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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 December 1894

MOURNING FOR SNAKES. 2iew England Resiles Must Bo Taking Their Vacation. YvThenevcr,you say: "Thisls a splen did .season" to the Boston Journal's uiakc editor, he shakes his head sor rowfully and remarlcs: "Not a bit of it It's the worst season on record." "Why, didn't you see the other day that rattlesnakes had appeared at Exeter, N. IL?" he was asked by an in quirer. "What of that?" was the reply. "Would you consider that that was -worth being" compared with the story from the west about the man who went down into an abandoned mine and kille'd one hundred and" thirty three rattlesnakes, drank a quart of whisky and earned one hundred dollars in less than an hour?" And the snake editor's eyes fairly glistened at the thought of the ad venture. "Don't you remember the eight-foot snake found out at the Back Bay?" "What is an eight-foot snake in Bos ton to be compared with the big ser pent stories coming from other parts of the country. Thex-e was the boa con strictor who escaped from 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. — 20 December 1894

. " u , , . " ' ; 1 . ttST -- t : '-. -.at- 3.- 8- - HISTORIC OLD IRONSIDES. Hew Se Escaped When Pursued by Soven Brltlsli Warahip3t The Constitution, or Old Ironsides, as she is familiarly known, is the most famous of all the wooden ships that we have preserved, says a writer in Har per's Young" People. Time and again , " did she vanquish the English ships in the war of 1812, and proud -were the people of her captures. Probably the most thrilling incident of her career was her escape from seven English men-of-war after an exciting chase of nearly three days and nights. The chase began on July 17, 1812. The Con stitution was out for a long cruise, and was weighed down with stores. The sea was calm and no wind was .stirring. Capt. Hull put out his men in boats to to tow the ship. They pulled valiantly, and as night came on the "kedge" anchor -was run out half a mile ahead. The crew on the ship kept pulling on this, and the Britishers didn't discover for a long time the, secret. Final...

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. — 20 December 1894

J- ITr. Erwln C. Chase Uothell, Wash. 5 HOOD'S Read Mi. Chase's Expe rience with a Substitute And the Clad Result of Taking HOOD'S. WC I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: ' " Last March I liad to giyo up work, 'com pletely worn out' I felt tired all the time ; Lad frequent headaches, mid spells of dizziness; I had no appetite, and what littlo I did eat, dis tressed me terribly. My wife was feeling about the same. I went to the drug store, and called for Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tho druggist said ho was out of Ilood's, but tint he could give mo a medicine made from about tho samo formula, HoodV'Cures just as good. I bought a bottle and carried It home, and wife and I took It faithfully. That bottle was finished and -we could see no Improve ment. A second and then a third Tottle follow ed, when my wife declared she would take it no longer, as sno believed she felt worse than she did before taking It AVe put tho third bottle away half full ; and I went to tho drug-store and cot a bottle of H...

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. — 27 December 1894

1 P ill has elected B. United State3 The fRepubllcansjioF Californio will contest Budd's election for governor. The ruling topic in the present Fession of Congress will be finance. .The silver men will make the strong est efforts of their lives. Grave fears are entertained that all foreigners resident in the city of Pekin, will be massecred upon the appearancelthere of the Japanese. A soif3was born to Mary Ander son Navarro, the well known Amer ican actress, on Friday of last week. The child died the same day. The prospects for statehood were never.brighter.than at present. No doubt our people are ready for it, after the long delay they have pa tiently borne. Corbett annonuoes that he will fight JJitzsimnions and after he whips him, will forever retire from the ring. His ambition has taken anothcraturn. He wants to become an actor. The fact that the Porte has with drawn its invitation to the United States to send a Commissioner to investigate the Armenian -outrages is pretty good ev...

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. — 27 December 1894

-ftr-. ,;eY3 ,N yHE EAST. Their Great Jlr.ll; Corresponds to ' In tricacy of the Locks. In the "History .'f Xinevch, and Its P&Iaces," by Joseph Ilonomi, we find a description of, perhaps, the oldest lock ever discovered, says Hardware. It was used in securing" the gate of the apartment in one of the palaces of Khorsabhad In describing this ancient piece of hardware if such terras .may be applied to wooden locks he says: "At the end of the chamber, just behind the first bulls, was former ly a strong" wooden gate, of one loaf, wliich was fastened by a large wooden lock, like those still used in the cast, of which the key is as much as p. man can conveniently carry, and by a bar which moved into a square hole in the walL It is to a key of this description that the prophet probably alludes. 'And the kcj' of the house of David will I lay upon his shoulder;' and it is remarkable that the word for key in this passage of Scripture, 'mnCtah,' is the same in use all over the east at the ...

