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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 24 May 1894

HDNTINe THE RACCOON. Exciting' Sport in the Fall on the Western Reserve. 1 An Exceedingly Tricky Animal That Can , Bo Captured Only hy the Assist" ance of Trained Deer 3. "The corn is fully ripe in the shock in many fields. on the western reserve, and tne season lor raccoon immnng, or "cooning," as it is more often called, lias arrvved, with its attendant scenes tToTsport and excitement. He' who has never experienced the pleasures inci dent to a night in the woods with" a 55trained4coon" dog- daring- the month 'j&toher can only learh what he "has missedDjonjoyinr such an outing- at the earliest opportunity, says the Cleveland Leader. To hunt the raccoon at night with success, a trained dog is indispensable: orthe scent, disposition and "coon1' le3ucati6n of the dog are' directly re sponsible for the number of pelts which are brought' in at a sometimes early hour in the morning.'5 In the se lection of a dog for the sport it isnot ""b"estto'choose a hound, as the ability . and per...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 24 May 1894

v Pi-' Mr: r ESA- '5VU1LK OF A MAN-MOLE. Mysterious Doings In a Gulch Hear San Fr.iircisco. A tone Digger Who Has Honeycombed . tlie Canyon with Bis Excavations, 'Allo Which. Have IJ-een JJIado During the 2jl$t. ' bcarce Hi teen miies irom. tan iran - Cisco, Jialf hidden in the foliage of bur-TonriHing- trees,' nestling "behind the r- : -3-TOiviicu nuges ana rociiy canyuah 01 gnm xamaipais, arc tne iev scattered rancu nouses ivmcn, wiwi tne uoiquit-' ?ti33us saloon, constitute the little vil- ilage of Larkpptrr, says the ban Fran 1 i, '&isco Esaminer. Tlie road .runs along-.-' the bottom of the canyon, almost hid--j den by the overhanging- redwood trees, till it merges into a mere cattle trail. This wild canyon is known locally as " jBaltimorcffnlch. " " For live years at least, as vouched for "by actual observation, an affed human mole, in the still watches of the night, lias silently harrowed and delved in lhe rich brown earth until the sides of 'the canj'on are -literally hon...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 24 May 1894

Saved Our Boy A Clergyman's Statement Constitutional Scrofula Entirely Cured. ' C. L Hood & Co.. Lowell, Mass.: " Gentlemen: Wishing to tell what Hood's San saparllla has done for us, I will say that 3 yearg ago we had a beautiful bhj born to us. "When .about six months old he took a sore mouth, Everythlns that was known as usual remedies in such cases was used. I had two doctors but .all to no benefit At the ago of 11 months he breathed his last Thus we laid Our Darling Child in the grave. On Aug. 4, 1891, another boy was born unto us. At the ago of two months he be oame afflicted with the same disease. I believed tho boy's trouble was constitutional, and not common soro mouth. I procured a bottle ol Hood's Sarsaparllla and commenced to give it regularly to both mother and baby, and occa slonly washed his mouth with a syrup of buck brush root Improvement began at once. "W have succeed in eradicating the scrofulous blood from the system and to-day we are blessed with a nice, fat...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 31 May 1894

VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1894 NUMBER 35 ST. JOHNS HEEALD Published every Thursday -BY THE APAOHE T30UNTY PUBLISHING CO. 9 Incorporated April 27th, 1887. T. IF- WALLAOB, EDITOH AND MANAGES. Small-pox has broken out at sev eral different points in Illinois and Indiana. The trial of the assassin, Pen dergast, at Chicago, has been post poned again. The total crop7 of wheat raised in this country last jTear amounted to 396,132,099 bushels. There is reported to be a great scarcity of farm laborers in the lower Mississippi Valley. It is estimated that there are 1,000,000 Jews in the United States and 5,000,000 in Russia. Man is scientifically defined as 45 pounds of carbon and nitrogen diffused through five buckets of water. The corner stone of the new building for the Corcoran Art Gal lery, in Washington, D. C, was laid recently. Some statistical crank has figur ed that 66,627,842,337,075,266 mor tals have inhabited the earth since its crea...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 31 May 1894

-THE ISLAND OF HAYTI. " Desolation of epnde Wesltny4an& h- 'Powerftil Bcpablic. A Nation That Is Incapable of Eelf-Gov-crniucnt The .Rulers Are Bloodthirsty Tyrants and the People Hate "White Men. Not the least interesting: feature of - the place is the "barracks, where is quartered a portion of Tlippolyte's val iant army, says a Hayti correspondent of the Providence Journal. The only attempt at uniform is a suit of blue overalls, generally in the last stage of dilapidation, and a cap ornamented with red, .yellow or blue braid, accord "V - ingftd'fthe fancy of the wearer. Some few have shoes or straw slippers, but the majority are barefooted. "' They are armed, however, with fairly " good muskets, and many of them carry ; .ugly looking knives. I saw large num--bers of the "soldiers" on the plaza or 'public square, some playing at dice or cards, some talking, others sleeping and all lazy, dirty and ragged. This plaza, which was original well laid out and which actually boasted an...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 31 May 1894

