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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 21 February 1906

' v ', ' .1,VM ".!',( f'l ra. jj"' "'I lil'v WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER . . MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. iNTl - GAMBLING PUT THROUGH IN A RUSH PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1906. BILL ELLIHWOOD WILL HAPPENINGS IN ATTEMPT the copped hit Forty-Second Year. easure Passes The House Under A Suspension Of The Rules IffASlllNtiTON, Fob. 19 Thrco lis tro passed miller n suspension of rule; requiring a two-thirds vote, libc hemic today. Tb fift makes gambling unlawful t (be territories of tho United States, ukJinL' Arizona, Now Mexico. Okla- m, Indian 'IVrrilory nnd Alaska. Tho I ii directed particularly nt Arizona b1 New Mexico, whoro, it is Htntcdj hiMing i licensed. Tho hccoihI bill provides additional work for tho ceususburonu by securing statistics to bo token on insurance, fish cries, electrical Industries, saving batiks, nnd rriincH. Tho third bill impropriates .t.W.OOO for thn purchase of .'100 neros of eoal land in tho island of IJatan, one of th...

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. — 21 February 1906

I'KUSCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 21 1906. KNIFE WIELDER AT HUMBOLDT IS e free Testimony Shows That Both Men Were To Blame Proprietor Schwanbeck Warned Them Not To Fight (From Saturday Dally.) TJ10 preliminary oxnmlnntlon of Charles Caiuiris, on the charge of it- aaultiug John Mc.'lulro with n deadly weapon in thn Hchwnnheck saloon nt Humboldt on the morning of tin- I'Jth, was held in thn courtroom Inst v-riitiK nt 7:30 o'clock, before justice of thn pence Tnlbot, nml tho defendant dis charged. Movent! witnesses were examined for thn prosecution, Ixit nil the testimony submitted wn of mich n nature iim not to justify thn authorities in binding Canari over to nppcnr before tho next grand jury. It appeared from thn evidenro tliHt both parties worn Intoxicated nt the timu of the disturbance, nml that Can aria wn ongngeil in conversation with ono of the proprietor of tin place, when ho wn approached liy McOuirc, who took exception to some remark which Cnnnri hud mndc to thn pro prietor. Cannrls ...

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. — 21 February 1906

FRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. aV'1906." A(jK hock MININO DISTRICT 13 AUllVli. TION', Hlaek Hock min i i ll. 11 Thin section is g to tho front, mul if tho , rviHorH of ytivnpal coun- ,llM 4 .. I l.t Jif would give some of their ', ui t it . hi seeing thnt a first . f ,: I wiih liullt from Wlck '.4 W t " 1 . . I.... II 1 I i lirico n mint-, muii iuin:iMI i ii something doing arouinl , mi .11 in Oulch." n nre nbout fifteen pro nt Mack Hock mini!, it lit being Niink tinder right and Adams. , itn' dm) ore, ami l,)al Ik ' " tiff i jff l r " Lit M"1 i PageTkree .L NEWS OP INTEREST TROM Willi. TLE BARRACKS, Whipple uakiiacks Feb. ita Lieut. Albert (J. Uoodwyn, SlOth In fantry, recently hsmJKhc,1 to Co. I, 20th Infantry, nrrived nt the post tho first o tlio week with his family from Fort Douglns, Utah. Admitted to Hospital. Sergeant Frank H. Htrasvr and Pri vato William A. Cyphers, Co. I, "mi, Infantry, were admitted to the post hospital tho first of the week. rrom Tort Logan. Seven enlisted men t...

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. — 21 February 1906

Page Pour PKKSCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 21, 1906. Ihe Ari zona Journa l-M iner OldtJt Piptf fn Arizona. EnUb1lhd;M4reh ' MJIlMSIIF.D !)Y. ' ' . JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor arvl Manager. The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Dill are sent out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the lime promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up the amount due. fttrJ at th Pout Office, I'reecott, Arl TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.5 Three months i.oo Payable in Advance. Editorial NOT KNAVES In awarding the county printing to an obscure weekly paper nt Martinez, the Hoard of Supervisors have not oujy committed an egregious blunder, but have set at defiance the wishes of the tax payers of the county, judging from the expressions of opinion heard for the past two d...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 21 February 1906

