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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER
OffigialPaperoftheCoonty L. P. Fisher and B. C. Date are authoriz od agents in San Francisco of the Mohave Codstx Mineb. Eugene Pannenberg, Attorney at Law. Prescott, A. T., is the authorized agent of the Mohave Coucti Mineb in Yavapai county. Special notices in the reading columns of the Metkb will be charged at the rate of Ten Cents per line for eaeh insertion. MINER All PARK, APRIL 13, 1881. ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OF MAIL Mineral Park to Kingman and all points east and west, daily, except aunaAjM. Arrives 12 ni., Ieave3 1 p. m. Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives Monday and Thursday at 6 p m., leaves Sunday and Wednesday at o p. Mineral-Park to Signal Arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11 a. m., leaves Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. m. W. M. Kbideb. P. M. Local Brevities. This is Easter Sunday. It is decidedly stormy once more. E. P. Oroolier left for Kingman on Fri day. Considerable rain fell last "Wednesday night. II. D. Scott of the "Benson smelter was in town last week. J. W. Stephenson left yesterday on his trip to California. How dil yoa like that little wind storm we had yesterday? Agent Riordan of the Navajo Indian Agency has resigned. E. P. Crooker camo in from Hackberry on "Wednesday night. Hardy's and E rider's orchards are in full blcom and make a very pretty sight. Associate Justice Fitzgerald, wife and child, reached Tucson Saturday last. A. Ver Mehr returned from a lengthy visit to Kingman on Thursday evening, The Needles has the largest hotel and railwiy eating houss west of Kansas City. V. K. P. Wilson has snt in his resigna tion as cashier of the Central Rank of Al buquerque. C. R. Wiiliams, formariy general freight agent of the Atlantic and Pacific is now at Topeka. Rusiness men both here and in Kingman say there is a marked improvement in their retail trade. T.iere is a greit yleal of complaint all over the county about the condition of the county road?. The town was full of people last Sundny, principally miners, and all the stores did a good business. F-tul Ereon's Ferry at Fort Mohave is still running, and parties can be ferried across the Colorado at any time. Roe Bros, have a fine lot of roll butter on hand from California. It is pretty good if it has been six weeks on the road. Win. Krider, at the postoffice, has just re ceived a new lot of' Spring and Summer suits which he is selling from $7 upwards. ' i c C'-rrr xne aeutinoi says a ouuu iur uao be?n filed for record, for i the purchase of some copper mines, on the Williams Fork. Attorney Stephenson is about to take a tr'p to San Francisco inithe interest of his o hents. Ho will be backbef ore the opening of the District Court. "We hear that Mr. and Mrs. Ver Mehr wi take up their residence in Kingman-atef to-morrow. Tiieir-cianyfflends will be sor ry to have them leave town. Boaz D. Pike, representing the firm of Livingstone & Co., San Francisco, whole Bale liquor dealers, was in town on Thurs day and Friday, drumming up trade for his house. The Citizen says that the recent rains are reported to have destroyed Paige's carp farm in the Rincon Mountains, but at the same time to have thoroughly stocked the Gila and Sen Pedro rivers. We noticed a whole lot of barrels and kegs at Krider3 store the other day, but Krider didn't tell us what they contained and as we hid left our augur at the office we had no way to find out. The steamer Gila arrived in Yuma Satur day morning from the Needles with the fol Jowing passengers: Col. J. "W. Clark, Prof. A. A. Wood, Col. Res. She trought down about 40 ton3 of ore and 15 hides. Sentinel. The last official report gave the number of parsons confined in the penitentiary at Yuma at 106, of whom 2 were from Apache connty. 