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SSTr JOHNS HEEAlD
Published every Thursday
T'BY TOE APACIIE COUNTY PDBLTSUIXG CO.
- Incorporated April 27th, 1387.
EDITOE AND MANAGES.
St4 Johns, Thursday, Septsmb?r8,
TERRITORIAL BEXOCRRATIC COS
TENTJLOX. Headquarters TerrixobialDesiochatic
Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 18, 1892.
. A Territori.il Democratic Convention
is hereby called to meet at Flagstaff on
"Wednesday, the 21st day of September,
1892, for the purpose of nominating a
Democratic candidate for Congress; one
Joint Councilman : select a Territorial
Central Committee and elect the Chair
man and Secretary of paid committee,
ana transact such other.nd further busi
ness as said convention may deem prop
er. The delegates from the different
ix a recent battle m Venezuela returned Iheioker considers vjspIp
WU Government troops attacked A professional joker can make
okju reoeis, ana-alter an all-day's about one hundred iokes a wppI-
light 1,000 men were killed, the
Government troops cutting their!
way out with only 300 men left.
and as joke-making must soon be
come a habit, perhaps the brain is
not too greatly tasked in their man
ufacture. An exchange says: The streets
and public grounds, of Washington
are shaded by over seventy thou-
Creek Indians,, from the original 8ana treps, including eight hundred
Greek. The University of Ohio has varieties and species, some of which
are to be found nowhere else in
America. These trees have been
planted by many illustrious men
from the first President to the pres
ent one. There are in the city 331
large and small reservations, the
latter being formed by the intersec
tion of avenues, which radiate from
the Capitol and White House, with
non. iranic uox is an able man, the regular streets. In all, these
Mrs. A. E. as. Kobeetsox, of
Muscogee. Indian Territorv, has
just finished translating the New
Testament info the language of the
bestowed upon her the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy, in, recogni
tion of her scholarship.
Ihe opinion that Hon. Frank
Cox, of Phoanix, will defeat Mark
Smith for nominee tor delegate to
congress m the Democratic conven
tion is gaming ground. Nogales
care oi wnicn, wnn tne nurseries
and propagating gardens, costs
counties shall be selected by the regular a good sound Democrat and would cover an aggregate of 900 acres, all
?lPSm an excellent representative of which are covered with trees, the
ocratic Central Committee. ai wasnmgton not only tor the
The apportionment of delegates to nnrtv but for Arizmm TOnfnrifh
Apache fi standing the above facts and the
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uoctiise r auuiuonai iacu inaD.ivir. ljox is p.x-
Coconino f 4 ceedinelv nonular wherever known. TnE follnwinK special dispatch to
krlla , 4 . . . . ' flin Snn 1?i.0nmcnft Wrn,;n
Maricopa , 11 we do not believe he could defeat I ,T, .
Mohave.., 2 MnrTr for ihn nmJnnt.'nn oIiaw ii u Pai uity, dated August 30th,
mal u I ... . . I ?a vpiu Bicrm'fionnt inof a Min innn
Pima -. 7 want it. Jiut, it he does get the J b UOV """"j-
Aavapai t ..; ...t...... 8 nomination, the mantlo nmilrl not. bUie' ab " s"ows uie reeling or the
Jj. U, JACOBS. Chairman, rail on auler Kouiders, and we know
Ter. Dera. Cen. Com. no one whom we would rather see
J. t. Walker, Secretary. onnno0(1 ,.noQf An
Administration. The dispatch is as
Te United States Marshal of
Utah, Elias H, Parsons, has been
asked by Attorney General Miller
for his resignation. Parsons' first
to the boys who have followed the intimatbn of his ofiicial decaoita-
trail for many years : It is said that tion came in the shape of a tele-
when cattle utter the roar which is gram which said that an explana-
tne sign ot an approaching stam- tion would follow by mail. Another
While the news created some stir
wuflx-x wawiMAi-iu waymi The following, which we clip
Headquarters County Democratic irom an exchange, has been known
Central Committee. .
St. Johns, Ariz,, Sept. 1, 1892.
