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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 4 January 1894

VOLCANOES IN JAPAN. Biz Burning' Peaks Among the "Sacred Mountains." The People Are Kept In a Constant Ter ror for Fear of an Erup tionA Gigantic Crater. A recent cable message from Shang hai informs us that the Japanese vol cano Banclal-san is again active. This is the mountain that .was in a fierce state of eruption in 1S8S. when nearly one-half of the main peak split off and foil over apon villages, arable land and forests, burying1 hundreds of hunrm beings, damming up some streams and. changing the coi:rse of others, and so altering" the entire appe;u-ance of the country that even at this day, accord ing to the Xcw York "World, the ghast ly effects of the cataclysm arc still hoivlbly apparent. To ad! to the ter rors of the immediate explosion vast streams of lava and volcanic mud poured out over the land, carrying the work of destruction far beyond the limits of the fallen mountain. Beyond the range of these, aain, huge masses of rock were hurled by the force of the explosion, c...

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. — 4 January 1894

AGREAT WESTERN LAKE. X9gends Mak9 it tho Hcrao of a Monstrous Sea Serpent. It Is, Twelve Miles ILoajr and No One lias Ever Sounded Its Bottom Situated In a Uocp Canyon in Palo use County, Washington. Long1 "before mankind ever heard of ais'liiio .xir:.i una -;i a . I its con quest ix-oo .?v iiui.i - tue ia coma Lioug'cr, tue area iJLu v ib Uis tinprnished by "Lie na-nj ox ialotide ' county had been subjected to violent upheavals and radical cliangcs in to jfpography. A great inland sea rested here for many centuries and the chem ical action of the water enriched the soil simultaneously with leveling- the sediment in the form of a vast plain. Internal convulsions, whether from volcanic action or from shrinkage of the planet consequent upon the cooling- process then going on perhaps both combined raised the submerged plain high and dry, with a steep de cline to the westward. The rushing fioodcutthe land into ridges and ra vines, high bluffs and lonely rocks be ing scattered promise uo...

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. — 4 January 1894

few. ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor L. O. Huehes Tucson Secretary U. M. ilrucc Cochise Treasurer, J. A. Fleming Phcenix Suit. Public Ikstkc'n, F.J.Nctberton, Phcenix Auditor H. U. uooue rncenix. Attornet- General,... F. J. Heney,.. Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker. Chief Justice Phcenix. Owen T. mouse. Associate Justice, Tucs-on. 11. E. Sloan Associate Justice Tucson J.J. Hawkins ... Associate Justice ...Prescott ;E. E. Ellinwood, U.b.Uist. Attorney, Tucson W. K. ilEADE, U. S. Marshal Tucson r ' O COUNTY OFFICIALS. "I F. T. La Prade. I AVilliain .Morgan. Hfl 1 Rll 1 1 K auKKltl lSUl.O s t i i . . jtau'iju ricgu. . j Charles Jarvis.Clcrk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held fi rat Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell District Attorney. T. S. Bunch. It '.corder, F. W. Nelson. TiiEASUEER W. H. Gibbons. Jjdqe of the District Court. J. J. Hawkins. Probate Ju...

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. — 11 January 1894

ST. JOHNS, APA9HEO OUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1894. NUMBER 15 5fc. ST. JOHNS HE&ALD Published every Thursday T THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. CT. IE WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. A company of National Guards will be formed at Nogales. There are thirty-one newspapers printed in Arizona, In Northern Alabama a decided revival of business is noted. The net increase of the public debt in December was $06,861,662. Senator Hale says the Federal Elections Repeal Bill will pass the Senate. Stps are being taken to reduce the expenses of our territorial pris on at Yuma. Sheriff Lowry, of Yavapai Coun ty, collected $4,700 license taxes du ring last quarter. There is an active fight going on at Springfield for the location." of the Illinois State Fair. The Brittish steamer Volga was lost off the Windward Islands with 650 Chinese aboard. The German-Americans of Kan sas are preparing themselves for a vigorous anti-prohibition campaign. The ex...

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. — 11 January 1894

A QUEER COLONY. Some Strange Settlers in the In dian Territory. Religious Knthnsiasts "Who XVcar Jlaslrs Day nntl 2f Ight and Regard It a Sin to jLook Upon the Face of a Human Keing. Since the practical abandonment of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reserva tion has left that country almost wilder than it was before the opening a year ago, a small colony of religious enthusiasts have settled in vhat is known as P county, among" the sand hills. The leaders of this colony went there from Sedgwick and Barber counties, Kan., and took with them a following" of seventy men and women. That was six months ago. Since that time they have been joined by at lea.;t sixty persons, so they now number about one hundred and thirty. Their belief, says a Texas correspon dent, is exceedingly simple. They worship an unknown god as repre sented by life, and deem it a moral sin to look upon the face of a human be ing. Men and women wear masks day and night, and never by any chance do they gaze upon the face of ...

