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RT, JOHNS HERALD.
Published every Saturday
E. S. PERKINS,
Iafciistier& Proprietor.
kateredlu the Postoffice atSt. Jottos isseco?tl
cls matter. .
' SUBSQBIRCION KATES.
htjveir;. SEEfctu. . -.-. ,$2.50.
'SiSwontfas. . 1 .l
hree"onta:j. $1-00
ADVERTISING RATES
1 inch 1 mos. iT2 inos. 1,50. 3 ni5.-
2 incudes hj ok . i.ou - him". n--f""
mosf.raor..oO 1 year 7t"0...
Hates on "large contracts given on n
$ication;
THE HERALD islcept onTile.ateihe of
ficesofthe CuRTis-2zwnALi AiTvkktis
iko Co., 223 W Second St., Los Angel
es, Cal. They place advertising in pub
ITcationa alloyer the world.
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper Advertising
Agent, 21 Merchant Exchange Build
ing, San Francisco, is our authorized a
gent. See this paper at his office.
Mr. Cluis. H. Davidson Prohibi
tion Candidate for Delate to
Congress did not receive a single
vote in Apache county. ."! only
about 200 in the whole Territory.
Apache Kid wafe killed ne.ir
Tacheco Mexico. There is no great
certainty of its really heinjr the
famous outlaw but there is strong
likenesses between the. Indiu'n killed
and the famous Apache Kid-
The Cznr of Russia has been
about" to "Make adieofit." But
latest reports seem to indicate that
the heir apparent in Russia wilTn;t
get-there this time. It is our guess
there are hundreds of sicker Rus
fdans than the Czar, who will live
for a long time yet
'Many storms and ho-tvy rains
are reported from all section of
the East. Plenty of water is a
good thing and the East has more
than her share and s mutinies much
more than t-he need.. Hence ought
not to begrudge the West a million
or so dollars for water storage
Reservoirs, tha Wq.it of course pay--higher
pro-rahi.
Aiv nverrified report has it that
t fast-train on Ihe Chesnpeako and
Ohio R. R. broke thru a bridge on
Greenbrier river in Va. The
river being very high on account of
recent heavy rains, had washed
away part of the road bed and
caused the accident. It is said
200 people were on board and very
one lost their lives. The wires are
down in all direction hence no
confirmation of tin report.
'The Woman' Home Oompan
inn'' is a m-st elegant magazine
which has reached our exchange
table. Of course Christmas feature
predominate in the Dec. number'
uiid those Christmas features' are
gotten up in a manner that can not
faiMp please the most choice read
er. The lllus' rations are fine
Mast, Crowcll & Kinkpatrick,
Springfield, Ohio. $1 00 per year.
Our mineral wealth seems to
have over looked a bet, for we
observe the absence from its newsv
columns, of one of its most charm
ing, engrossing, and spell binding
editorial items: one that was deem-'of
ed so perfect in imaginativeness (?)
and jjDcidnesp, tloit it hi- been kept
standing in that paper for the past
four vears without: a change.
It Avas entitled : "William Jen- j former owner Louis Chaves, charges
mugs Bryan Our Noxt Ffa"t.' lM block Concll0i ,md
It may be however, and the o.lictal t improvemenl8 former owner Jose The
count of the votes ca-t at the recent odnre Griego, charges $6.15.
election in Mohave count v gives) No. 122. North half of northwest
much color lo the suspicion, thai Uter nd north half of southeast
,miw' .... , quarter section 6, township 10. range 29
jt genuine !) talse propnci answer j m Rcreg ftnd improvementat former
all prophetical purpose? -just a well j owner Pedro Jaramillo, charges $13.0S.
