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T1IK COCONINO SUN.
I TERRITORIAL NEWS.
I'lut-nlx ioliccmcu will hereafter Iks
Sunday closing of tliu mercantile
houses in Kingman went into effect last
Fifteen unit lis, tinder l."i Jem's of age,
were arrested and lined In lJhci'iiix for
violating the curfew ordinance last Fri
During the mouth of February, L'liU
beeves were slaughtered in Prcseott,
118 in Jerome, It'll in Phirnlx and -J8-'
T ho ixwtofflee at Plaecritas, Yavapai
county, tvus burglarized Monday night
of last week and $til) in stampi and U
in cash taken.
Ex-Senator Tabor, of Colorado, con
templates the erection of a smelter at
Phoenix or some place on the line of
the Santa Fe, Preseott & Plxi-nix rail
road. Denver parties want the address of
young men who can furnish them with
rattlesnakes. This Indicates that mild
drinks aro growing In popularity in the
Dr. T. B. Davis, of Prescott, hustieen
notified that he is to bo chosen surgeon
general of the first army coijh of In
diana, in cue of war with Spain, if he
will take the place.
A notice Is going the rounds or Ter
ritorial paier to look out for a light
ning rod swindler. The fellow appears
to have dono up the people of Mesa,
and is supposed to bo looking out for
fresh victims in other parts of Arizona.
Disappointed Klondlkers may make
v amends for their recent follies by In
vestigating nature's storehouse in Art
zona. Here you may And ktlm for the
Itching palm and retrieve thaVwhlch
has been wasted in chasing, a phantom
fortune wealth and health. Yuma
Sun. Hig Hug onyx mines, Yavapai county,
which have Iteen closed down for some
lime, will Boon commence Derations
again. Machinery for cutting the onyx
will lw placed on the ground, thereby
obviating the freighting of much wawte.
President Garland, of the Gila Val
ley aud Globe road, has juld the $8,001)
Indemnity to tho Indians, and the work
of building tho road will Ihj pushed
vigorously to completion. Mr. Garland
expects to have it into Glnlxs by Sep
Arizona moved up a notch in 18!)7 in
her pjsltlon as to her mineral output.
She was formerly fifth on tho list in her
production of precious metals, but in
18!7 took fourth place. Within less
than ten j cars, and some conservative,
mining men place it at not to exceed
live years, if her present progress In
the development of mines continues,
Arizona will head the column. Journal
Michael Fltzpatrlck arrived in Phu
nix, March 12, from tho Harqua Hula
mountains, bringing news of tho dis
covery by htm of ono of tho most won- .
derful gold ledges of Arizona, a state
ment that is borne out by sjieclinens at
hand. Fitzpatrlck also brings the story
that shortly after his discovery three
meu who had lwen working a copper'
claim near by raided his claim with
shotguns and drove him from tho plaee.
Fitzpatrlck and an officer left Sunday
morning for tho mine.
A week or so ago tho society' of Arl
zoni Pioneers quietly tiled a suit In
mandamus against Territorial Auditor
(J. Vlekers, seeking to compel him
to Issue to tho society a Territorial
warrant for MHKI, the amount donated,
by the last legislature and fraudnlentlv