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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 11 July 1891

f an if 1 vy ii ll l n H ft 1 Iff V L V r h ft I- l -- - i e iff f gvr 1 The Mohave Meter OFFICIAL PAPER OF TH COUMTY MINING IN MOHAVE COUNTY The contract on tlio Hopeful inino in Totfil Bauin in bcinj pushed us rapidly uh possible Fr ink II unilton vws down from Wtl lapui mountain the olhoi day uftur mining-supplies Two curloada of Golconda oro worn shipped from Kingman this week to Col orado for reduction Ide Humblin is in from tho New Lon don mine looking after a team to h ml in a lir quantity of lead oro which ho has sacked on the dump of that mine J C Odon came in from tho Diamond Joo country Wednesdny nijrht Mr Ogden is now working on th old Marti nez mine and h a a goo I showing Tho new strike in llenklorf nmnel at the Park U p inning out well and the it a likelihood of the old man uikln z out i nice little fortune in tho next few months The mincH in and around Chloride are fast coming to the front In no motion of the county to day i thero ho much activity in mining mutton sh...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 11 July 1891

I I lLw - L gkinMIl1 I1 lillllllllllilMBMnlMIIMMWBMaIBMiMMMnMii TfZT T m I n -I innlrMniniiiiiiiiiiwiiinii mminmiimi iiiMiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimnrMicriTtnTrniiiririnrnrTnniiiinrrmni - urnimrwimfflirminnmiitiTimiirrTa r i - The Mohave Miner I OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUHTY ilio Ut8t liewii from South America how that the civil in Chili Mill con tinnea accompanied by the most horrible barbarities In 1849 I crowed Chili on my way from TJuenoA Ayres to California Our way led throuyji tho vulley of Acon cagua onq of the most beautiful and fer tile valleys in tho world Thovtholo valley seemed like tt villus no dense was the population and every inch of land wub carefully cultivated The people geemed far superior in intelligence and industry to any of the South American republicH that I hue visited and had for a long time been exempt from the civil ware nnd relution8 so common there But that is all changed now The Chili ans are phyaicnlly and mentally eup...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 11 July 1891

r 1U I- i - - - - - lWiy i i II The Mohave Miier OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE ClJUNTY It is very generally known that largo quantities of stiver are annually hidden away in India but it is not bo well known that more lately they have been laying iway gold there An English writer Bays that a connideiable part ofjj all the gold that goes to India never returns Having been obtained in the west by the sale of exported productions itlaretataed in the east as realized profits wealth stored up and to a moderate extent for use in the arts for the rest ns u repre sentative of value on the credit of which traders buy and sell with the bills of exchange they issue and the book credits they open and settle up the differences with the silver money of the country But the vast stock of gold accumulated there undergoes no diminution lhere is no ebb and flow under the reciprocal action which commerce enfqrces in the case of countries trading together on a common metallic basis The three mil lion sterling o...

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 July 1891

i i c iihwiiijii 11 f t h mmtmm wt 1 mwiin 1 inminmiinniiiiMnmriiniiiiiiii iminiiiij r I VOL IX KiyQMAy ARIZONA JULY 18 1891 NO 37 I m i niiMiiiin imii i iiiawuiiiiBiwwMwMiimTHiwiaimiiliwiiiliiinMii i n imiiiii inn Zm mi i iin n I Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report PowHer ABSQWmX PURE The Mohave Miner P0BW8KRD KVSar 8XT0K0AV fcY Moto County Miner Publishing Co ASSON H 8MJTH Manner KINGMAN MOHAVS CO ARIZONA Entered at tho PpstoffiSe In Kingman ai sec oud clacst matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Xewr Stx Mouths Single Copies MOO 2 00 10 AdverflsluR and legal rates given on applica tion to this office PROFESSIONAL CARDS T o cowan JU ATTORNEY AT LAW Probato Judee of Mohave County Ouloe in the Court House Kingman Arizona TXTIW BATCTXY V V - ATTORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Moaave County Klgraan Arizona ill 3IUHPHY JOHN ATTORNEY AT LAW Kinsman Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to mines n specialty Harris Baldwin T W Johjcsto fc JOHNKTOff BA...

