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"A" i ."Ml - - - - .5, IP?? KEBVQUS WEAKLY DELICATE FAUE SICKLY VIN MARIAN I MAS 5W0 THE TEST Of 35 YEARS CI0B& 6Y TMI MEOlCAL FAOILTY AU. OVSJI THi WGRUfc ' ST. JOHNS HERALD. Published every Saturday E. 5. PERKINS, Prtllsfccr & Proprietor. X4terd ia thePoatotHce at St. Johns as second cl&M matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 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 year $5. 2 inches 1 mos. $1,50 2 mos. $2,50, 3 mos. $3. 6 mos. $4,50 1 year $7,50. Kates on large contracts given on ap plication. THE HERALD is kept on file at rhe of fices of the Coktis-Newhall Advertia xx Co., 223 W Second St., Los AngeN s.Cal. Thoy place advertising in pub lications all over the world. THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW- The enow, the beautiful snow, Comes down upon ub or we go. Yes, comes from the clouds nbove And fills all our hearts with Jove. The Sheepman smiles to a grin, The farmer smiles buck again. The cowman feels happy too For all the long summer thru The cattle for grass won't moo. The sbeep on tall grass will feed, The swain for water won't need : So our hearts will still be light Pockets full of sheckles bright. So here's to you, pretty snow, But don't fail to duly go. GOOD NEWS TO SHEEPMEN. Tho following letter received from the forest Supervisor at Show Low tells all stockmen' how to proceed with reference to grazing waiters t Grazing will be permitted on Black Mesa Forest Reserve from Apr. 1 to Oct. 31st 1901 inclusive on following conditions : All applicants will state the number of each different kind of etock, "Will conform to all requirements eUted in application and permit. Will make application and receive permit before moving stock upon the Reserve. Blank applications wiil be sup" plied on receipt of request for same W. H. Bo wen. Supervisor - Show Low, A. T. vThi sets at rest the numerous Tepnrtt that the sheep would be denied the range in the Black Mesa Forest Eeserye. Apache County is ppun spared from the execution erV block, in spite of tho bitter threats of southern agitators on the question. And we are duly thankful to the men in charge of the matter for their just dinpofal of the question. Kepreeentative Levy, of New York, has introduced a bill designed to carry out the suggestion of th"3 New York Chamber of Commerce as to the exchange of gold coin for other kinds of money. The hill provides that wherever any piece jJ"f money coined or issued by the : nited States exceeding the denora , ination of one dollar, shall be pres ented at the Treasury and demand made for gold coin in exchange tlierefor,th3 Secretary of the Treas- nry shairtuiake such exchange in gold coin. k PLASTERING. , . , . - ti since that hrmf rtieln touched upon some plastering that was re- c 'fitly done in town, many are the hot invectives that have bnen hurled at 'e meek and humble edititor. Our esteemed friend. Million', a high minded deep (?) thinker, a lo gician (?) and architect (?) makes the following eloquent (?) remarks on the eudject : 1. The Herald man don't know what he is talking about. 2. The people will not pny any attention t tiie article. 3. That article has terribly jured the prospects ol the Academy as a school. 4. The people will now be dis satisfied with the building. 5. That some one outside of this office put us up to write that article. 6. That the people will not bear us out in our statements. 7. The reason the plastering is so rough is that the walls are so rough that it was almost impossi ble for any one to do a good job. 8. That we should have said Mormon people where we said pen. pie (Well if he is not willing to accept the compliment implied by the omission, which would indicate that those who built the Academy, were realty THE people, then we make the correction.) Now, we make no claims at depth of grey matter nor to profieiency in syllogistic reasoning, but we can clearly see that any one who has reached tlw intellectual standard of a Tapayaxin can easily see that at least half the above statement of our lovfog friend, must be short on veracity. We are willing to let every one who will take a good look at that plastering be his owu judge, and if a majority do not agree with us, we then will get a scorching from a ma jority of the follcH