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Mohave County miner. [volume] (Mineral Park, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1882-1918, March 13, 1897, Image 4

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KING-MAN, ARIZONA, MARCH 13, 1897.
There is some wholesome food for re
flection for some of our Eastern subscrib
ers in the following extract from a letter
recently written by one of the officers of
a silver mining company, which a few
years ago was engaged in developing
some very promising silver properties
This particular officer has been receiving
Rome nomnlainiutr letters from Eastern
stockholders, occasionally accompanied
by a demand that the company refund
the money unless they put the property
on a paying basis. Having put up wi h
these demands until patience ceased to
be a virtue, he concluded to answer some
oi them from this standpoint, and we
must confess with some degree of justi
fication, as the following extract from
the letter will show, says the Mining
Kecord :
"Suppose a number of our citizens had
invested a few hundred dollars in the
Illinois Steel Works, and then had come
to the conclusion that they could make
more money by destroying those works
and utilizing some others in which they
owned larger interests, and had then
hired men to destroy the Illinois works,
would it not be ridiculous for them to
raise a howl afterwards and clamor tor
the men whose property they had de
stroyed by the millions to refund them
the few hundred they had inyested, and
vet that is lust what Eastern men are
doing; they invested a few hundred dol
lars where our Western men invested
thousands in prospective silver proper
ties, then they sent their representatives
to Washington with instructions to de
stroy the silver mining industry, and
ruin people in the silver stales by the
thousand ; they subsidized their papers
to warn people against investing in silver
properties, and after entailing millions
upon millions of loss upon us and mak
ing it eutirely impossible for us to open
up our mines, and adding insult to in
jury by laughing and jeering at us be
cause they had ruined us, then they de
mand with righteous indignation thacout
of the wreck they have left us we must,
reimburse them.
"The Eistern people ruined an indus
try in which our people had many mil
lions invested as agaimt a few thousand
of Eastern money. It was your neigh
bors and friends who did this, and not
the officers of this company or our friends
We did our utmost to avert it, and still,
alter bringing ruin and desolation to us
and completely barring the way for u-
to recoyer, you then turn around and
condemn us for not making a success of
an enttrprise destroyed by you "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
Connty of Mohave, Territory of Ari
zona. In th9 matter of the estate o- ) Notice to
Robert Clark. Deceased. J Creditors.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, W. H. Taggart, administrator of
the estate of Robert Olark, deceased, to
the creditors of and to all persons having
claims against said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers within
four months, after tho first publication of
this notice to said administrator, at tho
store of the W. H. Tasgart Mercantile
Company, at Kingman, Mohave Oonnty,
Arizona Territory, the same boing the
place for the transaction of the business
of said estate in the County of Mohave,
Territory of Arizona.
W. H. TAGGART,
Administrator.
' Dated February 23d. 1897.
SANTA IS ROUTE,
Co.
Atlantic & Pacific R. R.
(Western Division.)
C. W. Smith, Eeceiver.
CONDENSED TIME CARD NO. 45.
Jiffcctive Jb'eh. 14. 1897
WESTWARD.
subscribers
Who are in arears should make
some effort to pay up. We need the
money and must have it.
When you
call on
2tf
visit San Francisco, Cal.,
Dunn Bros.,
1318 Market Sc.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
With local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of trie disease. Odtarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you must take internal
remedies, Hall's Oatirrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. It is not a quack
medicine. It was prescribed oy one of the
best physicians in this country for yeary,
and is a regular prescription. It is com
posed of the best tonics known, com
bined with the beBt blood purifiers, act
ing directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combina'.ion of the two ingredi
ents is what produces such wonderful
results in curing Catarrh. Send for tes
timonials, free.
F. J Ciieney & Co ,
Toledo, 0.
JFSold by druggists, 75c
Mrs. J. K. Mackenzie, Prop.
gEST
fURNISHEE)
IjOUSE
IN IjlNGMBN
Rouse Newly Re
furnished Through
out. Quiet Place
to Sleep.
Rales Reasonable
Front Street, near Second
Bai'lier
EXCHANGE, IjMHM
REAR MINERS
Next door to Hubbs House
D. Kelleher,
Proprietor.
CATriE BRANDS.
CONARD & KNIGHT.
CHIDISTER
m M GARTHY
AND
LIVERY
FEED
SALE
STABLE
West Front Street
KINGMAN, ARIZONA
FaSBIONBBIiE TURNOUTS
m REBSONHBIiE R8TES
Big, Roomy Corral for Team
sters use
gLHCRSMITBING
WSGONWORK
HORSESHOEING
In.all Branches by Experi
fenced Workmen.
OFFICE IN HUBBS HOUSE
CENTRAL TELEPHONE.
4 ,
Brand On left hip.
Ear Marks Over half crop right, under slope
in left.
Range Mud Springs, Sacramento Valley.