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 July 1891

ljgsiis 44p lPwwBi1tf V fc 7 The Mohave Miner Published uveiy Saturduyby the MINER PUBLISHING CO JIAIihfrllUIiBSScc andTreaa ANitOtflLKMlTh Ed and Manager The Tucson podtoflice bus advanced to the second uIihh Tho value of tin in ihU country in said to be twenty five cont u pound It is thought thatjFort Whipple near PrescoU will shortly be abandoned Treasurer BurdbliV of Philadelphia has beeii sentenced lo fifrevn years in the pen Immigration to tint United Statou is greater this year thm for some yearn past I Tho new Pulooiuijitir pump is being used for irrigation purpoei in New Mexico The Silver Dollar published at Cleve land Ohio is doing I good work for the white metal i Tho Albuquerque Fair association oilers five hundred dollars for displayb o minerals at the fair The title to ubout four hundred thou sand acres of laud in Arizona will be passed on by the land court The big Worlds Fair baloon wa tjtruok by lightning he other day and b totally detroyudl It cost 25 003 Mohave cou...

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. — 18 July 1891

if THE Mohave Miner Published every Huturdayby the MINSK PUBLISHING CO IlAnVtSYJIUlihsjbreand iW ANSON ft SMITH JM md Manager Special uoUcch lu the rundltiz eolnmns of tho MiKKit will bu chrjnfI at the rate of TJBN CEX T8 pwr Hue for ach Jjertlon Subscribers to tlil paper will confer r favor ly spadlnx notice of any Irregularity in lt de livery to thidoUice KINGMAN JUODOK NO 7 I 0 O F Mectft every Tuesday owning ut 8 oejock durla the nonthjK April May June July Auswbt nud toberXriyember December January February and Miirlih Vialtlug br6thcrdftreeorUjflllyiuvft ed toattijnd WX JUtHAKDS NG Jf C C0PELVNI KS L0C1L miWFS tharles Lynch paid a flying visit totho Needles Thursday night Georgo M Bowers eamq down from Layne springs Thursday nighh W E Frorjt brought hi li fino beef Tuesday morning and paddled it around town t W II Lake accompanied by tho aliases Potts have gone on au extended tx to California frs J C Potts and daughter Eva Rill Jeave Monday morning for Prcscotc on a visit to r...

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. — 18 July 1891

UI1 4 The Mohave Miner official paper of the gqukty MINING IN MOHAVE COUNTY t FtneSilver OJ Lend 4 45 Copper 12 50 BeeWa big team hauled out a load of coal for the Arc mino Tuesday Sinking on the XJnpel etill continnea and no drifts will be run off for some time to come A contract will bo let to day to wink the shaft of the Ark mine povunfy feet dftypyr and steam will bo jot up and work com menced about Mondiy J 0 OKden has nuuriiod to the Dia mond Jot uouutiy with a laryo umoitnt of supplies and will now work thn old Mar tine mine in a scientific manner Tho main shaft is now down one dred and tvro feet on the Berkley mine Cedar district and drifting will be com menced from the bottom in a few days The tunnel on the Ilojwjfiil mine in Todd Basin will soon be completed A good body oc ore ban been tapped and tha mino is looking splendidly A contract to sink the main shaft on q IJomestake mine near Mineril lark vjill be let in a few davs or ua soon as the President of tho Denver Millin...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 18 July 1891

The Mohave Mdser OFFICIAL PAPER Of THE COUNTY CQHPLIMETrARY PRESS KEHTtQN Showing that the MINER is Coming tef the Front era a Lire Newspaper Tim Mohave County Mikeh jjotonta very creditable edition on the Fourth of July I contains large amount of reading matter pertaining to the resour cei of Mohave County Coconino Sun s The Mohave County Miner issued an excellent edition on the 4th of July It contained a large amount of interesting readiog matter setting forth the resour ces of Mohave county Journal Miner The TTpurth of July edition of the Mo have County Mikbb was a credit to the county and its progressive editor We hope he may get out a mammoth edition every 4th and trend us a copy FlagBtaff Democrat The last number of the Kingman Miner was a splendid leview of the mines of Mohave county Arizona That portion of Arizona is showing active pro gress in mining development Albuquer que Citizen The Miner of Kingman Mohave county issued a very good edition on July 4th Author of several ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 18 July 1891

