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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 11 April 1906

rEMVl.E TIIIEF Xi BEHIND TUB i From Sunday Dally.) V tiring the jaunty silk coat which leged eho -stole front itho rooms 1 by Mny Miller nt.121 North 0. ' n ' V , street on last Thursday g, during ,thq .lh'ttcr'H absence tircy hospl(al, and tho sang nio of one whb has committed . g, Xolllo Mende stepped light r hi tho southbound Diamond Jo . mug nccompnnled by Hill Mil is licensed" of being un uc . i to her crimii. lloth wore in 4ody of Sheriff Lowry, who, i lively chase,,. apprehended tho (iold Roads, Mohnvo county, I iy evening. i . valise carried by Miller were ,. r nrticleH of nppnrcl and vnlub rem tho rooms of.Mtty before uried dcpnrtur'o 'of Jhc couple by iry truin on Thursday morning af" p., .n 1 I' tho tak ip n twenty-four liourH ' Htnrt of ,tl, ..riir, Hill Miller and Nellie y, left hero for tho north on the ,fli I rk train. It was known to ,, iv f their Intimate friends that t,c.r icstinatlon wns (lold Itonds, hut i' wns quietly given out by tho pair to inquire at tho depo...

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. — 11 April 1906

Tl - WZMLT JOXJUtXLMmm, WXDHXBDAT, APRIL 11, 10M. rAUK MX RECENT STRIKES EXCITE Rich Discovery of Placer Ground In Tlic Cedar Basin Country Vandcrbilt And Mocking Bird Mines are Proving To Be Properties of Remarkable Value. (From Saturday's Uiiily.) (From Uingmnn Miner.) A report comes l Ktnguinii t lint, nn imrncriHtily rich discovery of placer ground has boon Mindo in tint Cedar Imslu country, to tint north of Hln villi). Tim gravel Is said to Ihi quite extensive tuiil th gold very cotirMc. Many people aro rushing in there mid it Ih pruhnhlo Hint iiiiiny will mnko fortunes. Tim Cedar lniMin Ih on thn fimt side of the Virgin range, north of tho Colorado river. Last yenr some very good veins worn discovered mill worked. The ore wiih found to lin gold-hearing, thu viiIiich lying i oxi dized iron. A iniinlicr of the director of tho Yucca Cyanide Mining mid Milling Co, nro visiting tho Hmi Francisco mine. The property in mm' in u fine statu of development, nml tho iutrniloc lion of the...

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. — 11 April 1906

3- i " -!-T ..I7.0NA vnaoMamD Df iastzrn Tl,, f (lowing nrtlclo concerning Ari j,,ua rrl'nrc 'D ,ove'l esstorn Mi.i.g it Arizona's chief industry, jt v.'i'l' gn'iito' 'cturns than all otlior milun'ri'H combined. Without wnter Uiroi ih " desert, with water it is a pnh' 11 ,s tnn l,roPor destiny of ,Vi-ry 'renni in Arizona to bccomo an irfl(,t g ditch. Thero is practically t0 fii'" X without irrigation. But ,rrl, rths of ono per cent of tho tor r,lorv i" reclaimed, and tbc ttri.(, i,k nf desert arc no vast in com ., , with tho Irrigated districts thnt , r ,, : nson Im not impreiRlvo. Llfo ,n an 'rignted settlement la like no tlu r i i tlx; ngrlculturnl world. It in 10tt,(i( progressive, and intelligent. .fr nintii, wenlth In nt Its highest liint Tin Hchnol, tho church, tho villnirc, and neighbors nro closo nt lanil. Tlio field for Individual effort ,, pni- u ally exhnustcd. Tho small ftnaiiw have liecn dammed, idtcfi for jftcrv iff of slmplo construction hnvo Utu utilized. To turn mig...