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. — 11 January 1894

TOW Tfi QfTRli'FT ftA pO Queer Collection of Arlcl3 Forgotten by Passengers. The Office of a Chicago Company That Has a Eejjular Unscura of Curiosities Ejcrj'thlng- from a JClght Gown to an Ear Trumpet. "You've left your umbrella, lady!" and the conductor waved frantically in the air a parasol adorned with multifarious tassels. The lady ad dressed, who had just got off the car, turned, seized the parasol and without a word of thanks disappeared in the throng- whieli crowds Madison street at the fashionable shopping- hour. "Women arc curious creatures," re marked the conductor to an observant passenger. "They're so forgetful, al ways leaving things in the cars, and when we happen to notice them before they get out of sight they never thank tis. And. by the xvny, there's an awful lot of stuff left in the cars. I've found nearly everything. Last trip I picked, up a lady's purse." "What- becomes of all the articles ihat are left?" asked the observant passenger, whose curiosity had been ...

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. — 11 January 1894

ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the Posi office at St. Johns as sccor d class matter. OFFICIAL DISECTOItY. TERRITORIAL ...L. C. Hughes Tucson ...C. M. Bruce Cochise. . J. A. Fleming: Phamix GOVERNOR,.. SECRETARY.. TREASURER, Sopt. Public Instkc'n, F. J. Netberton, Phoenix Auditor, II. C.Boone. pinxuiix. Attorney General..... J. Honey, . -Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice Phoenix. Ort'nK T. kou;e, Associate Justice, Tucson. R. E. Sloan, . ...Associate Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins ...As-cciate Justice . .Prescott E. E. ELUNWoon, U.S. Dist. Attorney, Tucson. Y. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal .".Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. j F. T. La Prade. William Alorpan, Board of Supervisors r jandro Ortega. j Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held fl rst Monday in Jauuary, April, J uly and October. Sheriff, "W. K. Campbell Di3TRicr Attorney T. S. Bunch. Recorder, T- W. 1-elson. TEAdORER,.... W. II. Gibbons. JUDGE OF TflB DISTRICT CoDRT.J. J. Hawkins. Probate J ddge Art ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 January 1894

VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, AHIZONAV'TERRITOErT, THURSDAY , JANUARY 18, 1894. NUMBER 1 fi v r- ST. JOHNS HE&ALD Published every Thursday 2SY THE APACIIE COUXTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 18S7. T 3-. WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. General N. P. Banks' mind is .said to be failing. Nearly 360,000 immigrants have landed in New York last year. - The city of Chicago has raised a million dollars to feed the poor. TnE delinquent tax list in Pinal County foots up about $28,000. It is reported that Kossuth, the great Hungarian patriot is dead. Pinal County has over 25,000 in her treasurv and no warrants outt The rates of insurance have been raised in St. Louis from 10 to 80 per cent. The postoffice at Yuma has been raised to a third class office on the list. Yu3rA is reported to produce the finest-lemons and limes in the Unit ed States. Judge Horxbloweu's chances for the Associate Justiceship are" said to be lessening. The expenses of the territorial insane assylum hav...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 January 1894

- AUSTRALIAN ABOEIGINES A Bace That Defies the Influences of Civilization. Native Policemen "Who Track Tlieir Own People Down and Slaughter Them in the Crudest 3Ianner for Personal Gain. Itis a fact that it is hard to teach the Australian aborigines anything" useful, says an article in the Californian. They are naturally lazy and indolent, unsettled and of a roving- disposition. They will not stay long1 in any place, and if raised from their degraded posi tion into more comfortable conditions, necessitating- the b caking" with their natural mode of living", thej' will al most invariably return to this at their first opportunity, and the same may be said of the half-castes, who otherwise are far superior to their sable parent and her relatives. It is an oft-repeated occurrence in Australia that a half-caste child has been removed, when eight or ten jears old, to the surrounding's of civilization, has been given an education equal to any white child of the better clascs of the communi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 January 1894

i ll l I II I I I 1 fr - TTTTFT'T--. V".' m . - ..-. HtT iT 1 ELECTRICITY The Potent Fluid 13ow Handled Liko Any Merchandise. Something: Auont the Litts "Which Con trol the 2Ioveiiicnts of the Woa--dcrXul Power Currents at . Commercial Kates. Electricity, once a plaything-, then a scientific study, is now a commercial product. Twenty years ago electrical energy was generated in the labora tory for experimental purposes hy a iew physicians as a medicine of some what questionable repute and in weak currents by those who applied it to use in the arts. From the cylinder of glass or mastic, excited by friction to set cork manikins or pitch balls a-danci rig to the dynamo that runs from one to a dozen powerful engines is a long step, but one that has been taken within the memory of men who still call them selves young. Electricity as a commercial product, according to the Xew York Sun, is to those that deal in it as commonplace an affair as eggs or butter. The con ditions and cost of its ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 January 1894

