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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 30 September 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER. Sneeial notices in the reading oolumns the Mimes "will be charged at the rate of ... . 1 1 l. u n n I TCKtCKtH per uuu iui eauu mawnuu. 3: Weyl, Notary Publio, room 5. Bank of Xrijiona Building, Presoott, is the author- wed agent of the Mokitb.Countt Mines in Xarapai county KINERAL PAKK, SEPTEMBER SO, 1883 ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OF MAIL. Mineral Park to Kingman and all pointB utand west, daily, except Sundays. JLrriTea 11 a. m., leaves 2 p. m. Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives lliondav and Thunsdav at 6 o m., leaves Isndaf and Wednesday at 6 p. m. iriBAral ParV in Sicm! Arrives Tuesday, TknTEdav tid Satnrdar at 11 a. m., leaves VnnJtT W-ln aaAnv .nd FridaV at 2 P. m W. M. Kbideb. P. M Multum News in Parvo Type. "Not oiery man can be a poet, Any more than a sheep can be a go-it. Not every man can be e printer, Tho lots of stupids think they mean ter." The old man gazed at her obliquely, For she usually minded quite miquoly; Then remarked that he guessed, As he ...

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 September 1883

A Mothers fore. Sonlotday, . Whoa othors braid yourthick brown hair And drapes vour form in silk mid lace. When others will you "dear" and ''fair,-' And hold your hands and kiss your faoe, You'll not forget that far aboyo All others is a mother's love. Sjmo day. .Mong strangers in far distant lands, In'your now homo far beyond the sea, When at your lips are baby hands And children plavmg at your jmco Oh, i, then, as at vour side they grow, ow I have loved you, you -will know I How: Some day. When you must feel love's heavy loss, .- You will remember other years When I, too, bent beneath the cross, And mix my memory with thy tears. In such dark hours be not afraid; Within their shadows I have prayed. Eomo Gay Your-daughter's voice, or smile, or eyes My face will suddenly recall; Then you will smife in sweet surprise And your soul unto mine will call In that dear uuforgotten prayer Which we at even used to share. Some day. A flower, a song, a word may bo "A link between us strong and ...

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 October 1883

VOL. 1. MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1883, NO. 49. MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Published Eteey Sunday Br ANSON H. SMITH & CO James J. Hyde. : : Editor. o o- S UBS CIUPTOX KATES : ftns f!nnv. Onfl Year 5.00 Six Mouths 3.00 u TuretJ Mouths 1,50 Single Copies 25 " . 0 0 ' ADVERTISING KATES: Here is -ow -t Started. One inch in cclumn, 2.00 for first inser tion and 1.00 par inch for each additional insertion. A liberal disconnt from above rates will be made to persons who advertise largely by tne year, ualr year or mv.rter. Professional and business o irds inserted or $ z per montn or yor year. E. G. DAKE, Iku.iu GT, Merchants Ex change Building. S m Francisco. C il. is the sole aent for the M jhvvu CoiiSTr JIinei; in that city. The paper is kept on file in his office. Ho is authorized to collect monies due this estiblis-iaiiiit; take orders for advertising and attend to any other business devolving ut n aim as the repres entative of the publishers. Entered at the pi stoflice in M...

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. — 7 October 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER James J. Hyde, Editor. MINERAL TAUK, OCTOBER 8, 1SS8. EBITOBIAL XOTBS. The King of Corea belongs to no name series. the A Smelter in Mineral Park, would be a paying institution. The cotton crop of the South been placed at 5,500,000 bales. nas California will ship to the cast this year twelve thousand tons of fruit. King Alfonso has been insulted in Paris. Poor boy ! ho should have staid at home. General Crook has spiked ovory hostile gun. Courier. He has pro bably done it by Courier. - - The public road below Gross' house is in a shameful condition, be ing dreadfuly washed out. Wo call the attention of the Board of Super visors to this matter, because it is their duty to have it mended. It is proposed to. divide up the county of Yavapai and make a new county out of the San Francisco mountain region with Flagstaff for the county seat. There is ne doubt in the world but that the present coun ty will be divided into ten or twelve new counties in ths next ten years, ...