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. — 11 April 1906

I i r f , taou eight WKXKLT WKtfBWA.Y, AFE1L 11, KM. OR A WOMRKlBRftDLEYANDDORAN LOCO WEED KILLS SEEKS HIS LIFE MUCH TROUBLE FOR VISIT SEVERAL CM HERDS OF HORSES T HIS CURIOUS I Strange Hallucination Steve Moot Has Mill Poisonous Weed Destroys or Ruins Many COUPLE Possesses Pat Hague Demented Man Is SentiiG. To The Phoenix Asylum '(I'riiin Tuusduy' Daily.) laboring muter I Ik- hallucination Unit' lie is Ifi'lnu pursued li.v u woman dressed in men's clothing lii'iit iiioii taking his' lift', iiml willi his mental faculties ii)i purontly forever hnpiiireil, Drs. I.noney iiml Yniint iroiiiiiini'ei I'ut Tngue n fit subject for tlie territorial asylum for tlio iiiHiuie yesterday iifterniMiii nt U o'clock before probate juilo ('. I 1 1 ieki who, in iHTiiriluiien with tlio ver flint of Hie pliyniol,ins, committed hltil to cnntlneinont in Hint iiiNtitntinn. The demented mull will arrested ly deputy sheriff .lohtt Merrill a foy days nun in the (thick Itork district tip on a warrant based on ...

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. — 18 April 1906

ptfifY4'j,'t'',"T,''""'' "'(WS.i''1' , . I rtl"' J I ' .. m p I I , " UNA UUKJNAL-MlWhK MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. PRESCO'IT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1906. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. Fortv-Thirtl Year. WEEKLY AK1Z Ill Mil DISTRICT RESULTS IN THREE DEATHS loal Strikers Arrested And Mob Attempts To Rescue Them JOHNSTON, Til, April 10-Thrcc n vcro Hhot dead, a boy was fatally soomlcil, nnd a mining engineer, Ku- tc Delany, wns seriously injured in i riot at Windber among tho striking Loal mincrH tonight. The plaeu in in a stnto of terror. fberifl Hcgloy was summoned and an ffeal miiilo to Governor Pennypackcr lor troops. Several other rioters bus- liiteil slight injuries. Tho dead and loit of tho injured are foreigners, and litir names rnnnot bo obtained. Tho dies nro lying in tho stroet tonight litre they fell, tho strikers refusing to How tho undertakers to remove them. Tie foreign clement bad been cclo- Writing KriBtcr Monday ir tho mining wttion, ami much liquor was used. A Ajot...

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. — 18 April 1906

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, AI-RIL 18, 1900. $usn at cold moM the climax (from Wtdiicfldny'ii Dnily.) 8. L. Duncan, ono of the lecc on i tb propertica of tlie Cliumi Mining' eotnpariy's propertiea )o tho llrin-i jrampa district, came la yealorday with 38 ounce of ,nM, the product of n rtfeaat mill rua of SO torn of ore f.iki n from the mini-, which netted i-m 4,600 beaidea yielding two ton of, eoneehtrnte nf a high grade. ! la ortr to reach tn re body, lit. Bnuean spent four month ia fvnnlng j thiwl info ttr mountain to Mrlke 1 ' 1 WffM. Hit vela, and tb- Kill ru.. recently! nn, '' mBk,B P' o tlnk on D10H GOLD AS THE MOCKING BIRDS HI NO. (From Wednesday's Daily.) "There ii mi question luit thnt tli) blowing in of the new smelter at Hum boldt menu u great future for tin' mine in Hie ('lurry creek section," -id ''Bjilnifi !. II. Mi-Ohio, of Chi .ig ihhI it director of the llackherry Mm 1 1 . i :u,. Milling i .hi. Hi v, w ho had ii-t r. i r i l t r . ri i -1 1 to dis in I n i n ru...

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. — 18 April 1906

' . te'K .. - ; . ' --.Vwm-a,-.-...,, y.H.wpyi,!,,, y, wymno,. m.AAii . V WEEKLY JOUlNAIrMINEK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL PAOK THREE 18, 1900. I It 1 H I H I n r r t mm... . .... H I.IAHK ibULU dULUUN FROM DESPERftT UMll I uii UL.ll.ilY y ! GUILD RAILFiQAO i THROUGH ARIZONA; . i i Ul E- t una nFSFBT KING IS nnrp it inn iul.ui.iii iiiiiu iu rinLG HI MO ! M Eighty-Five Ounces from Exciting Episode At A A Run Of 38 Tons ew Line will connect bait Lake Ore Body Discovered In fealous Rmd With W,m An 1 A New Cross-Cut Thence To Globe Tunnel III. US, April i:i Ail ev prints it story to tlio effect ' ("lark nnd his associate ti build a lino of railro.nl i eonnecting point from ! line into Arizona to tlio - r minis, nml connect lln l. Southern Pneillc at iil lino would cross tlio at Leon Kerry, which is (lily point tlio lino could Thonco it Ih to run to 'meeting thorn with tlio I criminally started from tlmt point to rtlob... From tlior.i the lllie would follow along Oak crock, tin' Verde, nml thence ...

