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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 March 1905

Telegraphic Briefs SANTOUPOU, March 16. The Rus sian detachments at Tie Pass were on March 15th ordered to evacuate their positions and during thn night .retired in good order, covering their rear. There has been fighting throughout the day. Before the withdrawal of the Rnesian forces the military settlement and such of the stores of fuel and for age as could not be removed were set on fire and destroyed. The fighting on March 14th and 15th fell" to the second Siberian corps. General Kuropatkin and remnants of his army, which were defeated by the Japanese on the Sbakhe and Hun rivers, and acin around Mukden and Tie Pass are i ow in the mountains a few miles norh of the southern en trance of the I'ass trying to shako olf their pursueis. who apparently are not going to repeat the mistake of Liao Yang and allow the Russian army to escape. Kuropatkin has been rein forced by the garrisons at Tie Ling and other northern towns and a few new troops who were on the way from Russia when the b...

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. — 22 March 1905

VEEDEE VIBRATOR. The Veedee Vibrator 13 a small hand Dower machine intended to relieve and cure bodily ailments by nature's method, liv its use instant relief is felt, which goes far toward encourag ing the patient to complete his care I shall be nleased to show yon the Vibrator. Everv cell, v rve. fibre and tissue is stimulated into normal ac tivity. A few minutes treatment will convince any one that this is true. You can feel that it is true. Ycu don't have to take anyone's word for it. You will say "There is the thing that really does the work." For facial massage there is nothing like vibration to rest the tired mus clcs and smooth out the wrinkes,stim- nlating the circulation and building up the undexskin, the real basis of a beautiful complexion. John Tiedemann, Local Agent. Cottage back of 117 X. McCormick St, Prescott, Ariz. $500.00 Reward. Office of the sheriff of Yavapai county. S500 KEWARD will- be paid by the sheriff of Yavapai county for the ar rest and conviction of th...

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. — 22 March 1905

A SANTA MARIA CORRESPONDENT Sends Some Interesting" Mining News. General Activity All Along the Line Reported Ranchers Are Pros perous As Well as Miners. SAN MAUI A, March 11, (Ed. Jour-ual-Miner) Eureka district is getting ready for tua new smelter. John Lawler, father of Eureka district, has inst put in a week at the Hillside mine, one of Yavapai's greatest pro ducers, getting things in shape to ship the ore of which he has several hun dred tons on the dump. Frank Killam, of Los Angeles, has taken a lease on the Happy Jack an other of Mr. Lawler's claims, it being Mr. Klllam's intentions to ship the ore to the Val Verde as soon as the smelter is in operation. According to assays just made by Mr. Killam, the first class ore goes over 5300 per ton. Wm. Rudkins, of Copper Creek, ha3 some thirty five tons of copper ore ready for shipment. John Neiman is taking out ore from the Neiman claim owned by him and Charles Crosby, the first class going five ounces in gold. Frank Murphy promisi...

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. — 22 March 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Tuesday's Daily. J. C. Hurley came u.t from Phoenix yesterday. Prank De Sousa returned to Jerom yesterday. W. II. Clark, of Holbrook, is visit ing Fresoott. The Poland road was reported open yesterday. M. S. Dodds, of Montreal, Canada is a Prescott visitor. Willis ii. Troy, of New York, arriv ed in Prescott on Sunday. W. E. Conboy, representing a whole sale drug house, is in town. Five far loads of merchandise arriv ed on Sunday for Piescott. J. II. Robinson returned yesterday from his visit to Kingman. Miss Mamie Mayer, of Mayer. cam up from Phoenix yesterday. The rainfall at Los Angeles for the present season amounts to 15.71 inches. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Anewalt left yesterday for Los Angeles for a brief visit The legislature raised the salary of the nttorney general from 81000 to 81500 per year. , The St. Patrick's ball and supper cleared about $200 for the St. Joseph academy. C. H. Dooley, vice president of the Baumann Copper company, went north on yesterday's t...