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. — 27 December 1894

r 4 " !N VALES. la the Very Soul and Kernel of the Welsh Nature Every church and chapel in every "JVelsh village and town, according" to the Westminster Review, has its choir, often nnmhering- sixty, seventy or a hundred voices, and every choir has its musical prodigies, leaders of parts, mayhap, vrho have never had a lesson in music in their lives, or some uncouth colliers or tip-girls, with voices -which, had they been trained and developed, might have made of them Edward Lloyds or Antoinette Sterlings. Dis trict after district has its "united choral union," which will take up the study of some work of the great mas ters and deliver'it at an annual con cert or Christmas festival; not in the pale, flickering, dispassionate style which is so characteristic of some Eng lish choirs, but with rugged fire and intensity. I have had the good fortune to hear the greatest oratorios rendered amder the most brilliant conditions that tal ent and culture could produce in this the most talented ...

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. — 27 December 1894

5X -. ,, . J".- ...... . J . - . y - , . Oof Bstlhv Boy 1 cannot - - r l Buffered intensely From impure Blood ( Till Perfectly Cured by Hood's j Sarsaparilla Harveyville, Kansas. "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: " Our little baby boy is now almost two years old. "When he was about six -weeks old thero appeared a breaking out on his head and breast "We tried various salves and soaps, but it Continued to Crow Worse And we took him to a doctor. He said it was scrofula, but his treatment failed, and we called upon 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 puff up with corruption. Then it would come off, taking the hair with it. About three months ago Ave resolved to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Olive Ointment To day we are happy to say that Burtron is now Entirely We!!. The sores have all disappeared and his hair is growing nicely. He has only taken one bottlo of Hood's Sarsa...

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. — 3 January 1895

;iy: OLUME XI. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1895. NUMEER 14 fdJfe'-'' Why Mr. Clevsland should have gone south to hunt when there is so much game in Washington, is a Christmas puzzle. George Smith, a pugilist, ha3 been killed in a six-round contest in London with an Australian jiamed Winters. .- Peori, in Maricopa county, i? -quite elated over the building of the F., P. & P. road, and offers 1DD lots in the plane to 100 settlers, who 'will build 100 residences on them. The telegraph brings the informa tion that the Cliff House, one of t $;in Francisco's old land marks. 'cr'lias been destroyed by fire, but that it will be- replaced with a million dollar structure. '- It is simply silly to tatalk about ."pressure" having to be brought to hear upon any man to accept the republican nomination for the Presidency. It is an homr no man ever declined. o The cost of the territorial reform Fehool, at Flagstaff, has been esti mated at $25,000. Architect...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 3 January 1895

5 "fesssaf-" ilt-i". I (-3.; or rear.. 1THE CALIFORNIA FAIR T Now Dovelopsd Beyond It3 Pro jectors' Expectations. JSeveaty-Firo XinlltKisEo Accessary to Con tain tbo Kxbibils ncaTiillul Location Foreigner-; SInf !i Interested and n Larc AtCectlitncs Expected California'!! midwinter exposition, of which much lias been heard in tne cast ol late, lias assumed proportions far i:i excess of the original plans. It has grown from a m?re 'bijou to an international exhibit of magnifi cence and importance. When the idea of holding- a fair on the Pacific coast first tool: root in the mind of M. II. De Young-, who was made director general, it was thought that thirty buildings would suffice, but as work progressed the plans expanded, until now it is seen that at least seventy-five buildings will be necessary for the ex hibits offered. The idea of holding this fair, coming so late and leaving so little time for the construction of buildings and installation of exhibits was extremely daring, but ...

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. — 3 January 1895

ill 111 Mk ifi (... lion: a Damage Salt "Was Defeated Through a little Knowledge of Optics. Here is an interesting- account of a very clever "bit of detective work by an oculist. It appears that in a large fac tory, in -which were employed several hundred persons, one of the workmen, in wielding- his hammer, carelessly al lowed it to slip from his hand. It flew half way across the room and struck a fellow working-man in the left eye. a litUe Knowledge of Optics. , 01 ac IP illl H GMMmOff &U A ESgSS The man averred that his sight was blinded "by the blow, although a care f ul examination failed to reveal any in jury, there being- not a scratch visible. He brought a suit in the courts for compensation for the loss of half of his eyesight, and refused all offers of com promise. Under the law, says the Sheffield (England) Telegraph, the owner of the factory was responsible for an injury resulting from an accident of this kind, and although he believed that the man was shamming and t...