A County Democratic Convention is!
hereby called to meet at Wmslow on
Monday , the 19th day of September,
18Q9 of in rt1 nl nnr a m fnr tVtn nnmnca
of nominating candidates as follows: pede, they are often checked in telegram received from Miller tudav
vxty ujuiiiucx ux kiic vyuuiiv;!!.' iWU iiJciii-1 ivriflt, won In nrnvo fi honri nnY rnoli I C i r j r
Wtinf th ARfimh1tr oha SliBrifF nnH e, maw uutb me luarsnai 10 iorw
ex-officjo Assessor, one Treasurer and over the plains" by everyone on his resignation by mail.
ex-omcio lax uouector, one JL'rodate watch beginning to sing, which at
J micro nnn lliafnnf Affnrnnn nna Pa. '
corder, two members of the 'Board of once qlets. the nervous animals, in political circles it is not entirely
sSSSi S'raDge!y en?g1' hym"8- f Whi0b "Ited..It has been known for
torial Democratic Convention to be held uie cowooys Know a great numoer, SOme time that there had been
flnnoioff'Mi Cnnt.n.Un. Olnt I L 1 .1 I
7;:;ttTn" strong influences working to de-
Committee, and electa Chairman and Trf orirrin of fruit pinmno if i'a throne Parsons., He has never been
orand further business as said Conven- said, was first known to the Pom- PPUiar ana " lias Deen irequently
tibn may deem proper. Ueiians.and tothem ar ivfe inrlfthtfirl charged thathe secured his appoint-
u. Mill x,-. 1..1J r . ai. : i l m ...Ww
wrec nets of thecountvon Saturday, the for our knowledge of the industry. 6 ueceivinS 1 resiaent iiain
When excavations were first made 8011 inreSara "is indorsement tor
on thP. Rifp of t.ho olH ifv inrC f tlie position. When the announce-
j. j j , , ....
figs were discovered bv a nartv of uient was maae tnat ue liaci "een
Americans. When these wereooen- aPPointed there was great surprise
nai-granf papers were lost, but that The American laborer in the mos
they had beien.n existence and were highly protected industriesgoesun
either destroyed or lost by the al- on a -strike against the lowering of
. . t 1 n ,t . ..... I..
came or cue town prior to the Amer- his wages, wearing a cap taxed 50
lCail OCCUDatlOn. lliev claimpfl nor PPnf. n ahivt. fnx-aA Qfi
. i I " v. u UC1 UClil
that the grant was perfect at the and a suit of clothes taxed 100 rer
time of the cession of the territory cent, He talks the situation' over
to this government and that the At- with his wife, and until the sheriff
lantic & Pacific railroad company distrains on him for his rent he rests
had no right or claim whatsoever to his feet, wearing shoes taxed 15' per
the odd sections contained within cent on a carpet taxed 50 per cent
the limits of the grant, as the land He cuts the bacon produced by the
was claimed and occupied and in unprotected farmer with a kuife
adverse possession to the railroad taxed 100 per cent, and if his wife
grant in 1846, and also in 1S66, the cries over their prospects she wipes
date or the road's charter, .jinrl her rvar wifh
J I - J 4ltluuLVylitUl LCi.IiJ
March 12, 1872, the date of the de- 55 per cent. If she does not per-
uuub luciiuon ox tne roaa. suade him to eo back to work- at.
Messrs. Frost and Howard aiso lower wages his place is supplied
established m the case the loss and by the foreign pauper labor of Bo
detruction of certain archives dur- hernia or Poland, and he has leisure
ing the regime of Governor Pyle, to reflect how protection helps him.
which archives it is believed con- Flagstaff Democrat.
101 h day of Soptember.
The apportionment of delegates to the
said County Convention is as follows:
El Tule 1
Concho -. 2
Holbrook , 3
Pinetop ; 2
fid the contents were found to be as
perfect as when poured, into the jar
nineteen centuries before. Investi-
P nedaYe " Satlon ehoxved that the fruit lia
St. Johns.. , 4 been put into the jar when heated,
Snowflake!. ."11 M I . " I - HI 1 .3. atld 8eaIecl over alter the steam had
Show Low.. , -2 been allowed to escape. The follow-
bt. Joseph , -Hi.
expressed. No one could -explain
how it had been compassed.
