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3V 'i-. 'o VOLUME XVIII. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1902. NUMBER 19. THE ST. JOHNS EfZBALD. PaMUhea Tfjr iatardnr at 8t Jahns. Apache County. Arin, and anterad at the Huto.- aa Secoal ! Mall Matter, ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch"! mos. $1- 2 mo. $1,50 3 raoi. 42. S moii. $3. 1 year $5. 2 inches 1 mes. $1,50 2 mon. ,50. 3 ms. $3. 6 mos. $4,50 1 year" ;U. Kates n Urt contract fcve on ap plication. subscription rates. On year - $2.50. Six months $1.50. ThrM months $1.0(1. s E. S. Perkins and kaher Ling, ' Proprietors. O. E. Ovbxson, . Edior and Mgr. NOTICE TO SUISCWIHRS. JUtlfT 1 If Tu ' T?ur PPr Mac all ram'.ltaati by SC. O. or re stewd Do't auk retur pnper dlwatlautd uatil all arrearage are psld. -Scilpt:oa soita paid lu adTuc. If TO wish your paper wt to a-diRerent a- nn jwj -- - ft ptly raad. THE MANAGER i lh a ci:aa win uv OFFICIAL 01RECTORY. TKRKITOItlAl. vavoK rt MBrpkr fl.oaTAaT C. H. Akers .. TitxC TW. Pembertou B '.T.TVK. IW . L. Axtak O. W. Vlcsers AfTaT Gkh C. f Alatwortk Ajt. aaKKKAi. ..R. AllraLewU .rhenix ..Phenlx. . Phwuix .Phasnix. .Prescott. .PhCKRiX. fkoetdx. SUPREU COURT WsTa Stxikt. Chief Jutiee .inix. 3 R. lUTis. At6elata Juttre M'uceoa ....... T. u Sim. Aifoclaio J n nice rjr ...prewott MexaiK. U..dM-K..Attorey, P.ricott. W W.UairriTa.U.I.Maaal f.mobe. t'Aart ... TvoULt. GXIXDILt. .PhnsMX. C;t D'lt. Court W. C Eoa XPhOk'mx. CtUfiTT OFFICIALS. f K, V, Glbbona Chairman, oltf MsariaoRB G. A. Omklin, J Benitno Ixiper, tMoidco Garcif. Clerk Q-rterixtlnfioftlieHoaru win ncio VTlr4iKB'4ay la Jaa.'. April, July arfd Oct. J? a a t r f. Leand ro O rtcsa DiJtratcT ATToafKT. .r Alfred Kal .fc;naoaa Monico Garcia TtKAsoar.Eif ". T- G. Hill vJaaaa arTKi DiSTfticr Curt. .. R. E. Ploan peATBJ0Dsa '. ...John T,Hogu CuCkkot Court J'ln T- Hogw Tormtof tho District Court, third Monday April aaataeflrst naylu October. Subscribe for the Herald and then you will et the news. Every republican of prominence who fails to set assigned to a cabinet portfolio on paper has a riifht to feel sliffhted. The question of the hour in Montana since the discoverev of diamonds on Blood Creak is. "Have you found any diamonds?" That ldrtftWes tern University profesVorwh'o lias leen asserting that Bible stories are untrue and liarmful will be wondering fhre he is at" before he is much, older. Our esteemed contemporary, The Gallup Republican says that! the publication of the Herald will probably be discontinued. Maybeso but it will take a pretty tough gang to stop us. But he will probably be happy to note that we agree with him when he prophecys that the Herald will be improved. We have about half a dozen more issues of the old style and THEN she is going to be modernized and greatly im proved, We shall demonsCrate that our usefulness is not yet end-ed-or we will be found cold and dead ritrht up alongside the last ditch- The Prescott Prospect Mining Special has come at last. We have long looked for it, but .we understand now that we've seen it, wh3 it was slow in coming. It. is a 54 page magazine of Athe regular size of the Prospect. It is 'full of fine illustrations and good clean interesting reading matter. It gives the proper amount of space to Yavaoai's leadiug- industry, which is min-j ing- We congratulate Yavapai I Coauty on having- such on enter-; J , pnismg- gentleman as 'Tom" , ocuuitz oemnci one or ner newsr papers Prizes for Boys and Girls! this NATIONAL HOMEMAKER hurusonie'y lllurated monthly nagazInf,,; devoted to making HOMES IN THE ARID WEST, wants nav -subscribers in this section. To tho boy or girl in the west sending the greatest number of subscribers to the National Homemaker by July 1st. 1S02. there will be paid S2.