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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 19 December 1891

ytm StnatarStemart m frs Senator Stewart has been interviewed in Washington He is a hard worker Is the interest of roe coinage of silver He says j The money kings of Europe and their lieutenant in the United Statea undoubt edly wonld likejto frame the issues of all piutiegso tbutjthere could be no inquiry as to the method by which the wealth of the country is transferred from the pro ducers to the parasites oi humanity The icold trust offeni to reward each of the great politicaPpartiea by a free gift of the electoral vote of New York if nothing Is said about the silver question All that thny askfor the -offices they confer upon both parties and opposing candi dates is fidelity to the lords of contrac tion stagnation and hard times One or the otiier party must reject the bribe of the kings of avarice and look to the peo ple and not to the oppressors for tupport When that day comes the chain ot con traction to a shrinking volume of gold will be broken and tho kings of avarice dethrone...

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. — 19 December 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 December 1891

I VOL X Rdikl ff m One Copy Ouo Yer Six Mouth 41ngle Copies SSS4B 14 00 2 00 10 KINGMAN LODGE NO 7 I 0 0 F meets eTeryTneday evealngat 8 o clock during the moiithiof April May Juue July Aincut aud September and at 73 durliijr the mouth of Oc toberNnveinber December JauuaryKebruary and March VLItlng brotheraarecordlallyluvft ed to attend E J Perry N O John McO rioor It 8 PR3FESSI0NAL CA3D3 Lo trtv ATTORNEY AT HV IrobateJudje of Moh iva County Oilloo ta the Court Himia JCingian Arizona nrn iiiakiw Y ATTORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Moaave County Ki UtiTMi Arizona M MUKiniV JstJlff ATfOUNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Mining litigation aud obtaining patent to luinea a specialty HARM IULOWIX T W JOICN5TOX Oi JOIIJNTOX BilmVlX attorneys at law IroHOott Arizona Will attend rugalar terrut of tbo Distrct Ciurt in Apache and Mnhnve counties EM A3FOItl ATTORNEY AT LAW Preioott Arizona Will practice in all the court of the Territory GKOKfK AITKItfr NOTARY PDPLIO ANO CONVEYANCER Mine exami e...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 December 1891

ttl 9Rl l - cyn i 1 FP Vc tf The Mohave Miner InliliHlifil every Saturday by the MI NEK PUBLISHING CO II A R VE Y UUBBS Sec and Trtat ANSON II SMITH Ed and Manager For Statehood And Dont Yoa Forget It An eiiuMtng act tor Arizona will it is thought he nvi by the t resent Con eiH at an early date It ia claimed that no lets than one thousand proselyte Were put to death during the recent riots in Northern Ctiina Ex Premier Mercier tiie Elwood tier of Qnebec is threatened with impri onment according to latent accounts from Montreal Senator Plumb of Kinsa is dead By his untimely taking off the silver cause in the United Stated lose- one of their most earnest and consistent workers It is feared that the Coeyenne Indian on thu Keoh reservation Montana are preparing for an outbreak and troops liave Ik cu hjiiI to thu scene of the dis turbance No place in the great west is feeling the effects of advertising as our sunny land of the south Inquiries for lands and mines are pouring in fioni resi...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 December 1891

n s I 2 1 v i tLWM AND COUMTt MEWS V fl you kill a turkey in McMabon is in town for the 3 Campbell ia in from the Florea fs A Vc r Mcbr ha been quite ill week ie Cluck boya were nil in town for IfltlOtt eo Brfgga of Needles spent Christmas ingm in amen urr came over irvin mineral k Monday Eherles Logan came in fromWallapai iuga Monday 4mI9 weather this week baa been verv U uuu diviih n lie new witir tins at the station is fw ready for uso iirom McMahcn ia spending the holiday Sson in Kingman amc Kennev on the aick list this k with Ions trouhlo Abe Lt fever U now ofilciittinjf behind e bar at Harloy Faya George Porflr ger came in from Camp ill Toesd iv to ipend the holidays Charles E 8h rruan of Mineral Park ft for Sao Francisco to jeil the Judge W O BUkely went down to the leedles Cnesday night on official bum- ess Hilly Haywood was quito tick the fore art of the weelc out w now awe u oe round ni Um tt tha mlntnfr iimna ftnuth fit kingumn camejn thetlrM of the week to fpenrt the hol...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 26 December 1891

