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7?EMBER 5, 1882.
TICKET. ?BRRITOBIAL. Delegate to Congress, )E FOBEST POBTEB. d&perintendent Public Instruction, "&LONZOE.DAYIS. COUNTY. Council ItAMSONS. WELTON. Sonne of RepfosontatiTefl, L. J. LASSELL. Sheriff, BOBEET STEEN Treasurer, E. L. BUBDIOK. ' County Eooorder, JOHN K. MACKENZIE. Distriol Attorney, WM"QBLAKELY. if Probate Jodge, chables atchisson I PnWin AimfTifBtrntnt' fN JAMES J.HYDE. fnext two joe prompt wree or ms name will 3B theli gy of- and his morita nansn of JEW a County will ne years a Sheriff wl and fearless in t duty, and one wj be a terror to euldoes and to the crowds of roughs andpa breakers which will soon be gathered together at the Needles and other places in this county. Vote for Bobert Steen for Sheriff and y u will vote for just such a man, androut the right man in the right pla3. For District torney wo Lave put up TV. G-. Blakel! a manwho has probably rnoifnends and fewer ene mies than arjf man in tde county. He is an old tmer, has' been in our and over, and has brougl. tnd vtners 1( Bess mail route to ar in the I Williams t(1 ctc Mohave, Mohave onco formed the brilliant pi county for hn. .years p aiarge family in our midst. perievn this Supervisors, B. H. SPEAB. A. F. SIMOND3. B. BIDENOUB. PRECINCT. Justice of the Poaoe, jTAMES J. HYDE. I School Trnaioea, YfoL G. I LAKELY. ALONZO E.DAVIS. GHABLES GEOSS. BfypshjS: in fjHpct iiiVc I UUUU.T UL was e qualifif1 lAtto-Jy Inom noJC;' i stin,v twenty years ex- practice of law in in Nevada, and is fully qualified to fill ith honor to himself the county. "With re- pponent on the Demo- we quote Mr Cureton's en he said at the time nation that he hardly felt filRhe position but would nd hoped by the. time he jcted he would be fully to aci, V Now we vant a man for. Pi'sfrict who has goty study up, Cureton has beefc so much tnt-,rUD with electionsfirinii sin DMAfUA - j ljiationtfesThe certainly anil ho would give us a little v taffy tell us thnthe, the great Oury him self, had At put on. The factis that Mr. OnrjV has done nothingfor this county rfr Territory andhiav state ments ajboufc mail routes are on a par with Ins ban Carlos Agency and Gen eral Crook statements. We have one consolation about this mail bus iness anyhow aud that is, that in a very short time the ' cars will be at BealerSprings and wo can get our mailfrom there, and if Uncle Sam can'l bring it to Mineral Park we can go and get it. In the meantime we suppose what mail we get we shall have to pay for as we have been do ing for the past four nronths. -it ft- i MOHAVE COUNTY MINE fcould 4 evoted much time tq thej-menTis equally untrue. The 10,- In presenting t the people of Mo have county the f rst copy of the Mo iLhix Cocvty Hin2h, we feel it our duty to make a general statement of out iaiwations in I'egaifd to the man tummest of this Daber. VYo aro ivrmrm tiwit starting another paper :t p:l it an m -lertaking of eonsid craWpettrni.i riaMint we aro also a f ttu! f vMnAnishpurread- 01 psif AnI one whiflhilnoro careful eveiy election whom we will not bo ashamed to Bona out of tho couniy, wmay Rea sonably hope to niabj a fnlr lifing in the present and truf-t to the future for more. This is" wl I t wo propose promiso to do: ,VVl will publish a cn shalLb'e.aJictV --wted to tie mining jnteresfs this coun ty realising. plly asgju, that it is on onr mines and mlu;ng interest alono that the future welfare of all of as depends; hcDce our readers may expect that the bulk of our col umn,! will be filled with mining news of any and every description relat h2g?tcT Arizona Territory and Mohave county in particular. In this wo ask, and 4te think we arenot unreason able in zo doing, the ansistanco of every person interested in mining. Come and eee us arm toll us all about your cWims,and we will see to iUhat the o fside world shall know ,Jtiltwo hre somo mining property inthis part of tho world. Politically ihh paper wijl be devoted to the in. 'treats of tho Bepublican party, but fully Realise that politics do not --intr 4t a small community like ours, exci about election iirae, and we canafely say that a V6rj small por tion1 of our columns will be devoted to political discussion. Our columns will always cio open to -receive com munications relating to the welfare of this county in any- gay, ana we shall always publish such with pleas V ure.Wo do noTco&e among you ask ing donations and subscriptions in ad vance to aid us in statirifc this paper, but having embarked capital we have iPtbS and produced a samp wo are prepared to let iWTBrits, promisin of law.We want a man with ex prfence. and one who knows his miriness, and we have such a man in juSgo Blakely. Mohave County dcn't want to pay two or three thousand dollars a year to Pres cott lawyers to help prosecute our criminals which she may have to do if ihe people elect the editor of the Alta. For Treasurer we have placed in nomination the present occupant,Dr. E. L. Burdick, an honest, reliable and upright man, well able to attend to tho duties of the office. This County will have more money in the trcaspry every year from now on and it bebooves us to bo nioro aud JURSr ASSERTS AHT.D DENIES. ' AVhen Mr. Oury was at Minernl Park he asserted in his speech that he had secured $100,000 for survey ing our public domain. The Miner nailed the falsehood. Now in Tomb stone Mr. Oury tells the lenient peo ple there that ho did not make the assertion, andthatBeach is mistaken. Ti i 1 it i ... jlj. we are misiaKen men tne AJta, a paper which swallows Oury and ad vocates his cause, was mistaken, bo cause that paper published his speech, m full. A. E. Davis says that Oury said so, and so did Sam Hamilton another of Oury's followers. "Oury cisiiaed at