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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 18 November 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER. Special notices in the reading columns of the -Mikkh will bo charged at tho rate of leu Cents per-line for each insertion.- 'SIINERAL .PARK, NOVEMBER 18, 1883. ARRIVAL. & DEPARTURE OP MATT.. Mineral Park to Kingman and all points eaBt and west, daily, except Sundays. Arrives 12 m., leaves "l p. m. - Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives "Monday and Thursday at G p ni., leaves Bunday nnd Yednesday at G. p. m. Mineral Park to Sicnal Arrives luesaay. Thursday and Saturday at 11 a. m., leaves Monday, Wodnesday and Friday at 2 p. m ' ' Vf. M. Kbides. P. M. Multum News in Parvo Type. There was a young lady named Hannah, "Who practiced upon the piannah So loud and so long, So fierce and so strong, That her beau broke his arm in this niannah: He'd fan her, This Hannah, When at the piannah, With his twenty-five cent red bandannah. ; New York Journal. Beautiful -weather. 'Subscribe for tho Minee. J. W. Thompson -was in town yestorday. Dan Smith of the Needles arrived m t...

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. — 18 November 1883

ThcTTert Platform. Upon the nature of the platform adopted by the next Kepublican Na tional Convention wili hinge tho suc cess or failure of the Kepublican party in tho next Presidential elec tion. The llepublicau party can no longer live upon its past history. It must champion new and live issues, or "step down and out." However great its achievements in the past and this Nation owes its very exist ence to the Kepublican party, its Tirtues and memories will be forgot ten in the stirring necessities of the present. It will win, if at all, by proving itself, now, and again, as it has ever been in tho past, the champion of the dearest rights and interests of the people. Its platform should de clare, in no unmeaning terms: First In favor of a tariff for the protection of American industry. Second In favor of the govern ment owning the main lines of rail roads and telegraphs, and operating them in the interest of the people. Third In favor of wholesome leg islation by the several States...

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. — 25 November 1883

MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1883. VOL.11. "5.- f4 jSTO. 4. COUNTY MINER PUBLISHER KVEBS S0SDA.TC BT ANSON H. SMITH & CO io 0 James J. Hyde, Editor. o- -0- SUBSCHIPTOS KATES: One Copy, One Year 5.0l Six Months 3.00 " " hree Montlis 1,50 Single Copies 25 0 0 ADVERTISING BATES : One inch in column, 2.00 for first inser tion and 100 per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will be made to persons who advertise largely by frh tb.it. half venr or avarter. Professional and business cards inserted or 2 per month or 20 per year. E. C. DAKE. Room 65. Merchants Ex change Building. San Francisco, Cal. is the sole agent for the Mohave ConsTY Mtneb in that city. The paper is kept on file in his office. He is authorized to collect monies due this establishment; take orders for advertising and attend to any otner business devolving upon him as the repres entative of "the publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Mineral Park as second-class matter...

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. — 25 November 1883

MOHAVE CCmUY MINER James J. Hyde, Editor. M1NE1LAL TASK. LOVEKil EE Sfi, 16S3. EBITORIAI. Jfc'GTBS. The noxt time I get on tho fence I'll stay thero. D&vid Dans. San Franciseo is inducing in luxury of a whalo-oil roiir.ery. SanFraucisco and Snn Joso to be connected by telephone. the are It costs just an oven bnndred dol lars to shoot off a pistol on the streetb of Prescpf t: Tho 2sev York San is confident that Randall will be elected Speaker of tho next House of Reuresonta tives. The Republican party i3 not dead yet by a good deal, and will be found to havo more life than over in about a vear from now. Per the information of tho Gourior we stato that the Republican party has concluded, to stay a little longer, rive vearVlohger anyhow. It is anthoritavely announced that President Arthur will bo a candidate at tho next Republican convention for the Presidential nomination. Tho very latest dispatches indicate that China and France are rapidly drifting into war, and hostilities are ...

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. — 25 November 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER. Special notices in the reading columns of Tho JUiNEit will be charged at tno rare 01 c cui;euts.per line lor eacn mseiHuu. MINERAL PARK, NOVEMBER 25, 1883, ARRIVAL DEPARTURE OF MAIL. Mineral Park to Kingman and all points east and. west, daily, except ounanyH. Arrives 12 nr., leaves 1 p. ni. Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives Mondav and Thursday at G p ni., leaves Sunday and Wednesday at C p. m. Mineral Park to Signal Arrives Tuesday, Thursdav and Saturday at 11 a. m., leaves Mondav, 'Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. m. V. JUL. liBIDEE. X'. Mulium News in Parvo Type Delightful weather. Subscribe for the Mjnee. -Oar county tOUn .ls si j that business dull. No. 1 California flour for 6.00 per bun drod at Krider Bros ii Ar Wvmns. the "Irish Loid" was at Ash Fork a few days ago, Lawyer Caspar" f Kiagman was in town last ThnKdayJtnd L'riilay. H. H. Pattridpo, having finished his job on the jail walls, has gone to mining C. Shonfield.' the Kingman 'boomist" has a Mhnnnnra...

