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The Pioncer'DaHj' of tho Camj'.
8ATURJAT XYEXING, . - MAKC11 1. 18S5.
PVBL1SHED EVERY EVEXJNO.
JAMES J. XASH,
Office un Allen Street, north tide, between
Tlilid and Fourth.
Delivered by Cnniers for 25 Cents a Week
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The Bok of Mormon is printed- in
eight different languages.
The annual reYenues of the govern
ment of Great Britain are 210,000,
000. Fiiaxce proposes to March on Pe
Icin. Thera is nothing to prevent be
far as the Chinese are concerned.
The flogging puLlically administered
to an Ohio loan for crmdl treating
Lis child will be generally commended.
2so humiliation or auffering is toe
jrat for tlie.'e cowardly wretches, of
whom there aro far too many. There
is no meanness more contemptible oi
more wholly unpardonable than cruel
ty to a child.
The French government sends dy
namiters over the border and warns
them not to return. Every other gov
ernruont should do the same tliinp
There is no art of the civilized worn
in which they have riqhts which gov
ermoents are bound to respect. Let
them undrtand, wherever they go,
that they must "move ou."
It will be wisdom on the past of the
democrats in congress to let the silver j
bill alone. It means an early break
in their ranks if it is now forced to
the front. A good many mejn in con
gress democrats as weJHas republicans
who ari inclined to give Cleveland's
administratien a fair trail, will antag
onize it Jxom the day of his inaurura
tionif ti-e silver bill is urged too
Akizoka is camparitively a new
mineral fiqld with the people of the
east The boom that certain Califor
nia schemers gave her in 187S-9 re
sulted disastrously. Then carae the
advance guard of eastern tricksters
who gave her a black eye from which
ahe is beginning to recover. 3fen of
.enterprise who have the best interests
.of Arizona at .heart are now engaged
in .advertising her mineral and agri
cultural resources among the monied
.men of the east and the time Ls near
.at hand when a blighter era will daw
for Arizona. Rocky Mountain Re
view. Governor Tritle is going out of
-office with a good record aud the con
fidence and approval of the people of
Arizona. His reeemt appoint meets,
rhich in all probability are the last he
will make, hav.e been selected with
great ear and judgment jNomanin
the territory or on the coast, for that
sBaatter, is better qualified for .the po
sition .of immigration than is Patrick
.-Hamilton. The board of insane asy
.lum commissioners, as appointed by
vthe governor, is composed .entirely oi
.business xaen of the .first rank in the
territory, whose reputation alone is a
..sufficient guarantee that the funds
appropriated for the construction of
the building and the maintenance of
the institution will be judiciously
jhandled and properly expended. The
,insane asylum .board is composed en
.tirh .of republicans, but .wo believe
the party is entitled to it, as the Ga-
.zette will certainly contend for similar
.favors when the democratic governor
.takes hut seat Phenix: Gazette.
Omaha, Neb., March 21.
'Meagre .reports .reach here .of the
jTching at Fairfield, Clay .county,
Feb., ef Eliza Taylor and her brother,
Thomas Jones. Early in January
jibber Roberta, a neighboring home-
" m ' ' --yr-.- w .' "
iteader, was shot and LilM by Mr.
aylor 's sins, who are now in jail.
Che woman and Jones are auspectei
jf inducing tLe boys to commit thi
uurder, and they were notified t
eave the county. They did not do so.
uid Saturday night 50 nmskc 1 nier
.ook Mrs. Taylor and Jones and
tanged them to a bridge. The bodirw
vere left swinging there until 3
'clock Sunday afternoon. An inquest
ras held and a verdict of death at tli.
lands of parties unknown was ren
IAXCIIKD UY TIIEIK GUARDS.
Matauouos, March 21.
A squad of the 5th cavalry started a
ew days ago from this city to convey
hrce prissnera to Victoria Salinas.
.Vhen about half way they hung the
t tree prisoners to trees and returned
o town yesterday.
ARitnsT or nor.SE thieves.
Yesterday Anastacio Gonzales was
irrested for stealing three horses from
:?enor Davilo, two of which were re
covered by the Texan authorities, and
f uan Valdez was brought m from tin
Janta Anita ranch for boldly running
off with an ox team and cart.
No further particulars can be
learned of the hanging sf live bandits
up the river.
SETTLED AY AltBITlUTIO.V.
Piedras Negras, March 21. Pro
prietors and laborers in the Sabinas
coal mines have come to an under
standing, and worL was resumed to
day, after a strike of two weeks.
