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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 8 April 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Special notices in the reading columns of the Mkkb will bo charged at the rato of Ten Cents per.hne for each insertion. J. Wevl. Notary Public, room 5. Bank of Arizona Building, Prescott, ia the author ized agent of the AIohave.Uountt juineb m Yavapai county. MINERAL PAEK, APRILS, 1883. Multum ,News in Parvo Type. Roe Bros, received a load of new groceries yesterday. Ask Tom Burke of Beanvilla if he has found his horse. H. H. Watkins will start for California tomorrow or Tuesday. It is now an assured fact that Lasscll knows how to drown a rat, This paper is sent to nearly every county in the State of California. It is expected that this term of the Dis trict Court will jclose about Wednesday next. ' ' - The funeral of Jonathan Adams took place last Monday at 4p. in. and was largely attendee? . "W. H. Taggart returned from his trip to Kansas City last Monday and was welcomed by everybody. John Buckley of Chloride was in town last Monday and Tuesday. You aro quite ...

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. — 8 April 1883

The Ostrieli Farm. Twentyrone ostriches arrived yes terday from South. Africa by the Southern Pacific railroad and were taken to their new homo about three miles from Costa Station on a farm of 640 acres that has been purchased for their residence. These rare and valuable birds are valued at 3,000 and the whole band occupying a bag gage car was insured for 20,000 in the Accident Insurance company for the benefit of their owners and not for their relatives as is the manner of other bipeds. This lot of birds, the first of their kind to settle on this coast, stand six and a half feet high without boots, and attract great at tention. While waiting over at the depot for ihe Anaheim train, they amused the spectators by swallowing some large oranges that were given them, without the trouble of masti cation. .Their powers or deglutition were an astonishment to those who saw them exercised. Dr. C. J. Sketch ley, of South Africa,-had charge of theTbirds andwe hope he will be suc: cessful in, ...

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. — 15 April 1883

COUNTY MINER MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, APRIL ,15 1883. VOL.1. NO. 24. MOHAV E OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor F. A. Tritle, Presoott. Secretary J. "W. Van Arman, Presoott Treasurer Thomas J. Butler, Presoott. Superintendent of Publio Instruction W. B. Horton, Tucson. Auditor E. P. Clark. Presoott. Supreme Court C. G. W. French, Chief Justice, Presoott; Daniel H. Pinney, Asso eiato JuBlice, Phoenix; W. Hoover, Asso elate Justice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney J. A. Zabristie, Tncson. U. S. Marshal Leon S. Tidball, Prescott, Supreme Court Keporter Murat MaBtor son, Prescott. Surveyor General J. "W . Bobbins, Tucson. TJ. S. Internal Revenue Collector Fisher, Tucson. Delegate to Congress G. H. Oury, Flor ence. Judge of First Judicial Distrio t TT. W. Hoover, Tucson. Judge of Second Judicial District Daniel H. Pinney, Phoenix. Judge of Third Judioial District C. G. If. French, Prescott. County. Sheriff Robert Steen. district Attorney W. G. Blakely. Beoorder J. K. Mackenzie...

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. — 15 April 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Published Evbby Susdat J3t ANSON H. SMITH & CO James- J. Hyije, . r: - ? - Editor. , 0I0: SUBSCKIl'TOX KATES: One Copy, O ne Year . . . r.00 f Six Mouths - 3.00 " " Threo Months r 1.50 Single Copies 25 -0 0- ADVJGBTISEYG KAT12S : One inSirih column, 2.00 for first inser tion and 1.00 per inch for ouch additional insertion. A liberal discount from above :rates will be made to persons who .advertise largely by the year, halt year or qvarter. Professional and business curds inserted r $2 per month or 20 per year -. E. C. DAKE, Kooni G.1, Merchants Ex change Building. S.m Francisco, Cil. is the ole agent for the -1oha.ve uoiixtx jiiseb is. that city. ' The ouper is kept on file in kis office. He is authorized to collect monies due.this 03tablis'4nut; taktrvorders for advertising-' -nml- attend- to' any other bsainess devolving upjn him as the. repres entative of the publishers. Entered at the pnstofSco in Mineral Park as second-class matter. 11INEEAL PAT.K, .APRI...

