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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 November 1894

4- ; - ) 1 - "-rT SERPENTINE LOBE. Interesting Scientific Facts About Poisonous Snakes. piffcrcnt Effects of the Venom of Va tr . T 1 1 --..i rrl. Tt...lln Hfn. ! rine Snakes of the In dian Ocean. The following- facts arc given b'v a snake scientist, a man, in fact, who; knows what he is talking- about. Such i a one is Dr. Leonard Stejneger, in! charge of the reptilian department of : the national museum at Washington. ' He said to a correspondent of the Bos-. ton Transcript: J "You do not. admire snakes, I sup pose? Well, it is all a matter of taste. ! There was Prof. IJaird, former ceere- j tary of the Smithsonian institution. Hp swallowed the poison glands of the ', rattlesnake one day, just to make sure that the venom was harmless when' taken internally. The experiment was , a risky one; I would have adviod him against it. At all events, it is J well that he did not try the poison glands of a cobra. j "You sec," continued the doctor, gently stroking with his linger the: head of ...

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. — 15 November 1894

f -. 4 ' , l-MCOMES IN ENGLAND. Wealthy Men Not So Numerous as in America. Notwithstanding: Wlilcli the Wealth This Country Is 3Iore Evenly Dis tributed Facts Gleaned from Figures, of If the evidence of the British govern ment returns shoving- the number of persons assessed for the income tax is 1 trustworthy the number of very rich J people in the United Kingdom is small. Only 250,000 subjects of the queen con- fess to an annual income ot over 1,000 a year derived from trades or profes sions. The vrli ole n umber of th em who live on the scale represented by a fam ily income above the 1,000 mark, de rived from any source, is set down at about 2,000,003, or cue in nineteen of the population. In other words, says the Baltimore Sun, not more than 5 per cent, of the inhabitants of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland are living in the moderately well-to-do state, im plied by a family income of 20 per week. Going up in the scale of in comes we learn from these official re turns that 123...

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. — 15 November 1894

Well' and Happy Thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla Dull Headaches That Tired Feeling. Mr. W. JI- Talcs Ban Francisco, Cal. ' "One of the greatest mistakes people make Is tolockthedooE after the horse is stolen, or in other words, to wait until they are sick in bed before they do anything for the poor body. Neither my wife nor myself were real sick; I atfended to my business, and my wife to her household duties daily. But we had dull, heavy headaches, and a little over-exertion would tire us greatly and my appetite was very poor. So we took threo bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the result was perfectly satisfactory. I be lieve Hood's Sarsaparilla Saved Us a Severe Sickness And a big doctor's bill. If people would only remember that 'an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,' there would bo less suffering it? the world. Jly advice to all who do not feel -ivell Is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla according to directions, and you will be wen aim nappy. "W. II. Toles, 145 12th St., San ...

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. — 22 November 1894

''XT. i4 if t Mp;', -: The Cotton Fair opened at Waco, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Mgrr: yesieruav. It is paid that another revolution imminent, in Cuba. "TE United States cruiser York town lias been ordered to China. TnE-raisinjcrop promises to be very short. The Jonlerev has been ordered jfco Puget Sound. "The Yoriitown is to leave Mare Island for Honolulu. Mike "Kelly, tle lainous baseball plajror, died in New York last night. Chicago proposes to regulate the j)rice of bread by a city ordinance. The remains of the late Czar of Russia have been taken to Sebas , topol. 'The Arlington Inn at Ft Worth, Texas, was burned yestcrdaj'. Loss .$150,000, Thirteen cases of small-pox- Vere discovered yesterday in New York. A. H, Wilder, a wealthy resident of St Paul, Minn., died in that city 3resterday. When Arizona is admitted the '"battle for ppliticai supremacy will - he a da rid v.. A large crop of contested elec tion cases is said to be sprouting in Xhe Southern States. Lee Laweresce, a negro,...

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. — 22 November 1894

WILD HOGS TN' AEIZOfAJ .Largo Droves of Degenerate De scendants of Tame Porkers. The Thrilling Experience of an Over-Con. fldent Hunter Who "Went Oat to Bag s Tender Young: Sucker A Bad Old Boar. The wildest of wild hogs live "both above and below Yuma, on the Colo rado river, says the San Francisco Chronicle. While the steamer was lying- at Castle Dome landing" a few days since, loading- with ore, a fine band of , them on the opposite shore camo down to tii 3 river to feed on the oanks, where the grrjs and weeds were green, and to g-et a drink of water. They paid no attention to the boat or to the Indians r.t work. After loafing around for awhile an old boar came out of the brush, and, on spying us, gave a "swish," and away they all went. Hardly a day passes that the Indians and cattlemen do not run upon them. These bands seem to be more timid than ugly. "When the late Thomas lilythe was trying to settle a colony at Lerdo, forty-five miles below Yuma on the Colorado, he set down a ...