The F. C. I. M. is making prepara
tions to build $3,000 machine shops
The proprietors of the Haciemento
ranch will hereafter bale their clip of
75,000 pounds of wool and ship direct
Springfield, O., March 21.
Jeff Carothcrs yesterday .found in
the trunk of an old tree he was felling
several hundred gold and silver coins.
The gold is mostly of English and
Spanish coinage. The find is worth
several thausand dollars.
Home, Ga., March 21. John Byrd,
a citizen of this place, while digging
in his garden, turned up several pots
of treasure, one of which contained
1,200 gold dollars. It was on a place
owned by a wealthy family named At
taway during the war, and the money
was undoubtedly buried to hide it
from adrancing federals.
tttrrvatloa la West Mrxtnla.
Wheeliwg, W. Va., March 21.
The Jackson Bugle says the suffer
ing for lack of food in portions of
Jackson county is intense. Near
Stad's tills a secret organization has
ben effected to compel a division of
the food remaining in that neighbor
hood for the preserving of the lives of
man and beast.
tiLEXViLtiE, W. Va., March 21.
The continued severe weather is ad
ding greatly to the misery of the desti
tute in Gilmer and Braxton counties.
The legislature adjourned without
making the appropriation asked for
and petitions are now in circulation
praying the governor to afford speedy
Chicago, 111., March 21.
Hyde Park is stirred up by a skating
rink scandal. Charles H. M. Brooks,
a leading society young man of that
suburb, a few nights ago took a young
lady to the Lakeside rink. As they
glided over the shining floor, Mr.
Brooks became conscious that a would
be rival was using his best endeavors
to win the recognition of the lady.
Brooks asserted that the masher, not
content with enslaving the usual
methods of his class, several times
touched .tho lady as she passed.
Brooks .Anally released his companion
and sought an explanation from the
offending party. The masher immedi
ately .retaliated by striking Brooks
a stinging blow on the eye, which laid
him out on the floor and caused a sen
sation among the other habitues of the
rink. Learning tho name of hid as
sailant, Brooks swore out a warrant
before Justice Bray ton to-day and will
seek revenge by a fine for assault and
battery. Y. 2. Vnn Valkenberg,
clerk in the ofiiceof tiie Miihi.-jriii Cen
tral railroad, is the as;ii!unt. 15rook.s
.said lu hoped the case would be s.-ttled
rithou. the appearance in court of the
young lady who was the innocent
cause of the affrav.
An Absconding Countable.
SritiNcriELD, Mo., March 21.
Quite a sensation has been created
by the absconding of IS. O. Heard -n,
constable of Campbell township. lie
had be;n summoned to appear Leforr
the county court t.-lay to answer to
the charge of collecting money an
failing to turn it over. "When the
sheriff called him this morning he
filled to appear, and the fact i- o de
veloped that he. had left tha coin'ry.
He had left on the 2 o'clock train Sat
urday night with h s family, buying
tickets for Memphis, over the (Juli
railroad, lis was twice elected city
marshal of North Springfield, and last
fall elected constable, which oflicc pr.ys.
about 1200 per year. Since the
election an examination of his books
shows him to be short about j20 ai
marshal, and, so far as heard from, he
has appro, riatvd abDUt $300 of other
people's money while constable. Hi.
crookedness in office is quite a surprise
to everybody, as lie had previously ap
peared to be a conscientious youn'
man. For .several mont' s, however,
he has been addicted to drinking and
gambling. The court to day suspended
him from office and appointed Itice
Perriri in his stead.
NOTICE OF MIEKIKF'b SA1.U OF ItEAL
Iljr lrtueoran rX(ctUIon Usncd ont of thr
Du.rltt Court ul thi- fc.ci.lid Judicial District
of the Territory of Arizona, in aud for the county
of ;ochUe,uo tbeolh day 01 March, 1SS5, iu a ter
lain action "Iktciii Jamcn Jtcilly. tiduiitiNtrMoi
oftuc vtator William J. Ualdride. ik-ccrti-il.
ilaintiir reenter! 1 j la! sum-lit agjiust .11. K.
(.'lark, uefindaiit. on tLe lith day of .March. Itb3.
tor the hum of elcieu hundred" anil tiilr-tliree
0 100(51.15 EOj dollars, including cot, vtrch
judgment iaduly docketed 111 niil irail 011
(aid 15tli day of .Maict, lMvi. and 10 me directed
ULd delheied by which 1 am commanded t.
make t !e taid Mini with intcret out of the 'ro
erty ol the ald M. L Clark; I bac Ieiied ujuu
(lie following described real rotate Mtuale in the
city or Tombstone, Comity of Coihioe, Territory
of Arizona, to-wit:
Lota uumbern 9 and 10. of block number
C; lots number -1. 9 ar.d 10. of block uumber 17;
lot number 9. ol hloi-lc number 1:1; lot number S
of block number lV:lolt number 13. II, 15 and
lrt. of block number 33; lot cumbers K ant! 9, ol
block number34: lot numbers 7. tl. 9. ID, 11, l-.