.BTi .- -AS'-. .. ST. JOHNS" HEEALD ntcred In the Fosi oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor, L. O. Hughes Tucson Secketaky C. M. Bruce Cochise. Tceasorer J. A. Fleming Phoenix Supt. PublicInstkc'k, F.J. Netherton, Phoenix Auditor, II. C. Boone Phoenix. Attorney General,... F. J. Heney,.. Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice Phoenix. Owen T. koue, Associate Justice, Tucson. II. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins .. -Associate Justice ...Prescott E. E. Ellinwood, U.ti.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. W. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. La Prade. Board or Supervisors oS' J Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board -will be held fi rd t Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, W. Ill Camphell District Attorney T. S. Bunch. Recorder, F. W. Nelson. TaEASURER, W. H. Gibbons. Judge of the District Court. J. J. Hawkins. Probate Judge Art McDonald 0LKRK of Court Alfred Ruiz. Te...

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. — 25 January 1894

VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1894. NUMBER 17 1 fib?' ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday XT THE APAOHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Sicily is declared in a state of siege. Pebu is putting every available man and boy in the army. In England the grip has caused many school houses to close. In New York Citr the tax roll, for 1894, is something like $35,000,000. The English House of Commons is to inaugurate an investigation of the Brittish World's Fair exhibit. Jots Manley, of Maine, is nurs ing a Presidential boom for ex-Czar Reed. The Nicaragua forces seem to be getting the best of the fighting in Honduras. In Muncie, Ind., the police have captured a counterfeiter's den and their whole outfit. Col. Joe Shelby is at the capital hustling for the Western Missouri Marshalship. There are a number of Kansas post offices to be filled by Demo crate this month. In Detroit there lives an eight-yea...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 January 1894

, r a WESTERN WAITRESS. Sho Bldos Her Broncho and Appears Like a Society Belle. "The contrasts between -western and eastern life are growing1 less marked as civilization pushes its way into the region once known as the frontier," said a well-known explorer of our own country to a reporter of the Washing ton News. "While I was riding through a mining district in southern Colorado last sum mer, however, I saw an example of pure feminine democracy that reminded me of the days that we read about in fic tion dealing with American life fifteen. years ago. . "It was at a log cabin hoteL I was watching some cow punchers and pros pectors who were -'swapping lies' when my attention was attracted by a young girl mounted on a broncho, who rode np to the door, sprang lightly to the ground and vanished in the cabin. "She was neatly and tastefully dressed. Iler riding habit must have been cut in London or New York. There was an air about her that was altogether foreign to the surroundings. I wonde...

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. — 25 January 1894

WHALING IN NEW SEAS. A Prospecting Cruise in the Ant arctic Ocean. JTer Gronnda to Be Sought on Ac count of the Grovrlnsr Scarcity of "Whalebone In Oar Markets. The bark Gayhead, of tliis city, is on her way to the southern seas on an ex - pedition the like of which has not been undertaken since 1871, says the San 3?rancisco Chronicle. In that year the British man-of-war Challenger was sent on an exploration to the Antarctic to ascertain whether or not there was a field there for the catch of whales, and she returned with an adverse report. Since that date many thousand ves sels have doubled Cape Horn and fre- tjueu uy xnive uiiuuunvuiiiiiu.ii.y ucyrecs 'further south than was absolutely necessary to make the trip. Invariably they have reported a number of schools of whales encountered on their voy ages. By reason of these reports the whalers of England and America have felt obliged to doubt the accuracy of the Challenger's report, but in the twenty-two years which have elapsed sinc...

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. — 25 January 1894

ST. JOHNS HEBALD ntered in the Post oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor, L. C. Hughes Tucson Secretary C. if. Bruce Cochise. Treasurer J. A. Fleming Phoenix Bopt. PcBLidifSTRC'x, F.J. Netherton, Phoenix, Ai d:ior, H. C. Boona Phoenix. Attorney General,... F. J. Heney,.. Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice Phoenix. Owen T. kouse, Associate Justice, Tucson. K. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins - - .Associate Justice Prescott E. E. Ellinivood, U.S.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. Yf. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. I F. T. La Prade. Board or Supervisors gS?". j Charles Jarvis.CIerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held fi rut Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell UISTBICT ATTORNEY T. S. iJunch Recorder, F. W. Nelson Treasurer W. n. Gibbons JODOE OF THE DISTRICT COURT. J. J. Hawkins, Probate Judge Art McDonald flr.BRtc of Court Alfred Ruiz Terms of the District ...

