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-ST. JOHNS HERALD.
Editor, E.S.Perkins 9 SATURDAY, NOV. 34. THE HERALD is kept on file at the of fices of the CUKTIS-jXWHALL ADVERTIS ING Co., 223 W Second St., LosAngel V.fJal. Thv place advertising in pub liraiiofts ait over the world. P. Fishpr, Newspaper Advertising Aent. 21 Merchant '"Exchange Build- ving, San Francisco, is oor authorized a- frfjient. See this paper'at-his office. It a aurmcrli frt frrmVA a Rllint to S4lf cflmiiplled toJstand by and see - I. tip itiiuuuaiibb ui j-j" - : nnd nil for the want of proper reser- ' voir.-J. 'S.a .... . . 1 tt I here is not a nouow 01 any size in Apatite county, and presumably Arizona is about the same in this respect, but that if it had proper K-"- f 1, 1 m there would be developed a flood sized agricultural settlement. Will the Government help us as much as it does the East. Santiago Oitiz was hanged at Yuma, also on the 16th instant. He crime Tvas- murder. Tho negro who outraged a little white girl atLimon, Coloradowas Burned to ashes at the place where ho committed tho crime. Now Coio. wants to re-enact a death penolty law. This shows that the time for abolishing capital punishment has not come. The Haldefman brothers were hanged on the 16th inst at the ap pointed hour. The boys met death in a very cool aiid doliberat man- nor. Thoy were game up to tho la: t moment. The hisrory of tho mur der they committed is too well known to nood repetition. The Board of supervisors have delivered certificates of election to the new officers. Ever one seems satisfied and there will probably Ijo- no- contests, in Apache this year. The Republican Changes Hands. On the 16th inst the Republican announced that Mr. Randolph had old out to Dr. Vickers'and Mr. S. M . McCowan for 850,000. Tho country press of tho Terri tory mar have reason to foel glad because of the change, owing to tho grand Go-by which it has boen tho iortnor policy 'of-tho Republic to give to the small fry of tho pross. Tho now management of tho paper maybe able to make friends of the oountry pross by treating them with a little more courtesy than Mr. Randolph has done. lion. A. F. Banta gave The Herald a pleasant call on Wednes day morning. Mr. Banta certainty knows a great deal of the history of the territory, and ought to give ns the benefit of his knowledge by by writing a history of Arizona. v TheGalup Gleaner has changed it namo to: The McKinloy County Republic in. Bro. Ilondnrson gets out a good paper, and we are glad to have hime joyi tho ranks of the .grand old-.paity. Since--tho; organization of this government under the Constitution, fn 1789, wc have had twenty elect ed Presidents. Of tho whole numb- erBut fivo possessed double, names, to-wit: John Q, Adams, Wm. H. Harrison,. James K. PolW, 'TJ. S Grant aid Rutherford B. Hayes During, thoso years, from 1789 to 1900, four Vice-President have filled out unexpired terms andotUinn tho four one-Chester A. Arthur had j 0t 94 L0t 36f hlock 1, Concho, and u double name. Tho President ; improvements, former owner Jose The oloettjtf for two terms are. in the ; oclore Griego, charges 6.15. ' . . , iir t No. 122. North half of northwest .Jollowinc order, George Washing- -m'' t. . ,r . . ik h f, v. , t H ! quarter and north half of southeast ton, Thomas Jcttcr-son, James Madi-, quartersection 6, township 10. range 29 sm, James Monroe, .Andrew 171 acres and improvements, foraier Jackson,, Abraham Lincoln, U.S. t mt r vr;, iD-;,ir, 111 oy. The tour Vice-Presidents J' filled out unexpired terms, McKi who wore John Tyler, Millard Jnlmore, Andrew Johnson and Chester A. 2;0 124. North half of northwest Authur. Presidout McKinley is . quarter, section 14, township 11, north tho'OCh re-olocted for tho second j rnge 28 east and north half of north term, and is the 8th reflected to east qaarter section 15 township 11. - k suceodod himao.t. mv. auuviiuey . . - If TT.. 1 . litis -the honor to be tho first ul!ct - cd to supeou himsolt since the .