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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 August 1890

dm Tnxrxra ttth"d a tt Published every Thursday. THE ' PACHE COUNTY UBLIBHING CO IncorporatedApril27th, 1887. J. F. WALLACE, MANAGER. Official Paper of the County. r', r, g Satcc. One Inch, one Month, $2.00 one Year 20.00 One-quarter Column, one Month 5.00 " one Year, 50.00 Ojie-half Column,one Month, 10.0C ' one Year, 100.00 One Column, one Month, 20.00 " one Year. : 200.00 Local notices -will be inserted at twenty cents aline first insertion and ten cents a line each ubsequent insertion. Legal notices will be inserted at 12.00 a square (ten lines of this type)for the first insertion and $L00 a sauare for each subsequent insertion. Stock brands will be inserted one brand on cut. one year, $10;each"additional brand on cut. same owner, ?5; each addtional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year, ?2. All communications should be addressed to The Hebaxd, St. Johns. A. T. Subscription $4.00 per year, in advance. i3t. Jorine, Thursday, August 6. De...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 August 1890

t rnim - sir1: v-?" mmmBmmmmm 't" 4 v' L ;.fr 4; ST. JOHNS HEBALD Sat'redln tlie Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIKECTOUr. TERRITORIAL Co vernoe, Louis Wolflcy Ph n5 x Secretary N. O. Murnhv Ph i.-uix TEEAsnnEE. J. Y. T. Swita I humlx. upt. Public Isstec'k, C. M. Strauss, Tucson JLUDitoe, J, J. Da VKins. - - - Presrott Attohxey Gesesal, Cla.fc Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Jas. H. Weight Chief Justice Prescott. Josepu IL Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. W. II. Baekes , .Associate Justice Tucsou. Ott'EV W. Rocse. . C. S. Dist. Attorney. . .Tucson. IV. K. Meade U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. "J R. C. Blassingame, SOABD OF SUPEEYISOES fnenVJsmUh.1' J Arthur Ashlon, Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will he hold firstMondayin January, April, Julyand October. Sheriff. St. George Crepg 'e. U.NDEB SlIEEIFF Art McDoi:.W. District Attoesey, Alocrt Kiijuwa. Recorder, Arthu r Al bton. TREASOREE, t -h T C" ASSEB60& --- .....---J- - A-1KCI-S JC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 August 1890

m-- PEOPLE OF TACT. iTo Most Women This Valuable Possession Is inborn. Anecdotes of 3Ien and Tvouicn Who in Trying: Situations Have Rserclsed Tact. Much to the Peace of 2Hnd of AH Concerned. To be able to say the right thing at the right moment is a gnjat art, and said only to be acquired by those who have a natural talent that way. "When a careless talker, who was criticising a young lady's father severely, paused a moment to say; "I hope' he is no rela tion of yours, Miss B ?" quick as thought she replied, with the utmost nonchalance: "Only a connection of mother's by marriage." Few could hope to show such clever readiness of speech in a dilemma of the kind, says Chambers' Journal. Yet in a more curious and amusing way this was almost matched by a cautious old woman, -vho, when asWed what she thought ol one of her noihborswof the name of Jones, with a knowing look re plied: "Why, I don't like to say any thing about my neighbors; but as to Mr. Jones, sometimes 1 think, and then aga...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 August 1890

"VOLUME 6. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUG-UST 14, 1890. NUMEER40 TUe Behring Sea Question. Mr. Blaine's ground seems to us untenable. Either we must main tain exclusive jurisdiction over Beh ring Sea or else wo must abandon all claim to stop the catching of seals outside the three-mile limit, except under such regulations as may be established by common con sent.. We do not say this with an7 desire to discredit Mr. Blaine'? di plomacy on partisan grounds. Such tactics may be left to the Eepubli can press which did not fail to use them when the Democratic admin istration was in office. We think Mr. Blaine has held up the Ameri can end of the dispute as well as could have been expected. He had a weak case and he was not able to make it strong. Mr. Bayard had the same difficulty and no Secretary of State could have avoided it. The mistake comes from resting our case on history and tradition, in stead of on common sense. Per haps Russia did sell an exclusive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 August 1890

