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nn FOURTH YEAR. PIKENIX, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1854. VOL. V. NO. 140. h n n i REPUBLICA II ll 11 ii v.?, II r Ms it H MA A JOLJCLd Goldberg Bros Clothing Store , A Clothing Store with a great big We Buy, Sell 'and Dream Clothing 24 hours a day. Making a specialty of it Undersell Special attention this week to our line of White hills. A fine aiinJraJSiiir See our show window. A better one for 5c. and others at S1.00, 81.25, 81.50 81.75. All Sizes. Just re ceived complete line of iS at Lowest prices; a good Unlaundried shirt for 50c. Always Look for Our Sign at Door. Remember Our Free Labor Office. Goldberg Bros Clothing Store. We ouCi son Bros. Slur THE SON WARNED Refugee Nihilists Issue a Circular. A Bloody Prospect for the Czarowitch. A Bomb, a Revolver and a Dag ger Readyfor Him Should He Escape Assassination at the Hands of Grand Dukes Vladimir and Michael. By the Associated Press. London, Oct. 31. A circular showing a blood-red bomb, revolver and dagger, emanating from refugee nihilists in Switzerland is circulating there and in London, denouncing the czar in the moit bitter terms and warning his suc cessor thus : "Let his Bon, the czarowitch, or his ambitious rivals, the grand dukes, Vladimir and Michael, who are ready to assassinate him in accordance with the traditions of the Romanoff family to get possession-of the bloody heritage, let all thoroughly understand every hour, at every step they find themselves face to face with the inflexible will of the revolutionists." - BURLINGAME ACCU1TTED. A Taney County Jury Finds the Springfield Ex-Banker not Guilty. Springfield, Mo., Oct. 31. The jury in the case of the state vs. T. E. Bur lingame, ex-president of the defunct bank of Commerce, charged with re ceiving deposits when he knew the bank was insolvent, on trial atForsythe Taney county, yesterday, brought in a verdirt of not guilty. He was to have been tried at once on another indicl- ment but the prosecuting attorney waB I taken sick. j The verdict was a great enrprise as the state proved everything it wanted to and no evidence was offered for the defense. She Terrorizes the Town. Tahlequist, I. 'f ., Oct. 31. A courier ! has just arrived with information that Sheriff Proctor and a posse of Chero kees are hot on the trail of Cook and his gang of robbers, being only half an I nour oenina mem. iast mgni Liouise Cook, a sister of the leader of the no torious gang, rode into Fort Gibson and terrorized the people of that place by shooting into houses and defying ar rest. She filled the depot full of lead from her pistol. After driving the frightened citizens off the streetB Btae galloped through a squad of deputy marshals and out of town in true bandit queen style. THANKSGIVING DAY. Thursday November29 Named By the President. It is Set Apart as a Day of Thanks giving; and Prayer toBe Observed By Ail the People. By the Associated Press. Washington, Oct. 31. President Cleveland today issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation, naming Thursday Nov. 29 as a day of thanks giving and prayer to be kept and observed by all the people of the land. IRRIGATION IN NEW MEXICO Governor Thornton Describes Its Value to the Territory. Washington, Oct. 31. Governor Thornton of New Mexico, has made his annual report to Secretary Smith of the interior department. Of the general condition he says : "Irrigation enterprises begun within the last two or three years have suc ceeded admirably, bringing under cul tivation large areas of desert land. In more than half the counties of the territory enterprises of importance have been begun which will add largely in the near future to the prosperity of our people. "The total assessed valuation of the territory is $43,630,244, the bonded debt $925,000 and the floating debt $21,891. There has been considerable railroad building, and stock raising has been prosperous and shows a great increase. "Mining interests have suffered from the depreciation in the price of silver and lead. "The population of the territory has increased about 2,000 during the year." Searching for His Daughter. Denvek, Oct. 31. Eichard H. Hard ing of Chicago, is in Denver, looking for his daughter, Annie, who disap peared October 4. Two days later he received a telegram from her saying she was in Denver and would never return home. Her father has been unable to find any trace of her. He thinks she is with a young variety actor named Arthur Herbert. BRUTALITIES IN BRAZIL. Rebels Burned Alive and Women Set on Fire. Montevideo, Octy 31. An American newspaper correspondent who has just arrived here overland from Rio de Ja neiro, having parsed through the entire intervening country, reports that he saw the bodies of foutteen mtn who had been buried alive in a standing po sition by orders of Brazilian command ers, but with their heads exposed and who had perished fcither from starva tion or from attacks of vultures, which had eaten out theineyes and picked the skulls bare of flesh. At Santa Mateo the clothing of women suspected of sympathizing with the revolution was saturated with oil and set on fire. While the women were burning