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title: 'Mohave County miner. (Mineral Park, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1882-1918, November 12, 1882, Image 3',
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0o. will ba ready
tf four weeks.
If Gold Basin, cana into
inn tna election retmua.
creeklms atvel at Wil
ie countenance of John K.Mac
. to Te swnin:the County Be
, Carpenter U expected to arrive
rhoit boat UD.whicb. left t'nma about
Br itmat get 0 single one" of t he
lvoks pouoa nc xaaynaia precinci,
Davji got nine.
irleajlllibee arrived intown Saturday
from Hackbfirrv. He trill nuke his
5 with Us for the winter.
--otiis Greer will be v.-r 'torn Eackberry
i gie us some more t iia iiiunio as soon as
Ihe tan borrow another boue
.T'lcllate storm has oar-nl some of our
to pay considerable attention to the
Eon of their roofs and windows.
t l-e much of a trip to gu ''inside"
' can gstm, the cars at Beal' Springs
off in San Fraridisco in les s than. 48
iGrounda leayes Cor Tex is on Tuos
jring his family Jb.ik ia Mineral
expeots to be rah na again by
candidates hafro returned frow
Ltlj returns from tkflxstant pro-
. those whoso. fayHK yet un
manco the hall wis cleared and a pleasant
danco had till midnight. Mr. Abbott in
lormsus ithat he "will return during the hol
idays and givo'afirst class performance.
a In consequence of Mr. Blakely's unavoid
"able absence iu California the public school
ohildron will have a vacation for a month.
We regret to hoar that Charles Peasley
was thrown from his horse on Saturday and
badly bruised about the face. The horee
whichjg a valuable one was also ' badly in
jured on oneof the forelegs.
IIES Off TILEBAY.
rt is -rmnyred that "V7. jHfrunds will
rrncThaokto yong laaBends of the
f amilT.-wbo wiu spend tnewer in Arizo
' TKunr. n-nH Tassell alroad v ura-
TtR. tuuoi- mr
pared to make a mash. i v
. G. Blakely leaves for Stan Bernardino
to-dayaccoupanied by Mraj Blakely. Ho
I in Gnmmoned,aa a witness in , tno grjat suit
of the estate JofT..dwejll vs. Biohard
rd, now onttrial nfcan jjevnarct'no.
For Justice of the Peace of Mir-eral Park
. -r-r -tL An;tin TTMif tt linn Trtnn
ng rni'inJad Ad&ma eaoji twenty six.
ij$Lq Board df 1 apors rui settle the
LJtter bet c 5nPnnan and Jmaiban
i . ... . .
Qiizx StZmbobo -seep tneir pacK-traw, buci-
It is not true that Lamson S. Wei ton has
beon-eng8ged to write poetry for this pa
per; It is not true that Cureton is still
studying law; he has no use for anything o;
the kind: It is not truo that Fisher is
studying for the minstrel business.; It is
not true that Jackson is still silting outside
ancLnmbrellas and waiting for his friend
Lasselb It is not true thit Jonathan
Adams and Sherman are to fight "a -oiuel to
see which shall be Judge. It is not true
that Garetonis going to leave the country
jar l ' ti r 1 1 i'
and Otto feel bettor since the Haokberry
delegation went home. It is not true
that Wolton &, Grounds controlled the elec
tion in this county. Itis not true that
Bismarck soys that he has had all his work
for nothing. It is not true that Welton
and Krider have ma tie it Tip BinceHke iae
unpleasantness. It is not truo that Jones
says he has a horse that stood tfrelve days'
wanthe blitffs of the Grand Cafion, looking
with Wistful eyesat the silvery thread be
low. (Jones says the iorse would no doubt
have perished if they had not brought him
in and given him water,) -It is not true
that Fisher sowed' Lusseil's pants to his
shirt while sewing on a button. It is not
true that Clark and Fislier have been pa
tronising our wood pile; we haven't got any
wood pile. It is not true that Cnreton
has engaped deck passage on the steamer
foi Salt river It is not true that Welton
and Taggart ay) palling up a job on Judge
Adams. it S not true that 'Henry Ewing
thre7 ofc on Cureton on election day.
Ejection Eeturns Official.
General Election held November 7th, 1882.
Delegate to Concress.
Granville H. Oury
De Forest Porter
Sunt, of Public Instruction,
Lamson S. Welton, ... . .v.' .
House of Kepresentatives,
Tj. J. Lassell
Warren E. Day,
J. E. Stevens,
JJ. 0. Potts,
W. G. Blakely, 1
W. H. Cnreton . :.
H. P. Ewing
E. L. Burdick
NY. M. Jinder,
James J. Hyde,
W. F. Grounds
M. W. Henkle
Ii. C. Welbourn...,;:-..;...'..-.,...
B. H. Spear,.... TV. I. .... ..'.,t..A.,
A.F. Simonds, ,
W. B. Kidenour -.
MIME3HM.L PARK DRUMijlpRB.
Ed. CaTaneo"wesr Jn town election day
from the Oro Plata, mine in Todd Basin,
which he has leased from Welton & Grounds.
He is getting otlt a fine lot of ore.