TROUBLESOME JUROE3. Some Remarkable Cases of Obsti nata Talesmen! ": One Man 3Iay Have the Other Eleven at His Mercy Flattery Sometimes Used as a Cleans of f . Conviction. r Jurymen are sometimes quite uncon scious of their own determination of .spirit. One of them, says the London Illustrated Xews, Croake .Tames tells us, once explained to the Recorder, . who had noticed his peculiarity, that his behavior was entirely misunder stood. "2so man, sir, is more open than I am t& conviction, and to do what is riprlifin every case, but I have not met with the same consideration from others. It has generally been my lot to be on a jury with eleven of the most obstinate men imaginable, who will not listen to reason." It is fair to say that once in a hundred times or so this minority of one proves to be in the right. Lord Lyndhurst mentions a case in which, through the opposi tion of a single individual, the jury, who were otherwise all for a verdict of guilty, could come to no agreement...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 31 May 1894

Miss E. Irena Harris Inrlng, Oregon. Fought for Life f Att'cr G f - -vm e9 Tr t oori id Illness Left In Low Condition Given Health and Strength by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "C. I. Hood & Co,. Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemen: I have been through a terrible siege of illness, and owe my present health to Hood's Sarsaparilla. First, I was taken sick with measles, and on the eighth day the doctor said I had bronchitis following that complaint. In a short time lung fever developed, and I was in a serious condition for quite a while. "When I began to get a little better, my friends thought Vinf I T 1- T 1 .1 UUt U i CCl gUU Up JL. VYUU1U UilVO x ConsumptIonf I bad such a terriblo cough and threw off twice jay weight. I continued'in a very weak and low condition ; my weignt iaiung irora no, ueiore x was taken sick, to 68 pounds. Then In January, 1893, 1 had an attack of the grip, and was con fined to my room ten weeks. After this attack I was still very weak and did not gain health at &U until...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 June 1894

. . ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITOET, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1894 NUMBER 36 VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated &pril 27th 1887. J. jE? WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. A btg apple crop is anticipated in-Western Kansas. Mayor Gilroy has been made Grand Sachem of Tammany. The recent cold weather in Illi nois did the wheat good instead of harm. The fruit and crops in Arkansas are threatened with destruction by locusts. The Rev, C. M. Green, Methodist, has been appointed whisky whisky gauger at Peoria, Illinois. It costs Great Britain 20,000 to scrape barnacles off the bottom of one of its big- men of wan - It costs only 471 to feed 13S prisoners in the Pottsville, Penn sylvania, Jail for a month. The silver Democrats of Nebras ka have called a Convention to meet at Omaha on June 21st. It is said that President Cleve land has purchased an interest in the Cripple Creek Gold Mines. The Emperor of Austria is hav ing a...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 June 1894

0fX T; J if8-. 6: ICEBIOEOF ALASKA. Wonderful Tales Related by a Be , turned Missionary. A Place Where It Is So Still and Cold That One Coaid Hear Himself Breathe' Wonder of the Aurora -fe,5Mfc liorcaHs- A remarkable story is told by Rev. E. C. Wallis, a missionary of the Epis copal church, who arrived here recent ly from the Porcupine river, in the Sritish possessions, just over the line of Alaska, on the edge of the Rocky mountains. It is mainly about the in tense . cold, the immense herds of - Si reindeer, and the sublime magnificenec of the aurora borealis. Dr. Wallis, says the San Francisco Examiner, has been seven years m the wilds of the , Porcupine river, and for the last .eighteen months his wife has been with him assisting" in teaching the In dians. It does not appear to be generally known that there are vast herds of reindeer in that part of the country Dr. Sheldon Jackson, superintendent of education for Alaska, and Capt. Healy of the "Bear have for a couple of years bee...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 June 1894

r Mastodons That Have Been Un earthed In Marahy .H eg ions. UOw Scientific Research Has Been Aided by tlits Discovery or Extinct Birds . - &nd Animals In Wet Ijtnds. It would perhaps "be difficult to find anybody who would speak a good word for swamps. The man who drains one and turns its marshy surface into productive soil is universally re garded as a public benefactor. So the projected draining- of the Dismal swamp in Virginia and the Okefenokee swamp of Georgia is regarded only with favor, and few could be found to regret the disappearance of these re markable features of our American landscapes, says Youth's Companion. Yet, setting aside the strange picturesqueness of such marshy regions and the curiosities of plant life which they exhibit, it is easy to show that swamps have been useful in a manner that could hardly have been antici pated. They have very effectually served the cause of science by pre serving the remains of some of the most remarkable of the former in habit...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 June 1894