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. — 18 April 1906

WEEKLY JOURNAL MlNUn, WEDNESDAY, AFIIIL 1H, 1000. 1'AOK rouu 1-Mi iner (TT1 A T ine jr.rizona ourna Oldt P.iri i Ari:otu. lUtabllilu-cJ M.uch 1861. PUIil.lSlir.I) HY The JOURNAL-MINLvR PUBLISHING,! COMPANY M1JMBKK ASMJCIATIIIJ PPltSS PUBLISHED KVKKY MOK'NING EXCEPT MONDAY i. v 1 " ' J. VV. MILNISS, Editor awl Manager. STUDY THE UAKEEU OP HONEST ABE LINCOIiN. M'rittn Saturday 'h Daily.) Todny in tin- nntiivi rsnry of the denlh of Alirnlinoi Lincoln, who wna iiMftiod iiittod ly .liilm Wilhi'R Month Just forty oiid yenm ngo in Kurd' theater, Wiinhiigtoii. It in well for every Amerlrnn boy j nml tin- hoy's fiitlii-r, to Mwly th t onrcer nml emulate the example of lion ' est Aim Lincoln, tin- grenlont imin of the nineteenth rmtiiry. Tim fact lliHt n million foreigners of nil nntiiuinlltics i'i.dm' to our shores nisniiiilly make it ', iiitohiii y for tin-, oli I fiiHliionrn Lin coln Americanism to fight for it lifr. In fuel, Hip Lincoln pattern is already I niiirri'il liv Itillncnoen ovit...

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. — 18 April 1906

f WEEKLY JOUIINAL MINER, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 18, 1000. PAGE FIVE YO I'Nfl LADY A VICTIM A MOCK MARRIAGE' js Ceremony Performed in Prescott Last Octo ber by Which Miss Nellie Weis and J. H. King Were Ostensibly Wedded by a Pretended Jus tice of the Peace Deluded Bride Is Here Seeking Justice. s. am h . .1 (f i I - k i i! .1 I I I I rem Tuesday's Dully ) ; the wiles of King, ns she Is apparently ,.g herself to III) the wife or! of nn innocent .m.l ruri .........: "I first ni.'l King," clio wild, "nt my Ihmiio in Han lloriiardi My fa- titer Is a milroail inaii, ami tin ho anil King were members of the sumo frntcr mil order. In' u-riu mi ii Crii.n.iiii f..,.i inn of ii mock mnrrlago whiclili..., ...m. n , ,. , ,. , ,7 . M"K witI' ramily, nml visited It .ptiifiil Itl tliiu nilv lfivl M.,1,.1.. . " :. " J " , several times a week. I had l.cmi il. vcy King, a bmkemnu who running out of Winslow, Miss '.its of Han Hernnrdlno, has i m Present!, only to llml Hint i- a gay deceiver, and that she t...

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. — 18 April 1906

'M' ,' - i ' V,1C - WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, ArRIL IB, 1900. pa or. six I D 0 c c r fl TT PIP! JIILUUUII UtllL ip prnnv m nnrnnnr'nm HLnui IU ULKLLUI L I1U w m if! WOMAN AWAKENS IS J SHADE THE PDLftR ; CHERRY CREEK AND SEES BDRGLA GROUP ! DISTRICT nnnnrn MARKET rrcn II Dl THE STAGE TiH line Contains a Curious Combination Of Minerals Shaft To Be Sunk A Much Greater Depth To (From Saturday' Unity.) John .Merwin, formerly foreman of the Itollef mini1 in Msrlropa county, nr Ht1 in this diy yesterday from IttOOTiis, fur the purjwse of rfiinjilntiii KmiifffnifiitN for tho development of ft group of mini' in which himself, It. II. Smith, und it. M. Helrhor urn tho owiiprt, in the southern part of tho eooiity. Tim miiio Is opened up to n depth of DM feat liy n hIiiiI'I, from vthMi there i4 about 300 font of drift ing on tin vein. The art- nuly is con tinuous throughout I In- entire work- Inge, ranKlng in wiilth from two to tkreo reel, nmt sampling about $it in goltl ami silver, prin...

