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Tlie Pioneer Daily ot the Gimp.
I'fUJlSHKl) ETKY I'T.NIN'(J,
JAMES r. XA8JI.
03t on '.Mini street, north V-is. K'tKeen
Ttitiii and fourth
Delivered by Carriers for i t V.n a WY.-k
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1 nlo rfircn i:.- i.m ! . r .
iriii'4; Dnn-nii 'intk ' " . ."i"..".-.-', .'
aiJ.r(.i:iias lo 1 c - it 1. N1.V. i(.blka
:" and .1. Mer
chant-' Kthaiiru l.uiMin. ! .in ant'iuiiul
aircnl in S.ia trni"ir'-i, ami .my -Diilrae'-innJe.
by Iilm will Of iic L,ut.-.eil. I'lii: l'.n
' TounsfoNC Is kept oi. I'.Il :it hi- aircurj
TliEspcptaclo of .Attorney (Jen
cral (.Jutland taking J tdg;o Vincent
to task for a U'.pieiou. connection I
, -with New Mexican land i-abi)er.s i
is hijihly mors.! ami instructive.
oSot less kg. will l.e tia presented
by tlie president iiujui'-in how it
; happens that the name of hi-, at
t torney general happens to be as
, sociated wifh telephone vtock -jobbers
The two investigation be
. ing of Democrat-, by J emocrats.
Republicans will look on with
equanimity, even if both Vincent
( and, Garland ire ii.quc-.tad to iv--.JL-n..
Tun iiniuediato delivery sy.-te'n
has served one 'Ood ptirpo-e, at
j.leas.1, by ilire'tin- attention to the
fact that jr. JiOmlon, notwithstand
inn the j'reat su-e of tho citv. :ill
. lef-ter.s arc delivered within not lo
exceed three hoim, lifter their rc
, ceipt; and tho .seevt is a very
, simple one, being nothing more
. than provision for a h'lHicieiit reg
ular carrier force to handle mail
.matter with proper speed and cer
tainty, at ordinary rates of post-
" There i. good reason, ipanifest
1', for saying that Kirfc A&bi.-tnnt.
' fofitmaster General Stevenson li.s
. outHved hisu-efulne,. He brouirht
. all liia faculties to hear up,op. the
, ta-k of having Ohio to the Democ
racy by bouncing Republican pc-t-,
masters right and left throughout
, the state, and the result was a com
. plete Democratic defeat r.iul a lle
pubhean gain of about ."O.UOO.
Mr. Stevenson should gather up
his cfi'ects and jjo into retirement.
"' Mrt. Cleveland's plan of mak
ing all the appointment he can
; before the meeting of Congress is
, probably the result of an impres
sion that after Congress assembles
he will have his hands full of other
.matters. It may be doubted, how
ever, whether this forethought is
wise, since, to judge from the dis
satisfption already expressed with
many, of the appointments, the
work of explaining to the Con
gressmen how the appointments
happened to be made will prove
.much more arduous than if tlu se
lections had been delayed till
Killed ly Ills Farm Un:;sl.23
Sioux Citv, Oct. 27. Last night
at 8 o'clock Jas. Alexander, a farmer,
living seven miles northwest of Ponca,
Xeb., was shot and killed by a hired
man named Blair. The deceased has
lived in Dixon county for f.venty-livc
years, and was quite a prominent man
in his neighborhood. lie leaves a
wife and several children. The 'provo
cation for the murder is not yet
known, as the two men wcrs quite
intimate. After the deed was com
mitted tho murderer went to the
house and coolly told Mrs. Alexander
of his bloody work, but forbade her
goin; to the granary where tho body
lay. After threatening the life of an
aged brother of Alexander's, in the
hope of obtaining what money there
f-.rs in the house, without avail, he
Lrao.tnted a horse nnd tied. Thu rou-
trv is being searched !v uiiictr.. anil
:in indignant populue, tmil if over
taken the murdmer will doubllewi be
'"oof!; !!-:! Sluyatri.