-5 IX GOLD: to the 2nd 15 and the third 10- In addition to this, all couteMats sending cent, commission for their work. The regular subscription price is 2dollsrs, but during thli contest it uill be but one-half teat amoutit-1 dollar. Circuiurg sample copies, and subscription blanks will be tent to all eantif-tauls by d dressing THR NATIONAL HOMEMAKER WASHINGTON, D. C. Be sure to mention the you write. Herald when A LITTLE ARMY HISTORY. The first United States army previous to 17S9 was conducted by a board of ordnance? Since 1789 the time when the established congress bas had the power to raise and support armies the rec ords show that 231,771 Conti nental troops and 145,009 state troops and volunteers took part in the war of the Revolution the record of number Killed and wounded is estimated at 4595 men Killed 6,114 wounded and 2,154 missing" During: the war of 1812,471,622 regular and state troops and 62,- 674 reg-ulars. There were 1,877 killed aud 3,736 wounded In the way of 1845 with Mexico there were 116,321 troops enrolled 42,545 belong-ed to the regular army; number killed 1,557 number wounded 3,42) Out of 2,257,168 troops and 97, 000 regulars enrolled in-the war of the rebellion 1861 to 1865 18--975 were colored. Loss of the United States army 159,808 killed and missing; 199,720 died of dis ease footing up a loos from all causes 399.528 The United States had enrolled in the war with Spain 274,717 all told of which 219,935 were vol unteers including 10,189 colored. Total loss 4 officers and 61 men died of disease; 70 officers and 2,485 men killed. Sentinel. WU'S TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN WOMEN The Chi nese Ministers th i nk They Combine What is. Best in Women of Other Lands. "When I speak of American woman 1 cannot say-tnat there is really a prevailing type. It is a composite a mixture of all types. She has as I have alread3r stated the firm and upright carriage of Uie English girl but she has, in addition the vivacity of the French woman the grace of the Spanish woman the musical voice of the Italian and whenever it is necessary the more sober spirit of the German. ' The American type therefore is one puculiar to itself. It is not a duplicate of an--thing but rather a combination of all that is good in the types of the world" His Excelency Wu Ting fang in the February Ladie's Home Jourual Prizes for Irrigation Photos -THE" NATIONAL HOMEMAKERS, devoted to the making of homes in the Aiid west, wants photos depicting irrigation with HOMES B OUNDED BY SUCH WORK. Cash prizes trill be awarded .s follows: 1st nuzE $5 2nd trize $3 3rd prize $2 CONTEST CLOSES MARCH 1, 19Q2. Publishers reserve the rfeht to purchase photos I not winning a prize. AddreBs the national homemaker Washington, d. c. , ... ,"",, Sitceinl subscription prlca J dollfir i vonr. ; sure toanmition tho Ni-Toniiii -hpn Th Sisters of tiie Blessed Sacrament ! For Indians and Colored People. BE IT KNOWN that we whose names j are hereunto subscribed citizens of Penn- Society of Religious women professing the Roman Catholic Religion, living in community and devoted to charitable W'irks, have associated oureelven to gether for the purpose of educating, training and instructing directty or thru the agency ot others the American In dian and Colored Races and do declare that we and Mir associates, with such persons as may from time to time be come members and our and their succes sors are desirous of acquiring and end ing the powers, i nmunities and privi" ledges of a corporation or a body politic in law and fact, the. name, style, title, objects, articles and conditions whereof are as touows: ARTICLE I. The name of the corpo. ration shall be. The Sisters of the Bless ed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People. ARTICLE II. The essential objects of the corporation are to educate the American Indian and Colored Races thruout the State of Peunsjlvania and beyond its borders; to train teachers for this purpose and especially to train the youth of these races, without religious distinction to become self sustaining men and women, using such methods of instruction in the principles of religion and of human knowledge, as may be best adapted to these purposes; to visit and administer to the sick and poor o these races and to act as guardian of such of their orphans and minor chil dren as may be committed to its care ARTICLE, III. The business of the Corporation shall he transacted in Buck County, Pennsylvania and other places in the State of Pennsylvania and be yond the limits of tho Commonwealth The principal office of the Corporation shall be located at St. Elizabeth's House Benealem Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, with full power on-the imrt of the Corporation to establish and 'lacate branch offices at any place or places within said State or elsewhere. ARTICLE IV. The Corporation shall have perpetual existence. ARTICLE V. The officers of tins Corpoation shall consist of a Board of Managers of fivo persons, or such ad ditional