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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 September 1891

ST.- JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE ArACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. J-. IF. 'WAIjLACB, EDrJOB AND MANAGER. St Johne, Thursday, Sept. 3. The Mayor of Durango, Col., is a defaulter for over $100,000. The Chickasaw nation is said to be literally overrun with horse thieves. Mr. Blaime's boom, under the skillful manipulation of Mr. Quay continues to grow. Reports from South and Central America bring news of large crops and great prosperity. Mb, Leech, director of the mint, says President Harrison would veto a free coinage measure. A new law in Georgia makes that State a prohibition State except in incorporated cities. The Pension Bureau has stopped grinding for a time because there is no money in the Treasury. The ex-Ccn federate reunion at Kansas City was an unqualified and enjoyable success in every particu lar. Negro swindlers are traveling through the South selling bogus homesteads in Oklahoma to the col ored people. The question of a success...

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. — 3 September 1891

L ST. JOHNS HERALD nteredin the Posi oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, TERRITORIAL Goveukoh Louis Wolfley Phaonix BEcnETAUY X. 0. Murphy Phoenix TBRAsnHEE J.Y.T. Smith Phoenix giipt Puni.TdTvsTEc'K G. W. Cheyney, Tombstone. AnniTnit.. J. J. Hawkins Prescott iTrnMEv Oeseral. Clark Churchill. Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Hesey C. Goodixg, Chief Justice Prescott Joseph II.Kibdev, Associate Justice, Florence 11 E Sloan, ..Associate justice meson U. J.'jeffouds, U.S.Dist. Attorney ...Tucson hAwert H. Paul. U.S. Marshal Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. ") F. T. La Prade. R. C. Blassingame. Board of Supervisoes , wm c j,arne. 1 Charles Jarvis, Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Hoard will be held firstMonday m January, April, JUiyana uctODer. SfT PlttFP" - O. B. Little Uvnnit Sheriff F. Nelson nrsTKiirr ArroiiNEY T. S. Jtmnch Recoeder, Charles Jarvis 'PhR SftRER ....... W. H. Gibbons Judge ok tueDistrict Codet..H. C. Gooding. PiiuBATE Judge Art McDonald Clbrk of Court jonn x. ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 September 1891

5-It Breathes a Sadness Induced by x the "Wrongs His Haco Has Borne. No Other Srnslc Can Match It In 31clan- chply Sweetness, and Jt Was the Only Thing: That Slavery -t Ilim Eea son? for Its Excellence. Ninety years ago in a little grass matted hut beside the Niger river a white traveler lay tossing- in the ago nies of a tropical fever. Sometimes in his delirium he murmured broken fragments of Scottish songs some times, as. the pangs of the fever mo mentarily abated, the sound of the . bagpipes seemed to ring in his ears, and, roused to semi-consciousness by the sweet illusion, the sick man would ; rise from his couch of reeds and cry: "Play the 'Blue Bells of Scotland,' piper play the 'Blue Bells.5 " Then a woman, dark of face, and clad only in a blue cotton skirt, entered the hut. Sitting down beside the in fi valid she began to softly croon a song of wondrous melody. In the music of that African song pathos, sympathy and anxiety seemed to blend with hope and confidence, while the...

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. — 10 September 1891

Imm;?:.: VOLTTjME 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10J 1891. NUMBER 46 IK A Terrible Prophecy. Fort Sill, Ind. Ty.. Au 24. The Comanche Indians on West Cache Creek are greatly excited by the predictions made by one of their members, Howling Bear, an old medicine man who enjoys great re pute among the members of the oldest Indians in the Territory and it is confidently asserted that 'he has long passed the century mark. For over fifty years he has been the head medicine man of the tribe and as no Indian can be a medicine man until he is fifty years old this would bear out the assertion that he is now over a hundred. He speaks of events which occurred fully a hundred years ago and says he witnessed them. In appearance he is tall, with silver gray hair. He is very spare and his skin has the appearance of being stuck tightly to his bones, making him look like a living skeleton. About two years ago he went in to retirement, as he has been accus tomed to...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 September 1891