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. — 7 October 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Special notices in the reading columns of the Minkb will bo charged at the rato of Tea Cents per lino for each insortion. J. Wevl. Notary Public, room 5. Bank of .Arizona Building, Proscott, is the author ized agent or tne ALoxiAVz tiousxx .alineh m Yavapai county. MINERAL PARK, OCTOBER 8, 1883 ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OF MAIL T.MTiftrnl P.itV to Kincrnian and .ill points east and vest, daily, except Sundays. Arrives 11 a: m., leaves 2 p. w Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives MnTir1TT w1 TliTirsiJnv at G D HI., leaves Sundaj" and Wednesday at 6 p. m. PrV in Sicmal Arrives Tuesday f VmrcdnT. 1 Kat.nrdllV at 11 a. TO... lOXVdo Monday, Vedn osday and Friday at 2 p. 1 W. M. L'nrDET.. P. M. Multum News in Parvo sype It was but a simple pin On a chair, And the little boy did grin Like a bear When the teacher took a seat And in a manner very fleet Flew half a hundred feet Jn the air. This the teacher doth annoy, And ho chants, And no pardon to the boy Quick he grants. But...

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. — 7 October 1883

.Ttiii;;L.t. ire hekma:; mew vale. The Sunrise waits behind H-ivon s Rates, Unclosed of laggin - Monnnx; In shadows slow tne wond below Fore-greetu its eo.f adoru.ug. The sweet song-bird is r sing heard, The oold, pray lumt is growing, To herald still on every hill The red Sun royal Uowing. The still dark night forBeea the light Bofore hor heat sho lends ua; And waning far.tha dwmdliug star Its mystic message sends us. In glowing pride oj prospect wide - The firmaueut unci s s; . And Wftkes. to blis- w.u. stjcpmg kiss The petals of tuo roses. The watoh-doVa alop sratio and deep, Breaks on tu in ru u ore .lung, And pillowed bed that mo :koa tuo dead From dream 10 work is w xiuug. The son's of toil in oirta's tnrmoil Come forth ere day t 1 bor: And lazy wo ilth ..nt lp u.s uoiltu, To compensate his neighbor. The world of snund sprin;s up around, In murninrs wnxiu ever; And weaned men are armed again, To face the lon,j endiaVor. We know not, we, whit this may be, The niistory of agod, ...

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. — 14 October 1883

COUNTY MINER VOL. 1. MINERAL PARK, A. T, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1883. NO. 50. MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Published Etebt Sundat Bi ANSON H. SMITH & CO o o James J. Hyde, Editob. o- SUBSGKEPTON BATES : Am Pnnv OtioVonr 5.00 Six Months 8.00 " " Three Months j50 so Single Copies. -0 ADYERTISOG BATES : Onfi inch in- colnmn. 2.00 for first in tion and 1.00 per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will be made to persons "who advertise largely by tne year, naif year or qvarter. Professional and business cards inserted or $2 per month or $20 per year. -E."G. DAKE. Room 65. Merchants Ex change Building. San Francisco, Cal. is the sole agent for the Mohave Consrx Mines m tnat city, xue paper is Kept on nie m his office. He is authorized to collect monies duo this establishment; take orders for advertising and attend to any other business devolving upon him as the repres entative of the publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Mineral Park as second-class matter. ...

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. — 14 October 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER James J. Hyde, : , : Editor. HINEEAL PAEK, OCTOBER 11, 1S33. "Wo are pleased to receive tlie Pioclie "Weekly Record among our exchanges. Dakota is making strenuous efforts to be admitted to tho sisterhood of States at the next Congress. The SocorroSmelter is turning out bullion at the rate or two carloads per day. Its capacity will soon bo largely increased. Geo. E. Ralph, a well known as Bay er, formerly in tho omploy of Blake & Co., was foully murdered last Monday whilo at work in his as say office in Prescott, by Geo. "Wal ker, who is the constable of tho pre cinct. "Walker came upon his victim unawares and emptied five chambers of his revolver into his body killing him Instantly. Jealousy is supposed to have actuated tho mur derer. The Mobile Register evidently does not like the idea of Ben Butler for President of the United States and makes tho following kick against him: "Take Ben Butler Beast Butler as a Democratic candidate ! Nominate the spoon-thief:...

