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THE HERALD..
,OFJFJCIA. COUIVTy PAPER.
Jiatered in the Post office at St. Johns as second
rl pes' m niter.
st. jojpns, a. t. muRsrte'.
local Jjfws.
P. 0- Seekers. AH who -want a post
office will please hold up" their hands.
Portraits. The St. Louis Globe Dem
.ocrats publishes two portraits of Adeli
.na Patti, the first from a daguerreotype,
labeled "Patti at eight," and the other
from a recent photograph "Patti at
.at at at Present."
The ?iew Jail. Work on the jail has
- commenced in good earnest. The front
and side walls and heavy stone flooring
pre all in place. The cells and partition
walls are now being constructed after
jthey are completed the rear wall will be
nut ud. Two more weeks time -will
.show a building nearly if not quite com
plete.
Ranaway. Jesse N. Smith, of Snow-
flake, President of the Eastern Arizona
Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, and a polygamous
Mormon of the deepest dye, has packed
-his grip-sack and joined the army of
saints who are fleeing from justice.
Jesse will never again disgrace Arizona
.with his immoral presence.
Skating Rink. St. Johns people have
caught the "Rink" distemper on the
first bounce, and have got hold of it bad.
A club is being organized, with Harry
Silver as president and treasurer, the
first honor was conferred because of his
executive ability, or ability in execu
tion, and the last was to see him 'skate'
.off with the -swag.
Improvements. Mr. Roman Lopez
,will commence at once to build upon
and generally improve the property
known as the Stock Exchange Hotel
materially increasing its capacity to ac
commodate the public. The grounds
surrounding the building are being plan
ned with fruit and ornamental trees.
Departed. Mrs. George A. McCarter
.with the two charming little ones Ml on
Tuesday last, on a visit to Mrs. McCar
ter's parents in Kansas. We heartily
wish them a pleasant journey and safe
return in the near future. Darling little
Katie wiil be missed greatly by all her
playmates, and husband and father will
be almost inconsolable 'till the flight of
time shall bring the promise of early re
union. V -Arrival Mr Nathan Earth came in
4own.on Monday last bringing with him
his TieDheW. Jacob" son ofthfi lata Morris
MrC Barth informs us that he is
now fistaBHsbing a branch store at Har
dy, r. station on the A. & P. railroad, for
ihe sale of general merchandise. He will
also place upon the range in the vicinity
a large number of cattle and sheep. En
terprise so well directed must meet with
a rich reward.
Returned. We are glad to record the
return to his home of our distinguished
townsman T. S. Bunch Esq., who came
with Mrs. Bunch and their two children
on Monday last. Mr. Bunch and his fam
ily are in excellent health and express
their utmost satisfaction in again reach
ing the land of sunshiney days and star
lit nights, to their home in the moun
tains where the air is pure as the snow
that crowns the mountain peaks and the
.spirit as joyous a the songs of the birds
in our midst.
Industry. The farmer is everywhere
in the district at work turning over soil
and preparing it for the seasons crops.
gHany pieces of new ground will be bro
ken up this Spring and hundreds of acres
made cultivable by the abundant supply
of water from the new irrigating canal
will show the wealth of the soil. Before
another year rolls around every acre of
the four thousand will teem with life ;
with handsome cottages, and a happy,
happy people will occupy them all. In
dustry will be the rule, and success will
be the result.
Acts Passed. Certified copies of the
following acts passed by by the last leg
islature have been received by Mr. Al
fred Ruiz, County Recorder and Clerk
of the District and County Courts, viz :
An act To create and establish a coun
ty court in the county of Apache, in the
territory of Arizona, define the jurisdic
tion and prescribe tha procedure there
of, to abolish the probate court, provide
for the transfer of the jurisdiction to the
county court and for other matters inci
dental thereto and connected therewith.
An act To create the office of County I
Assessor, to make the county Tseasurer,
exofiicio tax collector and to prescribe
the duties and salaries of certain count'
officers in the countv of Apache.