interested, which we will take with the best grace. Now we shall close this incident. We hope that somo genius may hit upon a plan whereby the interior of tliat otherwise elegant building inav be replastered and mado to look on an equality with the out side. And may the school which it is intended to accommodate be as great a success as the imagina tion can picture. Here are two maxims to think of when you meet a kicking commit teeman : 44 It is the hit dog that howls," and- 4,Yerily it is the truth that hurts." The Building Committee, thru one of its members, Mr. J. T. Les uenr. has made subtantially the fol lowing' correction of our last weeks impressions which we incorporated into an article orr home industry with special reference to plastering : 1. Only one home plasterer could be induced to make any bid on the contract. His name is Bigelow and as his bid was too high he was asked to consider a smaller sum but refused to do so. 2. The other home plasterer, by name, Waite, refused to make any bid, but said he would work for the successful bidder. 3. Mr. Lewis from Navajo Co.. was employed with tlie express un derstanding that he employ Mr. Waite at $3.00 per day. 4. When Lewis came to go to work Waite refused to work for him at the price all agrtel upon. 5. The Committee insists that the plastering is good. Several other statements are made to show that home industry has been treated fairly in this mat ter. But as the gentleman waited on us in the eleventh hour we can n l deyote much more space to the matter this week. But we wish to invite the tribunal within whose jurisdiction this case properly falls to' lay a, straight edge against those walls, and then say whether or no the news man had a right to say a bum job had been done. As to the home industry racket we shall now await developments for if the committee tells the truth then it is not the committee who is to-bin me on that point. But if the committee had to send away, why did they not insist on having the job properly done? The House Committee-on publiG lands, to whom was referred the bill for the relief of occupants of lands included in the Algodones grant . , ( ...ii,T rannrt in Arizona, have favorably report- ed the same. The bill permits the Hrn of eight and nine make clever settlers on the grant, wbioh has shoph'fters. Sometimes two women r , , , ... , , i. Kn ( T?ork together and then it is very dif heen declared illegal, to iiae the!ficult for the detective to trap them (irsl right to pre-empt the lands Women detectives are valued and well ,i .. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL ,t r..nl ? SbckCTaky O. H. Akew fheiilx. rnRASDRER. - - T ? Peniberton . . Wircnix inp Pub INST N K. L I.njr Phoenix. . vunrror G. w. vicfcer Pn-sott. T70BSEV HES " r Ainwiiriu . -oir. GeneraL' R Altyn Lewis.. ..Phoenix. SUPREME COCRT Vebstbr Stuert. Chief Jrttlie Phoenix. 1 u hiTTc mpat( Justice Tucson. i r nnx'w Assnrinte Justice.- ...Florence. M. Doan. Associate Justice.. ... Florence ; E. Sioav. Associate Justice. ...... E X. S. Mobbisok, U.S.lJWr.i'oriiej.irri-.. V. M. Gbiffitk, U. s. Marshal uiooe. j COUNTY OFFICIALS. I A, V, Gibbons J Chainaan AnARDOFSnpBBVisoHS L. J. Brown. I j.T . Patlerson.Clerlc. I luarterlyneetlng8)f the Board will Le hold first MondAy in Jan., April, Julyand Oct. SESct aeV:: :: I Je-obpeb, J-T. Patterson ; ST or bi CoGbt:"3: isionn i PKoBATK JunoB .. .John T.Hogiic in-,r April and the first Monday in October, TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE. COUNCIIi. I i Maricopa, J. M. Ford, Dem. Pima, J. B. Finley, Dem. Yuma, E. S. Ives, Dem. Pinal, George P, Blair, Dem. Yavapai, U. T. Andrews Dem Graham, C. M. Shannon, Dem Gila, S. B. Clay pool, 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. lyiaricopa, 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 Bark-ley, Dem. Pima, A. C. Bernard, Dem. Pima, Joe Carbett, Rep. Yavapai, O. L. Gier, Dem. j Yavapai, F. R. Ward, Dem. Yavapai, T: E. Campbell, Rep: Mohave, KTean 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. Ijam&, Dem. Cochise, Mike Gray, Dem. Cochise, Steve Roemer, Dem. Cochise; H. M. Woods, Rep. Santa Cruz, A H. Noon, Dem- Gila, d. L. Houston. Dem. WILHELMINA'S HUSBAND'. Prla Hemrr Will Not Cat Figara la Ketacrlitad Politic. Any The future orince consort of Hoi- land, Prince Henry, will