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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1904. Forty-First Year HALF DOZEN OF ND CTMENTS Returned by the Grand Jury Yesterday. Bustamante Charged, With Murder, Will Plead on Monday Sever al Plead Guilty. The grand jury submitted another partial report to the court on Satur day' morning reporting indictments as follows: Andreas Bustamante, mur der: Manuel Valdez, burglary: Hank Fields and Charles King, grand lar ceny; Nelson Wolfe, forgery; Barney Joyce, grand larceny. Charges were ignored as follows: against Barry Baker, Lew Willard, Tom Brown and Archie Brown and J. A. Stapp. J-J. V. Hodges plead guilty to a charge of burlgary and will be sen tenced on Monday. In tho case of Belcher et al vs Mc Crum, a number of exhibits withdrawn. were Brown Bros vs F. L. Burns et al was set for trial December Qtb. In the case of the territory vs Feli ciana Mendoza, a demurrer was sus tained and the case referred to the grand jury again. Byr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

N. LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. Sheriff Roberts went south on last -evenings train. Frank Lecklider came in last even ing from Poland. .Lester Jackson returned Tuesday evening from his visit east. Robert Perrin the Coconino stock man was in town yesterday. Air. and Mrs; A.W. Edwards returned last night from their visit east Charley Morse, a well known miner of this cection left yesterday for Je rome. Mr. and Mrs. George Burch went to Skull valley last evening to visit the latter's mother. Lu P. Xollis the Tnrkey Creek mer chant was in town yesterday and will return home today. Copper money is a potent factor in politics when properly applied as it "was on Tuesday last. J. H. Hise returned on last evening's train from Los Angeles but went on through to Kirkland. IL A. Kendall, of the Soranton cor respondence school left on last even ing's train for the south. Qur evening contemporary promises that "Smith will do his best for us." "Well now this is gratifying. M. A. Perkins, a...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

IN THE EUREKA DISTRICT. Activity is Resumed on an Old and Well Known Property. D. W. Moody, a mining man of this city and an officer of the American Gold Mining company has just return ed from the Eureka district, Arizona, where the company has property. The Eureka district is in Yavapai county, about eighty miles west of Prescott. "Before the hot weather eet in there was considerable mining activity throughout that section of Arizona," said Mr. Moody, in a recent issue of the Los Angeles Express. "1 am look ing for resumption of it, of course, now that cooler weather has come. The whole Eureka district is heavily mineralized, and with capital and development there is no doubt a num ber of big mines will be opened in the future in addition to those already there. "Our property is known as the Blacksmith group of claims and is sit uated about a mile and a half from Copper creek. It originally was lo cated by an old mining man, who was thoroughly familiar with that section of the coun...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

Arizona Journal-Miner Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established 1S64. Pnblished By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper Citj of Preecott. Published every day except Mondays. THE JOURNAL-MINER will be continued un til ordered stopped. Bills are sent oat egalarly, and subscribers are requested to pay the samo as promptly as possible. Subscribers tfho desire the paper stopped at any time are rgently requested to send notice to thl office nd pay up the amount due. THE EASTERN OFFICES ol this paper are at 234 Temple Court. New York City, and U. a. Express Building, Washington Street, Chi cago. E. KATZ Advertising Agency in charge, where the paper is kept on tile. TERH5: Daily per year $9.00 " montli 7o Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 FEEDING THE FLAMES. The notoriety given the robbery of the treasury of Yavapai county is due to the eagerness of the Prescott Her ald to feed the public with a daily dissertation of the fulsome matter. In i...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

IP TO JEROME - AND CAMP VERDE v. Beautiful Scenery, and Crooked Railroad. A Traveler's First Impression of the Great Copper Camp oi' Jerome. By Dr. J. Waterloo Dinsdale. We left Pre-rott at 11 a.m., October 20, 1904, armed at Jerome Junction an hour later where we changed cars, taking the United Verdo and Pacific railroad to, Jerome. The train was al most ready to start, but. one of the passengeis had a desire to refresh the inner man, and the conductor was kind enough to "wait while he ate" and judging from the length of time he took for his repast, he must have bad a good dinner and a very empty stomach. On our return we took din ner at the hotel and I hen fully realized why our fellow pisacnger lingered so long at the festive board. In due time our fellow passenger with a satisfied expression made bi9 appearance. The hotel man rushed out and yelled "letergo" we all scrambled aboard and away wo went. For the first few miles the road was smooth and straight, the scenery tame, then ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

