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Published every Thursday.
'Henry Iteed, Editor" and Proprietor.
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; . . AHenyinmnicntions should be addressed to
, . The IlEBALD.Ht. Johns. A. T.
St. Johns, A. T. February 22 , 1885.
r "0n Thursday last, the court, Hon.
umner.Hov.'ard, .presiding, called
4he grand jury into court and gave
them what might be termed a sup-
'plemental instruction, in suostance
as follows :
Gentlemen Of The Juhy: It
has come to the knowledge of the
court through some of your mem
bers, that you, as a body, have re
fused to find indictments against
'persons j for, ae issaid in one in
startcc, that the county will be put
i oncosts over small" matter. Nov-,
I charge you tlfat all persons or
corporations doing business or hav
ing property w:ithin4iis county are
i entitled to protection, and that,
whether the, offence be of small or
great moment, a corporation, rail
. road pr otherwise, that -pays large
. taxes into your treasury is especial
ly entitled to 3rour note'tionr An
offence committed against its prop-
. - fevty is just as heinous as though
committed against an individual.
I? you find that any person has fe
Joniously or burglariously taken
coal, or other property, from the
possession of .the Kailroad compa
ny, it is your duty to find an in
; dictment against such person with--put
-regard to the costs that the
Z' t QPPnty m&y oe put to. It is not a
t " good ;policy to look at the question
(f costs. Crime must be punished.
V;k It may seem beneficial in a partic-j-V'fdar.
case .but in the long run it
'I t .works an injustice to good morals
anusocietv. it may -oe mat vou
iuit)Uiiuui&iu"u ujy ci i a rue to
" you, given at ihe time you were cm
paneJcu, i cnargca vou tnen as X
- ',. charge you now, when two persons
claim certain property amder color
of title, and one peaceably takes it
from the other, he should not be
indicted. They should come in on
the civil side of the court and by an
action in replevin or other suitable
civil remedy, at their own expense,
litigate tiie title to the propertv ant
iot put the county to expense bv
indictment. It is upon this matlei
that I then charged you as to costs.
I repeat that where a person takes
the .properly of another (be that
other a person, or corporation) un
lawfully, it is your duty to indict if
the offence amounts to a felon v.
I have also been informed that
vou have. refused to indict persons
ocJonging 10 tne . iuimary 01 tne
h- United State's, assigning as a reason,
.that you did not want to fight or
. come -in contact with the Military.
, ' Lcharge vou that a momber of the
-'Military. while, within the jurisdic-
,-" ;tion.of this court is amenable to the
-criminal laws of your Territory and
If -any member of. the Military of
the United Stages, whether he be an
.officer or the lowest menial in its
temploy, within the exterior bound-
a'nes 61 this county, has committed
.an "offence, which is punishable by
the laws of this Territory, and the
fact is shown to your satisfaction,
that there is reasonable grounds to
believe that an offence amounting
.to a felony has been committed, it
is your duty to indict such member.
I want no foolishness on the part
of this grand jury. There must, be
no childs pla You may retire to
your rooms and if you do not do
your duty as found in the statutes
of your territory and the instruc
tions given you by the court, I shall
discharge yon and call another
grand iury that will see that the
laws arc properly enforced. The
remedy for a failure to perform your
duty lies in the statute, and the
court will avail itself of that rom
cdy. ;
The Oklahoma Boomers who de
clared their intention of defying
the United States and holding to
the lands upon which they had
squatted, even if they had to do so
at the cost of their lives, have sur
rendered without a shot being fired.
This is just wnat the Mormons,
another law and ' order defying
class, will have to do abide by
and obey the laws of the United
States.
