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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 19 September 1891

Hi - - - m niwnLii wBimiWnwwftwir 1 If f H i iwiiiiw mimw r QWI r s VJ v n tV 1 i 4 y v Tee Mohave Miser 4TWM7 IN MOHAVE COUNTY FinoSilver 97 Loaa A 4 fid Copper f 12 20 Goo Miller is iu from Weaver diatr jet with a small lot of silver ore running ono thousand dollars per ton JDobo Simonds haa purchased a no hair interest in Henry Koberta mining claim In New York district paying 1 G00 therefor The claim is said to Ixt quite valuable Hon L J Lassoll was ono of the udges dfthq mineral exhibit at thef Al buquerque fair and his name was a guar antee to exhibitors from thfs county that everything vould be fair and nquire The chlorldors on the Empire mino at Chloride are Bending a Kreit deal of rich ore to the surface They havo a great deal of ground to etopo out and will each get out with a neat little ptako The Empire mill in Todd Basin is run ning steadily on good ono The mill is in chprge of Mr Bid well a competent mill mnn trom California The ores arp worked up to about ninety five p...

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. — 19 September 1891

ii a - wrtr MMwriiiiiwiiiMiwi5 m nnw n y - fm Mohave Miner FFICIAL PAPER OF THE GOUHTY At some plueo in Now Jughiad whore h sandblast machine was employed n attempt was tniulQ to clean u dirty file by Wldlngit in tho jot This file was ot coarso cleaned t ottco but tho olivet was wmething more Tho file atthough a worn one hud all tho characteristics of a new one which as all tpochuuica know is a very noticeable change QUtor files m treated in tho same in wner with a p iiroiUr result and the discoverer I o prtnt tho process In fchls country assigning tho invomion to Messrs TllgUinun for Euroiwun countries Then I begins anothor round of oxperimonu to determine tho preclso nature of tho ffaCt prouueou ino oxporimons extended to giving a curtain number of uniform c stroke with files mid weighing the metal f out away Now files nnd Ul on were f treated until tho orcciso naturei of the effect was learned Every ono knows I how flies are cut with chisels that ran up shavings or teeth These ar...

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. — 19 September 1891

i s 1 - i If -11 J f jl f -x I I IV S if sW V I J i i Wi if Ml 4 The Mohave Mmer OfFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Fubliabed very Saturday by ibe MNgK JjUBLISHING CO HARVEY HUBBS ike and Trtat AK80 HMITIL Ed and Manager tjdpfc After the fight The evening twiliKhta pensive ray On the 1imni mountains lull While deeper uloora and Adues lay In every shady dell Above u8fOHned the mountains height Bathed in a roy flood And round its base the coming night Half veiled the bloody field 2tfo more its ratuparte echoed back The wir hoo ild and shrill 2v mori the deadly rifle crack Wat answered from the hill No more the rushing reamin shell Crashed hurtling throih the nkr Hiilitt 1 was the Indian warriorii yell The soldiers buttle cry Through mountain patsse deep and dim Keireatintr sad and hIow With drooping crest and wearied limb The baflted warrior go And as the night wind Boftiy crept Through tforge and canyon xvibl The Indian mother cowering wept And clapped her tawny ehtld When our camp tires g...

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. — 26 September 1891

wmnwnrMHWEjp VOL IX fUMIIBl EVKHY SUTCMDIY BY Mohave County Miner Publishing Co AHSQH H SMITH Manager KINGMAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at tho PoatolHco ill Klaginau aa nec ond class matter SUBSCRIPTION jRATES Oae Copy One Year Six Mouths 31uxle Copie3 Iv Albnqiterque ar12 20a Coolidgo Wlnpnte Ufiliup avoo Springs Jlolbrook Wi inflow KlaRKtaiT WUliamH Proscott Junction Peach Springs Kinsman Necdle Fcnnor DaSKctt Barftow Mobave 1 JlteMaksi sto Highest of all in leavening Poy u a J ft 00 2 00 10 Advertising and legal rates given on applica tion to this ortlce PRBFESSiOflAl CABDS Lo cowax ATTORNEY AT LW Probato Jadc of Mohave County Office fn the Court House Kingman Auzona 11 G ISLAK12Y ATTORNEY AT LAW And District Attorney of Mouiivu County Ki jgruau Arizona 11 aililtlPIIY JOII2I ATTORNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Mmhig litigation and obtaining patents to uuinos a specialty Uakkih iulowik T W Johnston fc JOIIffSTOH BIKJWJX ATTORNEYS AT LAW irecott Arizona Will attend regular torma of tho...