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. — 15 April 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER. Speoial Notices in the reading columns of the Mineb will bo charged at the rate of Ten Cents per line for each insertion. J. Weyl. Notary Public, room 5. Bank of Arizona Building, Prescott, is the author ized agent or tne jviohaye uounti iineb m Yavapai county. MINERAL PARK, APRIL 15, 1883. Multum .News in Parvo Type Court is over. Quito a change in the weaiher Taul Breon is back again from his trip to San Francisco Capt. Atchisson has gone to Stockton for a few days visit. Hon. Clark Churchill left yesterday morn ing for Pre3Colt. Some of oar young men aro talking about starting an evening school A. E. Davis, contemplates several im proveinents about his house and Jot. G. W. Brooks arid family are expected back in u few days from the Needles. C. Z. Lincoln loft for his home in Little Valley, Now York, last Tuesday morning JoePrisk was in town from Wallapai Moait.iin last Weluosday and Thursday. Uncle John Hughe3 contemplates build insra residence adioininc his ...

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. — 15 April 1883

Cropped hair is the newest abom ination among fashionable ladies. The hairpin manufacturers should rise tip as onq man to protest against the outrageous assault on their rights and privi leges In this manner the lympathies of all right feeling men must go to the makers for a .woman with cropped hair is of all 'hideous things, bob-tailed horses- and dogs with clipped ears not excepted, the most hideous. Boston Transcript"." "I notice," said one Austin lady to another, "that at our social gather ings you are always the last "one to leave." "I know it," was the reply, "but I have an object in view." "What is it?" 'I want to prevent the rest of you from slandering me." "O, you mean thing; you never like to see your friends enjoy themselves." Texas Sittings. A legislator, who has a large fami ly at home, and who has to be saving, entered an Austin avenue restaurant about dinner time and asked for a business consultation, which was granted. "How much do you charge for din aer!" Tifty cent...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 22 April 1883

VOL. 1. MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1883. NO. 25. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor F. A. Tritle, Preaoott. Secretary H. M. Van Annan, Prescott Attorney Genoral Clark Churchill. Treasurer Thomas J. Butler, PreBCott. Superintendent of Publio Instruction tf. B. Horton, Tucson. Auditor E. P. Clark. Prescott. Adjutant General M. H. Sherman. Supreme Court C. G. W. Frouch, Chief Justice, Prescott; Daniel H. Pinney, Asso ciate Justice, PhceDii;"W. W. Hooxer, Asso iat Justice, Tucson. S. District Attorney J. A. Zabriflkio, Tncaon. U. S. Marshal Leon S. Tidball, Prescott, Supreme Court Reporter Murat Master son, Prescott. Surveyor General J. "W. Bobbins, Tucson. TJ. S. Internal Revenue Collector Fisher, Tucson. Delegate to Congress G. H. Oury, Flor ence. Judge of First Judioial Distrie t W. W. Hoover, Tucson. Judge of Second Judicial District Daniel H. Pinney, Phoenix. Judge of Third Judicial District C. G If. French, Prescott. County. Sheriff Robert Steen. District Attorn...

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. — 22 April 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Published Eteby Sdndat Bi ANSON H. SMITH & CO James J. Hyde,, Jj. IMhtor SUBS CK1PTOX KATES: One Copy, One Year ' " Six Months 3.00 " " Three Months : V0 Single Copies 0- -0 ADTEUTIS ESG BATES : n One inch in column, 2.00 for first inser tion and 1.00 per inch for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates will bo made to persons who. advertise largely by jne year, Halt year or qvarter. v : Prof essional and business rdft-'inserfed or $2 psr month or $20 per year. E. C. DAKE. Boom G5. Merchants Ex change Building. S:m Francisco, Cal. is" the sole agent for the MonivE ConKTx JVIineb in that citv. The oatJor is kept on file in his offico. is. -authorized to.' collect mome? duo tins cstaulisiimeat; taKO oruers for advertising and attend to any other business devolving upon him as the repres entative of the publishers. Entered at the postofiice in Mineral Park &s second-class matter. M IXEB.AL PAUK, APEIL 22, 18S3. EDITORIAL XOTJSS. From p...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mohave County miner. — 22 April 1883

