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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 28 November 1891

B yTTt TOWM AMD CBUKTY MEWS Quite a number of strangers town this week L Kimberlay was in town several days tnis week Crocus Rogers came in from Croziers ranch Monday Cbas and Wra Hunt were in town Monday and Tuesday t J G Ogden has gone baok to work on his mine near tbeDiamond Joe We are glad to note that 0 F Kuencer ie again able to jte on the streets James Dundon who had his leg broken last week is getting a long nicely ChasCumnilng9 will move his family into town for the winter next week The new railroad water tank east of the depot is rapidly nearlng completion Mrs J E Perry has returned from her visit to the Needle much improved in health Messrs Ruseell Sherman and Bowers returned Wednesday from a trip to El Dorado Canyon Frank Meadows and Clarence Kramer son came in from the Park Monday to take in the show Henry Brown came in from Minnesota district Thursday for tools and supplies for the Eagle mine Mis Maud Maguiro left for Hackberry Monday night where she has accepted it po...

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. — 28 November 1891

MrMMlMMMHnMMaMMnMHMUHHMMaWHMHB1 HH -v o ill MWiiW m - fHfli E BfAtv 1 BE i ft- E b Ut K it - ite S i - O IT C r v iimkj I -- hi I I mimi iiiiiTirri n it iiiMiinTi rrni i Tl liFKjsi MSSMmSsmM mammmSmm SBLWSWm TOKrfiWiTOTFMW9EHma w fxxtr wsjmrswiif i - j i Tii sr w5Haffl Sf zvusmzt 6 i - 41 - tawa JTATO MOHAVE CdUNTY FineSilver 94 Lead 4 10 Copper 1220 Collins and Stlnoon are working on tho old Charlotte mine Meadows and Mitchell are taking some good ore out of tho Sunlight Thofl Burke is taking out Bomo very rich ore on the Prince Ueorge Conard and Conrad have their contract on the Little Boy mine almost completed Work is still being pushed on tho Ark mine and some good ore streaks opened up J M Teeter has two and a half tons of ore from the Western View mine at the sampler Ten tons of ore were shipped to the sampler from the Western View mine this week Hitchcock and Brumback have ten tons of good ore on the dump of the Tuck ahoe mine The C O D mill is turning out con centrates stead...

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. — 28 November 1891

SMCOTV -7306 TJkMllIWiilHWBttllilMIUIM3tf SwLJaEiLmaaiaHiav 7rL 7XWHrs w tL iiJHSi A WMfeE jAF - Jft raRHWtffK iWmag5MaBiKfeAKtK - t rr 7ffv llT5fr a Kaleidoscopic Did the rainmakers never think of try ing stage thunder on a large scale to pro duce rain I It alwavs succeeds behind the footlights Bobby How did tlie Sphinx get the credit for being so wioo papa Mr Nor ris -By keeping its mouth shut for over 3000 3 ears Frank pleadingly I never kissed a girl in my life May coldly Well I havent advertised for apprentices havo I The peacock may not be inclined to gossip but he lovea to spread a highly colored tail about the neighborhood Frank r Belle rather wears her heart on her sleeve May Oh no she has it et on a diamond engagement ring Kasper Mauser the Nuremburg mys tery of 1828 seems to have been the first VeraAva of his sex The shorthand writers are to have a convention in Berlin and take each other by the hand there Tho debtor i tho fellow who isnt at all anxious to have his credit...

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. — 28 November 1891

y B km 1 freak of nature He htm four well ioruied chins the longest of which is ten inches from the lower lip The right side of his face is normal while on the left side there are two separate cheeks What is con sidered the most wonderful of all in this wonderful monstrosity is the ear on the left side of the head It hangs down like the ear of an elephant and measures twenty inches irotn the crown of his head to the bottom of the lobe The mam moth ear is perfect in formation and use except the opening ia about ten inches below the side of the head This unex hibited freak is Juan Jose Antonia He told a reporter his name and said he was 25 years old and was born a slave in Jerusalem of Arabian slave parents Women do not appear on the Japanese stage female parts being played by men who often make these roles their speciaty cultivating and using their vcices always in a thin high falsetto The make up the voice gait action and manner of some of these actors are wonderful and Genoske the ...

