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BECEETAEY,.J....M.H.Van Arm an, Present
Tbexsceeb, Thomas J. isruer, rrescott.
Bcpt. Pdbuc Instbc'k, R. L Long, Globe.
Auditor, E. P, Clark, Prescott
Attobney General, Clark Churchill, Prescott
Ecmkeb Howabd ....Chief Justice, Prescott.
Dxxiel H. Pzsxey Associate... Phenix.
W. F. Pitzgebald Associate. .. .Tucson.
V. 3. District Attoesey. J A. Zabriskie. Tucson
V. E. Marshal Z . L. Tidball, . . .Tucson
r " i 1?rnfRt Top
30AKD or supervisors, MUoaaxd.
IT. S. Hunch. Clerk.
. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held
Crstilonaay in January, April, juiyana ucmuur
Rttprtpp. J. L. Hubbell
Pbobate Judge, -E. C. Bunch.
Treasurer. ...DIonlcio Baca.
District Attobkey, C. L. Gutterson,
rttrnittiER Alfred Ruiz,
Judge of the Distbict Coubt, Sumner Howard.
-Judge op the (Jouy Court W. M. Rudd.
Clerk of Court, j Alfred Ruiz.
- Terms of the District court, nrsi iionaays in
February and August.
U. S. STOVEB, P. M: Office hours: Open
rom 9 a. 21. until 4 p. M. On SundayB from 1 to
2 p.m. Mail closes going east at li a. k,
iin ii i ii
St'. Johns, Thursday, July 23.
Alfred Ruiz is at the capitol
All kinds of fresh, fruit at Lewis. '
J. P. Cooper, stock raiser, was in
town this week.
T. S. Bunch and wife are also at the
Phil. Forest, of Garlands ranch,Tvasa
Visitor this week.
A large lot of fine imported and do
mestic cigars at Lewis.'
Don Antonio Gonzales is spending a
few days with his lambs.
Alex. Pechner made a flying trip to
Springerville on Tuesday.
John Swett, of Springerville, was in
town the first of the week.
James Scott and wife, of Show Low
were in town on Friday.
Sheriff J. L. Hubbell has gone to Har
dy station to attach sheep.
Geo. H. Miller is holding down the
night shift at Pechners Saloon.
The Herald is the only exclusively
ahti'Morrnon paper in Arizona.
Harris Baldwin is wrestling with the
law before Judge Howard at Prescott.
Postmaster Stover fs in Prescott, a
witness before Judge Howards court.
Henry Banta has got the Prescott
fever and leaves Charles to attend shop.
John Swinburne, stock-raiser, was in
town during the first days of the week.
Nathan Barth came in from Holbrook
tn Monday and left the next day for
Twenty-five cases are on the calendar
for the next term of the District Court,
in this countv.
The mail service between Tucson and
Quijota has been cut down from six to
two trips a week.
Frank Clark has moved his tonsorial
establishment and can now be found at
Darlings Monarch Saloon.
Thomas Brady was in from his ranch
Tuesday last. He reports stock in splen
did coudition in his section.
Tue Herald expects to givo a full re
port of the proceedings of the United
States District Court next week.
Miles P. Roinney, former editor of the
Orion Era has not reported 'at Prescott.
How is that for a jumper of bonds.
Frank Lewis, the confectioner, has
.just received from California a large in
voice of tropical fruits of all kinds.
Six citizens of Mohave Co. will be tried
at the present term of the United States
Court for Eelling whiskey to Indians.
Several editorials prepared for this
issue of the Herald, if they appear at
all, must be deferred until next issue.
A new ond story frame bouse is being
erected in the east end of town for the
Eev. J. M. Padilla. J. A. Johnson is
Milners Orion Era is too much for the
most hopeless Mormon to digest. Many
of the saints refuse to take the papers
that are sent to them.
