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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 16 June 1892

r In JOHNS HEEilD Published every Thursday : BY THE APACnE COU2JTT PUBLISHING COV Incorporated April 27th, 1387. - -EDrTOE AND JfANAGEB. -St Johns, Thursday, June 16. Tjie kill admitting Arizona as a - btate passed the House of Repre sentatives by a vote of 117 to 12 The bill went to the Senate and was referred to the committee on terri tories, It is thought the Senate will pass it and the President sign it, probabty in time to enable us to elect State officers this fall. The bill admitting New Mexico also Kid on tlic War Path, J.T is estimated mat mere are 800,000 blind people in Europe. passed. From the lant annual report of the Bell Telephone Company it ap Insobance aggregating more than pears that the nnmber of instru $3,600,000 is now carried, on the ments in use at the close of the year World's Fair buildings. it'- Mexico has banished to the Uni ted States a young girl charged with inciting Indians to religious revolt. 1891 was 512,407 a large increase over the previous year. ...

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. — 16 June 1892

ft. ft- 3 x-, , ' i5 ST. JOHNS HEEALD siered in the Post oflice at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor, JolinN. Irwin. Phaonix Beceetauy N. O. Murphy Teexsup.ee, J.Y. T. Smith Phanix SOFT. PcblicIxstec,x,.-..G. W. Oheyney, Tombstone. Auditoe, J. J- Hawkins Prescott Attokkey General, Herring, Tucson SUPREME COURT. Hesbt C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. JZ. E. Sloan,..-., Associate Justice... .Tucson. H, J. Jeffobds, U.B.Dist. Attorney .. -Tucson. Bobebt H. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUKTY OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. LaPrade. R. C. lilassineame. BOABD OF SUPERVISORS wm q Bslrnel J Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will he held first Monday in January, April, Julyand October. Sheriff, O. B. Little. Under Sheeiff F. W. Nelson. Bisteict Attobney T. S. Bunch. Recobdeb, Charles Jams. Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons. JCDGE of theDibteict COOBT..H. C Gooding. Pbobate Judge Art McDonald lebkof Coubt ...

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. — 16 June 1892

IS safer-: ALL SAINTS' DAY. How the First of November Is Observed in France. The ast of October Set Apart for the Cleaning of Tombstones of Depart, ed Friends In Preparation for the Morrow. There is a French nroverb which says that all corn should be sown and all fruit gathered in before All Saints' day, and that between November 1 and Christmas there can be neither too much, wind nor too much rain, for both wind and rain are useful to the crops in this season. All Saints' day, as its name implies, is celebrated November 1 in honor of all the saints. In the Cath olic religion ifc derives its origin from the dedication made by Pope Boniface IV. in the Pantheon at Come in 007. 'The old pagan temple was dedicated to the virgin and to all the martyrs, and took the name of Our Lady of the Martyrs. Towards the year 731 Pope Gregory III. erected a chapel in honor of all the saints in the church of St. Peter, of Rome. Since that time All Saints? day has always been regularly celebrated in R...

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. — 23 June 1892

VOLUME 8. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1892 NUMBER 36 mi It 4'V I --'ii 1 The State and the Individual. It seems strange, when we come to look at it and think about it, that the masses of the people should so long have borne the tyranny and oppression of individuals, their own fellow citizens, in the performance of public duties, and that they should haye allowed these individ uals, from the discharge of public functions, to reap a great profit, which of right belonged to the peo ple. And stranger still would it se'em if they allowed this policy to continue after they haye reached a point in their histor3r when, with a good measure of truth, it can be determined how great is the evil that has resulted. Experience has taught us that State power, allied with that of the individual, always creates a monopoly that oppresses the people. Especially in the his tory of municipal government we have learned that the town itself, through its own officers, can...

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. — 23 June 1892

ST. JOHNS HEEALD . ' ' Published every Thursday THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. ' - Incorporated April 27th, 13S7. . 2?- WALLACE, EDITOR AND 2IANAGER. St. Johns, Tliur3iay, June 23. The Minneapolis Convention placed before the people for their support about the weakest- ticket it was possible for them to select. Mr. Harrison is an avowed advocate of a high protective tariff, fie is also in favor of the Force Mil, and an open enemy of silver, and approves of the ''blocks of fiye" system of carrying elections, or he would never have taken his seat as Presi dent of tie United States nor ap pointed Wood to a United States Circuit Judgeship. On these ques tions the people spoke in no uncer tain tonc3 at the last congressional elections, and there is no evidence they have changed their opinions since that timo. To make matters worse, and to show that the leaders of the Republican party have un bounded faith in the efficacy of money in carrying elections, and no respect or consideration f...