The members of the Legislature
- who, indulged in a knock-down-drag-out
fight the other day were
L. P. Nnsh and J, A. Brown, both
representatives fromJYavapai coun
ty. " As yet the Legislature has done
nothing in recard to equalizing
fare and freieht rates over the rail-
A . w
iULLiia. i
"The St. Johns Herald, in com
menting on the lecture delivered in
Prescott, Jan. 29, by Sumner How
ard, on the subject of the 'Mountain
Meadow Massacre,' asks the Judge
to repeat it to the citizens of Saint
Johns, in order that some of the
young men will be turned from their
present beliefs, and practices, allu
ding to the Mormon youths. The
Herald wants them to frequent sa
loons, gambling houses and imi
tate the actions of the average gen
tile youth, who spends his time in
drinking, carousing, gambling and
spending his money m saloons."
Orion Era.
Why not copy the article? Had
the Orion Era placed it before its
readers, the. comments it makes
would show how far a-wav from the
subject it purposely drifted. Our
thoughts were arrayed against the
domination over civil affairs of the
people by the Mormon priesthood
against a theocracy that would re-
enslave its followers: against the
exacting and cruel leaders who rob
the laborer of the pittance, earned
br his hardest toil, which should
go to support himself and his fam
ily ; against a system that in its ef"
feet degrades the raco a nd lowers
them to the level of the meanost of
animals; against polygamy, as a
gainst the advanced civilization of
the times in which we liye; against
the control of the apostles and
rpricsthood over the inalienable
rights and liberties of the people;
against this new horror under , the
cloak of religion they would fasten
upon the-best government the sun
ever shown upon, We are glad to
be quoted by our cotemporarii
but they, must do it fairly, and not
write a Lie and send it forth to the
world as truth.
Wo confidently trust that the
Board of Supervisors of Apache Co
will take the present occasion to
look after the necessities of a bridge
across the Rio Puerco at Navajo
Station, on the A. & P. Railroad.
Ajtall times the bridge is required
to make a safe transit. New, while
the maddening waters are rushing
across the treacherous quick sand,
it is positively dangerous both to
lifo and to the loss of the United
States mails that arc twice daily to
be crossed at this point. Come,
gentlemen of the Board, listen to
our cry. We shall ask for nothing
that is not for the public good, and
shall be slow to call for anything
that implies the expenditure of mo
ney unless the necessity is impera
tive. COURT IVOTES.
District Court. Hox. Sumxer
Howard, Presiding.
Fifth Day."
Minutes of 4th day read and ap
proved Territory of Arizona ex-
rel, John Hunt vs. Lopez, exception
nunc : pro-tunc.
Grand Jury entered with partial
report P. J. Hill indicted for grand
larceny.
Stabb & Co. vs. Sol Barth et als.
demurrer agreed and submitted.
Grand Jury entered with partial
report Abilmo Cuello and Sefori-
no Mora indicted for grand larceny.
Stabb & Co. vs. Sol Barth, cleft's
motion to quash and dismiss, mo
tion denied.
Stabb & Co. vs. Sol Barth, motion
to quash, service denied.
Antonio Gonzales admr. etc., etc.,
vs. li. ben btanJey ana olners jb. im.
Satiford entered as atty. for plaint'f.
Territory of Arizona vs. P. J. Hill
defendant, arraigned bail $1,000.
John C. Wahl vs. Orson Lance
on trial by jury. Court adjourned
till 7th, 9 a. m.
Sixth Day.
Court met 9 a. m. Presiding,
Hon. Sumner Howard minutes of
preceding day read and approved.
Stabb & Co. vs. Sol Barth de
fendants demurrer sustained leave
to plaint'f to file amended eompl'nt.
Territory of Arizona vs. Abilino
Cuello and Sorafino Mora defend
ants arraigned.
J. C. Wahl vs. Orson Lance on
trial.
Grand Jury entered with partial
report presenting indictment a
gainst Donald McDonald and Ed.
Wilson for burglary.
John Salazar vs. Richard Greer ;
motion to set aside order of arrest
denied
John C. Wahl vs. Orson Lance
verdict for plaintiff $564,00; stay
granted for five days.
Territory ot Arizona vs, Abilino
Cuello and Serafino Mora Def'ts
pleaded guilty. Court adjourned
'till Mowlnv flth.
-" -'J
Seventh Day.
Court met Hon. Sumner How
ard presiding minutes read and
approved.