not be an important personage politically. In fact, he will have no excuse for mix ing in politics if he had the desire to do so. He may share the queen's pop ularity by being just the good hus band of his wife, an exemplary head of society and, above everything else, g patriot. The parliament, the cabi net, the council of state (in which the regency was vested) for all purposes of government exeTeise legislative and executive power. They are the root, stem and branch; The queen is the flower. Her husband has no place in the constitution and would be ill-advised indeed to try to create one, says & foreign exchange. Although Prince Henry bears a high rank in the German army, he is not German. The proud boast of his house is that they are Wends that is ttf ay, Slav. Nothing annoyed the lat corote de Paris more than to read in the papers thathe was the eon of a German princess. He claimed that she waa Wend. As a child, she WM called by her erudite tutor "the queen of the Wenda." The grand dukes of Mecklenburg-Schwerin have 'also been from, time inimefaoriai princes of the Wends. The high sense of dignity shown by their daughters" in not changing their religion, as they might & garment, is surely no German characteristic HAKE GOOD DETECTIVES. JtmMW ean Seem Adapted ta the Werk at FerretlBK Oat Crimea. In New York city and the surround ing towns almost 100 women are en gaged in detective work; in Chicago the number of women similarly em ployed is quite large, says the Chron icle. A large percentage of these wom en are employed in the big stores, where shoplifting is ao commonly practiced, that the head of one large establishment said: "We could no more do without a detective in this store than we could do without a model to show off our gowns." The dodges of shoplifters are innumera- ble. Some wear long capes and slip eT 01 u. J, Passemenxerie, , jcatucis tiuu uauu.K.ercJiieiB uuuer their arms; others wear outer skirts with long- slit concealed by the gath ers, so that they can slip their thefts into pockets in an nnderdress known &s a "kickshirts." Handkerchiefs and gloves are tucked into muffs and bod ices, and, worse than all, children are pressed into the service. One success ful woman thief tucks lace and em broidery and any knick-knacks she can lay hands on down the backs of her two little children, who are ex quisitely dressed; others instruct j their small daughters to take any- vaeir Biutui uauLriifccr w mice any j paid when they are skillful. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE). &ee Points About Houe FHralBfeiagT kad Other Matters of k. Do mestic Nature. In decorating a room, if the furni ture that goes in it is already in pos session, that should be carefully con sidered before the tones of color are de- cided up)n A room fijlej yth. fine 1A mnrr ; ET,mlcd & ""J ." because of a sage-green coloring in. J walls and draperies. Yellow and white, 1 the walls yellow and woodwork white, would haTe made the apartment beau- tiful, says the New York Post. Colored effects in table glass are still popular, andl more than the delicate colors are represented. Eed in graded tones is a favorite, and some specimens in a fairly bright blue are also shown. The color is rarely solid- throughout the vessel or dish, but shades prettily, a for example, has the stems uj. giaestw. icu 6- , witn tne stopper of tne aeoanier m match. The rest of the articles are in a pale shade, scarcely ofE white, of the color. Taffeta portieres have been seen in some of the more sumptuous country houses. The silk is of a heavy quality and of extra width and finish. They cannot, however, dispute the palm with the velveteens and cordiuroys that are shown this autumn in the most beau tiful tones of color. These fall in artistic folds andf with a grace that is equaled by almost no other portiere fabric. A handsome and appreciated' wed ding gift to a bride setting up houses keeping is a silver serving-dish. If one or two friends can select together a pair of these dishes, with a platter per haps from a third giver, the set in sim ilar ornamentation, the table-service of the new household will be well started. Whole dinner sets of china are now lit tle sought after, handfcome sets of plates being chosen in preference, to be used with various silver serving dishes. Rice passed