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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 October 1894

THE MODERN DRAMA. It Ja Dress-Coat Affair ahcl 3Lacks the Gorincss of Yore. The other night a men went to the theater who had not heen for years, and he couldn't make it out, says Pear son's "Weekly. First of all he missed the simple village youth, the virtuous hero who was wont to take the first prize at the horticultural society, or else win the gnerdon at quoits, orsome " thing" or other in the rustic revels- But worst of all he missed the dear old fashioned villain, and although this play had a tremendous villain in it our friend was not impressed with him a hit. He sighs thus: "I came away again, sadly disap pointed. The play was not what I ex pected. I shall go no more to the play house. The palmy days of the drama are over. The theater has fallen into the sear and yellow fifth act, and there is no health in it! The theater has fol lowed the path of literature and the good old things are changed. I "beheld a lot of swell people in evening dress on the stage. They spoke quietly...

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. — 11 October 1894

It Consists Largely of Negroes and Indians. Property Holdings and Prominence of the ISlucks Kapid Improvement La . tt Land So Recently Wild . and liurren. ' The growth of Oklahoma has been one of the most remarkable in the his tory of American terri tones. A few 3'ears ago it was a barren wilderness, inhabited only by savage Indians and lawless white men; to-day it is lmock- ing at the doors of congress for admis flion to the union as a state. When it is admitted it will have a larger Afro- American population than any state of i ts size and population in the union out-. ide the southern states. From figures furnished the 2sew York Sun by Mr. Peter Flynn Oliver, a reputable lawyer of El Reno, who went to Oklahoma from South Carolina a few 3'ears ago, it is learned that the Afro-American population numbers GG,000, there being S.nGG in Blaine county, 14,000 in King fisher county, 8,400 in Lincoln county, 10,000 in Logan county, the remainder being scattered in all the other coun ties....

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. — 11 October 1894

YJrMVlr J 7fSu Mrs. Viola Emery Indigestion, Cramps In the stomach, dys teowels, caused my vi been taking Hood's Hood 1. Jl Savsa- tpartUa none of these symptoms, -g -g ifiaCJ lias Improved in looks U.JL snd weight. I have also taken Hood's Sarsapa- w rilla for Screfala and GcHercI Bebiliry with much benefit. I am satisfied Hood's barsa parilla is a splendid tonic and blood purifier IIermax P. Emery, 348 Sixth St, Portland, Ore Hood's Pills care all Liver His, Biliousness ST. JOHNS EEPtALD entered in the PostoCice atSt. Johns as second class matter. ' " Published every Thursday ART HjZ.cTDOJSTAJL.TD. EDITOR AND MANAGER. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Govjcbnob L. O. Hughes Tucson Secretary C. M. Bruce Cochise. Tbbxsuukk J. A. Fleming ,. ..Phoenix gypT. Public Instkc:, F.J. Netberton, Phcenix Auditor H. 0. Boone ... .Phueuix. Attokney Gkkebal... F.J. Heney, . .Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Batter, Chief Justice Phoenix. Owen T. kouse, Assdciate Justice, Tueon. R K. SLOAK,...., A8B02l...

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. — 18 October 1894

., , - j '-4 " 0. ye-. VOLUME 11. Arizona Democrats Ticket. Pox 2Tlrt to Co23.gxe JOJIN C HERNDON, el Prescett. 3PO- CoM.e lAsa. At Xjetrg-e.. JEFH CAMPBELL, f Pkeaix. EMOCIATIC COUNTY TICKET. Legislative Council, HENRY HEIDE, of Winslow, Legislative Assembly, JOHN HUNT, of Snowflake, . P. f.COL EMAN,Jr,of Springerville Sheriff, CP. OWENS, of Winslow, District Attorney, " W. H. BURBAGE, of Winslow, -!"-y Probate Judge", x ART McDONALD, of St. Johns, ' Treasurer, W. W. PACE, of Nutrioso, i J ' - Recorder, ALFRED RUIZ, of t. Johns, Supervisors, L. J. BROWN, of Nutrioso, AL. MINERLAY, of ,S now fluke, County Surveyor, ALLEN FROSTof Snowflake.. Vote for Hentfei, CaBplell and SUtckii. Vote for Helie, Hut and Ctlfi Mtl, if you want laws for the pro tection of wage workers. Vote for C. P. OWCIS, if you want retrench and reform in the Sheriffs office. Vote for W. W. Pace, a man of the highest integrity, as Treasurer your funds will he safe. Vote for Art RicDtiall, if you want your Public sc...

