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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 29 August 1891

mi iimrcinTiim i if i4 w it m mti km j T 3 m W h c wtt b iJ feV m Bbrf J K As f mniv3Ejgya iN69l The Mohaw Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY HARVEY JlUJBBl Sec and Treaa ANtSONItSMITiLEd and Manager Germany produced 770000 pounds of silver last year Popular self government is what the people of Arizona desire Arizona will adopt her tion by a largo majority new Two carloads of Big Bug onyx goon be shipped to New York will Tucson papers are complaining of the small size of their watermelons Carpet bag government must go Ar izona is large enough to paddle her own canoe ThiJ Two Republics nays that a print worku to cost 3800CK0 will soon be built in Nogales The King of Ashantee is allowed three thousand wives and no mother-in-law ever Iwthera him The incorporated cities of Arizona are making war on the poodles now running loose without tags The republicans now attribute the bountiful crops to the beneficial effects of the McICinley bill A six-year-old gill in Sacramento has been lent t...

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. — 29 August 1891

ii iiimi i ni i una iiiihiimiiwiii I rnTfrTrTr v rriTm n in - i i a 9 w Tans Mohave MlHBR Pabllnhod every Saturdayby the MI NERPU BLISH ingjdo Spoclal notices In tho reaiUiiff columns of tho UtasM will bo charged t tho rate of TKN CENTS per Hue for each Insertion Subscriber to this paper will confer a favor breHHfif notice of any lrrouliirlty iu Ittc de livery to this olllco KINOMAN LODGE NO ClTa 0 V meet every fucdny evedag at 8 oclook during the months of April May June July Aukuu and aeptcmbor awl nt 7 U0 Uuxiinr tho mouths of Oc toberNovember December JanuttryFobruary am March VhUlugbiothorgnrecordlnllyluvnv ed to atteud Wm mcirAiins N O M C Coprlanu rs LOCAL VmiEFS 0 F Kuoncer has gone to L03 Ango lea J L Nelson of Poach Springs is in town Tho Full form of School opens n week from next Monday W A Neil took over several loads of frutt to Mineral Park this week George Cook and wife of lie Needles are roistered at the Hubbt House Fred Brumbaeh carne down from Stockton Hill and ia ...

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. — 29 August 1891

II t h t fll The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE OOIIHTY MINING IN mil AVE COUNTY Fine Silver 93 Ktad 4 35 Copper 12 40 George M Bowora j working Bomy men in the Primerosi mine In Todd BuHiti and getting out good ore Matt Carr and his son Will are run ning i crosscut on the Coper World Thoy have a contract on tho mine that will tako them a year to complete Henry Roberts has struck a fi m stre ilc of gold ore in the vicinity of Now York district lie has a lino Hhowins and is taking out a largo amount of ore William Patterson eimo over Irom fhr Park a few dajs ago and haj gone on an extended trip to the eonntVy in the vicini ty of Cedar lie is an old time prospector and will not fail to find anything that may bo in the ground ho gons ovtfr that is apparent to tho naked eye The boiler at tho Empire mine Chlo ride went to pieces lust Saturday morn ing No one was tnjured but it necessi tates the shutting down of the mine for some time to come The mine has con siderable ground opened u...

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. — 29 August 1891

- THE M j I I IWWWWMWlMM - - K 3HLltf B OHAVB IlflrmnT No town can I - jli i BP 1H DFFIGIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY SUPEiWSORS PtiOCESDyGS The Hon Board of Supervisory of MohHo county Arizona Ty met at till courthouse In Kinsman on Monday loBiisHih A D 1601 at 10 oclock a Mir present Supervisors Suimujl Crozier mil G W Beooier1 J Gwlmiin qtgrk ni W G Blakvly district attorney Absent Danlfcl Smith 0u motion G W Bucrhcr was elootou chairman pro tarn On motion it id hcroby ordered that sha mx levy for tho present Usual year bo fj51on tM U 101 worth of tiucublo prop erty both real and personal to wit Territorial Gciwni Fund 25c on oaoh 100 Uiix ic Asylm Int 18c Lriilvctty Normal tfohool bcho 1 laterwt acet W Slnklni liluiralty Territorial inx Coauty purpoca Coutyeo9i tuucl Kcdetaptiou Road s County Tjix Total Tax n3fS 15 03 1 W 60 60 10 h 2W lio Voting aye Supurvisors Samuel Cro uer and G W Beeeher On motion it l hereby ordered tliat the district attorney V G Blakely be instructed to repres...

