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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 March 1893

Cultivate! of Caialgre. Bulletin No. 7 of the Agricultur al Department of the University, gives the result of the experiments in the cultivation of canaigre and determination of the quantity of tannin contained in the roots at different stages of growth as com pared with wild roots. While it has been known for some years that the roots of this plant contained sufficient tannin to make them of commercial value, it has not received much attention from the trade for the reason that it was not believed that a sufficient quantity could be secured to war rant lis adoption by tanners. It seems the Experiment Station was the first to foresee the great value of this plant if it could be cultivated and made to yield a large crop without decrease in quantity of tannin contained in the roots and the result of the experiments "more than meets expectations, and shows that the growing of this plant may soon become the leading agri cultural industry for the irrigated lands of the Territory. The pla...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 March 1893

MOHAMMEDAN JUSTICE. Stoning to Death Still Practiced - Among the Aighans. Tke Terrible Punishment Meted Out to - m Criminal Pelted with Stones t br Howl In cr and Pitl- ; less Slob. r 'An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth." The dicttim of the old law still holds good in Afghanistan. In fact, the manners, customs and sur roundings of the Afghans of to-day might he prototyped in the pages of the Old Testament as faithfully as the life of the Israelites. The Afghans are Mohammedans, it is true, but their religion is built on old law lines, and their social life is as simple and patriarchal as when the great lawgiver, Moses, ruled the des tinies of the people of Israel. ! For in Afghanistan of to-day oxen tread out the corn and plow the fields, and the plow itself is a counterpart of the Mosaical instrument. Corn is ground in hand mills, and a goatskin serves as "water bottle." Household and farming utensils have changed nothing during the centuries that have elapsed since the Isra...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 March 1893

'ST. JOHNS HEEALD ntered in the Post oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, o TERBITOKIAL Givehkob, X. o. Murphy Pharaix Bccretajiv N. A. Monord Phoenix Treasurer J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix Sun". Pu3UcIkstec':v-..G. W, Chcyney, Tombstone. Auditor, Thomas Hughes Presrott Attorney General, Herring, Tucson. SUPREME COURT. Henry C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kiebey, Associate Justice, Florence. R. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. E. W. Wells Associate Justice Prescott W, L. Wilson, U.H.Dist. Attorney Tucson. Robert U. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. F. T. La Prade. Board of Supervisors VS?"' J Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held fi rat Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell Uistrict Attorney T. S. Hunch. Recorder, F. W. Nelson. T.1RA80BEB, W. H. Gibbons. Judge of theDistrict Court... E. W. Wells. Poobate Judge Art McDonald Clebk of Court John T. Hogue. Terms of the District...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 April 1893

1 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1893. NUMBER 25 VOLUME 9. 8T. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY TIIE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 18S7. J- IF. WALLACE, EDITOR AKD irAJfAQEB. There is another street car strike at New Orleans. Secretary Greshaji celebrated his 60th birthday on the 17th ult. The deficiency in the cotton crop movement to date is 2,340,436 bales under last year. " Reports from the wheat sections of Illinois indicate very bad condi tion for that crop. Gov. Murphy appears to be earn ing the title of "the Governor of many vetoos." The Secretary of the Interior has accepted the resignation of Green B. Raum as Commissioner of Pen sions. Wii. M. Eads, of Missouri, has been appointed Governor of 'New Mexico. Gov. Prince's term had expired. : The failure of somebody to pro mulgate a Pension Office decision has cost the government $2,0'00.000. It is believed that Lhcr-JPresident will give preference to Texans in ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 April 1893

. , . . . 2- ews ffiS l& Brief. The churches are being drawn in " i to the vortex of municipal politics ." at Chicago. Chicago fears a rush of crooks at the World's Fair, and wants 1,000 more police, Ohio and Iowa elect Governors next November, ajid each contest promises to be exciting. Boston's real estate is worth $1, 100,000,000, of which $136,271,377 is exemptfrom taxation. The Arkansas Senate by a vote of 23to 6 has defeated a bill crea ting a Hailroad Commission, For $600,000 an English syndi cate has bought Shady Valley, Ten nessee, comprising 62,000 acres, rich in iron. There were 210 deaths from pneu monia in New York last week, an increase of fiity over the preceding week. Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, is $20,000 richer in consequence of the oleomargarine fines imposed there recently. All hope that the Naronic is afloat seems to have been given up by all but the agents of the White Star Line. New Jersey's Legislature has passed a bill prohibiting winter ra cing. The ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 April 1893