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. — 18 October 1894

TROUBLE. Inp ofe "VYill. . I Of all things, after jealousy oi j which, indeed, it is part and parcel, the visible substance of the unseen feeling money is the most potent factor in the creation of domestic rows. To see a set of expectant heirs all wait ing on the reading of the will, and to note the disappointment of those who have not been well endowed, and their frantic jealousy of and fiery anger against those who have, is to see an object lesson in human nature among the most saddening and degrading that .exist. , . -JBy reason of those legacies all the former'love is forgotten, and a hatred like' to nothing so much as the lire of hell takes its place. Brothers and sis ters glower at one another over the lump sum given to one and the small annuity doled out to another, with the thundering residuum that goes to perhaps the already richest member of the family, or the portion which cre ates the head out of one of the minor joints of the tail. How many affec- by the side of that di...

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. — 18 October 1894

HE NAMED THE-TOWN. A-ChakiB Indian Responsible for Keo knk'H PecalLar Cognomen. "Jnst been out in Keokuk. Hottest place in Iowa," said a weary traveler the other day. "Wonder why they have such towns on the map. Only place there that appears to do any business is the steam laundry. What does the name Keokuk mean, any .way?" "Indians named it," said & traveling" man, in the rotunda. ".Wish they had forgotten to," sighed the weary wayfarer. "Ever hear ho. it . came about?" !askcd the drummer. "Never," replied the traveler, as he sank, exhausted, into a chair. "Well, it was in this way," said the coramercial man, sitting- down. "Years - ago a lone Indian walked across the plains looking" for game and trouble. He shot a prairie chicken, built a fire near the river and cooked his bird on what is now the site of Keokuk." "Was this in the summer time?" asked the traveler. "It was," said the drummer. "Don't see why he needed a fire to cook a chicken, then." "Never mind about that. lie c...

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. — 18 October 1894

Heart Palpitation Indigestion, Impure Blood Cured by Hofed's JCr. P. TT. Bridge "Q. I. Hood & Co., Lowell Mass.: "Dear Sir: During the winter and iprlng I bare used dozen bottles of Hood's 8arsapa rilla In my f&ally, and I am quite sure we have been greatly benefited by it. For years I have freea troubled with indigestion, accompanied HOOD'S a Sarsaparilla 3 CURES Vy sympathetic heart trouble, and Hood's Bar saparilla has done me Tory much good. "We bare also given It to the children for impure blood and ringworms with very good results." D. W. BKiDass, Pleasant Hill, Oregon. X. 6. II you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa sllla do Bot be Induced to buy any other. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, Biliousness. Jaandlce, Indigestion Sic Headache. 25c ST. JOHNS HERALD e itered in the Post oflico at St. Johns as second class matter. Published every Thursday ART JScT3 ONTAIiD. EDITOR AXD MANAGER. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Govzbkob, L. C. Hughes Tucson Becbbtxby 0. M. Bruce Coch...

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. — 25 October 1894

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ABIZOImA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1894 VOLUME XI. NUMBER 4 v J-. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Arizona Bemocrat'c Ticket. v Por o-olosro-to -to Cors.groo "' OOIiy C. HERNDON, ,01 Prescott. e Por 0:iasi5'.lraas, at Xjaurg-oi JOSEPH CAMPBELL, of PIiceHix, DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Legislative Council, HENRY HEIDE, of Winslow, Legislative Assembly, JOHN" HUNT, of Snowflnlce, r.T.COLEMAN,Jiof Springerville Site riff, . C. P. OWENS, of Winslow, District Attorney, W. IL BURBAGE, of Winslow, Probate Judge, ART McDONALD, of St, Johns, Treasurer, W. W.jPACE, of Nulrioso, Recorder, ALFRED RUrZ, of St. Johns, Supervisors, L. J. BROWN, of Nutrioso, AL. MINNERLY, of Snowflake, County Surveyor, ALLEN FROST, of Snowflake. Vote far Statehood. , vIt is now only about two weeks uhtihlho voters of ApncIiQcnunty, s well as the rest of the Territory, will cast their votes for Delegate to Congress, Territorial and County officers. Although, this is what is termed an off year, and g...