CapL-L. C. Welbourn has resumed work
ontheAl. This nnino lies on the hill back
of theGjptaia shhxitt and has been lying
idle oi yc.iP. After doing a few davs
.Tjrorkon th) clr.lntt ttae CtiDtain came on to a
in deUvering-ood for winter fine iodv of bie anc' . course is feelincr
fjpoosninpuon ro tno loiKfl "aroun town. ; prey.jydJover it.
Wonder if they wouldnttdpnate -fe j,-iTt..i .r -n T
i ji- ' a .u lUIUUK'i T.XV. OI
uuiua m xoiura lor zws nonce..
looepu Qaiifl. an oxparienoeflniTon Ini
tho contrawt-t build no. ndobg'fc-,
. for ChamWdn &;Co.- ptVn.
. "as . mc rooms
and assaj ofnoo. - . H
A. F. Sitae as of Beal Spring? rjjig a
Tisit yestordayand handed in i" for 'u year's
thrcug'i W. E,. Jones that the
five fclamp g-jld n ill which ,was recently
shipped from ChJ igo to bo put ut) in Lost
Uemisrkbou 1. 1-?-.i-bctwcDn Haokberry
ajd Insi B;is;n andtuat the oartnorsin the
concern uavo qunrreilQ-d among themselves
xnd one of thorn Ens procured an injunction
trom tno District Court of Yavapai comity
ireiimu. tno dher partnora from pro-
- mj. iivu.uij; lUU Mill
until theCourt can settle.thoir differences.
Tuero JiruiiRLUeen men 'inigyed on the
Hackberrv min, at present and tho com
pany's teams .are still engaged- hauling ore
to tho miU. Jt is oxpeoted that tho,ack-
oerry mill wfl start up rbout January 1st,
Havingrecently brought from San
Trancisco a full lino of
iub -Amencau -iijeari mmo
are pegging .-.way
subscription and gavo tho advertislhrr olork
Bonre business to attend to. These are the
fctfrjxfcalls vr8rf&oto reoeiie.''
Samuel Hamilton broucht suit in tho
hstaetfa oourt aain8fgd-milh for tho
lum of ?15, balance dftifor r.ttorne-'sfoea.
ihQ cl.imwaE settled'vaowevor. bsforn tn'ni
tne "suit ugmissed, Snd thb boys lost a
3d chance tfo B3rjt8,ori'a jury.
IfTArarwillbna- mnnfclncr nf r.i-..
hoan wulty committee on Sudav ! ,JntQnd 111 nwVja vs nnli
, .Novemb&r l)th, at 3 p. m. at tlii(s of
All persons having claims agamp tho
litteo are requested to bnnd thorn
9cretary bofjre thnt time.
?tHonisrH5rSfXn witban c .rort,
sajl Jlsit h3t woek on his wi ic jrfcJL
r.Tc he criU'romain.The Capt an w j
vnt geutlomaa una -made manv
,u EgTuJtwo-da stay here. We
.vitt come often and stay I jipar . ; i
irdy lort with thp mail3on.T -.uay
ve wore nnablo Si-vnd o7-LJm
I- scdblo time for; tfo arrival and
ljyfeomails had been arranged
iXY much as though),
the mail businesa-irf!
Va tho way wltb?.Har
DRTJGGrlSBBfe APOTHEQSIBS I
Gents Furnishing Goods,
A WD J3ILUL
The finest Wines," Liquors &
imaicBflft.s.inonjto ik$ new 6ai rfhig
3IiiV53RA"AAKI Jilt J..
Thn mill has again chanaed hands and
B now under iho control ofrtho onmnn,
Ppijenica -y v. A. Ij. Brown. The
Doaor inform:, na thni. ho -win ho. r,..ir,
r puiija?') oros of all kinds in a few wppfcq
mu not jus ueciueu on any
sc-o oj tces for milling: he authorises us
if say, however, that he will mill orns nl. n
kV,Sli?ow that ifc win P:iy minors better to
T ores to nun tlian o . n them to
Denver oi Omni,o v i .,. ,
" o iiv--xa iiuil lUUiWlllUe
0 "oason v.hy it should not
is Bids of -Hie Fish
jobber last. Tta
ben at -work grail-
Kperfed io follo--
'thoag'i tho Souch-
ai Jie Colonid-o
rjof certain eer
ie title ho tho
ISL also forbid.
oio miner to mf.
UlSlrAifiTf.il, v.r.. . , ..
; 7 "w VIS"tne .floctor all
M " r-rtof our
i. "u WiU 00 as he s: t im will.
l-o in this
. this dis-
fe" niay keep his mill running t " ..i
in me year, xnoro nlo'itv r,f .
county, and enough of it riht L
" , . Imm a3 tlie one at
"LI"Dic 1 iirit running night and
the only roason this 1ms not been
. ilu coronant pricei
ior muung anu the high price of
and mining material.
And a fine lot ol-
i'all and Winter, Suits,
Billiard and Pool Table.
Wouto say to my friends of Mohave Co.
cauy a.c a !i times to sup
ply their washes;
; ,;-.v...:.:.,. . .
Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles,
CALL AND SEE
Me and you
ETC, ETC, BTd
.fine stock of fresh