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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 November 1892

-.- .4.'.' SrTZ-' vf?:i73SS "- - -. -.it 4 s . GULLS OF TEE LAKE. Birds That Safely Breast Fiercest Galea the With, a Skill and Precision That Is Mac- velons, They "Wrest Their Pood ""' from the Tery Jawg of the Tempest. . Those who have not seen the big pinioned birds of Lake Michigan in " their quest for food along the surf -which .washes the city shore have missed one of the many exceedingly interesting sights furnished by this ever-changing panorama of fascinating water which ( too many Chicagoans think is too com mon to be worthy the least attention. These great birds, says the Chicago Tribune, look much like eagles, of which they are a type. They are typical Chicagoans. Many of them race in with the suburban trains in the morn ing, and out again to the wooded shore lands at night. They seem to like the "din and roar of city life. Daily they pursue their trackless path deep into the city's heart, and not infrequently sound forth their satisfaction at what they see from its busi...

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 November 1892

- A CLEOPATRAN NIGHT. "Egypt Beneath the fatars a Place of En cliEntmcnt far Poets. ft- Nights there were, too,ful of enchant ment such nights as Cleopatra once outvcatcbed on some wave-washed Al exandrian terrace when the moon, burning with a white fire unknown to the north, hung over her own perfect image in the water; or when the sky, "clad in the beauty of a thousand stars," was mirrored in the still river below, and we seemed to float through a starry world. In the crystal-clear air the great con stellations flamed with unwonted splen dor; above, Orion blazed; the Hyades and Pleiades glittered like diamond fibulae in the night's dark cloak; Cano pus's great lamp burned with a mellow light; Bernicc's shining locks hung on the vault like a votive offering; Cassi opeia queened it in her silver chair, while Gemini's twin beacons flared and paled, says Scribner's Magazine. Under such a sky, from the terraces of the Alexandrian museum, King Ptolemy's astronomers watched these gleamin...

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 November 1892

nteredln the Post office at St. Johns as Becond class matter. OFFICIAL D1EECTOTIT. TERRITOBIAL Govkkxob, N. 0. 3Iurphy Phaonlx 'Becretjlsy X. A. Morlord Phoenix Theasober, J.Y.T. Smith Phoenix Supt.PcblicIxstbc'x, G. W, Cheyney, Tombstone. JLoditoe, Thomas Hughes Prescott Attobset Ge.nekal. Herring, Tucson. SUPREME COURT. HtSRT C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. K. E. Sloan, .Associate Justice Tucson. E. W. Wells Associate Justice ...Prescott tV, L Wilson, U.S.Dlst. Attorney TucEon. Kobeet H. Padl, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. BOABD OF SUFEBVISOBS V" 1' J Charles Jarvis,Clerlc, .-v . 1 .1 f l. t V..l firstMonday in January, April, July and October. Siiebiff, O. B. Little. Usdek Shebiff F. W. Nelson. JnsTBicT Attobkey T. S. Bunch. Recobdeb, Charles Jarvis. TnEiflDBSB W. H. Gibbons. Judge of theDistbict Coubt-.H. C. Gooding. Pbobate Jddoe . Art McDonald CleukofCoobt John T. Hogue. Terms of th District Court, third Mondays in Ap...

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. — 10 November 1892

PK T0LUME9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892. NUMBER 5 m ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO, Incorporated April 27th, 1387. JV IF. WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. A college of pharmacy is to be established in Jersey City. Atlanta, Ga., is to have an ele yated passenger railway. The census of Oklahoma Terri tory shows a population of 133,100. A national organization for the improvement of the roads of the country has been formed at Chicago. New Jersey has begun proceed ings against several railroads that have entered the coal combine. A hotel that will cover ten acres and haye 6,124 rooms is to be built near the World's Fair. St. Louis is to have fifty miles of Telford pavement, which costs $4 per front foot. An enormous amount of spurious money is in circulation in Louis ville, Kentucky. The Sioux Indians are again rest less, and outbreaks on the reserva tion this winter or spring is expect ed. ' The Chil...