f MOHAVE GOUNIY MINER. Special noticftn in t.hn miflino rnlnmna nf the Mctkb will bo charged at the rato of Ten Cents per lino for oich insertion. J. Woyl. Kotary Public, room 5. Bank of AriiuuA jjuuamp, r rescott, 13 tne autnor izod agent of the Mohave Counit Mineb in xavapai county. MINERAL RXlTAPRIK 1833. Muitum News in Parvo Type "Windy weather. " f J" I , How do you do after tire storm. Eastern candies at Wattina Bros. W. H. Tagpart is expected back again in a few day 8. Ed. Thompson of Kingman was in town last Thursday. Win. II. Kleinwort has been appointed f Deputy-Sheriff. Judge Murphy returned from San Fran cisco last Tuesday. " 1 j -- Mrs. Churchill 01 Denver was a passenger on the stage last night. Ed. Eoeile left for his home in Chicago last Tuesday morning. Samuel Crozier of Truxton Springs was inPresoott a few days ago. Charlie Zimmor has gone down to Hardy yille, taking in the sights, etc. A new stock of clothing at Krider Bros. Suits from $10 up cash prices. "We have...

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. — 22 April 1883

Old Dog Tray. At the fire last Sunday night on Dupont street, near Glaj, San Fran cisco, the firo editor saw a sight that "was exciting and carried the witnes ses into a fever of sympathy for one of the brute creation. On the edge of the St. Francis Hotel, the build ing that was afire, a large Newfound land doer was trying to escape. Like a human beiiSg he voulcl stbrt for the fire, to be repulsed, and then lay his forepaws over the edge of the gut ter, in mute prayers for help from below; then, fearful of the jump of seventy feet that he thought must necessarilv be taken, he would turn again towards the fire, only to be re pulsed. At last the flames swept up against the palings that separated the buildings on the south, and eaught the bushy tail of the dog. Sweeping around he lost his balance, some one on the higher building in the meantime having thrown a stream against him. He hung for a few minutes by his fore-paws, and then a dozen of the fire boys were just be low, with should...

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. — 29 April 1883

COUNTY MINER MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1883. NO. 26. VOL. 1. MOHAV E OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor -F. A. Tritle, Presoott. Secretary H. M. Van Annan, Prescott. Attorney General Clark Chnrchill. Treasurer Thomas J. Butler, Presoott. Superintendent of Publio Instruction W. B Hcrton, Tucson. -Auditor E. P. Clark. Prescott. Adjutant General 31. H. Sherman. Supreme Court C. G. W. French, Chief Justice, Prescott; Daniel H. Pinney, Asso ciate Justice, Phoenix; "W. Hoow, Asso ciate Justice, Tucson. TJ. S. District Attorney J. A. Zabriskie, Tncson. U. S. Marshal Leon S. Tidb.ill, Prescott, Supreme Court Reporter Murat Master son, Prescott. Surveyor General J. "W. Bobbins, Tucson. TJ. S. Internal Ravenna Collector Fisher, Tucson. Delegate to Congress G. H. Oury, Flor ence. Judge of First Judicial Distrio t TV. W. HooTer, Tucson. Judge of Second Judicial District Daniel H. Pinney, Phoenix." Judge of Third Judicial District C. G. yr. French, Presoott. County. Sheriff R...

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. — 29 April 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Published Byebx Shkdax Bt ANSON H. SMITH &00 -o James J. Hyde, ; : ' Editor.! o- SUBSCKIPTOIt KATES: One Copv, One Year fi.OQ ' " Sis Months 3.00 " " Three Montlis 1,50 Sincle Conies.--. .. r. . .Vj .". 25 0- ADVJEESTISO'G KATES: One inch in coin mu .-L'.CO for 'first ' inser tion nndl.00 ner inoh for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from above rates -will be made to persons -who advertise largely by the jear, half year or qvarter. Professional and business cirds inserted or $2 per month or $2 J per year. E. C. DAKE, Koom Go, Merchants Es- ehanse 33uildmg. Sin Fraueisoo, Oal. is the sole aeenf Tor the iloavrs ConxTT Mutes .aat city. The pajier is kept on file in kis oSba. Hj is authorized to collect monies due th eblis;im?!it; .take orders for advertising and attend to any other busiues? devolving np a him as the repres entative of the published. Entered at the postoffice in Mineral Park as second-class matter; J1ISEEAL PARK, ATItlL 18.1SS3. Ariz...