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. — 22 November 1894

vs- - 'or. - n it -sat 4 4- i -Km: ' 2 Jfiff GEIZZUES. - Immense Bears That Roam the Woods of Manitoba. Lrjjer Tn Any Others of the Same X"mlly la the United States Thouj-h g till to Be Found They Are .Not So Numerous as Formerly- Fifteen years ago, says a Manitoba pioneer in the Chicago Times, the grizzly bear was so plentiful among the Manitoba Rockies that the Hudson Bay company annually secured many , hundreds of their skins from the army of hunters and trappers that had its range in that wild region. But to-day this fierce and ponderous beast no where so fierce or of such enormous proportions as among the Manitoba fastnesses is quite a rarity in its old haunts, and I doubt if one can now be come upon without a difficult and tedious journey of at least three hun dred miles into the interior wilderness of the province. The grizzly has met with almost as hard a fate as the buffa- , lo, although, from the nature and isola- ( tion of its present retreats and the difficulties attenda...

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. — 22 November 1894

Jj-?', , - w -;- ; . ' '.'ii-"-' -"-'. -""-, - " " - .-4-i' ' ' . " 1 .-V .-. HP- Lost a Le Blood Poisoned by a Slight Accident But Hood's Sarsaparijla Purified, and Restored Health. "C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: " Gentlemen Three years ago a file penetrat ed one of my legs just above the knee. I 'was some distance from a doctor'and the wound was not properly dressed. Tailing to'.f eceivo the necessary treatment, Blood Poisoning set In. I became so weak'and'my iystem so much run down that I could not turn in bed or jiclp myself in any way.- After seventeen jnoiuhs' confinement, my wife took me to Walla 3alla, "Wash. Here the surgeons amputated my leg half way between the knee and the hip. Following this my health improved slightly but shortly gatherings began to form on my body iand caused me much pain and suffering. Sev eral remedies were tried but did not give mo re lief. Finally Hood's Sarsaparilla was recom mended and 1 Could See a Change from tlio first Gradually I hav...

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. — 29 November 1894

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA EBRITOBY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1894 NUJMEER 9 VOLUME XI. r" '" ' Pi - L "'SB. A populist candidate in Los An- geles made the campaign at an ex pense of $1.55 Buffalo is the only city in the United States that has given Che country two Presidents. Prom lSS(7lo 1890 3,0G4 Luther an churches were erected in this country, or at the rate of six a week. The high tariff builders will soon forsake their accustomed occupa tion and begin building castles in Spain, Tire populists polled eleven per cent of the vole of Arizona, taking Dr. Woy, their candidate for coun cil man-at-1 a rge, as a fair sample. Some of the papers are talking about the election echoes. Those things that fall with a heavy, dull, sickening thud have no echoes. Now that Oakes Murphy is elect ed, we can rest assured that the great things promised by the re publicans before the election will be consummated. Keports came from Michigan that an earthquake shock was ex perienced there yesterd...

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. — 29 November 1894

7 A HATED EMPEROPu JQl Feeling Existing Between the Chinese Buler and His Subjects. fho Qpcedy Downfall of tho Present Dyu- fMty Prophotlcally Announced Tho v- Country to Be Divided Into Tlirce Kingdoms, Reports of a serious revolt against the present Chinese government in Manchurin and the issue of proclama tions by the rebels declaring that the Manchu dynasty is near its end have created a great deal of interest among the foreign colony in the treaty ports, ays a letter from Shanghai. News that bears directly upon the reported disaffection in many provinces of China pomes from Nanking. It appears that all up through the great valley of the Yangtse a finely -written prophecy of the approaching end of Manchu rule ia being circulated. It is almost impossi ble for a foreigner who has not lived in China to understand the importance that is given by the gentry to anything which is well written or carefully printed. If such a document does not strongly violate the probabilities it will b...

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. — 29 November 1894

: i . i i i B B I r WILD BEASTS HIS FRIENDS. The Queer Stories Told About a Pioneer Washington Bancher. Among some visitors to Seattle the other day was Peter Gallagher, a rancher living three miles from Ben-, ton, says the Seattle Press-Times. Mr. ! Gallagher is one of the pioneers of the ( sound country, and has lived on the j same place for twenty years or more, taking up a quarter section as a home- j stead from the government. By years j of hard toil he hts cleared up and im- I proved a splendid place, which, though secluded from the outside world, is a model ranch, of which the owner is justly proud. . Mr Gallagher is not given to hunting and does not molest wild game of any kind, and to this may "be ascribed the tameness of a number of animals which make the woods in that vicinity a home. One of these, a black "bear, has for a year visited his stockyard almost daily and eaten with the cattle, lying down among the calves and displaying neither fear nor ferocity. Mr. Gallagher ...

