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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 2 June 1888

Js lr f i ii wglipi v - Oft- 4 aSv i v 3 i 4 rftl l r 4 v The Mohave Mtcer C M FUN8TON Editor KINGMAN JUNE 2 1888 President Cleveland spent Decoration Day in New York The Pennsylvania Railroad in order to reduce expenses this week discharged about 5000 men The Democrats are undecided as to whether they will nominate Thurman or Gov Gray of Indiana for the Vice Presidency The value of the output of gold and silver for Kfontnna during the past year is stated to be between twenty and twenty four aillion dollars The Flagstaff Champion has enlarged to eight columns Brother Tinker is to be complimented for his ingenious way at increasing the size of his paper Gh Phil H Sheridan whose hie lias beea despaired of for several days past if reported as improving and the are that he will recover The Southwestern Stockman recently catered on its filth year This week it cawe to our table with a new head which greatly improves its appearance Since assuming control of the Stockman Brother Haaaaker ha...

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 June 1888

The Mohave Miner KINGMAN JUNE 2 1688 IFHOAL PAKR IF THE COUNTY L P Fisher and K C Daks are sstborii d lucent in 8n Fraaetaeo of tke Mwmjv Cetntrt Mrxss hBMrlbsrs to this taper will eonfsr a MTer by ssaiiaf ef y irrejraiartty tatts lsHTsrytetJsoes ferial aotiessia 4e wading column of tfcsMnnawill ba ekarfpd at the rate of nMlMBtfrMaafeaahiiuMrtioB JLOCAI BKfTTlESt The weather is warming up a little Fine cigars at Hubbe Russells A I Take your Sanday dinner at the Bon Tot Imported Ales and Porter at Hubbs Bussells George Richarson left for California on Toesdays train Steen returned Thursday from atriptoUjehllltf B McDuffielho assayer came in from Chloride Thursday Belle of Bourbon and Occidental w hlslcy at Hubbfl ItiisseUs Robert Gray came down from Stockton Kill Thursday night Jaraea Roslwrough of Hackbcrry spent Wednesday here Ice Cream every afternoon and evening at the Bon Ton John A DeLand of Signal spent sev eral days here this week Henry Strawbelle is working for the Big Handy...

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 June 1888

ftiw it1 T ir Ml Ml m t fir THE SECOND HAND 8H0E TRADE Wenr ThoJylro Matlo Over antt Said tho shoemaker You would be sur prised to M tho class of men rrho ptirchaas Kcoud Iiaml shoes I havo among my cum footers an elderly gentleman who comca hero regularly every three month nnd buy a pair of hoe8for 150 Ho Jlv wealthy hut o saber Many men wbonjil might namo and hirhoaht well ablo to btry now rrhoen prefer econrl ltaiul ones for economys aakc When ialr of shoea oro cast oir they oro worthless to the original purchaser and can be bought forononj When lnxsmew fa dull I tsome times no out on a collettJnjy tour and In a couplo of hours will obtain enough shoea and boot to keep me employed for a month Boot are much more valuable than show Iks cnuso they contain more leather I And that they nro not worn much nowaday and thoNo I occasionally come- arrow arc made of tho finest leather Whatmcaitfarotakento burnfch up old rijocsf wan asked i Tbo upicr of Becood Itnnd phot arc always goal wheth...

