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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 23 March 1910

5 (From Sunday's Daily.) TO ARIZONA, OTJR SISTER 'STATE. By Dr. Walter Lindlcv. "California and Arizona are bound by ribbons of steel, rivers of water, intimate community of interests and by indissoluble tics of friendship. Similar systems of irrigation, with united mining v L interests of the greatest wealth, J. the soughing of the mountain pme, and the fascinating tang ot i. the air of the mysterious desert, shoulder to shoulder we face the 4- world .together.- AVe love the people of Arizona. There is noth- 4 ing mean, narrow, or little about them. The Colorado river does 4" not separate us, it simply cements us together. God bless our 4. sweet sister, Arizona, she was first kissed by the sun but now J. loved by us all." v Prescott Queen City of the future state of Arizona most picturesque and enterprising municipality or the vast Southwest demonstrated lastr evening that it is entitled to be ,class ed high in the class of "Prince of Entertainers," by the magnificent re ception th...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 23 March 1910

6 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MUTES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1910 RUBY MINE IS SCENE OF ACTIVITY WICKENBURG, Ariz., March 18. W. E. Balcom, manager of the Buby Gold and Copper company, near Par ker, returned recently from Santa Cruz county, where he has been for some weeks on business for the com pany. There has been considerable work done at the Buby during the winter, with very satisfactory results, They are at present crosscutting on the 200 foot level, where they have reason to think they will open up a fiine body of ore, and will continue sinking. The ore has good values in both gold and copper. The com pany is putting up a new and strictly up to date assay office and a store building, andas fast as they can be used to advantage more men will be added to the present force. The ob ject of Mr. Balsom's trip to Santa Cruz was the 'transfer of some ma chinery from the camp of the Salero Mines company, which is owned by C. H. Ferry of New York, to the Buby camp, near Parker, which is also being oper...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 23 March 1910

WEEKLY JOUEKAL-MTKEB WEDNESDAY, MABGH 23, 1910 7 RUSHING WORK ON PARKER MFF Bapid progress in grade making and rail laying is reported from the 'JL ti C. west of Parker, and one e&mp of the grading force has been transferred to a point about five miles from Bengal, on the Santa Fe, to work toward the main forees. Approx imately seventy miles of road bed are completed, and fifty miles of track laid and operated. At the rate of one mile a day it is being laid -with eteel at the present time, and from now on this mileage will prevail, the intention being to catch Dp with the graders before the goal is reached) at Bengal. Hay 15th was eet as the date for the completion of the road, and it is now the belief that the cutoff will be ready for traffic by that time, About ninety miles is the distance from Parker to Bengal. The contrac tors have been favored sinee com mencing work with ideal conditions in weather. Following the laying of track the S. F., P. & P. have also been making ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 23 March 1910

s WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1910 BOSTON PEOPLE INTERESTED fFrom Tiiesdavs Dalivi Boston financiers Lave taken a bond, and,, lease on the celebrated Tomboy group of mining claims near Castle Hot Springs, in "Biickhbrn Gulch, hnl iKinted Mark Bra!ey, favorably known in-, mine engineer ing circles of the territory, as the general manager. The latter has started exploitation, and says the ground merits the development to be given. In : fact, he says, it is one of the most . attractive propositions he lias seen in this county "or several years, and an interesting feature of the surface sHowing1 'is that the vein may be traced from 'twenty to forty feet across, 'with copper and gold values, in. evidence from the grass roots down. Another ininoralogical relation on the property is the prevalence of bornite of copper, which' materially enhances the possibilities of the group. Anticipations of the early making of a good piece of property are anticipated through these con diti...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