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. — 23 June 1892

ST. JOHNS HESALB atered in the Posi oCicft at St. Johns as second elase matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Jovebkoe, Jokn 2. Irwin Phaonix Secretary, X. O. Murphy Phoenix Tbejlsdeeb J.Y-T. Smith Phoenix 6UPT.P0iJUClN3TEC'K,....G. V, Cheyney, Tombstone. Auditor, J, J. Hawkins Presfott Attorney Gej.-ek.al. Herring, Tucson SUPREME COURT. Hekby C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. It. E. Sloan,-..-, Associate Justice.... Tucson. 21, J. Jeffobds, U.S.Dist. Attorney ...Tucson. Robert H. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. La Prade. Board of Supervisors wiS'c itarnei1118' j I Charles Jarvis.Clerl: Quarterly meetings of the Roard will be held flrstilonaay in January, .apru.juiynuu vcioocr. Sheriff, O. R. Little Under Sheriff F. W. Nelson District Attorney T. S. Hunch Recorder Charles Jarvis TaEAfiORER W. H. Gibbons, Judoe of theDisteict Court.. H. C- Goodin Probate Judge Art McDona flLKUKor Court John T. Hocue. Terms of the...

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. — 23 June 1892

2p. mm BEATS IN TEE ALPS. Tourists Killed While Climbing the Mountains. Fonrteen Lives "Lost Among tHo Hugged Heights During the Year 1890 Some Miraculous JEscapea. "Since Alpine climbing "became apopu- lar .amusement there have never been so many fatal accidents in any one year as have marked the season of 1800. The last number of the British Al pine Journal says that fourteen per sons, travelers and guides, have per ished in accidents above the snow line during the last summer. This docs not include some very serious accidents oc curring, not to pleasure tourists, but to . people whose line of duty requires them to travel in the high Alps. For instance, about fifteen Italian soldiers, required to march from fort to fort in the Alps during the last summer, have been overtaken by storms or avalanches which have cost them their lives. One party of six men, swept from their feet, were precipitated more than one thou sand six hundred feet to the bottom of a. valley, and four of them we...

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. — 30 June 1892

VOLUME 8. " Jri;''-. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1892 NUMBER 37 ft--. 4 3 ' Only a Pen of Slaves. In this age of freedom aggres- sive freedom when every man is not-only ao good as any other man, but a little better, a story of actual and abject slavery almost in the heart of the Empire State of this land of freedom would strike most people as a fairy storv, or at least one hard to believe. The stories of "nigger driving," of the barter and sale of human beings, of families torn asunder and the individuals sold to different masters and driven away like cattle come to us now as traditions of the misty past. The mother reads the story of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." of the pursuit of Eliza across the ice by savage dogs and more savage men, to the chil dren at hgr knee. The little ones listen to the overdrawn tale in fear ful silence,but after it is all over they conclude that it is simply a story of adventure like that of "Alice in Wonderland," and the mothe...

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. — 30 June 1892

- 5 few "4 &4 i ST. JOHNS HEBALD Published every Thursdaj nr tttc APAnnn nouKTY publishing no. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. 'T 5Tj-.r WALLACE, EDrrOI AND MANAGER. St Johns, Thursday, June SO. The American consul at Gua--mas died recently. He had been in the consular service for over twenty-five 3'ears. Ida. Lewis, who at the age of 12, rescued fourToung men from a cap sized sailboat, has charge of the Lime Rock Lighthouse at Newport, Rhode Island. Boone count'. 111., has a woman sheriff, Mrs. Ames, who discharges her duties, it is said, in a perfectly -satisfactory manner, being both self possessed and determined. An English carpet firm, said to be over two hundred years old, has bought an acre of ground in Eliza beth, N. J"., and proposes building -ft factory for the manufacture of Axminster and "Wilton carpets and rugs. A bulletin issued by the Depart ment of Agriculture states the acre ageof winter wheat to be 99.9 per cent of the actual acres of last year ; spring wheat, 1...