the soldiers were ordered to ehoot and wound, but not to kill them.. . The correspondent says some of his fingers were torn off after he had been subjected to torture by the extraction of the nails. Though now under a doc tor's care, he expects to start for New York soon. . THE GULF ROAD. A Sensation Developed in the Foreclosure Suit. A Counter Petition Alleged That the Bonds A mounting to $15,000,000 Are Fraudulent. By the Associated Press. Denver. Colo.,' Oct. 31. Ex-Gov. Evans sprang a eensation in the fore closure proceedings againt the Gulf road this afternoon by filing a counter petition alleging that the bonds were fraudulent. Attorney Hyde represent ing the American Loan and Trust com pany, said the bonds with unpaid in terest amounted to $15,000,000. He asked that Receiver Trumbull and E. Ellery Anderson, be named as receivers. The court decide;" to consolidate the Evans ca9e with ttitf foreclosure suit and extended the appointment of Trumbull previously made in the Evans case to cover the foreclosure euit. Application for Anderson's appointment was de nied. CALLED ON CLEVELAND. The Man Who Challenged Emperor William Calls on the President. New York, Oct. 31. Richard Rooder, of New York, who wrote to Emperor William, of Germany, some months ago challenging him to light a duel, called at Dr. Bryant', house today to see President Cleveland on business of ex treme national importance. Dr. Bry ant told him that it was impossible to see the president at that hour. Rooder was finally persuaded to go away. It has been reported that a bodyguard ac companied Cleveland, but noue of the officers are in evidence today. Presi dent Cleveland leaves for Washington this afternoon. HIS SKULL CRUSHED IN. Hans Frahm the Victim of a Vicious Attack and Will Die. Tcscola, 111., Oct. 31. Hans Frahm, a wealthy suburban resident of Tuscola, was found in his barnyard with his skull crushed and his face disfigured last night. He had been for hours un conscious and during that time the oil from his lantern caught fire and burned his right arm to a cinder. The sur geons pronounce his case hopeless and he will probably die tonight. He is still unconscious and unable to make any statement. He was known to have drawn a large sum of money from the bank the day before. DASHED TO DEATH. the Death of Two Men. Premature Explosion Causes The Tragedy Occurs In a Rock Quarry Where they Were Em ployed to Blast Stone Out. By the Associated PreBS. San Francisco, Oct. 31. Peter An derson and Hugh Cowen, laborers, were killed this afternoon by a prema ture explosion of a blast at Gray Bros', stone quarry. The two men were working on a ledge thirty feet above the main level. The force of the explosion hurled them to the bottom of the pit. Anderson was instantly crushed to death under a mass of rock. Cowen died within twentv minutes. Women Will Try to Vote. Anderson, Ind., Oct. 31. Two hund red and fifty members of the Women's Christian Temperance union passed resolutions last night to go to the polls next month and attempt to vete in or der to aid in testing the constitutional ity of the Indiana state law. A FIEND TALKS. Confession of a Purpose of Wholesale Murder. In Order to Prevent In terference Train Robbers Attempt to Mas sacre Crew and Passengers. A Participant Tells the Story of the Wreck of the Soo Train a Month Ago. By the Associated Press. Merrill, Wis., Oct. 31. Leavitt Hazleton, made a full confession of the part he and Frank Williams took in the wreck of the Soo passenger train on the night of Oct. 27, in which Fireman Connell was instantly killed. The plan was to kill everybody on the train and rob the express car. Before a notary Hazleton said : "We expected the cars all to be thrown from the track, smashed up and the passen gers and train crew all killed, so we would have no one to prevent us from accomplishing our purpose." Hazleton and a companion cut all the stringers across the bridge and sawed the piles on which the stringers rested. THE DRAYTON DIVORCE. Mrs. Drayton Files Her Answer In the Suit. Denies Her Husband's Charges and Accuses Him of Deserting Her Without Cause. By the Associated Press. Trenton, N. Y., Oct. 31. The answer in the James Coleman-Drayton divorce suit was filed this afternoon. Mrs. Drayton denies the charge of maritial infidelity made by her husband and accuses him of having deserted her without cause. He Dared and Fell Dead. Utica, N. Y. Oct. 1. About, 6 o'clock this evening Stuart England, sixteen years old and Louis Mather, about the same age, went into Goldstein's jewelry store in South street. A few months ago burglars entered the store, and since then Goldstein has prepared, by means of electricity, to give thieves a warm reception. Among other things, he has rigged a mechanism by which to keep his safe charged with a powerful electric current. Mather knew this, and as the current was turned on offered to bet England $1 that he dare not touch the safe. The lad walked up to the safe and placed his hand on it, and without uttering a word fU to the floor dead. He was the only son of a widowed mother. ASYLUM BURNED. fifteen Inmates Perish In the Flames. Stockton, Cal., Oct. 31. The insane asylum burned last