10 from Cochise 4 from Gila, 16 from Maricopa, 6 from Mohave, 30 from Phm. and 31 from Yavapai. P. F. Collins left on Thursday for the San Francisco district where he goes to open up one of his bonanzas. It is, perhaDS, unnecessary for us to add that he took out a whole wagon load of provisions and sup plies, principally p-ovislons. Last Sunday 2.63D head of sheep from California crossed the Colorado at Fort Mohave and will remain in this county. The amount of sheep and cattle that are being driven into the different counties of this territory is surprising. J. E. Westlake, of Bradley and "Westlake, is back from a two weeks trip to Arizona, whero he has been looking after his mining properties. H so b there is a good deal of snow in the mount lins yet, but that every thing looks very bright for a good deal of work during the coming season. Albs querque Journal. Messrs. Robert C. Lund, of the firm of "VVooley, Lund & Jndd, James Andrews, the manager of the great Mormon Co-ojjerative lierd, and Virgil Kelley, came down from St. George, Utah, last Monday and spent a couple of days with us. These gentlemen are largely interested in the cattle which range in the extreme northern end of this county, and contribute annually a consid erable amount in the shpa of taxes towards the support of the county. The many friends of Mr. Chas. J. Hare both in California and Arizona, will learn with regret of his sudden death from pneu monia, which occurred at the crossing of the A & P. railroad, on the steamer Gila, on March 14th, last. At the time of his death he was purser cf the Gila, and had been in the enmlov of the G. S. N. Co. for the last year. All the employes of both railroad companies rendered every kind' ness to soothe his dying hours. Mr. Hare leaves a large circle of friends in both Cali fornia and Arizona, who will mourn his early death. Yuma Sentinel Roe's team got in last night with grocer ies and lumber. T. J. Christie contemplates making some improvements about his saloon very shortly. A fine lot of wines and liquors just re ceived at Krider's Postoffice Store. Frosh strawberries kayo made their ap pearance in the San Franoisco markets at 1.50 per pound. I am soiling goods cheap for cash and don't you forget it. Yours respectfully, W. M. Kbidebs. Everybody, lawyers, litigants and others, are anxiously awaiting the coming term of the District Court. The Flagstaff Flag says that Conductor Nelson is about to purchase the Harley Fay property at Peach Springs. Ed. F. Thomo3on, the popular managor of Woltou & Boocher's store hero, bids fair to become a bonanza king yet. The Prescott Journal is authority for the statement that nve toot or snow leu in Prescott in seven days recently. A lot of now spring and summer suits just received at Krider's store. I can fit anybody from a four-year-old boy to a 350- pound man. Mr Mandell, the man who packs around a trunk full of samples for various Albu querque houses, carre in on yesterday's buckboard. L. A Sanderson has commencod a Buit in the Justice's Court against Edward Ban- man to recover the sum of eighty dollars on on account and note. Fried sea trout and Alaska herrings at Krider's store. W. H. Taggart, the enterprising mer chant of Kingman, spent last Sunday with us. His time wits pretty much taken up in shaking hands with his numerous acquaint ances here. Sheriff Steon has appointed Virgil Kel- l&y, a deputy sheriff and deputy assessor. He will attend to the business of that por tion of our county which lies between the Colorado and the Dtah line. The Board of Snporvisors finally wound up a very stormy meeting on Tuesday af ternoon, leaving the whole town thoroughly disgusted with their manner of conducting the business cf tho Board. V. C. Parsons, the well-known capitalist of Tombstone, camo in yesterday from Kingman in Charley Beecher's conveyance. He is well known in this county, having re sided here in former days. Men's suits from 7 to $25 each at the cheap cash store of YV. M. Krider. Mr. Williams, tho contractor for carry ing tbo mail to Mineral Park, Arizona, missed- but one trip during the stormy weather. He is now engaged in muking the riders put their ponies through and pick up the time lo3t. Pioche Record. H. H. Scott of the Benson smelting works will remain with us for a coupblo of weeks and will put in his time in viewing most of the prominent lead producing mines in this section. He