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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 July 1891

ST. JOHNS HERALD. Published every Thursday. THE PACHE CO UK TV BUSHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. F. WALLACE, HAKAGEB, Official Paper of the County. One Inch, one Month ?2.CD one Year 20-0 One-quarter Column, one Month .' " one Year M.CP One-half Column.one Month, 10.00 ' one Yesr, 100.00 One Column, one Month, iiO.M) one Year. : 20-3.00 Local notices will be inserted at twenty cents aline first insertion and ten cents a line each subsequent insertion. Legal notices will be inserted at $2.00 a square (ten lines of this typeUor the first insertion and SI 00 a sonare for each subsequent insertion. Stock brands will be inserted one brand on cut, one year, 10:ench additional brand on cut. same owner each addtional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year.-f-i. , . . All communications should be addressed to THE Hebald. St. Johns. A. T. SonscniPTiON 14.00 per year, in advance. St. Johns, Thursday, July 30 The Shah of Persia is reported se...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 July 1891

1 I. V . . -; ST. JOHNS HERALD atered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. if. ; i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Sfc .... J.Y.T. Smita.. Fhulx Borr.WiuM's G. W, Ugjg AnniTOE., J. J- Hawkins Prescott AoeneTgenebxl. Clark Churchill, Phcenix SUPREME COURT. HcxftT C. Goodiso, Chief Juntice .....Prescott. Toseph H. Kibbby. Associate Justice, itotence. o i a..v Associate Justice ... Tucson. H J Jeffouds, U.S.Dist. Attorney ...Tucson. .;i u vi, t ii. s. Marshal Tucson. C0UNTi5?FICIALS. ) K. T. La Prade. i R. C. Blasfciugame, Board OF Supervisors Kyill C Barnes. I Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Onarterlr meetings of the Board will he licld - 5?5fy Tjf T;V..?a. Aril. Julvand October. nrat jiuuuuj iuuu.jii - o O. B. Little. eNVr'mVr.'..' P. W. Nelson. ggSifc :::::::::: wh HleSibns: Prob ate J ddo Art McDonald CLBElc:OF COURT... JhllrT- Tormsof the District Court, first Mondays in July.' Si Jjv n POST OFFICE. ' ' c-rxr iTJOTiAOA. P. M. Office hours: oreuCf.ain 3 a. "X. until 4 p.m....

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 July 1891

J -55f-ROTABLE" -JOURSET.- The Extensive Trip of Two Dis tinguished Frenchmen. They Consume Seventeen Months In Trav eling Through Conntries Which Are Little Known to White aien. With the march of republican ideas, royalty is every year becoming- more ornamental than useful. All that the people require nowadays is that the royal rulers and the nobility shall make themselves as obscure as possible, and keep in the background when matters of public moment are in question. Therefore, it is with some surprise, writes X. S. Adlcr in Golden Days, we hear of a titled personage doing some thing' useful, as in the case of Prince Henry cf Orleans, who, in company with Mr. JJonvalot, a French explorer, has crossed central Asia and performed a most notable journey. The two men left Faris in July, 1889, and returned in December, 1S00, after an absence of seventeen months. They traveled to Russian Turkestan by the TTranscaspian railroad; thence passing .through Bokhara and Samar, they reached the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 August 1891

I nit ! tin i m i SOIiTJaiB 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1891. NUMBER 43 .3 f ' . ARSENICAL POISONING, Deadly Dru,-?'ls Extensively Used in the ManoLictarei. The peculiar character of arsenic and fits wonderful power of combination with other substances to produce a great variety of brilliant and enduring" colors have brought it into a very extensive use, which has steadily and rapidly in creased until it now enters into the . manufacture of a very large variety of domestic articles, many of which are worn as clothing or otherwise brought into close contact with those who use them, and there is hardly a household in the country but has more or less of this poison in some form. There are various articles of domestic use into which arsenic is incorporated, says the Boston Herald. TVe sleep in bedrooms the walls of which are hung . with paper filled with arsenic. Our most beautiful draperies are equally loaded with this poison. We sit upon sofas, ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 August 1891