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. — 29 March 1905

A JOURNAL-MINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905. Forty-First Year LIVELIEST CAMP T THE GOOD WORK IGOOD SANITARY OGDEN ARMOUR'S 'HURT WON FIGHT Oi THE DESERT . Hi MIA E WEEKLY ARSjCON GREA ACTIVITY HAS COMM con s CONFIDENTIAL BY It is Located Nea Harrisburg. Camp Columbia, Founded by Cap tain Lind, Coming to the Fron on Account of Rich Discoveries Being Made. HARR1SUURG, Ariz., March 22, (Special Correspondence. Camp Co Iumbia, is tne livliest mining camp on the desert at the present time, Several new strikes hare been made. chief among which is the new find of Bill Bear and his associates, who have located the claims and hare completed the title work. Tne showing is very promising. The ledges are large strong fissure veins carrying gold values as high as $200 per ton. Their main vein is six feet in width and is holding out at twenty feet in depth, both in size and value. On this vein they have four locatious,aIl of which show about the same cha...

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. — 29 March 1905

in for LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. C. P. Wingfield, of Huron, was town yesterday. W. J. Martin left yesterday Peach Springs. R. D. French came up from Phoenix on yesterday's train. C. E. Boyce, a prominent citizen of "Williams is in town. H. A. Suttle returned yesterday Irom his visit to Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. MoDermott left yes terday for their home in Jerome. Lee Pfau came in yesterday from the Pfau Mining company's camp. Louis Mel, the well known insur ance man. is in town on a business trip. The county farmer was engaged yes terday in cutting his first crop of blue grass in the i-laza. Wm. Peters and Miss Gertrude Cby noweth were married at Congress a few days since. A. J. Knoblock has sold out his in terest in the mercantile store of Knob lock & Lyons at Jerome. W. H. Fish, of Columbus, Ohio, is in town. Mr. Fish is a director in the Jesse Mines company. Philip Richardson had his arm bad ly injured on Tuesday while engaged in repairing a wind mill. Miss Harriet Oliv...

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. — 29 March 1905

CANTA FE, PBESCOTT 3 & PflffiNIX RAILWAY CO. TIME TABLE NO. 48. THROUGH TinE TABLE. SOUTH BOUND I NORTH BULMj 2nd class N3.3 daily First class No.l daily STATIONS. first class No. 2 daily 2d Clair No.4 dail) A. XI. 5 30 6 00 6 23 6 4G 7 10 7 40 8 00 8 25 9 25 9 50 10 15 10 40 11 55 p. u, 12 54 12 58 1 Oil 112j 1 28! 1 53! 2 10 2 35 3 05 3 22 3 4 4 10, 4 35! 5 00: 5 15 5 46 6 16 6 33 7 03 7 30 7 40! 7 54 8 08! p. u 8 30 6 17 134 ; 44; ' 00 16 ' SO 45 55J I 25 1 29; ! 35 i 43 i 55 1 14 34 54 09: 29 41 ffi 16 38 06 21 40 57 03 12! 21 M. 40 Lv. .Ash Fork... ....Meath.... .Rock Buite.. .Cedar Glade. .Ar ..Valley. .Del Rio. ...Jerome Junction. Granite ..I'.iE. Junction. . Prescott Alto ...Summit.... .Iron Springs. 12-Mile Spur . Ramsgate ....Skull Valley Eirkland ....Grand View Hillside ....Date Creek Piedmont .Congress Junction.. . ...Harqna Hala.... ....Wickenburg Hot Springs Junction . Iada ...Beardsley. ... Marinette.... Peoria .Glcndale.. .Alhambra. Ar Phoenix.. ..Lv P. 11. 1 05 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 29 March 1905

Aif7nna Tnttmal-MtnPI which is now a law was fathered by nnzona journai-iviiner Anderson aud it met with much ideit Paper !n Arizona Established 18S4. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper Citj of Prescott. Entered at the postoflice at Prescott as second-class mail matter. Published every day except Mondays. THE JOURNAL-.MINEK mil re continued uu til ordered stopped. Bills are sent out 3ularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same as promptly an possible. Subscribers Tho desire toe paper stopped at any time ars urgently requested to send notice to thl office and pay up the amount due. THE EASTERN OFFICES ot ttiis paper are at 2j4 Temple Court. New York City, and U. ft. Express Bulldine. Washington Street. Cfcl cago. E..KATZ Advertising Agency In charge. wnere toe paper is kept on me. TERH5: Daily per year $9.00 " " monln o Weekly per year 2.50 Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 oppo sition from those who were indisposed towards inc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 29 March 1905

