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ST. JOHNS HERALD.
Published every Thursday. J3Y TIIE APACHE COUNTY FUBLISIJIXG CO. Incorporated April 27tli, 1887. d. F. VALLACE, MANAGER. ATrn-' n o atc ci- One inch, one Month, .-. J2.00 j t one Year ,..,20,00 One-quarter Column, one Month 5.00 ' . . " one Year, 50.00 Ode.half Column.one Month 10.0G " ' one "Year, t.,t. 100.00 - One Column, one 3Iouth, 20.00 " . one Year. !.,...200.00 -Local notices will be inserted at twenty cents ,a unc nrsi insertion ana ten cents a line eacn subsequent insertion. ' Legal notices will be inserted at J2.00 a square (ten lines of this typolfor tho first insertion and fl.00 a sanare for each subsequent insertion. Stock D rands will be InFcrtcd onehrand on cut. one year. ?10; each additional brand on cut. same owner, 5; each additional brand or character, bar or connected letters, requiring engraved block, one year, fi. All communications should be addressed to The IIeeai.d, -St. Johns. A. T. Subscription $i.QD per year, in advance. J3t.Joh.ii8, Thursday, September 1. Yavapai hfls levied a tax of $3,25 on the hundred. It is said that Austria has agents in NowJfexico buying up horses for her cavalrv service. The AtchisOn, Topel?a and Santa Fe railroad has reduced the freight rate on cattle to Kansas City. $1"7,"5Q a car. kQjHB valuation of cattle as fixed by the Territorial Board of Equal- JZU.UOU Ul lOW IU.UJ;iCU, lb PX6 JJUf . i r XT Ttr : d?-in v bead. Goy Bartlett, of California, bad a strode of paralysis a sbort .time since and is not expected to live. In the event of his death be will bo succeeded by Lieutenant Governor "Waterman, who is a He publican. Dr. Chandler, the Territorial Vet erinary Surgeon, says the Hoof and Horn, reports that he is in receipt of many letters from the Live Stock Commissioners of Illinois, Texas and other States expressing an earn est desire on their part to. have the Arizona quarantine raised in order that cattle from their locolities may be brought in. There is but little prospoot, however, that any excep tion will be made in favor of any section, News comes from Austin, Texas, that Dick Stewart, cousin of Major Joe8tewart, of that place, has been incarcerated in a dungeon at Ojen ija, Mexico, upon on improvised charge of fraud, for which ho has been kepUn prison for four months without being able till now to com municate with bis friends in the States. Mr. Stewart, who has large property interests in Chihuahua, where he has lived for several 3ears, claims that he is imprisoned for as serting his rights, alluding proba bly to bis rights of property. He js a nephew of Judge Stewart, of Galveston, and brother of Mr. Solon Stewart, Assistant United States Attorney for Texas. Mr. Pels, the agent of tho Max well grant of New Mexico, met with rather a rough rooeption a short time since at Vermejo Park, Colfax county. He and Mr. Dawson vis ited that locality for the purpose of trying to arrange a basis of settle ment with the settlers. Some fif teen of them met Messrs. Pels and Dawson arid informed them that they had been living for a number of j'ears 'on the land, and thatther would not leave it until ordered to do so by the President of the United States, to whom they had written ; that Mr. Pels must give up can vassing in the Vermejo Park, and get away at once, never to return, or his "blood would be on bis own bands,5 A Washington dispatch of the 27th ult., says : In order to give ef fect to the recent decision of the Secretary of the Interior in the matter of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Company indemnity lands a letter has been addressed by act ing commissioner Stockslager to the Register and Receiver at Pres cott, Arizona, ordering them to r store to the public domain and open to settlement, under the gene ral land laws in their district here tofore withdrawn for indemnity purposes, under the grant of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Com pany, by the act of July 27, 1SS6. except such laud as ma' be selec tions approved by the Commission er of the General Land Office, and the Secrctarof'.tbe Interior. As to hinds covered. by. unapproved selections, applications to make filings and entries thereon maybe Received, noted and he.ld subject to the claim of the company, of which claim the applicant must be dis tinctly informed, The reduction of nearly 150,000 in the total assessed valuation of the property of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company in this counfy, exclusive of land, by the Territorial Board of Equalization, is a matter of no small interest to our county, and cannot be less so to the other'counties involved. As now assessed this railway company is taxed at the rate of $7,000 jper mile, and