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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 9 May 1906

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. J'loneer Paper of Arizona. PKESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, HAY o. 1906. Forty-Third Year. lllSirTllNERS TQIPATRIOTISM SENATE KNOCKS T No Prospect Of WIT HON EARNING Clerks Or Professional Classes HAN FRANCISCO, May 7 With the subsidence of excitement that at' tded tho earthquake and Arc, comci a more vivid realization of tho misery Inflicted on the community. The num ber of pcoplo suddenly cut off from rarans of gaming a living is enormous, in J tho nrmy of.elerkf, salesmen, rtenographcrs, bookkeepers and trades pwplo that poured Into the downtown itctlons this morning and returned to the residential districts and suburbs In tho evening, fads itself without prospect of employment. Lawyers, doctors and dentists and their ssdslants are in a like predica ment. But a snudj, percentage ..of tbfe peopW Mv'mungkM Nt.;taktag na manual labor, the, only kind that ia Bow; prcicnted, and already upon the streets may be seen men of this class p...

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. — 9 May 1906

PAOB TWO WKXXLT JOUBNAL-MlMBl, WEDNESDAY, MAT 9, 1908. TRUHT12K8 IIOI8T TEACHERS' WAOEH, (From Wednesday's Dally.; Apparently tho finance of school district No. I, wlilch 1m the city of I'rcscott, arc in a healthy nml plethoric, condition, Juilgiug from tin) action of tho hcIiooI lioard, which nt a recent meeting made ruiai'H In teachera' kmI nrloa that aggregate $1,27. for the coming yi'iir. Nearly licit T of thii amount will lie drawn by tint Hiiperlutonileiit, whoso annual stipend ha liceu increased from $2,000 to .f'J.OO. It developed at tin1 mooting that at conference lielil Home time in the month of March anil prevloim to the recent school election, between the hoard and the teacher, including the principal, that all were promised a re nowal of their contractu, and except In a few canes at ah Increase of Halnry. Tho action taken nt the recent meet ing of tho trustees ,cnn only lie. eon truod an carrying out tho policien out lined by the former board, and keep ing it.i ante-ele...

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. — 9 May 1906

-.--yT. W1KLT JOTJRNAIMTNBR, WBDKB1DAT, MAT ltM. pAai noun - ONE SHEEPOWNER COMES J, F. Das Pays His Taxes Yesterday And Others, in Alarm, Hurry To Town Peculiar Jugglery of Wool T Suits That May (From Saturday's Daily.) A n sequel to tho prompt and vigil ant nation of County AMcaaor Sullivan in swing a ,RrK number of sboop nnd goils upon tho refusal of tholr owners to pay tnxos on tho same, J. P. Daggs tilled yostordny at tho assessor's of. (itc ntnl paid tho taxes on his seized Hock rather than submit to a test of the matter in tho courta. It. ('. Hibbom, of tho Arm of Ilibbon t Bennett, whoso 2,000 goats were wizcil by tho assessor arrirod hero lut evening from Flagstaff, but what Ktion ho will tako in his firm's case mi not learned at a late hour. Other thorp owners nrn expected hero within do noxt few days for tho purposo of witling their nerounta with tho asses ior ntlior than incur tho additional ftprnnn of seizures and mileage Inci dent upon tho assessor being compelled to r...

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. — 9 May 1906

paob rous WK1ILT JOrJaWAXrMXKBB, WaUMNDAY, MAT t, 1. Thc Arizona Journa l-M iner Oldot Paper in Arltona. EsUblfchtd March 1864. PUBLISHED nv W IOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING,! iCOM PAN Y MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Sills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the Mme promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up Ihr amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 N month 75 iWeekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. DNIOHIk.Alim (ffel at the Port Of flee, Preeeott, Arl Editorial DELAYING THE ' Speaker Cannon is doubtless correct in his oracular prediction ' .that Congress will adjourn Its present session somewhere between iiic ursi 01 j line nnu 111c cnu 01 juiy. It will hardly adjourn before ' all likely to remain in session until hot days of June afc a...