Telegraphic Briefs ST. PETERSBURG, March 24, 1:43 a. in. The possibility that if the Rus sian army should be unable to hold the lower line of the Sungari rirer at Cbuncbiatsu, it may be compel led to retreat, not only to Harbin, but also further westward along the railroad, abandoning to the Japanese all of northern Manchuria and the Russian maritime Amur provinces as well, is the latest startling news from the front. The strategic weakness of General Linevitch's position as ho falls nortii ward is made clear by Gunshu d.a patches to t!.o associated press, ri which it is iu .ted out that unless tbe Chuucniatsti tid Sungari lines, which are scant 01. . hundred miles below Harbin, can i e held, it will be difll cult to ma. 'ain a position farther back before llnrbin, where, with tlw front of the army paralleling the rail road, the practicability of a turning movement to completely sever com munication and isolate the army, six thousaud miles from home, is too ser ious for Russian cons...

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. — 29 March 1905

VEEDEE IBBATOK The Veedee Vibrator is a small nana power machine intended to relieve and cure bodily ailments by nature's method. By its use instant relief is felt, which goes far toward encourag ins the patient to complete his cure. I shall be pleased to show you the Vibrator. Every cell, i: rve, fibre and tissue is stimulated into normal ac tivity. A few minutes treatment will convince any one that 'his is true. You can feel that it is true. You don't have to tako anyone's word for it Yon will say "Thero is the thing that really does the work." For facial massage there is nothing like vibration to rest the tired mus cles and smooth out the wrinkes.stim ulating the circulation and building up the underskin, the real basis of a beautiful complexion. John Tiedemann, Local Agent. Cottage back of 117 N. McCormick St,, Prescott, Ariz. NOTICE OF ANNUAL, STOCKHOLD ERS' MEETING OF POLAND MINING COMPANY. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of Poland Mining com pany will be held a...

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. — 29 March 1905

THE 00 CUE OF Science as Explained Last Night. Able and Forcible Lecture Deliver ed by Judge Septimus J. Hanna at Elks' Theatre on thB Above Subject to Large Audience. The orchestra and dress circle of Elks' theatre was filled last night,the occasion 'of Judge Hanna's lecture on Christian Soience, tne audience being one of representative citizens of the city. As a prelude to the lecture of the evening, an orchestra played a beautiful selection of music. Leroy Anderson, at the request of members of the local Christian Science church, introduced the speaker of the evening in the following language: Ladies and gentlemen: It is my privilege at tb1) invitation of the First Christian Science church of Prescott, to introduce to you a gentleman who has lectured on the subject of the Science of Christ's teachings, or Christian Science as it is now sailed, both in this country and Euiope one who is a member of the Christian Science board of lectureship of Bos ton one who for ten years was fir...

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. — 29 March 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Sunday's Daily Charles George is in tiwn again on mining business. Bernard Cunnin"wa3 iu town yester dy from Crown King. Mrs. J. M. Ripgon b.i3 returned from a visit to Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Iieemus camo iu Irom Poland last evening. Ed Roberts was in town yesterday irom the Irou King mine. The public school) will have their spring vacation next week. The train for Crown King will Ieav this morning at 3:.'!0 o'clock. Fred M. Stien, of San Jose, Cali fornia, is a visitor in Prescott. The Elks will bold their annual election next Wednesday ereniDg. Alfred E. Hall, of Jamostou, New York, arrived on last night's train. Thomas Fitch, ho of the silver tongue, left yesterday for Honolulu. Mrs. C. T. Joel in and son who came in from McCabe ou Friday returned borne yesterday. W.'J. Martin returned last evening Irom a visit to Peach Springs on min ing business. Mr. and Mrs. E. Fleming L. Ecgle, sf New York, were iucoming passen gers on last night's train. Dr. J. K. Mc...