Jmdge Howard Judge Sumner How
ard is occupying his court vacation by
inak'ng a visit to his old home with his
family. The citizens of his judicial dis
trict in Arizona will necessarily feel a
degree of uneasiness for his safety while
away from them, and special anxiety-for
iris return ; renewed 'and strengthened
in vital power for the performance of his
responsible- duties. The public cqnfi
d$n$.in his judgment and justice has
aakkd omj jota, but the wisdom of
3pjwBcjtt1 aon has been demons tra-
-Barftr
ted and affirmed by the verdict of a uni
versally popular acceptance. When a
change of the national administration
was made manifest, the people of Ari
zona ieared that the services of this em
inent Judga would be lost to them, but
happily the indications from the Execu
tive are such that where peculiar fitness
is exhibited and worth established to
properly fill the position with honor to
the government, in a wise interpretation
of its laws, the term of service of such
officer should remain unmolested.
The Irrigating Ditch. But thirty
days have elapsed since ground was
broken for the great irrigating ditch and
within the next four days four miles of
it will be entirely completed, and ready
with an abundant water to amply sup
ply all the irrigable land in its course.
We were conducted along rthe whole
line of the canal during the earlier part
of the week, and had an opportunity of
personally inspecting the work, and
viewing the country to be cultivated.
No greater enterprise could have been
promoted. It will fill the valley with an
industrious and thriving people of pro
ducers and consumers it will give an
impetus to trade in all its branches. To
the mechanic and the laborer it will be
a boon.
Democratic Mormons. Stevens' po
lygamy bill, which passed both houses
of the legislature, and has been signed
by the governor, will have a tendency to
make this territory republican, as Mor
mons always vote the democratic tick
et. Tombstone Epitaph. Hold up a
little, perhaps the legend cut on that
slab will bear revision ; Mormons don't
always vote the democratic ticket cir
cumstances with them alter cases
their political creed is akin to that ex
pressed by a fresh arrival from the old
sod. He's "agin the government." and
its institutions, against the laws and its
authority. He votes as he is directed by
the only power which he acknowledges;
he votes, and in all things acts and
moves in accord with the dictum of a
domineering priesthood ; he is without
independent or personal assertion, with
out liberty, a slave to impudent assump
tion of power.
Unhappy Hal. Our friend "Hal" of
Flagstaff, is in agony because their is
nothing happening in his mountain
home worthy a passing note. Go for
old man Hoxworth; put a tin gutter un
der his chin to catch the ruby currents
that inay flow, during the contest, from
his arabian nostrils ; lock Dykes up in
his iron-bound corral ; knock Sam King
into forgetfulncss of the happiness that
awaits him; esplode a few dynamite
caps in Middleton and Hill's armory;
tickle Cornish with praises of his beau
tifnl depot buildings; get up a row in
Judge Coakley's court; bull-doze post
master Kilpatrick and call upon him to
surrender to some other republican with
greater democratic psoclivities ; cele
brate the anniversary of Johnny Berry's
wedding ; fire Jim Vail with pyrotechnic
fervor ; call a democratic mass meeting
and appoint Dr. Brannen to tell how it
was in the legislature; get up an opposi
tion convention and appoint Stewart to
orate how it was'nt; go for Daggs and
Clark's brewery and fill up with dutch
courage ; then tell the horrible story of
their "slaughtered lambs". Peter J.
Brannen is a fine subject for art notes ;
his extraordinary lineaments will fill a
page in the book of beauty and as you
journey to the east make a note on the
festive Miller, the emminent disciple of
Blackstone, in your city ; stop a while
with sedate Hawks and the sedater New
ell and by this time you will have enough j
matter to engage your quill for the next
decade. Be of good cheer Hal; "the
woods is full" of subjects as your moun
tains are full of tress. The wagon road
to the Verde; the possible Mineral Belt;
the big mill and the millions of feet of
sawed lumber to be turned out when the
snow shall have melted, will give life,
vigor, power and prosperity to Flagstaff, j
The Pechner Banquet. Mr. and Mrs.