Sr. ioskpii, Oct. 27. A w.v.satipnal
tight occurred in tin' streets of .St.
Joseph to-night, the principals being
Frank Fuller, brother ft" tins chief of
poli-.t. and 1 1 any Tooth', senior mem
ber of the w holes-ale clothing house of
Tootle, Shiteman it Co., and .. nephew
of Mr. .Milton Tootle, of St Joseph.
Tootlo was riding alei;' tho strict on a.
line horse, wlien Tidier, who was on
the sidewalk in a semi -maudlin con
dition, called to Tootlo and asked hi:n
'How m.'clr v. ill j on take fcr the
mule1'' Toot.o did not reply, hut
hitched hib Irorac to a lamp post stiil,
advancing to Fuller, knocked hini
down. Fuller aro?c to life fu,i and
Tootle knocked him down v. second
-' -iei1 !l U111-- -1"ie- rS turn
time Fuller f,'ot his bearings, and in a
few moments begun j;etliu the hotter
of his asailant. Tootle was consider
ably the worse for the wear and torn
v.hen the combatant-, were itppr.rAted.
I'.oth have been put under anvht.
ICkaxs Xi:ck, :-'. .-'., Ctt 27. A
murUi.r was committed Inst l ight in a
woods known -ts Blind dohn's AVood.-.
A woman named Isabella .'.icksoa got
into an alterc.tion with n, laiui name'!
Charles (a:it, and from oi-ds citme
t blows. ( .tit we.s tasting the
v oman with r. -.'!: v hen she. struck
r.i l.im vith r. jiocket knife, striking
l.im juct bclov the roi'ar bone, on tho
xigbt s;!e, and :.aveii:; an inipoilaat
artery, froai which (5ant bled to death
internally in a few niinutf-s. At the
coroner's iinitiest the jury found that
Charles Gant came to his death by n
knife wound intlictcd by Isabell-i
Jackson. The woman delivered her
self up immediately tiftei the slabbing
to the coroner, who remanded her to
jail to await trial.
Yt'i-y E5:u! ifo:i',v.
Jack-o.v, Aliss., Oct. :1V. A man
giving his name as V. 11. Tan-ant, of
Michigan, was arrested here 'ai night
after pa-.:,ing couuteifcit money to
two or three nart'os in town. Ho
registered at the L'.wrenee llou.'-e r.s
"V. 11. Smith, of Xew Orleans. When
he wao arreted he luvl a large ,iumber
of ;;2C silver eeitificate on his jienou
and a number of burglar tools in hi ;
valise. The counterfeit is :. !.ase one
and could ;iot b;, jiassed or. an expert.
Tarrant is about 2S year-, old, clean
shaven r.nd weighs about 1 10 rounds.
lie i-. now in jiil awaiting trial, which
.Tkni-ili-'I lv 3E. .TJoiioj.
Di:ti;oit, Oil. 27. The body of a
man believed to be Donald 3Iu;.r, of
Port Uuron, was found dead on Thitd
street just after midnii-iit tc-t.icht.
There v.-cre marks of violence on th'
body and a bullet hole on the left side
of the head. The jKckts had bwn
turned inside out. v.-jttchchain broken
and other cvideucer; of rebbery. A
revolver with one chamber empty was
found lying at his feet. The mm had
evidently fought hard and been kiilv.l
for the sake of robberv.
Siirkvepokt, Ii., Oct. 27. The- su
preme court to-night refused a new
trial to Gus Logan, colored, sentwjcetl
to bo hanged for the murder of a white
merchant in this city last May.
A new trial was granted to Dennis
Iiovd, colored, sentenced to be liamzrd
for the murder of Oavid llasw, whit?,
in IJoisee Parish last Christmas.
51:iI Acco:3i2ii-3 lor tlie JJo::py.