this inoludes everything except their right of way and land. A glance over the report of the United States Railroad Commis sioner will show this road cost, less its depot buildings, hotels, round houses, station and section houses, steam pumps and water tanks, etc., in the neighborhood of $20,000 per mile making a total cost includ ing the improvements of certainly not less than 21,000 per milt-. Thus it will be seen that this cor poration is 'taxed upon only one third of its real valuation. If other tax-payers and property-holders of our county were looked upon with a like favored eye, and taxed upon only one-third of their property, as is' this munificent and deserving railroad company, our county treas ury would be in a sorrowful condi tion, or the rate of taxation would have to be fixjjd at ten cents on the dollar, making an advance in the rate in a like ratio with the decline in assessed valuation. A given amount of money must each year be exacted of the people in the shape, of taxation, for the maintenance of the county and ter ritorial governments, the less the assessed valuation, the greater the rate of taxation. With this prop erly before the people, the)' cannot but see that the assessing of one third of the real valuation of tliQ Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Com pany, means to saddle upon the people of the county the other two thirds of this company's property. The pleas of those laboring and struggling under the heavy yoke of taxation should be given every con sistent consideration There is nothing so oppressive as extortion ate taxation, and there is nothing more deserving in the calls for mer cy. 45Ut it does not seem to Apacne county that this railroad company is very heavily burdened with tax ation. Its royal magnates claim that it is exempt from taxation, and by virtue of this hypothesis refuse emphaticalty to pay any taxes. Wherein then are they de serving any consideration? Why be so generous as to assess this Company for only one-third of its property, when they refuse to pay any taxes at all? and why are non tax-payers more deserving than ac tual tax-payers? In a matter of taxation, what has the.Company to complain of by being assessed too high or too low, or from any other cause when it pays no taxes at all? We cannot see why this railroad company should have any griev ance, or have anything to complain of. until it becomes, as it should be now, a tax payer ; nor do we think it is entitled to an3r consideration until it pajrs its taxes as all other property holders do. The Critio takes the press of Ya vapai and this county to task for saying 'there is a gang of rustlers operating near- the line, and com mitting depredations in both. Rather takes up the cudgel in de fence of Andy Cooper, of whom the Herald, gave a short account a few weeks since. It was one of the Critic's neighbors who was our in formant, antl we bave been told since that this same Andy Cooner knew, before the gentleman got here, that be was coining, and his business in visiting the county seat. In fact, that the rustlers," by some means, were made acquainted with every step taken, either by the legal authorities or hy private citizens, for their capture or any efforts look ing to that end. Hence the reluc tance of private parties in inform ing on them? or doing anything to incur their ill-will. Such attempts alwaj's bringing swift and severe punishment on those so offending. "Mr. Cooper," the man whom the Critic steps out of the way to de fend, we are informed belongs to the family known in this section by the name of Blevins. The father "old man Blevins" was recently found dead, and we are told owned 640 acres of as good land as can be found in Texas ; on which he could have lived comfortably and made money. But such a life was not to his taste. He preferred one of excitement and adventure, so rented his farm, came to Arizona and organized this band of rustlers about which so much has been said and written. Ho has some six or seven sons, and all are "chips of the old block.'' And7 Cooper, alias -Blevins, h.owever, appears to have taken the lead, and is more auda cious than any of the others. From all we can learn, this "Mr, Cooper" has killed in pure wan tonness without cause or provo cation more than one 'Navajo In dian. This "Mr. Cooper" was seen by more than one reliable witness, driving along the public highway in broad daylight, from 75 to 100 head of horses, he had stolen from the Navajoes. From description, this same "Mr. Cooper" is the man who gold the horses in Phoenix, that James Flake, and some others from about Snowflake recovered a short time since. It was this same "Mr. Cooper" that told a gentleman of this county to his face that he had lain in wait