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. — 5 December 1891

S3a I15a 3 45 a 9 50 s 1013 a WW a Hip 2 5 p 4 41 p 725 p 9 15 p 11 55 p 200 a 4 43 s 800 10 IS 350 p 4 29 P 7 40p M VOL X J3 STATIONS It Albuquerque ar t oouage Wlnrate Osllap NstoJo Springs Holbrook Wluslow FIsUff Williams FrescottJanctlou Peach Spring Kingman Needles Fenner Daggett Bsritow MohaTe EASTWARD No 2 1 No 4 1220a 720 a 835a 05p stop 216p 1250m 10 05 hi 8 35a 5 35 s 127 1030p BMp S50o 335 P 12 15 p 3 43 a I105p iuotb IOOJd TOtp 615p 5orp 2 49p IZ1D loaop aws 621a 8 25a 135a 827 805d ALBUQUERQUE A T AS FR R for all points Et and Sooth EBESCOTT JUNCnON Preaoott Ari zona Central R illwar for Port Whipple Tnnd Preaeott B AK3TOW Cnlifornia Southern Railway for Ixm Angeles San Diego and other I Southern California points XtOHAYE SontlMra Paeifio for San jran cioo S tnriminto and Northern Calif or- nlit points Pallmiii Palace SIwpli Cars No ohtnge U made by sleepina oar naa stagers between San Fraaolnco and Kanaka City or Han Diego Los Angeles and and Ghioago The Grand Canyon 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. — 5 December 1891

- v - i RrH7s s a I Ir i mbii i if i - i -- - - - tv I- The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by tlio MINEH PUBLISHING CO HARVEY II UBBS Sec and Treat ANSON II SMITH Ed and Manager For Statehood And Dont Yon Forget It The east is frozen tip solid by Hie re cent cold Bjiell Tlio silver convention nt El Paso this month protnifcR to m wHI nttended The republicans eeeili to be divided on the question Shitlt Clirint lend them The anti Htateliood paixTri will now be given n chance to explain their over whelmini tipfent The San Franeicco grand jury is doing u grand work in indicting the boodlini gniig of that el iv The Albuquerque Knights of Pythias will produce the play Damon and Pyth ias sometime npxt week The Pomona ProrenH tells of two men who have received 383U in bounty on coyote eealp Uhm year Gov Irwin and wife paid Prescoit a viuit They should visit Mohavo county before returning to Phenix Mrs HN Palmer accidentally killed her nine-year-old fou in Pn scott one day last week wh...

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. — 5 December 1891

u Frank El ttv TOWHAHD CtUMTmiWi amilton came ia froa Walla pai mountain this week The neif railroad water tank near the depot ia almost completed Dr Deap left Tuesday night for Los Angeles Wbero be goes for medical treat ment Dr Smith Is looking after Dr Deans patients during the latter absence in Los Angeles T A Goto and W J3 Frost came in from Waliapai Spring to take in the elec tion Tuesday ij David Parks came in from Waliapai MouHtainjTuesday to cast his vote for the constitution 4 W A JKeal returned Tuesday night from Yuaja where he has been prospec ting for coal W B Stephens and family have re turned tojthe Sandy wheie they will re main all winter Harvey Hubbs is still improving and his friendij will be glad to learn that he will be able to navigate by Christmas The Board of Supervisors will meet at the court house one week from next Mon day to canvass the result of last Tuesday election Chan Jammings and family came in from Wal located in winter t i Sapal Springs Tuesday and...

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. — 5 December 1891

ma F4 fT FlaS t ns t tami HPi 1 ft ri S4 Sij 1 r i ST C Vft T A twfcsr - xl 7 if jk iTvi 5eW t v ri BJfciV -A Xr - Wf ij J Hl LL -- awn inaafanoii mum it Momrt eoutrr Fine Silver I M Lead 4 26 Copper 1 M Del Beebe baa a contract to haul 100 tons of ore to the Golden Eagle mill It is expected that the Todd Basin mill will be in running order in a tew weeks The Floras mill is running along nicely and turning out lots of bullion and con centrales Our correspondent at the scene of the new strikes in Weaver district failed to send in his communication this week TheM M company are erecting their mill at Mreen Bay and Sherman Gleasons Golden Eagle mill is almost completed Beebea teams left Thursday for the Minnesota district loaded with supplies for the miners They will be loaded with ore on their return Mr Trask came in from Danny station this week with a carload of high grade ore which he had worked at the sampler with very satisfactory results Thomas Burch is in from his mine in Cedar d...