BKlLilANl I WEDDING AT WfflTCHOUSE Elaborate Ceremonies Mark The Marriage Of Miss Alice Roosevelt i VsillNOTON, J?-With n j,bin circlet of virgiu gold, 'in the ti'tori'- east room of tbe 'White House, thirteen minutes after 12 o'clock to ils, Alice, tlmiKbtor of President Koosevclt, and Nicholas Longworth, itprcsi'iitiitlvc in congress of the first district of Oli, -wore united in mar nngr TV ceremony "was one of the most impressive ever performed in the tiveu'lvr mansion, nnd wns according to tin- liturgy of the Protestant Kpis top.il hiirrli, of the tirido in n mem ber It was solemnized by the Kight Kiv. Henry Y. 8. Snttcrlcc, bishop of Washington, nnd wnn attended by all the o1cmn stntc of tho Episcopal ritual, ninl tho dcvotionnl beauty of the rnthedrul nervier. So ceremony of the. kind was ever mtw-SMxl by mich n distinguished as mhlagc There were present tin quests nut only the most eminent re prcvntfitlves of tho American govern n.rnt, but the personal missionaries of lb king...

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. — 21 February 1906

I'aijc Six i'KfcSCUTT, ARIZONA, FEti. ,21, MlUlUQ IH ACTIVE IN TUB CHI.O UIDJ2 DISTRICT. Bupcrinti'infi'nl Mottglna, who hint tliu Klkhnrt mine under bond, in shipping two or three carloads of uri per week from the "I'l ores f i I In iIiimijih. Here tofore these wes wmilil nut pay to ship but under tin' new order "f things good profit cnii In' 1 i'n I i I . In ijnilo pro bable tlml (In mine will In' put in Hhupo to make 11 huge monthly output of low Krmlc ore, wliii'li inn lie shipped with tint pressing in the mill. 'I'lie lioili'M nt (lii Tennessee mini' 11 r 1' being ri'iniii'il mnl put in shape to Htnrl up wink 011 tin' properly within Hit' next tw ty iln,vH. H. I!. IMii'ii will Imvo charge of tin' nihil' mnl another gentleman mil tnld' charge of tin' mill. It Ir iimlciMiiud t lint tin' tailing pits will lie worked ovit mnl tin' iin' unveil. In the mini' tln'ri is said to In' good orp bodies, mid these will hi' worked on. Charles I'!. SIiitiiiiiii has Im'imi nt work tlin m hi two...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 21 February 1906

J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 21, 1906. Page Seven COMMITTEE AFRAID TO STftTEHOOD VOTE IS WENDOR BECO MIHG IDESPER ATE STRUGGLE VOTE ON COURT TOO CLOSE TO IN THE RUSSIAN CABINET FEATURE , , , ..-"--fv I PROSPEROUS PREDICT GAMP Adjournment Forced Because Of Attitude Of Democratic Members WAHllINOTON, Feb. 10-"Wo lave hcurd os many opinions on the nilro.nl rate question an there are members of the committee, and every icHU is ufraiil to bring tho court re wiw featuro to a vote," tmlil Chair man KlkiiiH today when tho nonato Coin iiittir on interstate coinmerco adjourn t, until next Thursday without having taken a vote on tho bill or considered mi amendment for n judicial review of tL orders of the interstate commerce forandssion. Thin statement was made in the pre nee of Senators Dolliver and Clopp, ln arc contending for the Hepburn Mil in the form it came from the kouito. It was said in jest, but it is Mii'ved that it more nearly expressed lh situation than any previous autho ritative nn...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 21 February 1906

"'I Page Eight r rK.rVw iliONAt FEB. 21,-1906. i fc'ijiv '' )! '!,!. .M.f .... .J i V The Social M irror t I k Tho Cotillion Party. M. irv St. Viili'nt im has ever been lliu motif for clever affairs, but in tin? initial of Preseott 's Mix-iid filia tions none can cclipsie the cotillion Wliirh look plnee. mi Wednesday even ing, ittiil proved to he a gala night fur the Yavapai club. The softly shaded lights, tint sulm tiit'r tf lovely gowns, nml the noft Strauss walt.es inspired 11 galaxy of lair women ami young ami handsome gallants to pnrticipnto In the. pretty figures which hail been s artistically arranged liy Mr. anil Mrs. Innl Hurks. During the first figures, In which nearly a hiimlreil took part, each eou ple was presented with an American ting, ami it was an enthttsinstic chorus that filled thi hall with national me lodies. The favor for the other fig ure whieh followed inehuleil dnck-o'. Lntilerns, Japanese parasols, erepe pa per hoax, hearts ami cupid's arrows. Assisting at ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 28 February 1906

