MARCH 31, 1899

Charley Robbins Dead

It is the grim irony of fate that after a life of labor and comparative poverty, that Charley Robbins should be cut down at the very period of his existence that promised wealth and happiness.

Charley Robbins, one of the original discoverers of the Big Buffalo mine at Buffalo Hump, died in Lewiston of Pneumonia on March 31, 1899.



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