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. — 10 November 1892

1 pp. J i I;- ft. Sceits Tkeir Recigiltloi. There are some points connected with both the production, and' the recognition of odors by animals which seem to need further study. It is agreed that all species possess ing the sense of smell at all, like and are attracted by the scent of their usual food, or of substances of similar character. "We have al so evidence that animals are agree ably impressed with the specific odor, of their own . species, or of their own. race .or strain. Un the other hand, they are disguslednd repelled by the emanations of hos- tile species. These are results which we might expect on evolutionist principles, and which we actually detect wheth- er we ascribe them to Professor Jager's "soul-particles" or not. It iaf sometimes forgotten that peculiar odors not merely aid in the diag- nosis of different human races but contribute no little to keep such races asunder. That the odor of the Negro,, or of the Australian "black.fellow" is repulsive to the white man...

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 November 1892

) toSTAEEN -HfTENJCOBS. ' : . Practical Knowledge Necessary to Complete Success. Much Mental abbr Often Spent In Vain by Ambitious Persons Who Sllgnt , ;. Have Been Successful in Smaller "Ways. ' The fact that a very large proportion of patented inventions arc a disappoint ment to their originators because of their failure to yield .profitable return for time and money expended on them is a subject often discussed by inventors in their work. It is probable that in no nfhar- filr? nf Tinman ofrort nre there so many- 'bitter disappointments, so many crushed hopes and so much of genuine heartache as among inventors. Although- thousands of them annually achieve success and enter on a career of prosperity, other thousands find little or no reward; the devices from which they confidently expected affluence have only added to their poverty. Many an intelligent man toils for years, says the New York Journal, de nying himself all the luxuries and most of the comforts of life to bring out an ...

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. — 10 November 1892

- hi I. ST. JOHNS HEEALI fittred in the Poei office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. - i TERRITORIAL Goctjtxox, . ..K. 0. Jlurp-y Phaonix 8CTxaY N. A. ilerford Phccnix Treasurer, J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix 6ow.PoaLicIxsTac'y,.-..G. W. Cheyney. Tombstone. Auditor, T'lomas Haches Prespott . Attorney General, Herring, Tucson, SUPREME COURT. Hkxry C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott Joseph II. Xibbzy, Associate Justice, Florence R. E. 8 loan Associate Justice Tucson. 35. W. Wells A sroclate Justice .. Prescott W, h Wilson, U.B.DIst. Attorney Tucson Hubert u rxvh, u. .iarsai Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. La Prade. BOARD Or SOKBriSOBS J Charles Jarvis.Clcrk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held A rstaonaay in January! April, July and October, her if r, O. B. Little Under Sheriff.. F. W. Kelson District Attorney T. 8. Bunch Kkcocder,....- Charles Jarvis Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons JontiR op tiieDistrict Court.. H. C. Goodin Probate Judge .vr Art 3IcDonaId Clkrb: o...

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. — 17 November 1892

S?. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ir, 1892 NUMBER 6- i- v ST. JOHNS HERALD 4 Published every Thursday V - BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. ?; Incorporated April 27th, 1387. r 3E. WATiLAOE, "jr EDITOR AND MANAQEB. - . ' . . - There are about 1200 Chinese in Philadelphia. A general strike of railroad hands 13 predicted early in 1893. The Canadian Pacific is arrang ing to own a line to the Missouri river. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Pe's report, it is said, will show a large increase in its gross earnings. The Democratic rooster can now flop its wings and crow as Mig and lustily as it pleases. A cyclone of immense magni tude swept over the United States on the 8th instant and completely wrecked the Republican party. , The total output of crude sugar at the Cbino beet factory in San Bernardino county, California, for the season just ended was 7,903,541 pounds, on which a bounty of over $150,000 will be yaid by the Gov ernment. Dodson, an attorney of S...

