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vj - t!"-- 16 JULV- 5 sir - st OFFlfciAt, COUNTY PAPER fenteWd lit the oiiMk at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL GovtP.xoR, .F. A: Tritle. Prescott. Secretary, M. H. Van Annan Presc-rtt Tei.vsceek, Thomas J. Be tier,.... Prescott. Sopt. Public Ikstec'jj, R. L Long, Globe. Auditor, E. P, Clark, Prescott. Attobsey Gekeeal, Clark Churchill, Prescott. SUPREME COURT. Suxkeb Howaed Chief Justice, Prescott Daniel H. Pensey, Associate Phenix. W. F. Fitzgerald, Associate Tucson. . TJ. S. Distmct Attorney, J. A. Zabriskle, Tucson U. S. ilAZSHAL...-. 2. L. Tidball,.... Tucson COUNTY OFFICIAXS. 1 n. Hunlnr. I Ernest Tee. BOARD OF lUriBYlBOKa, S. n rn.rrt ' fw.B.: f T. 9. Bunch. Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held first Monday In January, April, July and October. Sheriff, J. L. Hubbell' Probate Judoe, E.C. Bunch' Treasures, Dionicio Baca- District Attorney, C. L. Gutterson' Recorder, Alfred Ruiz Judge of the District Court, Sumner Howard' Judge or the County Court W. M. Rudd. Clerk or Court. , .Alfred Ruiz. Terms of the District Court; first Mondays in February and August. POST OFFICE, E. S. STOVER, P. M. Office hours: Open rom 9 a. m. until 4 r. st. On Sundays from 1 to 2 T. x. Mall closes going cast at 11 a. if. St. Johns, Thursday, July 16. LOCAL NEWS. !E. F. Pewratle, of Manuelito, is in "town the guest of Mrv Lopez. Bishop 1. K. Udell will also have business before Judge Howard. Ch&s. KlHHear, the old-timer, is in town making everybody cheerful about him. I. JT. ClantoK looms up from Springerville. He can be found at the Darlington. Joseph Croly, of the firm of CroBby, Tatterson & Co., is out of town for a few'days. EraeMt Tee, Supervisor of Apache county is also at Prescott, witness before the District Court. IVelll 1$. Field, the eminent attor ney from the gem city was invtown yes "terday on professional business. Captain John X. IXogruc is squaring up this portion of the public domain setting stakes for actual set tlers. Ferfecto Armljo, late Sheriff of Bernalillo county, and Edward Spitz, merchant of Albuquerque, mado a short stop at the county seat yesterday. Spi'lngorrllle has contributed some of her best during the past week. Salzttmn, Kinnear, and Clanton form ing the central flowers in the boquet. Alfred Ruiz, County Recorder, is aow at Prescott, summoned by the TJ. B. Court as witness in perjury cases. Will be absent 'till about the 23d of July: Ciias. F. ISxrotn. arrived on Tues day morning from El Paso coming so quickly from the great heat of that beautiful town, he feels that an over coat would not be uncomfortable. John Quigrley, from Navajo Springs and. all the region around about the southern portion of Apache county, has been taking photographic views of our principal places of entertainment for three days. "Shorty" knows how to enjoy himself as a rational human. Fell Into line that leads to Pres cott and the United States District Court. Yesterday the recruits to the innumerable host were Harry Silver and Sol Barth. St. Johns will be rep resented by all classes, all trades, all sexes and all shades ; all styles of beau ty, all ages, all virtues and most all the vices. Handle our people gently ye Prescottites, some of them have dyna mite in their trousers.. In the case of Stabb & Co., mer chant's of Albuquerque, against Sol Barth, of this town, a writ of attach ment was obtained in the District Court yesterday by Stabb & Co., against the property of Sol. Barth. Upon the pre sentation of the writ to Sheriff Hubbell for service, he required that Stabb & Co. should furnish satisfactory bonds, sufficient to justify him in making a levy upon personal property. The plaintiffs offered the names of residents of New Mexico, niioni the sheriff declined to receive, and as they were not prepared with acceptable security (citizens of Apache county, Arizona) no attachment was made. The Sheriff Was willing to accept the offer of Mr. Spitz, of the firm of Stabb & Co., to deposit $5000 in the Prescott bank as security, if Mr. Spitz would indicate the goods he xant ed attached. Mr. Spitz Withdrew from his proposition to make the deposit and exhibited too much fear of Mr. Barth's pistol to go near the store building wheretthe goods were stored. The facts are that Sol Barth had no interest in the ,i (hat Spitz wished to attach, jand the kr.ev.