A. Pechner entertained their friends on
the evening of the 29th instant to a gen
uine house warming, of the style pre
vailing among our forefathers somewhere
during the earlier part of the century.
Invitations were handsomely gotten up
on old-fashioned gold-edged paper, until
the stationery gave out, then couriers
were dispatched with messages of love
and peace to all the people to unite with
and enjoy the blessings of the hour at
their newly build and handsomely fur
nished home. At early candle-light the
people began to fill the streets and ave
nues leading to the Pechner mansion.
The merry voices of the moving masses
as they passed gave assurance that all
were prepared for a season of blissful
abandon. As of old, every mother had
her baby in its pure white wraps and
with a mother's pride gloried in giving
to her offspring her personal care. The
large rooms were all opened for the use
and comfort of the guests, and though
crowded to the utmost, the arrange
ments were so perfect that all enjoyed
perfect freedom cf action. The tables
in the banquet hall were laden with
exquisite delicacies, in conformity with
the past cakes, pies, sweet-meats, nuts,
raisins, sandwiches, pickles, and the
ever memorable 'short cake,' smoked
beef, cheese cut in perfect cubes, and
all prepared by the good house-wife. It
made us feel as if we were a boy again,'
and that is feeling a long way back.
The company consisting of judges, law
yers, plysicianfl, and their wives, and
children ; of clergymen, and experts in
the mechanics art. the man of com
merce, the daily toiler for bread, and
the more comfortable son of fortune who
is supported by his wealth in thisvworlds
goods, were all alike cared for bv the
genial host and hostess. Long life and
happiness to our friends in their new
and elegant quarters. They ought them
selves be happy for they possess the
.quality of making others supremely so.
Road to Navajo. As soon as the va
cancies of the road board are filled by
the Governor, an engineer will be placed
on the line to mark out a better route be
tween St. Johns and Navajo. The pres
ent road is in many places sandy and
hilly and a new Hue can be found that
will avoid much that now retards the
rapid transit of the mails.
Phonetic Spelling. a letter, undou
btedly written by a Mormon, is held for
pontage at the St. Johns postoffice. We
are sorry our Greek font of type is out of
order or we would be able to give the
address with all its characteristics, how
ever, we print as near a fac-simile copy
as possible :
raiStar priSidant '
.: gohn taler, Esq.
soultlake,
you Tor.
in Hast.
The assertion of the writer "in Hast" is
evident from the fact that he omitted
the required two-cent postage stamp.
If some good Mormon does not come to
the aid of this afflicted brother, the ever-
important missive will fall in that sleep
that knows no waking. Go down in j
your pocket, Milner, and fish out a pos
tage stamp.
The "culled" troops who have been
ordered to Whipple Barracks, and who
are now eng route, are said to be citizens
of the toughest character. From all re
ports they are sweeping everything be
fore them on the road here, having no
regard whatever for law or order. If
their actions continue after their arrival
in Prescott it is more than probable that
some of them will be sent to join those
who have gone before. Prescott has no
use for such characters, fPrescott Jour
nal.
You are wTrong, honey, any communi
ty that could stand the Bloody 13th
Chivalry for sixty days is more than a
match for all the "culled" troops this
side of Hades, and need have no fear of
local disturbances. It is well known by
all military commanders that in. camp
there are no more orderly or easier gov
erned enlisted men than the "culled"
soldiers.
Mr. Charles Sperry, of Winslow, is in
town.
Our. Mr. Harry Lyons will visit;Hol-
brook during the week.
The weather is so fine that it fills the
streets with the lovers of sunshine.
The 'AiJache County Stock Grower's'
Association will meet at St. Johns next
Tuesday April 7th.
The Board of Supervisors meet next
Monday April 6th., proceedings of which
will be published in our next issue.
Ebin Stanley, of Rpringerville, was in
the city Tuesday attending to business
before the clerk of the District Court.
Its rolling very rocky when it is said
that a St. John's young lady has traded
her engagement ring for a pair of roller
skates.