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. — 26 September 1891

-- -- - ifjirawmm jbp v u Iwwsaw - t imstoiiinriiitfSr itaiiwirtiiTfw1 lltM U t ttt Pj I fff VMmmmnmmmmtmMmmmmmtammmmmmmmtMmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmtmmimmimmummmflit 1 1 H rf I l The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY IIUBliS Sec and Treat ANSON H SMITH M and Manager Bulmecoda has passed to the great bo yond by the revolver rout Coal has boon found in the vicinity of Prescot on a railroad car The mayor of Tucson haa boon fined fifty dollars for unlawful co habitation Boss Buckley and his cohorts arc in hiding from tho San Francisco grand jury L J Lunsol made an excellent judge of the mineral exhibit at the fair in Al buquerque The great Hopkins will contest is on trial in Massachusetts The will will probably bo fiot aside A horrible murder was committed by a convict in San Quentin prison The murdered man was also a convict Young Mitchell defeated Keddy Gal lagher in thirteen rounds at the Call fornia Athletic club 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. — 26 September 1891

The Mohave Miner fjJAPBloirrCOTHTY Miner Speolul notices iu the re idlrnr column or t will be charged ut thS rate otTKN OintI per lino for each loertlon lw Subscriber to this paper by jeudine notice of any Irregularity will confer in a us favor u livery to this omco KIKOMAX LODGK KO 7 7fo oTp meet every ruusday eveuing at a oeloqk lurn tiK months of April May Juno July Ami it and September and nt7 so iinrinir th 1YL x1 toberNovember OecoHiber JiuiuaryKobruaVy ed to attend W HtCJiuiDs N G M C COlEHVD its local mtiis John llendry is in town from tho 0 0 D iirino Ed Henson is back from tho Albuquer que nur V Noal entovor to Mineral Park yesterday Thefomnle jedller paid Kingman a visit this week John Blakely has boon upending tho week in Kingman J M - Charles Gummhijjg was in from Wal lapni Springs yesterday John K Mackonio and wife are home airain from San Francisco Abo Lufevor has been enjoying King man climate for the past week Mrs Dol Beobe is enjoying the Bea breezea in tlid city o...

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. — 26 September 1891

- J r m tass The Mohave Miner JHAVM IN MOHAVE COUNTY Fino Silver Lead Copper m 97 4 50 12 20 The Prosperity Todd Basin will bo tartil next week with E F Thompson at tlm head Tiro machinery for tho Flares mill ar rived yesterday morning and will bo imuleri out in a few days Sinking haa been discontinued on tho Iloinejitake shaft and drifts havo been run oif both way from the bottom Joo Labaree and partner of the Lucky Find are on the roid to proap3rity with 70 snck3 on the dump and lota in sight The Empire Mill Todd Basin haa closed Town and nothing further will he done until new arrangements are made Pokir Thompson Olo Englebrech ten and John Campbell have strick a good prospect near the old Todd mine in Todd Basin MacDuffeo Co on the Silver Hill and the Kainbow havo at both locations a showing that justifies the largo ship ments of grub at both places James Carrol who has been visiting Kingman the pist week will leivi in a fw days for his camp near the Diamond Joe in the Cedar mini...

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. — 26 September 1891

wMMmwiimMwwmBv m w BlllWIIMimilllUII11 - - ill r7 ifflWl 1 w xw The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Statesman and Miner Aa Hbould bo the case Arizonaa n itittitioa makers now In session are roprfoMtatives of all great industries that gre cetined to make our ureal territorv one of the rich and progressive suites of tfce Union Mohave county has sent Ex Lcgislativo Councilman Foster S Dennis to voice her sentiments in tho title upora for her ad mission to statohpod Ho is a leader in the mining development of his county and operates with a view to future min eral output as well as pressnt dividends For instance one mine in 0 0 D Basin spaying nicely hut Delegate Dennis is not satisfied to simply work that out sell it then to some foreign syndicate suckers nd retire on his hard earned profits as go many do While the 0 0 D is yielding good returns the enterprising gsntleraan has two other properties one ut Cerbat and one in Cedar valley tn ac tive development Thus if one claim s...