Postoffice address Mineral Park, Arizona.
J. H. JOHNSON.
fe5
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Brand On left hip.
Ear Marks Under bit in each ear.
Range Oak Creek, in Wallapai Valley.
Postoffice Kingman, Arizona.
Arizona
CENTRAL
BANK. . .
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA.
established 1887
X
TRANSACTS a General Banking Business
Foreign Exchange issued
Throughout the World
RECEIVES
SAVINGS
DEPOSITS . . .
From Miners, Railroadmen
and others, at luterest. . . .
Also issues Certificates pay
able at fixed dates drawing
interest
REMITTANCES may be made by Kingman, or
other checks, express, or postoffice
money order, or currency by express .
Commercial Loans Negotiated
Upon Fair and Conservative Terms
Invites Your Business.
B. N. FREEMAN, Pres
T. E POLLOCK, Vice-Pbcs.
6 20p
7 20p
7 20p
10 50 p
2 00 a
4 40 a
G 20 a
9 25 a
1 OOp
2 15 p
3 30 p
5 OOp
7 40 a
10 25 p
2 25 p
9 45 p
9 3o a
1 45 a
7 10 a
8 05 a
11 10 a
12 35 p
3 35 p
5 50 p
G 50 p
7 15 p
10 35 p
7 00 a
6 50 p
9 20 p
11 OOp
luoa
2 30 a
4 40 a
7 40 a
8 10 a
1 20 p
6 25 p
10 15 a
STATIONS.
EASTWARD.
Lv. Chicago Ari
Kansas City
Denver
La Junta
Albuquerque Ar
Wingate Lv
Gallup
Holbrook
Winslow
Flagstaff
Williams
Ar Ash Fork Lv
Lv Ash Fork Ar
Ar Prescott Lv
Ar Phenix Lv
Lv Ash Fork Ar
Peach Sprines
Lv Kingman Lv
The Needles
Blake
Bagdad
Daggett
Barstow
Kramer
Mohave
Ar
Ar
Ar L.Angeles Lv
Ar San Diego Lv
Ar 3 Francisco Lv
10 00 p:
7 05 a
6 OOp
12 05 p
9 45 p
4 40 p
4 10 p
12 30 a
11 30 a
9 30 a
8 05 a
6 25 a
6 00 a
2 50 a
7 30p
6 25 a
4 05 a
2 00 a
11 30 p
10 05 p
6 OOp
5 40 p
5 20p
10 15 a
7 45 a
7 10 a
5 55 a
5 55 a
1 20 a
10 20 p
7 40p
6 OOp
3 45p
1 OOp
12 40 p
11 05 a
9 50 a
5 OOp
Special Rnulslurg Trains.
5 20 p
G 40 pi
Lv Barstow Ar
Ar Kramer Lv
8 30p
G nop
Trains Nos. 3 and 4 are limited trains, run
ning semi-Aveekly. No. 3 leave Chicago on
Wednesdays and Saturdays, passing Albu
querque on Fridays and Mondays, arriving at
Lios Augeies baturaays and Tuesdays. Train
No. 4 will leave Los Angeles Mondays aud
Thursdays, passing Albuquerque Wednesdays
aud Saturdays and arriving at Chicago Fri
days aud Mondays.
Passengers on limited west-bound trains
holding tickets reading direct via Mojave
change at Barstow to No. 5.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily through
between Chicago and San Francisco and Chi
cago and Los Angeles.
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars daily thn ugh
between Chicago and San Francisco and Chi
cago and Los Angeles.
Tourist cars leave San Fraucisco every
Tuesday and Los Angeles every Weanesday
running through to Kansas City, Chicago and
Boston.
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be
reached only via this line.
Ask for a beautifully illustrated book, which
will be mailed free.
DON A. SWEET,
Gen. Passenger Agent, Albuquerque, N M.
Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Railway
R.
...WITH THE...
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R.
Is the Shortest
And Quickest Route
To Denvei, Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago
and all points EAST.
S. F. P. & P. TIME TABLE.
In effect November 29, 1896. Mountain time
is standard used.
Southbound.
No 3
30p
30p
9 25p
9 41p
No l STATIONS.
00a
7 55a
8 50a
9 05a
lv
ar
10 40p jlO 30a iar
Ash Fork
Rock Butte
Del Rio
Jerome Junction
10 55p
11 40p
12 43a
1 07a
2 24a
3 09a
4 09a
G 10
G 24a
G 3ga
7 00a
10 45a
11 22a
12 15p
12 35p
12 55p
2 lOp
2 50p
3 45p
5 16p
5 28p
5 43p
6 OOp
Prescott
Prescott ar
Summit
ar Skull Valley lv
lv Skull Valley ar
Kirkland
Date Creek
Congress Junction
Wickenburg
Peoria
Gleudale
Alhambra
ar Phenix iv
Northbound.
