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XVIH. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1901. NUMBER 11. nits! 9 t At t ; ;' i -.. .i ! tv , Tlif ST;- JOHNS HERALD. J. S.J"Haydex, - - Editor. O. E. Qversqn, - Business Mgr. Territory. or tne enterprise nit er cord m the Ives gang by the PnblUhed every Saturday at St. J1,n? Apache County, Arizona, and entered ct the J'O tofliee.asJSecond CIhes Mail JUtter, clear purpose for which the suit was instituted fails, (We read between the lines of the various Ives papers of the TYe know that Mills tend- ADVERTISING B.ATKS. l ini-li 1 trios. $1.2 mos. $1,50 3 m'os. $2. -G-mos. $3. 1 year $5. 2 iiidies-TSnf a. Vo0 2 mo. $2,50. 3 mo3 $3. 6 moW-iOl year $7,50. Itutes on .large contract? given on ap plication 2 wajT the3r kicked at his position.) We are sure that this suit has only the object of trying" to co erce the Governor into expending the prison appropriation. We hope the move fails and that the prison is removed at the next setting of the Legislature. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. JOneyenr . $2.50. :jix inonths 1.50. TlfYee months ..l.0U. jl . OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL " .. Til .. GJvckkuR wuniuy.v....irHu:ui . So.;tTABy.. C. Hs Akers Phenix. y -HAi'itRB, -. T W. pf mtoertou ... Phoenix 8 P Pi-'C IsstS..R. L . l-wiitf Phoenix. A nnoK, G. W. Yicier? Prcsoott. X JfronNEY (iEX... C. F. A'.nsworth .Phtcnix. AzuT.jGnxr.KAt ...R. Allyn LewU--..rboci.x. SUPREME COURT Werstkr Strew. Chief JaHfiC- Phoenix. . i Q . k.avt!. Associate Justice Tucson- F. 7H. feoAy, Associate Justice Florence. R.'Ei'Sw)A-, Associate Justice Prescott K.ir 'J'oitn-soN. U. S. Dist. ttorney, Prescott. V M. OKirnTH. U. S-Mnrshrtl ..... Gl"Ve. - tMMerk JTiioma?, Gbikdfxx Phoensx. ' -Citric V. . Ccurt . . . . V . C EosTrn . XPlsocnix. tj) TSMCT AlTOSlSFY. !tC4ofeir.it, . 3 COIJXTY OFFICIALS. 'f f A, V, Gibbons J " I (.h airman. - ,.t oKSLafERVJsus;s O. A. Conklln, ; Henijjno Lopez, - IMonico Garol-i, Clerk "pj-tfcrly'neetlntrFnr the Board will be held Fl-;rMtindHr in Jnn.. AprtVJiilyurl Oct. ". i fr Leand ro O rtega ,. Alfred Ruiz Monico Gan'ia Tijf&suneR., T. C.JKni Jf-.nrsR ur the U.strictCoput...R. E" 'Sloan Vwiixrr.Jiwfty. John T.IIocui! .brjcof ConuT. John T.-Hogue Tj3nf.of tbe District Court, third Monday; April amltho first Monday In uutobcr. '7 t Giiizen Wilson's Suit Sun declares tliat "prosc- Uncle 5am naturally 'feels his oats" a little when he reads an editorial in a London paper ad vising the British and other European governments to pledge themselves not to infringe on the Monroe doctrine. We could and would make any country that in fringe upon that doctrine regret it, but that would not prevent our appreciation of voluntary pledges not to infringe upon it. Two hundred acres, embracing the important points in the bat- ftle-ficld of San Juan, Cuba, have been bought bjr the U. S. govern ment, wnicn will noia it as a reservation and have it laid out as a beautiful park. It is said that the idea was first suggested 03- President Roosevelt, Are 3rou in need of a new suit, ! Pants or Over coat? If so call 011 us and have your measurement taken. We have one thousand of the latest samples to select from. Prices are reasonable. fit and satisfaction gurante.ed. Respt. St. Johns Drug Co. Improves the flavor and adds to the health fulness of the food. Superlative in Strength and Parity. PHICE BAKING POWDER COu CHICAGO. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative-Rromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. Y. Grove's signature each box. 25c. is on llhe Yuma iSe'Hator Ives is diligently . -cuting his tax-priyers'suit a gainst 'Kx-Auditor Vickers and Gov. Murphy. Certainly he is diligent alow, for the voters of Yuma county will hardly return him to ttheLegislaure to set his record right with the laboring man un less he can compel Gov. Murphy ntb iuiluence the. Board of ..Control 4to spend the $30,000 dollar ap propriation on that Territorial dfegrace, the Y unia pen. sSenator Ives is raising the ned a13)ut a sum of money less than one third of the amount he wants rsJuandered in Yuma county. :Not much longer are the -other ,-qounties of Arizona going to sub liit to the enormous expense of sending prisoners to the Territor ial prison located in the edge of XBalifornia and nearer to the bor ler of Mexico than to the border of the majority of the counties pf tSic ,Territor3T. ,,ghe people' of Arizona "will demonstrate at the next election that they believe that Charity begins at home, hence they will ; Death of "Uncle Jim." While Mr. Wallace