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. — 29 November 1894

1 "ji? is" ... 3'- 6 . I; At Death's Doo BSccd Poisoned After Ty phoid Fever A ftlaryelous Curo by Hood's After AH EIS3 Failed. "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, 2Ias3.: "Dear Sirs: Twenty-five years ago I had a bilious fever, and later it turned into typhoid fever, and for five weeks I lay like one dead, hut at last I pulled through and got up around. I soon discovered on ray left leg just ahovc tho knee a small brown spot about as big as a three cent piece, which puffed np but did not hurt mo or feel soro. I did not pay any attention to it until two years after, when it commenced to spread and have the appearance of a ring worm. It itched and burned and I commenced doctor ing, but to no avail. I Cot Only Momentary Relief, And sometimes not even that. I could not sleep nights, and on account of the itching I scratched tho spot until the blood would run. In hot weather my elbows and all my joints were just the same, and what I have suffered I cannot de scribe with a pen. Last February ...

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. — 6 December 1894

i i Hfehv ; pr:- . - . -sr.. .'2 VOLUME XI. A woman atPetaluraa, California, committed suicide on (he 22d by saturating her clothing with kero- sence and setting fire to it. ' The republican delegate in New . Mexico was elected by 3000 major ity. The Llizznrd was more severe in that manyana land than even in Arizona. iTHE repulioan gain in five states var as follows : lew York, 77,- fi4& ; Pennsylvania, 57,157 ; Indi an ri a, 21,017; Minnesota, 22,979 ; and Wisconsin, 15,996. The democrats have six stalwart -rnembers of the Arizona council, 9 nnd the people will look to them to see that no partisan or vicious leg islation is enacted tliis nv'inter?'; C A colored politician in-r Phoenix iys : "The nigger wants sound uiioney ; that's what he does. He tawanls a sifter dollars that rattles arpuiid in his jocket Jike a, tam bourine at a miriistrel show." Emperor William has ordered tjftt his "Sang an Aegir" bo made ti8ubjcct of. study in the higher Jujsian. . schools. JTheczar Js ?mo...

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. — 6 December 1894

BEATER EABMINGr. A Unique and Thriving- Industry j of North Dakota. The Amimala Obtained from Trappers and Conflncd in Ponds TVIiero They Xaltlply Very Rapidly How They Are IMspatched, "'"The industry and sagacity of the" Leaver have often been commented upon. But those qualities have no', prevented this animal from being looked upon as a fair object of capture, says the New York Ledger. Its fur it valuable, and, therefore, it is much Bought after by trappers. Still, it may Hurprise some people to know that in one part of this country, at least, there are me& who raise beavers for the mar ket, just as they might do corn or cat tle. It is in McLean county, N. D., that beaver farming is largely carried on. The ' soil is very poor and is not adapted, as are other parts of the state, to wheat growing. The Missouri river runs along the western border of the county, and numerous streams flow into it from among the hills to the north and east. Cottonwoods and elm trees grow on the banl...

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. — 6 December 1894

5 JC.-: 3 Renewal of the Barbarous Prac " tioe During' Becent Troubles. Hatlre Troops Cat Off the Heads of Girls m Well as Mea and Place Them at the Feet of The!" ' There was a renewal of the practice of "head-hunting'" in Samoa during the recent troubles between the partisans of Malietoa and of Mataafa; and upon the occasion, in violation of old Samoan customs, the heads of girls, as well as of men, were taken by the native troops engaged to fight for the triple protec torate which exists under the authority of the British, German, and American governments. By advices received in Washington from spies a short time ago, says a recent dispatch, it was learned that an attempt to put a stop to the practice had been made by the American jurist, Sir. Ide, of Vermont, who was last year appointed to the office of chief justice of Samoa, but the attempt was unsuccessful, as it was not sustained by the resident consuls. When the government troops went out to fight Mataaf a's people in the re...

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. — 6 December 1894

Saved Our Boy A Clergyman's Statement Constitutional Scrofula Entirely Cured. ' 41 C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : "Gentlemen: "Wishing to tell what Hood's Sar. fsaparilla lias done lor us, I cill say that 3 years ago we had a beautiful boy born to us. "When . about six months old he took a sore mouth . Everything that "was known as usual remedies in such cases was" used. I had two doctors but 'all to no benefit. At the age of H mouths he , 'Lreathed his-last. Thus we laid Our Darling Child in the grave. On Aug-4, 1891, another boy was born unto -us. At the age of two months he be czuno afflicted with the same disease, I believed tho boy's trouble was constitutional, and no! common sore mouth. I procured a bottle oi Hood's Sarsaparilla and commenced to give it regularly to both mother and baby, and occa sionTy washed his mouth with a syrup of buck brush root Improvement began at once. Ve have succeed in eradicating the scrofulous blood ' from the system and to-day we are bles...