IS aud 16. ot block uumber-Jj; aud lot number 1:1,
of block number CJ; alt ofthc aid city of Tomb
stone. . -is appear by tho number of lots and
black of ald city nccordlis to the map of II.
O, Howe, and J. U. Manning audof Ct-o, J. I:ok
rnge and II. U. Honest .llaicb -tn. lSS!ar.d Jan
uary lSlh.ltl, tow ofretord iu the office of tLe
County liecorder of aid County of Cochi.e.
1'ubfic notice iB Uerebv eiien that on Monday
tbe 20;h day of .March, lh3. at cue olock p. m.
of that day. in front l the court l.ou-e of raid
County ol Cachihe. in the a!d city of Tomb
stone, f will fell all the riht. title and interrl
uliith the aul M. K Clark bid in cud to tbe
nid above described real pry;erty. ou thc-
aid lS'.b; day of March, lSTi, aud'ali iuti-r.M
that Ue hai rince acinireil therein and lucre
to, at public auction to the hlKliert and hit
bidder for czth, to ratiefy xaid executiou and all
Oivrs ander my hand tho 7th day of March
R. S nATCH. Sheriff,
By C. 1). Feitt, Deputy, sheriff.
Jfoticc of Forfeiture.
To J. C. Burnett, jour heirs., executors,
administrators or rusins: Yuu are hereby
notified tlut the uiiiicriKi:cd lias expended
one liiiiidred dollars ($100) 111 labor and im
proTcments durin; tbe year x. I). ISM upon
the Crislul Spar miiiuii; tlaiin, stlt.iitecl in
Timibsk.ne miniu; district, county of Co
cUiie, territory if Arizona. fort :e purpose of
holding faid mining cUiin under tbu pra
visionn of tectum U4 of the rci iscd statutes
of t!ic United State; and if t the expiration
of ninety d.iya after the service of thii notice
by publication, you eluuild f.iil or refuse to
eontribute jour proportion, to wit: fifty dol
lar (J-W;, and the cost of litis advertisement,
as co-owners, your interest in the haid mill
inpr eljim will, under aid tcction '2i. be
come the properly of the uiulcrHunud co
owners. J. M. NASH.
Dated Tombitonc, Cochie county, terri
tory of Arizona. March 16, 18)vr.
Notice f Forfeiture.
TO O. W. CLIFFORD, YOUR 1JEIRP, KX
rcutora, admltalrtratnra or algnr; You are
hereby Gotland Ihai1hnnaerit;urfrna9 exiientied
me hnnoreo dollar (S'.o))lu Ulor and improve
mints darine the year A. D. IHtl upon th e Milum
mining claim, titttslid In Cochise rn ntng dis
trict, county of Cochie, Territory el Arizona, for
the ptirpom of hMdino said mining clitm under
tba pr Titioxs of Mction S32I Itevieed Maiate
of the United Mate; and Hat the expira-ion o!
ninety dars aftei tbe rcrviej of thi notice bt
pcblicati-.n yo-i should fail or relne to contnh
ntc your proportion, to wit; Kitty Dollars iSSu)
of the above meat toned $100 txpeidtd and ibe
costs of thi advertleraent. a co-owuer, your 10
tercat in tbe taid mining claim will, nnders
Section Sit, become the pioperty of tb nndc
Dated Tombstone, Cochise County, Territory st
Aitzons, January IS, lbSS.
Notice of Forfeiture
TO F. A. POMEROY AND J. II. GREER,
jour heirs, executors, administrators or as
signs: You are hereby notified that the tin-
tlersisned lias expended one hundred luljr
($100) iu labor and improvements durinz the
year A.D. 3S1 upon the liuckner inininc
claim, situated in Tombstone mining dis
trict, county of Cochise, Territory of Arizo
na, for the purpose of holding said miuinc
claim under tbe 1 revisions of section ZUi of
the revised statutes of the United States;
mid if st 'he expiration of ninety days after
the service of this notice by publication, you
should fail or refuse to contribute your pro.
portion, to wit: fifty dallare (bein:; tii each)
ot the above mentioned $100 expended, and
the cost of this adiertisement, a co-owners,
your interest in the said minini; claim wIP,
under said section 2324, become the property
of the undersigned co-owner.