C1110A00, Oot. 27. The jury in
Judge Smith's court, before whom the
case of the P.urlington railroad com
pany against its foimer iymaser,
Charles fl IJartlett, to recover $!0,
000, found r. verdict for defendant,
taking 1 ut six minutes to make up
thoir minds that Rartlf.tt, having once
accounted for money, could not be held
re-.ponsiblc for loss by theft.
j, .wttro".-, 'rivi,y.
:;'it.-or.o:.t Ale., Oct. Ji. fcotue
mi tie stole ii two-horse wagon 1W.
night from I. M. Trilby, of this place.
They enine in the night aad Ivft an old
wugon in place ot the one they took.
Tlii-, feat is only equalled by the steal
ing of a carload of fat cattle and foity
acres of Jind, both of which were mic
eokhfully accomlisiicil in this section
viLhin the pat the nionliiK.
titiiK.'-iijvJi' lliii-5'f :tlpt S:ii'Ittt"
iJixouAJii'iox, X. V., Oct. 27.-
Woid has liecn receied in this city to
theellVet thati'ohn 1 tow el!, a farmer,
u'aidiug near Ktarucca, Wayne county,
P.i., this rflf.rnoon shot four of his
children, ranging in ao from :" to 1 1
years, and then ihot liiuibIf. I! is
wife :nid eldest daughter were abwnt
at the tin e of the tmsredv.
A -:i::;f S"i-Kt:i,.
;;j:w i'om:, Oct. 27. -The jiolire
iiavf discovered a nest of forge's who
have victimized Iwnks in this city,
1'itLsbu g and D.sloii. The writer is
an exjiert Ccruu, formerly a clerk
here. His name is f'has. iJeucker;
that of the h-ader, (has. Fisher, and
two assistants, "Sni'' Petern, of l!al
timoiX', and Valter Pierce, not htre
totore hnown as u crook. All liave
been r.rrst(d and tho (German ha
.' :::;t,-i .'f(i!ii'Ki; Win-iJiZ::.
P.EiiLix, C'.t. 27. -Heir Pohle, a
nii.iir. .ureyor, repoits tho country
of Angra Ppquenu a woitldeKp sandy
desert. The on "y jirftduet is lead,
which is not worth the coat of trans
Dr.r.uix, Oct. 27. 'I'hu faiuou-.
dunk-r politician, ir.-ri- l!::u, will
ho-in Ins seat in the iteiehstag on
, .a-jount of ill health.
.Ui.-tiee AhonlV Court was occupied
this afternoon with the ea-e of the
'IVrritory Vf. John llender.sou, eharid
with an assault :tnd battery upon the
person if ilr-. Hl:ne, tlie wife .f a
corral keepir, In Cluuli-ston, yesterday
The ftaU'iuent tf tin- cj-- v.v.s as
follow?: The man licnouxm wus
employed as a holier in (he corral,
and on the d.sy nientioiii-d went on a
.-prei. Xotiug lliis fart, Mr? t-lav 11
wei,t Ut the corral and renion-trated
with the fellow f.r charging Mime
!- : ki:.iu, who h-ul t..!.leil tluir hor-.-e-i
in the -.rr.il over nurht, too little
!! :idi-r.-on J'.'.'t mail .it i'ii. and w. nt
iij town aiv'i ;?ot nn re ihink. ilr.-'.
.layei... seeing I,:-: condition, ido.-ed
the gate.-lit the corral and intcei-drd
to clean the hf.r-es In-r.-eh". llendei-.-011,
coining back about this time and
linding the gates cloned, called the
woin.tn :i vile epithet and asked her
why -li' clo-ed the gates. To thin he
ansv.vieil, " None of yuur business."
llendi-r.-on then sturteil to open the
gate.-, v.iiile the v.oinau .eld them to
gether with hi r h.uidi. Ifenderion
eiugiif Jut by the ami and tore hei
ciothing in his attempt to o;e:i tlie
gates, at the tame time ti.-ing very
abuj-ive language. Mis. ft'laven then
had him aire-led and he v.u btought
Ijefore .ludgo Ahord this nfteiuoon,
and through his eoun.-el, A. R. lhig-lii-h,
asked for a jury lii.il, which w:e
grantetl, and tlie e.s.-e was tried before
the following named tiOens, v. ho had
It-en sumnioneu as jurors: .John Vil
l.my, G. II. ShariK-, AV. P. I.iv: .1. C.