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. — 5 December 1891

id Oil ir Ma It an QBMTI eft brado ft Mob 8t J i lif Hobi ft OS r s um yl ifr fii hoi FT ewr hiVtlkf MBf JH fcrMwW of M ItiariAfc Ias0 Ws hi AMMt 13o r lffln 4 Protest 3Ak The citizens of Tombtttone and Cochise county gonenilly do not hail with any amount of satisfaction the proposed loca tion of anApache cump wy at Huachutcn The Sentinel published there and which is a conservative representation of the general opinion in Army circles as fur as this oranch of of it is concerned has this to say regarding the Apache as a soldier If reports are true the Indian comimny at Whipple Bur rucks has made a bud break Pay day brought the temptation and the Indians under the garb of soldiers got whiskey and the usual result fol lowed This occurrence has proven conclu sively that dressing an Indian in a sol diers uniform dues not eliminate the Indian nature from him The untamed tiger is in him perchance caged or lying dormant but if the occasion is offered the savage brute will come forth with al...

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. — 5 December 1891

rv ffr t 4 - y - aK fe f Y IV V V i i7 s v fS s Ky - Prof G Foote in a paper rend be fore a meeting of scientific societies In Washington spoke of a geological forma tion that give rise to some very interest in suggestions His thesis wits battel upon the claim that in a collection of very remarkable specimens of meteoric iron found on the side or Grater moun tain Arizona he had discovered dia monds Crater mountain rises uhrutly 432 feet above the surrounding plain The walls of the so called crater which are very steep and formed of sandstone and limoHtone and are lifted at an angle of 43 degrees But as no lava or other volcanic products are found the hollow tun not be considered a true crater Ah this depression is of similar character to that from which the diamonds at Kim berly South America are dug why should not diamonds abound in Arizona New Mexico and Mexico which are the richest regions for meteoric iron in the world Prof Footes theories says the Jewelers Circular are among th...

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 December 1891

4 J VOJj X v 1JSfS V The Mohave Miner PCSUKH1U CTBKT SATCftDAY BT Kobtfe County Miner Publishing Co AMSOII H itMJTH Minaotr KINOMAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at the PoitofUco In Kingman ai ec end claw Matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ooe Copy Oue Year SU Mouth ilogle Copie - H 00 2 00 10 KINGMAN IOWJE NO 7 I O O V ineela Tery TueiJajr evening at 8 o clock during the mouths t April Mar June July Aiuutt aai September aalat7J0dnrius the inoulhtofOc tobcrNorembcr December JatiaaryFebruarr tad March VUttlug brulberaarecordlallrluvft ed to attend EJ 1inftY N Q Joiim McOiseoob It 8 P33FESS10MAL CARDS Lit CUHAX ATTORNEY AT L W Probate Jadae of M thivu County Olttoo in the Court House Ktugmsn Aifzoua If rjl IUhlKKIY VV VITORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Moaave County Ki iginin Arizona n MUIUMIY Jttll ATTORNEY AT LAW Kmgratn Arizona Mining htigatinn nod obtaining p vtents to udries a specialty IUkrio IUldwiv T W Joicmos BtMIMM ATTORNEYS JOIIIMToa AT LAW PreMWtt Arizina Will attend n gulnr term...

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 December 1891

P s - me BMW AK jV1JBLJ liKTvWS V 1 4 f i I- pi- ISr H II fo n H m 9 1 1 llar Ck w m y u j m V m IVI ri Bit m mSSBHKiSSmSSSBsLii S r i - ItVUTJC HI1 I iMIIiiWW IIHIll 1 Mil I IB IM IW i lIa wic5 Ji f uss nt TKJBSMftBMriWiWfsraatfirawwr r The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY HUBBS See and Trta ANSON II SMITH J5V and Manager For Statehood And Dont Ton Forget It Arizona will vote for state officers next fall Hill ts the choice of western democrats for the presidency Quite a number of good raining sales will be made in Mohave county during the next two months The Phenix Cizatto says there are six or seven new canal schomes under con sideration in the Salt river valley With the assurance of statehood Ari zona will make -rapid progress in the de velopment of her latent indiixtries In his forthcoming message to Con gress President Harrison will ndvise tak ing extreme measure airainst Chili The territory of Arizona has brightened up wonderfully since t...