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. — 25 November 1883

THE FIRST SXOir FALL.. Thosnow had bosun in the f loaming And busily a:: tro night llad been heaping fie d an 5 highway With a silence deep and wLite. Every pino, and fir and heal-ifk "Wore ormine too dear for an earl, And the poorest twig on tue lm troo "Was rigged inoh-deep with poarl. Prom sheds now-roofed with Carrara Came Chanticleer's muflled crow; The stiff rails wero softened to swan's down, And still fluttered down the snow. I stood and watolrcd by the wmoow The noiseless work of the sky, And tho sudden flurries of snow-birds, Like brown leaves whhling by. I thought of a mound in sweet Auburn, "Whcra a little.headstono stood; How tho flakes were folding it gontly. As did robins the babaa in the wood. Up spoke our little Mabel, Saying: "Father, who makes it snow?" And I told her of the good All-father, "Who cares fort.us here below. - Again I looked at tho snow-fall, And thouglif'df the leaden sky. That arched o'er our first great sorrow, When that mound was heaped so high. ...

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 December 1883

.u "ttf fits itrv , 1 fiATTTVT'TV MINER MINEML PARK, AT., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1883. VOL. II. NO. Br v .- .3! MOHAVE COUNTY MINER PoBLianri Eveet Sunday Bx i; ANSON H. SMITH & CO o- -o Jaiii J. Hyde, Editor w Ackittos BATES : Six Months , . .r " Three Months j!3L Wd at Ihe.postofficelLfineral Park i Meosd-cUs matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Tcjpi'IiOL'iai. Goioiasr i?'. A. Tritlo, Prescott. Sf$ h 'TJ H-iL vn Arnian, Proscctt. IjC.tJey General Clark Churchill. Trauurtr Thomas J. Butler, Prescott. SPrInteudent of Public Instruction Vf. Hrton, Tucson. Amditor E. P. Clark. Prescott. Adtetant General M. H. Sherman. Smpreme Court C. G- "W. French, Chief Asso- Asso- kte Jcctke, Tucson 17. 8. District Attorney J. A. Zabriskifli U.VjKftwhal LeonS. Tidball, Prescott jfetu Court Reportw-JKarat Itaster- , Trweott. . SatTftyor Goiu-rnl-T-J. "V,. Kobbms, Tucson. U. S. Internal KevoniQ Collector TMtar, Tucson. DISate to Congress 3. H. Oury, Flor- fdf ffirsfc Judicial .District A. W. i jIh&Ho Se...

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 December 1883

IrCNEE.' I tfAMES J.. Hyde, Editor. JIINEEAIi PARK, PECEUFER 2, ISS.'.. JHstrict Court Expenses. "The last term of court ut Mineral Park cost Mobavo county nearly 5-, UOO.55 The above is from the last issue of tho Prescott Journal. Wo know not where the Journ'al got its informa tion", but wo do know that its inform ant either knew nothing about tne facts or else deliberately lied. Of all the terms of court held in thin county the most expensive was that at:wliich the Gruin outfii, wre con victed. Their trial necessitated the employment of eminent counsel to assist our District Attorney, snd the .-attendance ofnumeroii8 witnesses fromPrescott and vicinity, and yet it only cost this county in the neigh borhood of 4,000, including all the other expenses of the term. And Crum and his partners belonged m Yavapai county, too. Through the oourtesy of H. Bocksbaum, clerk of the Board of Supervisors, we aro en abled to give a tabulated statement of the expenses of the April and September ter...