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 November 1892

! i i. - .se: TOP1 ..,sr. Mi The Aggressiveness of Capital - Capital in the midst of ever in creasing wealth refuses to allow la bor to share in the wealth produced. It controls wages and keeps'them down to the mere subsistence point. Labor resists it strikes for higher wages it is locked out and non union, or competitive labor.is em-, ployed in its place. This is the turn of the thumbscrew of Torture for labor; it is work at the wages offered or starve. Libor, knowing that its life depends upon organiza tion, attacks as its deadly foe non union labor; then capital calls to eits aid the military powers of State and Nation, and labor is coerced ir ' and rendered powerless. Peace un-i-kr"' Apr Kimli nirp.nmsfnnn.pR is delusive : - J it is the peace of prostration of subjugation it- is peace enforced by- bayonet. If capital succeeds in breaking up labor organization and enslaving the workers, the decline and fall of the Republic is certain. An over powering monopolistic civilization, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 November 1892

A? . if. -V if- -c. --' . if-'- -ft. SDPEE8TEH0N. The Widespread Belief That Opals Are Unlucky. Jewelers TVbo Are ifrald to Keep Them in Stock Some Ileasojis "Why the lieautlfal Gems Are Viewed r with Distrust. ' The silly superstition about opals that they "bring ill luck dies hard, says Minerals. . In fact, although Queen Vic toria has taken a firm stand against it and proves her position by making pres ents of opal jewelry to her friends and relatives, there are many -who think that it is increasing. The superstition and the arrival within a year of a bushel or so of opals from Australia, un surpassed in color, have had a tendency to lower the price of these lovely gems, and some dealers are willing to dispose of their stock of them for less than cost. One jeweler in New York, who formerly, sold a good many, refuses to keep them any longer. "I haven't an opal in the place," said he. "Mind, I'm not in the least affected by this idea of opals bringing bad luck, fori love the stones...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 November 1892

. 1" 'its' ST. JOHNS HERALD entered In the Posi office at St. Johns as second claES matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TEREITORIAL Govjsbxok, N. O. Murphy Phaanix Secretary N. A. Merford Phoenix TKEA8UKKR, J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix Evpt. Public Ixstzc'x G. W, Cheyney, Tombstone. Additoe,: Thomas Hughes Prescott Atxoekey Gekekal, Herring, Tncson. . . SUPREME COURT. Henby C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbev, Associate Justice, Florence. H. E. Sloan, .Associate Justice Tucson. 15. Y. Wells Associate Justice. .. Prescott W. L Wilson, U. 8. DIst. Attorney Tucson. ltoBEBT 11. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTr OFFICIALS. 1?.T.U Prade. 'Boasdo Supervisor giSSS J CbarlcB Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held AretMondayin January, April, July and October. Sheriff, O. B. Little. Uxdek 811EKIFF F. W. Nelson. District Attorney T. S. Bunch. Recorder, Charles Jarvis. Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons. Jddoe of theDistrict Court.. H. C. Gooding. Probate Judge Art McDonald Clerk o...

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 November 1892

VOLUME 9-. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1892 "NTTTTWDTP-D rr "V- ' cx-r ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. J". IF. WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. In Chinese chronology the year 1892 is the year 7,910,341. It takes seventy-five tons of pa per to print the ballots of New York city:. Isr New York city's miscellaneous collection of voters, there are 800 Armenians. Five hundred black bass have bee'n placed in the Wiiliamette river above Salem. GLAnlhiazzi, a Swiss laborer at Healdsburg, took strychnine and died from its effects. AaEnglisli companjr is beitfgidr ganized for the acclimatization of elephants -in South America.. Hon. Antonio Joseph was re elected to Congress from New Mex ico, alter a spirited campaign. Tjie Russian Gevernment has made no explanation of its seizure of Canadian sealers in Behring Sea. Russia is said to have 70,000,000 in.ggldj-of which 9,000,000 is on...