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. — 9 May 1906

W - . f 4'SWK act thbi nnir non (From Suaday'e Dally.) Onty Assesso Sullivan's detor Birfd nttcmpt to collect from tho ibcf' l10 tax WB'ea bo believes to lir ntly duo, baa hud a salutary of feet. estorday two prominent iihccp owners wcro closeted with tho atscs 0f( n 1 H a result they porionnlly piarati'ced that Coconino county wouM "y t0 Yavapai its proportion c( totnl nmou'nt collected in tho form" county. n further development of the day Didn't Attorney Talbot took prompt tognirmco of he' information given l,y the Journal-Miner., yesterday in re Ittion ti the delinquent wool tax coirs, which have, been slumbering for thn pnst year. , Trcnurcr Wright was also stirred by tie published statements, and while disclaiming that it was his duty to in iti.it e legal proceeding in the said u still ho expressed thetitmost will inpnrf to co-operate- with the proper authorities in the prosecution of .the tfi'lter The two men 'who made satisfactory arrangements with-'the assessor where by they...

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. — 9 May 1906

WEEKLY JOUKNAL-imrEB, WEDHEiDAT, MAT t, 1909. PAUE SIX The BEST of all Liniments In Use For Over 60 Years i MEXICAN H MUSTANG 1 LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT A MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN (j MUSTANG f) LINIMENT The LINIMENT of our Forefathers. it isaqi'ick unAi.r.u WIIHN APPI.1HDT0CTTS AN!) ALI, 0IM5N WOt'NDS. Por DliliPSHATIJD PAINS APPI.VTIIIS I.1NIM l;NT I'KIiKLY AND KUH IIAKI). cukbsqimck nncAt'SK IT PISNHTKATIvS QI'ICK. NO PAIN SO DlillP THAT IT CANNOT DP. KIvACHBD nml ROUT HI) HYTIIISOI.I) TIMB-TRIBD KBMEDY. GOOD FOR RTIFP JOINTS WOUNDS, AND ALL OUT WARD AILMBNTSof DOCS JUST WHAT YOU NBBD for DLISTURS & CHAPBS. aGc.r.Oc. nnd $1 nDOTTLP.. HEALS OLD SORBS AND ULCHRS PBRMANBNTLY WIIBN ALL BLSB FAILS. CURBS SPAVIN, AND IS ...

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. — 9 May 1906

WEEKLY JOUBNAXrMIXfcB, WZDKXIDAY, MAT 9, 1W6. PAOE SEVEN g P BHAKEMAN M OAFTtJBED AT NOOALXI. I! ' " iP - 1 1 . II j f'' li ,iv a i -If a- ' M t tin" its'' s' l ' al pn tie K' thev A88E8BOR MAKES ANOTHER HAUL O. Harris, tho Southern Va keman who nhot and killed i ( ullongh nt Domo (itntlon urnn on Friday night, April i pturod in Nogalcs lnst Hatur .y Scrgennt of Hanger Win. Heputy Sheriff Homer Mnpcs. I been in town not tnoro than . .I a half boforo ho wan nr officers Mnpos nnd Olds met the alloy hack of Morley 1 recognizing tho man from iph which had heen went to if 'it office, placed him un . i Ho offered no resistance ted his Idontity. nays thero wore eight or ten the liutich nnd he first saw tho yards nt Yuma and told keep ofT tho train, At Adondu l e again encountered tho gang, r( they proceeded to climb into ,r while ho was cndonvorlng to them. There were moro in ,g than ho could handle, nnd I mrticnlly climbed over him in (Tfti, into tho car. They told him thrv were going to ...

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. — 9 May 1906

PAQE SIOHT MAT . It- EAGLES HONOR DEPARTED DEAD An Eloquent Oration, A Talented Poem, And Pleasing Recitations and Songs Mark the Annual Memorial Exercises Of Prcscott Aerie on Sunday Afternoon. (From Tuesday's Daily) For solemnity and Impresilvenesi, un ited with a talented rendition of every fenturo of n well arranged program, few, if nny, memorial services over hold in thin city ly n fraternal body equaled Hint or f'rrsuott Aorlo No. 233, Fraternal Order of F.agles, -which wns witnessed by a largo number of tho members of the order, their families &nd invited friend In thn Odd Fellow' hall on Hunday afternoon. Following the usual opening nnd rit ualistic services, in which Hov. Wheat ley pronounced the Invocation, Mrt.' Lcroy Anderson, In her charming nnd faultless style, sang n soprano aolo, "There la n Orecn Hill Far Away." An original recitation, composed for the ocensloo, waa delivered by Mies Hharlot M. Hall, associate editor of "Out West," it being as follows: IK MKMOBI...