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. — 29 August 1891

v fct twH r j 4 ft i V I 4 a Sr it f L t In W ywpWP x Mteto vfeiPs V litems The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY The latest advices from the City of Mexico are to the effect that a great deal of apprehension is felt in that country in regard to crop prospects An alarming state of affairs exists In the principle grain producing districts owing to long continued drouths whilo in the atato of Vera Cms where large crops were ex- - pocted to be harvested heavy rains which have fallen incessantly since the loth ult have caused the Papalopam and San Juan rivers to leave their bpnk and extensive farming tracts along tholr banks are under water All crops in conse quence are reported to be a failure and the situation in Vera Cruz is desperate Cotton has been heavily damaged and the city of Ticotalpara is threatened Tho rivers are increasing in volume and the people residing there fear a total destruc tion of the place The crops between Tuxtepec and Ommattan have been swept away and t...

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. — 5 September 1891

if - i j SMI No 3 140 a 730 a Alia 535 a 1032 a It 47 a l2Mp 35p 525p 7S7p 935p U31p 145 a 343 a 8 t5a 015a VOL IX Six Month 2 00 sii6 Coplva j VflQ No L 2 40 a 930 a 1013 a 10 40 a lWa 2 42 p 4 03 p 7 alp UOOd 11 55 p lWa J ft a 7 35 a 10 17 a 3 56 p 4 20t lv Albuquerque ar 7pU STATIONS Coolidge Wingato Gallup Navojo Spring jlolbrook Winslow FlatfutatT Wllllama Prerfcott Junction Peach Spring Khnjmau Nctdlen Kenner PajSSttt Harrow Mohave B50p f82p 10 lP 1240p 9 IdverMnjc and lenl rate gheuou applies tioa to tblt office PROFESSIONAL CARDS COWAlr i LO ATTORNEY ATLAW Probata Jucfce of BXolwe Con ntv OflJoe in the Court House Kingman Arizona VV ATTORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Moaavo County hbucean Arizonn J ATTORNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to mines n specialty HiKEis B tLDWtK T W JoitwrroN A JUIISStTOf Brwiar ATTORNEYS AT LAW Presaott Arizona Will attond regular terms of thoDistr at Court in Apaobo and Mohave ooantiwi EMt A2IFOMtf ATTORNE...

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. — 5 September 1891

ld M is1 The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GOUHTY The magazines now iu course ot publi cation number 1778 There aro 377000 Europeans living at the Cape of Good Hope Africa It is reported that the wool product of Ohio will amount to 26000000 pounds this year It is said that Africa is nor completely encircled by submarine cables vrhfch make up altogether a length of 17000 miles The government has received formal notice of Ecuadors intention to sign new treaties of friendship and commerce with the United States Jav Gould ia in Colorodo and it is be lieved that he is trying to obtain control by purchase or otherwise of the Denver and Rio Grande road Theuamuge on Martinique island by the recent hurricane place he total at ten million dollars and loss of life three hun dred and soventy eight The Prencott hose team are practicing like nailers for competing with other teams at the Alhuquerque fur this month and are almost sure to win A curious fact in the history of pins is that when t...