': : - Published every Thursday. THE PACHE COUNTY TJBLISHIXG CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. F. VALLACE, MANAGES. ;u milieu i auci ui vuutiby. Oneinch.one Month ?2.00 one Year 20.00 Onc-auarter Column, one Month 5.00 " " one Year, 50.00 nne.hn.lf Column.one Month 10.CC ' one Year, 100.00 .One Column, one Month, 20.00 " one Year. , : 200.00 Local notices will he Inserted at twenty cents aline nm insertion and ten centsanne eacn subsequent insertion. Legal notices -will be inserted at 52.00 a square (ten lines of this type)for the first insertion and 21 00 a souare for each subsequent insertion. fjtnnt h rands will be inserted one brand on cut. one year, $10; each'additional brand on cut. same owner ?5; each addtional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year, 12. All nommunications should be addressed to The Hebald, St. Johns. A. T. SUBHcniPTiOKfl.OO per year, In advance. 5t. Johns, TlLurcday, Au;ust 14 Democratic County Convention, The Cou...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 August 1890

f4 - iff" - 5 . ' ts -CSS as . . ST. JOHNS HERALD Eatered In the Post oflice at St. Johns as second OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor, Louis Wolfley Phaonix Hecbetary, X. O. Murphv Phoenix Tbeaeukeb, J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix Supt. PobucIxstec'k. C. M. Strauss, Tucson Auditoe, J, J. Havriins Pteacott Attobuey Geneeal, Claik Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Jas. H. "Wb'ght Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, llorence. W. EL Babkes , .Associate Justice Tucson. Owen W. Rouse. .U.S.Dist. Attorney.. .Tucson. W. K. Meade U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 R. C. Blassingame, OABDOFSDPEBYISOBS eu,?SmUh? J Arthur Ashton, Clerk rfioTfr1x-TnpptJnfsnf tlio Rnnrd will hft held first Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, St. George Creagi'e. Undeb Shebiff Ait McDonald. Distbict Attobney, Aloert F. uoDia. Recobdeb, Arthur Asbton. Tbeasubeb, W. Gieer. Assessob J- D. Liu-ens. Judge of the Distbict Couet.. .Jps. II. Wught. Pbobate Judge J- T. Lesuei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 August 1890

,-Ups and Downs of Important literary "Works or Antiquity. The nps and downs of many an Impor tant literary work of antiquity have been most singular. In a vory unique way they demonstrate the correctness of the classical dictum "ha Dent sua fata libelll" It is well known that the ac cidental discovery in a waste-basket in the Mount Sinai cloister of several leaves of the Codex Sinaiticus led to the finding by Tischendorf of that most fa mous manuscript of the New Testa ment. A recent publication by the French savant, Omont, has drawn at .sontion to the strange fate of another c-1 manuscript, and at the same time Indicates the laborious methods to which scholars must resort in order to rediscover some of the lost remains of ancient literatures. In one of the well Jtnown cloisters on Mount Athos, where more than twenty thousand Greek man uscripts are preserved and awaiting further research, there existed at one time a sixth-century copy of the Pauline epistles. In the thirteenth cent...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 August 1890

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNT3T, ARIZONA TERBITOBT, THUESDAT, AUGUST 21, 1890. NUMBER 41 The Farmers' Alliance. According to the genius of Amer ican institutions, the people consti tute the Government, and the Gov ernment is supreme, and tlie logi cal ultimate of the argument that justifies Government control and regulation of monopolies will prove. it the dutv of Government to con duct and operate all National mo nopolies in the interest of the whole people. Any man who says this is socialism, or .a tendency toward so cialism, or too much law, is an an archist, because he advocates an archy, or too little law, hy insisting that the Government has no right to control the rohher that preys up on its citizens, because in doing so it interferes with his individual lib erty. The doctrine of individual ism cannot be carried bej'ond the field that is susceptible of regula tion and control by competition without becoming rank anarchy. The question of principle, tlien hinges upon the one point, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 August 1890