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 April 1883

7 v MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Special notices in the reading oolnmns of the Mikkb "will bo charged at the rate of Ten Cents per line for each insertion. J. Wevl. Notarv Public, room 5. Bank of Arizona Building, Presoott, is the author- lzea agent 01 me jiohats uohsii jiikbb u xavapai county. MINERAL PARK, APRIL 29, 1883. Multum News in Parvo Type Aflsayers' Materials at Watkins Bros. J. W. Thompson of Quail Spring! is to-wn undor the doctor's care. Paints, oils and glass at Watkins Bros. Jas. Bosborough is expected to be Mineral Park in a fow days. Eastern candies at Watkins Bros. Tom Burke -wa3 in from Quail Springs last Friday. Fine assortment of candies at Watkins Bros. John Gird is stopping at Oak Gaeek with J. H. Johnson. Best cigars, pipes and tobaccos at "Wat kins Bros. A stoamor is advertised to leave Yuma on the first of May. A full Btook of cartridges at Watkins Bros. W. B.Taggart returned from a three days' trip to Kingman last Thursday. A now lot of knives, perfnmas and toilet...

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 April 1883

"When a Boston girl is presented "with a boqnet sife raises her eyes to Heaven, stand on tip toe and says "Oh, the permeating aroma of this altogether too lively exuberance of nature inflates my afflatus and kind les in my soul a passion that time cannot obliterate." "When a Chicago girl is presented with a boquet, she Bmilesand says: "Jiininy Jack, where did you hook it?" A new camp has been struck by some prospectors from Calico, about 100 miles off in Inyo county. The camp is in Death Valley, on the edge of the Panamint range of mountains and about forty miles from Panamint. Miners are already leaving Calico for that place, from -which ore brought in assayB 386 in silver and carries sev enteen per cent lead. Mining and Scientific Press. They are now telling a story of a Chicago girl who insisted on throw ing her shoe after a newly married couple. The carriage is a total wreck, the doctor has the bride and horse under treatment, and large numbers ot men are now searching the ruins...

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. — 6 May 1883

1 4 COUNTY MINER VOL. 1. MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1883. NO. 27. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor F. A. Tritle, Prescott. Secretary H. M. Van Annan, Presecti. Attorney General Clark Churchill. Treasurer Thomas J. Butler, Prescott. Superintendent of Pnblio Instruction- W. i ,herG ig morp houble from this iJ J Lor ton, itioson. SreIIiii and Bottom-Break in Ground. Auditor E. P. Clark. Prescott. Adjutant General II. H. Sherman. Supreme Court C. G. Vf. French, Chief initios, Prescott; Daniel H. Pinney, Asso- xate Justice, Phoenix; W. "W. HooTr, Absc tiatt Justice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney J. A. Zabriskie Tnoson. U. S. Marshal Leon S. Tidball, Prosoott Sapremo Court Reporter llurat Mastcr- in, Prescott. Snrreyor General J. "W. Robbing, Tucson U. S. Internal Kerenue ColUotor Fisher, Tucson. Delegate to Concross G. H. Oury. Flor ence. Judge of First Judicial Distrio t If. W HooTer, Tucson. Judge of Second Judioial District Daniel H. Pinney, Phoenix. Judge of Third...

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. — 6 May 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Ptjbliwhd Etibt Sukdat Bi ANSON H. SMITH & 00 -0 0 James J. Hyde, : : Editor, f o o-. " SUBSCRIPTO BATES: - " . . . Om Copy, One Year 5.00 Six Months 3.00 " " Three Months 1,50 Katie Copies 25 0 0 On inch in column, 2.00 for first inser tion and 1.00 per inoh for each additional insertion. A liberal discount from aboTe rates will be made to persona who advertise largely by the jear, naif year or qvarter. Professional and business oards ineeried r $2 per month or $20 per year. E. C. DAKE, Boom 65, Merchants Ex change Building. San Francisco, Cal. is the 'tola agent for the Mohave County Mtneb in that city. The paper is kept on file in his office. He is authorized to collect tonics due this establishment; take orders fr advertising and attend to any other bstiness devolving upon him as the: repres-tative.-of the publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Mineral Park aa second-class matter. MINERAL PATtK, MAY 6, 1883. EDITORIAL. NOTES. Considering the high "wind ...