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 December 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER. Sp'fidinT'notioea in the reading columns of ..the Mejkb -will be charged at the rate of 'TcnCcuts per line for eaoh insertion. MINERAL PARK, DECEMBER 2, 1883. by this firm. Taey are also putting in a new 5U-ton galena furnace, and will also add a copper furnace soon. Tuey are determined to have oslousive. works at Benson. . ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OF MAIL. Mineral Park to Kingman and all points .east and west, daily, except. Sundays. Arrives 12 m leaves 1 p. m. , . Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives Mnnclav nr.d Thnrxdjiv at K t) m., loaves Sunday and Wednesday at 6 p. m. Mineral Park to Signal Arrives Tuesday. Thnrcrlnv :mrl S itiirrtar at 11 H. m., Monday, "Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. i W. M. Kbideb. P. M. Mteiim News in Parvo Type ray the printer. Fine rain yesterday Christmas is coming. Business is picking up in town John P. Krider is expected home in a few s days. - W. fi. Lake, the Kingman merchant, was in the city yesterday, -,. 'JL'orkgys were mighty sc...

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 December 1883

t - . 5. . I,Clrel Club. Thir was nogamo at tbe Thorop on street l'oker Clnb on Saturday zoning. Mr- Oris Johnson was en to sing nt a revival in Hoboken. Pro feasor Brick wrote a note to the fret that his coal niau bad preveut- . his recuperating sufficiently to c" play on the cash system; and Mr ltubo Jackson, who had promised to call on Elder Boss Jones, of Florida find, steer him against the game, failed to put in an appearance. "The ReT.Thankful Smith -wasrelat-ing the experience of the previous meeting, when, with the saddened air of a man who had lost bis grip on his reputntion, Mr. Tooor Tiiliums and the odor of a Bowi! rirar outered. together. t . "What do mndder. Toot!" I squired Ifr. Smith with the easy familiarity of . man in luck. "Yo' looks 'spon dent." "I done lois dat sixty-fo dollahs 1 vlnned on d boss race," responded alfr. Willismi.gloomily, 'Sho !" exclaimed everybody pres ent. "Yezzuli," continued Mr. Williams, addressing himself exclusively to Mr Smith, "an, I d...

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 December 1883

VOL. II. T., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1883. NO. 6. ' MOHAVE COUHTY MINER Publishes Eteby Sotdai Bt ANSON H. SMITH & GO o o James J. Hyde, Editor. o a SUBSCREPTOX KATES: Gee Copy, Ono Year -.00 " Six Months 3.00 " " Thraa Months i . . .j. . 1,50 Single Copies ?5 Entered at, the poatoffice in Mineral Park u seoona-oiaEB'inaiier. ; t f sT lOEFJCIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor F. A. Tritle, Presoott. 2 Secretary H. M. Van Annan, Prescctt. Attorney General Clark Churohill. Treasurer Thomas J. Butler, Prescott. Snperintendeht of Pnblio Instruction W. Horton, Tncson. Auditor E. P. Clark. PrescotK Adiutant General M. H. Sherman. " Supreme Court C. G. W. Frenoh, Chief Jnstioo Presoott: Daniel H. Pinney, Asso-at-ejjnstipe, PhcenixjA. W; Shelden, Asso ciate Justice, Tucson. U- S. District Attorney J. A. Zabriakie. i missions r J. Jv Ilvde.-y Probate Judce OMs. Atchisaon. Public Administrator J,.JHvdjB.- 0ountv Survevor'OttoT. Kuencei. . S pervi'sors W. H. Hardy, V.F.G round- an M. V. Henkl...

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 December 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER James J. Hyde, Editor MINERAL PARK, DECEMBER ?, 1853 "Resources of Arizona. ' The last Arizona Legislature in their wisdom saw fit to pass an set appropriating tliestm of 5000 out of tbo Territorial Treasury for the purpose of getting up a book on the resources of! Arizona, for free distri button having for its object the dis eemm'fition of general information regarding ttto Territory with a view of encouraging emigration. The ob ject of the Act was certainly laud able, and if the intentions of the Legislature had been carried out would.no doubt have resulted in much good to the Territory at largo. The Legislature selected one Pat. Hamilton, to compile this informa tion from the different portions of tlio Territory arid cause it to bp pub-liBheoV-in book form. We don't know why they selected Pai Hamil ton iu preference to many other bet tei informed and more capable men, unless it' be on the principle that the gentleman was a kind of Territorial orphan and that 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. — 9 December 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER. Speofal notices in the reading columns of the Mib 7ill be cuargea at tne rate 01 xtBiats per line xor eacn insertion. MINERAL PARK, DECEMBER 9, 1883, ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OP MAIL. Miaer.il Fnrk to Kingman and nil points &8t- trad -weBt. daily, exeupr Sundays. Arrirei 12 in., leaves 1 p. in. Mineral Pnrk to St. Thomas Arrives Honda v and Thuredav at 6 n m., leaves Sunday and Wednesday at 6 p. m. Mineral Park to Sicnal Arrives Tuesday, Thursday nnd SaturdaT at 11 a. ni., leaves Moftday Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. m W. M. Hhidke. P. M. Multura News in Parvo Type. Christmas is coming I Jo$ "Erisk was ia town last Sunday. W. R. Jones was in from Gold Ba iin last week. Miss Van Bnskirk left for borne on last Monday's stage. The First National Bank of Pbe nir fias been started. Capital, 50, 000. - lire. Blakely and Mrs. Burdick paid Cerbat & visit . last Wednes day. Frank Smith came in from the Lily 'of the Valley mine Wednes day. Wfel sorry for Lou Lassell...