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. — 25 October 1894

The Clever Work" Donqf by Thera in Tracking- Criminals. An Instance of the Kcmarkablc Snrrr.clty of tlic Animals In roUovr'mg the Trail of tlio Flcaing Kc grons. Bloodhounds are, coming' to be con sidered in the south as indispensable to the complete equipment of a good po . lice department. Time vas vhen sue! brutes were the terror of cue negro slave, and the animsTs decp-tcne J, dis mal howl as it scented the trembling darky in the thicket was to the fleeing slave more ominous of evil ani i: re 'dreaded than the sharp cry of the ''patcrolc" in pursuit, or the crack of Iris pistol. To this day one of the fa vorite song's of the old-time darky as lie moves about his work is: Hun. niggor. run, Or the paterolc will lrctch yo' But the paterole, or, in correct Eng lish, the patrol, has disappeared -with slavery, to be replaced by the modern policeman, -who, assisted by the blood hound in another and more lawful and humane capacity, now chases criminals rather than slaves. The most cele ...

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. — 25 October 1894

.V ES-- I THE NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. Se Is the JToblcot Species of tho "Whole Canine Iace. The Newfoundland dorr takes bis name from the island where he is sup posed to have originated. Many, how ever, believe that the Xorsemen, who discovered America in the year 1000, in troduced this dog in Newfoundland. He is Iby some classified among- the wolf-dogs, while others, cn account of his large pendulous -ears, say that he should not belong- to this family, but that he and the St. Bernards should occupy .a place by themselves. The Newfoundland, says Harpers Young People, since his introduction in England, has improved in appear ance, .and is now larger and heavier. In Newfoundland and Labrador these dogs are used as beasts of burden, .drawing- considerable loads of wood and provisions on sledges. Their feet are partially webbed, and therefore they are most excellent water dogs. "The scent is not strong-, and as the dog is slow and clumsy, he is not valuable lo the hunter, except as a retriev...

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. — 25 October 1894

a. K2 the Head n Unfortunate Inheritance How It Was Destroyed. "Spokane, Wash., Aug. 9, 1SC3. C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemen: I w ish to add my testimony to the worth of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Jly little girl lias been cured by it o inherited catarrh. She had colds continually every month and yel low discharge, but since taking Hood's Sarsa- parJIla has been entirely cured. Hood's Sar jjaparilla. I have found of great help to my other children." 3Iks. L.M. Gillette, c ' Hood's Pills are hand made, and perfect "In proportion and appearance. 25c. per box. ST. JOHNS HEfiAID p. itercd In the Post office atSt. Johns as second class matter. Piiblis,he.d every Thursday EDITOR AND MANAGER. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL tovRUNOE L. U. Hughes Tucson K'ciiErAur C. M. Brace Cochise. -aUKASDREit J. A. Fleming1 1'hceMx Surr; PunuclNSTP.c'N, F.J.Nethcrtou; I'liocnix Aumrou, II. C. Boone i'ha-uix. ATTOHNEY UENEKAI r.J. .iuvraun. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chior Justice Phoeulx. Ow...

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. — 1 November 1894

Will..- MGHfcSJ" -.si ,0 , r ftiv- VOLUME XI. DEMOCRATIC TICK Arizona Democratic Ticket. ".IQIiN C. HEItrvDGX, 01 Prescotr. JOSEPH CA3IPBELL, of Pliffiiiix. TJEgHCCRATIC C0U3T7 TICKET. Lkgislative Council, HENRY HEIDE, of Winslow, LEGISLATIVE A SSEMBLY, J0r-IiNT HUNT, of Snowflake, dT:GOLEMAN,Jr,of Springerville Sheriff, C. P. OWENS, of Winslow, 'District Attorney, AV. H. BURBAGE, of Winslow, , Probate Judge, ART McDONALD, of St. Johns, Treasure i? , W. W. PACE, of Niitrioso, Recorder, ALFRED ftUIZ, of St. Johns."' SuPEnvrsoRs, T 1 nnriWM nf "NTntvinsn - tf'AL. MINNERLY, of Snowjlake, .County Surveyor, "" : AT.r.TCM FROST, of Snowflake. Vote for Henry HcMo if you want . American laws for Americans. Vole for honest John Hunt if you t want moral laws. As Arizona is :fbout to take her place in the sis terhood .of Slates. yole for P. T. Coleman Jr. if you want an active energetic advocate, -of good and wholesome laws. Vote for . P. Owens if you want retrench and reform in the sheriffs o...

