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f' ."!yQL1&S1E.' "XVL. vJ'"Jl , J .ST. JOHNS,. APACHE OpUNTT,BIZONA' TEjRBITOBY, SATURDAY, JULT 28,1900. N-UMBEB 45 "
1 V -' 4L: S - irAv&-B. SCHUSTE - : . ' o- " - ' !- T tt ANTED SEVEEAL BRIGHT AND IIOnES VV persons to represent us.as Mann gers in this and close by counties. Sal ary f 900 a year and expenses. Straight, bona-fide, no more, no less salary. Posi tion permanent. Onr references, any ! bank in any town. It is mainly omce !work conducted at home. Inference: 7 Enclose self-addressed stamped envel ope. The iJofflKiosTCompany, Dept, 3 , Chicago. Aeses'd GOst'ek If rsos " 2d acres-land1, Carry in Sioclc si Full and Complete SAnc oi IRaneli and General Supplies Before purcIutsijigT elscTrliero get onr Prices, If 9 ARAB General St. J ohns 1 5 erehants 9 iminffervi .K'eep Only the Best Quality of Coeds at XOWESf CASH PRICES? Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots, Shoes -jijiriD E"VEE,"ro?i3:i3sr a- fotjix) i3r .a. FIRSTCL ASS ESTABLISHMENT. ST. 'JOHNS HEEALD. Published every Saturday PERKINS-FIOWE Co., Publishers & Proprietors. E. S. PERKINS, ' " BusrKESS Manager. E4tered in thePosiqtlice olSt. John as second L?,'! : I classVmatter. iv::'fl j SUBSCRIPTION RATE'S. One year.- : : ,$2.50. Six months ....$1.50 Three months $1.00 ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch 1 mos. $1. 2 mos. $1,50 3 mos. ,2. 6 mos. 3. 1 vear ?o. 2 indies 1 mos. $1,50 2 mos. $2,50. 3 mos. $3. 0 mos. $4,50 1 year $7,50. Rates on large contracts given on application. - . 1 ' Alpine. H. 'R. .Burkrraised on '- ' stock of goml,, , -pO.OO .' Springerville-ar . - . .' - Gustav Becker, hiiscd onL vahie of goods, . . 2Uvj525.00 Assessed m pro verhon ts o n r a rich n or 1 1 ro f SprfngeryHB, jfei .y 50.00 foiled jjioJgieiT . 50.00 600.00 j Anastncio Chavez, or ? 200.00 Idered assesssed 100 A L sheep, value, - - ---200.00 $2,430.00 ; S. M. Craig, order ed assessed 100 sheep, " 1 200.00 M. Chrisfensen, raised - ' on value of impr'vm'nts 50.00 Jose A. Chavez, ordered asssessed 1500 sheep, 3,000.00 Raised on value of im-' -provements, ' " 100.00 Edr. Burk, raised on; vali:e-jo land, t A ssessedlnn pr o ve me 1 1 ts, -B55.00 - .200.00 "0.00 3.100,00 Sprinervillo. Colorado-Arizona Sheep .$50:00 Bank of Coininerc In ALBUQUERQUE, N. IEALS IN "FOREIGN EXCIIANJE AND ISSUES LETTERS OF CREDIT. Solicits Accounts nml OITT3 to Depositors Every Fucility Consistent with Profitable Banking. mcsaa rroceeoings Minutes of the Board of Supervisors, Apache County. July 3, Fines, receipts, differ ence,, t , Ex. fund, difference, Edw. Beeler, dr. poll tax, , t S Delinquent tax No. 7d redeemed Jan. 1st, 1900. C- . : D.rug Co. overpaid . " $ 2:00 '.10 295;75 - ' ' 3 -The Bbard-nowMakes recess" ti ! 1 2 p. in. . " The "-Boa red resumed session at 2 p. m." Full Board and Clerk present.f t ,. 1 : . . f Concho S. W.-.-Baird, assessed nil goodn, 'Si; Johns. -v. a 25.00 - DIHECTOSS -M 8.rOTfeRO. ProaWent. J C BALDRIDGE. Lumber. VT. C. LEONARD, Capitalist. . B.P 6 MUSTER, Viro Pr.sldent A. KI8EMANN, Eisemann Bro? , Wool. YVVS.-8TRICKLER. Gishicr A.M. BLACKWELL, Gross, Blaukwcll & Co .'(liocers. " H. J . DMEEaON. Aiai Cashier. W. A. MAXWELL, Wliolcsule Druggist. Depository for Atchison, Tnpska & Santa Fe Railway. 1 j ST NATIONAL BAN I -tpijiiited- States epcBitcrj 1 Authorized Capital - S500.000 Paid in Capita!. 150,000 Surplus 50,000 TRANSACTS A'-.GLNERAL BANKING BUSiNESS. 'oshua S. RavnohJa.. ".'