dK -. ' J" ' ' 3 mr t lira v F.i m V3a hie-ks es A Young I.3dy'n Experience with a Pho tograph Camera. A good story is told of one of Omaha's society young" ladies who recently re turned from a summer's outing in the mountains of New York, says the Omaha World-Herald. Before leavin; home she purchased a kodak, which shr proudly exhibited to admiring friends, promising each one of them a photo graph of some mountain scene. The young lady's friends anxiously awaited her return, "being eager to see the views she had promised them. Upon her arrival at home her friends called upon her and asked for their views. "I have just sent the negatives down to have them developed by a photographer," she said. "It is much more pleasant than developing them myself." Down town a photographer was wrestling with the machine with the agony of despair. Do what he would no picture would de velop. At last he sent for the young lady and she came to the studio. "Are you sure you understand how to use a kodak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 April 1893

- - - ST. JOHNS HEEALD ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL D1EECT0IIY. TERRITORIAL Govebxob, X. O. Murphv Phoonix SCCBETAJCY N. A. Monord Phoenix Tukasitbeb, J- Y. T. Smith Phoenix StfPT. PUBLIC Instrck,....G. Vr. Cbeyney, Tombstone. Auditor, Thomas Hughes Preseott ArroRNEY General. Herring, Tucson. SUPREME COURT. Hexry C. Gooding, Chief Justice Preseott. JoiEt'H H. Kibbev, Associate Justice, Florence. R. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. E. W. Wells Associate Justice Preseott W. L Wilson, U.S.Dist. Attorney Tucson. Robert U. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. "I F. T. La Prade. Board op Supervisors y&o'oS0' j Charles Jarvis, Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held firat Monday in January, April, July and October. sheriff, W. R. Campbell District Attorney T. S. Bunch. Recorder, F. W. Nelson. Treasurer, ; W. H. Gibbons. Judge of theDistrict Court E. W. Wells. Probate Judge Art McDonald Clerk of Court John T. Hogue. Ter...

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 April 1893

NUMBER 26 VOLUME 9. ST. JOHNS. APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1S93. i RT. JOHNS HEB.ALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J- jF WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. The Legislature will adjourn to morrow. The pneumatic mail service in Philadelphia is proving a success. Kansas has joined the proces sion and enacted an Australian bal lot. An extra session of Congress ia to be called to lacilitate revising the tariff law. The Colorado Senate passed the railroad commission bill over. the Governor's veto. A coal company with a capital of $3,000,000 has just been formed 4&t Kansas City. A shower of live fishes fell at Millersburg, Kentucky, during a storm the other day. President Diaz's message open ing Congress calls attention to Mexico's prosperity. Mr. Carlisle has declared that he will reinstate no one whom ho 'has dismissed. TnE first public debt statement issued by Mr. Carlisle makes a good showing for that...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 April 1893

The Political Boss. The political boss is no longer an unknown quantity in American pol itics. The patient masses have been slow to recognize the unpleasant "fact and have endeavored to explain, account for, and at times even apol ogize for his obnoxious presence. They have so far failed to produce a single satisfactory reason for his existence in the practical affairs of government. He has none of the qualities which fit men for the re sponsible duties of leadership. His executive ability at most is never above mediocrity, and, generally, it is far below that point. As a rule, up to the date of his entrance into the arena of practical politics, he has had no training or experience in the administration of public af fairs and, therefore, lacks that men tal grasp so necessary to the most effective and efficient work in the public service. His statesmanship is sadly wanting. But the average political boss is not wholly devoid of qualities which at least commend him to his fellows. Oft...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 April 1893

w I WHERE HORSES ARE CHEAP. Queensland Farmers Pay for Having Them Killed. No one can buy a horse in this city, says the Washington Star, which is fit for any purpose, for less than one hun dred dollars. A broken-down car horse is worth nearly this amount. A horse for a grocer's cart in 2?ew York, Chi cago, or San Francisco will cost from one hundred and fifty t - two hundred dollars. In Queensland, Australia, how . ever, the horse market is away down. A sound, well broken animal can be bought for five dollars. Farmers in the interior cannot afford to send horses to Brisbane for sale, because ordinary stock will not bring more than one dol lar and seventy-five cents a head. They shoot them instead! And, what is still more startling, they pay at the rate of sixty-two cents a head for having them shot! All of these statements are strictly correct. The colony of Queensland is now seriously discussing the advisabili ty of passing a law imposing a tax on all stallions and authorizing the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 April 1893