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. — 1 November 1894

!W vmwii n iii .MMMigMsvtt I i h hi ;"w 7' ... . POLITICS IN CHINA. There Is Much Corraption Among " High. Gfflcials. can dais TJtat ApproacTi Very Cloee to the Boors cf tlio Imperial Palace Office Obtained lliroagh bribery. ' The corruption in Chinese public life is so general that it has ceased to ex cite any comment among those who arc familiar with the workings of that bureaucratic system, so perfect in theory, so lamentably deficient in practice, It is generally believed by foreigners, however, that the emperor and the highest officials, like the vice roy, Li Hung Chang, are not to be in cluded among the class of corrupt officeholders; bnt a recent incident serves to show that the young emperor has not escaped this defilement that taints all parts of the Chinese public service. This incident, says a Shang hai letter in the New York Tribune, is the appointment of a new taotai of Shanghai- For months there have been rumors of a change in this im portant official place, but no one...

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. — 1 November 1894

'.M MJSLIUK.-- CHINA'S MGrETBSIG FOECE Strength and Equipment of the , , , , . . Troops Comiaanded by German and Amor' lean Officers and Armed ivitli Im proved Weapons Ehe Clxl ne&o as Soldiers. China has made great efforts in the last few years to "bring- her army and navy nearer the standards of those of western nations, says the New York Tribune. The total strength of the army is abont sis. hundred thousand men, of whom more than two hundred thousand are permanently stationed ior the garrison of the city of Peking, - the others being scattered throughout the various provinces of the empire. Besides these there is an ill-formed organization, which might be called a militia, which gets small pay and never serves with the colors. The discipline of the army is good, and so far as mili tary punishments are concerned there is hardly a more stringent organiza' tion in the world. As a fighting force, however, in the opinion of most foreign military men, the Chinese army has never cou...

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. — 1 November 1894

invalid 3 Years, Qured by flood's JfC. T. TTood & Co., Lowell, 3Iass.: "Gentlemen: I am glad to tell you that I have been given good health by Hood's Sarsaparilla. For three years I was an in valid, suffering terribly from Nervousness and Lameness, flvras sonervou3;I could not bear the least noise, and I had to v;alk with crutches for six months, as I could not put one of my feet to the floor. Physicians did hot do me any good, so a friend told me to get Hood's Sar saparilla, but I Said There Vas No Use. rTIowever, after thiifking the matter over, I de cided to give it a trial, and have taken six bottle3 of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the re sult is that I am well as any one could wish to be, and can do any hind of work. I ad - vise all my friends to take Hood's Sarsapa I rilla for I believe it will do them good." JIiss Susie Dodsox, Cotton," California. Kood'S Pills euro liver ills, constipation, MHousness, jaundice, slek headache, indigestion. ST. JOHNS HERALD catered InthePostoi...

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. — 8 November 1894

VOLUME XI. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA 'TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1894 NUMEE-R & From election returns now in. The Democratic Rooster has only two tail feathers left. Snow fell in Nebraska, Iown, Da kota and Colorado. E. G. Waste, Secretary of State of California, is dend. Fires in America numbered 35, 188 last year. . -Spiritualisxs are to build a tem ple at Washington, D. C. In Paris one person in eighteen lives on charity. A warran c charging libel was Bcsved on Senator Martin of Kansas Seven people were suffoccted in a tenement house fire in New York. Pirates plundered an Italian bark loaded at Philadelphia of 1, 000 boxes of petroleum. The prohibition against the land ing of American beef was extended to all parts of Germany. In proportion to the population there are more theatres in Italy than in any other country. A plec of Japanese transports protected by 19 warships, loaded traops oniKwaug-Tung pininsula. In the recent storm in Florida 15 J&hennon.-all ...