ST. JOHNS HERALD. Published every Thursday. THE PACHE COUNTY BLIBHIKG CO Incorporated April 27th, 18S7. J. F. WALLACE, ilAKAGEB. Official Paper of the County. One Inch, one Month, 2-9 one Year 20.00 One-quarter Column, one Month 5.00 " " one Year...... 50.00 One-half Column.one Month, 10.00 one Year, 100.00 One Column, one Month, one Year. : 200.00 Local notices will be Inserted at twenty cents a line first insertion and ten cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Legal notices will be inserted at $2.00 a square ten lines of this type)for the first insertion and SI 00 a sonare for each subsequent insertion. Stock brands will be inserted one brand on cut, one year 10; each additional brand on cut.same owner $5; each addtional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year, fi. All communications should be addressed to The Herald, St. Johns. A. T. Subscription $4.00 per yar, in advance. St. Johns, TiL'iraday, August 21 Democratic County Convention. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 August 1890

ST. JOHNS HEEALD Xatered ia the Post office at St. Johns as second, clats matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TEREITORIAI Covebkoe Louis Wollley Phaoni:s. Eeceetabv, N. O. Murphy Phocu.e Tbeasoeeb, J. Y. T. Smith thoenLX Soft. Public Isstkc'.n, C. JL Strauss, Tucsom jLoditob, J, J. Hawkins Presooi t JLTXOENET Gexebal, Clark Churchill, PJicenrr SUPREME COURT. Jjls. H. Wb'GHT Chief Justice Prescot't. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence ;. W. H- Bxbkes .Associate Justice Tucson. Owes W. Rouse. . U. S. Dist. Attorney. - .Tucsocu W. K- Meade U. S. Marshal Tucsoc . COUXTaM&'FICIALS. 3 1 R. C. ISIassingame, P. T. Coleman. JOAZD OF SCPEBVISOB3 Henry Smlth. I Arthur Ashton, Clerl: Quarterly meetingsof the Hoard will be he'd first Monday in January, April, July and October. B he biff, St. George CrePg'ue.. Uxdee Sheeiff Art McDonald. istbict Attoeney, Albert F. iianta . RecOBDEB, AttfVrl.i1!;' JODOEOFTHEDlSTBICTCO0BT...JaS.H. Wright PBOBATE JUDGE J-T. LesUelT. SLEEK OF Couet Arthur Asht...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 August 1890

-'A Tjot&bLe7 ORCKSffl'A'NA One Iicsf from the Momoirs of Billy Por u ter.-Bank UursLir. ' The Anglo-Saxon race produces all the eminent burglars. Tho daring of American burglars and of their brethren in tho allied profession of train-robbing has a world-wide fame. Englishmen, in their slow, conservative way, show but little oss ability, though perhaps less brilliancy. "Whenever on tho conti nentmail basaro stolen, banks or groat jewelers robbed, Englishmen do the worlc The famous robbery of French mails which took place about a year ago was a joint eilort of Englishmen and Americans. , i . In many cases those artists are Anglo Americans. Every now and then a theft, usually successful, is made of postal packages passing between tho diamond merchants of llatton garden, Iondon, and tho diamond cutters of Amsterdam. Dutchmen are tho loser3 by tho theft, and somo Dutchmen doubt less profit by it, but Englishmen carry out the effective part of the work. Tho conclusion to b9 drawn fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 28 August 1890

t. - - r- I lately received from one of 3'our subscribers a copr of your issue of 10th of May, which contained an interesting article regarding the de pression of agriculture existing in this .country. Accompanying it was a request from him that I should publish through your columns short epitome of what I haye late ly written upon this subject, in the agricultural and daily press, and which has been considered by them of some value to farmers. Want of time has hitherto prevented me from complying with his request, and will not now admit of me go ing into the subject very deeply, or at great length, but if you think the following remarks will be of use to your agricultural subscribers 3rou are welcome to publish them in 3rour columns. It seems to be settled beyond all dispute amongst reasonable men that no one cause is sufficient to ac count for the present depressed con dition or agriculture, lne causes are many and varied, some being of semi-political and more or less con troversi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 28 August 1890