--jS - . re-election of U. S. Grant tweutv - MiXcsago. MAIL DRIVER Falls Oyer a 60 Foot PRECIPICE., IS ALONE. LOST HIS., .WAY IN THE DARK. IS FOUND MANGLED AND DEAD. Last Friday night David Perer. .i r . : 1 1 - was put on tne opringeryiue mail cart as a new driver. He made the trip to Springerville all O. K.. left there at the usual time 5 p. m. and started for St. Johns, when he was about 8 miles from Springerville the horse lelt the road, as it was a dark rainy night It was impossible for any person to see any land marks whatever, so it seems that he let the horse take its own course, when the Little Colo rado it stopped and the signs show that David got out to learn what was the cause of the horse stopping. Little did he think he was in two steps of deaths door, for in faking three steps he went over the edge of a 60 foot precipice and down in to the canyon of the Little Colora do. His neck and left leg, and left arm were broken, and the left temple probably iractured. The body was found in a sitting posture beteen two rocks, but all indica tions shows that death had been instant. A search party was orga nized and sent out after the boy was missed, and Basilio Coop'-rand and the dead boy's brother, Pablo, were the first to find his remain which were brought to St. Johns, and Justice Sahiznr hold sin inquest over his bndv and found that he had died by accident. The deceased leaves five brothers, four sisters and an aged mother to mourn his lose. He was a good boy, being well known here, and no one can say aught against him. He was but nineteen years old, and has lived here for the past ten years. The Herald c-X'.undn tenderest Hvmtmthv to the bereaved and' i j griefstricken relatives. The funeral of the poor unfortu nate boy was conducted from the Catholic church on Wednesday afternoon. Tho remains were laidtore3tm the Catholic Cemeten . lfl tf,t-r'-l'llll'n"r" J-rnnmu List of Property HELD BY THE Territory of Arizona, November 19 1900,. By Tax Deed and Situated In the County of Apache. In compliance with Paragraph 2709 f the Revised Statutes of Arizona, the 'lowing describea Real Eastate will le sold, at private salo at the olBce of the Board of Supervisors, in the Court House at St. Johns, Arizona. Taxei of 181 No,-43. North half of northwest quarter of Section 14, township 11, north of range 28 east, and north half of northeast quarter of section 15, township 11, north of range 28 east, 160 acres former owner M. Jnramillo, char CP8.S15.65. No. 54. House three miles east of St. Johns lot 7, block 28, former owner Lonjinio Mora, Charges 5.00. No. 56. East half of the northwest quarter of section 21, township 8, north of range 29 east, 80 acres, former own er Mariano Martinez, charges 10.49. Taxes of IS02 No. 74. Northwest quarter section 20. township 11, range 25 east, 160 acres I former owner Louis Chaves, charges 'owner Pedro Jaramillo, charges $13.08. East half of Northeast ' quarter and east half of southeast ; H . M quarter, section 8. township 10, range m acreS) forinerowner, Nestor Jar- amill0, charges 14.05 ' nnrin ronrrM n.ni. it) fip.rPK nun iiu , rovementR. Former owner M Jara- jltm;n0 charges 21.55. S No. 141 East half of nothwestnuatrer i- - - - i 1 section 21, townshiivS, ranseSO.SO ac- res, fanner owner yi&rxvo Martinez, charges $10.30. No. 153. Southeast quater of north west quarter, section 11, township 10, range 2fi east.. 40 acres and improve ment, former owner Elifonio Olibares, charges 9.85. No. 230; Lot 7, block 70, St. Johns, former owner unknown, charges 3.15. Taxes of 1893. 'No., 56. , Fractional South half of southwest quarter of section 2, town ship 6, north range 31 east 80 acres, former owner N. E. Crossen charges 5.40. No. 92. North half and southeast quarter of south quarter of section 13, township 7 north range 30 east, and northeast quarter of section 24, town ship 7. north range 30 east, 160 acres former owner Herman Gech. charges $8.55. No. 109. Eeast half of norheast quart re and east half of southeast quarter of section 8. township 10, norh range 22 east, 360 acres, former owner Nestor jaramiii0, charges $11.70. No. 129. Lots 1 and 4, block 97, St. Johns, former owner Manuel Meatos, charges 5.50. No. 179. Northwest quarter of north west quarter of section 11, township 10, north range 28 east, 40 acers former owner Jose J. Sanches, charges 5.50. Taxes of 