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. — 3 January 1895

WW ZTj'5. .ditfe TJiomaa Sodavillc, Oregon. Veak, Tired, Nervous Pains in the Stomach Kino Years of Suffering Kow It All Ended. "C. I. Tlood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : v "For 9 years I have had a pain in my stomach besides nervousness, weak spells and constant tired feeling. For the first five years I did not doctor much but gradually growing worse, came Ao this state for the benefit of my health. I was treated by several good physicians 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 I fell off ia weight from 1 30 Pounds to SC. About four months ago I commenced taking Ifood's Sarsaparilla, and from that time I have steadily improved in health and gained ia RiTcngth. I al30 had a bunch on my neck as big as a hen's egg which bothered me to breathe. Since taking Ifood's Sarsaparilla that has dis appeared. During the past year my husband's body b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 January 1895

JANUARY lO, 1895. NUMBER 15 v. - -is Bar.-.- v Awe?' - BR mm Any reader of this paper can get The St. Louis Globe-Democrat ABSOLUTELY Fit EE FOR THREE months. Read the offer in this is f ue and lake advantage of it at once. The Weekly Globe-Democrat is issued in Semi Weekly sections, - eight pages each Tuesday and Fri day, sixteen every week, making it " ' practically a Semi-Weekly paper itrr-. . , i - . .- -sz e ine;pncc is oiv iJWiAitpA publican, but it gives all the news, and is absolutely indispensible to the farmer, merchant, or profession al man who has not the time to read a large daily pnper, and yet desires to keep promptly and thor oughly posted. Sample Copies will 'be 'sent free on application to Globr Printing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Japan, it is reported, proposes as . one of the conditions of peace with China that the two nations shall agree upon an Asiatic policy, for their mutual protection from Euro pean influence. Japan has a pop " "ulation nearly equal to that of Fran...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 10 January 1895

mm - "p: r I ? -St. HlSp?. - riti't ti i a si m w nm f i A GREAT Rg . X H Pi aft Si i Vil UUifi'. j .-A Favo'rit9 Old Pastime of tho j o Scotjh People. ,.-A Favorit9 Old Pastime of the Scotjh People, fpI.- It Is Now Very Popular with Americano t . Who Have tiie Time and Moans to Play It How the Game Is Played. Golfis fast becoming popular. Among society people it hss got to be quite the ! ' thing This favorite Scotch game can ,be traced so far -back that the exact ! date cf its origin is lost.- While its ; adoption in this country has been slow, j it is now firmly rooted, says the Cincin nati Enquirer, and this season promises ' to be its greatest. In their search, for ( something new the society folic have ,' seized upon it, and many are learning the game. . - j Golf ir. not limited to any particular class cf individuals. Ladies and chil dren can play the game as well as men, and in nearly oil the golf clubs which - liavc recently been organized the worn- , en show as keen an inter...

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. — 10 January 1895

I, FATE OF GOLD HUNTERS. "Driven Iasano by Thirst TTIiUe -Seeking Fortunes on the Colorado Bascrt. Misfortunes that have overtaken so manv wretched desert old hunters seems to have no effect on other seek-! ers after fortune, says the Pain Springs rrVil 1 nrr-cmrnf1fTif. nf fho "NTavc-York i , x - j Telegram. Perhaps no fate has been j so sad as that of the unknoirn pros-1 pector who was carried into Yuma re-; cently insane for the want of water ! and food. xne unnappy man Xju& m .an appearance with his nurse nt the romantic village of Durmid on Southern Pacific track. Durmid is in from Salton. This and Volcano arc me j-t t dreariest spots in the world. For many ' miles in the vicinity of Volcano Springs j nothincr criows. The ground is treach- crous, for under its seeming firm ex terior are boiling mud wells. There is shelter for neither beast nor bird. Even the miserable sage brush gets no "hospitality from the lean soil. A piti iless sun by day and a hot wind by night greet t...

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. — 10 January 1895

5 fit A;' - -.-!- Heart Palpitation Indigestion, Impure Blood Cured by Hood's. 2Ir. J. TT. Bridges "C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass.: "Dear Sirs: Duriug the winter and spring I have used a dozen tottles of Hood's Ssirsapa rilla in my family, and I am quite sure wo liavo been greatly benefited by it. For years I have been troubled vrith Indigestion, accompanied HOOD . Sarsapariila by sympathetic heart trouble, and Hood's Sar sapariila has done me Yery much good. "Wo have also given it to the children for impure blood and ringworms rrith very good results.' D. W. Bridges, Pleasant Hill, Oregon. N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa riila do not be Induced to buy any other. Hood's PHIs cure all Liver Ills. Biliousness Jaundice, Indigestion Sic!: Headache. 23c. ST. JOHNS HEEALD e itered in the Postollice atSt. Johns as second claB3 matter. Published every Thursday EDITOR AND MANAGEh , OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL O JVKSNOR, .L. C. Hughes. ... Tupsoi: . . .Co?l i e ...C. M. Br...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 January 1895