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. — 18 April 1906

TO SIN K NEW SHAFT ON THE BOX- UK mini. , ri m Thursday 'a Dally.) M , .-right, tins owner of thu llox- nl an adjoining property in x tiifk district, nrrivcd hero . i oiii MoCitbe. In conversa , a Journal-Minor iimii con- properties nliovu referred I in part tlmt lio liml nr- completed to Hturt n new 1 1 Hoxer in i iu.', which it i nl inn to continue to u good tin1 vein, with it view of he jiroju'rt y in n miucillkc wny. r of men were nt work in l.ingH taking out oro, and a , :n now on tin! liiimji mill -liiplllOllt. OpOriltioilS WlTC i on in n drift from mi old ii vein, which wiih only 70 iili, from which mnno very i nl been tttken nmny yearn silver coiiiiinuiileil n higher at tin) present time, but thu . h wu mink many years ago, l I'Ollllitioil tlmt it WIIS 'I' lirnhlu to sink n new ami from which development on i .. ale could be carried on. J it i Kim thu old shnft a vein of l.eiiig tnkon down which nv . r , ii. width from 1(1 inches to 2 i i . li I'ftrriiwl irnoil vntnou tn utl...

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. — 18 April 1906

. I ' - WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 100G. i nt TfnUT ENDED MFC WITH A BULLET5 i Mysterious Dcatli of John Cumro Near Octave is Pronounced Suicide, The Reasons For Which Arc Unknown As .Deceased Was in Good Circumstances. Lying fnro downward, with ii bullet Wound in lib) right ear, with li i fnee liml bend steeped in Ills 1 i f blood, con gealed by two days f exposure, and with n .'tl! caliber Smith & Wesson re- volvnr lightly grasped in hit right i hum!, .loli ii C'tnnrii wax found colli in death liy .Mr. siuil Mrs. K. A. Hurley on Friday afternoon last nn tlio Hour of his calliii in a lonely plium in thu Woav ;r mount uin, along Antelope ercok,nbout tun miles from any human liuliitutloii. Hastily returning tn Octavo they notified llii- authorities at Congress liy phono of their frightful nml nick lining find. Tho following ilay jus tice of tin) pence Hall, deputy sheriff Ozariiowrtlti, district attorney Talbot, mnl u iiiiiiiImt of otliiT citizens nml no. ipiainta...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

EARTHQUAKE EXTRA - i F1 I 7 MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. PKKSCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY,' APKIL kS, IU06. nicer Paper of Arizona. Portv-Thinl Your. 1 1 ri t Tr i-a 1 13 A I II ft A MITGHELLIS I STRICKEN 61 TERRIBLE EftRTH- QUKE (II THE r I II HI A It r id gs San Fraiicisco, April 18. The worst earthquake ever known On the Pacific Coast occurred at 6d0 a. m. All the water front is in flames and many fright ful fires are raging in the residence sec- 4 tion. The flames from the water front are gradually creeping up Market street toward the Palace hotel. Water mains arc broken and the fire department is powerless. The electric light and power wires are disconnected. Also telephone and telegraph communication is cut off. Many of the larger buildings in San Francisco are most seriously damaged and some are in ruins. The whole coast as far south as Santa Barbara felt the shock. Railroad communication will be affected in many places. It is known that many lives have been lost, but at this hour it...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