is offering special induce ments for lead ores of every grade. Dr. and Mrs. Burdick and their little boy left yesterday for a trip to the Eist. They will visit relatives in Kansas and New York. They took with them little Mabel Steon, tho orphan child of the lata Mr. and Mrs. Steen, and will leave her in care of relatives in Wisconsin. Mrs. Burdick and Tommy will remain in the east somo months, while tho Doctor expacts to return in about six weeks or two months. Now goods ! Groceries, dry goods, wet gocdV, in fact goods of all kinds constantly arriving at W. M. Krider's store. DIFFERENT COUNTY. Superintendent Fiskor of the Sohuylkill mine tolls u tint the new shft is down 75 feet with eight inches of good oro in" the bottom . Fred Bauer has sold one half interest in the Last Salvation claim to John T. Davis of Hackberry. This olaim is it tho Music mountain district . The heavy rams of tho past week will again retard mining operations in this dis trict for somo time to come. Tho well at the Cerbat mill is full to overflowing. A constant stroam of water has been running from it for weeks. Messrs. Cole and Caff rey of the Alpha mine were in town last Sunday. They re cently shipped nine toni of ore from this mine which netted them .$990. Tho ore was shipped without much sorting as a sample lot. and tho boys are very well pleased with the re turn3. They are good workers and deserve to succeed. Louis Davidson has sold interest in tho following mines, viz: Oro Fino, Great Western, Groat Eastern, Boss No. 2, and Alvoid niine3 to L. Slimmer, for one silver dollar. A. B. Warner has sold his interest in the Alpha, Warner and Standard claims to Ed. F. Thompson for 525D. A deed from J. E. Hollonbeok of Los An geles to M. Salisbury of Sin Francisco con veying tho Schenectady and Sohuylkill mines at Chloride has b3on placed on record. The consideration expressed in the dead is -3000. Jeff. Saling has dispjsod of one half of the Bastor claim in M. ijnard district to T. L. Ayres and the other half to J. K. Mac kenzie. Two lots of ore shippod by B. Fredericks from the now Groom's Peak district to the Hackberry mill sampled as follows: Lot F three tons, 117 oz silver par ton, lot K, one and a half tons 315 oz per ton. The oro was sold to John Howall on the basis of 90 per cent of the market v.ilne of the silver, less milling charges. There is no oro in the Quijotoa, Cceur d'Alene, or any other of the much boomed districts that will avor age any better than this. Republican Meeting. Delegates to ilio Pliciiix Coiitcii lion Eloclcd. Pursuant to the call published in last week's Mineb a largo number of Republi cans assembled in the Court House last Thr3day evening at 7 p. m. The meeting was called to order by J. J. Hyde, Secretary of tho County Committee, who stated the object of tho meeting and called for nom inations for a chairman. H. S. Carpenter of Cerbat was unanimously elected, and on taking the chair thanked the meeting for the honor conferred on him in a few neat and appropriate remarks. J. J. Hyde was UTTTVTTfvTa TNT TWHTT A T7T? DISTBICTyOFrHlS then unanimously elected secretary of tVe meeting. The secretary then read the o ill for the Phenix convention, whereupon Hon A. E. Daiisina short stirring speech, in which he urged tho necessity of appointing only good and triod men in the parly for saats in this or any future convention, moved that the meeting at onco proceed to the election of six delegates to represent Mohave county ih the Phenix convention Cirried. The following were placed in nomination and unanimously elected, viz H.H. Watkins, Mineral Park, H. S. Car penter, Cerbat, A. E. Davis, Mineral Park, L. J. Lassell, Kingman, Henry Koshland, Signal, E. P. Crooker, Hackberry. On motion the delegates wore instructed to work for and do all in their power to secure the election of Dr. E. L. Burdick of this county as on9 of the delegates from Arizona to the Chicago convention. It is needless to say that this motion was carried by acclamation. After considerable discussion on tho coming campaign the following resolution was unanimously adopted, viz: Resolved: That it is the sense of this meeting