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. — 26 September 1891

l iwnwafmuMwimumwiiiKim wwi Mlww I i tin C The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY LMng on his Nerve 1 Dr Talinfero of San Rafael used to tell a wonderful story of a Sin Quintan con vict a highwayman In for lite A lot of prisoners under guard were engaged in nnloading a schooner at the wharf on San Quintan point and were ordered to warp the vessel around to another land ing They went aboard and ahoved her off Upon the hill tho other guarda mistook tho maneuver for an attempt on the part of the other convicts to escape Ah a consequenco they trained their cannon on the schooner and before tho mistake was discovered bowled over about a score of prisoners with grapoehcft v x Dr Talifero was called to attend tho wounded men This is how he told7 of his experience with the gritty highway man When I came to the fellow I pulled his blanket down looked at his wound pulled the i blanket back and passed to tha next patient I gave hirn five min uteu more of life A grape shot had Htruck him...

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. — 3 October 1891

im11iiU1imiiiiiw sMBC Z l IllHIHIWIIKiillll llli ml I I MIWUWIiilHiWIII1 BlliyillMIIMIIIIilllBIIIIHMHIIIIIW ANSON H SMITH Manager KINGMAN MOHAVE CO ARIZONA Entered at the FoatofRce in Kingman as tec ond class matter EL SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy One Year Six Mouths Single Copies 210 a 11 31 a 830p 6 321 10IP 1240p 9 10 a 4 00 2 00 10 Adverf Islne and legal rates given ou applica tion to this office PROFESSIONS CA3D3 cor AH L ATTORNEY AT LWV Probate Judjo of M diavo County OlHce tn the Court House Kingman Arizona O BLAKfSlTY WIS ATTORNEY AT LAW And Dintriit Attorney uf Moaave County Kidman Ar z iia TOIltf M MUUPIIY J ATTORNEY AT LAW Kingman Arizona Mining litigation and obtaining patents to mines a specialty Hahh Baldwin T W Johnston 1 1 win jronssToif B ATTORNEYS AT LAW Frescot Arizona Will attend regular terms of tho Distrct Court in Apache and Mohave oonntifl EM HA2VFOKIK ATTORNEY AT LAW lje oott Arizona Will practice in all the eoirta of tho Territory ikci aitkrx NOTARY POPLIC 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. — 3 October 1891

f - The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Published every Saturday by the MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY HUBBS Sec and Treat ANSON H SMITH Ed and Manager Globe is to have a prize fight Michigans wheat harvest yields one million or more bushels above the esti mate Miss Alice Miller a young colored woman has been nominated or the school board in Boston A general strike is feared in the Evans ville Ind coal region for an increase of wages of ten ct nts per ton The majority report exculpating Lan gevin has been accepted by the lower house of the Canadian Parliament Jay Gould is said to have authorized the exppnditure of 1 005000 for a Mis souri Pacific display at the Worlds Fair The Ohio Democrats are warming tip to their work Governor Campbell feels confident of a large Democratic Presi dential majority in 1802 The breaking of ground for the North and South road means the beginning of a new era in Arizonas history Next move statehood Prospector The rush into the townsite of Chandle...

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. — 3 October 1891

The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PAPER jf THE COWlfv Special notices lu tbo r adlus columni ofU Miser vrili be charged t the rote oITENCt ffi ih perlluo or each liuectUjp Snbscribora to thU papjit win confer WZ by loudlae tfih notloo of iny IniJutarlSr li a lu a J livery to office KINGMAN LODQK NO 7 I 0 0 V meU every Tuesday evening its oelock durli thU uonflu of April MayjUne Tuly Auii ad September andat7JdLirlni thSuflr tobcrNovemberDecomlwrJanuaPebrijftrr od to attend W KlCJUKDfl jf a tNbi8 M C COfBLAND R8 jwctfz mtisFs Henry Madison is rusticating in King man Joe Morgan is taking in the eights of Kingman this week Kingraari has a ctfeps tablo to allure tho unsuspecting youth Iko Con key was in town Sunday and reports tho Park as quiet W G Blakely went up to Hackberry Friday morning on buslnoBs Frank Wilson wont over to Campbell Thursday to assist in erecting the Flores mill Jack Kinny is again behind tho bar in Russell and Ziemora dispensing liquid refreshments Several Cattlemen from W...