H3 any other variety in a con-1 No. 123. East half of Northeast
munity so evidently obliue. and Qtor w.d oast, half of southeast
j . quarter, section 8. township 10, range
me so paJp ibly incapable ot hs- 23, ujo acres, former owner, Knstor Jar
tinguishiug a ifaldc' wiie Irwin j aniji0, charges $14.',5.
the true. j No 124. North half of northwest
, j quarter, section 14, township 11, north
The Ten.pe News Hl.kes ti.J ranee 28 east and north! half of north
1 . . r ! east quarter, section lo township It,
usual stolid as-erti.oi vn ret.rence i Jfrjjj range 23 east, t00 acres and im-
to -Governor Murphy's leading his j j,roVt.ininis. Former owner M Jura
ticket in M-veipa eouolv ; "That 1 auiiilo, cliarges $21.55.
tlie deV;itol Reiiublican conntv j No. 141 East half of north wesl quatrer
candidates were. m:lils-ly ira-h-l ,-.iioii 21, townships ranue 29.80 'hc-
" u . . , ' rex.rarmer owner Mariano Martinez,
'off in the effort i.-h Mnrnhy. ;ciarge8 ei0-H0.
Any one who ha the mesdal er.r t. . 1.5. Sont hoist quater of nnrth
of blue piy eat mil le st uffed wil h wist quarter, teclion 11, township 10,
;iiiv Hindi peti Vfoo- ra
Morohv
led his !irkit in too many places
itutside of- Murieojvi to allow tliat
st.rv anv grjuods. lr.jMl room.
fatafeinaiter Jn-lluvd.roi j
tic Wte of VTpaiuiiv
phy lcati his ticket ,iu
Cocdnhio,, 'aud'liv did Murphy
get a. mrijnrityot 90. in Apache
'which j: tl)e irrelfc.-Uiniijirity ever
given fo any 'Congressional eahdi-
l.-iie-incfc -t he nrginization f -Apa-
hr- County? There was n sv:;n:iis!
-R tf lU'pulilican candidates hen
I to elect Murphy. In fact every
local candidate and local politician
worked for nothing hut a straijihi
ticket, hot still Murphy ran ai ead
of the f reinost m-n on the re
publican ticket. To oiK.knnAvk-ug''
only one man devoted the HonV
share c.-f hi? 'attention to Governor
Murvhy's election during the C'an"
ptfign rn Apache. If any credit is
due any
one for the Governor
inmtsome anu unnreeeueniea
majority in Apache there is where
, the honor lies.
TWENTY-HBST LEGISLATURE.
COUNCIL.
Maricopa, J. M. Ford, Dem.
Pima, J. B. Finley, Dem.
Yuma, E. S. Ives, Dem.
Pinal, George P, Blair, Dem.
Yavapai, H. T. Andrews Dem.
Graham, C. M. Shannon, Dem-
Gila, B. Claypool, Dem'
Mohave, M. G. Burns, Dem'
Navajo, Colin Campbell, Rep.
Coconino, M. J. Riordan, Rep.
Cochise, C. C. Warner, Rep.
Apache. E. S. Perkins, Rep.
ASSEMBLY.
Maricopa, P. P. Parker, Dem.
Maricopa, J. P. Ivy, Dem
Maricopa, Chas. Peterson, Dem.
Maricopa, B. A. Fowler, Rep.
Pinal, Win, Beard, Dem.
Pinal, Alex. Barker, Dem.
Pima, Sam Barkley, Dem.
Pima, A, C. Bernard, Dem.
Pima, Joe Carbett. Rep.
Yavapai, O. L. Gier, Dem.
Yavapai, F. R. Ward, Dem.
Yavapai, T.E.Campbell, Rep.
Mohave, Kean St. Charles, Dem.
Coconino, James- Walsh, Dem.
Navajo, W. J. Morgon, Dem.
Apache, Richard Gibbons, Rep.
Yuma, Jessie Crouch, Dem.
Graham, Andrew Kimpbell Dem.
Graham, E. T. Ijams, Dem.
Cochfse, Mike Gray, Dem.
Cochise, Steve Roemer, Dem.
Cochise, H. M. Woods, Rep.