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. — 5 September 1891

II 111 St r Il m Mrad IfflCWL PAPER OF THE 60UHV WeUl notice lii the reading columns of he h jfijaK vflu no cnnrcau i mo raio ui i je ukj y isllpul v v iuvit iiaiaeribcr to UiU Talcr will confer a fvn I HUidlnir noUco of aor Irregularity iu it JI aMAN loPOi NO 7r I 0 0 K Tinejfo r Swmof April Juno July August aha Etetntwr udRt7io Uurluj the mouth of Qt0 HtrKovorabar December JnuftryFttbruny tQ ftttf Ul I 1 fit Richard K Q M 0 CorKtiAnn itlg jo M Bowers unit wife 4ro registered the Hnbhs IIouso CtturUii Frolic is iu iown from hi cfotra near Chloride Jk Goodman whs up from the Samty r u load of provisions u few days ago fnhn Miuser euuie ui from tho Cotmftr CltfBp thi week nd will remain several A Carrow wis up from his ranch o t j andy with a loud of farm product ftfe week William Richards has been on the sieki 5 iit this week but is now blo to bit tfiwind again F Cofer brought in load of im wunsely biji watermelons from his Sandy Wli ttila week ilifss Julia Stilinoll went down to th...

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. — 5 September 1891

L t J - fiWk vi - - LHnirriirirT - mniiMii m T Miipg irii ill il w r - - J -I p nii - i - i rr 7 i Mm wiHhn tJ ffli j it- v - m - m rw I - ---352 5f 1 rV - r - 1 -3 flIC i WVj - - - r r - O -vim -- S8 v svi X IT -- y S -4 V i If MZ I- ir lO v i r If i HLi S 4 W -X Mt i JcS5 - I H 1 IMWBMWMMJMMMBJBMMCIMMMMWgaMnaMMMMMtMMMMMMMMM 1 1 II HIM I I I I I IIIIIM1 1 lWB Wl I I Mw T v The Mohave Miner Published wvyry Suturduyby the MINER PUBLISHING CO MINING IN MOHAVE COUNTY - Fine Silver 07 Tesid f 4 55 Copper 12 25 i Mrs Concejjcibn GrOst ha a carlpau of ore in the namphir awaiting treatment The ore in from the Ban Antonio mine near Mineral Park and is worth about 200 per ton The cofitnict on the Homeslalce mine is almost completed anil drifting willtbe commenced shortly The mine ih look ing well and gives great promise of being a good property A Vor Mehr manager of the Taggart Mercantile company went out Qerbiit yesterday Ho sayn that tlm mining in tereatM in and around Cerbat are looking n...

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. — 5 September 1891

vHtMiammib r WX iSS SV rr -- - i - V1 J V 3Sf The Mohave Mdier OFFICIAL PAPM OF THE GQJHYY We were 8hon by W Ttteevw a piece of paper money which we douht not is the oldest in the country remarks the Atlanta Constitution It belong to his wifes grandfather who was a Itforth Carolinian It is a twiity nveMoJIar bill made in 1780 and therefor 111 years old It bears this printing on its face North Carolina currency No 1484 Thia en tities the bearer to Twenty Five SpHniuh Milled Dollars or the value thereof in fold or Silver Agreeable to an Act on the Assembly paswwni at Newborn the 10th day o May 1780 It is slgnod by Jamea Cook and J W Coson In the left Imnd lower corner is Justitia Fedu ciam On the left hand side readintr side ways are the wortto Death to CountorfitM and opposite this ia XXV Dollars On th back of the bill are the worda Twenty Fiv Dollars and Printed by John Davis 1780 This is all on in except the border and the bill is in a good state of preservation U ig two and onerha...