"A- . it. f4- - mr--? " " - . sa &r- B5nA aas ra aua .-ss- a. ' ..js ntered In the Post ollice at St. Johns as secoad class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL -Governor, N. O. Murphy. Secretary N. A. ilonord. TtcsUBER 3. Y. T. Sm:tv. SyPT.TCBLIClNSTRC'K, is. W. "Pharmlx W Acditor, . . ArrouNEY Thomas Hughes GENERAL. Herring, Tucson, SUPREME COURT. Hesrt C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph U. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. K. E. Sloan, , Associate Justice Tucson. 'E. W. Wells Associate Justice Prescott IV. L Wilson, U.S. Uist. Attorney. ...Tucaon. Robert II. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 V. T. La Prude. p. 1 William Morgan, Board or Supervisors Lcandro 0rtegrt. J CbarleB Jarvis.CIerk. Quarterly meetings ol the Board will be held fi re t Monday in January, April, July and October. Siierifp, "VV. R. Campbell District Attorney T. S. Hunch. Recorder, P. "W. Nelson. ' Treasurer,., W. H. Gibbons. JODOE OF THEDISTEICT COOBT. . E. W. Well?. j'ttoBATE Ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 April 1893

VOLUME 9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITOBTT, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1893. NUMBER 27 ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BT THE APJLOHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J". IF- WALIiA-CB, XDITOR AND MANAGER. A conflict between Brazil and Paraguay is thought to be inevita ble. A bank for the use of colored people has been organized at An- niston, Ala. An Orange tree in Florida has borne 15.000 oranges during the past season Domingo Gana. nated as Chilean United States. has been norm Minister to the Ice dealers of Cincinnati and Covington, Xy., combine with 13, OOOjOOO capital. Gunboat No. 2, being built by the Dubuque Iron Works, is to be named the Ericsson. An Examining Board will visit Mare Island and ascertain its con dition and the improvements need ed " The highbinder war, among the Chinese in' San Francisco, has broken out afresh. Thk Cherokee Council appointed a delegation to negotiate the sale of the Government obligation for the Strip. A comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 April 1893

fee1"" Are Americans a Practical People 1 The notion prevails in this coun- try that we are a veiy practical peo ple. We take credit to ourselves for being sensible, shrewd, and at east mindful of our own interests. This quality gets a harsher name from our foreign critics. They say that we are materialistic, grasping, and, in fact sordid, as the thing we care most for is iuone and that which we are most alive about is our material interests. The' admit that we are "smart," but say that we are mcntalty commonplace and unimaginative. The critics are mis taken, and our own estimate of our selves is more complacent than cor rect. We are a very imaginative people, and in many ways the most unpractical. The old stage concep tion of Uncle Sam as a good na tured rustic sitting in a rocking chair, whittling, was not altogether 'out of the way. Whittling is not a remunerative occupation, as a rule, although this quaint waiter on Providence, who seemed to imagine that if he sat at ease, all g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 April 1893

,sA:3fcuA..,.. ; CLERICAL SALARIES. The Liberal Bemuneration Re ceived by Noted Divines. Uandsomo Incomes from Dispensing the Gotcpel of Jesus Christ Among: the Citizens of New York City. T Howard Crosby received-SS,000 a year, and the congregation will give a far larger sum to anyone that can fill his place; but, alas! such men are not to be had for money. He had a handsome inheritance which enabled him to grati fy his unusual benevolence, says a Xew York correspondent of the Troy Times. Parkhurst and Booth (also Presbyte rians) each receive the same amount, which seems large, but these men have so many ways for money that they do not get rich very fast. They have a long summer vacation, which costs a great deal, and then it is so easy to spend money. They can readily point to other Presbyterian clergymen who are still more favored iia point of salary. Paxton is paid 10,000, while John Ilall has 812,000 a year and a house worth $4, 000 in addition. Taylor, of the Broadway tabernacl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 April 1893

VLliXjyUUJ . IT, iMO. ST. JOHNS HEBALD ntsred in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Goveekoh, N o. ilurphV Phamlx 82CBETARY N. A. Monoid Pho3nix Treasurer. J. Y. T. Smith Phamlx uft. Public Instec'n, G. W. Cheyney, Tombstone, Auditor, Thomas Hughes Prescott AnoRXEY ueneral. uerring, xucson. SUPREME COURT. Henry C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. JosErK H. Kibeey, Associate Justice, Florence. H. E. Sloan , Associate Justice Tucson. E. W. Wells Associate Justice .. .Prescott W, L. Wilson, O-S.Dist. Attorney Tucson. Robert H. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. I F. T. La Prcde. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS teSSgg? J Charles Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held flntMondayin January, April, Julyand October. HnjEBirF, W. It. Campbell District Attorney T. S. .Bunch. Becobdeb, F. W. Nelson. Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons. Judge of theDisteict Court E. W. Wells. PbobateJudoe , Art McDonald Clebk of Coobt John T. Hogue. Term...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 April 1893

