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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 March 1890

ST. JOHNS HERALD. Published every Thursday. TIIE APACHE CPUNTY PUBLISHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. F. WALLACE, HAKAQER. Official Paper of the County. .dvcrt:,,ri,i g SSacen. One inch, one Month, $2.00 one Year 20.00 One-quarter Column, one Ifonth 5.00 " " qneYear, f0.00 One-half Column.one Month, .10.00 ' one Year, 100.00 One Column, one Month, 20.00 " one Year. : 200.00 Local notices will be inserted at twenty cents .llne first insertion and ten cents a line each subsequent insertion. Legal notices will be inserted at $2.00 a square (ten lines of this typofor the first insertion and LOO a souare for each subsequent insertion. Stock Drands will be inserted one brand on cut. one year, $10: each'additional brand on cut. same owner, ?3; each addtional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year, Al communications should be addressed to The IIkkai.d, St. Johns. A. T. Sdbscbiptiok fS.OO per year, in advance. Sz. Johns, Thursday, March 'AO....

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. — 20 March 1890

ST. JOHNS HERALD Entered In the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Govebxoe, Louis Wolfley Phaonix Secretary N. O. Murphy Phoenix Tbeasueeb J, Y. T. Smith Phoenix Bupt. Public IrrsTEC'y, C.M.Strauss, Tucson Auditor,...., J. J. Hawkins PreBcotc Attoexey Gesjebal, Clork Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Ixs. H. Wb'ght Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph II. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. TV' H. Babkes ..Associate Justice. . . .Tucson. Owen W. Rouse. .U.S. Dist. Attorney... Tucson. W, X. Meade U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. JR. C. Blassingame, P. T. Coleman. Henry Smith. Arthur Ashton, Clerk e Board will be held firstMonday in January, April, Julyand October. Shebiff, St. George Creaghe. Under Sheriff -Art McDonald. JUstbict Attorney. Aloert F. uanta. Recorder Arur.,ht0on- Tbeasureb ; t H..;f' Assessor... k.eU& JODOEOFTHE DISTRICT COURT.. .JaSH. Tight. PnnniTP.lnnRE J- - Lesueur. no rr,ft.f Arthur Ashton Terms of the District ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 March 1890

mkdj v THE WAY TO SUCCEED, 5M4W'i'Gefc on the EfgjTit Track and Then Doa'i Sfraro tla Siesiru The customer xraa a pradoat matron from the country, qarerul in her shop ping. "It is a pretty piece of goods," she said, "and just the color I want; but I am afraid it wiil not wash." t One of tho shop-girls behind the counter bowed indifferently, and turned away. The other said, eager ly: "Are you going to another pa t of tho store, madam? For it is my lunch hour, and I will take a sample to the basement and wash and dry it for you before you comeback?" Tho colors of tho fabric proved to bo fast, and the customer bought it, and asked the name of the obliging shop-girl. A year afterward she was again in the same store, and on in quiry learned that the girl was at the head of the department. "She put as much life into her work as ten other women," said the man ager. One of the most prominent business men of New York said once: "I have always kept a close watch on my em ployes, and availed m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 March 1890

I V1. fLijM::E'6 ST JOHNS. APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1890. ""NUMBER 20 . . . fid r i . - JUT-. WW' A Year of Republican Rule. A full yearhas now elapsed since Benjamin Harrison entered the "White House as President of the United Stales, panting under the t pledges and corrupt bargains to Avhich he had been compelled to ' commit himself in order to reach the gaol of his ambition; but, nev ertheless, exuberant in hne ijen - phrases and promises of ever kind. But the people demand proofs of the good conduct of its servants upon promises alone nobody can dine. If, then, Benjamin Harrison ', is .to be judged, as he deserves to . be, by his acts, he is at this mo ment, at the close of the first year of his administration, in a pitiful position. Among the men who play a-role in public life the President hardty possesses a single personal friend. To many of the members . of - Congress he seems contemptible, - others smile at his insignificance, no one troubles hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 March 1890