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. — 5 September 1891

V i m3 s W - c yr ii 1jV a -a i t Lv V fc h Afe S tf iH rW W Stiver Going Abroad Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY jfr A V A Whats in a Namalet 0 girly girls With aunny curl Blue as the skies And lots of lovely things The poot sings Say wont you just the same Take on a proper name And drop Kerflop Be8ie and Essie and Mattie and Hattie and iiallie and Xallie and Hollie and Pollie and Bollieand Nellie and v Jennie and JCennie and Lizzie and Izzie and Maggie and Aggie and Lottie and Dottie and Annie and Fannie and Ettie and Hettie and Gertie and Fhrtio and Cirucie and Macie and Caesie and Latsie and Bettie and Nettie ana Kettie and Pettie and 4 Ilosie and Bosuie and Winnie and Minnie and So on at length May God eive us strenuth S3 J i Never to call ls4 oa y the8e name8 t all V Oh girly girls UV - With the eunny curls Etc r A Dana of the New York Sun The fact that this country is now ex porting silver not in large quantities it is true but nevertheless sufficient to be noticed has caus...

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. — 12 September 1891

h rl n vSrfBftS MfcWMufcJH fa - A tf IWUWWII VOXj IX vle Copy One Yaf iJx Moua t it 10 17 a 3 M p 123 p 7 10 p I Highest of all irv fcpivcning PJWr Or5 ABSO Ihe Mohave Miner SUBSCR1PTlOr4 RATES Vlbuquerquc ar oollUge Wingnte Gal up Navojo Springs Holbrook Winalow Flfftair WilUamt II w pi 1rcjiCoU Junction lft ieauu 5riiK3 i lift Kinjjman Kecdleh Teuucr Daggett Uarsow Mohave fi D 0 15 4 laverJtiu and legal ride given on applied PtFES3ION4L CADS 1 coir izv ATTOUKBY AT JAV gbttoJd e of M b wo f Jouuty 08M m I tUt IVirs tbmso Kingown Aizoim -I 7i ATTORNKY AT LAW ViUl DmryH UMrhey ff Momve County Kt in in Af iuit YOUS 12 1IU1CPIIV 4 J ATTOUNBY AT LXV iinmuin Arizona Milling litigation anil pbttimug patens to mines a specialty Hahrik Baldwin T W Johnston ATTORNEYS AT LAW Prec tf Arizm Will attend regular term of UuiDifitr ut Court in Apache nnI Moh ve Onntion j 17 15NAFlit Fj ATTORNEY AP LAty tro ioyi Arizni Will practicb in nil th w rs f tho Territory T -NOTARY POPLIO A ND CONAEYANCEK Mi...

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. — 12 September 1891

TV J X h i in ii nmnrimr m I - - i mi i h i f - jfTv ft 4KKit ski irar w f SSBHKLWlFv iTtJ3ni TjflllJILIJWMIIWrMMtrlMMiMF liuuiii l -- ui y ijuahir - - i W1 Tbo insurgents have established a pro visional government in Gbiii and have already been recognised by tho United States Arizona has great need of htatehood to build up her vast resources and our jeo pie will see to it th tt we get there this fall if puch a thing in omible Work on the Phenix end of he Arizona Midland railroad has been commenced t The completion of this roid will be a big thing for the S ilt River V dW It U said that Mexico has a rock that prophecies every change in the weather by changing its color It resembles the MoKinleyitea on tho tarifr business The Arizona constitutional convention will convene at Phenix September 7th Tha majority of the people ot Arizona favor statehood Albuquerque Citi zen Irrigating schemes are becoming as plentiful as flips in Arizona Of course a Keut many will materialize and greatly ...

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. — 12 September 1891

The Mohae Miner HTICIAL PAPER OF THE CQUHTY Social uotcK la tho rumilug column of the Miser will be charged M Ihe rate of TEN PEN is pr Hue for each liuertlou fabicrlbr8tothlappor will confer a favor hywnainrnoUroofaujrlrrosularUy la it3 4 Urery to this office KtKOMAM LODGK NO 7 1 0 O Y moots itery Tuesday ovculue at S o clock durtufj tho jwmthiof April Mny Juue July Aujribt and September aulat730duriup the mouth of Oc toberNovombor December JauuaryFebruary znJ Mftreh Vlsltlug brothers arecordUlUlnvtt 1 to auena K Richa BD9 O M c CoretAHo Ks zocazmtiuFs Abe Lefover is in town Wilbur Brakoraan paid Kingman a visit this week Jesso Gillilaml ia in Kinumun from Mineral Park Ed Thompson was in town froa the Empire mine this week B H Spar was up from Fort Mohave two or three days this week r Calvin Cuziuno was over from the fork attending court several days this weak J Watt Thompson came into town Thursday and took in the concert and dance Mrs Concepcion Gross of Mineral Park his bean vis...