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. — 5 April 1905

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 5, 1905. Forty-First Year CAVEIN AT UNITED VERDE MINE CAUSES EXPLOSION AND DEATH. Five Miners Killed by Blast of Hot Gas, Air and Steam Sev eral Others Injured.- KILLED. T. W. Crawford peter Serder Leroy Duffin Joe Wilovitch Nick Lazovitch SERIOUSLY INJURED, n. J. Sullivan A. J. Holman BADLY INJURED. John Kostic J. D. Ross J. V. Rose Barn! Karaza B. Garcia Five miners killed and seven others badly injured was the tragio result of an exposion whioh took place on the 300 foot level of the United Verde mine at Jerome Sunday morning be tween 3 and 4 o'clock. Twelve miners, the last of the shift t3 leave the stope were standing at the station waiting for the cage to take them up when there was a roar, a hiss and a loud report. Four of the men were killed almost instantly, a fifth died a few hours af ter being taken out, and seven others sustained injuries, one of whom is ex pected to die, while thr...

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. — 5 April 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Thursday's Daily. Mark Murphy is in town from Skull valley. George T. Milner left yesterday for the Goldflelds. S. S. Johnson, of Bozeman, Mon tana, is in town. J. S. Jones came in yesterday after noon from Chaparal. P. C. Friedman will go south on mining business today. Joe Dannenbaum,a silk merchant of San Francisco, is in town. J. W. Morrison, the well known at torney of Kingman, is in town. A. J. Carroll, of Iron King, came in on last evening's Crown King train. A. C. Massey, assistant superintend ent of the McCabe mine, is in town. The remains of the late Fred Lee were shipped east yesterday for burial Jos. Campbell is over from Jerome to take a holiday and visit with relatives here. Miss Mabel Moore, daughter of Mrs. V. D. Berry, returned to Prescott yes terday. Archie Lockbart and wife have pur chased the Acard residence in west Prescott. After a wind storm continuing for two days another rain storm set in last night. Mrs. Charles Binf ord returned last eve...

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. — 5 April 1905

CANTA FE, PRESO)TT 3 & PflffiNIX RAILWAY CO. TIME TABLE NO. 48. THROUQH TlflE TABLE. SOUTH BOUNUl I NORTH BOUMi 2nd class N3.3 daily First class No.l gaily STATIONS. first' class No. 2 daily M clae No.4 dally M.P. M.l 5 30 5 35 6 00 5 53 623 6 4G 7 10 7 40 6 00 S 25j 9 25 9 50 10 15 10 40 11 55 p. u 12 54 12 58 1 04 1 12 6 07 G 17 6 34 6 44 7 00 7 16 7 30 7 45 7 55j 8 25 8 29 8 35 8 43 Lv....Ash Fork... Mcath.... Bock Butte.. Cedar Glade.. .Ar ..Valley. , .Del Rio., ...Jerome Junction. Granite .P. it . Junction.. Prescott p. u. 105 12 46 12 33 12 2o' V. M.i 12 02 11 54 11 39 11 24! '11 12 n rfl1 10 481 Alto ....Summit ..Iron Springs... ,. 12-Mile Spur... Ramsgate , .....Skull Valley.... Eirkland Grand View...., Hillside Date Greek , Piedmont...;., ..Congress Junction. Harqua Hala... Wickenburg...., 1 28 8 55 1 53 9 14 2 10 3 "j 2 35 9 34 3 05 9 54 3 22 10 09 3 47 10 29 4 10 10 41 4 35 u 02 s m 5 15 11 16 5 46111 Si A. M 6 16 12 06 Hot Springs Junctioni 6 33 7 03 7 30 7 40 7 54! ...

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. — 5 April 1905

Arizona Journal-Miner Olfieit Paer In ArUona. Established 18M. Published By JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING CO. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Official Paper Cltj of Prescott. Entered at the postoffice at Prescott as second-class mall matter. Published eTery day except Mondays. thb JOURNAL-MINER will Decontinned un I til ordered stopped. Bill are tent oat gnlarly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same aa promptly aa possible. Subscribers who doalre the paper (topped at any time are rffantly requefiea xo aenanouca o inia anicc BB4 pay up ine amount aue. THE EASTERN OFFICES ol tbii paper are at 2 Temple Court. New York City, and U. . Express Building, Washington Street, Chi cago, a. KAii Advertising Agency id cnsrgc. where the paper u Kept on me. TBRnS: Daily per year $9.00 " ' month 75 Weekly per year 2.50 " Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 UNIONi ANN0UNCEA1ENT. "With the present issue the un dersigned assumes the editorial and business management of the Jour nal-Miner. Its readers will ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 5 April 1905