and his companion were riding in a bug- gy tne team Decame irignienea and ran away throwing the com panion or ivir, Wallace out or the buggy and afterward himself. Mr. Wallace being the teamster when he was thrown from the vehicle caught in the lines and was drug until he lost concious ness which he never regained. The people of St. Johns were sorrowfully surprised to hear of the death of Jim Wallace." Mr. Wallace was long a respectable anil well liked resident of St. Johns. He spent several years of his life editing the Hhraid and during his career in this line he gained a reputation of high esteem with the citizens of ihis county. We are sorry to learn of the death of "Uncle Jim." It came to our ears an unexpected blast that shocked the whole communi ty. But we have nothing but words of praise for Mr. Wallace. For kindness and charity he had few equals. He spent 6S long years upon this earth of hard labor and now he passes to the great beyond where peace and rest pre vails. He leaves behind no earthly treasures but far better he leaves a reputation that will live for maii3' years and be a credit to him. President Roosevelt's first message to congress was com pleted this week and read to the Cabinet, which was unamious in in approving it. The wording of the message will not, of course be made public until it goes to Congress, but there is high authority for sa3'ing that upon the general question of reciproci ty treaties President RcoseVelt stands where the late James G. Blaine and the late President Mc Kinley stood he favors an5r re ciprocity that will widen our foreign markets without injuring our home industries or reducing either the pay or the emplo3ment of 4-erican workingmen. Sen ator Foraker, just after a confer ence with President Roosevelt, stated the case in a nutshell when he said: "We must have no re ciprocity at the expense of pro tection." That is the republican failing. If vou need any thing m the ready to wear line call at the Drug Store. The3r have just opened up a nice line of Capes, Jackets, Cloaks, Wrappers, Skirts, Shirts Waists, Fasci nators, Union Suits, etc. etc. Call and examine our goods. No trouble to show goods. A Pdnter for Inventors. If 3rou wish your patent busi ness properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT & CO,, PAT ENT LAWYERS, opposite U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. The3r have no dissatisfied clients. Write them for their confidential letter; a postal card will bring it, and it ma3r be worth money to you. See their advertisement elsewhere in this paper. Arizona. Under Supreme A Nctt Vitrlnble Stnr. Mme. Ceraski, of Moscow, lias discov ered in the constellation Cygnus a star of between llie eighth and ninth mag- ;send men to the next Legislature riations in its ,.ght It belongg tothe : who are in favor of placing the .same type of valuable stars as the cele- Tne German Ambassador to the U. S., who returned to Wash ington this week from a visit to German3r, assuered Secretary Ha3' that the stories alleging that Germany was seeking to secure a coaling stations on this continent were absolutehr without founda tion in fact and expressed the personal opinion that these stories had their origin with parties who were interested in stirring up strife between Ger mairy and the U. S. Secretar3' Hay told the Embassador that, while this government had not at any time believed that Ger many was engaged in any under handed method of tr3'ing to se cure coaling stations on this con tinent in violation of the Monroe doctrine, his assurance was highl3' gratifying and conld not Let us. annex Arizona. the decisions of the Court it appears to be uncertain whether a territor3r is or is not an integral part of the United States. This question as to Arizona can be settled by admitting this pro- gressiye and productive territory into the Union as a State. We-are for Arizona Statehood first, last and all the time. There is no valid reason against Arizona admission. Arizona has sufficient population, ample present resour ces and a grand future. The Pacific Coast in general, and Sourheru California in par ticular, has every reason to help Arizona to responsibilities and duties of Statehood. The Pacific Coast is weak in Congress tand especially weak in the Senate. We have six sena tors to represent the Pacific sea board, as against thirty on the Atlantic Coast and e;ght on the Gulf of Mexico, or ten counting Florida in both groups. The portion of our country precmi-j nently open to phenomenal grow th under irrigation is also weak and unappreciated, Arizona will understand, sympathize and pro mote