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. — 16 May 1906

:' .(.''. j- : ''; f; ' . ' l.i I I . . v 't ..("r i, ) EEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. pioneer P iper of Arizona, PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, UY 16, 1906. Forty-Third Ycnr. Ml llll HI I I'HUP nuiuui HE WAS S S PL nr 0 NO 1ENDIUI KILLED BY AFIGHTINGDN RAIN CREATING THE RATE BILL TERRORIST 601 Tillman.. Will Make Reply on The Floor Of The Senate, He Declares WASHINGTON, Mny H-Tho son- ntion.il rate bill incident of Saturday, tog winch .Senator Tlllmnn, on tho tstlority of former Sonator Chandler, uit statcinontH regarding tho Presi lnV court on tho jtondlng ruto login htion, some statements of which wero tw by Senator Lodgo on bchnlf of tit resident, had u ncquol thin oven it;, when a statement wns Issued from the Whito Houso giving an nc (oact of the subject on tho part of tho President and Atlornoy-Qonornl Moody. The statement comprised two letters, t from tho President to Senator Al lium, the other from Moody to Prcsl ini Koosovclt, both dtttod today. The Pr...

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 May 1906

FAOB TWO WEBJU.Y J OURN AVM1M MM, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1900. TONTO BASIN'S MINERAL WEALTH. (From Wednesday's Daily. J "I started to work in tho mines in 1 8(30 wlii'ii I was only twelve yearn of ago, and liavo followed tho business almost my entire life, anil I must nay after my many yearn of nxperlenco in various rapacities from mucker to manager, that I liave never seen n country with a hotter surface show Ing than the Tonto Ituslii district," aid .lames Noel yesterday to a .lournnl Miner representative, after arriving in thin city from that isolated district of tho territory, which in the minds of many i surrounded with such a halo f romance anil tragedy. "The country has a black eye," he aid, on account of tho Tonto bssln war, which happened many years ago, but T am here to iitato that there is no bettor or more law-abiding people on the faeo of tho earth than the sturdy mln an, rattlomen and ranchers whose homes are in this beautiful valley and vie surrounding mountains. There is...

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 May 1906

1 WEEKLY JOXnUKAXfUOWM, WBDXEIDAT, MAT 16, IK. FAQE THESE ROOD ORE SHOWS IN IHE CHRONICLE SHAFT Six-Foot Vein h Said To Assay $2660 In Gold Excellent Indications In A Near-by Camp (From Sat inlay ' Daily.) Tho now working shaft on the Chronicle mine, which was atartcd on U...I. "i la now nowti to m. nrnth or nuii" r j5 feet, tho vein showing tlx feet in wiJTli in the bottom, with an average tmay vnluo of $20.60 in gold to the Ion. Tho mice ia one of a group of tlx (Uimn, tho property or tne unroniclo Mining company, aituato about four miles rant of this city, enjoying the dis tinction of being the nearest mining tamp to tbo city of Prcscott. It is lituntnl overlooking a branch of Lynx creek, which since ita discovery in the ...1.. f. H ' ii 1inu n rionr1 nf .nlfinn nnl.1 reaching, it is nnid, into tho millions. TIip old Rullwhnckcr quartz mine, the vein of which it is clnimed passes through tho Chronlclo ground, nnd which (iIho hnN n record ns n gold pro ducer, lies in tho immediate...

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 May 1906

t paob roum WSBKIiY J OUSNAXf MINfiE, I .;.: : WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1006. The Arizona Journa l-M iner Oldest I'afxr In Arltoiu. Established March 9, 1864. PUllUSIIM) V TAe JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING , .COMPANY MEMnKR ASSOCIATED PNKSS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY j W MILNES, Editor an) Manager. I h JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Kill are sent out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the Mine promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up tr ' amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 .. month 75 (Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months e. 1.00 Payable in Advance. 357 Entered at tho Fort Office, Proncott, Ariz., an mall matter of tbo Second Class Editorial Comment BEPUBLICAN8 WIN THIS FALL. It has not liocn observed that tho Democratic papers hnvo been mnking j loud talk nliout the returns from the 1 city election nt Phoenix. Tho jic,,t'u" j men, indeed, a...