Weekly Journal-Miner PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30. 1910. FORTY-SIXTH YEAR PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA. BATTLE MAY RESULT FROM STATEHOOD REPORT JURIST IS CALLED HT REAPER Judge Brewer of Supreme Bench Stricken Suddenly He Was Famed- for Decisions Regarding Rights Of Weaker Sex By Associated Press. "WASHINGTON', D. C, March 28. Stricken with apoplexy, late tonight, David Brewer, associate justice of the Supreme Court, died before phy sicians reached him. He was 73 .years old. Justice Brewer was born in Smyrna, Asia Minor, in 1837. He was the fon of Bev. Josiah and Amela Brewer, missionaries. He graduated in 1856, from Tale, He was given the degree of Ii.Ii. D. "by many universities, and was ap pointed by President Harrison to sueceed Stanley Matthews in 1890, as associate justice of the Supreme Court. Brewer's most famous decisions decisions were those enabling . women to hold the office of school superin tendents .and sustaining the rights of women to money possessed a...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

WEEKLY JOTJBNAL-HTNEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1010. GRATIFY NG RESULTS ATTEND Hillside Consolidated Mining Company Operations Highly Satisfactory Excellent Returns From Development WiselyJ Directed on The Property (From Saturday's Daily) Noteworthy determinations are following the efforts of the Hill side Consolidated Mining ocmpany, on Cherry Creek, and development is terminating satisfactorily. Entering this field, last December, practical effort, supported by energetic con sideration, gives the company's inter ests favorable rating in solving one of the most interesting mineralogical problems of the vast field it occu pies, and incidentally shows what well directed and judiciously applied capital will accomplish. It must not be inferred that the company has proven the existence of a bonanza, but it must be said, however, that the indications warrant the creation of an excellent mining proposition and one also that will, it is be lieved, prove the wisdom of the in vestment. The keyno...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

WEEKLY J0T7RNAL-MINEE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1910. 3 QUEEN CHIEFTAIN E Walter Douglas Paid Brief Visit th The Queen City Stated He Will Return Again in a Few Weeks (From Friday's Daily.) Walter Douglas, the general man ager of the heavy mining interests of Phelps, Dodge & Co., in Arizona, and a gentleman .of much prominence 341 d influence in the financial and industrial life of the territory, ar rived in the citv vesterdav from Bis- beo on business pertaining to his syndicate in this field. He returned south last night, but before leaving stated that in a few weeks he would return to remain for a more extended visit. Mr. Douglas, about seventeen years ago, was .a resident of this section, and when the Commercial Mining company was operating heavily along Big Bug, the Senator and in Copper Basin, and this is his first trip to the north since leaving for the south. Attending his return to this sec tion, he states that it has no sig nificance whatever in mining or other business, an...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

f WEEKLY JOtTSHAIt-HIHEB WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO, 1910. THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER brLSf ffiTlS$J. Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March g,-1864 Published by THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. .but? it is true, and this samei 290 probably returned ' td. their studies af ter their fling. They had gotten out of them what was in them that ailed I them. HARNESSING PISCAL NIAGARA. J. W. MILNES, "Editor and Maniger. SERVICE HELD ON EASTER SUNDAY The "richest man in the world." and his son, who would otherwise suc ceed him in that eminence and power, have announced that they will henceforth devote themselves to Usder the requirements of the new postal law. subscriptions are payable in ad- the task of employing in philanthro pe in order that the paper mav be permitted to pum throueh the mail aa PaT ."e greatest lortune aver ac- Moad-claaa matter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be stopped at expiration. I wa3 "i. to mfko las...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

WEEKLY JOTJKNAL-MINE WEDNETDA3 k MA2CH 30JjlflJ, cIhe Social Mirror The social trend of the last week has tended toward the gayety which will undoubtedly mark the season which is just opening. Any number of affairs are being arranged for the eoming weeks, and it now looks as if the social season win De tne most active we have known ior years. Unusually pretty was the dinner presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Will iam H. Doyle, on Thursday evening, at their home on south .Mount ver Bon avenue, in honor of Judge and Mrs. Edward M. Doe, who leave very shortly for their homo in lagstall. The table was prettily decorated in yellow, around which were seated r - t 3- r Mr. and -Mrs., uoyie, juage ana jn.ru. Edward M. Doe. .Mrs. Thomas (j Norris, Mrs. Francis If. Wright, Miss Agnes Todd -and Mr. A. D. Barnhart, Mrs. J. C. Herndon and Mrs. Bob- ert S. Burmister gave a very de lizhtful tea on Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Herndon, on South. Cortez street. During the af ternoon the guests ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