It is reported that the term of the Dis
trict Court, for Apache ebunty, will not
be held until the latter part of August,
or the first part of Septetiiber.
J. F. Wallace (Uncle Jimmy) rode in
town like a gentleman, as he is" from
his sunflower plantation. Uncle Jimmy
will have a pplendid crop this season.
The stage company between Ash Fork
and Prescott are obliged to run two
coaches daily to carry the peoplesum--fnoned
before the. court now in session
afc the capitol.
Charles Kinnear and Johnny Evans,
of Springerville, passed through town
on Saturday eng route to Prescott to at
The town has but a small representa
tion pi the. legal sense, as to numbers,
but twola&ycrs remain in townBros
Gutterson and Howard.
Between $5000 and $6000 per month is
shipped out of Prescott by the Chinese,
none of which ever returns for circula
tion. So says the Arizona Journal.
The "Leasers", the dashing "wholesale
and retail merchants of Albuquerque,
were at the county seat Monday and
Tuesday last on mercantile business.
Mr. Grunsfeld, of the firm of Spiegel
berg Bros, of Albuquerque, and his son-in-law
Mr. Elsman were in town on bus
iness during the early part of the week.
Our thanks are due to the Hon. H. M.
Van Annan, secretary of the Territory
of Arizona, for a copy of the journals of
the thirteenth legislative assembly of
the territory of Arizona.
Arnold Hugle and Wm.Hemmelspech,
sfockmen of this county, arrived in town
yesterday, attended to business, paid
their debts and will go back to the ranch
tomorrow. Good citizens are Hugle and
On Sunday next a race will take place
for $500 between Walter Darlings sorrel
mare Kate and Thomas Perez roan
mare Doily. Several matches are talked
of and a good time is expected between
A large lot of express matter was re
ceived on Monday, direct from Califor
nia, by Frank Lewis, the confectioner.
This supply of new goods consists of all
kinds of fresh candies, nuts, raisins,
lemons, oranges, pears, peaches, apples,
etc., etc. Give him a call.
Jack Connelly was in from Apache
this week. Jack is about satisfied with
the amount of this worlds goods that he
has in store and will hereafter spend his
summers at Newport and Saratoga, and
his winters in the beautiful orange
groves and under the magnolias of trop
Mr. Henry Smith, of Smith Carson &
Co., of Apache county, advises that they
have just added to their splendid stock
seventy head of fine high grade Hereford
and Galloway yearling bulls, which they
bought of the celebrated stock raiser,
J. B. Greer, of Grover, Johnson county,
David K. Udell, bishop of the St.
Johns stake of Zion and a yard-wide-died-in-the-wool
polygamist. is to be
tried this week in Prescott on the
charges of polygamy and perjury. Pri
vate advicesjrom the capitol inform us
that the chances of the bishop returning
to St. Johns, via Detroit, are very good.
The great daily's at Prescott don't
seem to take kindly to Elder Milner's
specimen of spread eagle, fourth of July
demonstration of half-mast oratorical
display of love of country and sich.
For shame, since that effort on behalf
of liberty the orator might readily be
mistaken in society for a Union Club
The ghastly rumor comes from Tex
as that fifteen rustlers had been lynch
ed in that state during the latter half of
June. Such statements as these explains
the recent boast of the Ft. Worth Stock
Journal of the small amount expended
by the associations of that state in run
ning down criminals. Southwestern
MURDER OF PABLO RIVAL!.
On the evening of July 15tn while Mr.