mi 111 u I fr i it 4 I - i i i i i -- - iUBMKWilWBW J iMnL mmm mi- hiiiiiii mm in mini mi in nil ii im i i ton i in liiniinii T The Mohatb Miher OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUHTY Miaeral Park and Chloride The outlook for mining in this section seems far more prormning limn has been the case for several yearn and pIiouMUiq present pace be kept up there will be more mineral produced between now and January 1st 1892 tlutn for the same pe riod of time in many years paat Blr Davis on Sheruma Peak h3 de veloped one of the inoet promising mines in this section There are several leksera on the property and all have good oxe in sight and large quantities of high grade metal is being placed on the dump The Homcstake neaf Viiaf plaJ1 Will Boon bo worked by a full force of inon and as It has a fine streak of ore in tight it is eafe to say it will add greatly to the mineral output of this rdat mineral basin Louie Davidson ib working several men on the Ba len Baden mine near Canyon Station summit 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. — 25 July 1891

a wp ff iiLiaL n fiswfe t VJT itKuvi Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Atlant c Pacific R K IN EFFECT SUKIAT ALKIL 2f 189 J COAtlTECNOXH WESTWARD NO 3 la 7a 811a 8So 1032 a 1147 a 12 Mp 345p 5rp 7Wp 3 35p 113lp 115tt 3 13 a 8a 9 15 a I No 1 J0a 10 13 a 10 40 a 105 a 2 42p 105 p 721 p i00p 11 55 p 150 aJ 4 40 a 1017 a SMp 120p 7 40p STATIONS 8 lOaJlvAlboquerquo ar Coolldce 1 Window Gallup JavoJo Sprlugi IFolbrook wuudow Williams Precott Junction Pearh Spring Kingman N1m Fe liner DUiTRLtt JarUw MohAve EAKTWAKii No 2 J No 4 12 20 6 3 20 n OSOfltlOTia flnJO 10 a Slttpi 0 J0p SWpltWp 127l 603p nsooin 8Maf 7 25 a 415 ft 2 10 a 1131a BSOp 6 32n lOlp I243p 9 10 a 4 rtU t IM Xlp J Ojp loiep 84ra 610 a 320a 131a 827 Stod ALBUQUCKQUE A T t R 1 II JL for all pomtft East nnd South PBK8COTT JUNCnONPrescott it An- orn Ofntrvl KUlwjiy for Fort Whipple nnd Prescott BAKSTOWCalifornia Sontborn Hallway fqr 1os San Diego nnd other Southern OUifornii pointfi JIOIIAYC 4 inlbern Prto...

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. — 25 July 1891

r Mi u r K The Mohave Miner Published every Baturdayby the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY II UBBS Sec and Treat ANSON II MITII Ed and Manager The now telephone for Pheuir is now in operation Coal is reported to been struck within three miles of Prescott A terra of tho Supreme court convenes in Phenix nest September According to tho latest authentic re ports James O Blaine is enjoying the best of health and is not expected to live more than a month Trees of the fruit hearing order set out L ist spring in Kingman have thrived abaceandiv great many of them es pecially piirch trees will beat some fruit next year So much for the adaptability of Mohave county lands for horticultural purposes The Maiiave County Mixes issued a double number on July filled to the brim with interesting and truthful facts con cerning the greatness of Mohave county nnd the coming state of Arizona Such enterprise deserves to meet with success The MiNEitiis one of the best local papers in Arizona liind is improving s...

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. — 25 July 1891

lURVEYttUBBS Sec and Treaa n OKJLSMITUEd and Managtr y f SSVri n m 41 nntlpcd in tJtA runriillor nnliimnn nf tliti uftil hw churned at tho rate of TEN CENTS cllne or each i abortion liilnthlcmiriir tvtll ninttr o fnvilr Fndia uotce of RV Irregularity la ltd u ffNOjiCAX LODGE 4- 7 - - p H SLof April May June inly August and Semher and at7S0dlirlujr the months oi0 r November December JanuaryFehruarv i wwcIk Vlaltiue broiiheraarecordlallyluvi iikium hTKlCMABOSG MC COFKLAXP Rl LOCAL BRIEFS i jBwatiful moonlight nights icbarles Cutnmings was in town Mon- Charley Logan was in town several ujs this week PT A Goln was in town from Wallapaj a Tuesday lAwon H Smith made a flying trip to bwiaertjue thia week C E Crosa and wife of Chloride were town Monday afternoon John Rosa is still holding down hi a with blood in his ear S Mrs John C Potts and daughter Miiu w left for Prescott Monday morning i fm II Bricgs came up from the fatly Tuesday with a load of farm pro ice j Cart and horseback riding...