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. — 8 November 1894

ACQUIRED EXPRESSION. Facial Peculiarities Which Come Through Habit. Distinctive Types That Arc Found la "Certain Callings The Qacer Ef , fccis of Occupation OrieJs Upon the Features. The incessant How of involuntary :nerve currents to the facial muscles doubtless accounts for the odd simi larity of expression among' men of the .same vocation, In many such cases, iays Blaekwood-'s Magazine, the condi tions are so complex that it seems im possible to lay one's finger upon the special items 01 environment which conduce to the facial characteristic! exhibited by nearly all members of certain trades and professions. 5Vhat, for instance, is there about the process of making shoes which evokes the un mistakable cobbler's visage? The nor ;trait of Edward, the Banff naturalist, inllr. Smiles' bopk, shows the type in "a. marked degree. As far as my obser vation carries me, the cause must he looked for in the last, lapstone and waxerid of old-fashioned cordwainery; since men who work the machi...

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. — 8 November 1894

s- ... V1 v rife. i 'if; WASTE OF FOOD BY AMERICAN S. People from Europe Astonished by or . Careless Table Methods. J An English health journal express es ! great surprise at the quantity of food eaten "by American against English laborers. It is very curious to see he w different foods preponderate in differ ent industries. The textile worker in Europe will have 95 pounds of meat per annum for every 100 units of co n eumption, or, say, a quarter of a pound of meat a day, while steel workers i n dulge in 114 pounds for every 100 trails. On the other hand, the weaver con sumes more flour than the steel work er 275 pounds per 100 units instead of 208 pounds lie also takes ahout 71 pounds of sugar more per 100 unite, and a dozen more eggs; of butter, lard and tea both take about the same, though both in tea and coffee the weaver a little exceeds the other. That is, in the calling which demands the greater muscular exertion, a great-er j amount of nitrogenous food is required. On the Eu...

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. — 8 November 1894

"7 Ifrs. Judge Pecfc ; Dyspepsia Mrs, Judge Peck Tells Hoiv She Was Cured Sufferers from Dyspepsia should read the fol lowing letter from Mrs. II. 31. Peck, wife of Judge Teck, a Justice at Tracy, Cal., and a writer connected with the Associated Press: "Ey a deep seuso of gratitude for the great benefit T have received from the use of Ilood's Sarsaparilla, I have been led to write the follow ing statement for the benefit of sufferers who may be similarly afllicted. For 15 years I have been a great sufferer from dyspepsia and Heart Trouble. Almost everything I ate would distress me. I tried different treatments and medicines, but failed to realize relief. Two years ago a friend prevailed upon me to try Ilood's Sarsaparilla. The first bottle I noticed helped me, so I con tinued taking it It did me so much good that my friends sjwke of the Improvement. I have received such great benefit from it that Gladly Recommend Et. I now have an excellent appetite and nothing I cat ever distresses...

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. — 15 November 1894

'"fl!" -.. - --- 'it ' VOLUME XI. "SSTJOH-NS, APACHE OOTTNTAMZONA TERRITOBY, THUBSDAY, NOVEMbER 15, 1894 KUMEEE 7 Divided we Flood. Until we fell. Copenhagen- will be officially " opened as n free port. ; BrjCKY O'Neil was a mustard ' plaster on the democratic party. A telegram from St. Paul pays r;.-.r.ei wont V.pnnhlienn as of yore. The Republicans will probably "Iiave a working majority in the next congress. AT LASr is era "77" "3 TtiATnnsfvn ill , Toils; tiic ' The railway mileage of the world, according to a German .minority, is as follows: Europe, 144.330 miles ; America, 21S,9.10 miles; Asia, 28, 229 miles, with a total of 406,416 miles for the entire civilized world. America has, according to these fig ures 43 per cent of the world's rail way mileages. The Deadly fiioliarc Desert. A nartv of cattlemen out on the Mohave desert recently came across) Kc and His .Partner Desperately Fonto Canturec! at Gateway. Baslifs Pullman contributed $250,000 to ie Republican campaign fund. ...

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