Santa Cruz, A. H. Noon, Dem
Gila, C. L. Houston. Dem.
List of Property
HELD BY THE
Territory of Arizona,
November 1, 1900,
By Tax Deed and Situated in
the County of Apache.
In compliance with Paragraph. 2709J
of the Revised Statutes of Arizona, the
o) lowing describe! deal Eastate will
le sold, at private eaie at the office of
the Board of Supervisors,, in the Court
House at St. Johus, Arizona.
Tnxc of 1891
No, 43, North half of northwest
quarter of Section 14, township 11,
north of range 28 east, and uortti half
of northeast quarter of Bection 15,
township 11, north of range 28 east, 160
acres former owner M. Jaramillo, char
ges $15.65.
No. 54. House three miles east of
St. Johns lot 7. block 2S, former owner
Lonjinio Mora, Charges $5.00.
No. 56. East half of the northwest
quarter of section 21, townships, north
range 29 east, 80 acres, former own
er Majiano Martinez, charges 10.49.
Taxes or 1893
No. 74. Northwest quarter section
20, township 11, range 25 east, 160 acres
ra.n;:e easr. tu aert-s iiu .mpi)-
ment, iornir owner I'iiiioino wiiuih,
; charges 9 So
j N- .v9 ri0 7. block 70, St. .T.luis
former owner unknown, charges $3.15.
TsiX or 1893,
Fractional South half of
.N(
southwest quarter of section. 2. town-
"stiip 6,. north ranse 31 east 80 acres,
former owner N-E. Cro3sen charges,
5.40.
:Ko. 93. North half and southeast
quarter of sonth quarter of section 13,
township 7 north range 30 east, and
northeast quarter of section 2 to.va-
snip . nurm range ru east, iw acros,
former owner Herman Gech. charges
.8.5o.
No. 109. Eeast half of norheast quart-
re and east half of southeast quarter or
section 8. township 10, nor'h range 22
east, 160 acres, former owner Nestor
Jaramillo, charges 11.70.
No. 120. Lots 1 and 4, block 97, St,
Johns, former owner Manuel Mestos,
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 or 1895.
No. 19. Lot 4 and 5 block 4 Concho
and improvements, former owner
Corneiio Atencio, charges $4.30.
No. 96. Lots 1 to 22, -block 77, St.
Johns, former owner Alex. Sbreeve,
charges $5.63.
Taxes of 1898.
Southeast quarter of northeast quart
er of section 11 township 10 north
28 east, 40 acres and personal property
.former owner, Everisto Candelaria,
charges $112.40.
West half of southwest quarter and
south half of northwest quarter of sec.
2, township 12, north range 28 east,
160 acres Improvements and personal
property former owner Emitero Mareno
charges $32.67.
West half of southeast quarter and
southeast quarter of south west quarter
and southwest quarter of southwest
quarter sec. 23, township 11 north
range 28 east' 160 acres, former owner
Elltirnio Baca charges 30.99.
charges.
JNO. T. PATTERSON. Clerk.
1
A COURAGEOUS GIRL.
Florne Foley, Aged 17, Compels m
Barglar to D La upon? e at Point
ot a Revolver.
SeTenteen-year-old Florence Foley,
daughter of Contractor Michael Foley,
faced a burglar in her father's home in
Evanston, III., the other day. Ther p5
Foley residence is at 930 Main street. Iy
All of the family but Florence made a
trip to Chicago. Just as the noon hour
struck she heard the street door open,
and then there was the sound of some-
one going stealthily upstairs to the sec-
ond floor. .
Miss Foley at first thought it was her
father, but as several minutes elapsed
without any sound coming from above
she determined to investigate. Sne.
went to a desk, secured her father's re-
volver. and ascended the stens without
making a sound. She traversed a longj
hall and at the rear of the building'
came face to face with the robber. His '
pockets were bulging with the loot he '
had collected and a watch chain
dangled from his finger ends. The
brave j'oung woman realized in an in
stant what was the stranger's mission
and she leveled the pistol at his head.