Abilino Cuello sentenced to two
years and six months in Yuma
prison for horse stealing. Serafino
Mora sentenced two years at Yuma
for hoise stealing..
Territory of Arizona vs, P. J.
Hill case continued for term.
Territory of Arizona vs. Donald
McDonald and Ed Wilson defen
dants arraigned.
Territory of Arizona vs. Nathan
Barth defendant arraigned.
Territory of Arizona vs. James
Tewksburj jury trial; defendant
found not guilty.
Stabb & Co. vs. Sol Barth five
days granted for defendant to plead.
J. T. Lesereur vs. Board of Sup
ervisors of Apache county caso
submitted on briefs.
Adjourned 'till Tuesday morning
9 o'clock.
Eighth Day.
Court met pursuant to adjourn
ment Hon. Sumner Howard, pre
siding. Territory of Arizona vs. Amnion
M. Tenney motion District Attv :
nol. pros., entered.
John Hunt vs. Roman Lopez
by consent case dismissed.
John P. Wahl vs. Orson Lance
verdict for plaintiff.
Territory of Arizona vs. Donald
McDonald defendants demurrer ;
overruled.
Edward Wilson pleaded guilty
to larceny seutenco suspended to
next term of court.
Donald McDonald pleaded not
guilty bail fixed at $200.
Grand Jury presented five indict
ments and found report. They
were then discharged with the
thanks of the court.
Court adjourned 'till Wednesday
morning, iveb. 11th, at which time
court met and adjourned for the
term.
Citation for Contest.
To Jose Padilla : You are herebv
notified that Cieorye A. MeCartar lias
this day filed in this office his legal alli
davit. together with the reenired stm-
nortinsr affidavits to contest vour ri??nt
to and for the cancellation of vour Home
stead Entry No. 293 for the fcontheast
of Section No. eleven (11) in Township
No. ten (10) North of KangoNo. twenty
live (25) East, made bv vou on the 2()th
day of August, 1SS4. That a hoaring of
all parties in interest in the Ramc is
hereby set for the 1 (3th day of March
18S5, before the Register of the United
States Land Office, at Prescott, Arizona,
where and at which time all maiters in
relation thereto will be had and heard
and by all parties thereto interested.
Thomas Wing, Register.
Citation for Contest.
To "asimio Padilla: Ycm are herebv notified
that James F Wallace has tills day filed in this
office his lffal nllldavit, together with the re
quired supporting affidavits, to contest vour
right to and for, the canceHiition of your Home
stead entry Xo, 2DI for the North-cast J4 of i?ec
lion No. fourteen (1J) in Township Xo. ten (lo)
uiui m jumyi; .u, i v. emy-nve is-'J J.asi, maue
liy you on the snth. dav of Autrust 1SS1. That a
hearhg of all parties, iti Interest in the same, is
hereby set for the lStji. day of March li$5, before
the Register and Receiver of the United States
Land Olliee, at Prescott. Arizona, where and at
which time all matters in relation thereto will be
had and heard and by all parties thereto interest
ed. Thomas Wing, Register.
SALOONS.
ST.oTOIHIIETS
iard Parlor
ALEXANDER PECHNEB.
MANAGER,
Choice Brands of
WHISKIES, WINES, BiTTERS,
And all Kinds or Liquors and Cigars
0ii: nntly kept on hand.
In connection with the above
he lias a
FEED Y A
Where travelers can feel assured
that there stock is properly cared
foi.
THE MOKARGH..
SALOON,
20,000,000 ACRES OF LAND FOR 4
Sale in New Mexico and Arizona.
THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
The Land Grant of this Company, in alternate
sections extends entirely across the .Territories of
New Mexico and Arizona, between the 34th and
36th degrees of north latitude, it is 650 miles Inns
and 80 miles wide and includes some of the best
jraiinsj lands of both Territories. In the valleys
are many desirable tracts cf agricultural land, sus
ceptiblc'of irrigation. A stifiiciency cf water has
been found wherever cattle and sheep have been
grazed, and large herds have been grazed n the
country ever since the comincr of the Mexicans
Wells have been sunk and good water has been
obtained.