STfJ0H2JS HEELD. Pabliahed every Thursday. TKZ APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. it. F. WALLACE. HANAQEK. OiXcial Paper of the County. 0e Inch, one Month, 12.00 one Year 20.00 Oae-ouarter Column, one Month 5.00 " " one Year,... 50.00 One-half Cotnmn.one Month, 10.0C ' one Year, 100.00 One Column, one Month, 20.00 " one Year. : 200.00 .Local notices will be Inserted at twenty cents line first insertion and ten cents a line each . subsequent Insertion. 1 Icjral notices-trill be Inserted at 52.00 a square (ten lines of this type)for the first insertion and f L00 a equ&tp for each subsequent insertion. Stock brands -will be Inserted one brand on cut. one yser, $10: each'dditional brand on cut. same owner, 5; each addtional brand or character, bsr or connected letters, requiring engraved blrck, one year, 12. All communications should be addressed to The Herald, St. Johns. A. T. Subscription $4.00 per year, in advance. i5t. Johns, Thursday, March It will be se...

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. — 27 March 1890

.58 - w 5 i ST. JOHNS HERALD S-"-Xitted In the Post office at St. Johm as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 5 TERRITORIAL Goveekob, .Louis Wolfley Phamlx Secbetxet, N. O. Murphy Phoenix Teeusueeb... .. J. Y. T. Smith I'hoenlx f upt. PoblicIkstbc's, C. M. Strauss, Tucson .Auditor, J, J. Hawkins Preaoott JLTTOESEr Gekeeal. Clark Churchill, Phrenix SUPREME COURT. J as. H. Wbght Chief Justice Prescott. v' Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence W. H. Babse8 Associate Justice Tucson Owes W. Roose ..U.S. Dist. Attorney. . .Tucson. IT. YL Meade U. S. Marshal Tucson. rj . . , COU5TY OFFICIALS. ' ) R. C. Blassingame, ' loxmn.r SuPEBVlfiOBS VfIoleman. J Arthur Ashton, Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be Held , ft rst Monday in J auuary, April, j my anu uciu uer, St. Geonre rreache. UXDEB SHEBIFF Art McDonald. BtRTRicT Attorney Albert F. Uanta. - Recorder, Arthur Ashton. trcmiee N. W. Greer. Assessor J Likens. Judge of the Distjuct Couet.. .Jns. H. W right. Probate Judge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 27 March 1890

1 . -Ii M.I- "-If" uMtimHurm . - tr-Wlf "THE SAND-BILL CRAKE. An Old Sport umlyl Tolls "STriCt Ho Knows One of the most delightful hunting sports that was indulged in to a large extent twenty-five and thirty yeara ago on the wide, level prairies of Illi Jl j(nqls? has been forever suppressed by the encroachments of civilization; I allude to sand-hill crane minting. There was more delicate skill required . iri this sport than in any other kind of hunting, perhaps, for the sand-hill crane is. one of those bird3 that is noted for its extreme shyness, and for .1T acufene3Sof sight and. hearing; and, .litherefore; the hunter had to employ the most skillful artifices to attain any XPJ- success whatever in the sport The crane is a wading bird, conspicuous in . its make-up for legs and neck as ez- ceedingly slim and long as those of the obnoxiou3 animal, genus dude. It has a long, sharp-pointed bill, long wings, short tail and short, strong claws. They are very large birds, qme measuring fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 April 1890

(ZZt - -rrH- .... 4 :ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APEIL 3, 1890. NUMBER 21 if" 14 Federal Control of Elections. The supreme objection to Henry Cabot Lodge's Federal election bill is that it is another step in the dan ; gerous direction of centralization at Washington. For a hundred years the conduct of Congressional elections has been left exclusively to the several States, and as Con- ' :gressmen priinarity represent not Jthe county at large but the locali- "ties from which theT come, and, in important cases, their States as such it is a dangerous innovation to transfer the matter to Federal, con- -.trol. There is no public reason for . . abandoning the tradition or policy in this matter. It is only consider ations of the narrowest partisan- ship which prompt the proposal to abandon it. This is the second ob" . jection to the bill. It is not a de- vice of statesmanship intended to ..promote the general good, but a trick of partisanship by which a v minori...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 April 1890