that the best interests of the Re publican party would be subserved by the nomination of James G. Blaine and Robert Lincoln as the standard bearers of the part j' in tho coming campaign, and that tho delegates from this countY to tho Phenix convention be urged to do all in their power to secure the election of two delegates from Atizona who shall be pledged to cast the vote of Arizona in their favoi . Aftor some further remarks from H. S. Carpenter, J. W. Stephenson, Dr. Burdick, W. G. Blakely, A. E. Davis and others the meeting adjourned. MXSTISTG ABROAD. ITEMS FROM THE VARIOUS MINING JOURNALS OF THE COUNTRY. There is too large a profit in smelting ore oompared with tho profit in mining it. One halt of tho total profit now goe3 to the smelter, one fourth to the mine and one fourth to the railroad. Tha smelter and the railroad get too much. Rocky Mtu, Mining Reiew. The Tucson Index says that ore assaying $1,200 to the ton has been taken from tho bottom of ono of tho Quijotoa Bonanza shafts. A silver lodo has been discovered at South C ma m. Wayne oouuty, Penu. Samples of ore were recently assayed in Philadelphia, and they yielded about $40. Over 1,209 notices of locations in tho Quijotoa mountains haya been filed for record . Tfle Father do Smofc mine at Deadwood. Dakota Territory, has pioduced about $3, 000,000 in bullion to date and has paid $720,000 in dividends. Proceedings ot the Board of Su pervisors. The Honorable Board of Supervisors met April 7th, A. D. 1884, at 10 o'clock a. m. Prebent Wm. H. Hardy, Chairman, M. W. Henkle, Supervisor, and H. Buoksbaum, Clerk. The Sheriff appeared before the Board and made his settlement with the Treas urer. The report of tho Sheriff accepted and or dered filed. Settlement for the quarter ending Marcl 31st, ISSi, was then had with the County Treasurer as follows: (W. F. Grounds ar riving) : Cash on hand January 1st, $9038 C9 Cish received during quarter 18563 34 ash disbursed during quarter $16911 4 Cash on hand 10689 99 $27601 43 Monies counted and found to be correct as reported. The Treasurers reDort accepted and or dered filed. Recess to 2 o'clock p. m. Board resumed. Full Board present. Tho following bills were presented, ex amined und allowed and warrants on tht respective funds ordered drawn therefor, to-'wit: W. M. Krider, attorney fees, Churchill vs. Treasurer, Gen eral Fund, Gabriel Levy, interpreter's fees, General Fund Leonard Kimmerly, wood, General Fund.-. E. L. Burdick, examining insane, General Fund W. S. Clark,barrels,Genoral Fund "Watkins Br.iS., merchandise, Gen oral Fund H. Bucksbaum,salary Clerk Board General Fund J. J. Hyde, Coroner's Fees, Goner al Fund J. J. Hyde, Justice Peace fees, General Fund W. M. Krider, merchandise and repairing cloek, General Fund Chas. Atchisson, salary and fees, General Fund Jno. K . Mackenzie, fees, General Fund W. S. Hodges, interpreter. Gener al bund H. Bucksbaum, janitor's salary and fee3. Goneral Fund $83 33 5 00 23 2f. 75 (X 10 00 4 95 125 oa 14 91 62 60 21 110 00 28 2i 00 103 00 Robert Steen, Sheriff's and jailor's fees, General Fund 1105 17 H. H. Pattridge, repairs on jail, General Fund Joaquin Acosta, wood, Genoral Fund John Hughes, repurs, Goneral Fund Henry Koshland, Coroner and Justice Peace fee1?, Genoral Fund Chas Atchisson, Probate fees, General Fund Jno. K. Mackenzie. Clerk's foes Foneral Fund W. G. Blakely, District Attorney's salary and fees, Genoral Fund 10 00 95 00 5 00 24 60 15 5'. 280 00 Welton & Beecker, merchandise, Goneral Fund 167 45 Robert D'Yhr, wood, General Fund Geo. W. Crauo & Co., printing, Contingent Fund Moses Steen, board of prisoners, Contingent Fund 20 CO 8 60 292 00 Tho bill of the Supervisors for per diem for quarter ending March 31st, 1884, hav ing been approved by tho Probate Judge, warrants therefor are ordered to be drawn as follows: W. H. Hardy, General Fund. $35 80 M. W. Henkle, " " 21 20 W. F. Grounds, " " 38 40 Bills ooutinuod. M. W. Henkle, water for Court House and jail, Gen3ral Fund, IM. W. Henkle ret.nng) W. H. Tardy, in nber, Goneral Fund, W. H. Hardy retiring,. K. R. Casper, nursing indigent 27 55 12 50 sick, Indigont Sick Fund 110 00 Joe