Rales, .'-. Gilkiiii, F. Triljoh-:, M.
ihuieh, John Rcll, y. Leioli, ;. V.
Finney, W. M. ContabL and Solan
(!rit. The defendant was represented
by A. R. Knli.-h and th. prosecution
by (J. W. Swain. The c.ii-e was given
to the jury at .! o "clwk this aft"rnKiu,
who, after ln-ing out a few minutes, re
turned, being unable to agree, and
Ho.v. Wrn-Tci: Stuslt County .liidj..-
A. O. W.n.i.ici: Ciirf.
Wi:iixin.;y, Oct. 2S, liS."i.
Minutfi of last ses.-ion read and ajc
Teiritory v.-. Rayinond, grand lar
ceny. T'd.-- ea- has Iwn on trial all
day, and a w go to prces it is still in
From the testimony in the l!:iy
inowl cape to-day, it looks very dark
for Mr. Ruyinoil. AressTj!. Goodrich
and Smith having wound Henry up
l'reibyterian o'ial tcnight.
Young jtents dance at Mining Ex
change hall to-night.
Huuriuu Mitdinex in keg'' at R. P.
;.lr. Slaven and wife, of Cliarle-ton,
weie visiting this city to-day.
Cuiny a rtintiing. Those line niack
eial ju.-t arrived at R P Ianeiie!d's.
Our lOpoiior die-., a blank in the
jiolire court to-d.iy.
Call at Suiiimcrli'-ld I!i. and ex
amine their new t-jfi of Fall Gi;od.-.
Deputy Sheriff Svart., of Chailes
ton, jpent to-day in this city.
Gent's underwear sold at .".0 cent.--on
the dollar, at the Iow Yoik Store
Judge Mitchell, accompanied by an
I'. S. ullicer, left this morning for !U
bce on a little U'.iinerj.
The lluaeluu-a mountains pnt'-nt
a pretty ir,ht in the evening, caused
by the brtih tires.
From a pthale i!ipat'-h we learn
that .ludiji' i;irae will anive in Tuc
MH. r. wec4 iivin Satuiday.
Air. lioU'adt, if Chnrieston, was in
this eity to-clayjl eing a witness in the
ea.-e of the.Ti rritory .s. Htuderson,
Thentw front of irown fc llan-V
stable is fa.-t appivaehing completion
and when tinislieil will bean on:a
ment to that block.
T!n,"Ap! Thump !! Thump!!! Sil
ver! Silver!! Silver!!! i- iu.w the
chief topic f conversation Since tl.c
.-tatting of the Ghurd mill.
A Mexican woman vho h(td a n w
with some f her ioantrviticu l.i-t
night, was Unity cut l(iring the melee.
From p.-ivate advice it ;- learned
that Mr. Frank Au.-tiu. and bride, got
pith-trucked at Ijivei-side. C.il., and
will not arrive h. Tomb-tone for a few
A criminal case was 1 e:ng tried in
Judge Alvord's court this afternoon,
and District Attorney Savage was
particularly noticible by hi.-. aWcuee.
Ti. u.. r. p'-".i ' !:c ..et-t-! t -day
tl'.at .lamp had been captured, and
ihat r-.n ofiiccr had left this city to
brinir him to ju.-tiee. We hope that
it is so.
J'.it Mills, who v.v.s s; m aJy siifi'o
c.i.ctl in th" Ve.t Side mine, several
days ago. is lioL much better, Ik ing j
leiKjrted 11s delirious most of the
lime. He lvs been removed from the 1
Rm.s i Ions' l his cabin on .Mxih
street, nea'. the Catholic ciiuriJi.