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. — 30 June 1892

5 0 ! fir w i - ST. JOHNS HEEALD'u ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERUITOKIAL GOVEBNOH, JounN. Invin riiamlx SpSt .K. O. Murphy Phcenfx AUDITOR,... f- ATTORNEY J, J. Hawkins rrespou General, Ilerrins, Tucson SUPREME COURT. Phifif Justice Prescott. Joseph H.Kibbey. Associate Justice, Florence H. J. Jeffouds, u. 6. Dist. Attorney Robert IL Paul, U.S. Marshal R. V -SLOAN ASSOCmwJus""" .Tucson. . . .Tucson. ..Tucson. COUXTY OFFICIALS. 1 Y. T. La Prade. ' R. C. Blassiugame, Board of Supervisors wiU c Uarnes. J Charles Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Bourd will be held firstMondayinJanuary, April, Julyand October. Sheriff pVxel"on Sorder".:: xSSEom Tt.wi5tTRP.R.- W- U. Gibbons. a Eerk of CodSt'. '.. . : .John T. Hogue Terms of the District Court, first Mondays in July. POST OFFICE. SERA.FIN APODACA, P. M. Office hours: w.. f,m o a. m. until 4 p. Ji. On Sundays ffrom 1 to 2 p. A. M. , i. ilail closes goinf- east at 11 St. Johns, T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 June 1892

.....i..i BK- f: y& "ESTHETIC SAHDWICHES. A Toothsome Dainty Flavored with tfco Odors of Flowers. IThcjr Were Invented and Prepared by t!io Lames or a inict isngimi uocicsieau as a Novelty for tho Evcn- -T- . ins: 3Ical. To sraeak of an esthetic sandwich sounds almost as imespectcd and para doxical as to speak of an esthetic saus- age; and yet in England the gentle women serve, at afternoon, tea, sand wiches so amhrosial that they fully jus tify the paradox. These dainty delights, so diaphanous .that they are almost ethereal, I tasted . for the first time at Elmswood house, in Devon, says S, T. Sherman in Tahle . Talk. Elmswood house enjoys the distinc tion of having the best-appointed five o'clock tea tahle in all England, which is no modest distinction in a country where afternoon tea is such an indis-v pensablo adjunct to everyday life. The esthetic sandwich was invented by the ladies of Elmswood house, as a novelty to accompany the tea, one re cent summer; but it proved so p...

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 July 1892

lie m lb. ST. JOHNS, APAOHE COtJNTY4 ARIZONA TEBRITOBT THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892 NUMBER 38 A flew Mexico Post Office. A post office inspector writing for the Chicago Herald gives the fol lowing as a New Mexico experience : Some of an inspector's work is not of such a sombre and sadden ing character. Much of it has a ludicrous phase which softens the hardships and relieves the strain .which too constant mingling with the frail and unpatriotic of Uncle Sam's servants is apt to bring upon a man. Such an instance was the matter of the Gallup, New Mexico, post office, a berth that paid the in cumbent $1,000 a year, ''stealin's out;" where the yoke was easy, the burden light and the social posi tion fairly good, the rest of the citi zens of Gallup being mainly miners and gamblers. When "volunteers" were called for at a certain time, a man named Swan boldly offered to hold the Gallup post office against any and all enemies of Uncle Sam, , and as proof of his ability and sin cerity, brought in...

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. — 7 July 1892

- t:"X&:h'r - :- h., . .tS?;; v'f-' '-4?. - ;- ; ' v- -.-r - - i If V: y " 9- " ' -. -4 14 - I r" i ;:. , i . ST. JOHNS HEMED sir a.. Published every Thursday p" by tiie apache counts; ruBEisniKGWgo. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. J"- IF- WALLACE, - EDITOR AND MANAGER. S, Johns, Thursday, July T. there are Eaid to be 2,buu,uuu UCCU1VCB ill tlJC IJtUlCQ. David B. Hilt says he will use every effort to keep New York in the Democratic column. The Gould interest has assumed control ot the Kansas City, "Wyan dotte and Northwestern Railroad. According to her local papers '-f Yuma seems to be enjoying a sea t..4Son of great prosperity and her fn f t;ture is destined to be a prosperous .jf-one. Mark Smith, Arizona's efficient "delegate to Congress, made a wager of $500 on the 29th ult., that Cleve land would carry New York, and offers to bet $1,000 more, The St. Louis Globe-Democrat remarks sarcastically ; "That inter national monetary conference can't come too soon. The .Republicans nee...