..... ;1 President M. V. Flonrnoy .. C?:;. Yiee rresi!enl Fi-nnk McKeo ....5,,.. :,!t.i'.V.nv..' t ashler C. A. H&vks r '...Assistant Cashier Depository of Iho Atchison Topekn & Simta-Fe and Santa Fe ""Pacific railroads: last quarler, 1.00 July 5lh. "The Board frowvVorders:tlattlie Notice of Reward in the St. Johns Herald be discontinued. . The Board of Supervisors now adjourned and meet as a Board of Equalization. All' members and the clerli present. St-Johns::. : , C. P." Anderson; raised on value of lots, : , J.JR. Armijo : ; ,J Raised. on stock goods, .750 00 " on. househ Id'jxyods " '" lot " " improvements, $ 50.00 3 30 00 . 15.00 170.00 J. V. Broun,-'"raised on laj-ining latnd, 1 ;v j Assessed il work horse, T. r..Berny, raised:. on value :of lot. f ' Raised on value of land Jensen enlrv, "; Gonclfo. S Juan Candelaria, raised on value of st'k of goods Raised on value of store build in tr, St. Georpje Crengh, La mar, CollOO yhead of stock cattle?' St. Johns. P. T. Coleman, raised on value of- si'k cat lie, Assessed 50 head of st'k cattle, Assessed HinKlle Co., ordered assessed 1,000 sheep, . C. N. Cotton. Gail no,"' N. M., ordered assessed 200 st'ck cattle, Raised on value of st'ck of goods,- Raised on value. of im pletnents, . :2,0p0?00 . ?ioo.oo .2,180 00 500.00 5,430:00 '50.00 40.00 90.00 20.00 7d:00 Chromyer & Sehambeiy - ... Manueleto, N.. M., order- -. l ed assessed store and sirck of goods at Sanders . GOO 00 The Board now adjourned" till 2 p. in. The Board -resumes session at 2 p. ni- All members and fh(j clerk er, is most primitive' and the. won- j der is how such an .immense popu- j lation can be supported from lisiV soil, until the great economy praO-. licetl in all things is itudurstood: On the Grea.t Plain of China, every available foot of land is utilized for. growing something and even: particle of fertility returned to the soil. Waters are used --for irriga tion and in many cases laboriously, distributed over the fields. The Great Plain itself is one of the most wonderful sections of lh& -globe... .11 ja about 700"milcs16ngt and varies from 200 to 400 nileHJ i wide, occupying the northe'nsterni part of the e;npire,and containing over two hundred thousand square miles of wonderfully fertile soil. The most interesting feature of the plain is its enormous population as it supports, according to the- census of 1812 not less than 777 i million human beings, making the most dense!' settled part of the world, of its size, its inhabitants amounting to nearly two thirds of the entire population of Europe. A PUP.C CHAPE OF TART AH POVVOtR DR- Highest Honors, World's Fair Gcid Metlsl,' Midwinter Fair Avoid s? jl'oilcra containing V-!n- r;tJ" jnjwrious to health. EFFORT. FAMOUS PEOPLE'S EYES. 135.00 500.00 100.00 600.00 1,400.00 110.00 71)0.00 25 0OI present. ' ' : ; St. Johns. ' Alma Davis, ordered as- ' sessed 5 stoqk cattle; " 70.00 R iised on value of work , . horses, u " 20.00 Raised on value of im-"."' provements, 20.00 : : , 110.00 'TIs not enough to tune the lyre And wait for harmonies to come. God sendeth not eclestrial fire When human hearts are cold and nuab. 'TIs not enough to calmly wait That quickening dew should on us fall. To vaguely Ions for what is great While still pursuing what is small. 'TIs not enough with tears of woe To weep for all the world's distress. The drops that from Inaction flow Nor us. nor other lives, will bless. " 'Tis not enough the love to take That other -hearts on ours outpour? The soul Is only kept awake By giving something from its store. 