- it; to protect him self juxi bond; men, he insisted on such security iio:u citizens' of the .soisaly aswoald. amply cover his liabil- A -wild cat and a green dog are two natural curiosities that have been secured by A. Pechner at his hiuseum on Commercial street, during the past week. Single observations of these specimens fifteen cents ; two looks for a quarter. Gin and milk free to sight seers. Got. E. G. Robs, of New Mexico, is receiving from the people abundant testimonials of their appreciation of his appointment. We are glad to. notice the evidence of the wisdom of President Cleveland to the statements of the Gov ernor's friends. We notice that the Governor and his family were recently royally entertained by ms eminence the venerable Archbishop Lamy of Santa Fe. C. O. Havre, General Superintend ent of the Wabash Cattle Company, whose headquarters are at the Salt Lakes on the Navajo road, was in town yesterday acting as escort to Judge Bald win, of Indiana, who is largely interest ed in the Wabash Company's enterprise. The Judge is making his first visit to Ar izona, and he is charmed with the climate and satisfied with the prosperous out look of the Company. "Saving at the spigot and letting go at the bunghole." This order to take effect August 1st, 1885. That is the language of the Ex ecutive officer of the post office depart ment in the reduction of the mail ser vice or route No. 40,155 to three times a week. The service on this route is now six times a week, and is really less than the importance of the business on the line requires. The two prominent points supplied by this route are Spring erville and St. Johns in Apache count", Arizona; Springerville is the depot for supplies for a large area of country south and west of its immediate lo cation. The region is filled with culti vators of small farms and proprietors of a great number of small herds of cat tle and sheep. It contains several large business houseB and has a solid popu lation of about 1200 people. The facil ities of the U. S. mail is the only means of communication with the business centers possessed by the inhabitants of this quiet industrial locality. St. Johns the county seat of Apache county, on the Colorado Chiquito, is lo cated on this route 50 miles south of Navajo, a station on the A. & P. rail Toad,population about 2,300 and contains school houses, churches, warehouses) stores,elegant private residences, hotels, court house and iail.. shops for all classes of artizans, in wood, iron and leather, boarding and lodging houses, saloons for entertainment and in fact everything denoting the habitation of a thriving and industrious people. It is the headquarters for a large number of teamsters whose constant industry assists in contributing an animated ap pearance to the town. The regular and special sessions of the District court of Apache county are held here, and the newly created County court having con current jurisdiction with the District court in all civil and criminal cases, is always in session. Our merchants car ry large and valuable stocks of goods, and are live men in commerce. Our school houses are well attended during the sessions, and public matters both lo cal and national receive their due share of the people's consideration. St. Johns has two newspapers, each pub lished weekly, that make things lively in affairs of church and state. Like Springerville, St. Johns is" without any communication with the outside world other than the United States mails, which have come regular six times weekly from Navajo on the A, & P. rail road. Probably no less than eight thousand people are living within the sources of supply of route 40,155, per haps the number will exceed these fig ures. In a county so wide spread ques tions of great interest, of no mean im portance, not only