SANTA FE HGeEBi 10 STAND B PRESCOTT i enormous losses. Lot every man ac- ' complisb manfully his sacred duty to Grants Low Rates Forltheen,i,eT.aD,Vatlleru1?d- xe?n" "BrmrvVl Pi flora' IMJUgll XblUClb Reunion of peace negotiations emanating from Europe and the United States are Company Premises tO DO All In Its widely published and commented on . ...,.,. 1U I hero. Apparently they do not affect Power tO Assist in Making the j th(J attitude of the Japanese govern- Event a Success If This City ment and the people toward the war. r- it u..i. pj: r- t,Bl The press re-echoes the announced Gets it-Much Credit For , det(3JlDatioQ of JapaI1 to vigorously Railroad Aid Due to Anewalt. j push military operations, unmoved, : and undetered by the discussion of ! events in .Russia or elsewhere. The General Freight and Passenger Ag- ! newspaper Jiji declares that the Slav ent Anewalt yesterday received the i reverses has not affected Russia hm gratirying news from the head officials ! Por Nicholas...

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. — 5 April 1905

VEEDEB ViBRATOK The Veedee Vibrator is a small nana power machine intended to . relieve and cure bodily ailments by nature's method, By its use instant relief is felt, which goes far toward encourag ing the patient to complete bis cure. I shall be pleased to show you the Vibrator. Every cell, wrve, fibre and tissue is stimulated into normal ac tivity. A few minutes treatment will convince any one that (his is true. You can feel that it is true. You don't have to take anyone's word for it You will say "There is the thing that really does the work." For facial massage there is nothing like vibration to rest the tired mus cles and smooth out the wrinkes,stim ulating the circulation and building up the underskin, the real basis of a beantiful complexion. John Tiedemann, Local Agent. Cottage back of 117 X. McCormick St, Prescott, Ariz. SOCIAL EVENTS OF HARRISBURG iflliLioi juaiu JO S ) I J 3 Ui ail uo 4011 jncj For Sala at ali Popular Resorts. I proaptlr procured. OK NOFZE. SendraedeUike...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 5 April 1905

THE PROSPECTS A DR QDI END!!) JALXL Ul LLiLUlU TPv, C "PnnmVi 1 Ui OCUUlllJg XViVUgu. t-v j T-) lUUtflfc) XLBUlllUlli It Would Attract the Largest Crowd tO PreSCOtt That Has Ever Been Assembled in the Territory. From Thursday's Daily. If Mayor Morris Goldwater and , Henry Bardshar go to San Antonio, j and succeed in bringing the next re union of the Ruugh Riders to Prescott it will mean that President Roosevelt will be the guest of this city for one or more days. The importance of the presence or r, r,r!iin nf! the "Buckey" O'Neill monument is greater to Prescott than any similar event has ever been. Mr. Bardshar, who served under President Roosevelt in Cuba, gives it . . A as UlO ULI1LUUU tUttb Uri" CDU lt,wv uuia i and friends will in ikkj Knnpn itinera unu iritmus win ; come here if the reunion is held in i i. ... i n. m.,f i nn. ' veiled. In addition to that number it would bring almost as many more from dif ferent parts of Arizona and the west. Prescott could figure on not Jess...

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. — 5 April 1905

LOCAL BRIEFS. From Tuesday's Daily. Frank Nevin has sold nut his under taking business in Je.orue to W. C. Scott. airs. W.E. Howard and her two child Ten left this morning for Flagstaff to -visit Mrs. Howard's sister. A W. Bork has returned from his .Minnesota visit, where he went to at tend the wedding of a friend. Gov. Lewis Wolflay returned on Sunday from Phoenix, where he has been for some time on business. Word received from T. J. Carrigan in Los Angeles, is to the effect that he is not improving much in health. Paul Hastings is again able to be out after an illness that .has lasted since January 1st He is now oat for good, but is still very weak. Attorneys Robert E. Morrison, E. M. Sanford, E. S. Clark and J. C. Herndon and I-eroy Anderson left on Sunday for Kingman, to attend court. XL M. Maus & Co., shipped a metal lic' coffin yesterday to Jerome to Un dertaker Scott for ufo for one of the Tictims of the recent mine disaster. Sv V. Hunter has sold to J.C. Crane Jwo fifth...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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