3frf JEnvln C. Chase Botliell, Wash. HOOD'S Read Mr. Chase's Expe ( rience with a Substitute c And the Clad Result HOOD'S. Qf Taking '0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : "Last March I had to give up work, 'com? pletely worn out' I felt tired all tho time ; had frequent headaches, and spells of dizziness; I had no appetite, and what littlo I did eat, dis tressed mo terribly. My wife was feeling about the same. I went to the drus store, and called for Hood's Sarsaparilla. The druggist said ho was out of Hood's, but that ho could give me a medicine made Ifrom about tho same formula, HoodVCures Just as good. I bought a bottle and earned It home, and wifo and I took it faithfully, That bottle was finished and we could see no improve ment. A second and then a third bottle follow ed, when my wifo declared she would take It no loncer, as she believed sho felt worse than she did before taking it. Wo put the third bottle away half full; and I wentto the drug-store and cot a bottle of Hood's...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 June 1894

ST. JOHNS, APAOHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1894 VOLUME 10. NUMBER 37 JffigA IMF-'' mi: ST. JOHNS HEEALD Published every Thursday BY- THE APAOHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27tb, 1S87. EDITOS AND MANAGER. Negroes have been rjut to work in the mines at Shawmut, Pa. The Central Ohio Railroad has laid off all its freight trains owing to a lack of fuel. Thirty-three citizens of Potta watomie county, Oklahoma, have been indicted for horse stealing. Attorney General Olney has gent out instructions to arrest and deport all unregistered Chinamen, There are 34 graduates from tbe Anapolis Naval Academy this year, with a Mississsippian at the head. The rumor that another bond is sue is contemplated by the Govern ment is denied by good authority. The Paterson siln strike ended recently, and the employes of near ly all the mills have gone back to work. The National Citizens' Alliance in Kansas has issued a secret circu lar warning its members against the Populist...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 June 1894

M , . . A HOYAL YAQE&. That of Bsaporor William of Ger many. la Palatial ia Jim Appointments anil Armed as Thoroughly as If In tended for a War ship. The IIplieiizQllcra Js.a, magnificent -vessel, and looks more like t cruiser than a yacht. It is built of steel, painted y.'hifcp, and propelled by twin .screws, connected-'.vith a double set of engines. Its average speed is. nineteen knots an hotirand this can he in kier eaed-to orer tven.fcy: knots an hour. fThe Hohensollem haitwo v.'hecls, one at"ttie stern, the other near the bow, ; -the latter worked by steam, the former by manpower, both being-, painted . jrhite atod gold, with nickel spokes i '4 Theyacht, says London Queen, is armed, with. cigii& quieh-firjajg- Krupp aii'andVithits graceful outlines sits high in the water. It has three masts and two jfonnels, painted yellow, the gilded imperial German crown on the prow and the ITohenzollcrn coat of - arms in black and silver, surrounded by a laurel wreath, on the stern. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 June 1894

I i mm?- Ail-- " '-?- 4 : f ft-'" S 1 ifr V St is. j? PHOSPHATE. MMES. ;A Newly-Developed Industry Much Importance. Destined to Become a Sourco of Great Profit to American Arrricnlturists Somo Valuable Infor V mation f "We find in a special report of the commissioner of labor the latest statis tics relating- to the phosphate industry of the United States. The report, says '--ithe 2ew York Sun, not only shows the factual output of our phosphate mines, t - "but estimates the period during1 which. . the industry may be expected to con tinue. Carroll D. Wright, the commissioner ' of labor, points out in his introduction that the value of the discovery of phos- . phates, from an agricultural view point, cannot be overrated. Previously to 1841 the principal commercial fertil izer had been bone dust, but, in the year named, guano was introduced from the Chincha islands of Peru and, ow ing to the greater solubility of this commodity, the demand for it rapidly increased. As time went on, how...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 June 1894