to Apache county, but to the territory at large are constant ly arising that require immediate adju -dication. Who can estimate tho damage liable at any time to occur by this in frequent mail service. Witnesses from a distance are liable to reach Navajo too late to take advantage of the departure of the courier ; papers arejdelayed from 24 to 48 hours at the post office ; courts are annoyed, contestants have entailed upon them unnecessary expense, justice is obstructed, commerce is killed and all the people outraged. If there is a single hundred miles on the postal map of the United States Mail .Routes that requires 7 times a week mail, it is No. 40,155. Suppose it don't fully reim burse the government in dollars and cents ; that the income is not as great as the expense to maintain a daily ser vice that is not a question to be con sidered. Does the public service re quire a daily mail? The people of Apache county say that it does. Many dollars will be forced from the pockets of the people when this service shall be cut down, where but few would be ex pended by the government in maintain ing it to a full daily. If no service is to be maintained except that which is re munerative, let it be so understood and made general. We hope the depart ment will reconsider their action in this matter and publish the orders at once." The sub-contractor, W. W. Wall, has just refitted his line wfth new stock, new buckboards and placed it onafoot ing with the best maintained line in the territory for the service required, and to him . especially the. order makes great l09S; JULY MEETING- Of- the Board, of Suriervlsors of Apache Couiity. Board met July 6th, 18So. Present : full Board. Maria Belinwas allowed $1.35 per day for keeping Fritz Jeffre. Petition was denied asking the re moval of Chas. Beggs as Road Overseer. Resignation of Max Salzman as Jus tice of the Peace of Springerville pre cinct was accepted. Board adjourned until July 7th, 1885, at 9 oclock a. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment. J. L. Hubbell, Sheriff, proceeded to settle, which showed he had received $7,943.53, and had Treasurers' receipts for $7,943.53. C. L. Gutterson,. District Attorney, submitted a report in relation to the suit pending in the District Court in which Luther Martin et: al. are plain tiffs, and D. G. Haryey et. al. are de fendants, showing that he, as District Attorney, had received on said suit from the defendants $962.90, leaving balance due of $237.10. fr The following parties were allowed the amounts set opposite their names : Sol. Barth was allowed 1330.50 C. C. Bunch, Probate Judge 125.00 Mrs. W. A. Dutton 20.00 B. P. M. Blake 25.00. A. L, Bancroft & Co 107.75 B. F. M. Blake 40.00 Theodore Chavez 19.50 Thos. Perez was allowed 81.50 The Board then adjourned until Wed nesday morning at 9 oclock. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Serafin Apodaca, submits a report of the poll tax and property tax collected by him as Assessor which show he had collected on : Property tax $590.49 Treasurers' receipts 590.49 Poll tax, 141 Polls 282.00 Treasurers' receipts , 282.00.. Serafin Apodaca allowed for Assessor's salary 00,00 For fees In collecting 18,50 W. M. Rudd was allowed 7.50 O.C. Felton 28.50 T J, McCormack, board of prisoners 123.18 Alfred Ruiz, salary for Recorder 79.43 C .L. Gutterson, Dlst. Atty 370 00 Henry Reed, for printing . . , SS 00 John Johnson, Constables fees 44 00 Crosby, Patterson & Co., for clock and chuirs 45.05 E. Carr Blasingame, D. C. fees 102.00 Rafial Romero.constable 104.70 C. L. Gutterson, District Attorney 750.00 F. A. Hubbell, Interpreter 45.00 Wm. T. Dalby, M. D 150.00 Henry Reed, printing 33.60 W. M. Rudd, Magistrate 148.00 N. M. Broadway 37.50 J. L. Hubbell 358.05 Iluning & Cooley.for building bridge and road work 1040.00 Joseph Sponsler, road work 105.00 Sol Barth, jury and witness certificates. . '304.00 Alex Petehncr 20.00 Henry Huning 00.90 Board adjourned until Jul' 9th at 9 a. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment and proceeded to audit the following claims : Becker Bros, for- Jury and witness cert'fs $90.S0 Albert Miller, do . 