VOLUME 9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1893. NUMBER 28 ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BT TIIE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. T. WALLACE, IDITOB AND 3IANAGER. Civil war has been declared in Ecuador, South America. Marshal Fricke of the Western Texas district lias been reappointed temporarily. Carlisle is said to be preparing to swing ihe official ax regularly in his department. Delaware's peach crop promises to be good, if not up to the average, this season. Dr. Kely is said to have sold his gold cure for drunkenness to a New York syndicate. A mob, composed mostly of ne groes, near Fort Gaines, Ga., burn ed a negro murderer at the stake. Throughout Europe there is gen eral apprehension of trouble with the Socialists 'm May Day. Reports from correspondents in 75 counties of Illinois give a dis couraging outlook -for winter wheat. The deficiency in the movement into sight of the cotton under pre vious years ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 April 1893

M. Monchicourt, tbe offiVal li quidator of the Panama Canal com pany, has announced that the Co lombian government has signed a contract prolonging the canal con cession until October 31, 1894, in order to allow time for the forma tion of a new campany. Accord ing to the terms of thenewjirrange menfc the new company after it is constituted will be granted 10 years in which to complete the canal. The official liquidator is required to pay to the Republic of Colombia the sum of 500,000 francs, the pay ment to be made in three install ments. Ihis sum of o00,000 francs will be deducted from the 8,000,000 francs that will be payable by the new company. The plant used in the construction of the canal is to remain as at present, and an inven tory of the canal propert' is to be taken by representatives of the Co lombian government and the canal company. The other clauses of the previous Colombian conventions are to be maintained. Cable Dis patch. m The first electric locomotive has been bui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 April 1893

rAsBf- . ,-.,,- 1 r-,,,-, rr-Ar, ifs a, w 3 WE-sint m "Sir-tj e 3 as 3 s Mas3 i it :?. & a s?s asses f asrisa BUBAL "ENGLAND. Ohanges Taking Place in the So- cial System, Agricultural Pursuits Being: Abandoned by the Younjj People and the Farming Interests -Suffering. ' The London Daily News has been making some sensation in England by a series of letters on English "Village Life" in various parts of the island, which go to show that the villacres in all the agricultural districts are being rapidly deserted by the young men and women toTsuch a point that, in spite of the aid derived from machinery, the farmers find increasing difficulty in sowing and harvesting their crops, and the parsons are left with empty churches and Sunday-schools, and the squires with few to rule over but the aged and infirm. In fact, it looks as if the economic decay , which for fifteen years has been slowly going on in rural England, -was receiving its final impulse from the dislike of the younger gener...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 April 1893

ST. JOHNS EEBALD ntered in the Post olllce at St. Johns as second class in ccier. OFFICIAL DIHECTORY. TEREITORIAL Gdvebkoe, N. a. Murphy Phaonlx Sscbetarv X. A. Monord Phoenix Treasurer J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix BUPT.PnBLiclKSTBC,, ...G. W, Cheyney, Tombstone. Acditob, Thomas Hughes Prescott Actobney general. liernng, Tucson SUPREME COURT. Henry C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence H. E. Sloan -Associate Justice Tucson. 25. W. Wells Associate Justice Pretcott W. L Wilson. U.S. Dist. Attorney. ...Tucson. Robert II. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. "I F. T. La Prade. William Morpan, Board of Supervisors Leandro Ortega I Charles Jarvis.Olerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held fl r t Monday in J anuary, April, J my ana octoner Sheriff "W". It. Campbell 13 1 strict Attorney T. s. nunch. Recorder F. W Nelson. Treasurer W. H. Gibbons. Judge of theDisteict Court.. E. W. Well?. Probate Judge Art McDonald Clerk of Court .. John ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 4 May 1893

"1" ai -v it iiTiwn rrr i iir-rnr-r Mpr (m 1 J 1 1 r ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1893. NUMBER 29 VOLUME 9. w if--'" . - ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO, Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J- 3?. WALLACE, IDITOE AND MANAGER. Reports point to an increase in earning of all the Mexican railroads. President Cleveland's mail is said to average 800 letters a day. A New York company will build a $600,000 hotel in the City of Mex ico. Copious rains have broken Kan sas' drought, but the wheat crop is half-ruined. The colored waiters employed by the Pullman Palace Car Company are talking of a strike. Under the new law in South Car olina there will be but forty-six sa loons in the entire State. TnE southern portion of the county of Hedgeman,Kan.,has been swept by prairie fire. A rich vein of quicksilver has been found by workmen in the streets of San Francisco. England contemplates an addi tion of twenty-six new vessels ...

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