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. — 14 October 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Special notices in the reading columns of the JlEHit wiu do cmiTou t 10 Ui Ton Cents par lino tor eacn insertion J. Ybvl. Notary Public, room 5. Bank of Arizona Buildinc. I'rescott, is tho author- isd aROiit of tho Mohave Counts Misee in Yavapai county. MINERAL PARK, OCTOBER 14,1883. ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OF MAIL Mineral Park to Kingman and all points if ;and west, daily, except bunaays Arrives 11 a. in., leaves 2 p. ni. Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives rr.-r?.TT WhnrKrlnv at G V HI., ICIlVCS Sundnv and Wednesday at Gp.fli. Vmnmi P.nrV in Signal Arrives Tuesday, rT.r.A,. t,,i St.nrdav at 11 a. m., leaves Monday, "Wedn esday and Friday at 2 p. 1 ' V. M. Keidek. P. M. 'Riultum News in Parvo Type. Mr. Bouiware is in town. W. B. Eidenour of Hackborry was in town lastAYednesday. Pallercn cars will b3 running throngh Kingman nest week. Frank Wntkins will spend the winter m Ban Jose, California. There is a great deal of sickness at King man nt tho present time. Ttrr...

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. — 14 October 1883

Yc Mi I Jig Expert. Aspostaoled gooso, from collate let loose. Said: "A mmmoxnert i will be: I'll examine ull niiuss in the bowels of ear Ih, , And some that are under the sea; Don't you see? And same that are under the sea. "For I know ali things that are to be known Of the ssienca oalled ce-ol-o-gee; By whih I'll show poople just how to get rich, Ana charge them a oomfortable fee; Don't you see? And charge them a comfortable foo. "But, hold ! I have heard that miners oat west, Bamboozle such fellows as we And I think it is best that I live there awhile: For they may come thoir tricks ovor me; uon t you seer For they may como their tricks over me." So to Kokomo camp ho hied him in haste, This "master of ee-ol-o-gce. But the natives all thought ho was very low graue, And they hanged him right up in a tree ! Don't vou see? And ihey hanged him right up in a tree ! Then tho doath angel dropp'd this speota . cled youth, Setting his bricht vounc spirit froo And I'm told he's out now with...

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. — 21 October 1883

MOHAV E COUNTY MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1883. VOL. 1. NO. 51. MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Published Etkbi Sukday Bx SANSON H. SMITH & CO o o James J. Hyde, Editor. o 0 SUBSCRIPTOK BATES: M.Gepy, One Year 5.00 Six Montlis o.w " Three Months littffl Copiie 25 0 0 ADVERTISING BATES: Qftixnch in oolnmn, 2.00 for flnt inser vfontaull.OO per inch for each additional iaMriion. A liberal discount from above rates will be made to persona who advertise largely by tka Ytar. half vear or aT&rter. Professional and bnsmess oards inserted r $2 per month or $20 per year. E. O. DAKE. Boom 65. Merchants Ex hange Building. San Francisco, Cal. is the sola scent for the Mohave ConNTx Mikeb is that city. Thetiaperis kept on file in kin office. He is authorized to collect 'xionies due this establishment; take orders f or advertising and attend to any other business devolving upon him as tho repres- mt-atrre oz the publishers. t Entered at the postoffice in Mineral Park aa Mcond-olasa matte...

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. — 21 October 1883

MOHAVS COUNTY MINER James J. H$. Editor. MINERAL SjKjK OCTOBER a. 1883 ThG01cllHIr--r' fr 1SS' seems to be gaining in popularity clay by day, .2uipngjlie Democracy, From tha. ntetzit outlook it will 4J9i " eitlierl !Tiltijn. and Hendricks over Ugain or else Tilden. siad McDonald. Ttie Boston Post has been sued for $10,000 daranges by Edwin G. Wal ker, a colored lawyer, for defamation of character. A new cabinet Das been formed in Madrid, but it is extremely doubtful if a majority of ike members of tiie -Cortes will support it. .V "'w The spllndid rain of last Tuesday was badly needed in this portion of Arizonr and will prove of much ben efit to all of our stock .nien. The collections for the Parnell fund in America close on the 20th of November. The presentation to Mr. Parnell takes place in Dublin on Dec. 12th. We don't understand how it is that county patients are boarded and lodg ed at the Palace hotel while we have a building for use as a county hos pital. The speakership of the...