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. — 3 October 1891

V J Cl vC tf UWUIj HI WKT T 1 I 1- M S w 1rV The Mohave Miner NININQ IN MOHAVE COUNTf y J FineSilver 97J Lead 4 50 Copper 12 20 Ids Himibin is now at work on the New 1ondon qouth extension and taking out bo me nice lead oro William Ilutt baa gono back to thd Needles mountains to commence oper ations on his claims in that locality Joe Labaroe and -Al Eaton nre digjinn out rich horn silver ore in largo quanti ties from the Eli mine near Chloride W B Campbell still keep pegging away on his gold mine in the Twins gulch end succeeds in taking out jrood big wages every month John Barry was in town this week aftef supplies Ho intends to shortly begin extensive operations on a number of his valuable mining properties Frank Hamilton and Dr Smith are working on the Mississippi mine in Wal Iapai mountain and judging by the ap pearance of their ore pil they are doing well This is the Reason of the year when our miners should commence to do their annual ussesment work as further neg lect may los...

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. — 3 October 1891

The Mohave- Miner Speaking of luck in mining tboUUT gincerlng and Mining Journal refers to the discovery of tho Littlo 1ittaburg mine in Leadville Colorado Oro had boon found on Iron Hill but wUU the knowl edge of tho geology of tho place iK8Soased by prospectors at that time there was no reason to look for tho vein on Fryer Hill more limn a milo distant from tho original discovery where thero was no float outcrop or other surface indications A party of proprietors however work ing on a grub stako Hot out to Hink a abaft on this hill Half way up tho hill they stopimd as the Htory goes to re fresh tnemsolves from tho jug of whiskey which they had with them Seduced by the charms of this fluid they remained 6o tho spot until the Hupply was ex hausted when one of tho number sug gested that thoy might as welt sink a shaft at tho spot where thoy were as any where on the hill This proposition was acted upon with tho result that oro waa struck after tanking few foot Curiously this waa where...

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. — 3 October 1891

3 i f 1 V K5MIB rafllSSiiKl SWWWSHTA The Mohayb Miner OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY A Mining Failure and its Causes The Lordaburg Liberal commenting on the failure of the Congo Mining Co at Clifton says The troublo in this case like most of the failures in this section ot the country in mining business is not due to the camp nor the oro but to the im proper management of the men who were working tho proposition Messrs Hud son and Dessoret are most excellent gen tlemen and undoubtedly good business men in their lines the one as a publisher of a newspaper and the other as mer chant but they are not witling tnen al though it is doubtful if either of them know this to be a fact They came on here from Missouri with money in their pockets hopes in their breasts a good proposition to work on and excellent chances to make lots of money but un fortunately they did not understand tho business they had undertaken and fail ure was the result To enumerate Borne oftho mistakes they made might expl...

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. — 10 October 1891

v PjiHHMnmBTC MSUraCT WKHRHnE V MK3 W - VOL IX SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Copy Out Year Six itonths Sluglo Cpivs 8 10 a 9 33 a 10 i a 1J4Ja 105 a 2 lip 7 21p yoop 11 55p 1 0 a J lia 7 3 a 1017 a 3p 4 20 p 7p No 2 Iv Albnquerqne ar 12 20 n Coolidge injfato Gallop Naojo springs llolbrook Wliilow FlnpatufT Willami Prcscott Jiiiictlou Peach SprJugi Klnsniau Needle Tenner Daggett Uaratow Mohave r GbOa 6 05 a f ai p OS p 127p 1200m 8 SO a 7 25 a 415 a 2 10 a 1131a 830p 6 32 p 1 01 p 2 10p 9 40 a 1 00 2 00 10 tlou to this oillcc PR3FESSmJ4L CADS LO COM AX ATTORNEY AT L V Probiitojadj o o M lnvo County OUlco in the Court lluuio KinRnnu Uioni yf ATIOUNEY AT LAW Ana Distrirt Attoruoy f Aloaivo County Kt uimtii Ar na O ATIOKNCY at law Kuuiutu rizona Mining litigation and obtaining intents to mines a gpooinlty IIiRem IUmiwix T W Johnston ATJOltHEYd AT LAW recot Anzinn Wnl attend niguliir forms of tho Dtstr t Court in Apicho and Moho cinntics T7 31 tiyriIB lid v ALTOltNEY AT LW Irooon Anona Will pmo...