Since his induction into office he
has been in hot water. There has
been scarcely a month when his
name has not been connected with
some scandal. One chaige against
him was that he had an arrange
ment with the Mormon Church not
to arrest its members who might be
guiltv of polygamy. He will send
Tnvnn 21 o J cul D"" uaLJtuJiBillllUllb (Jl-
Winalow 4 canning factories all over the Uni
J. T. LESUEUK, Chairman
Co. Dem. Cen. Com.
.T. P. "Wallace, Secretary. Ai associated dispatch savs : One in his resignation to take effect as
of tllO ITlrtsf, iinnnrfnnh niiAclinno frkl.donn na Iiib cunnnocrvi tiiioIiRqd
. , . . -r- I - - w w UUVUV1U4IU fcw I www.. ..w ...w uuvfwwWwVX uutbliligo.
7 ' US (1 fifit SRfiri fir. flip mpnbncr nf fhn W'l Iinm AiPlcon mnnoirmn nrKtn
con r. nA ; .tin ' "wt'bi"o
Awll UJJ ICCb UIIU iO DU1I (V1IVC. I 1 ! il i r il rn L -I rr -r-.
guueiui iiiuuager oi ktne western oi txie moune, anu xienry rage
Texas Stato troops are highly roads to be held in Chicago on the Secretary of the Utah Commission,
tamed valuable papers bearing on
grant and other matters.
Mr. Chief Justice Keed visited the
tract in question in person and took
the testimony of the old men and
most important witnesses then and
there, as these old men were too
infirm and weak to be moved to
Santa Fe. Two of these old men,
original grantees and settlers and
fathers ot some of the present claim
ants, have since died.
United States Attorney Eeynolds
contended that there was no grant
and that none such had beenproved.
The Atlantic & PaciQc Railroad
company filed an intervener, claim
ing that it was entitled to the right
of way and the odd sections within
the grant, as such were given it by
a subsequent act of congress. Capt.
N. C. Sterry, general counsel, and
lhe held of mining excitement
will be in Arizona. Since the hos
tile Indians have been removed
from the hitherto unexplored rich
mineral region where all the valua
ble metals are known to exist, we
may reasonably expect railroads to
aid in the development, and mines
and springs of water long conceal
ed by the crafty Indians, will be
disclosed by the adventurous pale
face, and millions of treasure re
vealed. A climate most favorable
for development must soon make
Arizona the favorite field for the
prospectors and its mountains, foot
hills and plains full of gold ore and
golden sand's, will become the won
der of the world. Chicago Busi
Mr E. W. Thomas, formerly of
Karl A. Snyder, assistant counsel, the Thomas' ice cream parlors, is
appeared for the railroad. now in the Superstitution moun
A number of witnesses were ex- tains engaged in a work usually
amined for the claimants and a few deemed strange to woman's sphere
for the United States. Two of the She is prospecting for a lost mine
witnesses examined for the claim- to the location of which she believes
ants were over 100 vears old. and sho holds the kev. But aomphow
two were between bO and 90 years she has failed, after two months
of age. work to locate the bonanza, thoug
lhe court this morning in its de- aided by two men. The story of
cision sustained the grant, declared the mine is founded upon the usua
it a perfect grant, that it was valid death bed revelations of the ancient
at thetime of the cession and .ac- miner usual in such cases. Ther
quisition ot New Mexico by the is also a lost cabin connected wit
United States, that it was properly it. Its location is supposed to be
made, that the grant papers were short distance back from the west
lost or destroyed, that the orrant end of the main SuDerslitution
A GOLD WATCH AND. $204.
That is what every agent receives who,
gets up a club on our $lper week.
Our34-karat gold-filled cases are war
ranted for 20 years. Tine Elgin or Wal
tham movement. Stem wind and set.
Lady's or Gent's size. Equal to any $50
watch. To secure agents where we have
none, we sell one of our Hunting Case
Watches for the Club Price, $28, and
send C. O. D. by express with privilege
of examination before paying for same.
Our agent at Durham, N. C, writes:
"Our jewelers have confessed they do
not know how you can furnish such work
for the money."
One good, reliable agent wanted for
each place. Write for particulars.
Empire Watch Co.,
48 and 50 Maiden Lane, New York.
noylQ '91 ly
J)K. s. ai. CUAXG,
Office, southwest corner of Springervillo
and Commercial streets,
ST. JOHNS AEIZONA.