BTOHIS HEEMjD. Published every Thursday. THE PACHE COUNTY BLI6HIXG CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. F. WALLACE, MANAGER. Official Paper of the County. -A.sa.-o-ertiGlsa.er Sates. One Inch, one Month, $2.00 one lear 20.00 one-quarter column, one Month 5 00 v , " one Year, 5o!oO One-hall Column.one Month, io 0C r, , ' onrYeaLr' '."ioo'.oo One Column, one Month 20.00 ." x. oe Year. "!:'200.00 ixicai nonces wm oe inserted at twenty cents unlit monjiBeriiuii auu ien cents a line each Bunsequeni insertion. Legal notices will be inserted at 12.00 a square (ten lines of this typelfor the first insertion and 51.00 a eauare for each subfieaiient insprHrm 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 uiuujv, ouu J cut, All communications should be addressed to THE liEEALD, 31. JOnn8. A. T. Subscription W.OO per year, in advance. St. Johns, Thursday, ...

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. — 6 August 1891

ST. JOHNS HEEALD ntered in the Post office at St. JohnB as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL fzvryvnrr Tyillls WolfleV. Ph33nil .-Secuetxuy, N. O. Murphy Phcenjx TKEA.SUREE, . J. x. A. Diuitu uu-"' Supt. Public IssTBC'jf G. W, L'heyney, Tombstone. Auditoh, J, J. Hawkins. ...Prewott Atzobsev Genebal, Clark Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Hexby C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kicbey, Associate Justice, Florence. R E. Sloan, .Associate Justice.... Tucson. II J. Jefpobds, U.B.DiBt. Attorney ...Tucson. Robert H. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. CO UNT YOFFICIALS. ) K. T. La Prade. v R- C. Blassiugame, BOABD OF SUPERVISORS wm q uarnes. J Charles JarvLs.Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be hold fl rat Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, O. B. Little. Undek Sheriff F. W. Kelson. DISTRICT ATTORNEY T. 8. Bunch. Recorder, Charles Jams. Tbeasorer W. H. Gibbons. jodok or theDistbict Court. .H. C. Gooding. Probate Judge Art McDonald Clerk of...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 August 1891

jniriBwS fa i V OLDEll-THM SOLOMON, .Ancient Tablets Eshumed in the v , ' Land of - Egypt Missives That "Were Tsssed Between tlie ,Kins of Jerusalem and Egypt Four Centuries Before tlio Birth. ,of David, The Smithsonian institution has just received information of the recent dis covery at Tel-el-Am aria, in Upper Egypt, of a number of tablets relating to the history of Jerusalem 'and dating bach sis hundred years earlier than any records hitherto known. When it is understood that these tablets of stone are letters passed between the King- of Jerusalem and the Pharaoh of Ejjypt four hundred vcars before the birth of David, who was the father of Solomon, some notion will be formed of their cx Lreme interest. These letters- were, written, .so Dr. Cyrus Adler told a .writ er for'tiie Washington Star, about- the year 1500 13. C, and cast a great light upon the relations of Egypt at tbat ancient epoch. This of course was long before Jerusalem was captured by the Jews. At that time Palesti...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 August 1891

VOLUME 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1891. NUMBER 42, POST-OFEICE CURIOSITIES Letters and Cards with Perplexing Addresses. Specimens of the Strano and Incompre hensible Pcnwork of People "Who Are Xot Familiar -with Ortho graphic Kales. At the Washington post-office there is a collection o old envelopes and postal cards that would he entitled to a place in the most curious of old curiosi ty shops, says the "Washington Post. The collection has been made by C. M. Merrill, head clerk of the city distrib uting case, who has secured the speci mens after the persons for whom they were intended had read the communi cations. Here is one in an unpracticed, scrawl ing hand as nearly as csn be translated into letters: "bin harmson, Washim T. C." That would defy anybody but a postal clerk. It was surmised, howev er, by one of these that this communi cation was intended for Benjamin Har rison, President of the United States, and the surmise proved correct. T...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 August 1891