'TIs not enough with drooping wing And aimless feet to walk this earth: Effort alone can blessing bring And" crown the 'soul with sovereign, worth. r ; ' Inter Ocean- The fluke of Wellington had, it is said, blue hawk's eyes gleaming with, military genius. Audubon, as became a naturalist, had "hawklike eyes that flashed like a wrcuuuiigiit ami were ter on me aiert- sii fcet across fhe ncs. tor eacn movement ot animated nature." BIRD AND BEAST. In India some of the bats measure .835.00 GTJ8TAV GENERAL Kooi constantly orrhand a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, And everythinsr usually found in a First-Class Establishment. Any article not stock wiU'be furnished on special order and on short notice. DEALERS 23 6 eza 1 Ranch Supplies of any Descnpflo -A.nd. o3f tlie Best Qtiality. UU&to; Perics and Courteous Treatment UmMtrr' " Your Patronage is Earnestly Solicited. Juan. Candclaxia. Bosalio Candelaria. &.sabro?io Candelaria. J. P. Bigcdow, asswsHud house and lot in Sf. Johns; lot 2, bl'ck 22r llotiso, - 905.. 00 50.00. 400.00 $450.00. 30 00 20 00 50.00 Spnngerville : J. 0. L.;Bntlfr,.raiHedn work hor.-t?!, ; ; ? asc'o.ss'd , " M 1 1 It goodj, ' St. Johns : . Henry Barrott. raised. on value saddhi hordes, 130.00 Assessed 100 'head of cattle, " -.yZ ' - J. ;f400.00 Assessed saddle, . - "' " 30. 00 Raised On valtredfha i ? land, GOO 00 21 GO 00 , -$70.00 fsa a e Ba rt 1 , i aistl b n alfalfa land, V - ElVrnle Marcus Baca, raised' on valhe ofhuggy,, c; 35-00 The Board now adjourned "till 0 a. ni. tomorrow morning. A. V. Gibilons, chairman. J. T. Patterson, clerk. St. Johns, July 6th. The Board of Equalization mm at. 9 a. in. pursuant to adjoin nmem Present, A. V. Gibln n-, chairman L. J. Brown, Benigno Lopez. J. T. Patterson, clerk. After minutes of previous im-ei-ing were read and apprrved. tin Board took up the following busi ness : . Eagar r . Benj. ,3roAvn, assessed, t ; 800 sheep. , . , . .$1600.00 Raised on value of BH goods. " ... 30 00 ...."-EI Ttile. . ' '.."' f.iti " Nicolas - Chaves, raised , n value of . w'k hordes. Eagar. Albert Cojilan, raised on value of carpenter tools, Sfi'riugervilleV Marino Uarrijoassessed Mil goods, Conchf). Roselo Candelaria, as sessed 650 sheep, Raised on value.of lot, " Assessed oho piauo, Ambrosia Candelaria, Raised on value. of laud' Walnut Grove, Pedri. y H. Camh-I ria, as-sessetl 300 slu-ep, " h:ls in (.'oneho impruvemehts' ;"5i" Wilhehn land 1 " improvements - El TulrV ' - ; Tloro Chaves,, raised on value of horses, " A.-ses.-ed wagon, . " farm inipliu'ntH Riiiscd jui value uf -im-pleiueuls. Raised, on value of land -30 00 20.00 10.00 1.300.00 50 00 100 00 1.450.00 200.00 600.00 225.00 350.00 250.00 300.00 Eagar. fi A. A. Dewitt, raised on value of improvem'nts St. Johns. John Davis, raised on. value ot improvem'nts. Springerville. .Mrs. C. De.smont, raid ed on vtfue of rmirovc ments on land west of Springerville, St. J.dms. No fear Davis, raised on value of land, Raised on value of im provement,. Raised on value, house, - . ; : . . i fi T'-' , - ;;iGondio. Cruz Duran, .raised '"on value of hirses, Ordered assessed on I I II ioods. St. J-'diu.'C Dit'miirio Duran. order-'-d .assessed. 1 00 sheep," ' Solom.Mi it Arismen I)u-nn.- nniered 'ass?ssi'd 400 sheep, Miguel Duran, ordered ' a messed, wagui, Ordereo: assessed ;IUf goods ' " Ord'rd :asse?sed. haro'ss Pennsylvania paid $25,500 last year Charles Lamb is described as having tuberculosis. glittering eyes, strangely dissimilar in . I r- 5 , . . , , A scientist in Vienna, after close sa- color, one being haze , the other having vesti ation has convincecI himself thar, specks of gray in; the iris, as you see dogsbrealy lau hm red spots m the bloodstone. ,2, 0 , . t j. m , , - There are annually killed in Africa afc According to Trelawney no man had Jcast G5 Q00 elephan;s yielding a quaiL brighter eyes than Byron; they were tit of raw the selling price of gray and fringed with long black lashes. whicll is S30 005 Lady Blessington, writing of him a few . m , . f, ) months before his departure to Greece, - -.ou. 50. adds that one eye v?as visibly larger iVltnf' ra" a11 cats and dogs m irx- uuusu's were pui 10 ueain oy or der of the board of health. This was to nrwptit Hit ZTrpnr n f fha rliccmco 'Ki- 50.00 I 7?? "& Iarffe dfk ,? 