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. — 13 December 1894

Br mmi: ; volume xi. faaBKsSKi iiiMin ii in 1 1 1 It seeiiiB to be a case of peace or pieces with China. Three women were elected mem bers of the Colorodo legislature. Aijthetalk of China overrun ning Merest of the world has died out. Chin's "running" expenses are the biggest part of her war expen ditures. CHiNA.cries enough to Japan and appeals to Uncle Sam to pull the little fellow off. The emperor of China has de clared that he's no hog. Heknows when he is whipped. The difference between the Chinese-Japan war and the foot bull craze in this country is not so much after all. The war between China and Ja pn n may be called off any moment, but this is not likely till the Japs get everything they are after. Uncle Sam is a real estate deal er on a mammoth scale. During the pastjyear over 10,000.000 acres" of land were soldby the government. The syndicate of New York bank ers who took the $50,000,000 gov ernment loan had enough money left to pay for a thanksgiving tur key. A little mor...

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. — 13 December 1894

7ARLETIE3 OE COURTSHIP Eho Antique, tho Progressive and the Epliemerai. A Chappron Gives Heme Interesting: Ob servations Upon the Workings of the Tender I'asslon !n Young Girls of To-Day. "You see," said the chaperon of a quartette of lively girls at Long Branch, says the Chicago Inter Ocean, "there are now three kinds of court- tner the antique, the progressive and the ephemeral. Odd, isn't it, where the heart is concerned? Both the an- tique and the ephemeral land arc found among the old girls and boys and the debutantes, while the progressive sort is confined mostly to those who have been in society a half dozen sea sons or less. "The antique is the kind which has for its password one life, one love. The ephemeral lends to the fancy of the hour without further reflection. The progressive is one with which we have to deal in answering the query: 'Where are the old favorities, and why are the younger set so popular?' "It is most natural that the matured bachelor and the rosebud sho...

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. — 13 December 1894

I .. " ft I4-'- Beef Preserved and Kept Pure by a Per meation df Ozone. A writer in a Minneapolis newspaper relates with great circumstantiality how a party of diners in a hotel were surprised and just a little horrified to learn that the roast beef they had eat en was twenty-one days old, and had heen lying exposed to the sun for that length of time. They were reassured when they were informed that the meat had been subjected to a permeation of ozone, and by this means "preserved as well as purified." The diners will probably learn be fore they gain the information from this column, says the New York Mail and Express, that they encountered something entirely new in chemical ac tion, and if any one of them has the courage to try it he can very readily prove the assertion. Ozone is one of the principles of oxygen. Prof. Loew says it is one of the greatest oxidyzers known, or, as he once expressed it, "a sublimation of that portion of our at mosphere "which supports life, and at the s...

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. — 13 December 1894

Miss E. Irena Harris Irving, Oregon. j Fought for Life Long Siege of Dangerous Illness Left In Low Condition-Given Health and Strength by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "C. I. Hood & Co,. Lowell, Mass.: "Gentlemeu: I liavo bceu through a terrible alege of illness, and owe my present health to Hood'3 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 that 11 I ever got up I would have Consumption, I had such a terrible cougli and threw off twice my weight I continued in a very weak and low condition; my weight falling from 115, before I was taken sick, to 68 pounds. Then in January, 1823, 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 all until I began to take Hood's Sarsaparil...

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. — 20 December 1894

VOLUME -XI. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1894 J NUMBER 12 Legitimate advertising always pays the advertiser. The first bill to pass the present congress was a pension hill. ' The cattle business is now in the best shape it has bpen in for 3rears; f JTexas is a big State and does 'things on a large scale even to rob bing the mails, TnEjcalamity howlers are in their days of bliss justnow,especially in the Salt Jliver valley. Congressman 3 DickBland does not take defeat much at heart. He is up and'at'ihero already. If China does not hasten to make peace with Japan, the mikado will soon'claim the earth as indemnity. The people of the Territory of Arizona are rapidly regaining con fidence in business andcourage to push it, Guatemala" may yet suceed in bringing on a war with Maxico if the disputeover the&boundary line is not soon settled. . THEa people of Arizona are for statehood and willcrush any man, orcotnbination of men, that seek to thwart ...

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