Duck Wo, board indigent sick, Indigent Sick Fund Joo Duck Wo, board indigent sick, Indigent Sick Fund '. Joo Duck Wo disallowed $11 00 E. L. Burdick, medical attend ance indigont sick at King man, Indigent Sick Fund J. N. W ilson, nursing, indigent sick at Kingman, Indigent Sick Fund Jno. Falck, pursing indigent sick, Indigont Sick Fund Jno. Falck, disallowed $9 33 Jno. Falck, nursin? indigont sick, Indigent Sick Fund, C. E. Sherman, coffin and burying indigent deceased, Indigent Sick Fund 68 66 5 00 90 00 4 00 20 67 12 00 45 00 Joo Duck Wo, laundry bill, Indi gent Sick Fund 1 75 F Abrams, team to Kingman, In digent Sick Fund 12 00 Wm. Koshland, coffin and burying indigent deceased, Indigent Sick Fund E. L. Burdick, salary for medical attendance indigent sick, In digent Sick Fund 30 00 150 00 Watkins Bros., medicines indigont sick, Indigent Sick Fund 50 50 Jose" Perez, nursing indigent sick . at Signal, Indigent Sick Fund,' Jose Perez, disallowed $21 H. H. Pattridge, nursing indigont sick, Indigent Sick Fund , Chas. Atchisson, merchandise in digent sick, Indigent Sick Fund Moses Steen, board and lodging indigent sick. Indigent Sick Fund Henry Koshland, coffin and bury ing indigent deceased, Indi gent Sick Fund -7. W. Yoacham, nnrsmg indigent sick, Indigent Sick Fund 63 00 8 00 22 50 249 50 25 00 8 00 The following bills were disallowed: Jno . T. Davis, for board of Nelson Swan Ion. H. J. Steelo, fees for transportation of insane psrson. Henry Lambert, witness fees and mile age. Bill of A. E. Fay laid over pending set tlement with Treasurer. Board adjourned to April 8th, at 9 o'clock l. m. Attost: H. Bucksbaum, Clerk. The Honorable Board of Supervisors met April 8th, A. D. 18S4, at 9 a. m., pursuant to adjournment. Present Tho full board and clerk. The County Superintendent of Public Schools appeared before the Board and ex hibited a statement of warrants drawn on the Connty School Fund for the quarter ending March 31st, 1884, which on compar ison with the reports on file was found to be correct. Minutes of the meeting of January 9th, IS84, relative to printing contract mado with Anson H. Smith & Co. read and ap proved. Voting aye Grounds and Hardy. Voting nay -Henkle. Minutes of the meeting of January 19th, A. D. 1S84, relative to the compromise of taxes with the Atlantic & Pacific railroad company read for Supervisor Grounds (who was absant from said meeting) and who having been asked if he approved or disapproved the action of tha Board ropli that he fully approved and concurred in itSriS'lxlil.ld J-ainute to be in; thereof. The bill of Anson H. Smith & Co.. $532 for printing and publishing the min utes of the Board, delinquent tax list, &c, for quarter ending March 31st, 1S84, taken up and on motion crude and carried the said bill was allowed for $432 and disallowed for $100 warrant ordered drawn therefor on the Contingent Fund .and the Clerk au thorized to take a receipt for the same in full settlement for quarter ending March 31sf 1881. Voting aye T'ig fall Board. Toe Lill of W. H. Brown, for nursing in d gent sick, allowed, Indigent Sick Fund, $8.00. Petition for the appointment of a Justice of tho Peace for Poach Springs inHackberry precinct road, and, on motion made and c vrried, L. 0. Cowan is hereby appointed a Justice of tho Peace in and for Hackberry prornct. Voting aye Tho full Board. A pst'tion for establishing road districts in Mo;iva county presented and read, and, on motion made and carried the county of Mohava is hereby divided into two road dis tricts, the Atlantic and Pacific railroad being the dividing lino, and all that portion of sail county lying north of said railroad to be known as Road District No. 1, and all that portion of said county lying south of said railroad to be known as Road District N . 