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 December 1891

y j Rev Hacknaan visited the Park this week i t r T Toys and Holiday goods at the Diug Store Jack White was in town a couple of days this week W E Frost came in from Wallapai Spring Wednesday Richard Cleve was in from Wallapai Springs one day this week John Brickie has left the Minnesota district and gone to Calico Cal I Toys Dolls Albums Silverware etc at the W II Taggart Mercantile Cos Beebea big teams left town yesterday loaded with lumber and other supplies for the Floees Wn Mugee and Mark Joeephi came op from the 8andy Tuesday and returned home Thursday morning Master Sumner Beecher is now chief devllof the Mines office and will be foreman next week jy Go to the Drag Store and looifcVat the elegant display of Xmas jewelry which has just been received Q W Beecher and Charles Merritt have erected a substantial stock corral on the flat southeast of town Aiflne line of candies nutsv and fruits for the holdays will be opened up for sale next week a the Drug Store 3 Al Ryan came in f...

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 December 1891

m ra ft I v I V - W tsjLaxsygllrf SMajwWJMrsi y - 9 a7AW mnn CWHTT Fine8ilver I Mtf Lead 4 30 Copper W 50 Fred Dawson it working on the mill in Minnesota district for the Green Bay raining company Tom Gilbert is patting in bis time on the windlass of a new discovery in Min nesota district and courting the belle of the new camp Beebes big teams will shortly go down to the new strjke in Minesotan district to haul ore from the Golden Eagle mine to the mill at the river A pump will be put in the San Antonio mine near the Ark and all water will be putSapeddut preparatory to starting up work The mine has considerable good ore in sight and will pay well for the working Al Rucker and C D White are work ing on a new location ia the Minnesota district and we are informed tnat they re taking out considerable exceedinly high grade gold ore and have a magnifi cent showing Hitchcock and Brumbsch have struck native and sulphide ore in abundance in the north drift of the Tuckahoe mine upon which th...

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. — 12 December 1891

i fv out coup M Conricta Tact On one occasion Senator Cullom then Governor of Illinois made a visit to the State penitentiary at Chester in the southern part o the State One of the prisoners was serving a life sentence for murder The circumstances of the homi cide were us follows The man had killed one of his neigh burs in an affray that was the result of a political discussion during the war for the Union lie Had been sent in pun ishment for his crime to the Joliet peni tentiary from wnicii prison lie nau been to one at Chester me prisoner was probably sixty years of age ut the time noted and had been in duranc vile for u long number nf years IJe had been u most exemplary inmate of the institution having uniformly con ducted himself in a manner Unit had gained him the implicit confidence of the prison authorities and as a mark of this confidence he had been placed in charge of the insfde door of the building Through this door ull nho entered and left the place had to pa 8 On the oc...

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. — 12 December 1891

3lg i tv w MHIWWIiWWJKV M v ft i 1 it f r Stcond Cas Matttr She was very innocent lady with grown up daughter and when one of the latter left her at a railway station for an hour she thought she would buy- a book to while away the time The book wan one of Z lae and when the daughter came baca she was a junior at Vassar and knew a thing or two she waa bor Yitied What on earth did you buy that for mother she asked I did not know there was anything wrong about it said the mother i there I should say yea said the Vi ar girl Didnt you 6nd it so No said mamma j but I was not interested in it Is it very bad No said the daughter its not the wont of his books but it is not good Come to think of it said the mam ma I noticed when I picked it up that it wus entered at the New York Postof flco us second class matter Detroit Free Press k Over 2000 delegates will attend the Stiver Convention to be held in 1 Iuco on the 15th inst Four thousand dollar have been raised to pay expenses there and tioke...