"You drop those things or I'll shoot
3'ou," she declared in clear, even tones,
and the revolver never wavered from
the line with his temple.
The burglar looked down the gleam
ing barrel, glanced at Miss Foley and
poured the contents of his pockets out
on the floor. When the pocket was.
turned inside out the plucky girl invit
ed her captive to load the way to the
street door, where she gave hini his lib
erty, I
And as he started down the street
he paused just long enough to say:
"You're the gamest little wearer of
petticoats in this man's town, and Til
take off my hat to you."
BELIEVES THE BIBLE.
ReTcread Professor GoIbk to Siberia
tu Prove the Whole Earth Waa j
Covered by Deluge. n
ReT. Dr. G. . Gregorjv editor of th
Homiletic Review, has just received .
letter from Rev. Dr. George Frederick
Wright, of Oberlin college. Ohio, which
discloses the object of a trip the pro
fessor has started to make through Si
beria. He is considered an authority
on the glacial period of the earth's geo
logical history and refuses to accept
the theory that the deluge merely sub
merged the regions round about Pales
tine. He believes that when the author
of the Pentateuch said the waters cov
ered "the face of the'earth" he meant it.
Prof. Wright will go through the
mountains of Siberia, far from where
men ordinarily go. There he will make
excavations. He will dig up. the earth"
until, with the geologist's eye, he dis
covers just that stratum which should
have been- deposited during the period
in which the deluge took place. Next
he will explore the Caucasus range,'
pass down to ancient Ararat, where
tradition says the ark landed, andj
emerge from his travels somewhere
near Smyrna, Asia Minor.
If in all the mountain regions be ex
plores Dr. Wright finds the remain of
the sea for which he looks he will con-1
elude that the deluge was a historical
fact. m
Talki&gr Man of Samoa. I
Samoa's talking man, or "Tolafali,"
is a character. All the affairs of stateof ; There is a transcendent power in ex
the village in which he holds office are ' ampe. .yb reform others, unconscious
carried upon his shoulders. In ordi- jv when' -we vralk. upricrhtly. Ime.
nary he is the chief adviser, persuader,
convincer and restrainer of the leading
chiefs. Having the gift of eloquence,
he makes the most of it. He enjoys im-;
munity from many things. He cannot
be spoken of in ordinary terms. If it
should be necessary to speak of his eyes
or his mouth or his limbs, special honor-
able words must be used words which
anacn io mm alone and have jievsr
been applied to the personal parts of
nwlinorr ma-n A - V. l .1 - x .7 1 :
-j auiHu i uva
his soft, persuasive, melliftuous oratory,
with staff of office in his hand and his
fly duster thrown over his shoulder,
anyone can see that he is a man of great
importance, or, if this is not apparent
from his attitude, it may be gathered
from the attention paid to his utter
ances by gray-haired chiefs and by
youths and maidens. If the talking
man'is a clever fellow and understands
his business, he is the chief ruling pow
er of his tribe, although the nominal
headship is always vested in a chief or
patriarchial figurehead. N. Y. Press.
CHRONIC MALARIA
DlfTerj materially from ordinary chill
nd fever. It la the result of repeated
acute attacks. The liver and spleen are
principally affected. They act as store
houses for the malarial poison and the
blood takes it
from them. The
poison must be
driven out of tha
system. H U D -YAH
will eradi
cate every trace
of it. HUDYAN
will 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-
netite.
it
build up the weak
ened system.
HUDYAN will
make new blood
nnrt new flesh.
The pains in the
disappear. The befuddled
bones will
brain will become clear. HUDYAN win
do all this and make you well. HUDYAN
has cured others and it will cure you. We
describe the symptoms. Study them care
funy. They are yours. Do not deiay long
er, but take HUDYAN now and you will
be cured.