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 December 1883

The Greatest of Bores. TEE ST. GOTHARD TIVES CLIMBIXG . SCREW FASHION. TDNXEC LOCGMO . MOUNTAIN CORK- Croffafs Latter iu Oiiicsyo Tribune The St. Gcthiml tunnel is tiielarg; est tunxiol in the world nine and one-qnarter miles long or on and one-balf raile3 longer than the fam ous jtft.'Gonis, between France and lFal. It cost about 12,000.000 -a little more than Tweed's court bouse and a little less than the Brooklyn bridge and, unlike these, there was nc steel in it. It was begun in June, 1872, and Italy furnished half the money and Germany and Switzer land the remainder. " ''But this great tunnel, excavated a mile and a half below the moun tain tops of the St. Gothard group, is .not the most marvelous portion of the work to a non-expert, for it is straight and its construction would seoui to be a simple quefation of la bor. There are fifty-six tunnels on this road, with an aggregate length of twenty-five miles, and the most surprising sight is the way in which mountains are boldly ...

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. — 16 December 1883

(JUUM'V VOL. II. MINERAL PARK, A. T,, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1883, , 7v MOHAV M MiiNER- KQHAJE COUNTY MINER ANSON H. SMITH & CO wo o James J. -Hyde, .: ; Editor. y- SUBSCBII'TIOX UATESs One Copy, One Yenr 5.00 Six M mtiiH 3.00 " Three Mouths l,So inle'Cupi83 I .25 t Entered at tLe p..stofSce in Mineral Park as second-class matter. jOFFICIAL DIHECT0RY. 'Goverair F. A. Tritle. Prescott. Secretary H. M. Van Armim, Presoctt -Utoruey General Clark Churchill. Trrisurar Thomis J.. Boiler., Prescott Snariutendant of Pablio Instruction W.j H rto:-i. Tucson. Auditor 2. P. Clark. Preacott. A.ut .ct t.onoral 11. H. Shurmin. Sare-ie C urt 0. O. W. French, Chief Jnstioj Pro-ctt: Daniel H. Pinnej-, Asso 01 : Jusvioa. Phoenix;.1.. W. Shelden, Ajso aiite lattice. Tican. D. S District Attorn3y J. A. Zabriakio, iTncjon. JJ. St Marshal LaonS. TidV.ii UPjosoott. .son. Preacott. .ourvavnr vi6nt?ri J . . ivonums, xuranu. ( U. StiTnternTUUoTenue Collector F isher. TncSiiu Delegate to Congress O. H. Oury,...

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. — 16 December 1883

-HI',J 1 .HAVE COOTTY MINER James J. Hyde, Editor. -iI2vRAX. PARK, DECEMBER 16, 18S8. EDITOBIA2L KOTSS. . The Pinal Drill calls it tho colt Circus Court." ;Pres- Tbo report that only one-third of Hicks Fasha'a army was destroyed is v.ntiue. A subscription has been started in i;ew Tork to purchase a $50,000 an caity for Gen. Fremont. Tha't scene in the Prescott Court room v?as a disgrace to the whole Territory and every man, woman and ciild ia it. The ontire Pacific coast congres sional delegation have favorably in dorsed the propositcn to hold a .World's Fair at San Francisco in -JKJ7. The Western Union Telegraph com pany has declared a quarterly divi- dend of If per cent. The net revenue ; tion wiu meet at Chicago, 111., Tues ?. -tnnrfAT' irnd SI .750.000. StUVlJ- T.Zn Q ICQ1 n)- lO nMnnt nnnn for the quarter was 1,750,000 plus, $406,550. The Mormon delegate in Congress has introduced a bill to convert Utah -Anto a State. The bill should never :be allowed to pass while polygamy hol...