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. — 12 September 1891

xinmiiiiimmmHi If i i Mil IHIIIII irilimiMitiymiin n in ii Hi 1111 maMMM nullum 111 Il I II II - I nr I I I II I II I t mmmMUrrtWCTK J k - I The Mohave Miner MINING IN MOHAVE COUNTY Pine Silver 97 Lead j 4 50 Copper 12 20 A carload of Diamond Jop oro waft worked in the sampler this week McDuffce rind Co have a carload of load oro ready for shipment from thoir claims near Chloride Abe Lafovro had a small lot of rich oro from a claim in Cedar worked at the sampler a few days ago Fred Brawn hauled in a carload ol ore from the Infallible mine the other day and had it crushed at the sampler Colorado parties are expected hero in a few days to invest inlbome of the rich mines in tho vicinity of Mineral Park and Chloride Beese M Jones who has been at work on some valuable lead mines near Cor bat sent in to tho sampler a lurge sized shipment of ore this week John K Mackenzie shipped nearly a carload of ore from the Cupel mine this woek This is part of the oro taken out before the shut down T...

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. — 12 September 1891

manaf of n tm1BMMnPTniiiiiiiiiBwi ThDCKIKCJ A HOUR TilHOUCW x Boakd -A Is rjimurked by the Industrial Her ald wojidere will never cease m thia progreiwivo ago New illwglrationa of thi remark are constantly coming to fca In almost ovory department of March and Industry It is only a tow tjaysninco the ElectrieaUteviow of Now York made the announcement that here in New York within a few weeks e have seen bicturea of Boundaand hr beard the abund of colora 1 A new and still more startling announcement haa been reported and brought to light by the peiformance of a celebrated electrician who Having stated that ho could think a uoie luruugn hii incu ward and wa hooted at for so doing connected a drill so that it coald bo actuated by the cur rant produced by the heat of thinking and actually did what he asserted o it Maid Later reports state that ho was ot the first to try the experiment which was carried out more thai twenty years ago by Dr Lombard of Harvard College The mental effort invol...

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. — 12 September 1891

I P I I9 L The Mohave Miher OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY A recent edition of the Nogules Herald contains the following i At dn early hour yesterday morning while Uie railroad yard men were doing some Switching a aniall Mexican boy named BOrquea ayed about 10 vearBj had hia right leg com pletely cut off between lie ankle and the knee Two cars were being ct in on the side track that runs close to the rear of the buildings on the west fride of Morley avenue when Yard Master Drayton dis covered the boy hanging on tho ladder of one of the cars and made him tret off Young Borques then climbed upon the Hide of one of the cars next to the build ings and the spaco being very nanow he became frightcued and fell ofF with the result stated Mr Flewelling picked the unfortunate lad tip and carried him to the International drug store Dr Chenoworth was called who assisted by Dr Stephen cut of the jigged fragment of the limb just below the knee This ought to be a warning to other boys but it will no...