ST. JOHNS HEEALD. Published every Thursday, TIIE PACHE COUXTY BLISHIXQ CO Incorporated April 27th, 18S7. J.F. WALLACE, & MANAGER. Official Paper of the County. One inch, one Month, ?2.00 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, 20.00 " one Year. : 200.00 Local notices will be inserted at twenty cents aline first insertion ana ten cents a line each subsenuent insertion. Lesral notices will be inserted at $2.00 a square iten lines ofthlstypclforthe first insertion and ?1.00 a square 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, bur or connected letters, requiring engraved block, ene year, ?2. All communications should be addressed to The IIeeald, St. Johns. A. T. Sdbsceiption fl.OO per year, in advance. St. Johne, Thursday, August J 3. Heavy rains are d...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 August 1891

Pjc?sssi.? - , t . ...... ST. JOHNS HERALD ntcrcd in the Post oflice at St. JoIiee as second class mauer. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. T'FRTJTTO'RTA'L Governor, Louis Wolfley: Phoanix mEismiER J.Y.T. Smith Phoenix Burr. Pgbmc Instuc'k, G. W , Cheyney, i Tombstone Auditor, ...-. J. J- Hawkins... ....Prescott Attorkey General, ciamunurcnin, rntcan SUPEEME COUP.T. Hekry C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. B. E. SivOAN,... ...Associate Justice. ...Tucson. H J. Jeffords, U.S. Dist. Attorney .. .Tucson. e6eert II. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUXTYOFFICIALS. ) F. T. La Praiie. V R. O. Blassingame, Board of Supervisors 5-wiu c arnes. I nharles Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held first Monday m January, Apm, juij "w"" Sheriff B- I-ittle. O.vder Sheriff F. W. Nelson District Attorkey -T. S. Jiunch. Recorder, -,9,hle .fe m..n.,.,nrn W. II. Gibbons. Judge of theDistrict Court.. H. C Gooding. Probate Judge Art McDonald Clbrk of Court J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 August 1891

"PBINCE BEATEICE." The Potty Power cf the Buler of the Isle of Wight. How Queen Victoria's Iatest Son-In-Latr Obtained the Title of "Royal IHclincss" Amonj; the . English Nobility. loqo t$im. 'paAUiSno o;re snura-jo-oo nuuuAvirfi ou. puB tiAiOJO otfl. uoittav uodn 'ojcjd-uoiducsnt arft daoxo 'uo&s . oq 03. si prrnr A"utj jo xtJotn osr pooAv 10 opuur 8jn soipunn oui u3ao fsooaid pojpuuq xis moqu jo pooAv noq pne von jo opera si uujoo sumjjrBTCTj; Sntx OCCJ I UOdu J3AO stun?. sodubjsut aucih at puB 'ojnsod Sm -Its b osu xp.AV 31 aooj 0U3. ht pooiqd (jsjg st Apoq onj noqM sosno oraos nj ajTJj 00 uouai ojit o; psiunoj puq oqs uqpnc 'ooaiu c m op:qAv -jaooa 0113. ut paoiqd U33q pcq aoom siq tuft poAOtpq aAcq prrioM opun stft 'sjpoAV ibjoass joi paianq uaoq pcq ptrc 'sqruoui joi pesp uoaq pcq xjiS aq;j cq ouj otft aoj usaq ouqt ptjjj -sAcp aoj aoAooo.x ou pip oq qoiqAv marr 3ooqs v poAioooj oxonn 9vlJj "qTJap Aq popcAui JOAoa si qoiqAv tuopjuuiJt oq o urruiod ArrojEddra 'samuu q in qa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 August 1891

"VOLUME 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20 1891. NUMBER 43, A Train Out of One Tree. The Tulare people are going to exhibit one of the results of the Cal ifornia -climate in an altogether original way. There is a tree in that county which is a fair specimen of what the redwood can be if it grows enough. It stands in a gorge deep enough to be awful, and its top most boushs, where the cones are thickest, are on a level with the highest rocks on the sides of the ravine. It is not cut yet, so the measure ments so far taken may be at fault a bit. one way or the other, but they are near enough the truth to make safe betting. The tree is 300 feet high, 96 feet from the butt to the first branch, and 26 feet through at the very base. A log of clean, smooth wood that will measure 90 feet in length and average 20 feet in diameter can easily be cut out of it. That is what the Tulare people propose to do, and having the log Ihev will utilize it to the benefit of ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 August 1891