Sol Barth was eng route for Holbrook
he discovered on the roadside, about
ten miles from St. Johns, the body of a
dead man which was afterwards found
to be that of Pablo Eivali, a mexican
who resided at Concho. Pablo had been
in town on the 14th and left on the5th.
apparently for his home, and when
about ten miles from town came to his
death from the effects of a gun shot
wound in the head, the ball entering the
nose and passing directly through the
head. On Mr. Barth's arrival at Aris
tero Berela's ranch, about four or five
miles from where the dead man lay, he
notified Mr. Barela who immediately
went after the remains and carried them
to his house, where they laid until the
following morning when an inquest was
held. Pablo was last seen alive by Be-
inno Lopez, who passed him on the road
about 3 o'clock on the 15th inst, sitting
down near a small bush, with his horse
tied to his leg, suffering from the influ
ences of whiskey. Pablo was not seen
alive after this, but came to his death
where Mr. Lbp62 passed him laying
down on the road and there laid until
found by Mr. Barth Some twenty-four
or twenty-five hours after his death.
An iriquest was held over the remains
at Berela's ranch, fifteen miles from St.
Jolins; on the morning of the 17th Mr.
Benino Lopez acting as coroner with the
following jurors : Aristeo Barela, Eusto
guies Blea, Severo Griego, Crus Duran,
Jose Antonio Salazar and Dr. W; T. Dal-
by. After all the testimony had been
taken the jury came to the following
conclusion : That the said Pablo Kivali,
a resident of Concho, about 42 years of
age, was shot through the head while
laying on the roadsidej some ten miles
from St. Johns, while under the influ
ence of whiskey and that sudden and I
immediate death followed in conse
quence of said wdund.
Dr, W. T. Dalby was ordered to.make
a post mortem jexamination of the wound
which was.fouhd to be as follows; The
deceased was that of a man abut 40
years of age, about five feet, ten and one
hdlf inches in height and weighing about
1G0 p'oubds and at the time of the post
morterri had been dead some 36 or 40
hosrs and was in a state of decomposi
tion. The wound, very probably pro
duced by a pistol, "45 calibre," entered
the nose about its centre on the left side,
fracturing the turbinated bones also the
superior maxillary? sphenoid and eth
moid, then entered the. cerebrum at the
longitudinal fissure at its superior bord
er, then gradually descended to the cor
pus coliosum, traversing its superior
border for its entire length, thence
through the fourth ventricle, pons yar
olii and cerebellum, making its .exit
through the occipital bone, one inch dir
rectly below the juncture of the lamdoi
dal and sagital sutures, causing two
oblique and one longitudinal fracture of
the occipital bone, a longitudinal fract
ure of the left paritaLbone in aline
with the sagital secture, as far forward
nearly as the coronal secture, both tem
poral and frontal bones also sustained
fractures. The deceased came to his
death from the effects of this wound,
immediate and sudden death following
it. The wound was not self inflicted and
the body contained no other wounds or
marks of violence. In this examination
Dr. Dalby was kindly assisted by Mr.
Notice is hereby given that I have ap
pointed Francisco Baca Deputy Treas
urer of Apache County with full power
to perform the duties of said office.
St. Johns, Ariz. Dioxicio Baca,
June 25, 1885. Treasurer.
St. Johns, June 6th, 1885.
The partnership heretofore existing
in the general merchandise business in
St. Johns, Arizona, between Kosalio
Golomo and Scrafin Apodaca, under the
firm name and style of Colomo & Co.
(Colomo y Co.,) is this day dissolved.
Serafin Apodaca will pay all debts, and
collect all money due said firm, and as
sumes all liabilities of the late firm.
Business will be continued at the old
stand by Serafin Apodaca, under the
name of Colomo &Co.
P. T. Lewis,
DEALER IN FINE PURE CANDIES, FRUITS,
NUTS, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS,.ETC.
Fruits of all kinds, Oranges, Lemons:, Apples
and nil others in their season. Walnuts,
Pecans, reanuts. For Lunches, Pigs
Feet, Sheeps Tongues, Delicate
Crackers, Limberger Cheese, ,
Russian Caviar, Cigars
Always happy to serve customers at reasonable
rates .Commercial Corner, Stock Exchange
Square, St.Johus, Arizona, Territory.
Groceries and General
Navajo Station, A. & P. R. R.
