I Una Domo
t 11 I m
mua ik story, tt ncn your nesa
-hiii, hw ;vu icci uiuuua, Luuiii-
MlesL xjuI nnfc at trmp. with vnnr w
m HobucM soar and no appetite, just m
i omj a ptcxsge w 4
I' And take & dose, from 1 to 4 pills.
. x&a. will dc rerprisea it now easily 1
'key will do their work, cure your I
'lwa&acbe and billoasness, roaee the
l Hrer and make you feel bappy again. (
Xonta. Sold by all msdcihe tiitkri,
fjYCXffSK, N. O. Murphy ?hcenix
lxck.rri.xr C. H. Alters Pheniz.
TarxKURtR, TV. Pemberiou. . Phoenix
far. Pca.lKST'K-.K. L LenjT PlioBnix.
A0BITSK, G. W. Vfclters. Prcsrott.
"JlrTOBjtcr Qr.n... C P Ainmorth Phoenix.
AJT. Gixksal ..R. Allyn Lewis ...Phoenix.
Wmstz Stextt. Chfef Jntice Phoenix
. R. Davis. Associate Justice Tucson
T. M. Do ax Associate Justice Florence
R. X. Sloan. Associate Justice. Prescott
It. SC. JTorrios, U.S.Dist. attorney. PrMCOtt.
W. H. GxiFjriTH, U. S. Marshal Globe.
(A, V, Gibbons
SiaarSOPXKri8oas L. J. Brown.
I I T . rttpranti.rlerlt
QwarterlrraeeUngBnf the Board" will Le held
First Mosday in Jan., April, juiyann ucv.
a.TTrf Kdwrd Beeler.
Swtbict ArrexKXY Alfred Rniz
Kkqxbkr,... J.T. Patterson
rxxABUBCR... Ben. Schuster
JtTBSE OF THE DlSTBICT COUBT R. TS- Sloan
PaaiATXJnnoK John T Hojrue
Cucxr or Coobt John T. Hogne
Terns of the District Court, thirn mouqsj
Afrli sma the first Monday in uciooer.
JXXRY GONZALES. P. M. Office hours;
pen from a. m, nnt.l 6 r. x. On Sundays
frm 7 to I A. x. Mall c loses sjotnc east and
Wit at 2. r.K, Going south, at 7 A.M.
Local Hws of the Week.
Notary Public at Herald office.
Laundry agency at the Herald's
Sheriff Beeler run our press for
ui last week and did it like an old
A. R. De Fluent, editor of Uip
Journal, Doylestown, Ohio, sufier
"d for a nutirber of years from
rheumatism in his right shouldej
and side. He says : 4tMy right arn
.at times was entirely useless. 1
trijd Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
and was nurprised to receive relie'
almost instantly. The Pain Bain
has been a constant companion o
mine ever since and it never fails.'
For sale by St. Johns Drug Co.
S. J. SatTell, one of Springervilh
prominent business men, was it
town this week.
J. D. Murray, one of ApacheV
foremost fanners, was in town oti
Tuesday and Wednesday,
If troubled with rheumatism.
giv Chamberlain's Pain-Balm i.
trial. It will not cost you a cen
if it does you no good; One appli
cation will reliuve the pain. It al
a o cures sprains and bauises in om
third the time required by any oth
er treatment. Cuts, burns, frost
biles, quinsey, pains in the sid.
and chest, glandular and othei
swellings are cured bv applying it
Every botllo warranted. Price. 2r
and 50 els. t. Johns Drug Co.
Ben. Crosby, a rising youn
itoekman of the county, was in u
see us Wednesday.
. ' Jim Lowo and "Red" Weavei
are in the .county bastile here a
waiting an investigation.
Ivan Grunsfeld of Grunsfehi
Bros., Albuquerque, was transact
ing business here this week.
