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ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1901. v A. & B. SCHUSTER. GENERAL HOLBROOK, A. T. Carry iw Stock a FhII nxd Complete lAne of Ranch and General Supplies. Borer purchasing FIRST NATIONAL BAN United States Depository. Authorized Capital ald in Capital Surplus TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING. BUSINESS. Joihua S. Raj'nolds C W. Flournay Frank MeKee M. A. Hfcwks Depository of the Atchison, Topeka & (HJSTAV BECKER, (j. 1. 1 11 j II. 5u j.. A II Si, Keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots smcl SSlbLoesi . And everything usually found in a First - ictock will bo furnished on special order ' ' J- R. Ml -f Fine Wines, Liquors,f Cigars, ISt Oetei'ti. First-class Billiard Tables. ''St.Johds, ' " Arizoda. ISAAC idie.a.iljIejir, insr GENERAL MERCHANDISE A 'Large and Complete LiiieDfi Groceries, LADIES' and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also A Full Line of Patent Medicines Oa.pita.1, S1009000 The Bank of Commerce, in ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., DEALS IN FOREIGN KXCIIAN3K AND ISSUES LETTERS OF CREDIT Solicits Accounts and Offers to Depositors Every Facility Consistent with Profitable Bankinj. DIRECTORS : X . S OTh.RO. President- J , O BALDRIDGE. LuinbiT. XT C. hEONAHD. Capitalist. - B. P. Sf WJSTER. Vice President. A. K1SEMANN. Kiseniann Bros.,:VooU Tfc. S iSTRICCLKR, Cashier . A. ST.- BLACKWELL. Gross, Blackwell & Co.. Grocers. Itft xmniSa JJN. Assist Cashier- , WiaA MAXWELL, Wholesale Druggist. ' r; ; Repository for Atchiso" Tnpeka & Santa FeRaflwav. MERCHANTS, ST. JOHNS, A. T. elsexrfecre yet our Irice, S500,000 (50,000 50,000 , Presiden .. Vice Presiden Cash let r .: Assistant Cashiet Santa Fe and Santa Fe Pacific railroads. Class Establishment, and on short notice. Anv article not Armijo, Proprietor- Jfc- BARTH, THE ST. JOHNS HERALD. 0. E. OVERSON, EDITOR AND MANAGER. f ion met at their office in St. Johns, Apache Co. Jiily 8, 1901. W. W. Eagar raised on value of Imp. and lot E. N. Freeman raised on value of work horses Stancil Greer raised' on value of Thrasher raised 15o sheep Imp. on lot raised on value of land Improvements A. V. Gibbons assessed 2 brood mars $lo. 00 $2o. 00 $35 oo $3oo.oo $5ooo $15o-oo $5o.oo $50' oo Richard Gibbons raised , on value of improvements $7o oo The Board now adjourned until 8th of July at 9 o'clock a. m A- V. Gibbons, chairman. Attest. Monico Garcia, clerk.-,. TreasurersOffice, St. John, July 1, 1901. We hereby certify that there aught to be in the hands of the Treasurer of Apache county on 1st day of July 1901. Seventeen Thousand One hundred and Six ty dollars and fifty cents (17160. SO) We find that there actually is in the hands of the Treasurer of said county funds as follows to wit: Checks.. .. 16410.30 Juror Certificates 475.2 0 Currenc'.- 45.00 Gold 90.00 Silver 40.00 Note (Trust fund)- 100 00 TOtal $17160.50 A. V. Gibbons ) G. A. Conklin Benigno Lopez J Board of Sup-ervisors. Alfred Ruiz, District Attorney. The Board resumes session July Sth 1901, at 9 o'clock a. m all members and clerk present. The Board now adjourned as Board of Equlization and meets as Board of Supervisors all members and clerk present. The Board of Supervisors by a unanimous vote ordered the following- resolution spread upon its minutes: That" whereas the Board of Supervisors at their April meeting- in 1900 did offer a reward of $200 for each of the murders of Prank Lesueur and A. A- Gibbons who were killed on the 27th day of March by five desperadoes, now therefor be.it resolved that said order of reward here-to-fore duly made, and enter ed in the record of said Board be and the same is hereby cancelled and held for naught. The claim of Anthony Long Justice of the Peace of Springer ville Precinct was allowed and warrant ordered drawn payable out of the Expense fund $10.00 The Board now adjourned as Board of Supervisors and stands as Board of Equalization and con tinues to equalize the. taxes for the year 1901, as follows: Gabriel Garcia reduced on value of lot $30.00 i 1 on house hold goods 2o-00 ! j Clemente Guitrres raised . - on value of wagon 20.00 on harness 10.00 implements 10 00 t assessed farming j raised value lantl j W. H. Gibbons, raised on value of land, 50.00 50.00 Benarando Gonzales re duced on lot 30.00 raised on imp. 50.00 