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 May 1906

t.i v i.u i lutaa n riAU uak .... r mitaii A a " (From SunlaT". 0.11,.) . , , . . . , 1 , , mill footsore, but yet showing ; animation, born of tho exdte-' m Af at' ,r. l I . ulv iiVuOS nnu joo iH-itu nrrived noino on Iridny .ti from a hunt in tho llurro mury, ..r.i.g.i.g wm. mem the , Hie largo jnguor, which wos run ' after one of tho most exciting 1 . xporionced by these famous during recent yenrs. hide of tho fcrociouH nniin.il is turly striking one, showing nil iiictively beautifully blended . ImractoriHtic of this branch of i family. It in 4w in posses- Mr. Hobbs, whoso unerring aim sudden dentil to the destrue n nturr. king of tho ehaso yesterday, Wchnmhonu snld: "Tho dogs tb c M lr tl' s Mr I1 rig 1 up a cold trail on Sunday morn i out sun up on llouldcr creek, fol-1 I, i g it tho entire day until dnrk, ! U Hip scent was lost. During tho ia Mr (Icnung and Mr. Hobbs for Jin iv the hunt and left in another di re u in search of our horses, which (mil i r iken nwny from enmp, loa...

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 May 1906

WSKKLT OtTRMAXrMUnm, WEDNESDAY, MAT 16, 1006. 1'AdE BIX IMMENSE COPPER DEPOSIT FOUND Great Lcdk'e 300 Feet Wide Uncovered In the Rainbow Group in Turkey k D istrict Baltimore Capitalists Prepare To Develop the Property. (From Saturday's Dally.) Turkey creek district, tho forma tluu of wliicli is rent by n network of veins, containing a variety of ores, and in almost overy inconceivable com bination, in again attracting tlio atten tion of tlio mining community, a body of oro of almost incredible slr.o having been demonstrated to exist on the Haiti bow group f mines by tlio ISaltimorn Arizona Copper rompnny within tho pant two month by a scries of surfnen shafts and openings, Tho immenso deposit, which appears almost beyond belief in dimensions, by actual tapo measurements hIiowh that it extends in it northurty and souther ly direction for a distnnco of over 1,000 feet, with an avern(o width of 300 feet. The ledge or deposit lies between n lnrgo quiirtr.lto dyke, which parallels n lar...

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 May 1906

WSDMI1DAT, MAT 9, 1906. WBDMMDAT, MAT 16, 106. FAOE SEVEN jjusv session or mix district COURT. From Thursday's Dally. i ho illHtrlct Court yesterday n .i to produce books nnd nccnunts , virrulod in tho case of If, , versus tho Jlurllnton Gold Mln- II,, tunnel but a short distance from eamp brings tho place within ....... Hstnnco of railroad cVunmnnlra. iuo l o.ntiil terminus of tho . . .Mountnln rn roml. u-l.iin i. , ' " noun 110 WlChlMl nvrr n fourteen miles In length. I. i in in ! mpuiiy, n similar motion in tho i f tho Johnson County Savings nguinst tho I'olund Extension i Mining nnd Milling company tho sumo fntc. . case of tho Martini'?. Mercantile ny ngninsi Jiownni was placed oB tie calender, nnd judgment for plnm'iir with tho order for tho fore clof of an nttachmont lien was rrl red in tho caso of A. U. Peach giin'tt tho California nnd Arizona Mining and Development company, George Carl waa arraigned on the tbarge of forgery and pleading not guilty hit trial waa sot for Monda...

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. — 16 May 1906

1'AOE EIGHT PLAUSIBLE STORY H, J. Force Convicted Of Passing Bogus Check Swore Spurious Paper Had Been Given To Him (From Tuesday's Daily) Despite iih plausible ii atory as luii boon lionnl from the witness Nt.uiil in Uiu district court for some time, nml n oloVor defense on the part of Attnr liny l.eroy A nlorron, who wns appointed counsel for tln defendant liy the court, II. .1. Force was yesterday found guilty of uttering a fal.se chock, nml the dato of sentence Was set iy the court for next Friday. After tin' defense had rested In tlx; en mi nt II:.)!) o'clock in the forenoon, Attorney Anderson made n motion for it dismissal of the ease on the urniiml that the evidence was nt vuri- mice with the indictment returned against Force liy the grand jury when tho court dismissed the Jury, and took an adjournment until 1:30 o'clock in order to give the defense nml prnsecu- tion time to look up authorities on the point raised. In the afternoon session, after both Hides hnil riled authori...