WCTOM HERALD. Published every Thursday. THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. F. WALLACE, MANAGER. Official Paper of the County. One Inch, one Month, ?2.00 one Year 20.00 One-quarter Column, one Month 5.00 " " one Ye.ar, 50.00 One-half Column.one Month, 10.0C ' one Year, 100.00 One Column, one Month 20.00 " one Year. : 200.00 Tzocal notices will he inserted at twenty cents aline first insertion and ten cents a line each aubsequent Insertion. LegAi notices will be inserted at $2.00 a square (ten lines of this typelfor the first insertion and S1.00 a square for each subsequent insertion. Stock orands will be inserted one brand on cut. one year, $10;each'additional brand on cut. same owner, ?5; each uddtlonal brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved bl. ck, one year, f 2. All communications should he addressed to Thb Hkbald, St. Johns. A. T. Subscription fi.00 per year, in advance. St. John 8, Thursday, April 3. An article appears in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 April 1890

ST. JOHNS HERALD Zmtcred in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFPICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Coyzbkob, Louis Wolflcy Pharaix Secretary, X. O. Murphy Phoenix Teexbobee J. Y. T. Smith Phcenix I OFT. PUBLIC INSTRC'JJ, C. M. Strauss, Tucson Auditor, J, J. Hawkins Prescott Attobxet Gzxeeal, Clark Churchill, Phcenix SUPREME COURT. Jab. H. Weight Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbev, Associate Justice, Florence. - - w. H. Barnes , .Associate Justice Tucson IOwek W. Rouse. . U. 8- Dist. Attorney. . .Tucson, - W. JC. Meade U. S.Marshal Tucson COUNTY OFFICIALS. R. C. Blassingame, ' JOABDrBuPEBVisoB8 HenrSmUh.1' . J Arthur Ashton, Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be ncid - first Monday in January, April, juiynnuucwjuur. HEBlFr, St. George Creaghe. Ujideb Sheriff Art McDonald, .. iHsTBicT Attobney, Albert F. tfanta. Recobdeb Arthur Ashton. Tbeasubeb, W. Greer. ASSESSOR J- D- Likens. Jnnnr.oPTHC DISTRICT C0UET...JaS. H. Wright. PtwiBiTS JnnoE... J. T. Lesueur. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 April 1890

1 'J 5$ TERRITORY. a any ucn.ni American St a to Whoso Pooplo Are Children of Mature. The royal family of Mosquito Terri tory owes its origin to the shrewdness of the early English traders "who suc ceeded to the- business of the buc caneers and freebooters when the lat- ter were driven from the Spanish seas. At that period the Moscos were divided on the question whether or not to wel come the Eaprlish. The English fa vored the friend-iy portion, aided them in their fi-ht, and? crowned the .con quering chief as King. The royal purple and insignia comprised a faded red coat caat off by some Lieutenant, a silver-gilt crown, a very large sword, and a scepter of moderate - "value. The traders pursued the same policy with lesser chiefs, and such il lustrious naraps as Lord Iselson, Duke of 'Wellington, Duke of York and Marlborough were handed around so freely that along the shore to-day one feels as if he had dropped into the most exclusive circles of Belgravia. The'hold the English got u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 April 1890

Mil VOLUME 6. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, L890. NUMBER 22 Itr Killing at Los Padillas. England in Mexico. The little Mexican village of Los Padillas, on the Rio Grande about twelve miles south "of this city, was the scene of a diabolical and cold-blooded murder on Saturda' last; Vicente Chaves, a well known native and about 50 years old, be ing shot through the abdomen, the bullet passing clear through body, by Jose Ignacio Montoya, about forty yeais old, and a man known as a desperate cattle and horse thief. About 7 o'clock in the morning both of the men entered the saloon of one Adriano. Montoya had pre viously quarreled with the saloon keeper, firing a shot at him and for the ofTenEe was arrested. He, therefore, had revenge in, his eyes, and on entering the saloon pulled out his pistol and commenced fir ing again at Adriano. He took two shots at him and for some un accountable reason failed to strike the object of his hatred. Chaves, seeing th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 April 1890