Apache county residents are not kick
ing much against the actions of the last
Legislature. They did not require much
and are not disappointed.
"All men are liars," said David of old.
He was probably prompted to make the
above remark after reading some of Mil-
ner's articles in defense of Mormonism.
HOLBROOK LIVERYjFEED
-AND-
SALE STABLE,
NATHAN BARTH - PROPRIETOR.
E0F" Splendid outfits for parties go
ing to the Petrified Forest
Saddle animals; buggy teams
on call.
gtF" Stock kept by day, week or
longer time at reasonable rates.
SF" Hay and grain for sale inlarge
or small quantities.
Freight and express teams on
short notice.
B. M. TERRtLL, MANAGER.
, CATTLE MEN READ THIS!
FRANK A. HUBBELL,
GOOD WHITE, CLEAN SALT,-
THREE DOLLAXS
FOR ONE THOUSAND POUNDS.
P. 0. Address, St. Johns.
VENTA ! VENTA 1 ! VENTA ! ! 1
El immenso surtido de
Mercansias eng la tienda de Nathan
Barth, situado eng la Calle Com
mercial sera de esta fecha vendido
dodo dicho sentido al Costo per
ado.
2 Compradores allar an un
numeroso surtido de toda Clase de
Efactos, Ropa, Abarotes, Botas,
Zapatos &c.
Todos los Efectos seran Vendi-
dos al Costo.
-LEWIS. LYNCH
, . . DEALERS IN ;
Groceries and General
MERCHANDISE.
Navajo Station, A. & P. R. R.
Hay, grain an stabling for ac
commodation of travelers
Stage leaves the house
daily (except Sunday) 8
a. m. for St. Johns and
Springerville.
DEALER IN
Dry Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots,
COFFEE.
SUGAR,
TEA,
FLOUR
BACON,
CIGARS,
TOBACOS,
- - LIQUORS
and in fact a "general assortment
Also buys
Produce, Stock, Wool
AND- PELTS.
ST. JOHNS,
ARIZONA
The undersigned will pay the above reward to
any person or persons who will denounce and
ftrosecute to a conviction, any party or parties,
except our own employes), for driving, killing
or otherwise handling our stock.
Our cattle are branded on the left hip as shown
above with split in left ear; our horses have the
same brand on left shoulder.
HUNING & COOLEY,
Show Low, Arizona.
Miller & Clark,
-rrr- COMMERCIAL
IMIIE-A-T MARKET.
PRIME
Beef, Mutton & Pork
Hotels & Restaurants
-GAME IN ITS SEASON.-
T. LEWIS,
AND
DEALER IN FINE COMESTIBLES FRESH
CHOCOLATE C REAM CAROMELS AND
PUREST CANDIES ALWAYS ON HAND
Eruits of all kinds, Oranges, Lemons, Apples
and ail others in their season. Walnuts,
Pecans, Peanuts. For Lunches, Pigs
Feet, Sheeps Tongues, Delicate
,Crackers, Limberger Cheese,
Russian Caviar, Cigars
and Tobacco.
Always happy to serve customers at reasonable
rates, commercial corner, stocK xcnange
Square, St. Johns, Arizona, Territory.
$250 EEAED.
APACHE COUNTY STOCK GROWERS ASSO
CIATION.
OFFERS a reward of Two Hundred and Fifty
Dollars for tne arrest and conviction, or in
formation leading to the arrest and conviction
of any person stealing or driving away cattle,
horses or mules, the property of members of this.
association. n&ittix ajuntx, iresiaeni.
M. H. WELLS, Secretary, Springerville
salt LAices. via Navajo springs . miH-u.
NOTICE.
All parties knowing tnemselves
indebted to the estate of the late
Morris Barth, or having claims
against the same, are requested
to call on me for settlement with
in 20 days from the 10th day of
March, 1SS5.
NATHAN BARTH.
Holbrook, A. T. Feb. 25. ml2-3t
NAVAJO, ST. JOHNS & SPRINGER
' YILLE MAIL & EXPRESS LINE.