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 June 1888

tkmjiiHfPwNf s B W i MOHAB MwVfVii Mr Vv SB JL O BLAXELT PaiaoOTT JClXSMAW LfW Mf A SUBtfCmiTI aaATamls f - v 1 on MF vux Mikfl 300 Three Moaths 1X0 MuUCMiM 10 Lagel matter la this tyeat200 per Inch f7r4isrHoB a4 100 per Jaob far sea sabseeaeat - Miftl rtt aoorilaK to ti ple Bd Pffttifi4oiMiima Mrtod ftt ill bs psblihid at th option of th editor arga rr at in raw et wa n tn hMni will wt bt TiW for th ttwvrJZrmrmimtm PROFESSIONAL CARDS TAMES J HIDE XTTOBNBI AT LAW KiKtfMisr fAiVfr Aiixoxa itatSvTl ri r siu w wtiiotK jril praetiee ia all awrts f tha Tarritarr nnrr N shibman m d PHifiaAliiTiWwWi KxtfAMAN - - AlIIOJIA X ATTORNEY AT LAW - AD i T - - tha Uaa easrpa TAMKS P BOOTH MD KXIDLZS UAL IJLS B WllililAMOf DarxsiCT Awawrat tr atoaAta Coowrt KlKMAX - nAlZOSA t ATTORNEY AT LAW raeaAra Jwhi Mmam Cotmrr KnraMAX - - - Awiwu in T rTi 7T - jrrS M MUBPHY ATTOBNEXATiLA J - 4 XniaMAjr - - - Ajuzoma litiMtioa aadobiaiaiuaateaU gaaa afiaiaitya 4 aroaaaaowAB ajia aAtnwta WOWAKD FATOWIN 3 SioaKEY...

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 June 1888

HJ r t1 r BHanH Vl r 1 v iS V fife The Mohave Miner C M FUNSTON Editor KINGMAN JUNE 9 1888 General Sherman is now improving and his physicians havo strong hopes of his recovery Governor Bill has signed the bill abol ishing hanging lor all murders committed after January 1 1889 and substituting death by electri ity The Winslow News comes to our tabl enlarged te six columns The Newi is evidently prosjierous and the Know -wishes it continued success The Supreme Court of Missouri having denied thoappeaJ of Hugh Maxwell alias Brooks who murdered and robbed Preller and left his beheaded body in a trunk in a St Louis hotel the date of his execu tion has been fixed for July 13th The Oregon election held on the 4th instant resulted in a Eepublican victory Herman the Eepublican candidate for Congress received fivo thousand majority The Bepublicawi elect sixty five out of ninety members of the Legislature Tho Prcott Courier has a new power press Brother Marion has waited long before adding thi...

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 June 1888

t M R tkv tet r The Mohave Miser KINGMAN JUNE 9 1888 tfFKfAL PAPER OF THE CWNTY L P faber and E C Dak are aathori 4 agents ia San Fraae of Uw Mut Ctevurt Minxi afcMritrs to tafc pWT will eonfer a Jarer br asaa aatiea of My irregalarUy la i dttiTorj to thfeWO Speeial setlMt i iaa wadiag oolarana of UaMncnwill be ekaxued at the rate of TaCatfjr Um far eaafc iuMrtion IACAL BalEVlTIES JlM cigars at Habbe A BtMseJls - Probata Cort was In aeaaioo thi week Take yoor Sunday dinner at the Eon Ton V - Issporfed Alee and Porter at Hubba SueseUs Sheriff Sieen returned this week from hit trip to Phoenix JBelle of Bonrbon and Occidental whisky u - aUlabbsKussclls H J Brother returned to Kingman on XuuriKlay of tiia week Ice Cream every afternoon and evening at the Bon Ton - The receipts of the County Recorders office for the month of May were 9745 James Roaborough of Ifackberry re turned from a trip to California Thursday night- t - For SALE Snotof Babbitt metal IVill be sold at a bargain Inquire...

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 June 1888

ir V - - Li Till j I i rr iff I TOE USE OF WHISTLES If you have lo3t your pocketbook MHaHHaHHB 3- if it Mil i owl I ill CM I 3ffi Tf - X V vv- 7f THE PART THEY PLAY IN THE UFE OF A CITY Tto Street Gar Driver Cant Get Along fVitboet nil Whittle Letter Carrier asd JPoJlceman The Eagtaeere Wfcls tie In factory Town Tugs Few peoplo stop to think of the Impor tant part played by whistlers aod wbls tlihg to the daily life of a great city like New York Ytt If all the whistlers aod whlstlee that add to the din of the city daring single twenty four hours could be gotten together say in Union square and made to blow a simultaneous blast the uproar would proljably be so great that It would deafen for life any man who chanced to be within a block of the place Assoae some of the Jeseer whistlers In point of noise made ant the drivers of the street ears and the postmen yet many jreelous ssoesents are tared by the useof whistles by these individuals A heavy truck gets on the car track and theisms ...