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. — 6 May 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Spaoial notices in the roading columns of tho Minkb will be charged at the rate of Ten Cents por hue for eacli insertion. J. "Weyl. Notary Public, room 5. Bank of ATizona iiuiiuintr. rrescoii, is iub ui"' ized aent of the Mohatb Doukti Mineb in xnvapai county. MINERAL PARK, MAYG,I8S3. Muitum News in Parvo Type. at YVat Best cigars, pipes and tobaccos kins Bros. i John Gird was in town IaBt Jlondaj. ? ? t "Afull stock of cartridees at "WatkhiB toHei Bros. W. F. Grounds returned from Gold Basin last Sunday night. "A new lot of knives, psrf umas and articles at Watkins Bros. Hose bteen has assumed the entiro man agement of the Palace Hotel since the 1st. "Werks" stearic acid candles and kerosiue cheap at Watkins Bros. R. B. "White is the agent of the "Western Union Telegraph company at Kingman. Two carloads of lumber have arrived at Kingman for the Cupel mine at Stockton. Handkerchiefs, neckties and gents' socks at Watkins Bro3. .T. "W. Michael has the contract to p...

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. — 6 May 1883

Diving for Gold. There are ajjood many ways of mining for gold, and in California we hTQ tried nearly all of them. In hy draulic, drift, placer, bench, bar, and river mining particularly, we are pretty wen up. jbut we navo never made a success of getting gold from the bods of rivers when the watar iras flowing over the bed. We have nrned rivers aside and built wing dams, etc., so as to get at the aurifer us deposits, and have worked river beds at low stages of water, but none of our devices for pumping up gold from beneath the river have been sue oeesful or practical. Large amounts of money have been expended on drtdges and pumps for.working riv er bottoms and various plaus hav been adopted. In no case however, has any money beenmade out of the operation. The failure of, one did not jdeter" another, until repeated .failures were chronicled, And even now the same old plans are being tried elsewhero that have been aban doned here. SJ.ill there are people who contrive to bring gold up ...

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. — 13 May 1883

COUNTY -"ft. JM.I MINERAL PARK, A. T., SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1883. VOL. 1. NO. 28. MINER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. GoTofnar F. A. Tritlo, Prescott. Secretary H. 31. Van Arman, Preacctt. Attoruoj General Clark Churchill, Treasurer Thomas J. ButUr, Prescott. - Superintendent of Public Instruction TV. 5 Horton, Tucson. .Auditor E. P. Clark. Prescott. Adjutant General JI. H. Sherman 8uprene Court C. G. "W. French, Chief Justice, Prescott; Daniel H. Pinnej, Asso- iate Justice, Phoenix; W. W. HooTar, Asso- i&t Justice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney J. A. Zabriatie, Tncson. D. S. Marshal Leon S. Tidball, Prescott, Smpreme Court Reporter Murat JLwter n, Prescott. Surrejor General J. AV. Kobbins, Tucson. U. S. Internal EeTenuo ColUotor Tiiher, Tucson. Delegate to Congress G. H. Oury, Flor uce. ' Judge of First Judicial Distric t 17 W HooTer, Tucson. Judge of Second Judicial District Daniel H. Pinney, Phoenix. Judge of Third Judioial District C. G. "TT. French, Prescott. County. Sherif...

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. — 13 May 1883

MOHAVE COUNTY MINER Fnuisso Etbbx Suhdii St ANSON H. SMITH & CO o- Jjlmes J. Hyde, : : Editor. o 0- SUBSCRIPT RATES: Om GoprfO'ne Year; 5.00 Six Months....'..: 3.00 w " Three Months . . . . : 1,50 umcI Copies 25 5 ADVERTISING RATES : ' On inch in column. 2.00 for first inser tiea and 1.00 por inch for each additional iuertion. JL liberal discount from abore rates will bo Lda to persona who advertise largely by tka year, half year or qvarter. Professional and bnsiness oards inserted r $2 pr month or $20 per year. I. C. DAKE, Room K, Merchants Ex hanjjo'Buildinff. San Francisco, Gal. is the ola &cnt for the Mohave (JonxTY JNmjEE in that city. The paper is kept on file in kit office. Ho is authorized to collect wonios due this establishment; take orders f r advertising and attend to any other taiiness devolving upon him as the. repres entative of tne publishers. Entered at the postoffice in Minoral Park M Mcond-olass matter. ,3 MINERAL PAKE, MAY 13, 1883. EDITOKIAIi XOTES. .- r...

Publication Title: Mohave County Miner
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