74.00 C. L. Gutterson, do -. 14.00 Alfred Ruiz, do : 22.80 James E. Porter, do 40.00 John McNeil, witness certificate 37.00 Mary Ann McNeil, do 37.00 P. M. Zuck, jury certificates '. . 34,00 John Hauirgihousen, do 26,00 Willard Farr, do 2.00 Joel White 42.00 J. II. Frisby 22.00 W. B. Leonard, jury and witness cert'fs. . 632.40 Alfred Ruiz was granted leave of ab sence to attend the U. S. Court at Pres cott. P. II. Snow was appointed Road Overseer of Springerville road district. P. M. Badilla was relieved of his du ties as an Overseer of the Poor. W. M. Rudd was allowed as salary as County Judge $375 T. S. Bunch, salary as clerk of B. of S 125 Alfred Ruiz, clerk County Court 325 Dionicio Baca, County Treasurer, was allowed $12 per month for office rent. W. L. Vmal was appointed County Surveyor to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of J. E. Torter. The time was extended until the next meeting of the Board for J. E. Porter to make report of surveys on roads. P. M. Badilla was allowed $25 for Overseeing the Poor. The contract was extended until Jan uary 8th withDr, W. T. Dalby, for doc toring the indigent sick. C. O. Howe was allowed $41.50. Dionicio Baca was allowed $600.00 the amount due on salary. The Board adjourned until July 10th at 10 o'clock. July 10th at 10 o'clock, the Board met pursuant to adjournment. Henry Huning, allowed mileage and per dlamas memberof B. of S .. $80.00 Ernest Tee, member B. of S 71.00 W. B. Leonard, do 70.40 Rafial Romero, allowed as constable fees 138.00 Colomo & Co. jury and witness cert'fs 153.80 Board took a recess until S o'clock p. m., July 10, 1885. Board met J uty 10th at 8 o'clock, .pm. Present Huning and Tee ; absent Leon ard. The Board ordered that the' District Attorney bring suit against J. L. Hub bell, Sheriff, for malfeasance in office, for failing to serve bench warrants and subpoenas in criminal cases, and for absenting himself from his duties with out leaving competent deputies in his office. The Board adjournd until July 11th, 1885, at 9 o'clock, a. m. July 11th, 1885, 9 o'clock a. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment. The Board took a recess until 3 o'clock p. m. 3 o'clock p.m. Board met at stated time. Present Huning, Tee and Leon ard, when the following proceedings were had : Charles Beggs was awarded the con tract for preparing the old jail for an office for the Board of Supervisors. T. S. Bunch was allowed $10 for post age for county business. The Board then adjourned until July 31st, 1885. About lifteen Mormons left by wagon road, a few days ago for Prescott. to be preseat at the District Gourt.- Tlie luxurious capitalist, Scott Moore, came in town on Wednesday last. Mr. Moore upon being asked to what fortunate circumstance we were indebted ior the sight of his beatific countenance, replied, that he left New Mexico to get out of the wet. We were satisfied. Walter arlinsr, he that keeps shop along side the deep hole on Com mercial street, has been trying to freeze out his cash customers by the appli cation of a superabundance of aqueous crystals to their "eternal and ever lasting innards." One more week will determine his success or failure. Both parties are holding out well. A. letter received in this town from George Bagnall. of Show Low, states that his two houses were burned at that place on the night of the fourth ot J uly. Mr. Bagnall was on the way home from St. Johns at the time of the fire, and supposes it was done by incendiaries to cover up the theft of his personal prop erty. The Territorial Bonds to be is sued to the Apache county road board are in the hands of the printer, and will be issued as soon as they are prepared. It is comforting to know that nothwith standing some person or persons in town solely from personal spite1, put forth vigorous effortB to make this appropri ation of twelve thousand dollars for the improvement of roads and bridges in the county of no avail, but thanks to the good judgment of those in authority the bonds will be issued, and the board will push the improvement with all haste consistent with the work to be done. NOTICES. To all whom it may concern: My wife Matilda Bagnall having, left my. bed and board, JL warn all persons not to trust her on my account, as I will pay no bills of her contracting. George Bagnall. Notice is herebv given that I have ap pointed Francisco Baca Deputy Treas urer of Apache Countv with full power to perform the duties of said office. St. Johns, Ariz. Dionicio Baca, . June 25, 1885. Treasurer. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors, of Apache County, will meet Friday, July JOth, 1885, at 10 o'clock a. m..as a Board of Equalization. All persons having complaints to pre sent to the Board, in consequence of their assessment for the year 1885, will appear and present the same at said time. T. S. Bunch, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. St. Johns, June 6th, 1885. The partnership heretofore existing in the general merchandise business in St. Johns, Arizona, between liosaho Colomo and Serafin Apodaca, under the firm name and style of Colomo & Co. (Colomo y Co.,) is this day dissolved. Serafin Apodaca will pav all debts, and collect all money due said firm, and as sumes an liabilities ot tne late nrm. Business will be continued at the old stand by Serafin Apodaca, under the name of Colomo &Co. Bosalio Colomo, Serakin Apodaca. FOR CASH ONLY! TWO DRINKS FOR A QUARTER SPECIAL NOTICE! The St. Johns Billiard Parlor will sell on and after this date All Drinks .A.T .A. BIT EACH. A. PECHNER, Proprietor Stock Exchange Hotel, ST: JOHNS, - - - ARIZONA ROMAN LOPEZ,: ?- . Proprietor.. Every accomodation for trav eling Secure corrals, warm stables hay arid grain. LEWIS LYlCH DEALER IN Groceries and General MERCHANDISE. Navajo Station, A. & P. R. R. Hay,grain and stabling for ac commodation of travelers Stage leaves the house daily (except SundayJ 6 p. m. for St. Johns and Springerville: . : MONARCH Billiard Saloon, 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 stock of Fine "Wines, Whiskies, Beer, Cigars, Etc., ALSO Artistically Compounded. For the benefit of our Patrons we have connected with our Saloon well kept corrals. Hay, CrrainStabliiig Furnished for those desiring such accomodations. ST- j-ozECisrs Billiard Parlor :AND SALOO N Alexander Pechner Prop. Choice Brands of WHISKIES, WINES, BITTERS, AND FINE SELECTION OF CI GARS Constantly kept on hnnd In connection with the abovo he has a FEED YARD Where travelers can feel assured that there stock is properly cared for NEW Billiard Parlor, SPRINGERVILLE, ARIZONA. Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES, IMPORTED BRANDIES, Foreign and Domestic BEER, and HAVANA C X 5r 2 35. gGm'Wc offer a place, to those so inclined, to spend a pleasant even ing. Corne drink and be merry. In connection with the above he has a FIRST-CLASS PEED IT-A-IRID Where travelers can feel assured that their stock is properly ca'feci" for 1 CHARLEY KINNEAR, Proprietor. L AiTD "NOTICES. NOTICE FOR rUBLICATIQNj t Land Office xt PBEseoTT.Aiiir. -.. , vv JQlj-llth,lSS5. . Notice is fierebv given that tHe following-named settlerhas fileq natice-of his Intension to mako final proof in. support-Toi-his claim, and that ?aid proof will be made toefpfe.thij Glexk oftheDistrict Court of Apache county, at St.Johhft, Apache county, Afizoria-Territoryi on- .the 11th day of August. 1885, viz; Runion C. Kinder,' of Show. Low. Apache county Ariabha.. territory, for his Homestead Application. No. 03, for the east i of the horthurcst aa the.southwest M of the northweB.t of. section No. twenty-six (26), and the southeast of the southwest of section No. twenty-three (23), antownship number nine (9), north of range number twenty two (22) east. lie names the following .YCitnesses to-provebla. continuous residence npon. and cultivation of, saidland.viz : William Morgan; James Sponsion James Scott and Robert Scott, all of Show Low, Apache County, Arizona" 'Territory. : 25-5t Thomas Wing, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Pbescott, Abiz.