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 June 1888

t Is Zjffk ml LI J - ygMfr v Mohave County MiNtR - w i - p - tT fr 19 J VL VI war W JOxoxak J W STEPHENSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Urn BEBVAaoixo - tif PUULISUD KVSSI SlTUkDAT JJl C M FUNSTON Publisher MOUAVE COUNTY ARIZONA IS lrtflterd mt the p monies in Kjagraan ffWW i V SlI23UKlaTl43KAT2t OneUpyOnYc 400 Six Months iCC Thno Month 100 lKla oniaH 10 Linl ia Atter in this typo JOO per incti w4mKthuirsUvortinusand 100 yir Inch Cr iji HiiUwajnt iinorticu 0 t i ilveriitjdiuant inswCl ftl t vAta 4 iojordm to time place and lruf4iiilutriloaolioh insJrtcJ st 11 Xtfslaainjr inb uriptifwi yainhyd ftt llio option of iu rdto ntl ih ir31 fr it the r tie of ten cjijW it if no ri wbi nrill not bo roaiMwnbUt tar tut epnimti inJ 7ie pjCit oopondcnt5 PHaFESSJOAL CARDS T Mi4j f rl YD tf b - t is v 4rioaKy at law Kwax - - - Arizosa itoui tn Mmitz Properties rJ prrjl3 viiirin f ibe Tcrrjtoc fn KU51AN M U lUlYSHJiAN AND aUUGKON JKlNGMAX tTA AniroVA 7f iiiiit3 j ii iii - i RiUiIIUUn l cJJ uu luo imo ifci A A 1 1...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 16 June 1888

14 i v J v fr V V if -V 5F The Mohave1 Miner C M FUNSTOtf Editor KINGMAN JUNK JO 1888 Cleveland and Thurmm h llio ticket which pleases tho Democracy of the whole country The Republicans earned Oregon by seven thousand majority and elected seventy oat of the ninety members of the Legislature The Kepublican National Convention meets next week and before tho week has passed their work will be finished and the national campaign will be fairly started Immigrants continue to swarm to this country 2171 German farm hands and Polish Jews were landed at Castle Garden Friday last In addition to these 5000 more were reported in Hamburg waiting transportation to the United States A dispatch from El Paso says tho deal has about been closed for the sale of foor hundred thousand acres of land in Chihuahua Mexico to Salt Lake agents of the Biormon church of Latter Day Saints for a colony Tl ie purchase money will aggregates half a million of dollars San Bernardino is infested with a gang of bold thi...

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 June 1888

if lr r SS The Mohave Miner KINGMAN JUNE 10 1888 IflTClAl PAKE Of THECOBHTY h P Fwher arid E 0 Pake aiM6ntginSan7raneis0o tkjJMoAVK OooKTTMrawt f BflbMribera to this paper will oonfer n fsror by Mndisg settee of say irrogolrity is iU WItwt to tkta offlee 8fell ottw ia the reading eolticans -of tk Mnraa will be chareed at tba rata of TeCeats per line far eaeh inasriion IOCAI BKKVIT1KS Fine cigars at Hubbs KusseHfl A good shower ia badly needed now Take yor Sunday dinner at ttio Bon Imported Ales and Porter at JFIpbba - Ed Eurico o Mineral Park lias been here all week The Oliver Bros liavo a lease on tho Night Hawk mine - Belle of Bourbon and Occidental whisky at Hubbs Kuaselld Ice Cream every afternoon and evening at the Bon Ton wft r Brnthor of Crentono Colorado arrived here on last Friday J H Canenter of Phoenix wot in Kingman ueveral days during the week rFo Saw A lot of Babbitt metal Will bo sold at a bargain Inquire at tbte office Charles Cohen came in from Hackberry Monday and ...