V'- PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WED NESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1906. PAGE FOUR GOOD PROSPECTS IN TO DEEPER SHIFT ANT Oil THREE mCK ST THE HUNT ARRES1 1 'aaaaaaawaaaaaaaawaaaaaan1 i WARR T FOR r OF KING BUTTES I 1 I A-. I x 1 . if '.!' P . 1 Private Secretary Authorizes The Apprehend the governor Kibb cy of Local Authorities To Heartless Brakeman Who D ecci vc d Miss W CIS. The pitiful ntory printed rxrlu wlvoly In the Journal Miner of yeatnr tiny of lli oaprrionce of Jliiw Xcllie WolB, of Ban rWnnrdino, Cal., who is Hie victim nf n mock inarrlnge with 0110 .In met Harvey King, 11 railroad lirnketnan, arotined our rilizena to n Itlfjli pitch of indignation, and from rmnarke beard on the rtreeta and in lliu bunineaa plncen, it in nn M retch of llio imagination to Ml.? that were King here he would In- mimmarily tU-nll wtUi and given aimilnr treatment to Ihnl recently accorded the negroon in Springfield, il., the dctniln of whieh KM atill frenh in tlio public mind. Oaring to tlx- ulmiic of (...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

live. ,v;. '.('.',';"'' ,....., PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1906. PAGE FIVE AK ES LAUDANUM END TO 1 LIFE T 1 X. Potter Chooses tlic Poison Route Ti Stifle Mis Dorrows Due to Domes tic Troubles, Occasioned By a Separa tion From His Wife. i.uirntr.l from brooding . it very Hltlc, hi imial plire of repiwo hMcm which eiilminiitod : Imin a fiialr in tht bar rwm. A fow 1 from his wife, on the diiya 10 lie was arrested by the city bint, Williiim X. Potter, 1 police force ih(. charga of drnnk miti of koiiio education, en new nnd lodged in the city jail for drbatich mill IiIk onrth-1 tlm nlKht. -riie idty recorder turned f.i I of tho Depot hotel I liim loose tn the morning without lm ' ' K hy "wallowhiB tin poiiny n fbio npou tho promise that '!"' ' , ho would quit indulging too frei'Iy iu tl.ii city uljout a wek(lm flowing, llouever ho continued Ihorn part of tho j tho debautdi mid yesterday morning lie rccontly, it is wild, iihout nix o'clock the night barlcnd il ....

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINIEK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, t&- Mi it Kill. Them Bed E, given to i tho trick, tho pests. ; Killer is tho name preparation that docs rapidly cleaning out 25 and 50 cts. MAIL ORDEKK PROMPTLY, 1'ILLED. corbinBork DRUGGISTS, Hotel Eurico Block. mm 9 itf Aultman Visitor. Kx Supervbor I ' ' Aultm.n,, i iti tut' Vltf vint. tl'pll' TH of on n l.ijxiiiiwH 1 Sfe wSe- Sfc - - g r; t r?5 t A ; t- - - .1. V Vr it r. I..r ! nl. f I' i. 1 ill fill Jerome Visitor. . I'. s.itli'trsl, tho Jerome :im r. if lii the fit . mining' RubborTlrtt! Buggus. M. T. Urm i .Hi 'mti tiny .n:v; with rubtwr tir.-s. Hi -j. nt cm. r ' in rl-y him I ritnit-' Mr. - it. Tel. P.O. ' 0t Your Tiohot. Ti.k.ts ii :it !tr'. ley's I ' r tl. jllM tlil" i'X p'isi ' I''' hfA It it Thiirnlny evening :M -I. Jowph' ' A-ndeiiv ni'dit.irn mi. ' i 10 iYlaKe KOOffi lor incw uuuus stockman ITers. .Imii' Young, the Turkey ctuekmaa, n iii Hi'' i ity mi business. In from Dump. fiillii-rt f'rrii !'!. 1 n primiirg ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