H,'iq ' P . i- J. (' ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1906. Forty-Second Year. 4 . I . I lil, i WEEKLY 1PARRING FOR TIME ON THE RAILROAD BILL lenator Dick Installment In Favor Of Jointure WASHINGTON, Fob. 20-Tho Hop- lirn railroad rato, Mil wan reported tlio senntn today ly Senator Till- in accordance with tho action of 10 senate committee on intcrstnto immurco last Friday. Largo crowds ncmblod in tho gnllerieH anticipating field day of debate, but wcro dlsap iiitcd. I There wns littlo interest in tlio pro oiling regarding tlio hill. A brief litcment from Tillman with tlio neces- Iry arrangements for printing tho ro- Lrt of tho henrlngx ho f nro tho coin- Itteo and a prnmlHo that a formal ro rt will bo inado later, waH followed a few remnrks by Senator Aldrich, TRIAL FOR fiAl'NKY, S. C, Fob. 520 Keen pub- interest Is manifested in tlio cuso (leorgo HnHty, who was placed on Itl today on a chargo of mur...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 28 February 1906

Page Tw(. .SCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 28 1906. HAPPENINGS III THE COPPER CITY Firemen's Ball Turns Out A Brilliant Affair Scandal Brewing Over Leaving A Door Unlocked JKUO.MK, Feb. 21 -Mrn. Wlthey, who has been visiting in California for tfao ant two months, rctti rn:d home last week. Kicked by a IIorM. Dr. Coleman wan culled to tho Vcrdo Valley on Hutunliiy to attend Pen Haw. kinn, who had been kicked by u horso in tho region of tho lungs. Tho pa tiont wan injured to nucli an extent thnt lin wan ((pitting blood, lint It in hoped there will lie no ncrioim results. Diamond Drill Stops. Tho dinmond drill Imn been tempor arily stopped on account of another r.avo. Tho damage will lio repaired hn rapidly an possible, when work will Imi resumed. At thB North Verdo. At tho North Vonlo things nro mov ing along rapidly, and in a week or ton dayi work will lio begun on thin property in ('anient. At tho Muck Hill property Milking In still in progress, lint owing to hut faro water, rapid progrenn lin...

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. — 28 February 1906

l'Ki!,3VUl 1, ARIZONA, 28, lyoO Page Three men Co., n. ,1a Mf dirt amend 1 . Nunc Bug 1 Ifnctl 1 JlinWl fc to 42.800; I xccott. imt P unty. CARRIOAN RETURNS WITH ZLXNO SPECIMENS. DAZ- (From Thursday Dally.) "Wo havo ono of our shafts down to a depth of 101 fcot, and now the oro In, If anything, richer than over," said T. J. Carrlgau to a -number of his acquaintances yestordny on board the Daylight Express ns ho exhibited n sack of oro, the pieces of which wcro literally speckled with gold. "Wo have let a contract to crosscut the cntiro vein or deposit," ho sard; "tho oxtont of which wo hnvo not yet determined, but wo will continuo this crosscut until wo And tho walls and mnko thorough tests as to tho charact er and valuo of tho different oros found at this depth. This crosscut will tup tho mountain nt n depth of 420 feet from whero tho npex of tho deposit nppenrs above us, and whero wo first found oro of such startling valuo in boulders which had hecomo detached from tho ledge ninny...

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. — 28 February 1906

Page Four PRKSCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. a8, 1906. c 1 t The Arizona Oldest Viper la Arlic.n. KtUblfehrcKMarch 9..I864. 1'unt.isiini) uv JJu JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers arc requested to pay the - .1.. 1 !1 . .t. I .1. . 1 mic prumimy. ouuscnucrs who ucsire ine paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up he amount due. itarad at the Poit Office, l'reacott, Arizona, aa mail matter of the second class. TERMS: Daily, per year ti 11 month iWcckly, per year . Six months Three months Payable in Editorial MOURNINQ A DEAD SQUAW. Thuro in sound of walling heard In tho Hloux reservation. The prairie winds of Fcbrunry, whistling neross tlio aaort btifTalo grass, nru not more dole ful In their plaintive sibllations tlmn ro the outgivings nsconding from the blenk hilltops overlooking tho Wnk-pa...