night. Fifteen in mates perished in the flames. Coin and Bullion. San Francisco. Oct. 31. Silver bars, per oz., Mexican dollars, 52li53. FROM DOCK TO ALTAR. A Woman Saved From Prison by Marriage. A New York Man Offers Himself as a Vicarious Sacrifice to Save a Girl From Sentence. By the Associated Press. , New York, Oct. 31. Margaret Bev ans, of No. 114 Macdougal street, was arrested Tuesday night in Thompson street on the charge of disorderly con duct. In Jefferson Market court next day 6he told Justice Hogan that she was eighteen years of age and came from Boston. She was new to the wicked ways of a large city. The Jus tice suggested that she go to an institu tion and she consented. Yesterday George B. Pond, of Mil ford, Mass., came to court and said he knew the girl's parents in Boston and that he woulci marry her if the justice would discb arge her. The justice was willing, and under the escort of Court Officer Gardener, the couple went to the Lutheran church in Christopher street where they were married by the Rev. John J. Young. They had no money, but Pond left his address and said be would pay the pastor later. They then went back to court, where they re ceived the patriarchal blessing of the justice. Pond said that he had a good home for his wife. He is a tall, good-looking young man of thirty. A COLORADO BLAZE. Coal Beds Have Been on Fire for Thirty Years Past. Denvkr, Oct. 31. A fire caused by spontaneous combustion in a hill above the town of Maryshal, Boulder county, Colo., thirty years aj;o, threatens to communicate to the surrounding valu able coal fields and render them worth less. The fire at. first emitted only smoke, then it quickened to a dull, red glow and now despite years of effort to drown it out and wall it in, it rages throughout an underground area of from 200 to 300 acres, and e pouts flame, cinders . and smoke through a dozen outlets, each one of which might vie in appearance with the crater of a working volcano. Property worth millions of dollars has been destroyed. Put on the Wrong Trail. Albany, Oct. 31. Visitors at the capitol today were thrown into great excitement by the sudden entrance of a well-dressed, intelligent-looking, elderly gentleman brandishing a revolver and demanding to know of everybody be came across : "Where is my daughter?" The irate individual was a man named Johnston, who lives in upper Sixth ave nue. New York. He told a guard that he was searching for bis daughter, Jen nie, who had eloped early in the morn ing with John Russell," of East One Hundred and Twenty-third street, New York. He trailed the couple to the capitol. He gave a description of the pair to Guard Haggerty, but the latter, who had learned the story of the elope ment from Mr. and Mrs. Russell, whom he had taken through the building but an hour previous, placed the old gentle man on the wrong scent. The young couple had taken the 1 :25 train for Cleveland, O. THEY CANT VOTE. Sailors at Mare Island Are Not Electors. They Cannot Vote Unless They Were Residents Before They Entered the Service. By the Associated Press. Vallejo, Cal., Oct. 31. Judge Buckles today decided that the sailors at Mare Island navy yard on ships in harbor, or at Benicia arsenal, had no right to vote at the coming election on less they had established a residence at Vallejo before entering the service. THE CZAR STILL LIVES. His Majesty Has Partaken of Some Nourishment. The Congestion of His Lung Con tinues and He Constantly Grows Weaker. Ey the Associated Pre. St. Petersburg, Oct. 31. An official bulletin from Lividia this morning says: His majesty bns token a little nour ishment. The congestion of the left lung continues. Breathing is difficult and the pulse is weak. The general weakness of the palient has apparently increased. Her Hair Caught Fire. New York, Oct. 31. Miss Kittie Clements, a serio-comic singer of this city, had a narrow escape from being burned to death while performing at Monaghan Bros', concert hall, in New Brunswick, N. J., lat night. She was performing with a skipping rope which is at first saturated with oil and then set on fire. She was jumping through the rope when it became entangled in her hair, which was ignited and nearly all burned off. In the excitement Miss Clements put her hands to her head to throw off the rope and had them sever ely scorched. The hall was crowded at the time, and help was soon at hand, else she would have been burned to death. She was carried inside, where aid was procured and her burns dresBed. She will recover. Blasphemous Juniors. Baltimore, Oct. 31. The John Hop-' kins juniors last night posted on fences and telegraph poles a proclamation for bidding the freshmen to carry canes, to smoke or to enter the gymnasium, and ordering them to make obeiBance to the upper classmen. The phraseology of the ten commandments was used in framing the edict and at the end were several jingles in which epithets were hurled at individual freshmen. There were two fights today between the juniors and freshmen, who at tempted to tear down the posters. Both Bides are claiming victory and the faculty and the police are investigating. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hichest Award.