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. — 21 October 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER. Special notices in the reading columns of the Mejeb will be charged at the rate of Ten Cents per line for each insertion. J. Weyl. Notary Public, room . Bank of Arizona Jtsuuaing, rrescoit, is me nuixior- lzed agent of tne .mohaye uountx juineb in Yavapai county. MINERAL PARK, OCTOBER 21,1883, ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OP MAIL. Mineral Park to Kingman and all points Cftand west, daily, except Sundays. Arrives 11 a. m., loaves 2 p. m. Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives "Mnnilnv Ttrl Thm-Mlnv at G t m., leaves Sunday and Wednesday at C p. m. n Sinml Arrives Tuesday, rH;iv at 11 a. m., leaves Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. m W. M. .h BID EE. Jl'. jxl. Multum News in Parvo Type. Pay your taxes. The town is out of button Lou. Lassoll has invested in a now hat. John Howell is expected at Hackborry al most any day now. W. H. Hardy is about to erect a large warehouse at Kingman. Butter, eggs and cheese seem to be scarce commodities in this town. Roa Bros, are receiv...

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. — 21 October 1883

sily. Only a shred of hitir set in a ring; Yet how I prize that l-ck of silken hair! I do esteem it a-i.i jtno2o- thsns;, And evermore tho proci us aublo wear. Only a little ohair, long vacant now. But rnomory often fills tho empty seat; A fair, sweat child, with cilm :iud sinless brow, I sea in fanoy sitting at my feet. Only a portrait of a childish ficc The silent shadow of - vanished forn. Pressed often to :nv own in slid embwoe. With loving prattie .iad fond kis&cB warm. Only some broken toys; but oh! to mo They are the relics of a happy past: Kept as a tnnsure under look and key. Mementos of a time too bright to last.; Only some littlo garments worn and old,' Gazed at in secret sorrow now and then: Guarded as misers hoard their darlih rrold. And hide the treasure from tho oyesofxiien. Onlv two tiny shoe?, "worn out almost, You would not deem them worth ajiassing mongm; But oh! they conjure up a rushing host Of sweet,sad memories that come unsought. Only a little bed; how of...

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. — 11 November 1883

' OUNTY MINER. ..;--4r'v NO. 2 J - .1 ; yoJD.H. MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1883. MOHAV li .MQHAVE COUNTY MINER! Tty Published Etsbz Bokdat Bt ANSON H. SMITH & CO o 0 JiHEs J. Hyde, : o u Editor. SUBSCBIFTOX KATES: 'i s xr - One Copy, One Year 5.00 4 " Six Months 8.00 -" " Thr Months 1,50 Itnsle Comes to AIVEmTIBEe KATJB8: - On,incfe.ia. oolnran, 2.00 fop firs, c inser tion Rdl.00p iich for oh'"Mliitical . .r- -.. a -Vhber&l dwcoua't Yiim. above rat a wUJ ) i, nvn lunoonf tWnnsi- " J tion or .Uiuol-trzafaoe or tne. .umcea the i)red Scott Allow me to state some facts re lative to Judge Taney's feehugs towards tlie colored race. Some thirty years before his death he freed "his Blavea. This provps that ho was no lover of slavery. On one occasion speaking of the colon-d people with much emphasis he said: "Thank God that at least in one placw all men are equal - in the church of (iod I do not consider it any degradation to kneel side by side with a negro in thV: hbu...

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. — 11 November 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER James J. Hyde, Editor. MINERAL PARK, NOVEMBER 11, 18.S3. 32K , EDITORIAL XOTES. Good bye, Benjamin. iWhere 13 that 200,000 majority in New York. r J$J.zn89 McCiatchy. editor of thp Samenio Bee. died last week. Admiral Conrbet has assumofl com mand of the French forces at Hr.oi 'and will attack Bacnimh with 3,000 an thirteen puns. 'John Bright states that the ropott $iRt he intended to visit the Uri;d ..ts$as this winter is untrue. 33ie I't 'Verdo Cop per company. of YaVKptfi county haB just dtclwed a dividends $375000. 1 Chief Jostiga Coleridge is trying tr secure t.ho admission of foreign ajytgrB to practice in the British " a great deal of differencp "betff&'n a pruBpect and a mine, though there, are plenty who seem to think they are one and the same thing. The Phenix Gazette has been crib bing from us a good deal of late, without iSJiSSSdittoT items. TbjfGazette is too good a PaJJ8T'to be guilty of such con duct. Don't be afraid to do tho full amount of as...