V. II. STIM.UT.LI..
Dated Tombstone, Cochise cotintT. Territory
of Arizona, .Tanuarr lSJv".
Notice of Forfeiture.
rJISUEC, TERRITORY .K ARIZONA,
Umuilv of Ci'thUe, February 9. lb."J. '1 o
am B. VcDon Id. )our l.elr, txnutor, ad
uituilratnr or atn'gn, jou are hen by uot Eei!
'bat th ut'derrler.!d ba i-prud d one LiinJrru
-lolUr ($100) la labor and uuproi! merit lor thi
year lht. upon the j!iphlue Dnytr mine, a'tna
ted In tile War nil in Inn, 1; iliftrlot, couity I C -h
e. Kirito.-J of Arizona, in order to hold raid
prcmiMS 1111 1. r the prollont of fctln -i"-l
Kevireil S'atutes ol the Un'Ied htutc, being th.
imoun! niiilred to held the raiae lor Ikejia
l"M,ul (1 it ui thin VOduy Irom the ren Ice nl thi.
lotice or within ill day after ml uotlce I" pub
lication, yoa fall or rcluv to contribute your pio
(nrtlou of uch expenditure b-.-ini; lifty doiUir
$yi). and cost of IL adii-rtinnirnt.n oowii
r, yonr lnUret In aii claim willbicomc lh
iropettyof the umlcrriiMi-d unler ald clio.
a?i. Kitti) Hi.mci:.
l!ibcc. February 9. lt-SS.
iN'otice of Forfeiture.
ItOT D. IIYItNK, YOUR IIEIR-, ESKCU
. tor, admiuU'rators or aiii, 30 1 uri-here
y notiUed that the uii',erIiiii.d 1,1 e ixjifiUir
lie hundred (100) dcllnr in labor aril liuproYi
uMiti lor till yrrr 1S4I nniacb ct the lolJowirc
uli e: D'inu mluo and Ma flower xnue in Chin
aliui uitnln; oirtnci, CochUo coumy, iu orde'
ho!d atd prtini-ts undir ttieproMfetona of rcc
,lou -- -4 cviied rtatute of tLe United Mate
'leinirthe amount riquired to hold the rame foi
h'jear lsS4. And if lihin 90 di from th
e-v ce otthi uotlce, oruithln S) dajs atlrr tLI.
otlce by publicatl'iii o'i lad or rein-10 e.-i
, ibute your proportion of luch expecditarr, be
.4tweniy-Uei, dol,ar on taci iuiu. ku. .ri
f thi adv rllseuieut a co (iruer, lour inlere)
ti raid cliiiuo will l-co'..i the picniy ol
ihe nuderfiui.'1 ni.der hit frrctioni3-J.
Fort rowi. Jann,r r. cty
Notice of Forfeiture.
3TMUSIOK. TEltRITORY OP AlCIZ.y.
i Coautv ol Cochise, Janrinry &. i-Z. T.i L
tnriilit, yojr hih, executor, aduilnirtrntor 11
.njii", you are bereb itotllied that the under
leued basexpendtd $10J 1 In J-ibor ard lmproTe
uent for thu lea'r l.'t irUatid lSt, upon IIk
Jphira-.d Leal Tender nilnlnt; claim, sitnattt
ill tbe Warreu mlninsditrlct, rojuty cf Cc:hli
ind territoiy of Arizona, in order to hold aii
jrcmi.es under the (ruilricns ol tec:inn 2Ui
Revised Statutes of the United Mates, briu thi
miosnl required to hoU the ta:ne ttr the yea'
1563 Ana if within UOdiys from the (dice o
hi notice, or uithiu SOdajsa.ter lnl cotiej h
publication, ion U:l orrelitsu to contrilut joui
jiroportlou of uch expenditure. Iieiutf $100 each
ind coit of thisadviilis-puieut, as co-ounc, yotn
nteresta In said claim1 will btcoms the properl!
f the andersnrned, under ulJ section SttM.
C. II. BRICKWEDEI..
Tombtonc. January 5. lfS5.
IN TIIE DISTRICT COUttT OF TDK SEC
oadjuulcial Disiric ot the Terrilo-y of Ari
sna, in and fo: Ibncosnly of Crini""-. to. II
Steblnn, plaintiff, v. Henry J. (ioodwln. J
Jraai ill. brnttb. ll:njamln. Pippey, htniuel
J. Nntwell, Cbarlrs 11 Fond and the Detinue
'lininir Compiny, defendants. ciloi ir usL
in the Di-trici Court of the Second Judicial Dn
tnct of the Territory of Arizona, in and for tn
county of Cnthls?, and tue comt jaiut filed in t e
.aid county or C jchie. in tho office of tho clerk f
.he said District Court.