Ambrosio Gonzales re duced on lot ' 30-00 raised on imp. ' 50.00 H. E. Grigsby raised on 100 head of stock horses 1000. oo assessed on value of land 2oo.oo W. O. Gibbons raised on house hold goods 35. oo Jesus Garcia raised on imp. on lot 5o.oo R. D. Greer raised on value of imp. - loo.oo raised on 5o stock cattle 7oO;00 L. R. Gibbons reduced on buggy 25. oo J. H. Greer raised 2o head of stock cattle 28o.oo raised 5 head saddle horses loo.oo raised on value of land and imp. lo2.5o Mrs. Ellen Greer raised loo head stock horses looo.oo H. H. Goods 25.00 raised on value ot land 5o.oo Lacy Greer assessed 3 saddle horses 60.00 raised lo head stock cattle 14o.oo raised on value of land 37. 5o Elem Cheney assessed by the assessor l5o sheep for the year 1900 . 3oo.oo E. J. Hawthorn raised stock of goods ' 5oo.oo S. J- Hubbell raised on saddle horses ' 2o.oo H. P. Heapson raised on value of imp on Possessor's Rig,ht 3 0.00 L. D. Hamblin assessed grazing land in W. W. Eagai's entry 25. 00 L. S. Hamblin raised on value of land 11 0.00 raised on imp. 5o.oo T. D. Harris raised on value of brood Mare - 15. 00 on value of mules ' ' 15-00 on saddle horse : 'lo.oo on D. cows 3.oo and on imp. 75. 00 J. L Hubbell raised on value of stock of goods J.5oo.oo Adam Hanna raised 35 head stock horses 35o.oo C. O. Howe raised looo of Cattle 14ooo.oo and raised on value of land 55o.oo on imp. . - 350.00 Wm. Harris raise on value of imp. 80.00 J. N. Homrighouseh raised on stock cattle lo.oo raised on land and imp. 445 25 J. H. Heap raised on value of land 25. 00 on value of lot lo.oo on value of land 25 00 raised on lot 2 and 3 and , . improvements 12o.oo The Board now took a recess until 2 o'clock p. m. The Board resumrd session at 2 o'clock p. m. all members and j clerk present. Guy W. Halt raised on value of lot improvements Jake Hamblin assessed oiie-half interest in binder assessed lot and imp. W. D. Hamblin raised 3 word horses Marcellus Hulse- raised on land and imp. Thos. Hatch raised on work horses 15o.oo 5o.oo 4o.oo l5o-oo 60.00 - 5o-oo 2oo.oo Frank Hamblin assessed 2o acres land in the Milton Daley's entry , 25.00 I. G. Homrighousen rais ed on value of land II60.00 on Imp 25.00 The Board now adjourned until 9 o'clock a. m. July 9th, 1901. . A. V.' Gibbons, chairman. Attest. Monico Garcia, - clerk. The Board resumes session July 9, 1901, at 9 o'clock a. ni. Present A. V. Gibbons, Benigrio Lopez, and. . Monico Garcia, clerk. . ' ' - The Board continues to Equal ize the Taxes for the year 1901 as follows: Jno. O. Hall ra ised on land . , 75.00 on imp. ' . 3o.o6 J. T. Eagar raised 'on work horses - 2o.oo on saddle horses 2o.oo Isaac Isaacson raised lo head of cattle x - 14o.oo 1 o head stock horses loo. 00 J. M. Jepson raised on im provements 5o.oo- E. Jones assessed 2o acres of land 60.00 Martin Jensen raised imp. on poss- right 25-oo A. T. Kleenschmidt rais ed on house hold goods 60.00 George H. Killian raised value of imp. 5o.oo. H. Lynch raised on stock of goods 45o.oo J. D. Lee raised on stock horses loo head loo.o oo assessed imp. 5o,oo C. L. Love raised 4oo head of sheep 800.00 David Love assessed value of lot and imp. 115. 00 B. Lopez assessed Billiard Table 5o. 00 raised stock of goods 75. 00 assessed lots - 35.oo W. E. Lesueur assessed lot 15o.oo Anthony long assessed lot ' 00. 00 a recess Ths Board then took until 2 o'clock p. m. The Board resumes session at 2 o'clock p. m. all members pres ent. The Board continues to Equal izsthe Taxes as follows: Evaristo Martinez rais ed 2oo sheep 4oo.oo P. Montano assessed 56 A. land 9o.oo raised value of improve ments at Mai Pias 2oo.oo Miterio Marino raised on value of farmrng land 80.00 imp. 2o.oo Desiderio Gallegos Malina raised imp. on lot 25 00 W. J. Mallonr raised 0.1 value of lot and imp, - 65-op J. D. Murra3r assessed lot 15. 00 J. R. Marble assessed imp; 00.00 W. A. Maxwell raised 5o head of stock horses 5oo.oo on 2oo head of sheep 4oo-oo August Mineer raised on value of lot imp. 2oo.oo W. T. Maxwell raised 5o stock horses 5oo.oo Justo Mascareno assess ed land joining G. Becker's land 25.oo H. H. Mitchell raised value of horse lo.oo Arza Nicoll assessed 2 saddle horses ' 5o.oo Jno. A. Norton assessed lot and imp. 15o.oo Ed Noble raised imp. 25o.oo assessed land 93. 