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. — 11 November 1883

MOHAVE COTJNrY MINER. Special notices in the reading columns of tne Jjiikku -will be charged at the rate of KsaUeuu per hue for each insertion. J. Weyl, Notary Public, room 5. Bank Arizona Buildinc Presoott, is the authi ized agent of the Mohave Couxtx Mikeb ii x avapai eounty. MINERAL PARK, NOVEMBER 11, 1883 ARRIVAL. & DEPARTURE OP MAIL. Mineral Park to Kingman and all points eaBt and -west, daily, except bundays. Arrives U m., leaves 1 p. ni. Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arriveh Monday and Thurhdav at G p m., leave; 8un"day and Wednesday at 6 p. m. Mineral Park to Sitmal Arrives Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 11 a. m leaves Aionoav. YVednesdav and tnuav at "s p. m. W. M. Kbidkb. P. M. Multum News in Parvo Type. And now the merchant wary "Will deem it neoessary To have an advertisement well displayed played, played, Within hia local paper; For that's the proper caper By yhich to catch the oomiog autumn trade. trade, trade. Maoon Telegraph and Messenger. Pay your taxes. We"feel...

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. — 11 November 1883

The Empertr of China. The Chinese Emjuror, ruler of not less tknn 250,000,000 people, ib now fourteen years old, and in ave a' will attain his majority. He ihv although a minor, in the same apart rnanta occupied by his predecessor on the Dragon throne. Like the in, he i8,TwUiij still boy, spoken of b the-eunuchs, who constitute his per ianal atton:loats,as Foyoh,the 'Bnd dha Father," with the idea that he i worthy of the same worship aa thht accorded to Buddha in the temple of the followers of Saka. Like onr of fchoso living BuddhaB who may In seen in a lamsery on the Mongolian plateau, selected while still little bovn to the office of Incarnate Buddha, he ii knelt to by all his attendants and honored as a god. There ii this Ii7 farence1, that the respect felt for him is more profound than for them. The seclusion in which he is kept, also, ib ftr more complete. The building in which the Emperor lives is called Tang Hsin Tien, one of several occu pied by tne Empress: -Dowager and oth...

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. — 18 November 1883

i MINER r if It is: MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1883.! VOL. II. NO. 3. COUNTY . POBUSHED EVBBT SX3SDS.Y El ANSON H. SMITH & CO . . o o JiMs J. K'.ds. : : Ebitob. 0 0 . Cinti3ony, One Year --00 - vl Six Months 3.00 " Thrjse Months V50. Single Comes -0- -0 ADVERTISING KATES : One inch in column, 2.00 for first inser tion and 1.00 per inch for each additional . insertion. VA.HhrnlflisRnnnt from above rates mil bo made to persons who advertise largely by the year, half year or qvarter. Professional and bnsmess cards inserted or 2 per month or $20 per year. "E. G. DAKE, Boom CTj Merchants Ex oliange Building. San Francisco, Cal. is the sole agent for the Mohave County Mixes in that city. The paper is kept on file in his office. He is authorized to collect monies due this establishment; take orders for. Advertising and attend to any other . business devolving upon him as the repres entative of the publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Mineral Pari as second-class matt...

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. — 18 November 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER James J. Hyde, Editor. MINERAL PARK, NOVEMBER 18, 1SS3? EDITORIAL KOTES. Last Monday was the four hun dredth anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther. The, New-York Sun claim3 that Tilden will not be candidate for President in IS&i under any circum stances. During the past five years more than one hundred and sixty million dollars have been expended on new buildings in tho city of New York. ' The receipts for duties at the San Francisco Custom House amount to the snug little sum of more than seen and a half million dollars since January 1st. The value of the silver and copper produced in Arizona during 1883 will be between $15,000,000 and 16,000, 000. This places Arizona second on the list of bullion producers. The Washington monument will be 550 feet high and the highest structure in the world. The tower of the Cathedral at Cologne is now tbe highest in existence, being 511 feet high. Surveyor General Bobbins, of Ari zona, died in San Francisco last Wed nes...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
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