every interest in Southern California and on the Pnr.ifiV. - A WORTHY SUCCESSOR, "Something New Under The Sun." All Doctors have tried to cure CATARRH by the use of powders acid gass, inhalers and 4rugs in paste form. Their powders dry up the mucus membranes caus ing them to crack open and bleed. The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure, while pastes and ointments cannot reach the deseases. An old and experienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty ot the treat ment of CATARRH, ba at last perfected a treatment which when faithfully used, not only relieves at once, but permenently f A tT A T-T--r-r . . inures vLAJXJccn, oy removing the cause, stopping the discharg es, and curing all inflammation. It' is the onry remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts. This wonderful remed3' is known as "SNUF FLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE" and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full month's treat ment and everything necessary to its perfect use. "SNUFFLES" is the only perrect Mi.ri uuixi; ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease. It curesall inflamation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD, CATARRAH when neglected often leads to CONSUMPTION- SNUFFLES" will save you if you- use it at once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment which is positively guarranteed to cure CATARRH in am- form or stage if used ac cording to the direction which accompany each package, Don't delay but send for it at once, and write full perticulars as to 3rour condition, and 3Tou will receive special advice from the discoverer of this woundeful remedy regard ing vour case without cost to you bevond the regular price of "SNUFFLS" the "GUARRAN TEED CATARRH CURE." Sent prepaid to any address in theUnited States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept. E644 EDWIN B GILES & COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Mark et Street, Philadelphia. GUSTAV BEGKEB, rmnmn 11. if dins ST, Keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardjsrarei Boots M3.cS. Bb.oes And everything usually found in a First-Class Establishment, stock wjll be furnished on special order and on short notice. Any article net, I M. & M GENERAL MERCHANDISE People who bave once worn the celebrated Munsing Under wear will wear no other kind. It is in a class by itself. The best made, the best fitting, the most comfortable and durable under wear on the market. It elves ' universal satisfaction and we recommend it to all our trade. HARDWARl And Everything Usually Found in a First-Class Establishment? ST. JOHNS and. SPRINGERVILLE, A. T. m 'TP' 5 O O o a THE HOME GOLD CURE. Stop the Cough and Work Off the Cold. Laxative-Bromo Qninine Tab lets cure a cold in one day. Cure no pay. Price 25 cents. An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Themselves. No It will pay you to purchase your boots and shoes from the Drug No Noxious Doses. No Weaken ing of the Nerves. A Pleasant and Positive Cure for the Lipuor Habit. It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weal n ;ss. A Full directions accompany each package. Special advice by skilledphysicians when request ed without extra charge- Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept. E644 EDWIN B. GJXKS & COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Market Street. Philadelphia. All correspondence strictly confidential. Co. they carry a complete line of ; nAxr fiiwi -fTl A?Crtri A 0,Mr. A' olio 0T1 rrc -4-trk .1 fail to add to the cordiality of ( Coast, and thruout the arid sec of the relations between the twoition. The growth and strength governments. NO MORE SELF-MADE MEN. of Arizona strength of penal Institution of the Territorr "bratcd-Algol, but ois variation is larger. ..... ... . Its period is four daj-s, 13 hours and 45 at some equitable location within minlutcs. When ata minimum it is At Leiut Tfaer Must Conceal the Fact If They Arc, and Claim Htsrh Descent. is ihe growth and Southern California. We n.re for Arizona's star of State- , hood and so are our peopie. Great State, grand scenery, large the celebrated Wells shoes the best on earth. Prices are as low as the lowest, qualit3r considered. Our borders, where the mone3' ex- three magnitudes fainter than when at .. fended for the support of" the ' aximm; in other words, it period. .,, , , ically loses and then regains so much .Institution wnl be spent for home llgn that at one time it is 10 times products and home labor. i brighter than at another. In stars of T? CZrwTfiTrmr Mrnl,v A thf this type the changes