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. — 16 December 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY 'MflfBR Bpwial notices in the rxidin columna of the Mcjbb -will be charged Jit the rato of TcnOeuls per use ror oaca jnaeruou- MINERAL PARK. DECEMBER 16, IBS3 ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OF MAIL Minernl Park to Kinsman and all points east and -trost. daily, esoep: ouimj--" Arrives V2 m loivaa 1 D. m. Mineral Park to St. Thomas-Arrives XTr?,.tr nn Thrnv ftt 6 O m., l6aV0S Sunday and Wednesday at 6 p. m. Mineral Park to Signal-Arrives Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 11 a. m., leavos Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. m. W. M. Kbideb.P. M. ftlultum News in Parvo Type. Special Noxics. From and after this date J. Weyl is no longor anthorized to oolleot any money Una us, solicit for advertise ments ar snbBcriptionB, or transaot am baaine whatever on our account. Akbou li. oJIITH & Co. Mineral Park. A. '., Deo 10 th 1883. Fmj artiolaiaaitabl8 far presents ut J7atim3 Bros. Snbauribe! Pay yoar taxes. Santa Olaas id oamin. j-Itoou are mighty ncaros. Tun holiday se .son is ut...

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. — 16 December 1883

I hat a tunnel I" the maidaa said. And.plo3s to the drummer drew, 'Shey always make mo feel afraid r -Of some disaster; don't they you?" -And then the drunimer.ahoqk-.ma nians. 'You're safe enough with me, said:be. &' Whatever happens to the train, You al?ss can rely, on .me 1" ;And with ear-Bpliiiinz whistle shriek, The.fcrain plunged in the .black nbyas, ";The(jdsummes, sought her blooming cheek, 4jadr frescoed it with many a kiss. fEmboldenod by ,her;aweet alarm, As on they tore-through that eclipse ;He laid her head upon hia arm, And f riozod a dado on heriJirw. h. me!" the maided sweetly smiled, Aft-ahe arranged her tumbled hat, .Ard cuice again the sunbeams filed In at the window where they sat. Ah, me I for onoe thatt.horrid pest Waa robbed of every Etartling fear. .1 thank you for your interest; Exouse me, sir;. I Ret off here;I" .And oxsJiB.Mt him drowaed in sigh?, Anion the sea of soft dreams tossed, Of her sweet lips and pure, bright eyes, So quickly gained, so quickl...

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. — 23 December 1883

MINER i sn . ? ; MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, DECEMBER. 23, 188-3. KOYS.- VOL. II. MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Published Eveby Sondax Bt ANSON H. SMITH & CO o o James J. Hyde, Editor. o- SIJBSCKEBTIO&RATES reeifontlis. Single Copies v25 v ; i-f--. Entered at the postoffice in MineralsBark. b second-class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. territorial. Governor P. A. Tritle. Pressott. ' Secretary H. M. Van Arman, Preacctt. .ttorney General Clark Churchill. 'treasurer Thomas J. Butler, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction Vf. HortoH, Tuoson. Auditor E. P. Clark. Prescott. Adiutant General M. H. Shorman. Supreme Court C. G. "W. French, Chief Justice. 'Prescott: Daniel H. Pinney, Asso ciate Juslico, Phcenis;A. W. Shelden, Asso. ciare Justice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney J. A. Zabriskie, Tncson. D. S. Marshal Leon S. Tidball, Prescott. U. Fisher. Tucson. - -i Delegate to Congress-r-G. H. Ouryi Flor-t enoe. Judge of First Judicial District A. W. Shelden, Tucson. Judge of Second Jtt...

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. — 23 December 1883

Editor. MINERAL PARK, DECEMBER 23, 1883 EDITOBIAIj xgtes. Albuquerque is to have a new ho A and opera house and is putting airs accordingly. There are forty-seven postmasters the United States under a yearly hlaryof one dollar each. O'Donnell, the murderer o the informer Carey, was hanged in Lon don last Monday morning. The poet Tennyson has been made a j eer with the ti'Je of Baron Tenny son Drincourt of Oldworth. Gen. Anson J. McCook, of New York, succeeds Geo. C. Gorham, of California, as Sacrotary of the Sen- ie ilea iiun oanunei ijms ducii fused by J. Ely and will be eou- as a Republican paper under itorship of W. B. H. Dod- heavy and continuous rains past few days will prove of benefit to our stock men and ,1 11 f! ze-ns generally. Auunaance oi ;ed is now assured for the coming leason. Under a recent ruling of the post master-general any person who writes for tickets or corresponds with any person or company on lot tery business is liable to a line of from one to five hundred ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
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