4 STll 1 I W I I M tt Kingman Public School The following is a list of tho names of pupils who have neither been tardy nor absent for tho week ending Friday Dec ember 18th 1891 Lillie Wilson Charley WilBon Millie Wilson Lester Wilkinson Florence Ogden Edith Ogden Grace Wilson Lonnie Wells liziie Anderson Joie Eshom Flora Ait ken George Kier Frankie Potts Roy Smith Amelia Quinones Nancy Quinones Frank Jerome Lallah Potts Peter Ferra Archie Neal Mns J C Oodbn Teacher ESTUAY From Todd Basin Ari zona last March or April one strawberry ro in horse weighing about 000 pounds branded with a heart on left shoulder ono white hind foot Horse broke to saddle or harness A reward of 10 will be paid forthe return of tho horse to Coruiti Conrad Todd Basin Mohave Co Arizona Adrlee to Anthem Mrs Winelows Soothing Syrup has been used by millions of mothers for children teething fo over fifty years with perfect success It relieves the little suf ferer at once produces natural quiet sleep by freeing the...

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. — 26 December 1891

f i s 2H 4 TrageJf Brown and Criwford the Cocopali mountain prospector confirm the report that mud volcanoes exist at tho northern end o the Cocopih range and jive an inlerefttin account of thom in the Loner Cilifofnlin Ilrown says the volcanoes rw not hut Colonel Allen cracks thorn up to he hut Mill ho describe them us weird and a fid and worth srointfu lontr wtytowe The lumen of HUlphtir min ing from them can bo detected two or three milei uway and as the volcanoen are appro ithed a blubxrinif sound ix heard r uised hjr tho mud bing thrown from the critter All thu craters are on level with the Hurroumli plain and none of them throw mud more than a few feet in the air The e trth for a lonu distance around the volcanoes ia intense Jy hot and animals have a dread of the locality and cannot bo induced to pi near Even men are afraid and Instinct ive fear keeps them from making ton close an examination of tiie uncanny re- Kion A After prihtirin new mipplie and net ting iMik to the camp ...

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. — 26 December 1891

t4ri rwwwBevai W iKAWmAWW m m my ii mi iJl ft tig it It II B FomiMon wbo went down the road yesterday to meet bis niliinfc part ner John Y ilowitt returned this morn lag and states that the report of the big strike made a day or tw aico in the Old Abe mine of which he owns one fourth U all true and that the strike is con sider ihly mora important than at first re- Dorted The new vein was stuck at a d spth of one hundred and fifty feet only about fifty feet dUtant from the old one They have onlv had time since striking the new vein to prospect it a short dis tance but far as they have have followed It they find it to maintain uniform width of sis feet is free milling quart and yields from thirty to forty dollars of gold to the tonv Then is every indica tion that the vein is a true fissure and runs through the adjoining properties on both sides Considering the width of the vein and its apparent extent this ay properly be considered the most im portant strike ever made in the camp 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. — 2 January 1892