of light are sup- Board of. Control will stand ,pat" fora little more than a year now, the Arizona Penitentiary Isfwill be moved and the $3Q,OiV).00 i that the New York politicians wants wasted in the Arizona1 Sesport Town, will go a long ways toward building a new peni tentiary. A.nd the people ot Arizona will appreciate this as the3T should do and will re ward the Governor in the future. .This is not a political question It is a question of economics and localit'. Yuma wants a substan tial prison built so that she may hold the prison in that out of the way corner of the Territory. Mr Ives is a scheming politician. posed to be caused by a dark body re volving around the star and producing eclipses as it conies within our line of sight. Youth's Companion. THE UP-TO-DATE PATRIOT. "So poor Cottenham is gone?" "Yes; he doctors said only a Spanish blister could save him, but he wouldn't have it." Chicago ISews. The girl with a white dress and blue sash will have-to have red hair this sum mer, to be patriotic. Washington (la.) Democrat. "What's the matter between Buster .and his wife?" "When he went home the other evening she told him that she had been building castles in Spain." Detroit Free Press. An Indirect Impression. "Has yer hymd 'bout dis here Spanish policy?" inquired Miss .Miami Brown. "Yes," re plied Mr. Erastus Pinkley. "Fum all I kin imduhstan', itls all right; but de numbers is pow'ful slow in comin' out." Any man of his stamp is too sel- Washington Star. iish to be trusted for for sincerity. ' nT Ql a ,.PfJia"What's - . queer-looking list tacked on your hall Whether Mr, Wilson wins or door?" "Those are the things that are loses his great Ives suit which we 1 n&t allowed t0 come into this house; it i'i. r . -Snanish mackerel, Spanish onions, arc calling Citizen's suit for the Spanish cream, Spanish pickles, Span Sake of form, We hope that the! ish moss, Spanish flies and Spanish --V ' flounces." Detroit Free Press. in America this idea of caste has en tered, destroying our old, high ideals and making us pretentious and vulgar, writes "An American Mother," of "How We Can Lead a Simple Life," in Ladies' Home Journal. "The idle rich man covets high social place with a hunger that is bot'h ridiculous and tragic. If he has money enough he buys a titled husband for his daughter. He tries to establish a precedence for himself over his neighbors by claims of high descent. Nor is this apprecia tion of rank confined to the leisured class in this country. It is universal. No candidate for office finds it neces sary now to pose as a self-made man or to put his respectable ancestors out of sight. The self-made man is no longer noble ancestors are in such demand that if we do nofhave them w-e invent them as we do air brakes or motors, or the popular hero. On the contrary, anything else necessary to our well being and comfort. The rich American finds it as easy to have a coat-of-arms and a pedigree as to have a dress-coat. He seldom goes to Burke or the Her alds' college for these things. He plants and grows his own family tree as he does his maple at the front door." es completely snatterea 03' peri odical or constant use of intox icating liquors requires an anti dote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison, and des tro3ring the craving for intoxicants- Sufferers ma3' now cure themselves at home without Notice is hereby given that publicity or less of time from sealed bids for doinjr the Public ' business by this wonderful! printing and Job Work for "HOME) GOLD CURE" which Apache county, for the rear 3902, has bee" Perfe(;te? after many .... . 1 - , '.3-earsof close study and treat- will be received at my office until ment of inebriates.' The faithful j natural wealth, glorious future oon I lBe r t aL9naay m Jan-, use according: todirections of this Hurrah for the state of Arizona! , uar90" rt 1DT. 1 f?' .'f J?? 1 stmate case, no matter how hard a drinker. Our records show the (First publication Nov. 16, 1901.) marvelous transformation of j thousands of drunkards into sober From tihe highest home to the loTret Saturda3' Poast, Los Angeles. THE OMLY True Blood PuriSei prominently in the public eye to day is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Therefore ?et Hood's and ONLY WOOD'- Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Subscribe for the Herat.d and industrious and upright men. then 3ou will get the news. WIVES TO!! HFAO DEAF? smm NOISES? ALL CASES OF MAKE: YOUR OWN MUCILAGE An ouii-k of Clipping Gum we ourselves usa . Drooped into the inucilasre pot a : m pieces a time, the contents of a 3 ounce ' .f i ivo'jld aer'e the needs of the average household ur . rrHcefor a year. Doa not.discolor By mail T-a.r. j 00. 