for him for two or three weeks for the purpose of kill ing him. It is strongly suspected that a brother of this same "Mr, Cooper" is the murderer of Samuel S." Shull, of Verde Valley, and a sheep herder, who was found dead some two or three months ago in Yavapai county. Sheriff Owens may have stepped up to this "Mr. Cooper" and greeted him cordially. May have assured "Mr. Cooper and the brstanders that he had no warrant for his ar rest, and if there was one in exist ence he was ignorant on the sub ject." The records, however, tell a different story vfVe find that a war rant was issued for the arrest of this "Mr. Cooper" from the County Gourt of Apache on the 26th day March, 18S6, and that Mr. Owens received the warrant from bis pred ecessor in office, and sent it to Tay lor for the purpose of having it served. How a newspaper can defend or apologize for such a man as this "Mr, Cooper" is known to be, is more than we can make out. Our ideas of the objects and aims of all newspapers have been exactly the opposite. We have thought it their duty to decry and hold up to pub lic scorn, all thieves and murderers. It appears that Apache county is not the only place that is cursed with straw bondsmen men who will go before a committing magis trate and swear to being worth so much money, over and above all liabilities, whenjthey know that by no process of law, can a single farthing be collected from them. It would be one of the greatest boons that could be conferred on our peo ple, if a similar lesson to that which is described below could be taught some in Apache county. We call the attention of our District Attorney and Judge Wright to the following, which we clip from the San Francisco Examiner : Judge Murphy passed sentence yesterday on the straw-bondsmen recently convicted. The courtroom was crowded with interested citi zens, who listened carefully to the remarks of the Judge. "I haye anxiously looked at every side of this question," he said, "in order to come to a just decision. I believe this is the first case where conviction has followed parties in a case of this kind. " A. K. Meyers, one of the defendants, is a man of mature years, who has never before been guilty , of a crime, and has helped to build up the State, and I intend to give him the full benefit of his previous good character. It is one of the regrets of life and one of the sad commentaries on human nature that such a man in his de clining years should be at the bar of justice and have to spend seve ral years of the latter part of his life in the State Prison. "But, while being as lenient, as possible," I cannot shut my eyes to the fact that there is a class of people in this community who make it a business to perpetrate these gross frauds upon the pub lic for the sake of a few dollars. While acting as District Attorney in this oourt, and from other sources, I discovered that the people of this State have been swindled out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by this practice of giving straw bail, and I purpose stopping it to the full extent of my power. "There is also a class of persons who by some means have obtained licenses to practice law, and not only encourage these crimes, but are directly instrumental in indu cing people to commit these perju ries and perpetrate these offenses. I only regret that one of these is not before me, as he would get the full penalty of the law. No greater wrong could be done to the body politic, no more heinous crime could be committed than that a man who is authorized to practice law and swears to maintain its in tegrity, should sanction and assist such infamous acts. "Fearing that I might, in my present state of mind, do some in justice to the defendant, I have consulted with some of my brother Judges, and ascertained their views as to a propor judgment, and that which I now pronounce, I consider just, and should be satisfactory to all parties, A. K- Myers, you are sentenced to seven years in San Quontin " Before passing sentence on W. C, Morrison, the lattor, in a broken voice and with tears in his eyes, implored the Court to give him a light sentence. He had worked hard and steadily during the past eight years, and helped to maintain his poor old parents, who were well known to the Judge. He hoped he should not be sent from them for a long period. Judge Murphy replied : "I have carefully woighed all these matters previously, and think if you had thought of your aged parents when you committed the offenses you might have stopped before it was too late. Besides, this is not one solitary instance. Both you and Meyers not only commenced this practice, but continued it several times, and evidently intended to become professional bondsmen, or I should not pronounce heavy