I r i rJr y 3 I rWf BV raj w T5j5iwvj aj sBJSFfS1 ssar r V wvii1mwwwanaa mBK rrr SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Year Blx Mouth dingle Cople VvAWfcsdb s a 14 00 2 00 10 KINQMAN LODOE NO 7 I O O P meets ffnrv afltoAfiat Vn nif at 8 a a aaU rimlnit k every Tuesday evening ocloek during the utha of April May Juuc July Aiigiut and September aud at 730 durlu s the inouthiof woerwnvemtHsr December Jauuary February and March VUltlug ed to atteud E J IMRY N o John Mcdntaoa it 8 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArAAAAAAirMMWWVWW LO COWAH ATTOBNEY AT LW Probnte J adito of thnve Con nt v Uffioe1 in the Court Huase Kinsman Ajfzonn WH HMLKKITt ATTORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Moaave County KliBtDAn Ariznnn M MUKPIIY JOIIJI ArrOHNEY AT LAW KinRrnan Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to minea a npecialty Harria Baldwin t W Joiiniton V JOII1NTOX BILUHH ATTORNEV8 AT LAW Preaoott Arinnn Will attend regular terms of the Dintrct Court in Apache And Mohave counties EM NAXFOItn AriORNBY AT LAW Pro...

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. — 2 January 1892

M B 11 If n ft W i I The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY HUBBS Sec and Treat ANSON II SMITH Ed and Manager For Statehood r r And Dont Ton Forget It Twenty million people are starving in Buusia The silver men in congress seem to have things their own way and the tree coinage stock is taking a boom The Ivett murder will soon be stirred op again by the arrest of August Olsen and a number of others on a charge of - A frightful panic occurred last Sund ty In the Royal Theatre Utteshead Lon don In which ten people were crashed and trampled to death The Sonthern Pacinc railroad company have been mulcted in the sum of f 25 000 the value of a section foreman who killed in a wreck near Tucson was The snows of the past week are of im mense value to the stockmen of Arizona insuring as it does an unlimited rtupply of water and uraiw during the year The snow Btnrtn List week in St Johns caucd irrave feajfh among the residents of mud roofed liornea Mud roofs...

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. — 2 January 1892

M j i s 1 t w t il v i 4 t j 1 t jtf m t iiffiftm K row iw rtwrr news Did you swear off yesterday There m another turkey shoot Thurs day Judge Russell celebrated bin fifth an niversary last uight Wen Brandon and Charles Oordoa have returnea from Weaver J Edmlston came down from the C 0 D to spend New Years Tom and Jerry Egg Nog and others have been holding the town down this week Dr Dean contemplates the erection of substantial cottage os Pine Street shortly Mrs Dodge we are pleased to note is rapidly recovering from her recent attack of the grip Get your bills teady for the Board o Supervisors meeting on the first Monday j January 1 The first of the eight delayed passenger trains from the east arrived at 2 p ra Thursday and by 330 five of them had passed John K Mackenzie who has been ill with pneumonia for the past week is now considered out of danger and will soon be aroand again The building of the parsonage has been delayed owing to the recent snow storm bat work will be resumed...

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. — 2 January 1892

ft- i Mm 3 19VStW If 1 v i 95 li HI - ynvca 7ff0 MttHU COUHTT Fine Silver 94H Lead 430 Copper 12 25 T L Ayers bw been doing HHwnent work Superintendent Barry Informs at that hoist will be pat op on the Minnesota Wilkins nd Jose have taken a lease on the St Load and will commence work bortly Jno Barry will commence work on the Barker State nfne aa soon m the weather Moderates John Barry and eon were oat near lapai Springs on Jan 1st and relocated a amber of claim W E Frost Tade the location of mod grade led e of mineral in Soap Wasb Wallapai Mountain January 1st 1802 A F 8imonds has been at work on his claim in Vanderbilt district north of Fenner He made a shipment of good ore to the sampler this week John Barry has just finished laying the water pipe to his Minnesota mill site He informs as tust a mill will be erected some time daring the summer IdeHanblin and partner are taking oat some good ore in the Sunlight They are sinking the main shaft and the ore is getting better as they g...