1895. No. 19. Lot 4 and 5 block 4 Concho and improvements, tornier owner Cornelio Atencio, charges $4.30. No. y6. Lots 1 to 22, block 77, St. Johns, former owner Alex; Shreeve, charges 5.63. Taxes of I89S. Southeast quarter of northeast quart er of section 11 township 10 north 28 east, 40 acres and personal property .former owner, Everisto Oandelanai charges $112.40. West half of southwest quarter and south half of northwest q carter of sec. 2, township 12, north range 28 east, 160 acres Improvements and personal property former owner Emitero Mareno c-h arses S32.67. West half of southeast quarter and southeast quarter of southwest quarter and southwest quarter of soutnwesc quarter sec. 23, township 11 nortn range 28 east' 160 acres, former osvner Eutimio Baca charges 30.99. JNO. T. PATTERSON. Clerk. C0R0NIC MALARIA Differs materially from ordinary chills anil fevpr. Tf in thp rpsult of Tenanted acute attacks. Tbe liver and spleen are Enncipauy anecieu. xney aci as siotb ouses for tbe malarial uoiaon and the blood takes It from them. The poison must be driven out of the system. HUD YA5T will eradi cate every trace of it. HUDYArl wili destroy the action of the poi son and eventually drive out the last particle of It from the system. In ad dition to this, HUDYAN will re store the lost ap petite. It will build up the weak ened system. HUDYAN will make new blood and new flesh. The nnlns In the bones will disappear. The befuddied brain will become clear. HUDYAN will do all this and make you well. HUDYAN has cured others and it will cure you. Wo describe the symptoms. Study them care fully. They are yours. Do not deiav long er, but take HUDYAN now and you will be cured. HERE ARE YflU-R SYMPTOMS: 1. CONSTANT HEADACHE AND TKOUULED BRAIN. The malarial poi son is circulating in the brain. HUDYAN will drive it out. HUDYAN will purify the blood and the brain will receive it in a pure state. Your headaches will dis appear and your mind will become clear. I. 2. PALE OR YELLOWISH COM PLEXION. HUDYAN will establish a free circulation of pure blood and cause the cheeks to assume their natural color. 3. LOSS OP APPETITE AND GNAW ING IN THE STOMACH. HUDYAN will clear the stomach and restore the appe tite and the digestion of food will become perfect. 4. FEELING OF WEIGHT OVER THE LIVER. This is due to the enlargement of the liver. It is filled with the poison of malaria. HUDYAN will drive out the poison and cause tho organ to assume Its "j!" HEAVINESS JN. THE REGION OF THE SPLEEN. The spleen becomes greatly enlarged. HUDYAN, by its di rect action on the malarial poison. wiU lessen the congestion and cause the heav iness to disappear. ' You are suffering from Chronic Malaria and you can be cured. The relief isiheld out to you. It Is HUDYAN. HUDYAN will relieve your every symptom and make you well. When you hayo used HUDYAN tell your friends what it has done for you. Hudyan can be obtained of all druggists for 50c per package, or sis packages for $2 50 If T?ur druKgwt does not keep It. send direct to the HUD YAN REMEDY COMPANY. San Pranrfs co or Los Angeles, Cal. Remember that you can coruft the HUDYAN DOCTORS FREE. Call and see the doctors. You may call and see them or write, as you desire. Address HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY, No. 816 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CaL Cr. Stocfcton, Markt snd Ellis Sta. San Fraaclsoo. CaL 1 YEARLY to Christian J mnn nr wnmfln to look V y after our growing business in this vl jL and adjoining Counties; to act as fl Manager and Correspondent: work h j ? can be done at your home. En- V close self-addressed, stamped en- y velope for particulars to H. A. 41 j( Sherman. General Manager, Cor .( coran Building, opposite United States Treasurv, Washington, D. v c. " 4 POFRESSIONAL CARDS. DR. H. REEVE JOHNtfON, Saffell Hotel, Spkingekville, Aiiizoxa. ALFRED KUIZ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR ney of Apache couaty. Office, in the Court House. St. Johns, Arizona. Law Offices of LOGAN, DEMOND dc HARBY, 27 William Street, New York. Walter S. Logan, Charles M. Demond, Marx E. Harby Norton Chase, Fred C. Hanford. Represented in Arizona by Hon, Nor ton Chase. Adams Hotel. Phoenix. Holbrook. St. Johns and Springerville' express. DAVID K. UDALL, Proprietor. J TIME TABLE. Leave Holbrook daily S:30 a. m. Woodruff, " 12.60 ai. Arrive rStatiea ... ..v....:7:09 p. m. 7:15 p. m. ......'