A stream of innnins; water, the San Jose, rises
near the summit of the Sierre Madre, and runs 75
miles eastward to the Rio Puerco, and the compa
ny's road follows the whole length of its valley.
There are numerous fine valleys opening into the
valley of the San Jose, flanked bv grassy and woo
ded hills, upon which there is an open growth of
small cedar and pincn. '1 here is ane nsivebelt
ofsond pine t4mbcr on the mountains, near the
railroad, and good springs are found on both slopes
of the Sierre Madre. '1 here is a large coal fied
west of Fort Wingatc which has been fully ex
plored, and which will afford labor for a large pop
ulation, there arc also coal deposits on the eastern
slope of the Sierra Madre. Many varietiesof buil
ding stone are found in great abundance along the
line of the road.
In Arizona the grazing areas are supplied wtih
good water, and the United States Surveyors, who
made theofilclal surveys of the countrj , say they
areascood, if not better, than those ot Wyoming
and Montana. The Navajo Indians grow corn
without irrigation, in the valrcys of the Puerco of
the West, on the Company's lands, anl in the val
ley of the Little Colorado, also on the line of the
road, good crops of corn, sorghum, oats, barley,
and garden vegetables are grown by irrigation,
the finest of potatoes, oats, wheat, barley and gar
den vegetables of large size and fine quality have
been successfully grown without irrigation on i
Straight Kentucky Whisky
a Specialty.
Albuquerque, Mew Mexico.
SANTIAGO
Wholesale
Albuquerque N. M.
IMPORTER OF FOREIGN WINES AND -LIQUORS.
THE
Largest and Most Complete Stock in New Mexico.
FULL STOCK BAR GOODS.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED YAL BLATZ'S BOTTLED BEER.
European Hofel0
. E. BOraSALL, -
BEST ROOMS IN THE
IN ALL PARTS
CL3
& BILLIARD R
r
Opposite Union Depot.
Albuoueraue - - -
WABASH CATTLE GO
Cattle brand same as cut on
right side. Ear mark
richtcar undcrbit.
Horse brand same as cut on
riclit shoulder. Ranac:
Salt Lakes Ap.-.clse Co. Ariz.
P. U. address: Navajo Springs, Arizona.
BENSON BROS.
Cattie brand 0 X on
left hip.
Horse brand B on left
Hunk.
nt miles west of Holbrook.
0. address: Holbrook, Ariz.
A. HUGLE. a GO,
Cattlc'brand O on l?ft
ribs, and H on left
jaw. Ear mark
both ears split.
Horse biand: H on left thigh, llange:
29 miles west of Holbrook.
P. 0. address : Holbrook, Ariz.
JAMES D. KOUGK.
Cattle brand same as
cut, on left side.
Horse brand same on
left hip. Range:
Little Colorado, near
ruerco
l'. O.adr., Holbrook,Ariz.
BILLINGS LAND AND
GATTLE GO.
Cattle .brand Diamond
in circle, on leftside
or hip and B left jaw
Horse brand: 3 on
left shoulder. Range: Billings on Rio
Puerco, P. 0. address : Holbrook, Ariz.
JAMES M. H1GGINS.
Cattle brand same as
cut, on left side.
Horse brand same on
left flank. Range:
Little Colorado River,
P. O. add: ess,
Holbrook, Ariz.
near Holbrook.
M0FFETT& LAIRD.
Cattle brand same as
cut on right hip. Ear
mark, both ears over ;
half cropped. Horse
bianu : attuie. Kance : Lower Chevolons !
Rio
19 IT a X
Fork. P. 0. address :
Holbrook, Arizona.
i
the slopes of the San Francisco mountains.