pi? - 1 0 1ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. 0"- IF- WALLACE, IDITOB AND MANAGER, St Johns, Thursday, Sept. 10. Prom a dispatch from Cheyenne to the San Francisco Examiner, to be found in another column, it will be seen that the Rain Wizard, Mel bourne, brought rain according to order at that place. If Mr. Mel bourne can induce precipitation in all climates, under any conditions of the atmosphere, whenever and wherever wanted, he will have solved the irrigation problem, and the natural water channels need not be disturbed or detracted from their usual beds. Arizona will become not only the garden spot of the seems to be whether England will world, but one of the most pleasant have to protest alone or be sustain and healthiest sections of the hab- ed in such a course by the powers itable globe. Government can buy the right to its exclusive use in the United States, establish rain-mak ing stations all over the ...

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. — 10 September 1891

I m. 3? Kit 1 i f I: r-1: . ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered In the Post oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Govebkoe, Louis Wolfley . ..Phaanlx .Phoenix TuEAsniiEK J. Y.T. Smitn Phoenix 3uit. Public Ikstec'k U. W. Cheyney, Tombstone. Auditor, J, J. Hawkins. ...PreEPOtt Attoenev Geneeal, dark Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Hexby C. Gooding, Chief Justice...... Prescott. JOSEPH 1. A-lBBi.it Asautmre-ui..v.).v v R. E. Sloas ..Associate Justice... .Tucson H, J. Jeffoiids, U.S.Dist. Attorney ...Tucson iiOBEET U. rAUL, u. ------ CO U"T Y OFFICIALS. ) K. T. La Prade. 'R- C. Biassingame, BOXED OF SUPERVISORS 511 P. Hnrnes. J Cnarles Jar7is,Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Hoard wui De ncia arst3ioncayiuju.uuttij , Sheriff O. iJ. .utile Under Sheriff F. W. Nelson i. nnt,vr,Y T 9. nun en uuinibi Aiiuu.'i. - , RECORDER, SkvS Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons Probate Jodge Art McDonald CLEI'.K OF COURT JOnn, x. nugue. Tarmsnf the District Court, first Mondays In July. ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 September 1891

'JSmSUW OF THE Degenerate Survivors of -Shose oi the Long Ago, JHonsters "Which. Walked tho Earth and Svram the Seas AffC3 and Ascs Ago Some Ancient Phenomenal Jumpers and Flyers. "Reptiles as they are found in the world at the present day are but de generate survivors of their Irind as' they existed in epochs long ago," said. Prof- Cope to a writer for the Washing ton Star. "The first reptiles of tho? world made their appearance at thc close of the paleozoic period, when the coal was in process of formation. They were all land animals. Among them there were no flying creatures, no marine swimmers, no gigantic types, and no especially herbivorous kinds. "At the close of the coal-forming period there occurred a great emergence, of land from the water and reptilian life rapidly spread and grew. The rep tiles which had previously existed were all of one hind. Their remains are found in this country wherever the de posits in. lagoons, lakes and estuaries have been calculated for their p...

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. — 17 September 1891

ik. v i m tmm imm immL. m i. VOLUME 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1891. NUMBER 47. Tac Pan-Amcricai Railroad. The question is not whether this railroad is desirable, but whether it is practicable and what are the pos sibilities of its being built. The critical point is the passage through the Central American republics where the governments are unstable and many of the conditions of civ ilization are wanting. In South America many parts of this road als ready exist, and the Mexican Cen tral' and the Mexican Southern make the journey possible through Mexico to the extent of 1,674 miles. The road is much nearer being built already than people have generally believed. There are already 17,000 miles of railroad in Central and South America, and new railways are opening up almost every day. It is simply a question of time when the Pan-American railroad will be constructed. The United States can not afford to allow any foreign in terference in the...