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 November 1892

5- V I; Tke Date if tie Earliest Mas. Noldiscovery in geology or archae ology in the last thirty years has at - traded more general popular inter . est or led to a hotter conflict and contest than the flint or stone im plements found first in the gravels o'f the French river, Somme. later in the Thames, and last of all in our own Delaware. The argument for the presence of man on the earth before the gla cial period, or a matter of 200,000 years ago or more, does not rest al together on these implements; but they are its chief prop and buttress and a wide fabric of scientific as Eertion and assumption has been reared on these littleflint clyps and cutting tools. Mr. John Fiske in his last history on the "Discovery of America" reviews the evidence on the subject and reaches the conclu eion that Dr. C. C. Abbott, to whom the Delaware discoveries are due has clearly established Jby the re mains ho has found in the Trenton gravels the presence of man on this continent before the last gla...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 24 November 1892

THE CONVICTION'OF WITCHES: -J&rie Appointed, to Investigate Their " Cases. A jury of the sex accused was ap pointed to examine the "body for marks. It often happened, says the New Eng land Magazine, that some excrescence of flesh common to old people, or one ex plainable by natural causes, was found. One such was found on the body of Goody Nurse nnd reported to the court, all but one of the jury agreeing- to the report. Rebecca Preston and Mary Tarbell knew that this mark was from natural causes. The prisoner stated to the court that the dissenting woman of the jury of examination was one of the most ancient, skillful and prudent, and further declared: I there rendered a sufficient known reason of the moving cause thereof.1' She asked for the ap pointment of another jury to inquire into the case and examine the marks found on her person. The jury of trials returned a verdict of not guilty. There upon all the accusers in the court "cried out" with renewed vigor and were ..taken i...

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 November 1892

I - - f-. - , P ST. JOHNS HEEALD ritorcd In the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TEREITOEIAL Govebxob, I u. jiurptiy Phaonix 8"Jchetxby 2f. A. Moriord Phoenix Trejlsubee, J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix SUiT. Public Ixstec'k,.--..G. "W, Cbcyney, Tombstone. A'tJOlTOB, Thomas Huphes Freseott Attobney General Herring, Tucson. SDPBEME COTJHT. Hexet C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. JobEFH n. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. K. E. Sloa', Associate Justice Tucson. E. W. Wells Associate Justice Prescott "VV.-L "Wilson, V. S. Dist. Attorney Tucson. Kobeet H. Paul, TJ. 8. Marshal Tucson. COUXTYOFFICIJLLS. "1 F. T. La Prade. BOABD OF SCKbWsOJS CTgJP J Charles Ja -vls.Cletk. Quarterly meetings of the Board -nhl be held firstMondayin January, April, Julyand October. SiiEBirr, O. B. Little. U.HDEB SlIEEIFF P. W. NelSOB. ISTBICT ATTOBNEY T. S. Bunch. Kecobdeb, Charles Jarvls. TbeaSOSER, "W. H. Gibbons. Judge of theDistbict Coobt.-H. C. Goodingv PbobatbJddos An McD...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 December 1892

HHS'tOLTJME 9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1892. NUMBER 8 ' vj; NUMBER 8 fife" Sip f ST. JOMS HERALD TeicBersMnstltat. Sgs' The first Teachers' Institute of published every Thursday Apache county, in response to the by'the apache couxty PUBLISHING co. call of the County School Superin- 5 Incorporated April 27th, 1387. EBITOB AND MANAGER. Peesident Harrison has saved more than half his salary. Ex-Judge Cooley of Dubuque, Iowa, is dead from paralysis. Ddring the past year 200 fishing vessels from Gloucester, Mass., have been lost at sea. General W. S. Rosecrans is im proving rapidly from his recent in disposition. Senator David B. Hill, it is stated, is to marry Mrs. Fannie Johnson of Atlanta,"Ga. Reports from different cotton centers report a very short crop due to floods and early frosts. The National Republican Com mittee is in debt $225,000 and has no money to pay same. The Eastern fabric mills have experienced an unusually prosper ous year o...