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. — 2 January 1892

K l tfsiiftViEir iuvm JTorZf ar Theodora Thorns has been confirmed as musical director of the Exposition Madagascar will luvo an exhibit of its resources and products at the Exposition Ceylon bus sent through Sir Henry Wood 4 request for apace upon which to build a toi house LaditfV auxillery conuuitiMus have been ortfJiilxod in llfty flve counties in IVrin ylvania are at work to swrure a fine showing of womeus work Mr Sillus an artist of Ecuador will exwute eHjwaially for the World Fair two pitntiiK4 one a scenic painting of Chimboraso and the other a life sisa por trait of Columbus It has been decided that all goods man ufactnred in foreign countries must be entered if at all as foroign exhibits even though tlio capital of the manufacturing concerns has been furnished by Ameri cana Medutalino a new composition design ed as a substitute for brick and building stone h is Men adopted for the sidewalks And driveways in the Exposition grounds The price U 0 cents per squire foot The jew...

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. — 2 January 1892

Kill1 Natural Telephone Lnf A gentleman from Minnetaw about -twenty-five mile southwest of Rapid City 8 D tells a most marvelous Ulu of the discovery which was accidentally made in the mountains northwest of thattown a few weeks ago According to the storv told there is a natural telephone line be tween two mountains in the Black Hills ratine - On each side of an intervening valley twelve tatftm in width stand two high peaks which tower ubovo the oilier moun tains and have long been known an land marks being culled the Twin peaks These mountain are several thousand feet high and a groat distance above the near range Only on rare occasions have these peaks been ascended and but little was known of their topojjraohy Some weeks ago a party of tourists de- termincd to make the ascent and divided into two parties one for each pak They took upptrttus for signaling and expected to have pleasure and amusement by flash ing the heliograph across the intervening space to the mystification of 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. — 9 January 1892

tit VOL - Highest of all In Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report mm mm This is the national house dress When going out u long shapelc cloak with wide uleeves and a wide flap banning down the back and the veil with a piraiol complete the street attire At night summer and winter a wadded nightgown is worn generally ouUide the clothes worn during the day Only a few familiei have Iwdsteads preferring to sleep on the pile of twenty or thirty quilts on the floor Each wife has her suite uf three rootn i and sleeps there with her rnildren and irsomil ser vant and no matter how hot the night the windows are tightly closed The Turkish women are sensitive and full of a rather exaggerated sensibility which causes them to shed tears and faint on the slightest provocation Nerves as we have them they dont seem to know but they are ready to keel over in a faint for almost nothing Whether this is natural to them or in duced by their lack of exercise and con stant bathing in such trailing hot water...

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. — 9 January 1892

H fa sr iJi r ttK iv- fc ictlft r jf5t M - oui ifX aUMuUbMHJ nfTimHWBg tfi D T h tffef SMuwMswup sffiHimypnwatfwREFJi Bmfflsrvvae The Mohave Miner Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HAKVEY HUBBS See and Treat ANSON IT SMITH Ed and Manager For Statehood 1 Mlaaaflaaaaaa 1 Vfc And Dont You Forget It The IVbcoU Bdinpliti works hn n tsi ed under u new min iemiit The Nuw Mttxiro School of MIiich open in Socorro on Sept 1 1892 will Over 4003 h m jmt bven apportioned amoiijc the Hctmol ditrii tft of Mohave county The annual ineutint of the Arizona live mock sanitary rommieeion will 1m held in Phenix commencing Jnnuary 13 1892 Judge John Howard was re elected Mayor and Ja M Dod on waa elected Chief of Polke of Prescott at the election Tuesd iv Moxico in iihiut in overcomo the fact that aim has no navy arid no hxrhor to flu iton i by the pnrch na of a few war ship and deepen iIih harbor of Tampico Jmlue Win C IIizelliiieioliiitor gen eral of the Atlantic k Pacific railroad di...