S'L JOHNS HERALD. Published every Thursday. TUB APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING c6 Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. F. WALLACE, MANAGER. Official Paper of the County. One inch, one Month, , ...?2.(K one Year 20.C0 One-quarter Column, one JlontU 5.f)0 " one Year, WMK OnerhaH Column.one Month, 30.0C one Year, 100.00 One Column, one Month, 20.1 " one Year. : 200.00 Local not!ces will be inserted at twenty cents aline firit insertion and ton cents a line each aubsequent insertion. Lecul notices will be inserted at 52.00 a ?quare ffn lines of this type'for the first inT:iou and Jl 00 a square for each subsequent insertion. Stock nrands will be inserted one brand on cut, one year, $10: each additional brand on cut. same owner, 5; each a'ddtional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved fclrck, one year, L All communications should be addressed to 'xiiz Hkkali), St. Johns. A. T. SuBScnimos ?4.00 per year, in advance. it. Johns, Thursday, Aprii 10. The bill known as the "M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 April 1890

er'-! ft ST. JOHNS HERALD Entered In the Tost office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIKECTOItY. TERRITORIAL Govzbxob Louis Woifley . .PhiDnix Secretary, N. O. Murphy Phoniix Teeasubeb, J. Y.T. Smith J hoenix Soft. PdblicInstec'n, C.M.Strauss, Tucson Auditob, J, J. Hawkins Prescott Attobney Genebal. Clark Churchill, Phucuix SUPREME COURT. Jab. H. WEfGHT Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. TV. n. Barnes , Associate Justice Tucson. Owen W. Rouse. . U. S. Dist. Attorney. . .Tucson. W. JC.Meabe U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. ) R. C. Blassingame, Joaed er Supervisors ucaVy SmUh?" I Arthur Ashton, Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held firet Monday In January, April, Julyaud October. Sheriff, St. George f'reaghe. Under Sheriff :--Art McDonald. Bistbict Attorney, Albert F. iianta. Recoedeb, Arthur Ashton. Treasurer, ;-N ; recr. Assessor J- D. Likens. JUDOEOFTHE DlSTBICT Coubt.. .Jas. II. U right. Pbobate Judge J- T. Lssn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 April 1890

A TiAriVcLOUo ADVENTURE. A Han Tolls Ovorh'j.Jr.l and Is Iiescucd A. JL Battye, engineer of the steam er Gulf of Trinidad, who arrived at Plymouth recently from Barbadoes, narrates an almost unexampled ad venture which befell him during the voyage of that ship. The Gulf of Trinidad, while voyaging fromlquique for Europe, encountered heavy weath er, during which, soon after twelve o'clock on a dark night, Battye was washed overboard. The accident was observed on board, and a life-buoy was immediately thrown over and the vessel stopped. Battye sunk deeply when reaching the water, but on ris ing to the surface he struck out swim ming and reached the life-buoy. The way on the steamer had carried her far beyond him, and though the boat was lowered the prospect of finding him in such weather and at night was almost hopeless. Battye soon ceased to see the ship, and when daylight broke he found himself alone on the life-buoy a hundred milc3, so far as ho knew, from any help. He kept afloat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 April 1890

- -at-- Bg?5 VOLUME 6. 5?v KSV Bitter Rcrenge. An old man whose hair had been whitened with the snow of nearly eighty winters, died recently near the ancient town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, says the Denver Kocky Mountain News. The man was J oe Lamon, one of the early pioneers of Colorado, and who enjoyed the distinction of having killed the last Indian in the great Sand creek battle, in South-eastern Colorado, in 18fri when 400 or 500 Arapahoes and Apaches were killed by the Colorado troops. Many old-timers in Colorado will recall Lamon. Just before the war he removed from Illinois and settled down in the Arkansas valley. He had a large family, and they took up several claims adjacent to the homestead. In those days but little attention was paid to farming as cattle rais ing was then very profitable. When a band of Indians went on the warpath they terrorized the set tlers along the Platte and Arkansas river for months, and finally in the tail they began their fiendish mas sacre. They ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 April 1890