EXPRESS RATES.
Over 100 pounds - - 3 cents.
Under 10 " - 5 "
Less 5 " each package 25 "
0
Time Table.
Daily except Sunday.
Leaves Navajo Springs - 6. a. m.
Leaves St .Johns - - - 5 p. m.
Arrives Springerville - - 1.00 a. m.
Leaves Springerville - - 2 a.m.
Leaves St. Johns - - 9.30 a. m.
Arrives Navajo Springs 8.00 p. m.
O
A. GoNZALES,proprietor St. Johns
G. Becker, agt. Springerville.
E. H. Price, agt. Navajo Springs
Colonio & Co.
General Merchandise,
BUY and SELL
Cows, Sheep, Wool,
and PELTS.
Our stock is complete in all lines
and we sell
Reaper QteQ&&&
EVERYBODY
Should call and Examine our st ock
before buying elsewhere.
Commercial St., St. Johns, A. 1?
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott, Abiz.
February 2Cth., 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk of
the District Court of Apache County at St, Johns,
Apache County, Arizona Territory, on the thirty
first day of March, 1S85, viz: Ebin Stanley, oi
Springerville, Apache County, Arizona Territory,
for his HomesteadApplicatiott No. 299, for the
north-east J of the northwest and the north
west K ol the north-east of Section No. SI, and
the south-west J of the south-east l and the
south-east;? of the south-westJ of Section No.
27, in Township No. S, North of Ran?d No. 31 East.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Joseph I. Clanton. Phineas F.
Clanton, Charles Thomas and "William A." Jack
son, all of Springerville, Apache County, Arizona
Territory. Thomas Wing,
mar5-5t. Register.
notice for publication, j
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz,
March 26th. 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk of
the District Court of Apache County, at St. Johns
Apache County Arizona Territory, on the 27th.
day of April, 18S5, viz: Delos Andrew Johnson,
of Show Low Apache County, for his Declaratory
Statement No. 147G, for the fractional south K of
the north-west , and the south 4 of the north
east 14 of section No. sis (6) in township No. ten
(10) north of range No. twenty-four (21) east.
He names the lollowing witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of.
said land, viz: Philip Fitzsimmons, Gabriel
Chavez, Juan Sepulveda and Joseph Sponslor,
all of Show Low, Apache County, Arizona Ter
ritory Thomas Wing,
marl9-5t. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz.
March 19th. 18S5.
Notice is hereby riven that the followinz-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk'of
the District Court of Apache county, at St. Johns
Apache county Arizona Territory, on the 23rd,
day of April, 1S35, viz: Romulo Tafolla, of St.
Johns Apache county Arizona, for his Home
stead application No. 293. for the south i of the
south-west 1-4 of section No. twenty (20), and the
north of the north-west 1-i of section No. twenty-nine
(29) in Township No. ten (10), north of
range No. twenty-five (25) east.
He names the f ollowinsr witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Alejandro Peralto, Jose Manuel
Jaramillo, Jose Garcia, and Quirine Jaramillo,
all of St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona Ter
ritory. Thojias Wixg,
marl9-5t. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz.
March 26th. 18S5.
Notice is hereby riven that the followine
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk
of the District Court, of Apache County Arizona
at St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona Territorv,
on the 30th day of April. 1S85. viz: Jose Padilla of
Mineral, Apache County, Arizona Territory, for
his Homestead Application No, 293, for the south
east lA of section .No. eleven (11) In township No.
ten (10) north of range No. twenty-five (25) east.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Romulo Tafolla, Jesus Papodaca,
oasamero raauia ana Manuel tu. cnavez, au ot
St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona Territory.
mar26-5t Thosias Wing, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz.
March 12th, 1885.
Notice is hereby riven that the followine-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the Clerk of the
District Court of Apache County, at St. Johns.