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. — 23 May 1906

BNBKes Mfffirrr r h ." ,-jrt, t )( tf f;, ,1 r 4.' .1 . a , . WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Piper of Arizona. REFUSE TO CONCUR IN AMENDMENTS TO. RAILROAD BILL House Committee The Measure Immediately To Conference WASHINGTON, May 21 -The rail road rnto bill was considered for three lours tonight by tho house- committee on interstate- and foreign commerce, and tho decision was reached to re commend a disagreement with all tho ttnnto amendments and send tho . men- tore to conference. The committee will not ask that instructions of any kind ho given to tho house conferees. There was no disposition to criticize the amendment conferring 'jurisdiction en courts to review tho orders mndo by the Interstate Commerce commission or in tho houe committee as well as in the' senate, many members contended that tho bill aa.it was passed by tho STATEHOOD TO BE VOTED WASHINGTON, May 21-(Bpccinl) Another meeting of tho statehood onfcrces waa held today without to nit ho...

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 May 1906

PAOB TWO WEEKLY JOUBNAXrMDnUl, WEDNESDAY, MAT 23. 1909. MEMORIAL DAT FIXED BT OOUBT. Northern Bar Association rasa Resolu tions Eulogizing the Llfo and Ohar actor of tho Late John O. Hemdon, and Tako Htops to Honor His Me mory. (From Wednesday Dally.) At a meeting of tho Northern Ari ona liar nidation, held on tho lfith day of Mny, 100(1, Hon. T. 0. Norrls, president, in tho chair, nnd tho aaoocia tlon having in mind tho denth of John 0. Hcrndon, tho following resolutions wcro unanimously ndoptcd: Itosolved: That it in with deep ro grot nnd profound nor row that this as sociation learns of thu death of our friend and brother, John C. Hemdon, who departed this lifo at hia homo In Prescott, on Thursday, Mny 10, lUU(t, aged f7 yearn. In hia death, thin as aocintion hna lout not only ita drat president, lint ita loader and exemplar, and ita memhera havo lout tho inspira tion of hia daily lifo among them a llfo adorned with every grace and vir tue, nnd dignified by truth, Integrity and o...

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 May 1906

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsy 1 louufAXrimni, widkmday, mat 9S, im. TA9M miHiff DRIVEN TO DEATH BY FALSE CHARGE Unknown Man Pours A Charge of Shot Into His Brain Near Blanchard, His Remains Being Found Three Days After the Commission of the Deed, (From Saturday's Dally.) cstorday afternoon about 6 o'clock t ho remains of a man who had boon apparently dead for tbroo daya woro f Hind by a boy on tho east sldo of the llradsbaw mountain railroad track, about n quarter of a milo from Blanch an! nnd about throo quarters of a mils from tho Humboldt smelter. Ity his side lay a double-barrelled inuzzlo loader shotgun of ancient pat tiro, with ono trigger entirely gone, tho stock being patched with wire and tin, nnd showing Indications of having ren much service. Justico of tho peaco Davo Foley of McCabo was at onco notified by tele phono of the And, which was repglslve to look on on account of exposure to tho elements and the ravages of insects. Ho immedi...

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 May 1906

V" ;). Iff;' X ,... .. .,. Xt? Arizona Journ iner Oldest Paper In Arltona. EsUblkhed March 9, 1864. PUBLISHED HY H JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor uvl Manager. Tke JOURNAL-MINER wilt be continued until ordered stopped, ills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the aame promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up Ike amount due. TERMS: Daily, per year month Weekly, per year . Six months Three months Payable in (UNION stored at the Port Office, Prescott, Arts., aa Bull matter of tke Second Class Editorial WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT. To thii Average newspaper render, tke thread of the story ia being lout ia the aerial sensation now running in tke Washington dispatches. "Hally Accuses," "Tillman Is Angry," "Chandler Hita Hack," etc., etc., until one must needa atop to think of what it 'a all about. Many me...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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