HERE ARE YOUR SYMPTOMS:
1 rnvsTANT HEADACHE AND
D
the blood and the brain will receive It
in a pure state. Your neaaacnes wm uuc
appear and your mind will become clear.
i t 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 OF APPETITE AND GNAW
ING IN THE STOMACH. HUDYAN will
clear the stomach and restore the appe
tite and the digestion of food will become
TfFEELING OF WEIGHT OVER THE
LIVER. This is due to the enlargement
f the liver. It is fllled with the poison
of malaria. HUDYAN will drive out the
poison and cause the organ to assume its
nU HEAVINESS IN THE REGION OF
THE SPLEEN. The spleen becomes
greatly enlarged. HUDYAN, by its di
rect action on the malarial poison, wiv
lessen the congestion and cauae the heav
Iness to disappear.
Yo are suffering from Chronic Malaria
and you can be cured. The relief is held
out to you. It Is HUDYAN. HUDYAN
will relieve your every symptom and
mobs vnn -well. When vou have used
HUDYAN tell your friends what It has
done for you. Hudyan can be obtained
o ah for c kasj . or
does not keep it. send direct to the HUD
YAN REMEDY CUMl-AW I , oan r rnui
co or Lob Angeles. Cal. Remember that
you can consult the HUDYAN DOCTORS
FREE. Call and see the doctors. You
may call and see them or write, as you
desire. Address
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
tfb. 818 South Broadway.
Los Angeles, C&L
Car. Stockton. Market mnA Ellis 0ts
San Franolsso. OaL
YEARLY to Christian y
mon ry wrm a n in lnnk V
after our growing business in this v
t and adjininS Counties; to act as A
lV Manager and oorresponaeni; woi k u
f can be done at your home. En- ,
V close sell-addressed, stamped en- V
velope for particulars to H. A. vl
Sherman. General Manager, Cor- A
coran Building, opposite United
v States Treasury, Washington, D.
& C. M
rot Tv-i
theg,bvIy a stevehs favorite
It will teach Mm to leid an aetlr outdoor Ufe ia
field and fbrent. It wUl gin Mm a practlaal acquaintance
with nature. It will encourage practice In shooting , which
tend to fire iteadlneu of nerre, aoouraej of eye. Thte
will be valuable qualities In after life, and, abOT all, It
will gire him health. . ,
It la aa aeearata rifle, puti arerj thot jnt where
you hold It; It light weight, graceful In outline, a bona flde
arm in appearance and construction: nothing cheep about
it but the price. Made In three.eaUbrei M, 3b and Jl
rim-fire.
No. IT Plain Open SIffbta..$8.00
So, IS Tarcet Sight 8.50
No. 19 Lysaa glgata 9.00
kit your dealer for the "Farorite;"' If be dotiat
keep it, we will tend prepaid on receipt of p-rlee.
Send tiar.p for our nne i!3-pag$ catalogs,
containing dtteriptiont of fmr entire litit cf
rifltt, target vittoU and ceetHnoHea rifi
and fUtclt, and gtntral information.
Jt STEVENS ABUB,& TOOL OO.
Bex loo . . :CIe9ee.S'aH,
GEMS OF THOUGHT.
He who shall introduce into public
affairs the. principles of primitive Chrisr
tianity will revolutionize the world.
Franklin. -
Let us help the fallen, still, though
they never payus, and let us lend, with
out exactirigthe usury of gratitude.
Thackeray.
Swetchiue. " 3
men were as anxious t'o be worthy
: q posju'on as they are to gain it, the
worjd would have more great men. j
Unitea Presbyterian. I
. j fe1 ilrto.the habit years ago of talk- I
. with God and jt becomes so natural ,
tb t in mv open spaces I do it with-
t th0lIfrht, Horace Hushnell. I
f hQu daiv offeildt daiiy repent; if
. .. . an humired, an hundred
' t-VVlV-c, luxvw, ....
thousand limes, twice, tnnce, an nun
firpd thousand times repent. Chrysos-
tom.