No 2 j No 4
5 30p 5 45a
4 41p 4 45
3 45p 3 45
3 28p 3 30
2 40p 2 35
2 25p 2 20
1 50p 1 43
12 55a 12 43a
12 35p
12 18a 12 23a
11 12a 11 13p
10 17n 10 V9p
9 38a 9 ISp
8 11a 8 12p
7 59a 7 59p
7 4Ga 7 45p
7 30a 7 30p
No. 1 and 4 connect at Jerome Junction with
trains of II. V. & P. Ry. for Jerome.
Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for
all principal mining camps; at Congress with
stage Hues for Harqua Hala, Stautou and Yar
nell; at Phenix with the M. & P. R. V. Ry. for
points on the S. P. Co. Sys , also with S. R.
V. R. R.
Close connections made at Ash Fork with
Santa Fe route fast trains to all points east and
West. Trains for California leave Ash Fork at
G.50 aud 7.40 p. m., arriving in Los Angeles
next afternoon at 1.20 anu San Francisco sec
ond morning at 10.45. Train for the east leaves
Ash Fork at G.25 a. m.
GEO. M. SARGENT,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't,
Prescott, Ariz.
R. E. WELLS,
Ass't Gen'l Mg'r,
Prescott, Ariz.
F. M. MURPHY,
Pres't & Gen'l Mg'r,
Prescott, Ariz.
HEALTH and ACCIDENT IKSUBAHCE
FIDELITY MUTUAL AID ASSN.
San Francisco, Cal.
FOR FIVE CENTS PER DAY
Will pay yon, according to the hazard ofyour
occunation.from $8. OO to 823. OO ri week, when
unable to work through being accidentally hurt;
Will pay your family, if you are acci
dentally killed, SOS. OO to &G50. OO
Will pay you SIO. OO a week, when you are
sick and unable to work. Will pay SIOO. OO for
your funeral expenses. If you lose a hand and
foot or both feet or both hands, it will pay you
S138.00to$13.00.
IF INSURED, vou cannot lose ALL YOUR
INCOME when ybu are SICK or DISABLED
by ACCIDENT.
ABSOLUTE PROTECTION to the member
upon paving P3v00 life membership fee and
dues of SI. 50 per month.
The Fidelity Mutual Aid Association is
Pre-eminently thel arrest and Strongest Ac
c irtentandllealtli Association in the United
Ltsles
l'I HAS S, 000.00 cash deposits with the
States of California and Missouri, which, together
with an ample Reserve Fund and large assets,
make its certificate an absolute guarantee of the
solidity of its protection to its members.
Reliable Agents Wanted. Write
J. Ii. M. SHETTERI.EY,
Secretary and General Manager,
San KVnncioco, Cal
M 1 1 Apt Merc antQe Co
DEALERS IN-
Hay and Grain
Mining Tools
Agricultural Implements
General Merchandise,
HERCULES POWDER.
STUDEBAKER WAGONS,
TAX.VOUNE OILS.
(Machine and Cylinder.)
Groceries Frcsh from the:
Eastern and California
Markets Daily.
Lemp's St. Louis Lager Beei
SPERRY FLOUR GO.'S PIONEER FLUOR.
Dry (Joods hud Clothing.
Largest Stock it
the County.
ORDERS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTY SOLICITED
CllEM
PALDER BROS.
ROPRIETO
EBST FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE fcEPOT.
Only White Cooks Employed.
TIih Mouse is Eirst Class Th.ro-ugiou.t.
USTIiT
THE FAVORITE
"PJALSEY'S
ARIZ0NA
SAMPLING
WQRKS y
IN Town and out of town - k "t
YEAR IN
And year out
GIVES HIGHEST
Prices and bet results
?Veig;hts and. Rates RiGidly Correct
BETTER, not jixst a-s g-ood.
CONSIGN YOUR ORE TO
H. H. W ATKINS.
patent eclicines
PAINTS, OILS w GLASS.
ASSAY MATERIALS.
Confectionery and Stationery
fgt) Wall Paper and Window Shades
Cigars and Tobaccos. cAShS.s Fresh Fruits in Seasoi
Agent Fok Thkee Reliable Insurance Companies.
Horses and Buggies Sold
on Commission
W. A. LAS WELL, Prop.
DOUBLE TEAMS
SINGLE TEAMS,
SADDLE HORSES,
DELIVERED TO 3NY PSRT OF TOWN ON ORDER
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Kingman, - - - - Arizona.
The best of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
Old and new friends will
be cordially welcomed.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that neither the
Ora Plato or Mariposa mines, nor the
owner thereof, will be responsible for any
debts contracted by the lessees thereon
in working said mines.
J. A. Wilson.
Fort Bid well, Cal., April 20, 1895.
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and ZIEMER
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me
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