2. Voting aye Tho full Board. On jiiot:on made and carriod Robert D'Yhr U hereby appointed Road Overseer of Road District No. 1, with bond fixed at $300. Voting aye The full Board. Harry Fink, Francis L ike, Hirry Smith, and L. C. Welbourn, indigent and sick per sons now being supported by the county, appeared before the Board and represented that if they warn aided to go to ; their re sp 'ctivj relations and friends they could maintain themselves. Therefore, on motion of M. W. Henkle, a warrant on the Genoral Fund in favor of H. Bucksbaum for tho sum of $277.77 is hereby o dered drawn, tho proceed!) to be appropriated as follows: For Harry Smith $50 00 " Harrv F nk 50 00 " L. C. Welbourn Ill 11 " Francii L ike 66 66 Carried. Voting aye Tho full Board. Board adjourned. Attest: H. Bucksbaum, ' Clerk. DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. Notice ia horeby given that the firm of Maxson& Vincent has boon dissolved by mutual consont, and that tho firm of Root & Maxson succeeds the firm above mention ed and assumes all indebtedness at present existing against said firm of Maxson & Vincent. Kingman, A. T. March 29th., 1884. Jas. G. Root, Cnis. Maxson. Absolutely Pure. Ti is powder never vrics. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mro economic? than tho ordinary kinds and cannot bo sold in oomnotition with the mul titude ol low test, short weight, alum or pnosnnate nowuera. Hold only in cans. Roval Bakinq Powdbb Co., 106 Wall-st., N. Y. Forfeiture Notice. To James Fulton or assigns: You are hereby notified that I havo ex pended one hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon tho "Chloride" mining olaim, Cottonwood Mining District, Mohave county, Arizona, the said amount to cover assessment for the year 18S3, in order to ho!d said premises undor the provisions' of Section 2324. Revised Statutes of tho Unit ed States; and if, within n nety days after the expiration of this notice by publica' ion you fail or refuse to contribute your pro portion or saiu expenuiture as co-ownei, your interest m s;ud claim will become the property of tho subscriber, under said Sec tion 2321. "W. (j. WOODBUFF. Mineral Park. April 12tli 181. Notice to Creditors. Estate of 1 Jerome Burns, deceased. 1 Notice is horeby criven by the undei sinned Administrator of the estate of Jerome Burns, deceased, to the creditors and all persons having claims against deceased, to exhibit them with tho . necessarv vouchers within ton months after tho first public v tion of thi notice to the undersigned, Ad ministrator, at the law office f Messrs. Blakely and Davis, tho. same being tho place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in Mineral Park, Mohave coun ty, Arizona. Maktiv Eubxs, Administrator of the Estate- of Martin Burns, deceased. Dated at Mineral Park, April 10th 1884. A. E. Davis, Attorney for Adrcinistrator. lijps. E, Ho t Has Reopencil SScr RESTAUR A FT At Kingman, A. T. Talile Always Supplied ivitli The Best of Everything. Down With High Prices ! And Have Put Down the Prices to Suit tho Time3. All JriulS. Cigars &c , 12 1-2 Cts. THE OLD STAND ! Sua. Bsmets. -A N D- tgon Repairing, Blacksmithing, Hors.e Shoeing, Etc., At Reasonable prices. Give Me a Call. JOHN BUCKLEY Chloride. A. T.. zmc 2. STOCK CATTLE To Purchase STOCK CATTLE. Address with PRICE and Particu lars THE MINER OFFICE. or ',-.1biEiP.MKIBBaHHV7 n Wagon Maker. fill 888 G33 4 111 8 8 8 8 44 111 8 8 4 4 111 8 8 8 S 41444 111 8S8 888 4 GKAXI MM MM M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M MM M M M M .AT MINERS' HEADQUARTERS ! rices to suit the times. Old stock sold off New stock arriving by the carloads every day. To Buy Goods in &ive Us a Call and be Satisfied, Weltok & Beechee. Proprietor?. Kingsnan and Mineral Parle, Febrnary 1st, 1884. 1 elby Smelting & Lead Co. 416 Montgomery-St., SanJSnMMflt Oal. Gold, Silver and Lead Ores and Pay th NpI York prices, deducting for losses u m V Working, and fdeatment, N ... . SHIP TO OATvLAND WHARF. We offer a large c And Guarantee our Prices to be as low as any other house in the County. We take this opportu nity to extend our thanks to our numer ous Mends for tlieir liberal patronage in the past and respectfully solicit a contin uance of the same in the future. Kingman, A. T. January 25, 1884. 111 888 888 4 111 8 8 8 8 44 111 o o jr m J.J.X O O 4 4 111 8 8 8 8 44444 . Ill - 888 888 4' v. SAIiE OF, E - 3 E EEEE E E X EEEEKE THE. pest Place Mohave County. zoon as Sampled ad A ssayeS and select stock of ' If!!, Site.