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. — 1 February 1894

NUMBER 18 VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA .TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1894. ML 1. S". If? -:i ' ST b ST. JOHNS HEBALD Published every Thursday T THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J". IF". WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGEK. William, Emperor of Germany, has presented the Emperor of Ja vpan with a fine horse. Webb, one of the accused stage robbers now in jail at Tucson, is a school teacher at Pima. It appears by statistics in New York, as evidence of hard times, that marriages are less frequent. The Spanish brigand chief, Mar tin, for years the terror of Granada, has been found strangled to death. Last week a shipment of about (350 cattle was mad to Kansas find western markets from Flagstaff. The Democrats in Illinois are be coming restive because the Federal patronage mill is grinding so slow. - The sugar bounty was repealed 5n the house by a vote of 159 to 62 and refined sugar placed on the free list. ' The cultivation of canaigre, the tanni...

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 February 1894

A BOTOfCINGr BOWLDER The Astonishing Caper of a Ten Ton Bock. flow a Connecticut Conplo Were Surprised by the landing- of the Mammoth Stone on Their Premises "Without Previous Warning:. r Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Arnold, of East Haddam, in the Connecticut valley, -were "at home" one day recently, but hardly prepared to receive the stran ger that suddenly appeared on their premises with a big" racket and consid erable style, says the New York Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, who y ere chatting in their kitchen, of a sudden heard a roaring", splitting, creaking and then soughing, rambling noise, and, dash ing out of their abode into the front yard, were just in time to receive their guest there, which had come through the yard fence, taking the fence along with it. Thereupon it dug a hole in the middle of the yard and planted itself therein, setting- itself easily in its socket. Mrs. Arnold threw up her hands in almost speechless as tonishment, and presently said: "Oh, Lord!" Her husband, like th...

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 February 1894

A POLAR PHANTOM. The Grewsome Mystery of a Wandering- Iceberg. An Unknown Ship Incased In s Mountain of Ice Discovered in the Xelgh. ' borhood of Cape Horn. It -was a fearsome craft, a. veritable ancient mariner of a ship that was sighted by Capt. Spurring', of the Brit ish ship Drumcraig, down at the Horn, J3. few months ago. The story of this -weird wanderer of the seas is, accord , ing to the San Francisco Examiner, brought here by Capt. Atkinson, who recently arrived by rail to take charge -of the British ship Goodrich. He saw Capt. Spurring at Queenstown, and had the tale direct from him. The Drumcraig left here six months ago and had a speedy run as far as Cape Horn. There the usual westerly -winds shifted to dead ahead and a sea . full of broken ice, many of the bergs being very large, made navigation troublesome and perilous. One stormy morning just at daybreak, when the snow was falling so thickly that it was not possible to see more than a ship's length ahead, a mountain-l...

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. — 1 February 1894

ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAi DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor, L. C. Hughes Tucson bcciiETAKY C. M. Bruce Cochise Treasurer, J. A. Fleming' Phoenix Bupt. PoblicInstrc'n, F.J. Neiberton, Phoenix Auditor H. C. Boon;; Pnamix attorney General,. . .. J. Heney,.. Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker. Chief Justice Phoenix, Owen T. kocse, Associate Justice, Tuoon. R. E. Sloan. ..Associate Justice Tucson J.J. Hawkins .-.Associate Justice Prescott E. E. Ellin wood, U.s.Dist. Attorney, Tucson "Vf. X. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. "1 F. T. La Prade. Board of Super visors V""f2 X?.-n' Charles Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board -will be hold n m t .Monday in J auuary, April, J uiy anu uctooer. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell Dl-iTHICT ATTORNEY T. S. BUIICR. Rscobdeb, F. W. Kelson TaEA8UE2R, W. H. Gibbons. Judge of the District Court. J. J. Hawkins, P hob ate Judge Art McDonald 0LKBK. of Coubt Alfred Ruiz Terms of the Dis...

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 February 1894

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1894. NUMBER 19 r 5-. -r 75? ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday XT TIIE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. EDITOR ANT MANAGER. - . Chief of the Signal Service, Cap tain A. T. Drummond, has been dis missed. Trrn TMnonvav n P T .i "fl ft nl n r!(Min. W-tyv uoiorauo, is rupurueu iju,uvv fhort in bis accounts. A committee left Phoenix last -week for Washington to urge the rclaims of Arizona to statehood. The Populists propose to intro duce an amendment to the income tax providing for a graduated tax. An English sj'ndicate has pur chased the Fisk gold mine near Black Hawk, Colorado, for half a million. Jerry Simpson has announced his intention to baa candidate for re-election to Congress from the Seventh District of Kansas. In the event that Congress makes an appropriation to open the Colo rado river, Yuma will become one of the leading cities in Arizona. The latest indications are that it ...

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