.- OurBaby Boy Suffered Intensely From Impure Blood THI Perfectly CunkJ by Hood', Sarsaparilla Haxreyville, X&nsM, "CL Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: " Our little baby boy is now almost two yean old. "When he was about six weeks old there Appeared a breaking out on bis head and breast "We tried various salves and soaps, but it Continued to Grow Worse And we took him to a doctor. He said it was scrofula, but his treatment failed, and we called pon three other physicians, who termed it salt rheum or eczema. Even then he grew worse, A crust would gather on his head as thick as a quarter and pull up with corruption. Then It would come off, taking the hair with It About three months ago we resolved to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Olive Ointment To day we are happy to say that Burtron is now Entirely Well. The sores have all disappeared and his hair 1& growing nicely. He has only taken one bottle of Hood's Barsaparilla and used one box ol Hood's'Cures Ointment "We can now re...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 June 1894

tas. " J ...... VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE SI, 1894. NUMBER 38 n ST. JOHNS HEEALD Published every Thursday BY THE APAOHE C0UXTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. EDITOB AND 3CANAGER. At the recent Medical Congress it was developed that leprosy exist ed in the United States. According to the report of different physicians there were 92 known caseB4 It is reported that President Cleveland has bought a half inter est in the Caledonia mine at Crip ple Creek, Colorado. The report needs confirmation. Senator Sherman is a sly trick ster. In the Senate debate on su gar he denounced the sugar sched ule as a base surrender to trusts, but failed to record his vote against the measure. The water works supplying cities and tbwnB of the United States are reported to represent an investment of $430,000,000, nearly one-tenth as much as in railroads. The Salt Lake Copper Manufac turing Compauy has just complet ed an extensive .plant in that cit...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 June 1894

Y 2 INTEJiESTJLm liUINS. An American's Discoveries in Peru end Bolivia. Thought to Be the Most Ancient Keratins el Lewer Civilization to Be round Upon the Western Hemisphere. Itfaj. William Sully Beebe, a retired army officer living1 at Thompson, Conn., is abont to send to the leading archaeologists of this country and . Europe-what he considers proofs of some very remarkable discoveries that he has ma"de during" researches that C have- cost him twenty years of study and a large sum of money expended in novel lines of investigation. He be lieves, says the New York Sun, that his findings will convince scientists that America is the seat of an older ' source of occidental civilization than either Assyria or Egypt. Maj. Beebe claims that the- races that flourished around the Mediterranean the Acca dian, the Assyrian, the Egyptian, the Roman and the Greek prove them selves to have been the borrowers from an earlier people on this conti nent, because in the parallels that occur in the ea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 June 1894

'C- ENGLAND'S PAECEL POST. 'JL Sjtem That Has Grown witL Amazing Rapidity. Wtet Was at Unknown ConTenlence Ti lean Ago Is Xow an Almost In- dlspesBable Adjunct to Dally Life. Tie act authorizing1 the parcel pos: ras passed in 1852. But it may well b: imagined that time was necessary t mount an entirely new postal service without disorganizing- the ordinary mails, and it was not until August 1. 1883, that the post was actually placed at the disposal of the public, says the London Times. May 1, 1886, a new scale of weights and charges was issued. The scale. which still obtains, ascended bj single instead of double pounds, ant thus represented a charge of 3d for the first pound and ld for each suc ceeding pound. At the same time the maximum weight was raised to eleven pounds, a parcel of that weight being carried for 18&. Compensation was promised for the loss or damage of any parcel in the post up to the sum of 1, while further sums of 5 and 10 might be secured by the payment of 1...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 June 1894

Mrs, Angle Thomas Sodaville, Oregon. Weak, Tired, Nervous Pains in the Stomach Nino Years of Suffering How It All Ended, "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mast , : "For shears I have had a pain In my stomac ibesldes nervousness, weak spells and constant tired feeling. For the first five years I did not doctor much but gradually growing worse, came to this state for the benefit of my health. I was. treated by several good physlclaps but contin ued to grow worse, For the last year I have been confined to my bed nearly all the time. I became so weak I could stand but a few min utes at a time. I could eat but a little and X fell oil In weight from 1 30 Pounds to 80, Lbout four months ago I commenced taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and from that time I hava Steadily improved in health and gained 1q HOOD'S Sarsaparilla OU RES strength. I also had a bunch on my neck as big as a hen's egg which bothered me to breathe. Since taking nood's Sarsaparilla that has dls eppeared. During the past year my ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 28 June 1894

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, -JUNE 28, 1894. VOLUME 10. NUMBER 39 !V,- ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday 8T THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO, Incorporated April 27th, 1887. JT. i- WALIiACB, EDITOR AND MANAGER. The Democrats of Kansas have declined to fuse with the Populists. Wisconsin Prohibitionists have placed a full State ticket in the field. A recent school census of Chi cago gives the population of Chi cago at 1,562.796. A Populist speaker broke up an old soldier's reunion at Yankton, South Dakota, recentl Czar Reed and his admirers are creating quite a boom for the heavy weight for President in 1896. Sam Payne, the negijo, who con fessed to the killing of Maud Rubel recently, has been committed to jail. Judge Payne has refused to grant a further continuance to Prender gast, who assassinated Carter Har rison, There aro 1,027 men on the reg ular police force of Philadelphia, And the city has & population of 1,142,653. . There is a water famin...

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