We have saved many doctor billi
tince we began using Chamberlain
Cough Remedy in our home, , W
keep a bottle open all the time and
whenever any of my family or my
alf begin to catch cold we begin tt
use the Cough Remedy, and as i
result we never have to send awa
for a doctor and"iucur a large doe
tor bill, for Chamberlain's Coug'
Remedy never fails to cure. It i
certainly a medicine of great meri
and worth. D. S. Mearkle, Genera
Merchant and Farmer, Mattie, Bed
ford county. Pa. For sale by St.
Johns Drug Co.
Juan Hasten, who wan in the n
cent. scrap at Atarque, is out on a
Mr. and Mrs. B. Schuster an
happy over the presence ofadeai
little Mis8 who came to live with
them, last Tuesday.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often caase a horrible Burn,
Scald, or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the beet In the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cares
Old Sores, Fever Sores. Ulcers, Boils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
Best Pile core on earth. Only '25 cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by St.
Johns Drug Co.
For the arrest of the murderers of Frank Lesueur and Gus Gibbons the deed was done
about 25 miles east of St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona Terrif orgr at fbout Hve .o'clock
p. m. on the 27th day of March 1900. ,
The murderers are John Hunter, wha is about 30 years
tache, about 5 ft. 7 in. high,
as Skeet Jones and lived at Ft.
Bob Johnson, is supposed to
One Wilson, alias Smith, who worked for Wabash Cattle
1899, in this county. He is
complexion, dark hair and mustache, had short black beard
dered but quite well appearing, has blue eyes, and is of very
talkative, has a peculiar way
sually smiles a great deal when talking. He is an -'expert branch trainer. . v.
0ne Coley with. right fore finger shot off, also a fifth and unknown man. ,
They are a well organized band under a tall, nervy leader; they are armed .with' 30 - 40 &
30 - 30 Winchester rifles and a full complement of six-shooters. They had 12 head of horses
and pack outfit: they have one 10 yr. old, bay mare" branded 'EN on left shoulder; Frank
Lesueur was riding this mare
extra saddle which they took
I will pay $850.00 for the murderers, hold until I get them. Arrest- and wire via Hoi-
brookNavajo Co.,, Ariz.
NOTICE: I now own the follow
ibg ranches: Mud Spring, Cienega,
and Greenspot; and have Dry Seneca
leased: 1,030 acres in all. Any one
found herding sheep or trespassing up
on my lights in any way will be prose
cuted to the full extent of the law.
St. Johns. Ariz., Mar. 24, 1900.
Mrs. Inez Ortega died a few days
ago near Sapello at the advanced
age of 100 years. She was in full
possession of her faculties up to
the last. Las Vegas Optic.
Mrs. Berry and daughters, the
Misses Lavenia and Alice, were
pleasant callers at the Herald of
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. Kine's New Life Fills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match .
less merit for Sick and Nerfous Head
aches, They make pure blood anil,
itronftnervef and build up your health
Easy to take. Try thorn. Only 25 cts.
Money back if notcurod. Sold by St.
Messrs Mallory and Christensen
recently spent a few days in the in'
terest of Sunday Schools in the
'oulhern part of the county.
li. R. Gibbons, one of Concho's
.vide-awake business men, was in
own Thursday and Friday.
It is hard to stand idly by and
eo our dear ones suffer while a
waitiug the arrival of the doctor.
An Albany (N. Y.) dairyman call
-d at a drug store there for a doc
or to come and see his child, then
very sick with croup. Not finding
he doctor in, he left word for bin
o come at once on his return. He
dsn bought a bottle of Chamber
lain Y Cough Remedv, which he
hoped would give some relief until
die doctor should arrive. In a few
hours he returned, saying the doc
tor need not come, as the child
was much better. The druggist,
Mr. Otto Scholz, says the family
iub since recommended Chamber
ain's Cough Remedy to their neigh
ors and friends until he has a
Minstant demand for it from that
art of the country. For sale by
St. Johns Drug Co.
SNO WFJLi AKE GLEANINGS.
Mar. 27, 1900.
The Spring Zephyrs are making an
ffort to raise a little dust around us
his xnorniug, and to remind us of what
as been customary in this particular
irip of country, in years gone by; but,
fter all, it may only result in some
recipitation, and another quiet and
deasani spell of weather.