10 cents.: v-oz. box. 25 cents. THE PFSSS I ti.IfPIITG BUfeSAU. 6S DeroasUre SU v.p,iv : AUS MOW CUR&BLE by our new invention. Only these bcrn duif are incurable. AO NOISES CEASE IMRSEDEAT F. A. WERZSAH, OF BAl.T3fc!Otct';, SAYS: Eaetimose, iId., .Tarch 30, 1901. Gentlemen . Being entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatm cnt, I will now give yon & full history of my case, to be used at year discretion. About five years ago my iibi:t er began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost my hearing in this ear entirely. I underwent a treatment for catarrh, fcr i'.'.rce months, wP.lim! any success, consulted a num ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that only an operation could help me. and even that only temporarily, that the head noises would then cease, but the hearinrr in the affected ear would lc lost forever. I then saw your advertisement actiden-cliy in a New York paper, and ordered your treat ment. After I had used it only a Few cays according to ycur directions, the noises ceased, and to-day, after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased ear lias been entirely restored. I thank you heartily and beg to remain Very trulj' yours. v. a. wijKjiiA, 730 &. aroaaway, .Baltimore, iia. Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation. Examination and ufii! OAH Winr VnilDOCI C AT UtUC atanoMiaa advice tree. IUU UKil UUilL !UUilUUL.r HI HUifit- PERSONAL ICENTIOIT. 1 Argentina's president has a $7,500 uni form. Ex-President Pierola, of Peru, has $50,000,000. The earl of Harrington o-wns a gro cery in London. Eev. J. K. Metford, a Presbyterian, preacher in Scotland, is worth $1,500. O00. James Jackson, heir to the throne of Kabinda, is janitor of a flat in San Francisco. The oldest living member of the New York stock exchange is "William Alex ander Smith, who was elected in 1S44. Lieut. Brumby, of the Olympia, is 6aid to he the greatest smoker in the navy. Except when on duty, he always has a cigar close at hand. Henry Clews says: "For one who looks well after the original investment, good hef.lfh, a clear head, work and economy, will declare big dividends." J. Pierpont Morgan believes that the two great charities for a rich man to in dulge in are to buy good pictures for public museums and to endow free hospitals. CURE YOUR HUS-i curious iacx uiat xae queen tavtoii nn-TT -nT?TiAr pttTi1 "j"uiu u tj im equai numocr 01 grans Va TOtoSi vu;? I Wrenandgreat-grandchildrcn-320f. IIJUIS. - Ai rx-CJXo . . 1 niS lera-.gacb -which, together with i j edy is ill no Sense a nostrum but children, makes the number of her de- lt is a specific for this disease scendants 71. ! and prepared that it is thorough ly soiuoie ana pleasant to tne Chicago is the nreatPst mii ; taste, so tn.it it can De given in a ter in the Avorld. cup of tea or coffee without the j One hundred and fifty thousand sub knowledge of the person taking j urbanites are brought in every mom it. Thousands of drunkards j in over the steam roads, and one of i have cured themselves with this! lhef hues the Illinois Central-trann- priceless remedy, and as manv ' Ltr!;0-, F:iS7gC'1 more have been cured and made o.er its admirably conducted iJSS?SSie Jm?tf. xby 1S ?hel With 2S terminal trunk lines, the nu j UU-vlSi administered by loving ber of through express and mail trains friends and relatives wi Lhout their ' arriving and departing dailv is 23-1; cc- knowledge m cotiee or t Ibeleive today that thev tinued drinking of their cwn free will. DO - InOT WAIT. Do not be deluded byr apparent and misleading "improvement :' Drive out the disease at once and for A GREAT RAILROiU) CENTER. coat. IfTTERNATIGNAl AURAL CLINIC, 536 LA SALLE AYE CHICAGO, ILL and eommodation and suburban passenger dts.on- trams, 69!; merchandise freight tram.. 28b; grain, stock and lumber trains. ICS. making a total of 1,3G6 regular trains of all classes in and out of Chicago daffy -by way of all railroad lines. The total tonnage of dead freight car ried east in 1S93 nrrtrrctrnt or? R fnn nan all the time. The "HOME tons. From the west the big trunk GOUD CURE" is sold at-the ex- lines brought in nearly 270,CQ0.Cfi3; . tremely low prices of One Dollar: bushels of grain, over 4,000.000 barrels ; thus placing within reach of ever-; of flour' 205,000.000 pounds of cut ! vbodv a treatment more effectual ' mnenantsn'nft6?00'T p0U1ls o. lar a-d Ti n , o-a 9.00.000 live hegs. The in and out, than others costing 2to SoO now aunts to 000' r,ijnuaily. -Sr 355- -'-T M3t 1 : J-.