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. — 28 February 1906

rKfcSSLUTl, AKIZ-UNA, FEB';i8, u, 4 The Social Mm-dr Mnny delightful affairs precede the Icuton season, and among tho charm ing enrd parties was that given on Tuesday evening with Miss Emma Dutcher iih hostess. Those who ga thered at tho pretty homo Included tho Misses Theresa Fredericks, Gussio Rnihlo, Harriot Oliver, Jean Rlnnch urd, and Gnrnsey; the Messrs. Arthur Xnchau, Kdward Lejeune, Robert Porter, (Jus Peter nnd Daniel. Miss .lean Ulnnchnrd and Mr. Porter mado tho highest score in tho game of "fiOO." A jolly affair for Wednesday night was given lty Mrs. It. II. Irtinnlstcr, when n number of friends wero bid den to surprise Miss Emily Daniel, In eelebration of her birthday anniversary. Five hundred was tho pleasant diver sion provided for tho guests, it which Mrs. 0. E. Mcany and Mr. (leo. West were tho fortuunto ontctmits. ,Tho trophies wero typical of fl-enrgo Washington souvenirs. Invited guests wero: Mr. nnd Mrs. George West, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. U. E....

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. — 28 February 1906

1 'civ V';,,. 7 Page Six I'KiiaCUri, ARIZONA, FEB. ?8, 106. WONDERFUL DISCOVERY ON LITTLE COPPER CREEK. IMch Ledge i'otuul, 2 inch Streak of Which Assays $10,000 a Ton. (From Wednesday's Daily.) Equally an wonderful as any discovery reported hero of lato is tho ono recent ly tnado by James Chambers, tho vet oran prospector and miner of tho up per Hassayampa district, about (tlx miles south of this city. Tho now llnd is situated on Ltttlo Copper creek, about ono and .a half miles north of Uio R. A. M. group and lying Immediately west of and adjoin ing the Stirling mlno, which was a not ed producer several years ago. Tho story of Its discovery roads llko a romance Homo years ago a prospect or found soiiio vory rich float in tho locality but after several months' dili gent search, failed to locato tho vein or ledge from which it was separated by tho olemonUi. Ho afterwards drift ed to Sonora, Mexico, whoro by tho sldo of a camp lire, ho told tho story of tho float found, and his fallur...

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. — 28 February 1906

Page Seven TOMMY BURNS IS NOWITHIEF IS HEPBURN RATE BILL AGREED UPON BY Df HIS BUCK HE HEAVY-WEIGHT CHAMPION SEEKING II COMMITTEE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FEB. 28, 1906. IDENTIFIED ROBERT BURNS PENSION He Outpointed And Outfought Marvin Hart In A 20 Round Go LOS ANGELES, Feb. 2.1 -To those who took Marvin Hart's claim to bo tfao world's ebampion seriously, Tom my Burns may now bo considered as the premier heavyweight pugilist. Burns decisively outpointed Hart to sight at tho Pacific Athletic club's pavilion, besides administering a most severe punishment, and was given tho decision nt tho end of tho twen tieth round. From start to finish, with tho pos sible exception of tho tenth nnd four teenth rounds, when Hart had a very small advantngo, Burns outfought tho bigger man, outgeneraled him, and beat him at uvcry point in tho gamo of boxing. At times Burns, although greatly handicapped by weight and height, made Hart look Ilka a novice. Hnrt failed to show any sort of championship form. At ...

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. — 28 February 1906

m f-;' ?' j : .ir ;it.sii.j . . Page -Eight L..il..i.,..i,, GEO, B. SCAMMEI. IN His Second W.'fc Matrimonial Tic That Her Spouse of. Two Months Is ictcd With Tuherculosis Tho love affairs (if former ritsldcnlii this city linvi! in tin; past few yearn iiiihIh their homes in southern California lllWIIS llllVO been till! HIlll- joct of iiiiii'Ii comment in I In' dally press of I, oh Angclci within the past fi.'W months, Init tlin Illicit mill perhaps the most scus.ilinnnl, tlmt has In' mi giv 4' n publicity, in u little affair of the heart in wliirli (icnrgn llynm Scnmmcll, ton Willi known hero to need tiny intro duction, wan 01111 of I ho central llguren thi) scene being tlio ilivorco court. From tlio meagre details at liaml it iiiii'ar.i tliat in tlio course of his resi dence in the City of Angels that our former frllnw townNinan Scnmmcll formed tlio acquaintance of a handsome anil wi'altliy southern California belle, to whom rliariim ho rai!lnlati'il two month unii at tlio altar, wh...

