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An electric street railway now
connects Prescott with Fort Whip
ple. A number of cases of typhoid
fever and two deaths from that
disease are reported in the Doug
The November pay in Globe
was one of the best on record. It
is Estimated that local mining
companies paid a total of $160,
000.. Newt McKensie, manager of
tho Shannon store at Metcalf,
who had been sick with typhoid
fever for some weeks past, died
at Shannon hospital last Monday.
At an election held in Tucson
last week for an issue for water
works and sewage bonds to the
amount of J 175,000, the bonds
were defeated by a small vote. It
required a two-thirds vote to carry
The October production of the
Greene Consolidated Copper com
pany was 5,540,000 pounds, which
compares with 5,800,000 pounds
in September and 5, 500,000 piunds
in August. The production for
the calendar year will be between
65,000,000 and 85,000,000 pounds.
At the United Verde copper
mine, at Jerome, the ore averages
61-2 per cent copper. It carries
from 15 to 32 per cent sulphur.
When heap-roasted such ore is
piled three feet high on eight
inches of wood, which, being ig
nited, fires the sulphur in the ore
which burns from five to eight
weeks, when the now de-sulphurized
ore goes to the furnace.
Clifton Copper Era.
13, A. Fowler, president of the
Salt River Valley Water Usees'
association, has returned to the
city after an extensive trip to New
York and Washington, D. C, a
large part of the time for the pur
pose of looking after matters con
nected with the local water situa
tion. Fowler incidentally states
that the statehood situation in the
east with regard to Arizona is
somewhat improved. Phoenix
Several southwestern cowboys,
some of whom are well known to
Arizona people, left New York
last week for the Argentine re
public, where they will work on
the ranges. Among those who
went arc Clay McGonigle, Joe
Gardner, Joe Hooker, "Wild
Horse Hill," Lem and Ira Driver
and Will Pickett. Both Pickett
and McGonigle are well known in
Maricopa and Gila counties.
Pickett is a negro known as
"Bulldog," who wrestles with the
wild bulls. Tombstone Prospector.
The cost of the new Methodist
church will be Si 6,000. When
completed it will be one of the
handsomest churches in the city.
Reports from the Helvetia cop
per camp state that a very large
body of copper was struck at the
800 foot level. A smelter will be
blovn in the first of next month,
and an additional 150 men put to
work. Tucson Star.
Reports from Kingman are that
the death watch has been taken
off C. C. Leigh, who was sent
enced to be hanged on December
8 at Kingman for the murder of
Jennie Bauters. This has resulted
by the filing of an appeal in
Leigh's case to the supreme court.
This morning twenty-three ani
mals were killed under the super
vision of J. C. Norton, territorial
veterinary surgeon, tests having
shown that they were afflicted with
glanders. A number of other an
imals were isolated to await de
velopment. Mohave Miner, Nov.
V. E. Messenger, as adminis
trator for the estate of M. W.
Messenger, has filed suit in the
district court against the county
of Maricopa for $ 1,000. He sues
on the ground that while the de
ceased was county treasurer he
had a surplus of $ 1,000. This
the county has refused to turn
over to the estate. Enterprise.
Capt. Rynning of the rangers,
who headed a party that went to
Tiburon Island in search of the
Grindell party has returned. The
Grindell party's trail was located
and followed for some distance.
Dead horses and burros were
found along the trail, but m trace
of the missing men. Grindell's
brother and several others are
still prosecuting the search.
The foundations of ten new
building are about completed at
Fort Whipple. They are arranged
in a half circle ne.ir-the old head
quarte.s building or general's
residence. The houses will be
built of sandstone brick and two
stories. Six of the houses will be
for lieutenants, three for cap
tains and one forfield officers.
Two more large barrack buildings
wi 1 soDn be started on 'the oldpar-
ade ground. Courier.
The Presbyterian Mi s'on build
ing at Lowell, near the school
house, is receiving the finishing
touches from the hands of car
penters and painters. Rev. John
E. Fry, of this city, who will have
charge of the mission, stated
yesterday that the new church
building would be ready for ser
vices on next Sunday. Comple
tion will be made some time dur
ing the week. Whether there will
be special services at the time of
dedicatory character has not been
decided. The new building has
been erected at a cost of about
$i,Goo, and is a highly creditable
littl6 edifice. Review."
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