6 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MAECH 30, 1910. (IE DAISY STR K GROWING HIGHER (From Saturday's Daily) Remarkable conditions are still prevailing at the Little Daisy mine, at Jerome, and the big strike of last week continues in development going on from the crosscut on the SOO foot level, with the immense ore body not as yet explored. Twenty-two feet of a solid ore body had been penetrated up to Thursday night, and according to a statement yes terday of General Manager Fisher, it is problematical when the exact ore zone will be determined. He states that the timbering of the ground was effected a few days ago, when development was resumed and thirteen feet ' was accomplished in the last work. The character or the ore for that distance is the red oxide and the carrying of native cop per was identical to that which was cut into when the big discovery was mentioned a few days ago. The copper glance body was pass ed over in the new work, and it is the belief from what is seen on the f...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

WEEKLY JOTJENAIrMINEE WEDNESDAY, MAECH 30, 1910. PIONEER NOW THE MIGRATORY PREDICTING MARCUS HAS LONG RA Recalls Page From The Early History Of Yavapai Began on Same Date And Continued For Week (From Saturdays Dally History is repeating itself, so far as it applies to the weather condi tions prevailing in this section, at the present itme, and through the caprices of Jupiter Pluvius, Prescott is experiencing a return of the "good old days," tha.t the pioneer likes to think and talk about. Through the medium of an old diary owned by our townsman, W. X. Kelly, he looked over the wether-beaten leaves, yesterday, and when his eye reached March 25th, 1S67, he noted that it began to rain in the same manner it started in to do yesterday morning. He recalled the day of so long ago, and stated that he was at Lee's Ranch, that morning, forty-seven years ago, re turning to the little hamlet of Pres cott from California, saying that it rained on all day, and the down pour continued for seven co...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 30 March 1910

8 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1910. H STRKE IDE AT THE Good Discovery Made On Most Promising Property Valuable Ore Body Has Been Encountered In Work (From Tuesday's Daily) Reports of a rich strike on the Hub mine of the Skull Valley De velopment company, in circulation for Beveral days, were confirmed yester day by the" arrival in. the city of C. E. WilliaSis, the superintendent of that corporation. The cutting into of three feet of an oxidized gold ore, carrying a small percentage, of sulphides, is confirmed by him, but. the values were not given out, The Hub is one of the group that work was concentrated on when the new com pany entered that field a short time ago, and the. big ore body was de veloped at the bottom of the seventy foot shaft, the deepest workings on that property. At another point on the 'group, the Bryan claim, a con tract of tunnel running, has been finished, for 180 feet in length, and will be continued later to tap the vein. ' The new company is o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

Weekly ' ' fi. ' LLLLwF aaaaHssav .aSatsjjBafc JUUKW AL - JniNER PIONEER PAfER OF ARIZONA. PRBSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1910. ED DY GIVEN KINGLY HONOR FORTY-SIXTH YEAR COURIIGEOUS CONGER accident . RESIGNED . -., itertainfd by King ,An4QanOf, Italy . . line ipttcuMl Incident Rf arming The . Vatican - )ME, Italy, April 4. Twlco today sovolt was the guest of Xing mud. Tho Italian, king first re- Jed tho cx-Presldent at nn early nt tho Quirinal, and secondly at 'clock in tho ovoning, at a grand tor in tho palace . reparations for tho dinner were cr tho supervision of tho queen, lelf, who seated Mrs. Roosovclt at right of the king, whilo she wont irm in arm with tho former Presl- ho event was surrounded with all pomp and circumstance of roy- this afternoon .Roosevelt rccolred a utatlon of journalists, and Bo v. tling Clark, head of tho Methodist nidation In Italy. lie refused to Fuss with newspaperroon tbo Vati-incident.' lio refusal , p ,tho Fopo to grant 1 scvclt an ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