What a good God we have that re
members us in our low state.-thinks upon-us
when we are poor and needy and
when we need Him
neuicot
most. Jia&uu.
. Life strilces many "i uucucu,
phetic hftle note, a wwu, lAV .
happening, gives hint, liKe a tneme in
m'usjc, of something that is to be more
or less recurrent all the way alQng.
A. D. T. Whitnev.
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POFRESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. H. REEVE JOHNSON, j
r: Saff:ell Hotel,
- " Spiungebville,
AltlZOJfA. f
t
ALFRED RUIZ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR
ney of Apache county. .Office, in.the.
Court House. St. JohnsArizona.
Law Offices ofr l .
LOGAN, DEMOND & FJA-RBY, .
27 Wiljram Sfreet,- ;
New York. " -l
"Walter S. Logan,
Charles M. -Deraond,
Marx E. Harby: f :S
Norton Chase, " :
- Fred C. Hanfprd.
Represented in Arizona by Hon, Nor
ton Chase. Adams 'Hotel, Phoenix.
Holbrooke Johns' and
Sprinprville T fixpRES5.
DAVID K. UDLlSr Proprietor.
TIME TABLE,
Leave Holbrook aaily lUl
Woodruff; " v
Arrive Station ''L.
...9:S0 a. n.
...12.60 m.
..7:00 p. xn.
..7:15 p. m.
...9:15 p. m.
L Ye Station
' Concho " y
" St Johns
. 12:00 night
Ar. SpringerTllli .a. . .z7&. . . .
Laave ji? "XVf,....
" st. rohn V"'c.'.:..-r:....
" Concho i""'&??J9t..X
" Station - ' .....V.T
Arrive Woedruff "
Leave " J
Arrive Holbrook ' c
8,30 a. m.
4:00 p. m.
12:00 night
4:00 a. ru.
.6:50 a. m.
.1:00 p, m.
.1:30 p. m.
3:00 p. n.
PASSENGER, ARE.
Helbroolc to Woodruff , .i 00
" Concho ... 4 so
" St Johns 6 00
" Sprlhgecvlllewjg. 8 0
rounjd'tmp
Helbrook to Woodruff and relura ?i 50
" Concho is? 8 00
" 8t. Johhs f5;v? 19 00
spnngerville ' -;" u oo
STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES
allowed at
any point
on the line
Fifty pounds of baggage carried free for each
full passenger.
6000 MEALS AND AGGOMMO-
UA I lUilU furnished at the station and
1,,UltV Woodruff,
FIRST-CLASS CONVEYANCES,
good teams, careful and accommodating driv
ers.
EXPRESS CilRRIEDnt"ft
rates.
For full particulars Inquire of any of our aeuts
or postmasters along the line.
JT. K. lliilett, Agent.
Holbroofr, Ariz.
TO THE DEiF.A rich ladv, cured
of lierDeafhess 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 Drams may have them free.
Address No. 183. The Institute, "Long
cott'. Gunnersbury, London V7., Eng
land. Francis Bacon Pianos, established in
Now York-" 1789, made by the oldest firm
inthe 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
nificpnt instruments. General western
office, Howard W. Foote& Co., 307-309
"Wabash Ave., Chicago. Agents for Ari
zona, St.TohnsDrug Co., St. Johns, Aril.
Write forprices catalogue etc.
O I T Y
Blacksmith Shop
31 A RES 17S CIIR f ST JB1SEIV.
HORSE-SHOEING
. Wagon Repairing:.
And GENERAL BLACKflMITHING, done
promptlyaifd In a workmanlik; maHner.
'twill give Special Attention to ranch wonr.
JW My. .shop is locatcd-aboutona handled
yards directly north from C 31. it 11. I.
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CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS.
COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.