Application tor Patent. United States Land Office, I Prescott, Arizona. Sept. 21, 1001. f Kotice 13 hereby given that Cumberland Mining Compary, by E. D. Seaton.its attor-ney-iu fact, whose postofttce address is Pres cott, Arizona, has made application to the United States for a patent tor 13.991.09 feet of the Central Station, Cumberland. Xorth Star. Jim Blaine, Mountain Shorty, Milligan, 10, No. 9, Stanley and Blue Jay lodes, Sur. No. 1952, beariug, gold, silver and cop per, -with surface ground COO ft each in width, unsurveyed, situate aDproximately in Sec 3, tp 11 n, r 1 w, G fc S R M, in Turkey Greek mining district, Yavapai county, Arizona, which is more fully described as to metes and bounds by the official plat and field notes ot survey thereon pasted and now on file in this office, which field notes of survey describe the boundaries and extent of said claim on the surface, with magnetic varia tion at 14 deg Cj as follows, to-wit : Cumberland Lode Beginning at cor No 1, iden...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

Hill I IT ITV ' 11 " WORLD'S CAID I Do You Know $i tibat the i Southern Pacific: Offers choice of FOUR Routes to St. Louis, and that it costs no more to go via San Antonio or New Orleans ? Stop-overs on all nund trip tickets. Pullman andJTourist cars via all r -tit- . Full information Gty Ticket Of lice, 22 North Centre Street.SPHoenix, Arizona. M. O. BICKNELL, Agent. kikiktktkikilukikkC SYSTEM OPENING -OF A New and Thoroughly & Equipped Line BETWEEN St. Louis and Chicago SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1904. Thoroughly Equipped trains leave St. .Louis and Chicago nightly (after arrival of incoming trains), arriving either city the following morning. Equipment entirely new; lavibh in design, elaborate in furnishings. Ask your Ticket Agent, or address, PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPT St. Louis. ...DEL riONTE... RESTAURANT & CAFE SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS Oren Day and Night. Private Dining Rooms. Regular Meals 25c RAL3LE BLOCK. A fool once saiid s.11 whiskies .i-e goo'd? The wise man selects merit a?...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 16 November 1904

LOCAL BRIEFS. Fjom Snuday's Uaiiy. Col. H. A. Owens was in town yes terday. R. M. Dougherty, of Crown King, was in town yesterday. K. H. Burmister went to Phenix on Priday night for a week's visit. T. C. Archer went to Phenix last evening and will return tomorrow. Miss Panline Johns left for Tucson last evening for" a visit with friends. .Mrs. L. B. Larmier returned last night from a three months' trip east. Mrs. Smith, wife of Postmaster Smith, left yesterday for Los Angeles. R. R. Coleman spent Saturday in town, returning south again last even ing. Tom Taylor returned to Jerome yesterday after a brief visit in Pres- cott. C. E. Bunker, superintendent of the Yaeger Canyon mine was in town Sat urday. A D. Adams left for St. Helena, California, yesterday for the benefit of his health. J. N. Piper was in town on Saturday irom the Senator where ho is engaged teaching school. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Keays, of Groom Creek, left yesterday for California to spend the winter. The board of superv...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

WEEKLY A NA JOURNAL-MINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1904. Forty-First Year RIZO PRESCOTTWOMON at rvnnoiTimi hi urudiiiun Describes Some Beauti ful State Buildings. Arizona Has the Cosiest and Most Artistic Building on the Grounds. St Louis, Nov.16. Editor Journal Miner: I promised to tell you some thing about the state buildings this week. We haven't visited all of them but bare found those we hare visited xery interesting and wouldnt' take a good deal for the rest and comfort we have taken in them. The Mississippi building closed the first of November and we didn't see 'the exhibits which were relics of Jef ferson Davis mostly. It contained oven the bed he died upon and the clothes he was captured in and these clothes don't support the old story that when captured ho was attired in female wearing apparel. The majority of the state buildings don't contain any exhibits but are de signed and arranged for the comfort and ease of visitors. Seve...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. T. E. Campbell returned to Jerome yeterday. Governor R.C. Powers left yesterday for bis home in Los Angeles. Attorney General E. W. Wells re turned yesterday from a visit to Phen ix. Sines & Bookmark have commenced work on their sewer extension con tract. District Attorney E. S. Clark re turned yesterday from a professional visit to Phenix. The whistle of the Prescott Electric company sounded the curfew last night at 8:30 o'clock. P. M. Murphy returned last evening from Phenix by a special train which arrived about 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Kyan went over to Jerome yesterday where, they expect to engage in business. Major William DeWitt came over yesterday from Jerome having resigned his position with the United Verde Copper company there. Mrs. Flora, mother of W. K. Flora, arrived in Prescott last evening for a visit with her son. The latter's wife went to Ash Fork to meet her. Eighteen car loads of freight arrived in Prescott from the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