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 June 1888

I TAyt ij TraSMU - ife r -Sit QH 5 If J i 7 tsB - sVti T f BT i n i i i I i i rlj m wsw T if OME TIONS jjggjpMpj JKAXCIES ABtiOT BIRDS OF THE OF QUIiER COLORED 6UPER8TV PEOPLE A Writer Ucjrat tbo Stories of j LejeDil Teller Folk Feather Sotijftr Doy 4 i Robin Jay Mlrd and Dusky Lore Concerning Partridge MStlerit Owl Dow many queer fancies tbo nejjroes have abojit To them cery fyUi ered sohgatcr makes- prognostication either of jjood or evil to befall the belitvci Insigiia r Dusky legend teller relate how white dovo dew out of the Ark and was tin finct living thing to Slid land after tji great flood They augrneitt the old atury bj Baying that on that land did tbo dovo fi love of wan plant the firt jrralu of rjr Tbly Ilea the geHtle bird for givInetW atrongcht staff of life Id the laborer tin which tbey call in their quaint fancy f y pwjMJnifion FrietulJobn ipaM de good1 corn tnuaf uft stands by yen constant It was tbo mourning dove who brought tbo world another great blessing with he...

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 June 1888

fl w itt fA af illirf Y 1 ii ii I M wii mi miimiM iliWIMiliiiH iiiwiiiiwaw ami inn m il i i n 11 i i i i 11 i mmmmmmmmmi i i j n iyi i im y i ihiim i i - faZTA OB VI cmfUHSTOH Publisher kmk iMHMi avtrrr aizha f tho riireit wy jr v jjb williams 1 atAeney at law ir Diitskt krzwtx aw Uomaju Covm ii KlKOMAK r I I S - t i ee Itateree t the psstoSUs la Kiagmaa she JL MMaHHHBBBBi l LI vailurriJi batbs OsSCepy Os Yeer aU IffuMlka 2 x Three Mestse 188 auataoeeie Ureiitfiiii5 atei JiliarjUawUeii l fl00 per Jseh XvWIm HJTftWeiMt ieeSTted at ajFielraass sseordlaa te time elase asd fra44Meer4eaeiab insetted at itl b MbUAoil t tlMptitm of tkditer i u PMllCMM vMlMAUtWHMikifartlM mpmiaat una twwi w w ii y VMl 15 7- rtOf ESSIMAL CAffDS - i i ii 1 JtkXiSS i J HTDE j TffOlBlrfEY AT LAW KikaxAX Abixoxa - - - urMmhHt WtflMr and OMnialng Iitfli4 to Mmtsff Propertiwi - HptfcUty WtHYtlftt in nil etwrU of tho TerritotT r f 7- TTTT N SHfiBMAN M D I1 physiciaand sukgkon Kjaoiujr - - A4fzoxA K 8piuta lUcm tbe ...

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 June 1888

iW I It1 r a 1 1 111 Kill - ipfti la War if1 111 i a v 4 yj t 2w M 11 t i iii jqrviTrfac8 The Mohave Miner j KINGMANS BIG FIRE C M FUNSTON Editor KINGMAN JUNE 23 1888 The Xatlonnl Republican Conven tion At Chicago on the 19th instant pre cisely at 1235 the guvel of Chairman Jones Chairman of tho National Repub lican Committee Hounded sharply on the table and tho Republican Convention of 1888 was formally opined At tho con clusion of prayer Mr Jonea announced that Mr Frcssenden Secretary of the National Committee would read tho call for convention issued by tho National Convention The Chairman then introduced J S Thurston of Nebraska as temporary Chairman of tho convention Stepping easily to the desk Mr Thurston began his speech by expressing m appreciation of the honor conferred upon him Thurston rofcrredjo the defeat of the Republicans four cars ago and prayed that a Moses might bo found that would lead the party out of tho wilderness and limit their wan derings to four years inste...