through the coffee-mill to remove the flavor of coffee before spices are ground is said" to be better than bread crumbs for the same pur pose. The rice may serve, too, after the spices, to restore the mill to it primary service, and this latter hand ful of rice, impregnated as it is with spices, will be found an excellent addi tion to soup. Many good cooks often throw in" with the rice, barley, or ver micelli added 0 soup a clove or two and a couple of pepper-corns. s NEW VIEW OF MATRIMONY. Official Oplfaloaa That tt Is t&olKfctl's Proper and Particular Profession. School boards and the post office de partment agree in holding that matri mony is woman's profession and voca tion, and that when a woman marries she secures means of livelihood and has no right to engage in other pur suits to the exclusion of men or of women who are not married In Norfolk, Va., a woman employed as a teacher, being aware of the rule excluding women having husbands to support them, married secretly, and when the fact was discovered she was forced to resign. But she decided that she would rather teach than be a wife, and she offered to obtain a divorce in order to retain her place This remarkable offer was rejected by , the school board, which may or may not have won thereby the gratitude of the gentleman who has the happiness to be the lady's husband, and she promptly employed counsel to sue the city for breach of contract. In the case of a clerk in the Indian apolis post office, the Washington au thorities have ruled that when a fe male employe gets married she must resign and leave the government serv ice. It remains to be seen whether the general adoption of such a rule will tend to discourage matrimony or di minish the fervor of woman's desire to do man's work in the world, observes the Philadelphia North American. Surely not all women could be induced by the prospect of a small salary to divorce their husbands or to remain spinsters all their lives. f Asiin YEARLY to Christian man or woman to look y k after our growing'business in this L and adjoining Counties? to", act as A Manager and Correspondent: work A Y nan be done at your home. En- ), 7 close self-addressed, stamped en B velope for particulars to H. A. X; Shermau. General Manager, Cor ( coran Building, opposite United mrthine' von invent or improve: also gen CAVEAT .TRADE-MARK. COPYRIGHT or DESIGN! PROTECTION, tend model, sketch or photo, fiirfreecxamlnntii'ii Hiul advice. BOOK OK PATEHTSfeforaffi 5. A, BmOW is. CO.j Patent Lawyers. WASH IN GTO N , i&g$Eff&&wS& .oHaio, M 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c Cnvnnn sendln & elrevcb and description may oulcWy ascertain our opinion free whether an iiTentlon is probably patentable. Conimunica tlom strictly confidential. Handbook on PatenU sent free. Oldest aijency for Becurinepatenta, Patents taken throaph Munn & Co. recelv tpccial notice, without enarge, la the Scientific Htnericatn A handsomely illustrated weekly. T.nrce3t cir culation of any sciontlUc Journal. Terms, S3 a year: four months, ?L Bold by all newsdealers. Ml M & Co.361Broad New York Branch OI09. C36 F St, Washington. P, C POFRESSIONAL CARDS. DR. H. REEVE JOHNtiON, Saffell Hotel, Spkingerville, AmzoXA. ALFRKIH RUIZ, A TTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR-:fJ- jey of Apache countv. Office, in the Court House, St. Johus, Arizona. Law Offices of .LUtrAIN, DEMOND & HARBY, 27 William Street, New York. Walter S. Logan, , Charles M. Deraond, J' . 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. TIME TABLE. Leave Holbrook daily g:3Q a. m. Woodruff ; 12.60 ax. 7:00 p. m. ....7:15 p. m. 9:15 p. m. Arrive Station " L ve Station " ' Coneho " " St Johns " Ar. Springerville " 12:00 night ...8,39 a. m. . 4:00 p. m. ..1'2:00 night .. 4:00 a. m. ...6:80 a. m. ...1:00 p, m. ...1:30 p. m. r 8:00 p. m. Laave " " St. Johns " Concho " Station Arrive Woodruff Leave " u. Arrive Holbrook " PASSENGER FARE. Holbrook to Woodruff $1 00 " Concho 4 59 " St Johns ,. 6 00 " Springerville 8 00 ROUND TRIP. Helbrook to Woodruff and return $1 50 " Concho ." 3 00 " St.Johhs " woo " Springerville " 14 00 STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES allowed at any point on the line Fifty pounds of baggage carried free for each full passenger. 