sen tences either on him or you. If you had stopp-jd it would be differ ent, but 3'ou determined to sink deeper into this business. In conn sideration of j'our previous: good character and your having pleaded guilty to the charge, the sentence of the Court will be lighter in your case." Morrison was then sentenced to six years in San Quentin. Redemption of Warrants. Notice is hereby given that I am ready to redeem" any and all Contingent Fund Warrants of Apache County, presented for payment prior to December 1, 1886. J, T. LESUEUlt, Treasurer Apache Co., Ariz. St. Johns, Sept. 1, 1887. Proposals for Bridges. Sealed bids will be received and con sidered by the Board of Wagon Koad Commissioners of Apache county, Ari zona, at the court house of said county, on th? 5th day of September 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the building of a pub lic bridge across the Little Colorado liiver, on the Holbrookand Fort Apache road, at what is known as "the cross ing," three miles south of Woodruff, and also a public bridge across Silver Creek, on the Holbrook and Fart Apache road at Snowflake. A proper bond for the execution of the contract will be exacted from the person to whom it is let. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. higned ?tt St. Johns, Arizona, July 16, 18S7 F. A. HUBBELL, C. O. HOWE, PEDRO MONTANO, Board of Wagon Road Commissioners of Apache County, Arizona. jy21 td ELICTEIC Only Perfect BELT everinvent'di Body ttattery Best Madhj .Chronic Die eases of both BEXXSOarad QivesanElec trio'Ourrent withorwrrn- bTrr."A(HDS. KIECTBIC OUSPKHSOBY Efliflh. 1H7fi Rani fnr WithnnfMd?MiM FREE with CTerr Belt- Address. MAGNETIC ELASTICTPirie on Free Pamphlet No A S04 KOB.TH SIXTH STREET. ST. XOTTIft -fife) 7Q4 SAOTMBNTO BT BAN FRAifClBOQ CAT. LAND HQTICTES. NOTICE FOR PUBIJCATION.J Land Office at Prescott. Ariz. August i-5tb, 1887. 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 Judge, or in his absence the Clerk of tho Di triet Court of Apnche Countv, Arizona Territory, at St. Johns. Arizona, September 30th, 1SS7. viz: Antonio Gonzales, of St. Johns, Arizona Terri tory, for the pre-emption entry. No. 1799, for the southwest of the northeast K. Section No. 20, Township No. 13 north, range No. 31 east, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Jose Jaramillo, Rafael Gonzales, Teolilo Duran, Jore Garcia, all of St. Johns. Apache county, Arizona Territory. E. BURGESS, aug25 fit Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Officf. at Prescotx A.uzona, August 423th, 1SS7. Notice is hereby given that tjie following named settlor has tiled notice of his inlcntiou to make final proof in support of his t-hdra, and that said proof will be made before the Judge, or in his absence t:ie Clerk of the District Oourt, at St.J ohns, Ai-a. he county, Arizona Territory, on September 30th, 1867, viz: Bcnigno Lopez, Apache county, Arizona Territory, Homestead Entry, No. 253 for the north $ oi the northeast M and east y, of northwest quarter, Seciion'J6, Township 14 north. Range 20 east. He names the following witucsses to prove his continuous residence uj-on and cultivation of. said land, U: Severo Griegb, Aristeo Barela, 1 eotilo Sena, Ramon Vigil, all of St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona Territory. E. BURGESS. au256t Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Prescott, Ariz. August 25th, 18S7. N6tlce 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 pruoi will be made before the Judge, or in his abs- ncetheClvrk of the District Court, at St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona Territory, on September 80th, 1887, viz: Faustin Lopez, ot Apache County, Arizona, for his Pre-emption Entry, No. 1275, for the south U of southwest lj of Section 24, 'lawiiship 14 north, t ange 26eas'r. He names the following witnesses to prove the continuous residence upon and use of, said land, as a townsite, viz: Severo Greigo, Aristeo Barela, Teofilo Sena and Roman Vigil, all of Stj Johns, Apache County, Arizona. E, BUNG ESS, au25 6t Register. NOTICE KQB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Prescott. Ar'z. August l5.h, 18S7. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the ludge, or in his absence the Clerk of the District Court of Apache comity, Arizona Territory, at St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona, on- September 30th, 1837, viz: Roman Lopez, of Apache county, Ari zona Territory, for his Homestead Entry, No. 237, for the north of the northeast J$ and the north i of the northwest M, Section 26, Town ship 14 north, Range 20 east. He names the following witnesses, to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vix: Severo Griego, Aristeo Bare la, Teofilo Sena and Roman Vigil, all of St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona Territory. E, BURGESS, au25 6t Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. L.AXD Office at Prescott, Ariz., August 25, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of hla intention to make final proof in support of hts ciaim. and that said proof will be made before the Judge, or in his absence the Clerk of the District Court at St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona Territory, on October 1st. 1SS7. viz: Moroni II. Martineau, of Springervil e, Apache County, Arizona Ter ritory, for the east A of the southwest H of Section No. 21 Township No. 8 north, Range No. fcieast. r He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: E C Bunch, S S Wiltbank, W w Eagar, 1 S Eagar, all of SpringervHle, Apache County, Arizona Territory. au25-0t E. BURGESS, Register. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. gM. SANFORD. ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW , PRESCOTT, A. T. Gives attention to business in Apache county. ap2S ly 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office corner Commercial and Spriugerville sts. ST. JOHNS, ARIZONA. Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory M. SUUD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SPRINGERVILLE, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZ Will practice in the Co nty and District Court oi Apacne uounty. J)R. WM. T. DALBY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. St. Jolt us, Arizona. Territory. COUNTY PHYSICIAN, ARRIS BALDWIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ST. JOHNS, A, T. Land business a specialty. Office in Court House, ALFRED RUIZ, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT; 3" Special atrention given to the examination and transfer of titles to Real Estate in the county. Office in Court House, St. Johns, Arizona. gARRY MATTHEWS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. JOHNS," APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA. QLARK CHURCHILL, Attorney General of Arizona. Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office- -Over the Bank of Arizona, Prescott, Arizona. 35-ly Q L.GUTTERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 8T. JOHNS. A. T. jQ&Oftice in Court House. J. C. HEUNnON. J. J. HAWKINS. JJERNDON 8c HAWKINS, ATTQKNEYS-AT-LAW, PRESCOTT, Ar T. jayWHl practice in. the district Court of Apache County. rj G.NORR1S, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FLAGSTAFF, A. T. Q K. IEITIVER, U. ?. DEPUTY AND COUNTY SURVEYOK. ST. JOHNS, ARIZONA. All orders left with Antonio Gonzales or Kobt. E. Morrison will receive prompt , attentlOU RAILROADS Atlantic & Pacific O. 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Gallup ...Manuelito ...Holbrook 10.30 pm 8-00 p m 6.00 pm 6.20 pm flT 6.00 p m lar- 5.30 pm 5.00 pm 4.22 pm- 1.44 pm fir 1.24 pm lar 12.05pm fir 12.01pm at 9.55pm 7.15 pm 5.20 p m fix 5.00 pm (.Rr .....Winslow .Canon Diablo.. ....Flagstaff..... ,... Williams.... ...Ash Fork,... .Peach Springs.. Truxton . .Hackberry ...Hualapai Real. ...Kingman. Drake. Yucca Franconia Powell .East Bridge... . .Needles Fenuer Danby Amboy. Ludlow DaggoU...... ....Hinekley ..... Iogers.... .Mojave 2-20 p m 2 05 p m 2 00 nm 2.22 pm 12.50 a ru 12.30 am 11.56 am 11.50 am 11.30 am 10.58 am 9.5Sam 9.35 am y.30am u.oo u u 6.36 a m 5.30 a hi 4 .34 um 3.14 a m 1.40 am 1.14 am 12.30 pm (.ar riv Lar 30.15 a m lv Meal Stations, Through tickets to all principle cities cast and west on sale at the following stations: Holbrook, Winslow, Flagstaff, Peach Springs, Kingman, Prescott. Tho Needles, Daggett, Mohavei and AlbuquQique. STAGE CONNECTIONS. Via Laguna to the Indian village of Acoma. Id miles. - Via Wlngato to Fort Wingate, 3 miles? Zuni,45 miles. Via Manuelito to Fort Defiance (Nnvajo Agen cy) 25 miles; Canon de ChtUet '65 miles; Keama Canon, 90 miles. Via Navajo, tri-weekly stages to. St. Johns,:54 miles: SpringervHle. 85 miles. Via Holbrook, tri-weekly stages to Fort Apaclio 95 miles; Show Low, 50 miles; Taylor, 35 miles. Moqui Indian villages (no regular stage) 90 miles. Via Winslow. to Brigham city and Sunset Via Ash Fork, daily stages to Prescott and Whipple Bftrr&cks. 54 miles. daily stages from Prescott to Phoenix, and tri-weekly stages from Prescott to Fort Verde. Via Peach Springs to the Grand Canon of the Colorado, 18 miles Via Kingman, daily stages to Stockton Hill, 10 miles; Mineral Park, 16 miles; Cerbat, 14 milvs. Via Yucca tri-weekly stage to Signal, 40 miles. Via The Needles, steamer to Yuma, Colorado river agency. Fort Mohave. Mohave City, Hardy-. villn ArffiTiM AHfl VI TlnndnAonnn K'nrodo w. a.b'issell.' J D. B. 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