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. — 17 September 1891

h til v ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 13S7. jTr IF. WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. St Johns, Thur3 ay, Sept. 17. It is said there are 110,579 acre devoted to tobacco in Virginia. The cattle shipments of Montana are greater than during any pre vious year. Congressman Cooper says thai the fight against Iiaum will be con Untied in Congress. The Ohio Democracy is thor oughly organized and will make a gallant fight for supremacy in thai State, The World's Fair Commission re solved to ask Congress for a loan ol $5,000,000 to carry on the enter prise. Editor Hearst of the San Fran cisco Examiner will erect a 2.000, 000 newspaper building in Wash ington. The smallest church in the world is said to be at St. Lawrence, near Ventnor, Jsle of Wight. It has a seating capacity of twelvo people. The 46,000 oil wells in this coun try produce 180,000 barrels of oil a day. The capital invested in this interest amounts to $120,000,0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 September 1891

ST. JOHNS HEBALD ntered in the Post ollice at St. Johns as second clnss maiier. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERH1TOMAL Govekn'oe, .Louis Wolrlcy Fbaonlx BEuucrjLtcx". . o. Murpxiy Pbceuix TitF.AstiriEii J. Y. T. Smit.i Pbotuix citpr PitRf.rnrvsTiic'K G. W. Cheyuey. - Tombstone, Atjditob, J, J. Hawkins. ...i'refcpoit AT4uitNv General, dark Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COUitT. Henev C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott JosEfU il. Kieuev, Associate Justice, Florence K. Ji. SLOAN,. . ., -vaaociuic jus A II J. Juffouds, 0. a. Uist. Attorney ...Tucson inWrt ri. Pa ci- U. 5. Marshal Tucson COUXTI OFFICIALS. 1 K T. La Prade. it. c. lit (tMCiticrnmf ooAuur win u Karnes. 1 Charles Jarvis.Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held H . .. t ' t.. r.,...T..,.. lr ,i.-nf1(Vtnr Siintit-F. O. B. Little. iTrr.(?'i SHERIFF .F. . fcelSOn iiMTEurr AttokSEY T. S. jjuneh. ll-z utuuvM, Charles J&rvis 'r-.mti! W. H. Giooons iitmic iti? ri pTIisteict Cuokt.. II. C Goodlne. Pitjn.vTE Iuuje Art McDmmd m .v. k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 September 1891

. I til HI I i ' "7- 0? it V X TA7 AN OCEAN TEEROB. L Now Invention to Disable the Great Ironclads. It Is Called the Swordship, and It Is the "Work of a Danish Inventor A Terri ble Agent of Destruction in Marine Warfare. "When the fleet of nations consisted of big wooden vessels Ericsson constructed a. monitor armored against their shots and able to destroy a great number of ships without being damaged itself. Two formidable weapons not in use at that tune the ram and the torpedo have been introduced, either of which may destroy in a few seconds millions of value in armored vessels. Ships of great size for carrying guns have there fore been furnished with these auxil iaries. The United States in its latest type, says the Chicago Mail, has dis carded the gun and the torpedo, and in the Ammen ram places its sole reliance in the spur, the vessel being heavily armored for her displacement and of quick maneuvering qualities. A Danish inventor, conceiving the idea that small rams to destr...

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. — 24 September 1891

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1893. VOLUME 7. NUMBER 48, Uniform Divorce Laws. The action taken by the Ameri can Bar Association to secure uni form legislation in the several Statps is a timely move in an important direction. There are many subject? on which such uniformity is highly desirable bankruptcy, commercial paper, wills, etc. but none of more pressing importance or closer con cern to the people than marriage and divorce. One law of marriage and divorce for one people would seem to be as much a matter of course as a uniform system of cur rency. Yet the American people are subject in their domestic rela tions to forty-odd codes of law an anomaly not found in any other civilized country in the world. If these various statutes were uniform or nearly so it would make little difference how many there were. But, as a matter of fact, they are far from being uniform. On the con trary, scarcely two of them are alike, and many of them present con...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 24 September 1891

ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 13S7. J. IF "WALLACE, EDITOB AND 2IANAGER. St Jorins, Tliursiay, Sept. 24. Missouri has 23,000 square miles of coal fields . A rich mine of mercury has re cently been discovered in Brazil. A yes of natural gas was struck near Brownwood, Texas, at a depth of 1,500 leet. Two-men were killed and several seriously stabbed and shot in a fight at Dover, Oklahoma. The receipts of wheat at Minne apolis alone since August 1 have been 3,216,970 bushels. A wild man was captured at Southwest City, Mo., about whom some wondeful tales are told. The Winfield (Kas.) Tribune, formerly a Republican paper, now comes out squarely for Democracy. The joint debate between Gover nor Campbell and Major McKinley will take place at Ada, Ohio, Octo ber 8th. A tip has been received at Lin coln that the Nebraska Supreme Court will reinstate Boyd as Gov ernor. In Iowa Governor Boies and the Democracy are waging ...

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. — 24 September 1891

ST, JOHNS HEEALD ntered iu the Posi office at St. Johns as second class inauer. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY TERRITORIAL Govebjtoe, Louis Wolfley Phaonlx v. o. MurDliy Phcemx Y. T. Smith I'hosnix cfiot prm.ir T vsTHc'if. G. W. Cheyncy, Tombstone. Annr-ron. J. J. Hawkins. Prescott Attobke y General, Clark Churchill, STTPREME COURT. Phoenix TTr-vnv n RnnmxG. Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence E.. E. Sloan, ,. Associate jusucb H, J. Jeffobds, U.S. wist. AHoraey .Tucson HOBEBT H. PAVL, U. ..ureaai.. Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. ) F. T. La Prade. ( it. C. Blassingame, Boaed of Supervisors fxym n Barnes. 1 Charles Jarvis.Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held nrstMonaayiaJuuuttr,-H"ifL"j vvuui... Sheriff, O. B. Little UndejShebiff W. elson u,b,At Ittorsey T. S. Bunch Charles Jarvis Tiir asitrer. W. H. Gibbons, rirnnc ntf TITFTlfSTRICT CODET-.H. C GOOQin PbobateJddge Art McDonald Clebk of Court John T. Hogue. Terms of the District Court, first Mondays in Ju...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 24 September 1891

ruruLHn rtMinijm i - 1 1 v r 11 ruiu - ii 1 1 i. -v. 1 NLArvJl.1 IAN VjVJIW CIIh I O. 1 t. n 4 i hmiiul. A preaclier of !Nev York lias been ac cused of plagiarizing- from a brother in the pulpit two sentences which he in troduced into one of his sermons recent ly, and considerable fuss is being- made about the afrair. This charge of plagiarism, says the Boston Traveller, is being- made very frequently against writers of late. There surely never has leen a time when so many authors have been accused of stealing from others of their craft as to-day. We have no rea son to believe that they are less honest than they used to be, and there sureh must be some reason for this curioiu state of things. This reason may bt ; found in the fact that the world is rap idly growing- old; it has, by the way. been growing old for a good manj -years. It is only within a few years since wc discovered that mother earth had, witl feminine unscrupulousness, deceived u: basely with regard to her age. Conse ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 October 1891

VOLUME 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1891. NUMBER 49. I- .V ' raster The Country Editor. The cou n try editor deserves a good deal more consideration than he general' receives. He renders Fervice of surpassing value, for which he rarely or never gets rea sonable credit. There is no other man in the community who does so much woek for so little pay, or who is so willing to subordinate private interest to public necessity and ad vantage. He lies awake of nights to devise means of making himself useful to his town. His paper is a source of constant benefit to its readers as an advocate of every thing that is calculated to promote their welfare and prosperity. It is out of the question for him to ac quire wealth, or even to put aside a moderate surplus tor a rainy day. He is content if he can make a living. When he does more than that the balance goes to the im provement of his paper, and so the people get the profit after all. He Isil.- does not e...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 October 1891