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. — 1 December 1892

Trades Uilons and Civilization, The relations of trades unions to civilization is much misunderstood, and this misunderstanding lias re sulted in hostility to the unions. Union 8 diecipline, tram and edu "cate the working classes beyond all other agencies. They turn them from inchoate mobs into drilled b'odies. The' are far better than armies because they discuss impor tantquestions, spread' information among those who most need it, set minds' to thinking that otherwise would never stir, protect the igno rant, the weak and the oppressed, and tend to abolish poverty by their constant push for higher wages. To join a trades union always signifies in the workman a willingness to submit to discipline and restraint, to hear questions discussed, to con - sider rights and wrongs. The bet ter workmen are more generally unionists than the inferior. Society should always Bupport the unions as most beneficial to working classes, and as being a means to their redemption from the poverty and mis...

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. — 1 December 1892

- PBOgEE&Y PRONOUNCED. ,Th -Names of Some Celebrated Baca Hors3S Defined. As a Sale They Arc Incorrectly Caled by Ji JCrea the Frequenters of Race TV. Chts Interesting Facts for iMvern of Horseflesh F It is odd that the names of the three jaost celehrated horses in the world to day are mispronounced as a general thing-. Those three are Palo Alto, Sunol and Arion. Column after column has been written about them ever since last fall, but it is probable that of the writers themselves not one in ten knows how the names of the great trio should be pronounced And it is equal ly probable that not one in ten knows what significance the names carry with them. , It may shock, the horse world horri bly, says the Stockton (CaL) Mail, to learn, that the great two-year-old stal lion's name, when correctly pronounced, sounds almost as Irish as the name of the constellation Orion- The latter is pronounced as if it were spelled O'Eyan. The name Arion is pronounced the same as Orion, save that th...

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 December 1892

:ST. JOHNS HERALD ntcred in the Post office at St. Johns as second cioss msuer. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TEREITOKIAL Governor N. o. JInrphy Phaonix SjJchetauy N. A. Moriord Phoenix Tbeasubeb, J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix Supt.PdbucIkbtkc'k, G. W, Cheyney, Tombstone Auditor, Thomas Haghes Presoott ATTOKNEX UESEUAL, llCirMg, TUCSOn SUPSEME COURT. IIekry C. Gooding. Chief Justice Prescott. JusEi'ii H. Kibsev, Associate Justice, Florence. K. I!. Sloav, ..Associate Justice Tucson. 11. Vf. Wells Associate Justice Prescott , u mison, v.b.uibi. -Aiioniey xucson. liOBECT il. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. "1 P. T. La Prade. Boabdof SUPEBVisoES J" wllic Panef J Charles Jarvis.Cl&rk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held first Monday in January, April, Julyand October. Sheriff, 0. B. Little. ujDEB SiiEEiFi' F. W. Nelson Distbict Attobkey T. S. Bunch. KscoBDEE, -....Charles Jarvis. TbeaSobkk, W. U. Gibbons. Jodoe of theDistbict Court.. E. C. Goodinir. Probate Judoe Art McDonald CLB...

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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. — 8 December 1892

V St3 Sj.. &4 JZ - - . ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1892 NUMBER 9 Hip ' ' ' V0L1CE 9- m ST. JOHNS HEEALD Published every Thursday Br THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1387. EDrrOE AND MANAGER. China will have no vessels in the great naval review next spring. Harbison will be a day or two late, in sending his message to Con gress.- Newcastle, Colorado, claims 10-ton rock fell there from ihe late comet. ( The Egyptian is taxed 50 cents on the palm tree that j:;rows in his garden. : A general strike among all the trades -unions was inaugurated in Buenos Ayres recently. Tammany is already making pre parations to attenfl Cleveland's in auguration in large numbers. The Government's tests of its new cure for lumpy jaw in cattle has proven efficient at Chicago. Near Carrollton, Ga., two white men were beaten nearly to death by wbitecapsfor assaults on little gsrls. The last train put on by the Union Pacific between Omaha and D...

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