyy t J v JlhLtimaa ii ifc a IF r f i M i r - Wf f h if h Bt fc - - ir IV- rr iff s I w fe S V s -- The Mohave Miner Published every tiatnrday by th MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVHY IIUBBS Sec and Treat ANSON II SMITH Ed and Manager For Statehood fondon has ten main railroad Hiipr Rope in made from an Arizona plant Key West has 4000 idle cigarmakers Switzerland has abolished national banks Chief Arthur was an engineer twenty years The Czars silver wedding was so dull that it must have 1eert of oxidized silver Philadelphia Record There are a number of clouds on the rain machines title to recognition as a success Washington 8ar Vote to release Arizon from ths ful influence of the Alien Land Act yon go to the polls next Tuesday It is rumored that the Italian govern ment has made a peremptory demand on the United States for indemnity for the dagoes killed in New Orleans last spring Now is the time to speak for statehood The territory will enumerate over one hundred thousand people a...

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