. ygy T. JOHNS HEBALD Pablislied every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CD. - Incorporated April 27th, 13S7- EDITOR AND MANAGER. .St Johns, Tliursiay, October 1. j There are in Sweden 143,000 more women than men. I Mississippi proposes to establish j a convict farm and go into cotton Ipfenting, j A scheme is on foot to drive Ste- j pben B. Elkins out of politics in fWest Virginia. I - - L Considerable damage has been pdone to crops in Minnesota and the tDakotas by prairie fires. ; .Articles of incorporation of sixty ! '.railroads have been filed with the ; Secritory of the Territory, ' Some statistician has figured the permanent tramp population of the LlUnited States to be 60.000. A,r Clerks in the departments are rebelling against the heavy assess ments for the Ohio campaign, Mr. Wheeler, Republican can didate for Governor in Iowa, has declared in favor of prohibition. The shortage in Europe's grain -crop is pronounced a graye matter by the American Agriculturist. ; v ,The...

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. — 1 October 1891

ST, JOHNS HEBALD utered in the Post oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Goyebn'OB Louis Wolfley Phamlx BBCBETABY N. O. Murpn7 CEllJX Tkeasobeb J. Y.T. Smith.. ......Phoenix SaPT.PDBLiclN-STKc'K,....G. W. Cherney. Tombstone. Auditob, J, J. Hawkins PresroU Attobnev General, Clark Churchill, Phcemx SUPREME COURT. Hesby C. Goodikg, Chief Justice Preseott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. It "e. sloak,. .....Associate Justice. ...Tucson. II J Jeffobds, O.S.DIst. Attorney ...Tucson. Robebt H. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucfion. COUNTY OFFICIALS. j F. T. La Prade. R. C. uoAKuot iojrx.i.iau r will C names. j Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterlv meetings of the Board will be held first Monday in January, April, J uly and October. Shfuiff O. B. Little. uSbs'hebiff FtSSSS' JUDGE OF tiieDistbict Coubt.-H. c. Gooding. Probite Jcdos Art McDonald cSk op COOOT John T. Hogue. Terms o the District Court, nrst Mondays in July. POST OFFICE. SERAFIN APODACA, P. M...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 October 1891

V TREATMENT. Hop Two SquatvK Ccrcil a w lute Jian 01 f i'evcr ani Ague. After a week or ten days the fever somewhat abated, says a writer in Forest and Stream, and Peter, taking-my double-barreled rifle by way cf arma ment and half a dozen bard "biscuit by way of grub, gave notice of two days' absence, and, buckling- his blanket about him, went off up the trail. Late in the evening- of the second day while I was lying on the bearskin with swimming brain and a fevered brow he came back, but not alone. Two strong-, athletic squaws, each toting- a large pack, were his companions, lie introduced them as "01c Blackbird squaws and he gal; pooty young squaw great medicine." The elder of the two was about as tough, leathery-looking a specimen of aboriginal ugliness as I have ever fallen 'in with, and'making due alio wanccs for difference in age the daughter was the perfect model of her. They both cast their loads unceremoniously aside and the elder proceeded at once to business. Vr'atehinrn...

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. — 8 October 1891

VOLUME 7. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1891. NUMBER 50. 1' .-mi? Woraai's Work at the Worlds Fair Pbescott, Ariz., Sept. 26, 1891. (To the Ladies of Arizona:) It is my pleasure to inform you of the progress made in the grand work of the Columbian Exposition now so fully inaugurated at Chicago, Illi nois. The full number of ladies, every State and Territory being represent ed, met at Apollo Hall in Music Building, on the second of Septem ber. Wives, mothers and grand mothers were there, all imbued with the glory and magnitude of the work before them, as was also the younger portion of the members. Women of America, many with heads silvered by age and the re sponsiblities of life. It was a group worthy to represent the Na tion, and one worth viewing. It was good to be there, good to be pre sided over by so noble, and every way so worthy a president as Mrs. Potter Palmer. She is just the one for the position, and I am sure it is filled to the entire...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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