Since Ale.-srs. Finch mm! Filth of
i. lison, haie get nu.rrit d, and .Major
Geliatt has gone Into thebutclu'r bu-i-nes-,
th" young folks of lhat place,
Iia.e nol.idy to joke .,ti.. It I - said
that Mr. T. J. IVIliti'.- frcqueiit vi.-its
to this i.'.ty i-! laying him liable ts a
number of j.r.ietie.il jokes though and
then the young folks will be happy
W :isi lei!.
A tir-t-cl.r-s b.ikcr,oni' who.Mii take
charge. None but a snber'nian need
apjily. A siood .-itti.itinn and good j
waes will be given to to- nulit man
Call on or add:.-s the liclijise Uakery
Tombstone, A. T. tt.
One of tin "leading first-class reslnu
r.mts in this i,ny will be sold reasona
ble if called for -oou. The rea-on.s for
silling are that tire proprietor ha- to
make a trip ea-t on busincs, and does
not know when he can return. For
parlieulirs apply at thi- o'-lce. o21tf
IN Till' a;TV (Ot UT. IN" ANI koi:
tim: co'r.s'iY ot' 'JociiisE. in tiii;
Tli:l:l I'Ol'V Ol' AltlXUNA.
.If.lln Miintiaiirry, I'ldtntitr, v, .Tool S
lUinston, C.IS.CiileiuUr andJamus ISruiic.
Acticn brour!it in tin- ("miaty Court of
Coclnso, Tt rnlory of Anzoii.i. nm! tl.e -iin.
p!.e.-it rlii-d in tie' -aid i-i.tiuty of Cnc'ii-f.
in the ni'Jcc of Uic cli-rl. of tlie said County
The Tcrrilorv of Arizona sen I .-rci-tin
lo: Jih-I ! lit iiistmi. C K. C-llc!-d-.r and
larni Uru-if.'ili'feiHlar. -.
Yi.ii .in- l-rely n-ijiilrid to appear In na
.Ht.on brciisiit a-raiiisi Jim liy rln- n!jte
naiaid pilnlirr, m the County Court ut
Coiln-e Cii'iiuj. Tfrnor of Arizona, and t.i
.iii-ivcr the ri.niplalnr liiltl tlii-ri-in, .rilliin
tvruilv d-iyc (f!.cliiive of Uic day ol i-uriii)
.if cr ti.e MTiii-c on Jon of llii- surraumis, if
-ertrd tiilliin UiH roiuitv; or ir -t-rved t.tit
f Uii-. t-ounty. tint in tin- uitim. iritbln
th-rty d.i;; nlhcrui-c tmliin furt ilajs, or
jiiiiiiient liy default will U- tak.i a'..jn-t
yon aicirdin to tlie j.raj-cr of S;.iil toin
jilaiut. Said action N Iirouslit to recover of you
t'K- :i,ur t.1 t-Iftcn liiiiid'cd and fr:y.tui
t'ollur-. A- fully ar;var liy the coiniilaint
Illid Iirr.-iii. .'. dill ci-rliliid ropy of .liicli
i Iicrt-v) alta.licd. And jou are Iicrebj
no'itii'd Viat if voir fail to appear and answer
tlie a:d rotnplaint. a aliote rcfjnlrrd, the
.id pl.iisilill will taJ.eiiriIi'rnrnlri'aiii-1 yon
liy dt-faiut in the sum of -jl.lli with interest,
-fatiitory dama-:!-.- and cots if suit.
(liven under my hind snd seal of ilio
Comity Court of i'oehie County. Ternlory
of Arizona, t'nU liflli d.i ol October, A. 1.
( , A. (). Wti.Mrn, Clerk.
I -,J ) Uv c. XT. C'r-fM. Dcpt. Clerk
ALL KINDS QF FURNITURE, ETC.