wsmdct loxnuthh-wmmM wsdmmdat, atmz. , iio. MINE BUY IS ATTRACTING ATTENTION Much Interest Manifest In Purchase Made By Young Believe That Large Bon anza Has Been Ac quired (From Baturday'a Dully) Anent tho recent information reach lag thin placo of the bonding of tho Mammoth mine, In tho (Joldfirld din trlot, to Ocorgo U. Young, Hctretnry f tho Territory, itnd from the fact that Mesa, haa been in tho past nnd will bo In tho future very much Interested in any mining operation conducted in thu (Joldficld district, iho nows haii naturally aroused con siderable comturnt at thii place. Mesa 1h Interested from tho fact that in tho event that u mine in found in tho district nbovo mentioned thia will naturally bo the base of supplies and tho nearest railroad point, Ooldfleld being twenty mile roni Mesa. Naturally there are tluiHO who nre of tho opinion that tho Mammoth lino has been worked out ,and then again there nro those who are as irmly convinced that there la a new proposition on the...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

WXBKX.Y JOUBNAXrlONML WKDNXSDAT, AF1XL 0, 1910. POMP VFRHF K ACTIVE ONCE MORE 1 i Ci. f f i j TV .1 TT niiM-riNLR .iLiieiimiiirr.N rill, im iviiu ney to Continue Operations On Promising Property -i .i...t. ....t. ....I. Anodes, a few days ago, . . - a . iL. inrr fiiA raiiuiaufl Hif 1KB on inn ' . . ft A 1 Daisy mine, several oi mo near .aft. il V 1S 1 company, residing in that city, - M il -1 3 1 A A 1 1 a a. a a a I .!- i n ipiv. m r. .mniiiunii w slss in b.eid city at th4 time, and waa pro with ample laances to begin . a i.-a . of Idleness, the property will bo undor headway, Mr. Camp llTiujf a i uiti uvi 4vavv a. uvn - - J 1 I A 1 I viiiiiiiu. biiu ivbi im a u i at aaiuiaa' r ii h c ii in m ii as Lauiui move carries with it note consideration of that Hold in nnrnl nnNftiiiHttiiiJi. Anil ifnm 1.. Littlo Daisy ground, it is the l . 1! J -At it. ! f .1 . r tn 1 1 1 i (i T inn wininir inn f ii n n i. ta is. . . that it is among the most - ri - iiifi tins, uninv iinnnii mi wiiiil ntnr...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

&: WXEXLY JOtTKXAXrMIKEX WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, ltlO. Secretary Ballinger Waxing War THE ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864 Published by THE JOURNAL -MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. l a Head of Department of the Interior Greatly Wrought J. W. MILNES, Editor and Maniger. By Articles That Are Appearing in Leading Magazine. Under the requirement! of the new postal law, subscriptions art payable la ad met in order thnt the paper may be permitted to pasa through the stalls aa He Protests Also Against Action of Counsel. OTMad-elaaa matter. According!, subscriptions will be stopped at oxplratloa TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 Daily, pr month 75 Weekly, per year ; . . . . 2.50 Weekly, six months x.50 Weekly, three months x.oo Payable in Advance. Entered at PostofRce, Prescott, Ariz., as second-class mail matter (UNION 4JS! Editorial Comment PUBLIC OPINION AND WAR. . Moit peopio of n prophetic turn ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