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. — 25 July 1891

5 I mil lnnm MHMIWHIHIIIII i inn innwn i t niivmilmx f t Atoi u I l I imam i m m fiBE MOHAVE MINER HI i 3ffioial PAPER OF THE COUNTY immi -1 mining in mHAvTcMmTT p I Fine Silver f MjB t ead 1 r Copper hi i he i ii linS - ii - Iff i I iA J i Ifo y v- Is f I 4 r r Wt i t 1 i will realize a fortune out MromikB n j i v jftSEH m fimaKib i Figm3 vijih KJjrBBFii rwmm iz - ae i ri ir X ok 4 40 12 80 James and Tom Mulligan have ton ISfcTtforOftttho Empire will ttvyaiting treatment IT rr w i A j jonn k aiucKenziBaigsiiu sinking on tlie vein of iho Cupolwlth fgoodf proa v pejets of striking ore in a short timo Tobo Wilkinson and Tommy McMHlion am working on the VcniS minis pm mountains anu nave a goou knowing Jack Little has three tons of lead ore from the Standby near Cerbar which runs sixty five ounces in nilver and forty ore per cent lead iampleand Jamison have six or eight inches of exceedingly fine ore in jthe winze they are sinkinU on the Nighthauk mmo to connect th the Grcg n i Thomas W...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 25 July 1891

E UP gsW rr w f The Mohave Miher 80GM PAPER OF JJJE QOMH upmor Pnwdwga Tim Honorable Board ot Supervisors of Mokiive County Arizona Territory mot as aiBoard of Equalization at tiio court houo in Kingman on Wednesday July 1st 891 Hi 1 oclock p ra PrjesentThe full board and tho clerk and V G Blakely district attorney InCthe matter of the assessment of the Big dandy milling and mining company on riuotiun it is hereby ordered that the assessed valuation of tho Signal patented rainq be aud the same in hereby raised froini 104 to 500 Voting aye the full board Tiia assessment of P E Collings raised on tdwn lots from 75 to 175 The assessment of Chaa Cumminga addad 100 head of range cattle 850 solvent debts 300 The assessment of Garden Springs mining company valuation of Ithica patented mine raised from 100 to 1500 The California Moss patented mine aseeiiaed to J H Harris ordered strick en from tho assessment roll said mine having been sold to the Territory for taxen The board then adjourned...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 25 July 1891

II in JlH 1 IB HiLautt AM JL h - I Jl The Mohave Miner 1 - y m9n 0opnft9 KINGMAN Crozier A Is III Ml la rJ f r r OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Crow Lynching I never would have believed Htorius told about crow justice luufcl not uttuudod their court Ono buuitfiful day in De cember I waa ridimr on Hie public road two miles nortii of Ilunlin Kb I had noticed great flockts of crows fl ing about mo and nvhen Hearing a cot ton wood grove in making a turn to the right I Ban hundreds of them perched in the trees in solid lines to the end of the rows Iliad read Bomcmhero that crows were well governed birds and when I aaw this fine looking body I judged that it eat there to give trial to an offender of aome sort I stopped my horse half fearing the crafty birds would fly adjourn court oreontinuo the case To my delight no attention Mas paid to me It takes a man with a gun to disturb thoae mocking im fttfdeni black legs I was just in time to hoar and tee all that was done From a tree at tho head ...

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. — 1 August 1891

V 1155 p laua 440 a 7ra 1017 a 3 56 p 4 20 p 7 40 p lvAlliuquerque ar Toolldgc Wingatc Gillup Wavoio Snrlutr Hobrooc Wlnslow Plagstaft Wllllaras Prewott Junction Peach 8prlug v Kingman Nccdlca Fenucr Daggett Bawtow Mohave ROHINSON Genl M naser l i V U drains 4 VwslraHf AiiKiv I It ar t it zxrs imwcma j - sat -aw i j hiikt t j 5r2iimAJaHftSd IIiM flTiMMfftMftflltir ffliMf1 pifimiiijj pijjjy mmm tit iv4 i IIHI IIII1M li II in nan mi i if whimmiii in - ZZZZ i wiiimi ii in- - iii ii niiiiniiiiiii IiIiimiwmw VOL 15 I KlkftMAN ATtlZOKA AUGUST 1 191 IK089 i n i IiiMIm1iiii wml I i r ii miihi - j Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Gftvt Report Reefed EASTWARD 12 20 a 6 50a 605 a 6 35p 305 p 12 win 8Wa 7 25 a 4 15fl 210o 1131 a 830p f32p lOp 1240p 9 40 a No 4 3 20a 10 35 a 1010 a 9 40p HAOp aifivn T50p 235p 105p 10l5p 9 41a ClOa 320ft 131 a 827 a id lLBUQUERQUEA T 8 1 II R for all potntSEaat and Honth FRESCOTT JUNCriONPrefXJoti Ari imi Central Railway for Fort Whipple Ad Irwoott BA...