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. — 23 June 1888

ta i Pn iv zJ The Mohave Miner K1KGHAV JUffE 23 1888 tfFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY h P Fiaher and E 0 Dak are authorial d amenta in San Franckco of tha Mohavk CJoowti Mikxr Babssribers to thin pftixtr will oonfer ft ftiror br sending notiw of any irregularity M - iUdoliTcry to una oince sAiMl notice in the reading ooltunxin of IhaMiHKBwill be charged at the rate of TeCati per line far eneh insertion IXMAE BltEVITlEfef Windy weather Carpenters are in demand in Kingman at present W H Taggart Co received a carload erf bay yesterday f aiiw Ella Ewing left last Friday for a vifdt to Mineral Park Many strangers have been in town thin week looking at the ruina Jack llyan and J It Kuasell will be reidy for business before Saturday ntgh TWLogan moved hia family to the ranch of J H Johnson on Wednesday last nwiay looking at the work wrought b tkeflire Jack Thomas and Jimmy Roew from the American Flag hard been in town aJJ wsek Fqb Sale A lot of JUbbilt metal Will be sold at a bargain Inquire a...

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. — 23 June 1888

f - J9 if K K r 3 -Mi 4 w in lulr y i -4 Saw Cswfeeye Sraf tfce Calves As mod M nil thaibrands of eatlla worked and tfes asimals that are ateamera a quarter mile off If bwadaWetof from bluffs and aaUs of vassals about the same distance and from spar buoys 200 yardi away Arnold Burgas Johnson in Popular Beleoce Monthly t y Tke Bscet of Asstralta The4 lahaWtants of the continent of Australia hare ahriys beea a stumbling block in the classidcatlon of the races owing to their exhibiting in a mixed form acme of the characUaisUca of two distlnci races Tbelr eotaplejion features and peculiarities 0 the ikeleiOTraro distinctly aegro like yet the frizzly7 hair so charac teristic of that rao is not found in the Australian The supposition Is that they are not a dlstisci nice at all but a cross between tws branches of two primitive stocks It has beta supposed that the frizzly Baited Melaealaas or Oceanic negroes which Include the Pepsins of New Guinea and tlte lafcafcitants of the Western Pacif...

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. — 30 June 1888

II t m - i W VOL VI jjili D eisas batter u SUBS J HYDE ii I The Mohave ittriim C M FUNSTON Publisher is ft I ll KIMQMAN MOHAVE CMTY MIZ9HA - Catered at the XiagMMB II MFTMN ATIMI1 OMOewOear 4 00 Month 1200 S w li i Tare Heaths- ijiaU Copies if AIM KKTltfl KATIES i Jerl Att ii trpJPM S ro iU ar - sad 100 er met ier ash sw baq at in rtioa Sastaess advsrtisesssats inserted at oial r at aeeerdia to time plaee sad irdoeiBeh inserted at MirJemjle tabserlptioB JjtumaaiMtioaa of ft poraoual re fill Us mMMm at the option of the editor tid shttrged fr at tberate of ten cents por 4iae Tli Mrxsa will aot be responsible for the asriwJoH A views af ita orreepoaden U r FH0FES5I0NAL CARDS ATTORNEY ATLAW Kisomav - - - Akizoha Lttignttas and Obtaining Patftnta to MtahiR Properties t a SpeefciUy Vill praotlrf In til eoarte of the TerriiorT ttTT N SHERMAN M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON sKlK9KAX - - ARIZ03U larSpeeial atteation to enlla on tbo line of th A4F H R d adjaeeat oatsps PBOOTH M D l JAMES 8UBOEON A...

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. — 30 June 1888

m 4S VT 4r km rp i WV 3ftr K t V A L MjwBsEfe The Mohave Miner C MFUNSTON Editor KINGMAN JUNE 110 1888 General Sheridan ha so far improved as to be moved o the Wside Gov Zulick has appointed S M Frank Hn of Tucson to bcr Ik gent of the Ter ritorial University an XV F Smith and Edward Irvine Commissioners of the Territorial Inaano Asylum The Kingston N 31 Shaft has changed bands Judge J D Whitham having din posed of the paper to a stock company J I T McDonald is the new Manager The Shaft has already done good work for Kingston The Littlo Louisiana Lottery of San Francisco is a fraud and from accounts of the concern in the San Francisco pa pers the proprietors have risen from pov erty to afluenco in the spaco of four months Minnesota is threatened with an inva sion of the all devouring grasshopper which is batching out by millions in dif ferent sections of that State It is be lieved by the State entomologist that unless they can be destroyed early they will cover the - Northwest durin...