Crops are doing well and tho grsund
a in good condition for later crops.
Vater master, J. 11. Willis has expen
led a large amount of labor on our city
inch and promises some water in town
his week. The local reseryoirs have
tieen replenished the last 2 weeks, and
:very thing is progressing nicely. Gar
tening is somewhat retarded on ac
count of the lack of water through tho
litch grading, hut several of our citi
zens have gone right ahead with such
operations, claiming that the ground is
xufilciently moist to sprout any and all
kinds of seeds. Fruit trees are in blos
som in the warm localities and the cot
ton woods are putting on a brighter ap
pearance. Several of our citizens are contem
plating a visit to the Salt Lake Confer
ence next week and no . doubt a gener
al good, time will he had upon that oc
casion. We have the measles,
of that nature in town.
wore a black hat and dark sack'
Wingate last year
be much like Hunter.
about 5 ft. 10 in. high, weighs
of ducking his head from side
at the time he was killed. They have textra guns.and one
from the murdered boys.
Edw. Beeler, Sheriff, ApachejCo.
Frisby is the victim so far; and just
bow it may develop, will be a question
that can be answered 6etter a week
Several small stock buyers are fath
ering up what is being offered for sale
at fair prices. Shearing is in order
with the flocks wintered on home ran.
ges and another week will witness the
familiar wool wagons en route to the
We have had a very successful school
here this season; work on the academy
building, has recommenced, and we
feel quite encouraged. A. F. j
Robbed the Grave:
A atartline incident, of which, rM
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:.
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk
en, tongue coated, pain continually in
back and sides, no appetite gradually
growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up. Fortu
nately, a friend advised trying 'Elect
ric Bitters and to my great joy and
surprise, the first bottle made a decid
ed improvement, I continued their use
for three weeks, and am now a well
man. I know they saved my life, and
robbed the grave of another victim,"
jNo one should fail. to. try them. Only
50 cts., guaranteed, at Si. Johns Drug
On Monday the 26Mi inst. some one
passing from St. Johns to Springerville
observed five men standing near the
carcass of a cow freshly killed. On
reaching. Springerville the traveler
related what he had seen. War.
rants for the arrest of the five men
were sarorn out; and a posse organized
with Sheriff Beeler at tho head, to ar
rest the lawbreakers. The posse didn't
overtake the men until they reached
St. Johns, where the alleged renegades
were purchasing various supplies. For
all of which they paid, much to th
surprise of some of the merchants
While the outlaws were yet in town a
part of the posse came in but made no
attempt to make an arrest. The stran
gers went a short distance from town
where they camped; next morning the
posse aided ny other men of this town
sallied forth to bring In the men. But
they opentd fire on the posse at Jong
range. A general fight ensued in which
the alleged thieves had one horse and
probably some of their men wounded,
and were so closely pressed that they
abandoned part of their bedding. But
they soon outstripped the sheriff's pos
se leaving it in the rear. During the
engagement the sheriff had sent a cou
rier for reinforcements, which were
promptly sent, but whpn they reached
the scene both pursuers and pursued,
were.out of sight. '1 hey -took up the
trail and overtook part of the posse,
many of the first crowd, including the
leader had returned on account of horse
fag. These reinforcements, and part of
first crowd kept on the trail of the bad
men. There were now eight men in
pursuit and they thought that there
were others ahead. Soon this party
divided one half keeping the trail and
the other made flank move but the lat
ter not meeting friend nor foe they
thought best to return; this left four
inexperienced boys on the field alone,
not having a leader even among them
selves: tney were Frank Lesueur, Gus
Gibbons, Autouio Armijo and Frank
Ruiz: after continuing some distance
they came upon a sheep camp at which
they leasned that the bandits were just
ahead; going on a mile or so, Frank
Ruiz' pony got so tired that it could
not keep up, so he called the other boys.
to stop, which they did, after discuss
ing the proposition of turning back, all
except Frank Lesueur' favoring that
move; the result of the conference was
that (Jus Gibbons consented to stay
with Frank Lesueur and they two went
alone on the trail, whfch was headed
for R. D. Greer's ranch, the road to
which leads in through a box canyon.