- July 9th. 1S85. Notice is hereby given that the following-, named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in -support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court of A,pacho County, at St. Johns Apache County -Arizona Territory, on the- Uth day of August,18S5, viz: William Morgan, of Show Low, Apache Co&nty.Ariona7fo'ri)is Homestead Application No 316, for the .east 1 of the. north? east lA of Section No. sixteen (16) arid the north K of the south-east of. Section N,o,-ninc (9) in. Township No. nine (9) North of Range No. twenty-three (23) cast. ., v He names the following witnesses to prove his. continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Joseph Sponsler, R. Os Kinder, Robert Scott and James Scott, all of Show Low, Apache Coupty, Arizona: . july9-5t. Thomas Wing, Register." NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Pbkscott. -ABif. July 2nd, 1885. . Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of 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 of August, 1885,. viz: Jlason E, Crossan, df Sprin gerville. Apache county, Arizona Territorv, for his Declaratory Statement No. 15?3. for the frac tional south 4 of the south-west of Section No. two (2) in Township No. six (6) north of Range No. thirty-one (31) east. . . , He names the following wittiesscs to prove his continuous residence upon and. cultivation of said land, viz: Robert Morrison",, John ilorfisorir Morton Crossan and.,Henry Broadwise, all of Springerville, Apache CQuhtt.Jirlzbiia. jun25-5t. Thomas Wing, .Register.' Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD Judicial District, Territory Ot Arizona,' County of pchev' , W. R. Robins, Plaintiff, ) : . -. vs. Summons Noi 73.' John Eaton, Defendant! Action brought in the District, Court pf tho Third Judicial District, in and for the County of Apache, Territory of Arizona. Territory of Arizona sends greetings to John Eaton, lou 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 Arfi zona, and answer the complaint filed with th Clerk of this Court, at St. Johns, in ,said County, (a copy- of which complaint accom panies tlus summons,) .wjth'in twenty.days (ex- elusive of the day of service) after the sejvico upon you of this summons, If sorted in this County; but If served out of the Cb'unty, and within.thls District, then, within thirty days, In all other cases forty days. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer thecoraplaintdsdbove quired, the plaintiff will take Judgment against you for tho .sum of Eleven .Hundred- and Twcnty-thrue and 8S-10 Dollars and, costs and disbursements-in this behalf expended. t Given under my hand, arid the seal of said District Court, this 1st day of upriI.A D. 188S. i sf.ak. y Alpbed Ruiz, Clcrki May7-10t . FOB SALE. Choice City Lots, improved or unim proved, in the thriving town of Holbrook. oirthe line of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, Terms easy. For further in formation inquire of, or address O P Chaffee, Agt., fo-6m Holbrook Arir.- $250 RETVAKL. APACHE COUNTY STOfik GROWERS A'SSd CiATION. OFFERS ar.eward.of Two Hundred' and Fifty. Dollars for the arrest and conviction, or in formation leading to the arrest and conviction of any person stealing or driving awav cattle horses or mules, the-pioperty of members of this association. HENRY SMITH. President. association. .ti.E.rmi s; M. H. WELLS, Secretary, Salt Lakes, via Navaio Spri ,SpringcrvUIc. ings. ml9-tf. THE ST. JOHNS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATPN; are now offering for sale their Magnificent Gar den and Farmiug Land, along the line of tho Irrigating canal, from which an abundance of. water can at all times be supplied for all 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 divfsidns are in forty-acre plots. Sv Parties desiring to Secure pleasant homes in the finest country and climate In alt the SotfthVwcst, wiU apply for terms and furrher particulars to - , ANTONIO GONZALES St, Johns, Arizona THE EEKLT Globe-Democrat TEN PAGES. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR: l-he 'Largest and- I?es1? 'Weekly. Newspaper iii the' World GLOBE PRlNTtNR Gfi .-Jl 7' ."'it" 11' 1 . 3r".-.