JOUmKAXMUnill. WXDWMPAT APBIL, , 1810. d'cia (From Sunday's Dally) rho "top" of pleasure haa been nnlng right merrily for tho pant sk, and thoro hns been something ror an, cither in luncheons, partlCR, lectured, dinners or is. and we are all proving what ling victims we are to tbo gatm, pleasure. fever before has so mneh gaiety en chronicled in such a short ice of time aa ha been this last ok. r. Ed. Illoek entertained a nmn- of her friends most charmingly Frldayafternoon, at a "Buporsti " party. Tho guesta wore first ertalned at luncheon given at the vapai Club, and aa they arrived i to waiic under a ladder into tho ing room, and all along their hway. were blnck cats. Tho lea were so arranged that at each pro were thirteen", and at each place wna spilled on tTio cloth. Tho Irs wore all decorated with largo cnes or peneocK leathers nnd plu ia ferns. The nWn ourIn m cedipgly handsome hand-painted 1. 11 m l i cock j earners, ino Knives were laid with tho blado up, and scls- i) nm ti h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, AT ML 6, 1910. 0 STRIKE STILL SHOWS ON THE LITTLE WORK WILL BE RE SUMED OK HAYNE8 T Indications That Discovery is Larger Than Had Been Supposed When Ore Body Was Cut Into. (From Friday' Dully.) Telephone advices received by the' Journal-Miner' last night from Jerome, give the important Information thnt the. croHHcut. frutn the drift on tho 800 foot level of the Mttlo Daisy had reached .i point forty-one feet In on the vein, and the work stopped without going through tho ore body. In the fncfl of thin crosscut samples were cut and fabulous values were shown three assays giving copper val ues that ran ns high as 05 per cent in copper, and running in gold to $8, 49 and I0 per ton. Ou being called to tho phone, General Mauagcr Fisher made tho rcllablo statement Hint the face of this crosscut was shown to bo continuing with the red oxides, nud in grndo was the boat yet cut nto in this work. He nlo stated thnt the winze had reach cd a depth of 285 feet, and...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

"tv. iT JOUMfAXrMHfSB WXDXMDAT, A7BXL , MM. r m 111 111 a aai bb u u H MBBfl r 111 mm. 1OTEN0N VESSEL f ifu It-Li Aft. . II. gtOOSB, " Lead thous ne on, night ia dark, and I ua far from home; Lead tkoa ua on, thoa say feat; I do sot aik to an distant seene; one atep enough for me. . A .1 - 3 A I - & thou Should 'at led nse on. i a . a a 1 - but HOW, Lead thou ne on! A I f 1 ! f 1 of tears, Tiiifln mv win. iunmnr nriL past years! long thy power hath blessed me, aure it aUll Will lead bio on. moor and fen. o'er crae and torrent till The sight ia gone. with the morn those angel faces smile, T lint. lnvn! Inno alni nnri lost awhile I John II. Newman. a i a. i a lift Dnforto, Sicily, of malarial fover. a hia work thcro also worried Ills mental depression waa so tara ma anrvant rnnntrnt. mm death, and begged for hia last a a Ma . a Fiinni. incifl wnr vivnu. uu. . a at t a a i . a . .. a it . at -ryt . to secure transportation oa an l J. a1l .aa j .L. ......1 wiuui icu uii anu tun icav...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1910

8 WRJtSXT JOirftNAXrMZNXB WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1010. HAYNES MINE 10 E il-'rotti TiR'imI' Diillvi Arriving yenlerdny from Jerome, T. II. Campbell, the general manager (if the llayiif Copper company, slated Hint a supply of furl was expected to reneh t lie camp thin week, nml Im mediately iNin Hf arrival work .would lm resumed. The uiiwntering of the property would 'bo undertaken nt that time, ami it wax' anticipated that nlionl tr n il.i)V would be. consumed In that work. The, former work out lined will h' completed, nml from It the solution of o' very 'important prob lem nffccting' the future welfare of tlio property is" 'I" bo cf fe'etcd. Thin exploitation la'inatcroYf in 'I Wo head ings, ono " etoi'sftit to Hit wont and tlio other to intersect the ground plnrcd ly iliamnml drill operations from tlm surface. Thin drift will bo pushed forward to internet the north fault, from which character of exploitation in the piiHt few week the magnificent determinations on the Little Daisy were...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal-Miner
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