....8:15 p. m. 12:00 -night . S,30 a. m. 4:00 p. m. , 12:00 night 4:00 a. m. 6:30 a. m. L ve Station " Coaeho " 8t. Johns " Ar. Springerville ' 8t. Johns. " Concho " " Station Arrive Woodruff 1:C0 p, m. 1:30 p. m. 3:00 p. m. Leave '" Arrive Holbrook 1 PASSENGER FARE. Holbrook to Woodruff Jl 00 " Concho... 4 50 " St Johns ; ,. 6 00 !' Springerville .8 00 110 UXD TRIP. Holbrook to Woodruff and return...' $1 50 "" Co .cho ' ' s 00 " ' St. Johhs ' 10 00 " Springerville 14 00 STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES 2 w on the line Fifty pounds of baggage carried free for each fuU passenger. 6000 MEALS AND AGCOMMO- furnished at the station and Woodruff. FIRST-CLASS CONVEYANCES, good teams, careful and accommodating driv ers. rVfiDCCO DfiDDICnt? all points along For full particulars inquire of any of our aseuts or postmasters along the line. JS. 11. I&ulcit, Agent. lEolbroolr, Ariz. TO THE DEAF. A rich lady, cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr." Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to this Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the ear Drums may have them free. Address No. 183. The Institute, Long cott," Gannersbury, London W., Eng land. FranciB Bacon Pianos, established in New York 17S9, made by the oldest firm in the United States : strictly high grade in every respect, equal to any piano made and at very moderate prices, taking into consideration the quality of these mag nificent instruments. General western office, Howard W. Foote& Co., 307-309 Wabash Ave., Chicago. Agents for Ari zona, St. Johns Drug Co., St. Johns, Ark Write for prices catalogue etc. OIT Y Blacksmith Shop HORSE-SHOEING Wagon 15 ep Hiring. And GENERAL BLACKRMITHING, done promptly and in a workmanlike manner. I will give Special Attention to ranch worK. 05T My shop is located about one hnndied yards directly north, from P. M. St M. I. Si, Joints. - - Ar irona ! 5 5 9 0oal "SAX a 5 0 B lu c o. 1a 0 5 3 1 s COg. ."7 o uTTi SB 2 a U3 rf -M 2a rs5 Sis 9 SS ! ! CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS. Send your business direct to WashinRton, iir , . in trt tt a Vtnt Office. FREE urallmlo-1 naves ume cosls iusa ubucj- oui "toi arr examlaatloni made." Attr's fee not Cs en til patent 'Uiecoim. jwwwHuijji.. -7' " . . .. i J ACTUAL KirtitJ-tn Ui. isoas. -now to ouuuxixrjkMuits, , etc., sens iree. raseniB procuxcu uuuuju vr. "i(46" j receive special uuwee, mu w6i ! illustrated monthly Eleven tli year terns, $1. year. I m gs AiAAfnn Late of C. A. iRow & to. it fi S DQFRS ?18 F Sr.. N. W.f C Urn UlUUhllUiWASHinGTUN, U. WANTED ACT VE MAN OF GOOD CIIARAC ter to deliver and collect in Arizona for old es tablished manfneturin wholesale house $03 a 1 year, sure pay. Hones y more than experience I required. Our reference, any hank in any city. Euclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Mannfactnrers, Third FIoor33 Dearborn St , Chics so, III LORENZOCROSBY'S SUPPLY STORE Open now BEAM for BUSINESS, On East Fork of Black River on, White Mountains. Keeps on hand a complete lino of CAMP SUPPLIES, Sheep & CattlemenTs Goods, also . , FULL LINE OF GOOD, DRY STOCK SALT, GRAIN, FLOUR, &c. will iEiLirvEaa AT ANY POINT WHERE I CAN RUN A "WAGON P. O. Address: Eagar, Apache County, Arizona. ISAAC BARTH, A Large and Complete Line of :' Groceries, LADIES' and GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS. , j Also A Full Line of Patent Medicines : 1 J. R. Armijo, Proprietor- -Fine Wines, Liquors,$- Oig;ar s, Et Oetei'a. First-class Billiard Tables. St, Johbs, SHE WAS BLIND. A blindness ccmes to me now and then. I have it now. It is queer I can see your eyes but not your nose. I can't read because some of the letters are blurred; dark spots cover them ; it is very uncomfortable. I know all about it ; it's DYSPEPSIA. Take one ' of these ; it will cure you in ten minutes. What is it I A Ripans Tabule. 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