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. — 19 September 1891

I W Y finrMhMin tfrWlfHfflWW wftlffiffllfiffi im aJr W QH Hn ttk 7 T 33 TMkJm mr v vfKvr iARn No S 14tu 7S0n Slla 1032 a tU7u 1251p 3 lo p 525p 7 57 p J 3i p 11 Sip 1 45 a 3 13 a 845 a Jloa No L 3 10 a 930 a 1013 a 104 a 105 a 2 12p 4 M p 7 21 p 900p 11 55 p 150 a 4 40 a 7 35 a 1017 a 3 50 p 4 20 p 7 40 p STATIONS lv Albuquerque ar CooHdge Wlusjato Gallup Navojo Hprlug Holbrook lnslow Flatcitan Willlamo PreacottJuuctiou Peach Sprlugs Ktngmau NecdleK a Fenuer f Daictt Uartow Mohave ii jgasss The Mohave Miner IUCIMSHKD KVKKV ATCItUA UV H3iiaro Couaty Miner Publishing Co ANSON H SMH Manager KINGMAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at the liJoIfice lit JCIuginun as sec iid ran mutter SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oitj tVijy One Year dtxMiMthfe iajie Copied - ft 00 2 00 10 Ulvcrftslue iiid legal rates glveu oa aupllea toi to iMbsoince rs i rf r ti MVVVW inM ii f a r - CS UH U3 AVlfWWMAAWVWWVWMMWVN 1 J ATIO UNE x AT L UV VtaU Hi Jod b of M hive Uounty Oftico in tin Court JIuuso JCmgm u Atfzoim W vr f OTt X...

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. — 19 September 1891

mmwl l1 mnmgunnm nin I n ml I m M m WMHB VL miBBnLSi f L fri 9 i iiiiiihu igiHWI wwMMTTr pwiwiMimiiiiMiiwiiiiiiimiiiiiMMi T -- I 5 IHB MOHAVR MfflBR OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY PublinluMl vury Saturday by thu Ml N EK U BLISH 1NG CO HARVEY HUBBS Stc and Treat ANXOXH SMITH Ed and Manager Prepare to ballot for Statehood DucnoH Ayrert fcold is quoted ut 802 per rent premium Lust Wednesday wan thu IJlet Miniver hary of ih Imleuewlmrv of Mexico Tho Toxuh ranker jre itlier the train robbers anil there tseeiuH Jo be a Htrong probability of their capture Thu train roMiwg tMHinert heems to ho loukiu up u ihiw h i Jeoi five trainH held up ihirimj the pant jnunth Arironn weather at thin mMSon of the ytyjri simply perfect Tuo nighta are cool d ihe daycare bright and balmy I mmm n im wl immhk niitJ T K G ibel li ih een appointed gen eral Mjpcriutendant of tho Atlantic and IjieifiV rdlrotd jrh headquarter at Al buquerque Prince Domini uonnori of the Queen of Hawaii is dead The Prince wah born m 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. — 19 September 1891

m t i yi lfl I i FFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY f Special ttottctot Ju tiio mdltiffTioIiiinna ofThA fret Hap for ejft Insertion Vf18 6aberbonijthLi vapor wilt confer a favor lywadiuenolffco of any regularity in ill do fivfcrytothlsof Ice foe SOMAN IPDOR NO 7 1 0 027 VVJ rr - IVBJUVK UUrlllS thft mtnind 17 nri i 11 r v iits iti September nm t7adanrlat tltc moj S5f oc 8d March Via MusbrotljeMttoorfflallyluvS 1 It Kuqbttll Ed Birke Frank Wilson John sights of Kinsman Toqjmy MttMnhcai is etlll holding the town flown - John Blakely Frank L Smith AVinl recrelon In 0vn thla k fr0m ta Flannigan Mr Haviland Malcolm Mc- duties of the W II T Mercantile Gos LoisbA M MacDuffee Capt W M Hlrdy Win Richards IvI llenson Clwis Iogan Mrs J2 J Godman Mrs Lidia I Iittridge There were also nine Haekberry citizens who went to take in fair Vpafprilfiv uni tho flffli Inrtlidiv ni branch store at Stockton Hill J Edgar Perry is attending the business dyrjng Mr Rodgers absence Jimmy Carroll is up from Cedar dis t...

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