I. KAfiACHER, Exclusive Expert Optician and Optometrist. A Graduate of the Hest Eye College in America. Permanently located at Pres cott. Arizona, in tne Head House, opposite Prescott Hotel. A Free Examination and Con sultation given. If glasses are not needed will conscientiously tell you so. Kamacher's Easy Eye Spex With Best Globe Multiplex Lenses for Hyperopia, Myopia and As tigmatism, will make weak eyes strong and old eyes young. Prevents Nervousness, Neu ralgia and Nausea. Saturday SPECIAL FREE EX AMINATION For Children. WORLD E323IS22E3 Do You Know that the . Southern Pacific Offers choice of FOUR Routes to St. Louis, and that it costs no more to go via San Antonio or New Orleans ? Stop-overs on all round trip tickets. Pullman and Tourist cars viaali routes. Full information Gty Ticket Office, 22 North Centre StreetPhoenix, Arizona. M. O. BICKNELL, Agent. FRISCO SYSTEM OPENING OF A Netv and Thoroughly Equipped Line BETWEEN St. Louis and Chicago SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1904. Thoroug...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

Arizona Journal-Miner Oldest Paper In Arizona Established 1S64. Pnblished By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS- Official Paper Citj of Prescott. Published every day except Mondays. THB JOURNAL-MINER will De continued un I til ordered stopped. Bills are sent oat galarly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same as promptly as possible. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are nrjrently requested to send notice to thU office ana pay up tne amount aue. THE EASTERN OFFICES o! this paper are at 23 Temple Court. New York City, ana u. ft. Express Building, Washington Street, Chi cago. E. KATZ Advertising Agency In charge, where the paper is kept on file. TERflS: Daily per year $9.00 " month 75 Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.50 ' Three months 1.00 UNION A POINTER FOR OTHERS. The American Federation of Labor has shown its fair hand toward the press of the nation, and the following goes on record as demonstrating its breadth of thought and the respe...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

Brisley 5ays A SENSIBLE HOUSE HOLDER keeps at all times in the home Soma Alcoholic Siimulant and when sensibly used it is often better than medicine. The Brisley jTHE PASSING OF 1 OLDJIOSEER Grand Army Veteran Meets Death. "Z Dr Co. Life Work of Michael Hermann Ends and He Is Summoned to His Reward. Have always in stock fine grades of Wines and Liquors by the bottie or "in the wood." May They Have Your Order J. M. W. Moore & Son i We carry a big: list of the very best property for sale or rent in Prescott, are agents for the biggest and best insurance Com panies and do a General Real Estate and Loan Business. Phone 75. Office Lawler Block H.M.Maus&Co. Successor to P. Mohn & Co. Funeral Directors First door north of Brinkmeyer's Hotel Electric Phone 35O -PRESCOTT. ARIZ. ssssss THF TFAMNfi I I Cnfectiger f Prescoit Home Made Candies, Cakes, Pies f m - I T? I TV7- c t a- c ? bora's Coffee with Lunches. We Make a Specialty of Mailorders for Candy from the Country. Try Us. y....

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

NTo. 705. flinerat Application. U. S. Land Office. I Prescott, Arizona, Out. 25, 1801. Notice is hereby given that Empire Crown King Gold Mining Company, by LeRoy Anderson, its attorney in-fact, whose post office address is Prescott, Arizona, has made application to the United States for a patent for the 'Albermnrle," "Anaconda," "Plata Belle," "Empire." and "Polar Star" lode, claiming 7472 linear feet thereof, bearing gold and silver, with surface ground COO ft in width, unsurveyed, situated approximat ely in tp 10 n, r 1 w, G & S It M, in Pine Grove mining district, Yavapai county, Ari-' zona, which is more fully described as to metes and bounds by the official plat and by the field notes of survey thereon posted and now on file in this office, which field notes of survey describe the boundaries and extent of said claim on the surface, with magnetic variation at 14 deg c, as follows, to-wit : SURVEY NO. 185G. ZZZ 'Albermarle" Lode Beginning at cor J, a granite stone 4x10x2-4 i...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

DEATH CAUSED FROM MORPH! t Miner McGowan Ends His Life. Could Not Sleep and Probably Tock An Overdose of the Poison Accidentally. George P. McGowau ended up a protracted snr on Friday afternoon by taking ej. overdose of morphine. Whether it v .- taken with suicidal in tent or whetbt r by accident will never be known, although the circumstances point to the latter. The coroner's jury was sumomned by Acting Coroner Charles H. McLane, Justice Talbot being absent, found that the deadly stuff had been self administered but did not undertake what the intent was. McGowan was a miuer and bad lived in this county for three or four years with the exception ot brief periods of absence one of them being about a year ago when ha went to Tonopah and Goldflelds. , That be contemplated a visit to Cananea which he never took was evidenced by the fact that letters of introduction were found on him from parties in Goldfield addressed to parties in Cananea. The letters were dated in December 1903. McGo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 23 November 1904