6000 MEALS AND ACCOMMO DATIONS furnished at Woodruff. the station and FIRST-CLASS CONVEYANCES, good teams, careful and accommodating driv ers. FXPRESS G4RRIFniSe"'Knr rates. For full particulars inquire of any of our ageuts or postmasters along the line. Jf.TS.. Ilulett, A sent. IKolbroolf , 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," Gunnersbury, London W., Eng land. Francis Bacon Pianos, established in s New York 1789, 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 Ara Write for prices catalogue etc. Blacksmith Shop MARINUS CHRfMTEIVSEN. HORSE-SHOEING Wagon Repairing:. And GENERAL BLACKSMITHING, done promptly and in a workmanlike manner. I will give Special Attention to ranch work. 3F" My shop is located about ono handled yards directly north from C. M. & M. J. St. JokuK, - Arizona 8 i S22bb IPSE PiUli B B 3 Be. S: 2 B 2.6n no 2a '4 4 tf on W rag." rg- 3 as .-it CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, t fiOPYRIfiHTS AND DESIGNS. Send yonr business direct to Washlngrton, saves timo, costs less, better service. U7S until CitOBt eiVEH 19YEAK3 ACTUAL EXPHEXENCE. Eooi "Eowtc t tain PatenU," etc, seat Ires. PUsti jroenxed tirosgi E. Q, Slggert recelva special B.tfce, without cosrge, la tae INVENTIVE AGE Ulutrated soathly Beveatb year terns, $1. a yew. b U N hHN 918 F St. , N . W . 1 ;i U UIUU ! SI vi WASHINGTON 0. c. WANTED ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHARAC ter to deliver and collect In Arizona for old es- ( tabli3hed m.anfucturimr wholesale house ?901 a , year, sure pny. Ilonesiy more than experience required. Our reference, nny bank In any city. I Enclose self-a Jre-sied -stamped envelope. I Manufacturers Third Floor33t Dearborn St., Chicago, IU LORENZOCROSBY S SUPPLY STORE Open now READY for BUSINESS, Oii" East Fork of Black River on, White Mountains, - Keeps on band a complete line of CAMP SUPPLIES, Sheep & Cattlemen's Goods, also FULL LINE OF GOOD, DRY STOCK S:YLT. GRAIN, FLOUR, ic. WILL XELIJi:Ei AT ANY POINT WHERE I CAN RUN A WAGONS 1. O. AdtEressr Eagar, Apaclie County, Arizona . ISAAC DEALER IILsT GENERAL MERCHANDISE A La7ge and Complete Line of Groceries, , LADIES' and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also 11 MM J. R. Armijo, Proprietor- -Fine Wines, LiquorI,f - Cigars, 3Et Cetera. First-class Billiard Tables. St. Johcs, f SHE WAS BLIND. A blindness ccmes to me now and then. I have I?" now. It is queer I can see your eyes but not your nose. I can't read because some of the letters are blurred; dsxh. spots cover tht&i ; it is very uncomfortable. I know all about it ; it's DYSPEPSIA. Take, oncK of these ; it will cure you in ten minutes. ; 4 What is it? " v A Ripans Tabule. WANTED. A eat of bad beottfe tfcat IW-P'A-K- will t WioSt. TV; &sh puts. anJ -Ooa clTea relief. Ht th-wora R-I-P-A'NTi o pauv oaU aect uUtnnta. &iri - x!a teetlmonlal will be mailed W any a4are r-i teak tiaA to ti &-u c baait o . M Sprue 8t New York. . - ' rV T LZk L. f 7 feS ccmfercnce of Old Earth ia ro many different directions. "Foreign parts' are no longerr " foreign in the old meaning of the term. Europe, Africa-, Asfe, are "next door" to us. "VVhat happens there to-day vre kno to morrow if we read THE CHICAGO RECORD, whos . Special Cable Correspondents .are located in every i?nporizn -city in the world outside of the United States. No cihitr ' American newspaper ever attempted so extensive a seryice and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service- of The Associated Press. For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which are shaking- the nations- of wars and rumors of wars of the threatening dissolution of old goveriL- ments and the establishment the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising, "up-to-date" American newspaper, THE CHICAGO RECORD. eharce on receipt or recuesc rccfijnipanlcci ty nvoi'-ccmseiiapjgca cotc oofitace and wrspplnir. The maps Kmuial raM'- service of The Chicago-Recokd tit h Trris Chicago Eecoku. 1SI Madison, s BARTH A Full Line of Patent Mediciae FRWIMV jll uiiiiuUii Aeizoca AND are practically annihilated - b)vtha occis cables sndv 1-j.Zid ti5ieirrfl.Tih cvtitmsT- rei j r j Jte3 v.hich notr belt the cir- of new ot the onward sweep c lIlu.tr.ito ciorr!r novr ccmivcttoairrfc S-s eorrs tho on lire cm.lxiu . world;. Jj - trcsv, OJiIuoso. f s is.-. t "if' ' A. r , . . ... 1 - ..