ST. JOHNS HERALD St Johns, Thursday, August 20 Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CD. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. zr. if. w-SlXjX.-a.gs, EDITOR AND MANAGER. It is estimated that the coal strata underlining Colorado exceeds 30,000 square miles. Chief Byed has decided that no more whites are wanted in the Chickasaw Nation. A rBOMiNEXT Southern Republi can denounces President Harrison's political ingratitude. Commissioner Raum says he will adjudicate 350,000 new pension cases this 3Tear. The statement issued by the Bank of England recently, showed an in crease of Bullion equal to 4,710, 000. Much damage was done at Ot tumwa and other Iowa points by a storm of almost cyclonic propor tions. Denver lost oyer $20,000 through the National Capital Savings, Build ing and Loan Association in Chi cago. Thtc advices from Washington, evictions of Chickasaw intruders will be prosecuted vigorously here after. Mr. Blaine is undoubtedly a very sick man and his nearest friends...

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. — 20 August 1891

ST. JOHNS HEBALD ntere2 in the Post otlice at St. Johns aB second class matter. ; OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Goyebkoe, Louis Wolfley Pharaix Secretary, N. O. Murphy Phrenpc Tre wiirei- J.Y. T. Smith Phcenix k G. W. Chevney, Tombstone Auditor, J, J. HawUps....v.Freeeqlt Attorney General, Clark Churchill, Phoenix STTPREME COURT. nrvpv r. Hooding. Chief JuHtice Prescott Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence R E. Sloan,. ... Associate Justice.. ..Tucson. H. J. Jeffords, U. S. Dist. Attorney .. .Tucson Roeeet H. Paul. U.S. Marshal Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. ") P. T. La Prade. ( R. C. Blassingame, Board of Supervisors wm c warnes. Charles Jarvis.Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held first ilonaayiu January, apiu,jujj mm wui.uu-. 0. B. Little. it..nr ctVruTcc F. W. Nelson IliCTPirT A TTft RKFA T. 8. iJUnch. ttnvr,vo Charles Jarvis Titnsfmnp"'" " W. H. Gibbons. i,rnnp no TtTpTiroTPrrT PnnET-.H. C. Goodinjr, probate Judge Art McDonald Clerk of Court John 1. tiogue. Te...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 August 1891

ML- MALTESE NOT ITALIANS. Facts About the Population of One or En gland's Strongholds. It is a common though utterly erron eous idea in England that the Lfaltesc are Italians by race, and that their j language is a dialect of Italians, writes Sir George P. Bowen to the London Times. Sir Adriano Dingli, the present very able chief justice of Malta a Maltese of the Maltese has stated of- lleially as follows: "It must not be uvcnooKca tuiih oom xmgiisn ana xiai- ian are praotically, for a vast majority of our population, as much foreign tongues as Arabic or Greek in England or Italy. There is good authority for the belief that, at the present day, about twenty per cent, of the entire people can speak Italian, and about thirty per cent, can speak English, while nearly sixty per cent, can speak only Maltese. . The fact is and it is a very interest ing fact that the Maltese are mainly the last surviving remnant of the Carthaginian branch of the old Phoeni cian people. Malta was the half-w...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 August 1891

. . : ... - 'h. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7 1891 NUMBER 44. VOUUWE 7. if Republican Candidates for 1892. Several questiens have yet to be determined before President Harri son can be put formally and finally out of the race. Mr. Blaine's health and political intentions have not yet been definitely revealed. He . undoubtedly is the first choice of the masses of the party as well as well as of the party leaders. If it be found that he can stand the phy sical strain of a campaign and will accept the nomination he will get it on the first ballot. Then there is Major McKinley to be considered. He will be the second choice of the party if he be elected to the Gov ernorship. A Republican plurality of 12,000 or 15,000 in Ohio this year would make McKinley the fav orite of the national convention if Blaine stays out of the contest. The matter of the nomination next year, therefore, can noi.be considered de finitely settled for a few months yet. The coming ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 August 1891