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 28 August 1890

ST. JOHNS HEEALD EntTed in the Fosl oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL D1KECTOKY. TERRITORIAL GovEBXOs, Louis Wolfley Pharnis Eeccetjluy, 2J. O. Murphy ... Phosnix U.REASUBEK, J. 1. x. SlHlin rna-nu. fiupi. PdblicIkstrc'n. CM. Strauss. Tucson Auditob. J. J. Haw&ins Pre&rott Attoekey General, Clark Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Jas. H. WEfGnx..... Chief Justice Prescott Joseph II. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence W. H. Barnes ..Associate Justice Tucson Owen W. Rouse. . U. S. Dist. Attorney. . .Tucson Vf. K. Meade U. S. Marshal Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. J R. C. Blassingame, lOABD OF SUPERVISORS VvSmhh"' J Arthur Ashton, Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be neia firstMonday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, St. George Creaghe. Under Sheriff Art McDonald. -District Attorney Albert F. uanta. Recorder Arthur Ashton. Treasurer, r2"; ,,er' Assessor J- -D- Likens. Judge of the District Court.. .Jas. n. "Wright. Probate Judge -J- T. Lesueur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 28 August 1890

FED TO CANNIBALS. Horrible Fate of Four Sailors on tho Sol 1 omon Islands. F A letter from Captain Woodhouse, who has charge of a trading schooner, the Emma Fisher, belonging to Messrs Kelly & Williams, of Sydney, was re ceived in town yesterday, giving brief particulars of the perpetration of some further atrocities on traders, and the practice of cannibalism by the natives of one of the Solomon Islands. The par ticulars to hand are that the Emma Fisher had fallen in company with the schooner Enterprise, of Sydney, from which it was gleaned that the boat steerer, an A. B. on board the Enterprise named Nelson, had been killed and eaten, together with three others na tives. Nelson is given as a native of Norway, a man of about thirty years of age, and possessing some years' expe rience in the island trade. The massa cre would seem to have been premedi tated. Nelson boars the reputation here of being a well-conducted man, and had always appeared to be, and was, in fact, on tho bes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 4 September 1890

"VOLUME 6. KUMEER 44 Reciprocity and the Wool Interest. The aggressive insistence of the Ohio wool growers for protection " against the importation of the car pet wools and the coarser clothing fleeces which are not produced in this countrj-, is difficult to under stand. The facts in the case and the logical inferences from these facts, re-enforced by the actual ex perience of the wool interest through successive years, serve to indicate that a high duty on low grade, non competitive, imported wools is not only not beneficial, but is positive ly injurious to the wool growers of the country. Nes'ertheless, on all occasions, in season and out of season, whenever a proposition is made to render the South American wools more cheap ly accessible to our manufacturers, the "Wool Growers' National Asso ciation" is on. hand with its loud voiced protest and with its direful prophecy of impending ruin. The latest occasion for the utterance of such a protest by the association was furnished by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 4 September 1890