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. — 7 March 1906

WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. FORAKER HAS AN NEIL-TENNY NEW MOVE PRESIDENT URGES AMENDMENT TO FIGHT A MADE BY STRENGTHENING OF GAMBLING BILL FAKE RUSSIA COAST DEFENSES Senator Nelson Of Join Statehood Measure WASHINGTON, March 5 At 3 ('clock thin afternoon tlm stntohood hill was tnkon up nml rend. Honnlnr Forakor gnvo notlco of an anti-gnmb-ling amendment to Hint part of tho statehood Mil providing for tlm ndmis un of Now Mexico nnd Arizona ns a Mate. Ho said tliat ho would not isk tho Honnto to voto on tho provision, 1 ii t ho desired to speak on it. It in iimlorHtood that IiIm amendment pro vides thai tlio anti-gambling mensuro shall not ln'como opcrativo until 1007. Senator Nelson then addressed tho senate in mipport of tho joint state hood hill. Ha gnvo ninny Htntinticnl TO COIN MORE WASHINGTON, March fl I.cKinIa ''inn by unanimous consent and under i suspension of the rule occupied tho attention of tho Iioiiho today, anil ro lul...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 7 March 1906

Page Tv PkKSCOTT, ARIZONA, MARCH 7 iui,b. KINNEY GROUP TO UK KXTEN HIVELY WORKED. (From Wednesday's Dally.) After it long n-rii (if inrc-ti vily en tirely due In vexations litigation, the immense urn bodies of tln Kinney Rroup of mines nre again to lie sub jected Id further ex iliirittirni and on a larger scale Ihiin ever Tim group, which consists (if clovou claims, Ik' t of which aro patented, In located in the Rig Hut; district ad joining I ln properties of tho I, (Inn Mining company, nbout 0110 mill) went of I lie Mill" .li'lo mini', find about two miles southwest (if thn (Hailstone ml MpCiiImi properties, nil nf which nro opened lo n depth of frmii ilOO to N00 feet, it ml which are now in opera tlnii and on a dividend paving basis Tim development work already done cn tli.i mines consists of a tunni'l J50 feet in length along tho vein, a !0 foul crosscut, a shaft 1.10 feet in depth, mid numerous shallow surface openings, which show nn immense vein nr depns It, carrying gold, silv...

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. — 7 March 1906

i'Kp,m i ARIZONA, MARCH 7, 1906. Page Thre VEIN IN HARRYHOUSEN Jerome Company is Diamond Drills In Ore to Locate The Large Ore Deposits After Which Working Shafts Are to Be Erected. 'Wo ran n crosscut ncross our vein, nhuh measured 101 fect from tlio hinging to tlio foot wnll, nnd found ti nt tlio nverngo vnluo of it wnt about t, to tho ton in gold, besides n sinni! j.r wnt of copper," wild L. C. Hoynea, f Now York, ono of tho lending stock h'ddcrs of tho .Icroino Minos Develop ment company, to a Journal-Minor mnn l,mt Friday. "One peculinr fenturo of tho vein," hi- continued, "is Hint every part of it . juries more or lens gold values, nnd while $? is tho nvorage, ntlll wo hnvo largo amount of ore that in of n much higher grade, nnd which will pay to handle separately from tho lessor vn Itip when ho get Htnrtcd working in gnml shape." Continuing further ho said thnt hin company was now doing nil its pros per ting with dinmnnd drills for tho purpose of locating tho Inrgo oro depos i...

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. — 7 March 1906

Page Font f RESCOTT, ARIZONA, MARCH 7, 1906. Ike Ari zona journa l-M iner Oldt Viper In Arizorii. - UttiblbhtdJMirch 9, IB64. t'Ulll.ISIir.I) HV. JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING.! COMPANY MEMBKK ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor arvl Manager. . tit , . The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Villa are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the Mtne promptly. Subscribers wbo desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up thr amount due. tared at tho Pout Oflco, Prrscott, Arizona, as mall matter of the second class TERMS: Daily, per year $y.oo month 75 .Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. Editorial 1I0MELY TRUTHS ABOUT CHINA. Wn confess to n greater niltnlrntinn for tho Chinese than heretofore that pit plno nation linn nrmimiil. Not because individuals ant slaughtering mission aries ami torturing defenseless women -war ...

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