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. — 9 January 1892

mi VmA wy S w ji - 1S v 4 y father ami returned to flick- Wednesday niht e Levi was in town from Signal a of days this week 11 informs us is brother Mow Ijvl who has arisand othr ptrw of France for last year i exacted home some- next month fimt were deeply Dained utxin news itijuof the death of the infant of Thomas Boue at his ranch on fanu Mari river below Signal last The Minsr extends iis sheerest faty to the striiken family in their r - j B Backus who has cbsVije of an in school in Genoa Neo Das been ng Prof S M McCowan aOIobava for the pist fyayswfIrpM man a visit WednedSv accomuaniwi kes Bissew w in tews iroia lue f i t i i It Hutchison has been spen In Kingman i J dingt -a I Lafever has been rusticating in Lan this week I Crosier was in town actio ia his ty of county supervisor ge Klemp returned from Weaver t tbe first of the week d geese and ducks are said to be umerous on the 3aady this year lm Sandy people celebrated holiday llj V u 5 y by having five dances In I 1 i Cvana ...

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. — 9 January 1892

rWttt J R fflmmmm sail r jv i i iJ iP r 7 ifo 1M W o -V f tl I Bi IK i if 1 a if ifttHlrBsit - - lOKWUii Sffllff 1 Knl HI fSflLJ H mm- rrdCC MitiMw jt FfHi LuL 1 7A7JW iti KOMMVi CUMTf Fine Silver I Mtf Lead 430 Copper 12 25 Siakiagwill toon be commenced on Flore The DitUff hoiat will be ia roaalag order in four or five days The Floree mill and mine hat been compelled to cloaed down owing to lack of fuel PaUejr Ccllina and Joe Morgan have about ten tona of Battler ore ready for shipment Charle Conmiag had about five tona of rich ore from hia mlnea at Wallapal 8pringa this week Charley Wilkina came in Thursday with a carload of ore from the Little Boy mine which he will have worked at the sampler Al Eaton and Tobe Wilkinson have discontinued operations on tLeir new dis covery at Walapii Springs for tlw pres ent ia oraer to go on a prospecting trip It is reported that John Reese has covered a ledge of high grade rock in the southern part of thfs county from which he is taking large qu...

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. — 9 January 1892

print J iina - Aborigines and Copper A ixiniimula railed Keweenaw point titling- Into Lake Sujierior trom tto Huntliern hhore toward tliu northeiHt U famotiH uh the center of a vaut copper mining imluntry Lam0 year tlio initio produced no tes than 10558UOOO potintta of refined uopjwr and it h estimated that diininj next year production will bo in crtuwxl hy ut least 20 per cent E R Hinwlale lio contributes to the iattjit hiillutiti of the American Geoarnpdcaf Society an article on the JtuljVt ha much that is interestinu to nay about the numerous prnliWtoriu minu which hive bom found in Hum region Thee ancient minis judging from their extent mutt have oeon worked for centuries Who tho workers were no one can tell Thoy seem to have known nothing of tho nmHling of copper What thoy Hoijuht wore pieces thit could k f widened by cold littmnurinu into useful artiulMftnd ornamentd They understood the uito hra in softening the rocks io nablrt them to break away tho rock from tiemnsP4 of copp...

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. — 9 January 1892

i SKugfrj Ate fit ll tiur xt m rr j in if 1 1 ll iH H m MvmmM1 i i HfcX T SS A phenomenal run wu made with the Empire State express over the New York Centra in the early part of the week The run from Albany to TJtica ninety four miles was made in just 100 minutes without a stop from Utica to Syracuse bfty three miles In fifty seven minutes Another engine was attached to the train at Syracuse which made the run from Syracuse to Rochester eighty one miles ia seventy seven minutes and an eight mile stretch between M acedon and Fair port was covered in six minutes and fifteen seconds At the close of service at the First Bap tist church of Paducah the pastor made the usual call for pnsitents Joseph L McGregor and Mrs Mary Wilson an swered and were met at the altar by Pastor Jordon The choir bad just begun Blessed be the tie that binds when Mr McGregor handed a paper to the minister It took Mr Jordon but an In stant to discover that it was a license to marry not a church letter and with a...

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