Tombstone that it wfis 10,000 that he pjocuredT-KrissBat-e A Weekly Newspaper whicn will be a& strictly Devoted to the scribers vaiu2. recp every copy of th see fit to subscrile : 8 mosB men of tbifcounty we areprepareii.to insert ments at a reasonable rate spectfully solicit their patrona, what little sflHprtaking lm paper Hd upon fifilr sub- 'Wm and WBy may tftrTSke bus- renkat aB?r n select for County Treasurer. YVe could not have any better man for tiie ctficVthan Dr. E. L. Burdick. For County Becordcr the Bopnbli can candidate is John K.Mackenzie. The fact that no one would run against Mr. Mackenzie, in tho con vention speaks volumes. If thore. js a niyiv. . --.v, aouiud, tnorougmy re liable, honest and conscientious man in Mohave County than John K. Mackenzie, we dont know it, and we predict that our nominee for County Becorder will run far ahead of his ticket, in fact, there can be no doubt at all of his election. For Probate Judge we have put up for re-election Hon, Chas. Atchis son, and enough is said when the Democraic party cannot find a man to run against him. Every one knows that it is impossible to beat Charles Atchison for Probate Judge, and no words of commendation from us would help him at all, for they are unnecessary. We predict the election of the entire Bepublican ticket by a largo majority. J 000 came from the General Appro priation fund, and was a mere dfop in the bucket, so to speak. We ought to have had 200,000 for surveying Public lands, and why Mr. Oury didn't secure it is more than we can tell, unless it came under the general order of business, which was head ed as follows: "Office of G. H. Oury, Delegate lo Congress from Arizona seventeen months after taking seat Older of business continued Things secured for Arizona thus far Nothing- Ex prct to secure sonlothing during the short term--I want to bo reelected, for I think ''maimed soldier' in Ari zona should bo pension Wo think'maimed EoldWrs should, be pensioned, and it ought to have occured to Oury in this iignb duriug his two years arduous and success ful (?) term. Miner. -"tt ft- MINING INTERESTS OF MOHAVE COUNTY, -n n- OUK HAUL SERVICF. OUR COOfTY f Ihe nominations of th( County Convention fo; We wonder if the Postmaster-General of these United States of Amer ica is aware that a strip of territory some two hundred miles long by one hundred miles wide commonly known as the county of Mohave, in the Ter ritory of Arizona has been without any mail service whatever Binco the first day of July last. Just think of two thousand people being cut off from all communication with the outside world for a period of four months, with a prospect of its being four months longer before anything is done to remedy the evil, and this on account of a few rascally,thieving mail contractors who if they had their just deserts would be hung up on the nearest tree". Is it not a lasting shame and disgrace tliat such things can be in this free and enlightened country .Who is to be blamed foi this state of things? We know that our present Delegate to Congress is one of thn parties to he blamed, not so mue21 because these things are so, because he has not and does not his influence to prevent their inarmce. Mr. Oury told us when he was here that he had a mail route Mryonthwick after havincr rdedfrd himself to the support' of thxr ticket whiph he helped to nominate at- member of the Bepublican county convention has seen fit to announce himself as an Independent candidate for theofiice of Joint Councilman for Yuma and Mohave counties. We do not think there can be a possibility of his olection, from the simple tact that both Democratic and Bepublican parties are pledged to the support of Major Welton. We consider that each party is bound in honor to the other party as woll as to their own to support and. elect their joint nomi nee, Mr. Southwick to the contrary notwithstanding. Who is Mr. South- wick tnat ne sets nimseir in opposi tion to both parties? We think that the honor of the Bepublican party especially is at stake in this matter and that Bepublicans have no right to vote for Southwick after having pledged themselves to the Democrat ic party to support Welton. TERMS--$5.00 PEE YEAR m ADYAXd Col. Bon. Morgan has issued a cir cular charging W. B. Hortbn, the Democratic candidate for Superin tendent of Public Instruction, with deliberate and wilful perjury in tho Total Wreck mining suit, and backs his statement with copies of docu ments. The circular is a strong one, ami unless the statements therein made can be disproved by Horton, they clearly prove his unfitness for any position of trust and especially that of Superintendent of the edu cational system of the Territory. Col. Morgan is well known here and is expected to arrive in a few days. Citizen. in Connection yrith the paper we have a full and Complete Wit-''1 -H - JOB PRINTING OUTFI' oxra Is.fevelve niiles ne?iJ or& Molytve. Si Wo. freight, and rell And, The Tombstone Independent says : "The Bepublicans showed a good deal of shrewdness in the nomination of Porter. That the Judge is popular in Maricopa and Cenifal Arizona, is not to bo deniedjandt this fact is duo his selection. TwoiTeurs ago Oury'a heaviest majorities caiLp from Pinal and Maricopa, while thlo rest of the Territory showed a ratjher close fight. To offset Oury s strength in tho Salt put on from Signal to Mineral Pa-k w pearar tno object oi ttBKMBt 1 . i U11V1 3 HULUlllill 1(111. k 'UHM via Hackberry. It may be as liojMMgM .-.-l J -3HHK)ut none of us here have oHjHHKtffcT. WmsMBME heard anything about itiBIHHI JMJHBd that he had a mml roJKBjBjHHHHgDt 0f the Tor-J corB are so good that iHiHBHBiiiiams, ontnHHHHHHHQfor the past where Iheyt.. aid hi ecw up.n :n,aoy We ortunalo in pjj man soml