7aS' T a lhese animals roaming from house to. ' merany giowea wnen ne spoke -n-itn eye was visibly than the other. The most striking feature of Burns emotion or interest." Sir W. Scott, A crow hatchery, the only one in the $'250.00 50.(0 50.00 20 00 i,n tmn. r-T,i:T 3 r -r t. l who knew the poet when he lived in - , f, , . . . , , . .., . vine, Pa. The crows eesrs are hatched Edinburgh, savs: "I never saw such an- . . . , T Z u-!j other eye in a human head, and I have . ? , ,', 7 . . it 1 -.. . . . , , eight weeks old they are ffmllotined- seen, the most distinguished men of my n,? , , . &u.uuuiicu. ime 0 J The heads sell for 25 cents each, and ' , are used as adornments for bonnets. Eyes, as we know, are apt to vary Music caused the deQth considerably m shades of color m the w hcre in Florenc A same individual from time to time a r ,. , . 4 - . . , . , . , T , , farmer, driving into town, had just fact that explains why Wordsworth's fl h pdpal street when a familiar description of Coleridge as a brQSS band MeJ strucc Tie noticeable man with large gray eyes horge startcd and d does not quite agree with Carlyle's im- . . . .nn Tt - . r pression that his eyes were of a light T,nrlMrfl tvp 0- 120.00 50.' 0 25.00 ' "75 0D '00,00 800.00 uO.OO .50 00 10 00 hazel, nor this again with the writer brass band who found them "light gray, prominent . -1 IN FAR-AWAY LANDS and of liquid brillliancy, as though the orb itself retreated to the innermost recesses 01 me oram. An English traveler declares that the Chatterton s brilliant gray eyes were least interesting country in the world his most remarkable feature. Under to visit is Corea. strong excitement one appeared bright- j,To emigrant is permitted to land in er, and, as in the case of Byron, larger Western Australia who cannot correct- tnan tne otner. Laicott says: "it was lv write out a criven sentence. like the C3"e of a hawk, and one could see his soul through it." Barrett "never saw such eyes, fire rolling at the bot tom of them," and he confesses that he 1 demand. The people of Brazil have learned to make all their own beer, and native breweries now supply nearly all the often purposely differed in opinion from ! Chatterton to see how wonderfully his ej-e would strike fire, kindle and blaze up. CANADA IN ENGLISH MARKETS 50.00 1,725 0J 20;00 25,00 15 00 150.00 12o.tj() 335.t iU The Board now adj'ounied .uiuii S) a. m. tomorro.w morning: A. A. Gitbons. ebaii iitTTii.- ., " St. Johhs. Arizona rh ..--V July ?r:i, lUOOx- " i; The 13.ard of hltpVtiizatnm met pursuant 10 alpurnmesit. . . . can 0 g HOERfa NOT A REIMl&SfcN- ' T ATI VIC TYPE. ' ') i e (Tt ea i 11I k oi 1 Ti o Vh 1 1 s" A''u-rsh U're' ThiTi Ji n.&k "; The British cooperative wholesale so cieties do a yearly business of $60, 000,000. Canadian authorities claim that in 1898 Canada supplied 1.4 per cent, of the total food importations of Great Britain. The Canadian cheese trade has been one of steadj- growth. The value of the exportations to Great Britain in 18G8 was only $548,574; last year it was $17, 522.CS1. The value of the total, exports from Great Britain to the United States in Murder is not considered a very great crime by the Parsees of India. Accord ing to their cede, a murderer received DO stripes on his bare back; while the man who neglects his dog receives 280 stripes. There is a movement on foot among; the Parsee community in India to give