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. — 30 June 1888

vt K f p J i i i iii imiimh i i i i ii nnimniwuwiunjlli hi iii i ii 111 f V j 1 1 i i i n I i i w ii i mH i i i y The Mohave Hdieb KINGMAN JUNE 30 1888 7T efFJCwu nm if the county L P Fkher d B O Dske m Atkori d at is San yrandfawo of tk MWvx Cocjtts Mntsm 8ktibni to tbii p Pr will oosfer r favox bv s ftdiag sofelee of say irregularity mi HaWirry to tkk oflUM if ri aeMattl the Madias oolttaaa ot Ike Mnt will b eJirfe at the rate ot k lTClt feer lta f6r eah laurtion W BEYITIS M O Rollins and wife are now living at Cecbat The rodeo in Mohave wunty is about nalehed Dan McKinnon spent several days here tfcrtwkk i k it WBdy weather has prevailed through- eat the week Mr and Alru Jno Barry were in irom Cerbat Friday Taos MacMahon came in from tea Hill Wednesday i JL K MacKenzie has returned from - Califoruia to Fort Mohave If we are to have any J no rafnH they had better come muy pronto J Lbrec an old miner of Mohave eeanty was in Kingman this week JI1 Campbell and James Twiggs made a tri...

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. — 30 June 1888

rri MiiBiwtiiiii i ia v a a J Uufft jun HanflsflM jfe rAJfaaTaSJi dlifc3flBH9fct i M vSfflWaBammvtW jpra 5S l vr V liillial ii v Salvation Anaj Charity A most admirable charity Is that of the Salvation Army In London which has opened a restaurant where a meal may bo bocghfc for a farthing The small coin pays for a bowl or iioup or a half loaf of bread and two farthings secures a cup of coffee or cocoa and a slice of bread and jam Thus for about two cents a wholesome aeal can be bought Threepence brings meat and potatoes and a halfpenny a dlsa of rice Chicago Efarald A y A Sheaf of Byreas Peas Of coarse every visitor to Venice takes look at Lord Byrons pen In the Ameri can monastery At least ne thinks he doCT But It has just come out that some time ago an old monk wearied by the constant inquiries for a sight of tho poets pen took a tiundlo if goose quits and manufactured a whoto sheaf of By rons pens which he distributed to the younger monks for the delectation of eu thuslastlc sigh...

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. — 7 July 1888

Star i i tl - - - -- ill - wJuw -I O i P - -- -- - -- I I I ii I mi r i ii i i i Iiii i - i tijCTTn x i FFT V P j H j - 1- j It I VOIiVI 1 KINGkAKAEIZONA SATCFBDXY JULY 7 1888 NO35 aH i BBBBai iw ir l - i - - - 1 - I J y i r n i 1 mS The Miner i i PtlBXVBST ATiraAX Bt D 1 C M FUNiTON Publisher KHMMAH MCHMC CWT MKUOMM latere at taa KlSOMAN fywTy n t i - - Aasseoad elaes matter aeatemss u xiBffatftB AMD ii TrriAx WritsMeatks 1J2 - AVKHTIIW KAW KlMOVAN rif UnijiK j JjitiKHoa 10 l2al natter Ja ttaH type 200 per iftek far th first iamtioa aad 100 p iaeb f r iMk f bqt insertion i j iuui ittMBiMita incerted at teiftl ntraMurOafto time ul n t froiMSl aai earaaoneiuou unwiwu 1100 per yer iacladiag iabwription 0iaaioatioits of a pronil tare ill le MiblUked at the option of the editor tad ekntmtor ftVtb rate of ten centn per liae Vykl i I Tae Mihkb will Bat ba refponsible for the opiatoai a Tiewt of it JrreloBaeBtii j r J I gll 1 I PROFESSIONAL CARDS jamks jfrcxns I r ATTORNEY AT Lltf Axizoim ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
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