number not exceeding fifteen as shall be fixed by the By Laws ; of a Prebident, Secretary and Treasurer and such other officers and agents as the By Laws shall prescribe. ARTICLE VI. currant vear are : Tho officers for the Cathrine M. Drexel (known in religion as Mother M. Katharine) President. Mary V. Clayton (known in religion as Mother M. Magdalen) Secretary. Sarah McGravey (known in religion as Mother M. Joseph) Treasurer. Annie McCann (known in religion as Sister M. Francis Xayier) Cathrine Jarvis (known in religion as Sister M. Aloysius) Cathrine M. Drexel (known in religion as Mother M. Katharine) Mary V. Clayton (known in religion as Mother M. Magdalen) Sarah McGravev (known in religion as Mother M.Joseph) Managers, all single women. The Board of Managers as at present or hereafter constituted shall haye authority to make, alter, or amend the By Laws. No member of the Corporation shall have any claim fo compensation for her work whilst in the Sisterhood of the Blessed Sacremcnt, and any member ceasing to belong to the said Sisterhood Bhall cease by that act to belong to this Corporation. ARTICLE VII. The income of the Corporation and contributions to it shall be devoted to the purposes hereinbefore set forth. ARITCLE VIII. The Corporation May hold Real Estate and personal property to any amount now or here aft'sr allowed by law. ARTICLE IX. The names to the subscribers to the Charter, all of whom are at present residents of the Thirty fifth ward of the City of Philidelphia, are as follows: Cathrine M. Drexel, Mary V. Clayton, Sarah McGravey, Annie D. McCann, Catharine Jarvis. COMMONWEALTH OF PENN-) SYLVANIA, C COUNTY OF BUCKS. J 83 JJefore me the subscriber Recorder of Deed in and for said County personally appeared Catharine M. Drexel, Mary V. Clayton and Sarah McGravev, three of ; the subscribers to the above ami fore- J : iromg Certificate of Incorporation and J due form -of law acknowledged the same to be their act and deed. J WITNESS my hand and official seal J tiiis Twenty-sixth day of October, Anno Domini 18i2. ISAAC O'CONNELL, SEAIi I Recorder of Deeds. 'BUCKS COUNTY V m ) Filed in-thaoffice of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas in and for said County this Twenty-sixth day of Octoher A. D. 1892. OSWIN C. KEIPER. Deputy Prothonotary. DECREE OF COURT. COMMONWEALTH OF ; PENNSYLVANIA ss AND now to wit November 18th, 1892 the foregoing Certificate for ii Charter havingbetn duly, acknowledged before the Recorder of Deeds for the County of Bucks aud the same being duly certified to, under the hand and official seal of the said Recorder of Deeds and having been filed in our said Cbuit of Common Pleas since the 2(ith day of October A. D. 1892 and having been presented to me on Nov. 18th 1892 the under signed a Law Judge of the said Court of said County, accompanied by proof of the publication of the notice of such appli cation I certify that I have pertiBed and examined said Instrument and that I find the same in proper form and with in the purposes nam:d in the first class specified in the Act of Assembly ap proved the Twenty-ninth day of April in the year of our Lord Eighteen hun dred and seventy four entitled "An Act to provide for for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations" and that the same appears lawful and not injurious to the community. It is there fore ordered and decreed that the said CHARTER be and the same in hereby approved, and that upon, the recording cf said Charter and this order the sub scribers thereto aud tjieir associates shall be a corpoiation for the purposes and upon the terms therein staled. By the Court HARMON YERKES, Piesieut Jud ge. RECORDED in the offioe for Record ing Deeds in and for the Count of Bucks in Miscellaneous Book 27, page 400 &c. WITNESS my hand and seul of oflice this 22nd day f November A. D..1892. ISAAC O'CONNELL, SUAIi i Recorder Recorder's Office, Doylestown, Pa., October 30, 1C01. BUCKS r CuUNTY,f 83 1, Burroughs Michener, Recorder of Deeds for tha County of Bucks, State of Pennsylvania do certify that the above is correct and true copy of the Charter of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People duly recorded on the 22nd day of November, D. 1392, in Miscellaneous Book No. 27, page 406, &c, bo fully and entire as the same remains of record in this office. WitnesH my hand and seal of office the day and year a bove named