The other two boys staid over night at
the Cedro. Next day as the four boys
were absent greai tmea'stness was maa-
old, dark com pleSion, black mus
coat. This man is' also-known
V. .v ;
Company for a' short time April
about 175 lbs., has slightly dark
when last seene,? is stoop shoul
pleasing address, but not over!
to side w.hen he talks and he
0i ' . :
St. Johns Arizona ,d V, ' 4 .
Or Cftronie InflammaUon of the Kidney
Is a, very common ailment. Numbers et
ur best citleens have suceumbed to Its
Xcctsr evea though under the most skill-
ment. Lake all
xm meuicai iraat
the lytnp toms
come on insidious
ly. If proper
treatment is ob
tained In it early
stages. B r Ight's
Disease may be
will cure it if it is
taken In time.
HUDYAN will re
lieve you of all
the symptoms. Do
not delay too
Ions;. Don t wait
until your case
ble. You will thas
throw your money
away on doctors
and m e d i cities.
HUDYAN now, while
you may be cured.
TOE EABLY SYMPTOMS HE:
t CHRONIC SICK OR NAUSEOUS
HEADACHE HUDYAN taken as di
rected will relieve, the headache in
stantly. 2-3. PUFFINESS OP THE .SKIN UN
DER THE EYES, due to a collection of
fluid in other words, DROPSY. HUD
YAN will cause the extra amount of fluid
to bo taken up by the blood and be elimi
nated by the Kidneys.
4-5. PALE. DOUGHY COMPLEX
ION, due' to the Imperfect circulation of
the blood. HUDYAN will restore the cir
culation to its normar condition nnd caus
the cheeks to become red and rosy.
6. WEAKNESS OF THE HEART One
of the llrst symptoms and the one that
eventually causes death. HUDYAN will
strengthen the nerves and muscles of the
heart and make it e.rong and regular in
7-8. WEAKNESS AND PAIN IN THE
REGION Ol- THE KIDNEYS HUDYAN
will cause the kidneys to perform their
functions properly, thereby relieving th
pain and weakness.
Get HUDYAN at once and take it regu
larly. Full and explicit directions g&
with each package. HUDYAN is sold
by all druggists for 50c per package pr I
packages for $2.50. If your druggist does
not keep It, send direct to the IIUDYAN
REMEDY COMPANY. San Francisco or
Los Angeles. California. RmcSJ"
you can rail and consult the HUDYAN
YnnTt ir ubws! f!all and see them.
Tf vou cannot call, write to the doctors
and tell them all about your case
thev will advise yoUi The advice
be given free.
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Ho. S16 South Broadway,
Los Angelil, CaL
Cr. Steefetan, Market and StUs Sft
San Prsaelsce. Cat,
ifcntprl hv tho rulaHves and friends of
the four missing boys. A relief partv
was organized and sent o'ut to search
for them. About noon Frank Ruiz and
Antonio Arnvjo came in and told where
they had left the other boys; then alj
began to fear the worst. About three
o'clock a messenger brought the sad
news that all had dreaded: both the
bo3s were dead, Frank pierced by five
balls and Gus by six. Their bodies
were found on the. steep slope leadiujr
into the canyon referred to above.
They had been shot fr jm ambu9h prob
ably while leading their horses up the
slope. Their pockets wore turned in
side out, their horses, saddles, guns,
pistols, and even their hats were gone
the murderers having taken them.
Thir bodies werejaroughtin and an
inquest held, and ,warrants issued for
the arrest of the murdereraV .A large
pos8tof experienced men went out on
Friday, prepared to make a long chase
and a bitter fight. It is the earnest
hope of every one that these. blood
thirsty criminals may be brought to a
The funeral exercises of the murdered
boys Were held at the Assembly Hall
Thursday afternoon. Pres. L'dall
Bishop Anderson and Elder Freeman
all delivered appropriate addresses, full
of pathos and condolence.