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. — 1 August 1891

MI mkr 1 i mm rt t f t Sf r JrV p wHSr The Mohave Miner j iiibHhQl wory 8 iturlayly the MIN EH JPUBLISH I NGCO AN80XIL SMITH Ed and Manager Arizona needs n now surgeon general badly Statehood for Artumi mcintt id tor frco coirmgc ineasurcs in congress A liberal constitution will rtvuclvo tlio 4 snpport ot nmo tenths of tho voters o Muhuvo countv Tim Phenix Herald cluimsa population of 0500 for riionix Undoubtedly Ply itiis lgroini fat f A great many unlawful cohabitation eases will be presented to the next U Sf jjrand jury in Tucaon The coal find near Preacott has petered put the drill having been through the Jtlute formation and i now In sand roek To tako our plico among tho common wealths pf the union Aiizonu inubt be jome a iftate Now 13 tho accepted time The striking coal miners at Gallup Mpw Mexico ire Htill on a strike and ioal is conseqtiently becoming higher priced Eleven people under indictment at Ire cott hae plead guilty to the charge of unlawful cohabitation during this ...

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. — 1 August 1891

iff tobernvetnDr iccemsar jauusxyr eir Hary gud March Visltiug brother cd to atteud yHt K1CHARD8 fQ LpCvlLMlIEFS By Collins came in from the Ell mine it Culoride this week i i Judjje Blakelv paid Peach Springs a trint one day thii weok J 0 Potts went up to Peach Spring on official buwiM Thursday W h McGee was irr town fresa tlw Bndy Thruaday and Friday Jack White waain from Wallapapioun 6ain aftur a supply of uruh xt Tiiewiay John Koltr andJolm Moony have been kept very bufly on wagon work tkieneek Jolm Bikly wa UC COPKCAMD R8 i tw from kia ranch nrtttm m Autio Springs Tisky riteh i w 3 Tive MiaeM y a4 Julia Stillwell kre khm to FlagBtaft a vwvt to ftienda Charley Merritt was in town after up pliea or his ranch aear Canyon Station Thursday Jataw A Smith tins been called to Frwcoit as a witueiw Uitxktk Uuitt d 8UW Court t x J H Sjunplo John Jamison sjk Y H 3rigj were down from Layne Springs h first of the week Charle E Shtsrtnan and wife of Min eral Park paid their many friends in Ki...

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. — 1 August 1891

t0mw i wMmww - rpwwyww The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY MINING IN MOHAVE COUNTY Fine Silver l Lead h 4 Copper 12 Ufiwfm immmM IF45E mM W KvSffiBraaei m OK 30 40 Several small lots of oro were worked at fchearapler thisweek - Owing to the bids being too high no contracts wore let on the Anc mine Work on the Cupel is being prosecuted out f i 1 MattCarrhas taken one of the corth tracts on the Antler mine linear Yucca and Dan Steele another Frank Holmes who has been working inthe Cnpct mine for fjomo time past m now taking a much needed rest in King man The Miner is in receipt of some beau tiful specimens of copper silver glance ore from the Diamond Toe mine for which we return thanfc to Superintends ant Kinney f Peter Caffrey came down from Layne Springs Thursday evening While in town he will have a cartload of good grade ore from the Alpha mule run through the sampler J Henry Schaefer wilt commence work on his gold mine in Gjjld Basin in a abort time The mine is one that ...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 1 August 1891

The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GOUKTY Th Helenett Montana ileratii Bays it is reported upon reliable authority that many of the big herds of cattle in north ern Montana are to bo Bent to market this year Some companies are prepar ing to ship everything and go out of the busini3d This is rendered a matter of necessity in aomo localities Small farm ers and ranchers are settling in thickly And are fencing up nearly all the avail able water while sheep mon are occupy ing the country more and more overy year They are said to require less atten tion and are considered of much more advantage to the country Small springs and diminutive streams will suffice for them and in the opinion of a man well posted in the matter it is only a question of a fow years when large herd of cattle in Stuntuna will ha numbered among the thinjsd of the past Tab will result in bennflt to the state For w here many cattle existed in the hands of a few wealthy men the result will bo that many settlers will...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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