On'these mountains there is an extensive timber
belt, diversified by beautiful valleys and parks,
with good water and wonderful canors through
which thtf road passes. In fret, the whole of the
country traversed by the road is very picturesque
and beautiful, and many towns arc being buitt
along its route,
The Valley of the Rio Grande, at Albuquerqe
is 5, oco feet above the sea, and the passes of 'the
Sierra Madre and the San Francisco mountains. in
Arizona, have elevations of" 7,300, witha depres
sion at Winslow. on the Little Colorado, where
the altitude is 5,000 feet ; the climate is mild and
saiubrous. Cattle and sheep graze throughout
the year and do not need to be sheltered or grain
fed during the winter. The nights arc cool during
the summer.
The f'oirpany is now prepared to make sales
of its gnzing lauds in quantities of 30,000 acres
or rr.cre. at prices ranging from one dollar (or
even less for larger quantities.) to one dollar and
a half an acre, upon payment of one-fourth the
purchase value at date of contract of sale, the
remninder inpayments as may be agreed upon,
bearing six per cent interest; and irrigable agri
cuHural lands in tracts of forty acres or more.
The belt of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
Land Grant includes the only available grazing
land in the country south or the Missouri KiTer
that can be purchased in large areas ; and the
Section of country through which this read passes
will become the Lest beef producing region of
the United States.
Maps of the Land Grant will be forwarded on
application aid properly acredited persons desire
ing to inspect grazing lands, with a view to pur
chase and establish stock ranches, will be gvien
facilities for that purpose.
J. A. WILLIAMSON.
THCS. S, SEDGWICK. -nwiir CVw.vVrr
Lend Agent, S7 Milk St., Boston, Mais
Albuquerque, N. M.
LIQUORS
BAGA
- - - Proprietor,
GITY. . MEALS SERVED
OF THE HOUSE.
- - few Mexico.
UARD NER G LLIP.Q
&. W1LMERDING.
P. 0 ad. St. Johns, Arir.
Range, Deer and Cetlro
sprigs.
Bra d, as cut. on left ribs
liar mark.gruboff of right
ST. GEO. CREAGH,
Cattle brand 7-1 on left ribs
ana on icitjaw. tar mark
half under-cut on left car,
nan over-cut on right ear.
Range, Coyote Springs and
i.squiuiue .Mountains.
L. WATTS,
Cattle bmnded "ur on
left ribs. Kar marks, both
cars cropped and under
notched.
Range on Nucturoso.
P. F. CLANTON,
Cattle branded J U on
left ribs. Ears cropped and
lit.
ZEIGER BROS.
P. O. add. Navajo Station
Ariz. Terr.
Cattle brand, as cut, on the
left ribs: car marks, left
crop, right underbit.
Horse brand, same on left
thigh.
SMITH, GARSON & GO.
Cattle brand same as
cut, on left side, and
A on left jaw.
Ear mark: Left ear
grubbed. Horse brand j
P. O. address : Springerville, Ariz.
JOHN
SWINBURNE.
Cattle branded
on left side. Ear
mark, under half
crop on left, under
bit on right.
Horses branded
X
on left hip.
lgs A. L. MORRISON & SONS.
Cattle brand same as cut
on left side. Ear Mark
underslope on right, crop
on left Horse brand the
same, 011 right hip.
Home ranch: Mamie creek
near Escadilla Mountains.
:.-5s; Sprlngerville, Arkont.
Pest Office a'ld;
OOMS
.AY
RAILROADS.
Atlantic & Pacific R. R
TIME-TABLE.
Trains on this Road
'Mountain Division."
;re run on standard tirne
STATIONS.
Atlantic Expr.
Arrives.
yo a.m.
65t
8 30 "arr. I
59 "Ivc )
9 43 "
xo 26 "
x 24 p.marr (
Albuquerque
Laguna
Grants
Coolidge
Wingatc
(lallup
Manuelito
Holbrook
Winslow
Canon Diablo
Flagstaff
Williams
Ash Fork
Peach Springs
Trustcn
Hackberry
Hualapat
Real
Kingman
Drake
Yucca
Franconia
Powell
East Cridgc
. "Needles"
Fenner
Dauby
A in boy
Ludlow
Daggett
Hinckley
Rogers -
Mojave
9 oop.m.