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 December 1891

v y 11 n hate VOL X V Highest of all in Leavening Power--Latest U S Govt Report Koyi aaV WW bbb vbbV Jg E The Mohave Meier nrauiHau svaar satobday by Man Gouty liter Pibllskii Co awtwM H HJTH Mitf CINOJCAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA latere at the PottoBce In Kingman a ec eaaeteM matter SUMCftimON RATES at Copy One Year Six Months Magi Coplea MOO 2 00 10 KINGMAN LODOE NO 7 1 O O T meeta very Tuesday evening at 8 o clock during the raeaibsof April May Juue July Augiul aud September and at 730 during the mouth of Oc ioaerNoTember December JanuarrFebruary aa4 March VUItlug brothers arecordlally Invit ed to attend X J Psaav N O JOHX McQazoos K 8 PROFESSIONAL CARDS r t COWAN Ll ATTORNEY AT LW Probate Jodae of Mohave Coanty Offloe la Mm Cos rt Honae Kingman Arizona WW BLAKKIVY ATTORNEY AT LAW lad District Attorney of Moaava Coanty Kiagnmn Arizona 2 MURPHY JOHN ATTORNEY AT LAW KiagHn Arixoaa Mining litigation and obtaining patents to mines a specialty JUaBlS BALDWIK T MT JOKMKTON 4c JOIINNTON B4LDW1...

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 December 1891

1 fj uh trj r Fr s t El 1 ft Rfc v The Mohave Miner 1utlinlieil mtsry Balunlay l0 thu MINER PUBLISHING CO II A It EY HVHUS Sec and Trent HM0yH8MITUKd and Manager For Statehood aaaaaaaaaaaSaaaaw 0 aaaj 4T jTlBd Dont You Forget It New Mexico has twelve candidates for U Hanlorn The newspapers of Phenix are having -a family qilurid Kilver has an upward tendancy in the Loudon makets Oie thonsauti lulls liive already been inlrixhiced n noii Tew Ariiona will U the second statv in the production of copiwr in 189J A number of free coinage hills have al ready been introduced In runnreis Mohave county tninent are opening up the riches gold properties in Arizona Umu sjonn cturity vviuie her down trodden subjects ira st irvimr to death The output of Arizona mines for the year 1891 is placed at nearly fo00U000 Ario u wilt probably havj two new silver venatuM in Washington next win ter The cattle interests of this county are in better shape than any other county in the territory Mohave county can ...

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 December 1891

ivib 3 i - nHranHauJfi j ir t ivrr swi i ra f rnwj9M asss ikswikf t v a i i v AwjHaBiaaHK7i at is- - 9sraras fj w ri Bwe1 v ism v w rurSB tnil ISO I m Av 1 m 1 TOWMMD C9UKTT HEWS Are we to have Christina dance ia the question John Jamison is in from the mines of Lavoe Springs country Mrs Foster 8 Dennis is jast recover mtrfrom a severe illness All tho boys around town are practcinu with their Long Totns BapervisoiHamnel Orozier spent several days this week tn Kingman Holiday goods are being displayed in all the show windows in town All this country lacks U the the canals and goadolers to be the Venice of Amer ica These are beautiful nights beautiful as ay ever seen in the bright land of Italy There wilt be a dance at the courthouse Christmas Eve to which everybody is invited Pete Jeffrey who had been spending x week 1b Kinsman returned home Satur day last E M Hickey our popular day opera tor at this place visited Peach Springs this week The Hubbs House if now one of the best patroni...

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 December 1891

I- Ix i fe J E5 M r 1 I t jV Vfh W J i rf VJ m Mr v p 01 iS ft fel t ft a ftS N in i - rivy - - Ji tf The xrniipp of ihe wnrld or ratl prof the civilized nations inrlude SfiCODOO men Thf mim nnd alnmit nn many more who are reqtiirrd to waif on them in pome form or other re ronpumfru and not prolnfr nf llie worlds cupplyof food Besides the los of their timo nnd labor they cot at leant 1000 a year each and that amount fo f3000KX000 In proportion to popnlntlon our armv of 20001 men is by far the m ihent in the world What a hlesin to the nations it would be if they would study war no morn That the period of jrrowih is not limited fo the leal aire of maturity Is true A gentleman thirty years of wre connected with m Iitprarv journal of this citv two years ago was six fet two inches in height nnd is now lux feet four He is in perfect health and preuntij a remarkably youthful appearance New Vork Times tni UM watc m MMirf cowrr Fine Silver 03 Leal 4 30 Copper 12 25 Jas Mullfciin Is driving a...

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