the members the option of burial fa place of the customary method of ex posing the dead to become the prey of vultures. One of the masterpieces of musical clocks has just been completed for the emperor of China, in whose palace, be sides pointing out the correct time, it will play selections with a fully equipped automatic orchestra. The Japanese government has great difficulty in securing interpreters" for 4 1, i ti t 1S0S was $135,077,553, a less of 7.2 per UUi ls; "Bis are scarce, ana ir, fivn r-r.nrC. i,0 vniD r v the Dest of them can easily find places Irrigation 5IeJ2i; urn Vu'ir. ports to Canada in 189S was 52S.372.6S0, a gain of 5.1 per cent, in five years. The value of the total imports into Great Britain from the United States in 1S9S was $G12,GG2,073, a gain of 28.8 per cent, in live years;- the value of Canadian imports in 1S9S was $99,101, 544, a gain of 33.7 per cent, in live years. An American doing business in Liver pool shipping hides of American cattle j slaughtered in .Liverpool sajs he is do ing a big trade in sending these hides to Canada to be tanned, the leather be ing brought back to England. Within six incriths he shipped in this way 20, 000 hides. BTe sa3's that they can be shipped from Liverpool to Montreal cheaper than they could be carried by rail from Chicaaro to Montreal. in mercantile houses, which pay more than the government, which does nqt go beyond $100 a j-car. PEOPLE WE KNOW. SCHOOL AND COLLEGE. V ho n ,i "5 i-5, W1'1-" ' " VAC, ViTwJfc' Sfb- v.- 1V& I'a&'m , titer t - Prusuiit: "A. V. GiobonVv i-Jiui-.'GnnifT, ivrkit up -i i" man; L. J ifr.nvn a'n4 "Bi":ng::v ! IfiM.iTv a-b -' friiV:,- f - , ' - : w j . 1 - ":; .- rT''-,jf"4r:;A 1 - 'v Liopi-z. J. 1. 1 alteram, cleru. . drod itny giui-i .uWi &;lir,' .-i:irK The minutus of tbii previiis meet-, hel'mii l.v ilK'.itVsiUitif C ;-.-ihj ; wen rc?d jmd. HporoyHij Xhe 1 )i- ti; ." V- ; " Board proeeiitla U yu.'lii tiiiu-ivi UT. ;T V.. f v; i'.- J ' ; 1 lowing iTssessineni: . . . ?i-.s ' j mdUMillv. uxtttffiieiy- ttifietiii u -.. St. Johns The average annual cost per.pupil for salaries in the Chicago high schools is $53.5G. Westminster college has been estab lished by Presbyterians as a part of Cambridge university. Xature study at the zoological gar dens is to be a part of the course of in- 1 struction in Philadelphia public schools. The alumni of Tufts college have db tained a voice in the government of the college in the form of a board of overseers. Car fare is not needed" by school chil- dren in Victoria, Australia. They are' VQm-1- free of charge. President. George Harris, of AmhesjC -college, is said to bear a striking-' re semblance to Admiral Dewey. Admiral Dewey has received from a resident cf Atlanta a letter written, many years ago by Admiral Farragul,, which contains the following scntspwsgs "That young Dewey is a verypranasoig chap." - Queen Yictoriars autograph bccJeiw52 been carefully preserved during; t3ie,d vears of her reign, and" ccntarrs a p mnrkabl rich collection of awtcfraHa. tschidirg those of the pope, fee- -.rrrs nd several German - Icings aed eac cercrs. Senator Bate, of Tennessee !Tke t&e .ate Senator Harris, refuses tc te!T hfe gc. Iliv must, hawever, be nearly TO;, "or he was a soldier in the Mexicai? war-. Vltcgetlier 11 members of the senate Mve passed the Scriptur.il limit, whiSe hree or four are within easy approach, of it: ' The originator of the story that Gen .Toubert, the Beer. commander, is a na tive of Louisiana,' and an ex-confedcrai: officer, confused him with another; C! Joubert, who' was .in the confedernjtt army, and a native of Louis'ianal. 5 was a creole, and lived and died"ic isiana. : V ;.'t "-