ST. JOHNS HERALD. Published every Thursday. THE ATACIIE COUNTY PC7ELISHIXG CO Incorporated April 27th, 1SS7. J. F. WALLACE, MANAGER. Official Paper of ths County. One inch, on Month,...'. one Year One-quarter Column, one Month... .?2.00 ..20.fP ...5.00 . 50.00 One-half Column.one Honlh, 10.0C true i uur, . . r one Year, 100.00 One Column, one Month, 20.00 " one Year. : 20X00 Local notices will be inserted at twenty cents n line first insertion and ten cents a line each subsequent insertion. Lojril "notices will be inserted at 2.00 a square (ten lines of this type'for the fir -i insertion and $1.00 a sonarc for enr-h subsequent insertion. Stock orauds will ho inserted one brand on cut. one year, J10;each'r.ddItSoni:l brand on cut. same "owner, ?5: each nddtionr.l brand or character, bar o. connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year, ?2. All communications should be addressed to The Hep.alo, St. Johns. A. T. Subscuipxion M.GQ per year, in advance. t5t. Johns, Thureday, Apri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 April 1890

r-.- ST. JOHNS HERALU Entered in the Post oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Goyebnoe, Louis Wolfley Pfcaonix Secbetahy X. O. llurphv Phoenix Tkeasuker, J. Y. T. Smith Ihcenix uit. Public rssTKc'K, C.M.Strauss, Tucson Auditor, J. J. Hawkins Presrott Attorney Genecal, Clark Churchill, Phoenix SUPREME COURT. Jas, H, WRfGHT Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph II. Kibdey, Associate Justice, Florence. W. II. Barnes. . . Associate Justice Tucson. wten W. Rouse. . U. S.Dist. Attorney. . .Tucson. yf. X.Meade U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. ) R. C. Blassingame, Board of Supervisors f Henry Smith." j Arthur Ashton, Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held rat Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, St. George Creagbe. Pxdek Sheriff Art McDonald. District Attorney,. Albert F. omnia. Recorder, Arthur Ashton. Treasurer ; 9eQT- Assessor -- k.e"f- Judgeofthe District Court.. .Jas. n. right. Probate Judge :JJ LesuV'ur- lerk of Court...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 April 1890

HOPE ON, HOPE EVER. Hope on, hcpe ever. Though the nteht seem loK . Some day the lfsht must cmnc. And men gror.- strong. Who under heavy burdens "Watch and pray. And patient, waiting static. Forconjlngday. Uplirt thine eyes, . . The light 'Kill soon shine through Night's darkest gloom, And show la heaven's own blue. And first his vision gree, Who stood most strong; Beneath the tempest's raze , And walteth long. And waitcth patiently. For God's Rood time. With courage strong and fearless. Faith sublime. -Emma S. Thomas, In Aibany Journal THE BARN SWALLOW. It Exceeds All Other Members of Its Fani t lly la ISaso and Celorlty. Nearly a hundred species of swal lows and a score or more of swifts a e recognized by naturalists. North America, exclusive of Mexico, is favored with seven of the former and four of the latter, while only three species of swallows and one or two of swifts come regularly to Europe. Our common or "ba.n" swallow is very similar to the European chimney swallow, and, ...

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. — 24 April 1890

'VOLUME 6, ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 24,' 1890. NUMBER 24 Tflc Quornm Question Test; Oath. If the Idaho bill gets through the Senate without amend men t the matter is to be carried to the Su preme Court on the ground that the , bill was declared, passed in the . . House by less than the required ., number of votes. The Constitution does not require a majority of all the members elected in order to . pass a bill, but it does require the majority of a quorum. The Dem ocratic contention is that the quo- rum must consist of a majority of the whole House present and voting, the evidence being the record of yeas and nays. I lie- Republican contention, now made for the first time in a hundred years, is that it consists of a majority of the whole House present, whether voting or not, the Speaker. determining from his own observation a'nd not from the record of votes how main7 are present. As only 130 me rubers were present and voting when the Idaho bill pa...

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