; Send your business direct to Washington,
My offleo ctote to V. S. Patsnt 02c e. TZSS rmMmi.
arr tz&mls&Uo&s aada. Attr. ttc cat mi
! ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How to obtain Pattn ta
i etc.. set frea. Pattata wocare ttoraxh E. g. sines
reeire special sctfea, without krg, ia vi
INVENTIVE ACE
Uluitrated raontiOy nvsB& year Usmi, $1. ytr.
i wiwHMuviwAininiiTon. a. c.
WANTED ACTiYEMAN OP GOOD CHAftAC-
ter tQ dellver dnd collect, in Arizona for oW
toUJaht.d manfncturinv? Avhqhjsale house $SW a
year, sure pny. Ilones.y more than experierce
requircd. Ourrference, any bonk in any city,
j Enclose seif-addiessed stamped envelope:
hdranufactnnrs, Third FloorSSt Dearborn St.,
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LORENZOCROSBY S
SUPPLY STOEE
Open now READY for BUSINESS,
...On. East Fork of Black River on,. White Mountains
Keeps on hand a complete line of
-CAMP SUPPLIES, Sheep & Cattlemen's Goods, also a
FULL LINE OF GOOD, DRY STOCK SALT, GRAIN, FLOUR, cce.
WILL DELIVER tJ
.AT ANY POINT WHERE I CAN RUN A WAGONt ;
P. O. Address: Eagar, Apache Ceumty Arizeaia..
ISAAC BARTH,
DEALER I3T
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
A Large and Complete Line qf
Groceries,
LADIES and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Also
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HIM
J. R. Armijo, Proprietor-
Fine Wines, Liquors,-
Oigaris, jEtOeterav
First-class Billiard Tables.
St, Johrs,
SHE
A blindness comes to mc now and then. I have it
now. It 13 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 ir ; tfs DYSPEPSIA. . Take one,
of these; it will cure you in ten minutes.
What is it ?
A Rinnns Tabula
WAKTZD.-A cue of bad hralta tht R-I-P'Jl-N-s will not benefit. Ttiej bnalsh p&la aad BroJonzHJ.
Oire glv n-lief. Kote ttio wonl IfM'-A-NU on the package rind accept no ubsUute. n-ri-i- H.
tO for S cont or t wrl yc paekrls fnr cenU, may 1 lmt at any drutf tore; Trn najnytra and :ie t--iMvi
tMtlmonUils will be mulled u auy uddrcss fer 5 ctuU. ronTarUed to tke Rlpaa Ciamlcat -V.v
13 Spruce a u. New York. i ;
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PACE
cumference of Old Earth in
so many different directions. "Foreign parts" are no longer
foreign in the old meaning of the term. Europe, Africa, Asfa,
are "next door" to us. What happens there to-day we know
to-morrow if we read THE CHICAGO .RECORD, whose
Special Cable Correspondents are located in every important
ciiy in ihe world outside of the United States. JVb other.
American newspaper oyer attempted so extensive a service;
and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news serric
of The Associated Press. For accurate intelligence of the
stirring events which are snaking the nations of wars ani
rumors of wars of the threatening dissolution of old govern
ments and the establishment of new of the onward sweep f
the race in all parts of .the world the one medium of ths
most satisfactory information is the enterprising, "up-to-date"
American newspaper, THE CHICAGO RECORD.
TFfn v-.t7- A larse map or the vorld
3L-4 QJf 1 lncfees In size, beautifully
cbarce on recelnt of
cover postage and jwrappin?. The. maps 1llu3ira.te'?clearjjr. bow comprebealTljtttSSa
siecial'cablel6ervice.of The Chicago Recobb eovcrs-thejcaUw oivillzea worIL"f1'JLd-
A Full Line of Patent Hcdicintit1
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2) BfitSa
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WAS BLIND.
AND
are practically annihilated
by the ocean cables and
land telegraph systems
whiciiow belt the cir
oa Mercator's Prolectlon. bet2Sril
printed in colors, with, a lar?e-sm may
reauest accompanied Lv t-vro 2-eentista.HanTi
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