U co "
6 00 "
6 20 ptrt lve.
5 00
5 3
4 00
X 23
44
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9 60
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xt 34
x 04 p. m.
240 "'arr.
3 10 "lve.
360
5 3
6 30 p. m.a.
'2 50
xx 30 am
x 56 "
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9 20 "
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arr.
la 30 p. m.1
ItCKT' ,k -
to 15 a.m.Ive
in.
miles; to Canon de Chclle, 65 miles; to Keams Cat
nan, 90 miles. Via Holbrook, Tri-weekly Stages
to St. Johns, S5 miles ; to Ft. Apache, 90 miles ; tv
Springerville, 95 miles; to Show Low, 50 mile."'
Tavlorville, 35 miles; Moqui Indian Village.go of
Via Winslow, to Rrigham City and Sunset. j
Via Alh Port. DaSlv Sfnr In Prfntf
Whipple Karracks, 54 miles. Daily Sta?es fr-1!1
Prescott to Phcenix, and Tri-weekly Stages to i
Venle.
via Peach Springs, to the orand canon or Til
Coolkatio, 17 miles.
Via Kingman, Daily Stagcs to Stockton Hill,
miles; to Mineral Park. 16 miles.
Via Yucca, to Signal. 40 miles.
Via Needles, Steamer to Yuma, Colorado Hir er
Accncy, Ft. Mohave, Mohave City and HardC.
ville, Arizona, and Eldorado Csnon. Nevada. ,
lo Csnon, Nevada. ,
DENNISON, I
Gen' Passenger Agttft.
w. c
F. W. SMITH,
Gen't Superintendent.
W. C. Nixon. Agent, Albuquerque, N.
Atlantic & Pacific and Sou
thern Pacific RailroadsJ
The New Southern Routje from
THE MISSOURI RIVER.
TO
Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Old
Mexico, California and Oregon,
3?&o Atchison CFopo-&-
& Santa,
Southern Division.
Arizona Expr.
Leaves.
Eastward. STA TIOXS. Wtttwari.
6 00 a.m. Ar. Kas Cy Lv 10 ?o r.M.
5 20 " Atchison P 25 "
2 05 a.m. Top'eka 12 50 A.M
1 1 25 " Emporia 4 00
7 50 " Raton 4 10 "
6 03 " Springer 5 53 "
s 45 ;; tv.VECAS a s 50
3 20 " Ar. JL 9 30
3 20 p.m. Hot Springs jto 65 "
11 35 " Glorieta 12 42 p.m.
10 30 " Lamy r 40 u
1200 " Santa Fe 300 "
9 37 " Cerrillos 2 47 "
8 55 " LvWallaceAr 3 3? "
8 15 " Ar VVallaceLv 4 15 "
630 " Albuquerque 610
600 " A.&P. Junction 7 19 4t
3 31 " Soccorro ro 31 "
225 A.M. San Marcial 115 "
1 r 23 " Rincon 3 45' a.m.
1033 " Nutt 5? "
9 40 p.m. Deming 6 26 "
Stop for meals.
Mexico line arc
tain Time."
Wm. C. Nixon,
AQENT,
Albuquerque, N. M.
Trains on New
run on "Moun-
W. F. White,
G. P. A, T. AGENT.
Topeks, Kans
The Scenic Line of America
DENVER & RIO
GRANDE RAILROAD
I
IN . ;
COLORADO, NEW MElC0:
and UTAH!-
THE
DENVER & RIO GRANGE- ;
13 THE
FAVORITE ROUTE
for passengers and freight, between-.
all the most important cities and mi
ning camps in Colorado and Utah.
Over 1,500 miles of standard and
narrow-guage, splendidly equipped
and carefully managed.
THE DENVER AND RIO GRANDE
EXPRESS is operated in connection
with the Railway, and guarantees
prompt and efficient service at reas
onable rates.
D. C. DODGE,
F. C. NIMS, Genl Manager.
Genl Passgr. and Tkt. Agt.
Denver. Calor-?
; -1 ST.",
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