Note: It has later been asserted that
the bodies of the dead boys Were not
found at the mouth of above men
tioned canyon, but at a place about a
mile south of that, point on a very
steep slope of a jagged edged mesa,
The murderers bad been hidden in the
gullies along the top of this mesa.
Almost any old thing of a regi
ment well supplied with amuni
tion, could make a "gallant charge
against" an enemy without amu
nition. Think of tho big boasts of
the British, and ascertain if they
or the Boers had plenty of war
supplies in a recent battle.
the use of
. NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
HOMESTEAD APPLICATION No.
DEPARTMENT of the INTERIOR.
LAND OFFICE at
Notice is berebv given that the foi
towingroamed settler has filed notice
or his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk on
the District Court at St. Johns, Arizo
na, on Saturday, April 14, 1900, viz:
Roman Ballejosjr Jaramillo. of Tule.
Arizona, for the S.E.J N. W.J and S.l
N.E.J, Sec. 10; and S.W.i N.W.J, Sec.
11;T.4,N. R. 28, E., G. and is. R.B.
Be names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon.
and cultivation of. said land, viz:
Jesus Baliejos, of Springerviile, Fran
cisco Baca of Tule, Felipe Jaiamilfoofj
Tule and Pedro Montano of Concho.
Milton R. Moore, Register.
(First Publication, Mar. 3d, J900.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
XAND OFFICE at
PRESCO I T. ARIZONA,
March 14th, 1900,
Notice is hereby given fchat the fol
lowing-named settler hos filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and. that said
proof will be made before the Ulerk ofi
the Probate Court at St. Johns, Arizo
na. on April 30th 1900, viz: Lorenzo
Crosbv of Eager, Arizona, for the W
8Wi . j b'Wi & iN Wr bOst Sec. 13, X.
6, N. K. 28 E.
He names the' following witnesses
to prove his commons residence upon
and cultivation of, said land, viz:
E. W. Wiltnank, of Greer, Arizona,
Duane Hamblin, " " "
W. E. Wiltdank, " Eager, "
Geo. Wiltbank, " " "
Frederick A. Tritle Jr., Register.
First Publication, Mar. 24, 1900.
TERRITORY of ARIZONA,
County of ArACHX.
In accordance with the provisions of
Section 7, of Act No. 84, of the Seven
teenth Legislative Assembly, notice is
hereby given that the sale of property
for delinquent tsxes assessed tor the
year 1899, is postponed until Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, April 19 20, and
21, 1900,'at 10 A. M.
B; SCHUSTER, Treasurer and ex-
officio Tax Collector, County of Apache
Territory of Arizona.
NOTICE FOR- PUBLICATION.
No. 2773. (Commuted.)
DEPARTMENT of the INTERIOR.
LAND OFFICE at
February 24, 1900.
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 mud proof will be
made before the Clerk of the District
Court at St. Johna. Arizona, on Satur
day, April 14, 1900. viz: George A.
Conklin.of Springerville, Arizona, for
-the W.4-SAV4- Sec. .3 N.E,iS.E. Sec.
4; and N.W.J W.i Sec. 10, T. 4, X., R.
28, E..G. and S. R B. and M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continous residence upon,and
cultivation or. said land, v:-
Jesus Baliejos, of Springerville, Ro
nan Ballejos, of Tule, Francisco Baca,
of Concho, and Filipe Jaramillo, of
Milton R. Moore, Register.
(First Publication, Mar. 3, 1900.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
February 28, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-lowing-nampd
settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final pro fin
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the District Court at St. Johns. Arizo
na, on Monday, April 10, 1900, viz:
Jesus Ballejos for the S UFA and EJ
Sfc'i Sec. 32, T. 5, N. R. 28 E.
He uaraps the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Roman Bajlejos of Tule, Arizona)
Francisco Baca 'Concho, "
G. A. Cohklin " Springerville, "
Felipo Jaramillo " lule, "
Frederick A. Tritle, Jr., Register
(First Pub., Mar. 10. 1900.)
Sheep and wool
St. Johns, Arizona.