BURROUGHS MICHENER, Recorder of Deeds. COMMONWEALTH OF PENN SYLVANIA, COUNTY OF BUCKS. ss I, John G. King, Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of the County of Bucks in the said Stale DO HERE. BY CERTIFY, thatthe above named, Burroughs Michener, by whom the fore going attestation was made was at the time of so making the same, and now is the Recorder f Deed duly commission ed and qualified, to all whose acts as such full faith and credit are and ought to be given and that the seal -thereto annexed is the seal of the said Record er's Office, and that the said attestation so made by him is in due form. . IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have heiennto set my hand and affixed the seal of said County at Doylestown, this Twenty-first day of October A. D. 1901. JOHN G. KING, , Prothonotarv, SEAJL I, Harman Yerkes Judge of the Sev enth Judicial District of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, composed of the County of Bucks in the said State, do hereby certify that the above named John G. King by whom the foregoing attestation was made, was, at the time of so making the same, and now is the clerk of said Court, duly commissioned and qualified to all whose act as such full faith and credit are and ought to be. given, as well in Courts of judicature as elsewhere; that the seal thereto annex- j ed is the seal of the said Court, and 1 that the said attestation so made ly him is in due form. . : V IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, i haye hereunto set my hand this Thirty-first day of October A. D. 1901. HA R.MAN YKRKES, Judge. COMMONWEALTH OF PENN-) SYLVANIA, COUNTY OF ( ss BUCKS, ) I John G. King Prothon otary of Court of Common Pleas of said County of SEAL Bucks, in the State of Pennsylvania aforesaid, DO HEREBY CERTIFY, that the Honorable Hartnan Yerkes by whom the forgeoing attestation was made and whose name is thereto subscribed, was, at the time of ihaking thereof, and still is President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the County of Bucks, composing the Seventh Judicial District of Pennsylvania, duly commissioned and qualified, and to all whose acts as such full faith aud credit are and ought to be given, as well in Courts of judi cature as elsewhere. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereuntaset my hand and affixed the seal of said Court at Doylestown, this Thirty-firBt day of October in the year of our lord one thousand nine hundred aud one. JOHN G. KING, Prothonotary. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COMMON WEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. Harrisburg, November 4th, 1901. Pennsylvania, 88 I, W. W. Griest, Secretatyof the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, having the custody of tho Great Seal of Penn sylvania, DO HEREBY CERTIFY, That Burroughs Michner now is, and was at the time of subscribing his name to the foregoing certificate of ex emplification of record, RECORDFR OF DEEDS in and for the County of Bucks, Pennsylvania, duly elected and com missioned, and as such officer had, on the said date, full jurisdiction, under the hiA's of this commonwealth, within the said County of Bucks, to make the attestation or certificate hereunto at tached, That John G. King now is, and was 'at the timeof subscribing his "name to the forgoing certificate, PROTHONO TARY OF THD COURT OF COMMON PLEAS in and for the County of Bucks, Pennsylvania, duly elected and com missioned : That the Honorable Harman Yerkes now is, and was at the time pf subscrib ing his name to the foregoing certificate, PRESIDENT J EDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS in and for the County of Bucks, composing tha Sev- enth Judicial District of rennsylvaTiia , duly elected and commissioned : That FULL FAITH AND CREDIT are due and ought to be given to fheir official acts accordingly : That the SEALS attached to the said certificates are genuine, and that I verily believe that each of the SIGNATURES attesting the same is genuine. IN TESTIMONY WHERE OF I have hnreunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State to be affixed, the day and year above written. W. W. GRIEST, Secretarv of Commonweath. IS TII3. JfAMS AXD BY AUTHORITY OF THE COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYL VANIA. - THE GOVEHNOROR OF THESAID COMMON WEALTH, TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENT SHALL COME, GREETING: KNOWN YE, That the Attestation or Certificate hereunto attached is in due form and made by the proper -officer, and that W. W. Griest whose name is subscibed thereto, was at the time of subscribing the same, and now is SEC RETA R Y 0 F THE COM MON WEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA duly appointed and Commissioned, and FULL FAITH AND CREDIT are due and ought to be given to his official acts accordingly. Given under mv hand and the Great Seal of the State, at the citv Harrisburg, this fourth ay ot JNovember, in the JnvTnxoovEwjfOBj year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and one, and of tho Commonwealth the one hundred and twenty-sixth. WILLIAM A. STONE, Governor. W. W. GRIEST. Secretarv of the Commonwealth -FILED- January 16, 1902. MONICO GARCIA County RecorderlMvi: GUSTAV H Spriiigeiville, ri.s Keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware Hoots ojslcI Shoes And everything usually found in a First stock wjll be furnished on special order M. & M GENERAL MERCHANDISE TMunsing Underwear is popular with all men who care to be neatly and fortably dressed. The fact that men I who have once worn (he Munsing Union Suits . . will buy V no other kind ' Is evidence of merit and accounts for the constantly Increasing demand, " -, HARDWARE?3 And Everything Usually Found in a First-CIass Establishment. ST. JOHNS and SPRINGERVILLE, A. T. WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Something New Under The Sun." All Doctors have tried to cure CATARRH by the use of powders acid gass, inhalers and drugs in paste form. Their powders dry up the mucus membranes causing- them to crack open and bleed. The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers haye 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 lasi perfected a treatment which when faithfully used, not only relieyes at once, but permenently cures CATARRH, by removing the cause, stopping the discharg es, and curing all inflammation. It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted oarts. This wonderful remedy 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 every thing necessary to its perfect use. "SNUFFLES" is the only perfect CATARRH CURE ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that anno3ingand disgusting disease- It cures all 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 any 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 tun perticuiars as to 3'our condition, and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this woundeful remedy' regard ing your case without cost to you beond the regular price of "SNUFFLS" the "GUARRAN TEED CATARRH CURE." Sent prepaid to any address in theUnited States r Canada on receipt of One Dollars Address J Dept. E644 EDWIN B GILES & COMPANY. 2330 and 2332 Mark BECKER, kl IHiillSI - Class Establishment, aud on short notice. Any article not com PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A TTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOJt . V?r 01 A?ache conaty. OMce. im th Court Hoaae. St. Jobas, Arizona. J. H. WOOLFORO, HI. I. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls from Springerville, Concho and other towns will receivp prompt Men tionj St. Johns, Ariz, HolM, St. Johns ind Springervilfe express. W. W. BERRY.. Prpritor. TIME TAB LB. Leare Holkrook d&U " Woodruff " ArriTe StatioB', " .. L Testation " .. ' Coneho .. " St. Jobas " . Ar. Sprlngerrllla " ., Leave ' " .. " St. rohns' .. " Concbo ' " Station 9:9f a, r-.-U.M-- M. ..7:M . jw . 7:15" f. -.9:15 p. w. 2M night .. 8,3 a. . . 4:00 p. st. ..12:00 night . 4:90 a. si. f. . ..1:S y. m. l:Q9 f. .as. Arrive Woodraff Loavo Arrive Holbreak " HolbrooJc to Woodruff fl H Concho .-. ... M ft Johns c & " Springerville i SOUND TRIF. Holfrrook to WcwwiruflT and return .11; W Co cho ' '' a M " St. Johhs it 9 Spriagerville " n STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES'" Ift;poundfl of bajrsajr carried free f illpaisenxcr XPBESS CaRRIEOS all points alone, i line at low- rate. for full partimlars inquire of any of our azeut or postmasters along: the lino. Jf. R Unlet. AereKt. I7ofbree, Arlr. -T- Blacksmith All kind of repairing- done in . a neat up-to-date style on wag ons, bug-gies and vehicles of all sorts Korse-shoeing Specialist. Satisfaction Guaranteed, (jive me a call. et Street, Philadelphia. St. YoItxi, t - -S5- f. '.-aR. .