LOCAL BRIEFS. Fjom Snuday's Uaijy. Mrs. Prank Mulrein is reported quite sick. V. J. Mulvernon went to Phenix on Thursday night. .Mrs. George Punteuey went to Phenix last night. Eli Punteney was in town yesterday from the Colorado river. Mrs. J. B. Tomlinson went to Phenix on last night's train. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Carriagn are visiting friends in Prescott. Hugh Campbell, the sheepman of Coconino county, was in town yester day. The railroad company has a force of men engaged in grading a spur to Lhe Arizona brewery. C. M. Binford left yesterday for a week's visit in Los Angeles, where his wife is visiting. J. W. Sullivan, the cattle king, was in town yesterday, going to Phenix on last night's train. Ex-Governor and Mrs. N. O. Murphy returned to Phenix on Thursday night's delayed train. The Crystal Ice company has closed its plant fur the winter having a large amount of ice stored away. C. W. Clark failed to arrive in Prescott on Friday evening or on Sat urday as he had planned. J. II....

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 30 November 1904

WEEKLY A NA JOURNALMINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1904. Forty-First Year AN IMPORTANT MINING QUESTION Legal Contest Over Two Locations on One Mining1 Claim. The Iron King Vein Figures in a Spirited Legal Battle and Both Claimants Indulge in a Great Ef fort to Reach "Mineral in Piace" The case of Howell Mining company ts A. J. Carroll was decided by a jury yesterday in favor of the defendant, Carroll. It involved a controversy over rival claims to a piece of mining round lying immediately north ot what is known as the Iron King croup of mines. On the southern portion of the Bonanza claim of this group the croppings of the Iron King vein were -apparent. Further north for a dis tance of several thousand feet the vein did not crop on the surface. On the Bonanza the Blanchard peo - pie had sunk a shaft to a depth of over 100 feet, and then drifted on the vein towards the ground in dispute in this case. The Howell Mining com- pany claimed the gr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 30 November 1904

LOCAL BRIEFS. J From Thursday's Daily. M. J. Shea, of Jerome, is in town. D. E. Damas an ex-supervisor of this county was in town yesterday. ' Y. J. Bond yesterday received word of the death of his sister in Los Ange les. A carload of machinery arrived yes terday for the Mt. Union mining com pany. Mrs. Fiank Andrews and daughter "have returned from their visit to San Francisco. Oswald Stein returned 'yesterday from his trip to the southern part of the territory. J. H. Emmert is in Los Angeles to day to eat his Thanksgiving dinner with his family. , D. Homer Jennings was in town yes terday from Lynx creek, where he is engaged in mining. Miss Belle Smith came up yesterday from Tucson, where she has been vis iting for some time. G. G. Englehardt's store at Congress is reported to have have been robbed of $100 a few nights since. K E. Ames, connected with the en gineering department of the S. F. P. & .P railway is in town. ur. J. m. f ord, or rnenix, was a passenger on yesterday's n...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 30 November 1904

Wilson Clothing means full value for your mono. Our suits are selected with great care; the tailoring and workmanship must be first class and the styles must be up to date. Our line of Ed V. Price Suits are unexcelled in all the points that go to make up satisfactory clothing Our Suits at $16, $18 and $20 are trade getters and you should see them. Trousers at $4, $5 and $6. Elegant and perfect fitting, cor rect styles. "We want your holiday trade and nothing is more appropriate than to purchase Wilson's Clothing SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS! THE LEADING I Confectioner of Prescott I Home Made Candies, Cakes, Pies and Bread. We Serve Chase & San born's Coffee with Lunches. & We Make a Specialty of Mail Orders for Candy from the Country. Try Us. ICE CREAM AT ALL SEASONS R. A. GREENHILL , Phone 408- $ Gurley St., below the Burke, Prescott FALL WOOLENS of the latest patterns and shades for Suits and Trous ers just received VOIGTLANDER'S THE FASHIONABLE TAILOR New Wilson Building, opposite ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 30 November 1904

Arizona Journal-Miner Oldest Paper In Arizona. Established lWU. Pnblished By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper Citj of Prescott. Published every day except Mondays. TUB JOURNAL-MINER will De continued un til ordered stopped. Bills are sent out galarly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same as promptly as possible. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are a -gently requested 10 send notice to wis oince aid pay up ine amount due. ed States and bad a decisive influence on Mexico. THE EASTERN OFFICES ot this paper are at 234 Temple Court. New York City, and U. b. Express uuiimng, Washington Street, lDI . cazo. E. KATZ Advertising Agency In charge, araere the paper is kept on file. TERJIS: Daily per year $9.00 " month 75 "Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.50 ' Three months 1.00 UNION(-fe.LABEL Oar evening contemporary states that the Bisbee school children are taught to march out of the building in lire drill, and wonders wheth...

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