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St. Johns An
fj s. uracil,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY APACHE
Office in the Court House.
St. Johns .Arizona.
Harris Baldwin. T, W. Johnston
BALDWIN & JOHNSTON.
Prescott, A. T. . A
Will practice in all the courts in Ari
zona, and will attend regular terms of
tne uistrict Courts m Apache and Mo
complimented by an inspecting offi
cer of the army.
The Government has established
22 cholera inspection stations on
the Canadian frontier.
7th of next month is that of live are mentioned to succeed him,
stock rates and the question of the Following the report of Parsons
emcacy ot the pystem of charging dismissal a rumor spread on the
by weight, Superintendent Carman, street and in legal circles that the
of the western weighing association, Judges of the Federal Court, An
nas discovered the rankest kind of derson and Blackburn, had also
A cannon made by King George's irregularities under the present sys- been asked by Attorney General
government was digged up from tera- claims that cars are often Miller for their resignations, The
thobottom of the Tofomac. underbilled to the extent of oO per impression prevails that there are
hit '-1 cent. This is worse than anvthincr crood reasons for the. renm-f. An.
18 8aia tne lacleipiiia and th t e,sted under ld , nnnointeli hv nirtVfllflnfi
Heading road has inaugurated acru- of charging by the carioad and it is and Blackburn by Harrison. The
saae against the .Brotherhood oi nrobablo that a t the meatinff it will reasons nMiffned for thftBrmnVnlH
ojocoraouve engineers. K. fUouUA f WL- tn l,n nM i,t th a A min;o(,(;nn ;B
The Treasury JJenartment has Piail wnicn oeiore resuicea in great- ougniy aissatisned witn the con-
approved the Missouri liiver Com-hT increasing the size of stock cars, duct of judicial affairs in Utah
fe mission? plans for the expenditure every road desiring the advantage Both Judges are liked here by the
Senator Mills, in a letter to the
Dallas News, says he regards Hogg
- as the Democratic nominee for
Governor of Texas and as such will
Representative Scott WiKElost
a pocketbook containing 5,000 in
the House poBt office last February.
It has just been found by Assistant
i, Hepburn, ex-Gongressman from
Iowa, now in the Treasury Depart
ment, got his son reinstated after
discharge from a Government posi
tion for ineom potency ,by good work
for Harrison at Minneapolis.
The proposition of Illinois to
etop immigration by Presidential
proclamation is found to be imprac-
tical, but it may do eo under tne
general police powers of -the State,
j f found necessary -for. pro tection
of having the biggest cars. If it is
decided to go back to the old sys
tem, provision will probably be
made for charging different rates
for different sized cars.
people, lawyers and litigants.
Originally "gotten off" for the
pure fun of the thing, jokes have
now become a regular article of
merchandise, and the professional
joker sells these products of his
brain at prices ranging from twenty
cents to two dollars and fifi'- cents
apiece, .and a joke which is easily
illustrated often brings as high as
five dollars. The magazines and
papers which pay for their jokes
have regular prices. Professional
jokers send a supply of from ten to
fifty jokes to the papers paying best,
and the editor in charge of that de
partment chooses those which suit
him, and-sends back the rest. These
are then sent to the next best pay
ing publication and so. on, until
they reach the papers which pay
'but: fifty cents. Such as are then
In the case of the Cubero land
grant, Mr. Justice Fnller rendered
the decision of the court, which was
concurred iu by all the justices.
The decision is very important and
able and far reaching in that it set
tles the question of the right of the
Atlantic & Pacific railroad to tracts
of land granted it by congress in
1S66 in the charter. to the road.
The attornej's for the people of
Gubero, Col. Max Frost and Mr.
Geo. Hill Howard, of Santa Fe, and
Messrs. Jeffreys and Earl, Washing
ton, proved that the tract was set
tled in 1832, in accordance with a
decree from the then Govern or-Fran-cisco
Sarracino. by the claimants,
then being seventy or more in num
ber ; that it had been in undisputed
possession of claimants ever since.
was made lor the lands within the
boundanes claimed, that as the
land in question was at time of the
definite location of the Atlantic &
Pacific railroad not public land and
not free from claims or prior grants,
it could not be granted by the Uni
ted States to the railroad, and that
a decree should be entered up giv
ing and confirming the entire claim,
including the odd sections of land
within it, to the people of the town
of Cubero, except the right of way
of 200 feet m width which right of
way was held to be good to the rail
road, the grant claimants laying no
claim thereto. It was ordered that
a decree be drawn in accordance
with the decision.