J ST. JOHNS HERALD. Published every Thursday. IE PACUE COUNTY EtlSHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1SS7. 4 J. F. YALLACE, 1IANAC3B. jF Official Paper of the County. k - Sb - One Inch, one Month, ?2.00 one Year... ju.w Onejouarier Column, one Month ' iOne-liruf-Golunm.one Month, .... 16.05 :y ' .-''. r .';-bBeliarf V. - .100.00 dne Column, one Mojjjh,.- 29.00 . -"'one Year., : 200.00 Tai nntiop Trill bo inserted nt twenty cents Legal notices will bcinsened at $2.00 a square i ten lines of this type'1 for the first insertion and 11.00 n square lor eacn suix-equem insertion. t. .Mnicirill o(ncTt(1 rmfTrTif1 nn rMlt t3 LUtik uauuuw ... ... ' owner, 5; each addtional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year, $2. All communications should be addressed to The Heeald, St. Johns. A. T. Subscription $4.00 per year, in advance. at. Johns, Tlrjireday, September 4 Think of a second class county being run at an expense of $59,000 for 1889, with not a single...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 4 September 1890

t-ftsJWMlM 3- --'fcte-'..' , ST. JOHNS HEEAID Eat;redin the Post office at St. Johas as second ciaes matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Goteeuoe, LoJis Wolfley Phamix Becket-luy, N. O. Murpbv Pham.x Tseasdeee, J. Y. T. Sink J rhaim SOPT. PcbucIxstbc'n, CM. Straass, Tacson jLVDUon, J.j Ra:n: rvcoti. ATiOENET Genebal, C.a kCo ch?ll, Piuenix SUPREME (XURT. Jjls. H. Weight Cliiei Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kjbbey. Associate Justice, Fiotenee TV. H. Babxes , Associate Justice Tucson. Owen W. House. . U. S. Dist. Attorney. . .1 acson. Jf. K. Heade U- S.Margiial Tucson. COUXT? OFFICIALS. It. C. BJas-'ingame, P.T. Coleai?.ii. 1 9 ACQ OF SCPEEVISOB8 (Uci.jf Soi5.il J Arthur fell tun, C'c-k Quarterly meetings of the Board will be hcl first Monday in January, April, Ja'yand Oci- er. Sheriff. Si. Geo ?e Crcsr.c UNDEE SHEEIFF Alt, JJcOi;!ftl(l. BlSTElCT ATTOEKEy, .Albert F. liania. JiecoEDEE, Ait!nr Ashton. Tueaboeeb, W.Greer. Assessor J3- Hkcns. JnnaEOFTIIElISTEICTCODET...JaS. H. night. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 4 September 1890

:mw! BOEIAL SGEME. Our Bodies to Bq Dried and Put " Away in Vaults. Desiccation the latest Fad of Enthusiasts Some Bespccts In Which It Excels Cremation Provisions Against Premature Interment . F A new disposition of the dead as pro posed may be called the "latest thing in life." Ground for a "new mausoleum" is to be broken, it is said by the New York Sun, in the spring. The idea underlying the new mausoleum is based on the fact that a current of dry air will preserve a body from decomposition, and change it into a condition resem "blingJife, in which it will remain for an indefinite time. This process is applied ft .byature to the unfortunate traveler 'nf- and his beast who succumb upon the great deserts. In the Smithsonian In stitution are many bodies thus desiccated by nature which have been brought from the battlefields of Mexico and Peru, from Southern plains and Indian" districts of the far "West. The ancient Colchians and Tartars suspended their dead from branches of trees to...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 September 1890

r VOLUME 6. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEFTEMBER 13, 1890. NUMBER 45 Postponement of the Fedaral Elec tion Bill. the fate of the force bill except the coterie of ambitious politicians who nursed it so long in the House and Senate. Aside from the few to "whom it still appears as a fetich and a thing to conjure with, Republi cans generally agree that the bill would iniure their party in the North without helping it in the South. The organs have suddenly ceased to discuss the measure, and no longer objurgate the Southern people for resisting the domination of semi-barbarous blacks. Never theless, the purpose of the force-bill Senators to pass the measure in the short session of the present Con gress has not been relaxed. An ef fort will be made in December to adopt new rules of business for the Senate, in which will be included a Drovision for the previous question. Obstructive tactics against the adop tion of such a code of rules might be readily repressed ...

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