Ear mark on shatp
on wethers; reversed on ewes. Fire
brand O on right ride of nose. Vent 11
on left side. -
Ear mark, crop, ofi light and two up
per bits left on wethers, reversed on
ewes. Fire brand 11 on right side of
Range: White Mountains, Arizona.
WABASH CA'I TLE COMPANY.
C. O. Howb,( Manager.
Principal business, office at Logansport,
Ind. Ranch address, Navajo Springs
Ranges: Salt Lakes, Seven Springs,
Little Colorado rive and Mineral Creek.
Cattle and horses branded and marked
as per cuts.
BEWARD, I Will pay 50. re
ward for the arrest and conviction of
any person or persons unlawfully hand
ling any stock in the above brands.
T7aiiVii n.mnnnf mprhnntril or inventive mind
desiring s trip to tho Paris Exposition, with good ,
A. & B. SCHUSTER
HOLBROOK, A. T.
Carry is Slock: s Full
Ranch and General Supplies.
And Wayside Inn.
Whiskies, Beers, Sodas, OiJers, Mineral Waters and Cigars
Drummers ancl Traders can get a fine rig and team here
Hay and Grain to sell.
Good service, prompt and courteous treatment. Call oxt
me, iliiiiNllijNU LVFEZj, Proprietor.
Will open April 15, 1900 at Ms place of busi
ness on East Pork Black Biyer-on White
Mts.-- Will keep on hand Camp supplies
Sheep & Cattle mens5 goods, Stock salt,
Grain, Flour, Etc. Will close on Noy. 1st,
1900. P. 0. Address, Eagar, Apache Co., Ariz.
NOTICE TO SHEEP MEN.
We have opened up a General Merchandise
Store at Greer, Apache Co., Arizona, where
sheepmen can be supplied with proyisions,
salt and general supplies at bottom prices.
We Solicit YOUR Patronage.
Gibbons and Wiltbank.
Post Office, Coach o. Ariz,
Ranze Little Colorado and Milky Hollow
Apache county. Arizona.
Horse Brand, JS on left shoulder, and ssm
on if it jaw. t
P. T COLEMAN, JR.
Post Office Address
St. Johns, A. T.
Kance Johnson Ba
sin. Kocorro Conntv.N.
Mexico, and Head ol
Blue River, Gruham
On left thigh.
FX left thitfj.
lefthlgh 7 left hip C ltft jw
sPrfght1! nd uderbltthcleft,
CATTLE BRANDS 3
right side, &
hip Q left hip and jawfeSgpj
J. B. PATTERSON,
Sheep and wool growe
St. Johns, Arizona .
Enr Tuarlc on ewes
Fqunre cr p right and,
swnlltw fork left, revers
ed on. wethers. Fire
brand on nose,
on rump. Iff
che coan W ty, Artaana.
R D. GREER,
Also run following brands
on left ribs. ETPon loft hip
Range, LitUg'fluV Colorado river.
Post office." t. Johns. ArizeeaTsrri
Brand as cut kept upi
Also ownn the following brands:.
Upper slope right
,and over bit left
Swallow forkleft, cirela sph
SANTANiTA CAKDELARTA Swallow
fork left, split and upper hal
crop the rijeht. Tar Brand,
Range White Mountains,
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
sail Complelo el
Iaivrkero grot r Prices,
St Johns Anwna
Far marks Upierslop
rfl'riehtand s allow fotlc
ii left, slso half crop off
riuht and npyer slope oB
eft. Reversed on wetk
Iron brand m n nu
on left jaw
Ran?, Apache and Graham Counties, Arls.
Main brands On horses W flash, on left thigh
On Cows W slash, on left ribs.
Also runs the following brands:
Horse Brands, HX bar and DK, on left thigh.
Ion the left hip.
Cow Brands. MPMEj left sid a.
both sides, JEW bar andggllV , Jg4
both on left side,
ly-. J both sides.
Range Malpuis Gap and SaltLnte3,
Post office, Cienega Amarillo, N. 31.
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Patents taken through Mann t Co. receive,
special notice,, without charge, in tho
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