A welcome rainstorm visited this
section Tuesday last. A few miles
northeast of Globe following the
Apache mountains and a line pass
mg two and a halt miles east ot
Gilson's the storm raged with un
wonted fury. The large arroyo de
bouching upon Pinal valley north
of Horrell's was filled by an angry
flood which swept down Pinal val
ley with irresistible force causing
some damage to property at Wheat
fields. A man who attempted to
ford the torrent came very near los
ing his life, and the horse he rode
was considerably injured. Globe
The Kepublicans are busily en
This case is of vast importance gaged just at present trying to fin d
as it settles, as rar as the court of f , . . c .
priyate land claims is concerned,
the rights of the Atlantic & Pacific
railroad to the odd sections of land
lying within unconfirmed Spanish
and Mexican land grants and claims
west of the Rio Grande, which were
sub-judice, and as fully one-half of Kecord
the grants claimed are in that sec
tion of New Mexico.
for delegate to congress against
Mark Smith. Wolfley belongs to
the "left" wing. Murphy is a can
didate for the senate and Cheyney
is a defeated letter writing candi
date. Murphy won t have it, Wol
fley can't get it and Oheyney is
afraid. Who win it he? Nogales
There is more Catarrh in this section
ot the country than all other diseases
The decision is deemed so far put together, and until the last four
reaching in its results that, more years was supposed to be incurable. For
than likely, the United States at- a fireat many vears doctors pronounced
toruey will carry it up to have the
questions finally passed upon by
the supreme court of the United
States. Santa Fe New Mexican.
it a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it
incurable. Science has proven catarrh
to be a constitutional disease, and there,
fore requires constitutional troatment.
There are now 130 women in the Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
Berlin telephone exchanges. It has F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
been decided to use only women in only constitutional cure on the market.
the future, as it has been found that . . . , , T. j.m
' . drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly
their voices are much more audi- nn hinmi .onri mnnniu Rnrfiuoii of
ble than men's, owing to the higher the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials. Address-,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
fpSold by Druggists, 75c.
Texas corn crop is the largest ever
raised in that .State.
A Smart Man.
Will not hobble around on crutches when
he can cure his Rheumatism with one
bottle of Dr. Drummond's Lightning
Ketnedv, costing only $5, but worth
$100. Enterprising Druggists keep it,
or it will be-sent to any address on re
ceipt of price, by the Drummoiid Mcti-
all conditions of the granLhad cine Co., 4S-50 Maiden Lane,Iev York.
been com plied with, that the origi-. Agents wanted..
In compliance with Act No. 7 of the"
Acts of the Fifteenth Legislative Assem
bly, the Board hereby requires a re-registration
of the voters of Apache Coun
ty for the nest ensuing election.
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of Apache County.
CHAS. JATtVIS, Clerk.
St. Jolms, APril4,lS92. -
"7AJLiTER G. SCOTX,
St. Johns, Arizona.
Office in the building formerly occu
pied by Dr. Dalby. jyl8
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It is his intention to keep a quiet,.
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Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF AUBJA3I ENGWOLSON, DECEASED
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the estate of
Aubiam Engwolson, deceased, to the
creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to ex
hibit them with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publi
cation of this notice, to the said admin
istrator at his office in Springervillo,
Apache county, Arizona, the same be
ing the place for the tranactiou of the
business of said estate.
Dated July 9, 1892.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
amill & Eoach, has this day been dis
ilved, by mutual consent. T. M. Ham-
11 having purchased the interest of
j. Koach. The business will be con
tinued by T. M. Hamill, who will collect
all bills and pay all outstanding accounts
of the late firm of Hamill & Roach.
T, M. HAMILL,
M. L. ROACH.
Winslow, Ariz., Aug. 19, 1892.
I am now ready to redeem two jail z
bonds, on presentation to me at ray ofr. Z-4
fice in the court house at St. Johns. In
terest on said bonds will cease on:and-
after this date. AV. H. GIBBONS. .
St. J.ohns, Sept. 6, 1892.