Om i l I I AT Li TX TJ IJ A T Tk OX. JUJUL1D II VJ)1XJ1J Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. 3". J?. WALLACE, EPITOE A5JD MANAGER. St Johns, Thursday, August 27 Eilted States Conrt at Prescott, While at Prescott we saw much, and heard more, of how a few vio ioue, small-brained, United States officials can, and do, prostitute their public positions for personal pur poses, and the suggestion is forced from us that the term of the U. S, urfc just ended at Prescott, is without a parallel even in the an nals of Arizona judicature. Our "General" (?) Wilson, and hi3 boy, Calvert, are nominally the United States Attorneys ; their of fice; in one direction, at least, was run by Santord and Special Agent Hawk , Tbe most conspicuous fea tare of the quartette -was the ab sence of brains and the presence of guts. We tbink we owe it to the public to let it know how its servants have treated honorable American citizens 1. This outfit went to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 August 1891

ft? ':-v'V; ' St. ST ST. JOHNS HEBAED ntered In the Post office at St. Johns aa second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Gotebnob, Louis Wolfley Phamlx Becbetxby K. O. Murphy V TBEASDEEB, .... J. Y. T. Smith...... - .Phoenix Scpt.PublicI-stbc'n,...-G. W Cheyney, Tombstone. J T T TTnurl-ina PrfiKP.Ott Attorney General. Clark Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Hexey C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. B E Sloas, Associate Justice. ...Tucson. U'. J. Jeffokds, U.S.Dist. Attorney ...Tucson. Robeet H. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUXTfoFFICIALS. ") F. T. La Prade. ( R. C. Blassingame, Boaed of Supervisors Kyill C Barnes. J Charles Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held flrstMonday in January, April, July and October. Siiebiff x.wBxSSS" Undek Sheriff -P. W. flson. District Attorney ..-T. S. Bunch. Rfcoedeb Charles Jarvis. TbSS . ... .. " W. H. Gibbons. judge of tiieDisteictCodbt..H. C. Gooding. Pbob ate Judge..: A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 August 1891

G-YMNASTS. The Means by Which Women May Become Muscular. - Simple Instructions for the Guidance of 3Ietnbcrs of the Tair Sex "Who Are DesIrou3 of Developing Their 31uscles. r Light gymnastics embrace the use of dumb-bells, bar-bells, Indian clubs, wands, hoops and exercises without anything whatever in the hands. Marching, deep breathing movements, poising, stretching and equilibrium ex', ereises, all of which have in a great measure grown out of the Delsarte sys tem, also come, says the Ladies' Home Journal, under the general term, light gymnastics. The beneficial results of all these are many and varied. Hardly anyone is too weak for gymnastics. Gentle mas sage will start the muscles and send the blood into healthy circulation. Then the patient should help herself. One of the advantages of light gymnastics is that the sick and convalescent can make what appear to be trifling efforts and by them, in time, be restored to active health. If too feeble to be prac tically able to make b...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 September 1891

pvR WIJC; ir: eWlJIi pmilv'W VOLUME 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 1891. NUMBER 45 i-i . .. Predestination and Crime. The question of fate, free will or predestination, all of them differ ent names for the same thing, has troubled the human mind ever since it became conscious of ideas, and promises to go on troubling it till the universe shall be rolled togeth er like a scroll and the earth disap pear with fervent heat. Every new generation takes new hold of il, presuming that nobodyevcr thought of it before, regards it on all sides, turns it upside down and inside out, and leaves it, if anything, more ob scure than it found it, But whether the query poses itself in one way or another it is always the same old 'problem that is to say, whether a man is responsible for his own acts, or whether somebody else or some thing else is not responsible for them. If he is not himself respon sible, whr should it not be his fath er or mother, since the7 bro...

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