00 Francisco Nuanes raised value of land 131.25 raised on value of land and imp. Fred Nelson raised value of work horses on lot and imp. 25.oo! 2o 00 4o.oo A- Nicoll Jr. raised on imp. loo.oo Antonio Jose Ortega rais ed on value of imp. 17o oo Leandro Ortega raised 5oo sheep looo.oo Robert' Overson raised 6 head stock cattle 84-00 raised on value of stock... - cattle David Ortega raised 2oo sheep O. C. Overson raised on volue of lot and imp. Misses Duge and Lizzie Phelps raised on value of land raised 80 head of cattle 14.00 4oooo 75 00 437-50 1120.00 W. H. Phelps ra.ised.2pp head, of cattle 2SoQ.p,o Thos. Phelps raised oif . value of land -3o6.25 raised 75 stock cattle loSo-oo. Pratt and Becker raised ' 2oo head of cattle 24oo.oo Jose Antonio Pena raisa on iana imp. 42. 00 Perfecto Pena raised on volue of land OO.OO 15o.oo imp. M. H- Pederson raised on value of land, assessed Brick Mill raised 6 head stock cattle 15o.oo loo.oo 84.oo Srlvestre Peralta raised 5oo sheep looo.oo J. T; Patterson raised- value of imp. on lot assessed lot and imp. on Saw Mill 50-00 3o.oo 5o.oo J. B. Patterson raised on imp. loo. 00 assessed 2 lots in block No. 54 , loo.oo imp. 25.00 S3rlvestre Padilla raised on land and imp. 131.25 imp. 4o.oo on work horses lo.oo Jose Padilla raised on work horses 2ooo assessed 5 stock horses 5o.oo David Pulsipher raised value of land loS.oo The Board then adjourned un til July lo, 19ol at 9 o'clock a. m. . . . A. V. Gibbons, chairman. Attest. Monico Garcia, clerk. The Board resumes session July lo, 19ol, at 9 o'clock a, m. Present A. V. Gibbons B- Lopez and Monico Garcia clerk. The Board then proceeded to eqalizethe Taxes for 19ol as fol lows: Juan Mcastas assessed 2 work horses harness A. E. Hun ing assessed 4o acres of land 4o 00 lo.oo 5o.oo REHARKABLE RUINS. V Lately Investigated by Special Agent Holsinger. (Tombstone Prospect) Mr. S. J. Holsinger, special agent of the interior department, has latel3r returned from the. ruins at Bonita Pueblo, N. M. about 70 miles north of Gallup. The Republican sa3rs the object of his visit was to inspect the ruins, which was perhaps the most remarkable on the western continent, with a ivew to prepar ing a report to the Government recommending- that they be in cluded in a national park or re servation, the ruins consist of eighteen buildings of various sizes, ranging- from 250 rooms to 1,200 rooms. Almost nothing- is known in the outside world of these ruins, tho for a long time the H3'de exploration company has been engaged in investigating them. The compan3T has explored 500 rooms of the largest building ! and have secured 50,000 pieces of 'turquoise, several of them as 1 large as a man's - hand, 8,000 pieces of pottery, 10,000 stones in struments and inumerable other articles, among them feather blankets, beads and sandals. Onl3' fourteen bodies have so far been recovered. The source of the turquoise tound in the building- is a mys tery. The sandals and other articles were made of cotton, showing jthat the inhabitants made use of that textile. There were also found great piles of bones of birds, which have been classified as turke3r bones. On account of thesmall number of mummies or other human re- f mains it is surmised that famine j or pestilence drove, the inhab i ! tants away and tfrat the-,- expect ! ed to some time return, but n'eve-F I did. Otherwise, they would have carpied their wealth th'sm. In the Jiistiefe Oau3?t. Springervilie Precinct, coanfo? of Apache, Territory of Arizona:-' Gustave Beefcer f VS -StJMJIONS. J. H. Hart. J Action br'oug-ht in the Justice Court of Springeaville Precinct in and for the county of Apache7 in the Territory of Afiioha. IN THE NAME OF THE TERRITORY OF ARIZONA: To J.H. Hart, Defendent, greeting: You are hereby summoned and requested to appear in an actior? brought against 3roa by the above--; named Plaintiff in the Justice' Court of Springerville Precinct in and forcount3 of Apache in the' -Ter. of Ariz, and answer to the complaint filed in said Justiec Court, at Spring-erville in said county, within five dajs. exclusive of trie day of service, after the service uponyouof this summons, if served within tnis Precinct but if served without this Pre cinct, but within the county, teff days; if served out of the count v fifteen days, in all other caseS 1 twenty days or judgment by default will be taken against you Given under my hand at Springerville, this 22nd day of" June 1901. 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