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. — 10 October 1891

m Sf The Mohave Miner OFFICIAL PPR OF THE COUNTY Published overy Saturday by tho MINER PUBLISHING CO HARVEY 11 UBBS See and Treat ANSON IT SM1T11 Ed and Manager Arizona will adopt her constitution on the first of December Italy has decided to take no part in the Worlds Fair The Kin of Tuesday last Wurtemburg died on Two silver senators will be quite an in ducement for the admission of Arizona It is rumored that Ex Governor Che ney of New Hampshire will succeed Bedfield Proctor as Secretary of War A rumor is in circulation that the Utah Southern intends to build their road south from Milford to connect with the Arizona Midland at Ash Fork Mexico so long under a peaceful re publican form of government is showing signs of uneasiness and a revolt in that portion of the country is not unexpected Henri Rochefort the great French edi tor demonstrated his friendship for Gen eral Boulanger by the number and tone of the articles eulogiziog the dead Gen eral Arizonans should feel proud 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. — 10 October 1891

V f t jt IiflK vWP9BRu i Mi i I I Ill i yw iHMtfi I JlBlK hphrhhhhhh The Mohave Miner jwi w U from the sandy nil hlulmui 4ltr 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Special notice u tho readtuK column of the Minbr w ill be charged at tho rate of IKN CENTS per Hue or each liucitloti Subscribers to this paper wttl coufer a favor by seaiHnx jotlce of ay irregularity ti it de livery to this ofilco KINQMAN LODGE NO 7 I 0 O F meets every Tuesday e veal uk at 8 o clock durliic the jaoHtha of April May June July August and September audat7so during the mouthaofoc toberNorcmber December Jauuarv Febrtiarv ami Maruh VLiUiug brother arecordlallyluvft cd to attuud WM UICIIABDS N O M C COPEtAND JlS LOCAL mIEFS By Sennan Is In town from the Gol conchi triino Yo editor took a flying trip to Needle Thurnduy night WM Wilker was in town from thct Distaff Thursday Chas Clinton took a flying trip toMin era Park Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ooas of Chloride were in tovvn one day this week Cummings paid a visit to the mine...

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. — 10 October 1891

arrffJSBf IJgs5lI133 iff fc mm w HHilS I - IllMill 1 MJHU1iiill L The Mohave Miner H I MINING IN MOHAVE COUNTY lH f 1lJ it 1 n i FineSilver 9G Lwul 4 fi5 Copper 12 20 D W Grant in loifiinjj on tho Schuyl kill and fa doing well Tho Stlvor Hill property leased by MacDufFeo Co never looked better The lessee6 on the OFallon havo the whip in position and tho mine never looked so promising Mo0 will a uid next week concerning this valuable pros pect Joe Lahore and Al E iton will scna a carlo id shipment of ore next week from the Eli property in Blow pipe Flat no ir Chloride The rock is aaid to be very high grade It is rumoied that A M MncDiiUVe will ho the underground forem 111 at the Flore Mm is an old and experienced miner and knows how to work u mine systematically and economically Lust night 173 packs of 39J oro from the Ntghthawk mine and 303 sacks from the Primerosa was shipped to the Sulby Smelter San Francisco Geo M BowerH superintendent of the Kighth iwk and sole owner of the rime...

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. — 10 October 1891

iwmMiiwiwuiiMmmvwftwwwiwHirniimTww mw5Rn 1ki ULMBHtT aSVWBH Mi4 1 WWMWJKi - Ai xdHaUSIilWHKlKIBHHfllHiramKBIb8aBkbl iifcV3l Jhb Mohave Miner IASirFlHEC0i ir 8an itorming Theatricals An old rtory I revived by a writer or tto Epocln and Edwin Booth is made tho object of it HqjukI hia company worn r r pi4inut wee uinumir Virginia Tho Ule Ben Ijurker in quoted by thu Kpoch The Improvised theatre wis afl tobacco warehouse and was crowded by the ptoniera jrom miica around Wo had arranged ti tuko the weekly Htoaraer ex pected to cull it night and between the acts were busy packing up The play was the Merchant of Venice und thoy ero just going on for the trial scene when we hoard a whistle and tho man ager came in to Bay that tho steamer hud arrived and would leave again in ton min utes If w explain matters said tho manager they will think thoy are beinir cheated and we will have a freo fight The only thing is for you fel lows to gelt up a natural ending to the piece and bring down tho curt...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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