Tbe 'territory of Alizons rnd grectlnr; to
Her'yJ. Goodwin, J. (JranMllo bruilh, De-ji-iiin
Y. Hpiy arucrl J. Norwill, Charl.-s M
fond and III-- lljMincu Mining compaLy, a coi
Y"U are hcrjby required to appear In an aci n
brorht against you ny the alHiie named plaii-
iu", in the District Court of the Kicoud Jt:d:ct
uistrict of th j Territory of Arizona, In and Girt hi
coauty cf Cochise, and to nnW!r the comp'alni
tied therein, within twenty dav (exchiriv nt ibi
J'iy ot serilce;, afler the senice on you or thi.
.urornoD (if crvid withlt. thi county; or If erv
. I out of this county, but in till district, withil
thirty !ay; othtruie within forty day), 01
judgment by default wilt ht: tal.cn against you ac
cording to the prayer of raid complaint. Said
action i brought to recover of you ihe mm 01
J4,WJ 0(1 with coft of tui-e, a will fully appear by
ibe complaint h?rein, a duly crrufled copy o'
which1 herewith served npen 30a. nd you
e hereby notified that if you fall to appear r.nu
answer the said complai t.as ob'.-yo rtquirtd, th.e
-aid plaiutiff will tal.ujr.dj meot aalnat you br
lefaullin the rum of $1.031 10, with local interest
statutory damae ana ejft4 of u:t.
Given unacr my hand and seal
of the District Court ofth a sccniic.
I SEar. 1
( cocr.T )
Judicial Dist-.ict ortte Tcrrrltoty
of .-!rizolJ, in and for the C0QUI3
f Cochif, thi l-'lh da ot Fcb
raarr, in the year of our I."rd on
- iiiiiusaiiu !!iui uuuureu au
IV. II. SKAMANS, Clerk.
By C. TV. Clu-n, Dcpsty Clerk.
The only ffrst-class Lodging nouc In the
LOCATION, EAST PIDK OF KIKTII STRF.ET.
(between AUtnan J Tonghnnl.)
Room te It by the dav, week or mouth at
Mrs. D- IMMttL Pronrlotress
As under the farmer manajfernoat lie
saloon will continue to retail notliin
Imt tlis stiniciit Rooda, nliicli znc. tin
'"Pony" such .1 well ck-Mtrreii reiutnttun
T. B. Rlpr's Celebrated Anderson
County Kentucky (four-year-old
sour-mash BourbOn, and
J. M. At'ierton's (itnlly celeliratnl Ted
Kettle Uye, of the tame aye, retailed ai
The best '-Bit Ciu-ir" to lie hml in thr
city, a sp-cialty.
T. A. JONES, Proprietor.
Allen ' Street, Above Fourth
Keeps constantly on hand the finest (jnalitv
Imported Wines, Liquors and
FIRST CLASS CLUB ROOM
JVIurly Lpng, - - - Prop.
UOKNLU J'IFTH AND ALI IiX ST. ,
Wholesale ami itotnil
Uavt" always in ttcck a til
Lino of Kusteni ami Vist'in
Canned Ooods, Fancy ami Staple.
Full Weight and Snperioi Jjiand
Guarianteed. Family and Bakers'
Flour, Sugars, Ham, Bacon, Etc.,
always at Bed Rock Prices. A
Complete Stock of
XT 11 cTe r'TV o a :r,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Superior to any in the Market.
Corn and Wia,
For bale in quantiti? 0 suJt.
Shipping as wc do, IN CLOTS
ONLY, vie feel justified i savin",
WE ARE NOT TO BE 1JDER
SOLD. A Liberal Discount to 'ju Cash
MOORE & $0.
OF THE- i j
UNION MEAT 3IARIfeT,
Would inform tlie public that llstiil
!clU the bi-st of
Of every desciiption, Wholesale nrl ra
tail, Ht the lovrxt possible margil to
suit the timrs.
Allen Strcet,'bet., Fifth rtfd
J. IT. Ecclestn,
Succesfo- to Win. C. UavlsJ
Cor. Main antl Congress Stilts,
V.liolcrale and Retail Dealer in
And all Kinds of
Harness & Saddlers EFrdtfe
Iron Horn Vnqucro SadtP
rrospcctois' Outfits Arc a SpcciT
Trimming and Kepalriii? done onri
tS Orrtt-rs from the country will r.W
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