-"SECOND EXTRA THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1906. Fortv-Thlrcl Year. SAN FMinSGO DOOMD San Francisco, April 18.--The worst I I V I XI h I A M HlH (VI I H F -nrtUauake ever Uw fl P.X VI I 1 11 1 1 Unillli MV1T M.M.MJ x " " w iiiv jl aw x Coast occurred at 5:10 a. m. All tke water front is in flames and many fright ful fires are raging in tke residence sec tion. The flames from the water front are gradually creeping up Market street toward tke Palace kotel. Vater mains are kroken and tke fire department is powerless. Tke electric light and power and telegraph communication is cut off. Many of tke larger buildings in San Francisco are most seriously damaged and some are in ruins. Tke wkole coast as far soutk as Santa Barkara felt tke skock. Railroad communication will ke affected in many places. It is known tkat many lives kave keen lost, kut at tkis kour it is kard to estimate tke numker. LATER At ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WED NESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 190G. PAGE FOUR WARRANT OUT FOR ARREST OF KING EDOD PROSPECTS IN1T0 DEEPEN SHAFT THREE BUCK BUTTES IT lilt MINT UNI Private Secretary Autli The Apprelcjul tli,e or Vjovernor Kibbey . 1 x i i Local Authorities To vHcartless Brakeman Vlio Deceived Miss Weis. The pitiful utory printoM oxcln ivcly in tlio Journal-Miner of yotitor Uy of tlio oxporlonco of Minn Nollio WoIh, of Hun lli'mnrdinn, C11I., who in thn victim of it mock tnnrrinc with ono .Iiiiih'h Harvey Kin, a railroad lirnkctmin, iirnn'il our riti.oiiK to n lilli pitch of iniliiiatioii, niid from rnmnrkx hrnnl oti (hi) ntrfotn ami in tlio litiHini'Hi plnri'H, it in mi Ktrolch of tlio imagination to imy Hint were Kin horo ho would bo Htiinninrily ilonlt with nml uivcii nimilnr treatment to that recoiitly accorded the nurin!! I" Hprin'llelil, Mo., thn detail of which tire utill frenh in thn public mind. Owing to the almeiii'o of (loveruor Klbboy from the territory, no nrmwor w...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

f " 't I'M t PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY- MORNING, APRIL 18, 1906. PAGE FIVE KES LAUDANUM TO END HIS LIFE V Da.a. 0 , 1 n m. .v. ruuci xjiiuuscs rne roison Ivoute Stifle ,Hi8 SorrowssDuc to Domes- ic Troubles, Occasioned By a Separa ion From His Wife. IjtiiiUv unionteu irom uroomng Lnily tr iblca which culminated Kparntioit fmm bin Wife, on tho hvtruar l.-it f Willitun X. Potter, Li iv 11 mil ti of noino education, a uii k m debauch nnd earth- uinttiiim I of tho Depot hotel by morning liy awallowlng an (if l.'iiiiliimiiii. I time I" mm rn niKJiii n wcck Irom tlii- southern part of tho r, alien1 ln ri-cently, It In nnld, i,J of 11 Hoi k of ,400 floats nt a Ceun Mo wbh well mipplicd l(uml and engaged tlio room I f cikIi'iI In lift. Ho ident in it very little, hi mm place of reposo being it chair in tho bur 'room, A few days ago lie wan arreted l,y t, cy police force on the charge of drunk enness ami lodged in tho city jail for thp night. Tho city recorder turned him loose In tho...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 18 April 1906

PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL i8, 1906. PAGE EIGHT ! T ill It s 9 Kills Them "Rod Hug Killer is tho name given to ; preparation Dint docs tho trick, rapidly dunning out the posts. 25 and 50 cts, MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED. J w corMifiBork DRUOOI8T8, Hotel Burka Block. PUT"P0UCV S city news In Brief 3 I Cordes Visitor, i .1 I .iiinliMiliiiro. nf Curili'M in in tlu I n eity. Jerome Vlitltor. ('. i;. Nuthorst, tliu .loromo milling i ngincor, It in tliu dty. i Stockman Hero. ' .lames Young, tliu 'I'lirkt-y stockman, it. in tin' city on biisliiun. Mining Man Hero. J (icnrgo Wliltnkor, tho Ilig Hug lusi-. i-hh man, enmo in yostordny from his ' mining I'liiiiti. v Assessor Busy. I). .1. Sullivan, county imcssor, left yesterday for an official viilt in tliu Cedar (Undo section. Atiltiifa "Visitor." Kx Supervisor Prod HI otOiopm of Aiiltiiian, 1m In tlio oily on a business visit. Ilubbor-Tirod IJngglcn. M. T. Drnnded can equip any buggy with rubber tires. .Shop at corner ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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