Hay,grain and stabling for ac
commodation of travelers
Stage leaves the house
daily (except Sunday) 6
p. m. for St. Johns and
ST. JOHNS, - - i ARIZONA
Every accomodation for trav
eling Secure corrals, .
warm stables hay
Hat Caps Boots,
and in iiict a general assortment
Produce, Stock, Wool
FOR CASH ONLY!
TWO DRINKS FOR A QUARTER
.SPECKAI NOTICE I
The St. Johns Billiard Parlor will sell
on and after this date All Drinks
A.T .A. BIT BACH.
.A. PECHNER,. Proprietor
Alexander Pechner- Prop.
Choice Brands of
WHISKIES) WINES, BITTERS,
AND FINE SELECTION OF CI
Constantly kept on hand
In connection with the above
he has a
Where travelers can feel assured
that there stock is properly cared
A fine stock of Fruit and Orna
mental Trees, Vines, etc.j either rais
ed in New Mexico, or thoroughly
acclimated, and worth double the
price of those brought from the
Also Dgg's for Hatching from
eight varieties of, Pure Bred Poul
try, and a few pairs of Fancy Pig
eons for sale.
R. C. VOSE,
n. . J" 1 tl -1 . r
WALTER DARLING, Prop!
ST. JOHNS, - - - ARIZONA.
It is not necessarv to call the attention
of old customers to our location,
they know full well where
to find the largest
For thejbenefit of our Patrons we have
conneeteU with our Saloon
well kept corrals,
Hay, Grain 8tabling
Furnished for those desiring such
Choice Brands of
Foreign and Domestic
BEER, and HAVANA
3 X 31- k. S3
gGm'Wc offer a place, to those so
inclined, to spend a pleasant even
ing. Come drink and he merry.
In connection with the above he
Where travelers can feel assured
that their etock is properly cared
PER YEA R.
The Largest and Best
in tlie World
FOR 'Z'IrHIIE PBIOS.
GLOBE PRINTING CO
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION. -' ' '
Land Office at PBEstorf.l&Riz.. .
Jqjy?3rd. S85. J
Notice is Hereby gaven .that te following.
named settler has fileu notice Of his intention to.
make final proof In support of his claim, and
secure final entry thereof at the expiration of
thirty days from the date of this notice
viz: "William "Whitcomb . of Shotf Low,
Apache County, Arizona, for his Declara
tory Statement No. 1576. for the north J of the
south-east and the south of the north east
XA of Section No. twenty-six (26) in Township
No. nine (9) north of Range No. twenty-three (3)
easi, before the Judge of the District Court of
Apache County, at St. Johns, in said county, or
in his absence the: clerk of said court, and
nanies the followinjfas his witnesses, viz; Johri
Q. Adaihsoh. "E. C. Kinder. "William Amos and
I. J. Porter, all of Show Low, Apache county;
Arizona. - Thomas Wing, Register.
NOTICE FpB PUBLICATION.
Laud Office at PBEScoxr,Afti2.
. - July litbriS&S:"
Notice is hereby given Ihat the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to mate
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of theDistrict
Court of Apache county, at St. Johns, Apache
county, Arizona Territory, on the lltb day of
Aiigut, 1SS5, viz: Kunion C. Kinder, of Shotv'
ow,s Apache county, Arizona Territory,
f 0r h Homestead Application No. 303, for the
e tis of the northwest and the southwest IX
Q! l northwest i of section No. twenty-six
(2 bed the southeast J of the southwest J.4
u anon No. twenty-three (23), in township
ecti nine (9), north of range numbcrtwentj
two (22) east.
He names the following' witnesses o prove hii
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
saidland,vis : William 3Iorg"an, James Sponslcr,
James Scott and Robert Scott, all 01 Show
Low, Apache County, Arizona Territory.
25-ot Thomas AVing, Register.
notice for publication. " -
Land Office at Pkescqtt, Aeiz. .