1 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ABIZONA TERRITOBY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1895. V OLUMS XI. NUMBER 16 -OH- IK. - tZT" 5", . ,-'J i " ' ' -k - I . All an editor has to do is to hunt news clean rollers, set type, sweep the floor, pen short items, -fold pa persj write wrappers, make paste, mail the paper, talk to visilorsis tribule type, saw wood, read proofs, correct mistakes, hunt the- shears, write editorials, dodge the bills, dun the delinquents, take cussings from the whole force, say a few cuss words ourselves, try to please Jen tile and Jew,bound '& free, rich and poor, and tellg our subscribers we j wailtmoney. We say we have no business to make mistakes while we attend to thelittle matters.and getting our living on gopher tail's soup flavord with im agination, and wearing old shoes, no collar and a patch on our pants, obliged to tum siniling'counten ance to the man who tells us our paper isn't worth a continental any how, and that he could make a bet tcrone wilhjiis eyes shut. ...

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. — 17 January 1895

BnffiW-nai TliTT - 1 " .- i 1 v A BENEVOLENT BARON. Hia Biff "Winnings on the Turf Distributed Among the Poor. Rather more than a year since, says the London Telegraph, we gave a list of the charitable donations bestowed by Baron de Ilirsch in 1393 upon the hospitals, homes and benevolent insti tutions which he had selected as recip ients of the large sums of money won by him upon the turf in public stakes in 1S91 and 1S92. In the first of these years the baron won about 835,000 and in the second year about 8175,000, in cluding such small items as moneys paid to the second in selling raees and the prizes attaching to second and third places in general races. Altogether the sum amounted to about 8210,000, and this munificent gift represented the baron's gross winnings in public stakes, from which no deduction was made for the expense of training a large stud of horses, for traveling charges, forfeits, stakes, jockey's fees and other items comprised in the large and swollen bills with...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 January 1895

lib.,-, x I 3I1fffffffffffffffftfffffffffffffffffffffffK :zj- infill' IS?" LA 5- s HixrDTrnxTim rnrw WHPTn ii-ii i i I'll jL.r i J 1 1 vxi.uii i Sir Henry Bessemer and His Proc ess of Making SteeL At First Thought tzy Scientists to Ho Vis ionary and Impracticable, But Ulti mately Proved to Be a Splen did Succcsg. The man "who inaugurated the reign of steel by so vastly increasing its uses, and invented a method of manufacture wnich makes the product even lower in cost than the kind of metal it was destined so largely to replace, ranks among the world's greatest inventors, though, says Harper's Monthly, he did not reach his goal unaided "by the skill and genius of colaborers. The pneu matic process of making steel by which Sir Henry Bessemer added more to the wealth, of the world than any man of his generation furnished curious ex ample of what Tyndall called the sci entific use of the imagination. Bes semer, like Siemens and Thomas, who share with him the honors of modern iron metal...

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. — 17 January 1895

Catarrh in the Head An Unfortunate Inheritance- How It Was Destroyed. "Spokane, Wash., Aug. 9, 1803. UC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : ! "Gentlemen: I wish to add my testimony to the -worth of Hood's Sarsaparilla. My little Eirl has been cared by It of Inherited catarrh. She had colds continually every month and yel low discharge, but since taking Hood's Sarsa HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES parllla has been entirely cured. Hood's Sar saparilla I have found of great help to my other children." Mns. L. M. G illkttr. Hood's PIHs.are hand made, and perfect In proportion and appearance. 25c. per box. ST. JOHNS HERALD e itered in the Postollico atSt. Johns as second class matter. Published every Thursday EDITOR AND MANAGER, OFPICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Govehnob, L. C. Hughes Tucson Bbcketarv C. M. Bruce CotriiiiC. TitKA-simsa, J. A. Fleming. 1 heemx Burr, public iNsTac'N, F.J.NetberUn,l'hocnix Auditor, U. C. Boone Phcemx. Attorney Gkneral,...1, J. Heney, . .Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C....

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 24 January 1895

;Jp : . V ULUMEX1. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24-, 1895. NUMBER 17 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report akin owaer BSOLUTEE.Y --The Tempe New says: There is girl in Missouri who is said to.b so charged with electricty that whom she touches slio kills. As n consequence, her "bringing-up was dreadfully neglected. For " long time herjmother did not dare rv to spank her, and it was onljT when - :- ine oia iauv inoumii tu a snu Ffc -VSi -JS- - - - 1 M,ot cnn tJtXT ii -: P- Willi ii Jjuisa duiv; iikiu dj duu grew into a beautiful young lady she captivated a young man who longed - to kiss herjuby lips but could only do so through a silk handkerchief, and he felt tha this was too strained ; so the en gagement was declared off. It wil thus" be seen that she has a great faculty for throwing off sparks Fur a lime she was hired to charge hattries in a laboratoiy, but her charges were to high ; so this was given up, and now hnr father c...

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