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Phoenix has commenced gravel
ing her streets. It will take, three
years to complete the work.
In the early hours of Fridav
morning some Mexicans attempted
to make a rough house of the No
Name, "but when Col. Rocky John
got through with them they were
not so gay. Rough houses don't
go in Clifton any more. Copper
Word has reached Phoenix of
the death at Salt Lake, of Charles
Ezekiels, on November 3. Mr.
Ezekiels was well known thtough
out the territory and had lived for
a long time in Phoenix. He was
a member of the 13. P. O. E. of
Globe. He left a wife.
Last week thirty-seven China
men, who had no ''chock gees'
started from Tucson to San Fran
cisco, where they will board a
transport for Hong Kong. The
bunch was in charge of United
States Marshal Daniels. They
were gathered up at various paints
in Arizona and New Mexico.
II, W. Gill, who is in charge of
the Indians at FoVt McDowell,
narrowly escaped death last week.
While Gill was crossing through
a lot a mad bull attacked him,
gTSTinirlriT.r bffrvrccTrtln- knee-antl
hip. The injury inflicted is a
serious one. Gill was taken from
McDowell. to the Phoenix Indian
school, where he is nw receiving
Placer mining is still going on
in the Eagle creek country on a
small scale. Several prospectors
during the past year have panned
as much as $20 gold in a clay, but
these were always exceptionally
good days. Many efforts have
been made to locate the place from
which the tfold originally came,
but failure has always prevailed.
However, prospectors will con
tinue to search until some day the
treasure vviSl u? found, and no
doubt the lucky one will be a ten
derfoot, who knows nothing about
prospecting. Coer Era.
A settlement" made up of nearly
twenty-five families has sprung up
in the vicinity of the Phoenix &
Eastern railroad and Queens creek,
and improvement of a permanent
nature will be begun in a few days.
The soil in that vicinity is a sandy
loam and of a character well ad
apted to the grswing of fruits and
small produce. There is no irri
gation, and as a result, the land is
free from weeds and much other
growth, the seeds of which are
usually first washed on land
through irrigation ditches. The
land is quite level and holds mois
ture well so that as much rain as
has fallen in' the past month in
sures a good crop. Some twenty
acres of land has been planted in
Work has been commenced on
Gila county V new court house,
which will cost about $40,000.
The rise in silver means a great
deal of money in the coffers of
Yavapai mine owners; There is'a
considerable percentage, of silver
in our gold and copper mines.
Then there are some. (claims ,in
which are very high grade silver
George Hance, the Verde valley
pioneer, who is at present in Pres
cott, has served continuously as
notary public longer than any man
in Arizona. He was appointed in
February, 1872, by Gov. A. K. P,
Safford, and has served continu
ously since that time.
The chamber of commerce last
Saturday shipped a lot of lemons,
oranges, grape-fruit, dates and
honey to W. E. Lynch, who will
place them on exhibition at the
San Antonio, Texas, fair. The
shipment was made up entirely of
Yuma county products and they
are as fine as can be found on
The officers elected yesterday by
the Arizona Federation of Wo
men's clubs were the following:
President, Mrs. S. W. French,
Douglas; first vice president, Mrs.
George Ruffner, Prescott; second
vice president, Mrs. W. K. James,
Phdenix; secretary, Mrs. J. 13.
Tomlinson, Prescott; correspond
ing -secretary, - Mrs. Philbrook,
Bisbee; treasurer, Mrs. A. W.
Grosetta, Tucson; auditor, Miss
The proposition to amend the
Cowan law, so as to make the ter
ritorial auditor agent of all Ari
zona corporations, with all fees
converted into the treasury, is
gaining ground in Arizona, and a
bill is now being prepared by a
prominent Phoenix attorney along
these lines. This bill will not only
bring a large additional revenue to
the territory, but it will put a stop
to the slanderous assaults that are
now being made by the different
corporation agents on each other.
The bill will be a desirable one
and will undoubtedly become a
On the 600 foot level of the Gold
Road mine the crosscut is in the
biggest and richest body of ore
ever found in that wonderful prop
erty.' It is said that eight feet of
ore averages more than $100 to the
ton and the drift has not yet cut
through the vein. Drifts are being
run off in this pre and a station
cut out. It is expected that the
ore on the 600 will exceed in rich
ness that on the 500, as the shaft
above the ore was not nearly so
rich. Everywhere in the mine im
provements in the ore value is
noted and the bodies arc immense.
On the 500 the ore still continues
to the west. Kingman Miner.
Thomas' writing ink at flvo cents a
bottle former prlco ten cents at SUN
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T. I. POLLOCK, Vice Preside
C. O. ROBINSON; Cashier
Transacts a General Banking business. Sells Drafts on
all Foreign Countries. Collections a specialty. Interest paid on
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The celebrated Bldleman
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double and single rigs,
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breaking bronchos and for
hard cowboy work.
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