July 9th, 1&S5.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice bf his" intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, ami
that said proof will be made before the Clerk of
the District Court of Apache County, at St. Johns
Apache County Arizona Territory, on the Utl
day of August.lSSo, viz: "William Morgah.of Show
Low, Apache County Arizona, for his Homestead
Application No 316. for the east i of the north
east XA of Section No. sixteen (16) and the rtprth
M of the south-east of Section No, nine (9) in"
Township No. nine (y) North of Range No. twenty-three
He names the following witnesses to provd his
continuous residence upon, atid cultivation of;
said land, viz: Joseph Sponslerj R. C. Kinder,
Robert Scott and James Scott, aU of Shpw Low,
Apache County, Arizona: '
july9-5t. Thomas Wikg, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Pkescott, Ariz. -
July 2nd, 18S5. "
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
fipal proof in supporrof his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of Apache county.at St. Johns.Apache
county, Arizona Territory, on the 10th day or.
August, I880, viz: Mason E, Crossan, of Sprih
gerville, Apache county, Arizona Territory, for
his Declaratory Statement No. 1573, for the frac-.
tional south 4 61 the, south-west i of Section
No. two (2) in- Township No. six (5) north of
Range No. thirty-one (31) tast.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence iipon and cultivation of.
said-laiid; viz: Robert Morrison, John Morrison,
Morton Crossan and Henry Broadwise, all of
Springerville, Apache countv, Arizona.
jun2o-5t. Thomas Wixg, Register.
IN'TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THJRt
Judicial District, Territory of Arizona,
County- of Apache.
"W. R. Robins, Plaintiff,
vs. Summons No. 73.
John Eaton, Defendant.)
Action brought in the District Cotlrt of the'
Third Judicial District, in and for the" County of
Anachc, Territory of Arizona.
Territory of Arizona sends greetings to John"
Eaton. You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought against
you by the above named plaintiff in the District'
court of the Third Judicial District, in and for
the County of Apache, in the Territory of Ari
zona, and answer the complaint filed with thi
Clerk of this Court, at St. Johns, in said
County, (a copy bf which complaint accom
panies this summons,) within t wenty days (e"x
elusive of the day of service) after the service
upon you of this summons, if served in this
County; but if served out of the County, and
within this District, then within thirty days, in
all other cases forty days.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail'
to appear and answer the complain t,as above re
quired, the plaintiff Will take Judgment against
you for the sum of Eleven., Hundred v and-Twenty-three
and 8S-1CD Dollars and costs and
disbursements in this behalf expended . '
Given under my hand and the seal of said
District Court, this 1st day of April. A. D. 1885.-
seal: y Alfred Ruiz, Clerk.
Choice City Lots, improved or unim
proved, in . the thriving town of Holbrook
on the line of- thfe Atlantic., and Pacijfic
Eailroad, Terms easy. For further in
formation inquire of, or addreBS
:i O P Chaffee, Agt., .
fo-6m Holbrook, Ariz,
APACHE COUNTY STOCK GROWERS ASSO
CIATION. O PEERS a teward of ATwq Hundred and Fifty
Dollars for the arrest and conviction, or in
formation leading to thd arrest and conviction
of any person stealing or driving away cattle,
horses or mules, the piopcrty of members of this
association. HENRY SMITH, President.
M. H. WELLS, Secretary, . Springerville
Salt Lakest via Navald Springs . ml9-tf.
THE ST. JOIINS
are riow offering for sale their Magnificent Gar
den and Farming Land, along the line of the'
Irrigating canal, froin which an abundance of
water can at all times be supplied forall neces
sary purposes. Three thousand acres have al
ready been disposed of and the owners thereof,
have in most cases, commenced working tho
land. The divisions are in forty-acre plots.
Sjtf" Parties desiring to secure pleasant
homes in the finest country and climate in all
the South-west, will apply for terms and furrher
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