We would call the attention of the people of Co dnse .-ocnH- to tlie frdlowiii"
facts: 'J'hav v.e aie now pi.-paied to oiler joints in our scei:d biauchcsa
price"? that will d;-fy any and all tompetition.
BRANCH S. FURNITURE DEPRTMT
In that !:.... .-h v;.- have th' Lare-t St
lower prices than ii-.er oiler- d b'-toie.
3 nch2. Oarpeis, Oil Cloths, Mat,
ting and Window Shades.
The latest de-inriR in Tnpistry, three iiy exlia .Supei.'ine and Ingrain
Carprc, Oil Clotis .and Window Sliaih-.s in, htigu variety, nt prrces tlint'wi!""
Branch 3. Crockery, China, Glass
and Piatscl ware.
We ii.ivor. ."mjileif a...-.iitn:cnt a', astonishingly low price-.
Branch 4. Paper Hanging and House.
We carry the Fines; Assortment '.v that lino m the Territory. All of our
Stock is .New f.rnl lint idiop worn and seleiied with tare from the principal
raaiiiifiutuies of tie L'astein (.ili.s. We Ruy for (,'ash and will give ull
custoun r.s the bci.f Jit.
All we ask isa Call t.t ccir.intyou t'.at we mean busimss.
The Only First
S u rn me rf
!!V VIUTL'KOF AN KXHClTION I.SSIT.D
cut of tlie.Iu-1'ue-' Court of Town-hip N'n
Oce, in and for tin-County of Coiiii-c, Ter
ritory of Arizona, to mc: liirrelcd and delii.
end on a judsnit-nt n-udfii-d in said '..'onrt
on tiie aitli il.iy of April, is.-.-,, in :ivr f rhe
Major and C'immoii Conn -il of the city of
'I Utah-nine. Territory of Aiizoaa.aii-I :i.iint
I.ydl.i M. Clark, wiiiToin I am c-iiain-itidid lo
make the sum of loilt-four dollars, dar.i.c-ei
.villi mlereht tlu-icdii'lrciii date ol jiiUzuitnt
at the rate of ten jut n-nl. per :iuntiti7 luilii
imiil; loether with t--J-"j loals and ni-irii.
I Ii its thit day Ictied upoi. the follon-.ii'
ut-erineu properly, lo no:
county recorder of Coel.isc fount i s-aid I
hciii on the N'W corner of Tlh and Hr'Ji
strt-i-t-i, in saidrily of Tiinili-toue
uuii.-. iHuiee i, ncreiiy sivcti that on the
ImI Uiiitei-u (l.'.).iii lilntk is:v.:of(U) in
the city of Toriibalone. Cochise i omit i'ri
zuia. accordinr to the ortIi-I.il imp or pl.it
thereof now of rccoul in illP ,,m.-.. t n...
.... ...... oi .u,euiinr. i;., lieHtceu the
-' Hal. in Iherityol Ti.rnbst.inc, Cmlii-c
rounly, Arizona Terrilnrv. f mri...n ..n .....
rllit, title sii.il irtcrt-.t of the s.,id I.ydia '.I
'"7. j'.',' J7 '",' '"''-- -I-4erlljciJ property
a rublie An- 'on, to the lilsl,e, 'an. u-t
lilililur.ro. cash. irl money of rhe L'uiu-.t
states to . tisfysid eveiution and all ro-t-
Datcd till. . ri.Ji dm- of Oit..lier. lSS;
,,,. , , r, ,. , , JAMES COVI.K. '
Chief of Poln-n of lh- City of Torahstont.
Scno'Hi-..,s ,,.,, '
- :iw in
- ;! - ever e-.hibitd in T-'iil--.fone, and at
Class Furniture Stoic.
i ed Bros
Sampling works at Derning, Net--Arcxico.
For full info"rnratiorr anj.ly
to 3I.G. FAGIUE, Agent.
Tcmbtonc ollice, with Judge IJob-
inson, on Fourth street. 022tf