Apache County. Arizona Territory, on the 18th.
day of April 1885, viz: Alex. L. Morrison Jr., of
springerville, Apacne county, lornis Declaratory
Statement No. 1511, for the south-west 1-4 of the
north-east 1-4, and the south-east 1-4 of the north
west 1-4, and the north-west 1-4 of the south-east
1-4, and the north-east 1-1 of the south-west 1-4 of
Section No. twenty-two (22) in Township No.
seven (7) north of range No. thirty-one (31) east.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Robert E. Morrison, John V. Mor
rison, Hugh O. N. Morrison and A. L. Morrison,
all of Springerville, Apache county, Arizona Ter
ritory. Thomas Wing.
marl2-5t. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz.
March 12th, 18S5.
Notice is hereby riven that the followine.-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
mat saia proot win De maae Detore tne uieric oi
tbe District Court of Apache county at St. Johns,
Apache county, Arizona Territory, on, the 18th.
day of April, 1885, viz: Hugh O. !Neil Morrison, of
springerville, Apacne county, Arizona, tor fxis
Declaratory Statement No. 1509, for the east V
and the south-west 1-1 of the north-east 1-4, and
tne nortn-west 1-4 of tne soutn-east 1-4 of section
No. twenty-one (21) in Township No. seven (7)
north of range No. thirty-one (31) east.
ie names tne louowmg witnesses to prove nts
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Robt. E. Morrison, John V. Mor
rison, Alex. L. Morrison Jr. and a. L. Morrison,
all of Springerville, Apache county, Arizona Ter
ritory. Thomas Wing.
marl2-5t. Register.
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona,
in and for the County of Apache.
Lina Rubi de Lucero
Encarnasion Lucero
Action brought in the district court of the
third judicial district of the Territory of Ari
zona in and for the County of Apache and the
complaint filed in said County of Apache in
the office of the clerk of said court .
In the name of the Territory of Arizona to
Encarnasion Lucero, defendant:
You are hereby summoned and required to
appear in an action brought against you by the
above-named plaintiff in the district court of
the third judicial district of the Territory of
Arizona in and for the County of Apache and
answer the complaint filed with the clerk of
said court in said County, (a copy of which
complaint accompanies this summons) within
twenty days (exclusive of the day of service) af
ter the service upon you of this summons if
served in said County, but if served out of said
County and within Eaid district then within
thirty days in all other cases forty days.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the complaint as above re
quired the plain tiff will apply to the court for
the relief therein demanded and for costs of
suit.
Given under my hand and the seal
SEAL of said District Court this 22nd day
of January A. D. 1885.
Alfred Ruiz, Clerk.
C. L. Guttcrson, Plaintiffs Attorney.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD.
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona,
in and for the County of Apache,
Art. Mc Donald, Plaintiff, 1
' vs.
The Atlantic and Pacific sum ji ON3 s
Railroad Company, j
Defendant. J 1
Action brought In the District Court of the
third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizor
na, in and for the County of Apache, and the
complaint filed in the office of the Clerk of said
District Court in the County of Apache.
The Territory of Arizona sends Greeting to the
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company Defend
ant: You are hereby summoned and required to
appear in an action brought against you by the
above named plaintiff, in the District Court of
the third Judicial District, .of the Territory of
Arizona, in and for the County of Apache, and
answer the complaint filed with the Clerk of said
Court in said County of Apache, (a copy of which
complaint accompanies this summons) within
twenty days (exclusive of the day of service) af
ter the service on you of this summons, if served
in this County; but if served out of this Conntv,
and within said District, then within thirty days ; '
in all other cases forty days, or Judgement by
Default will be taken against you according to
the prayer of said complaint.
Said action is brought to recover of you the snm
of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars Damages, and
cost of suit, for the malicious prosecution by you
of the plaintiff in said County on the 24th. day
of November A. D. 1884.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to.
appear and answer the said complaint as above
required the said plain tiff will apply to the Court
for the relief therein demanded.
Given under my hand and the seal
of the District Court of the Terri-1
f SEAL I tory of Arizona in, and for the
County of Apache, this 19th; day of
February A. D. 1885.
Alfred Ruiz, Clerks

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