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. — 7 July 1892

ST. JOHNS EEBALD utered in the Pobi office at St. Jolias as second ' r class matter. 3 -OFFICIAL D1R5CT0RX. Goyswos, .John N. Irwin J1 & Becbxtaky,. O. Murphr. oenp i Tbeasukee, J.Y.T. Smith.... .Phoenix Tnmhctnnn Auditor, J, J- Hawkins Prescott ATTOENEY General. herring, Tucson SUPREME COURT. Hekby C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott. Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. R E Sloan .Associate Justice.... Tucson. H J Jeffords, U.S.Dist. Attorney ...Tucson. Kobebt II. Paul, U.S. Marshal Tucson. COUXTY OFFICIALS. "J F. T. La Prade. LR. C. Blassingame, WillC Barnes. BOABD OF SUPERVISORS 1 Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held firstMondayin January, April, July and October. Siiebiff O. B. Little. Undeb Shebiff .F- Iselson. District Attobney T. S. Bunch. Rkcoedeb, Charles Jarvis. Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons. JCDQE OF THEDIBTEICT COUBT..H. C. Gooding. Probate Judge Art McDonald lerk of Court John T. Hogue. Terms of the District Court, firet MondayB in...

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 July 1892

mm' IK. ..- ft. ft I MOHAMMEDAN JUSTICE. A StMl&gr to t$aih. Still Praoticod Among- the Aig-hans- tfhe JTerrtblo X?nntflb.ment 3rctcd Out to a Criminal Pelted with Stones by & Howling: and Pitl lcs3 Hob. 1An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth." The dictum of the old law still holds good in Afghanistan. In fact, the manners, customs and sur roundings of the Afghans of to-day might be prototyped in the pages of the Old Testament as faithfully as the life of the Israelites. The Afghans arc Mohammedans, it is true, but their religion is built on old . law lines, and their social life is as simple and patriarchal as when the ' great lawgiver, Moses, ruled the des tinies of the people of Israel. For in Afghanistan of to-day oxen tread out the corn and plow the fields, and the plow itself is a counterpart of the Mosaical instrument. Corn is ground in hand mills, and a goatskin serves as "water bottle." Household and farming utensils have - -changed nothing during the centuries ...

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. — 14 July 1892

a. - . 5" 4 - fas J"1-. ' - Britaia was Hard Up. A very common but utterly erro neous idea prevails in this country that Great Britain only gave up the system technically called protection when by means of this system she had attained conditions of great prosperity and a substantial com ; manding position in manufactures and commerce. The very reverse is true ; the pro tective system was given up by ' Great Britain under the pressure of pauperism and bankruptcy in which it culminated in the years irnme- diately preceding 1842, when Sir v Robert Feel presented and carried his first great measure for the re lorm of the British tariff. The origin of customs in England was in the time of Ed ward I; thence ' forward duties were added and mul tiplied, each rate being devoted to a specific purpose, until 1784 as many as fifteen separate duties were levied upon the same article. . In 1787 . - William Pitt carried through an act . for consolidation without reducing the number of articles tax...

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 July 1892

I: 1 ' 1 - -V-Sk J, -5 Is. ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. J". IE1- WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. St. Johns, Thursday, July 14. A striking example of the man ner in which the McKiniey bill pro tects the workingman, is being fur nishsd just now at Pittsburg. Car negie, Phipps & Co., who are en gaged on a government contract, m the manufacture of steel-armor plates, one of the best protected in dustries on the entire list, deter mined to make a cut of 20 percent in the wages of their employees. The .men refused to accept the cut and were locked out. In order to get possession-and introduce non union men into their works, this much protected firm sent an armed force of Pinkerton's men to Pitts burg, which precipitated a conflict in which forty or fifty lost their lives and as many more were wound ed. If a firm, which was allowed to fix their own tariff rate on their manufactures and are engaged on governmen...

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. — 14 July 1892

ST. JOHNS HERALD otorcdin the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL D1RECT0HY. iGovebxob, JohnN. Irwin Phaonix sJ.Pob2cIS8ibo-k,....G. W. Cheyner. Annrroc J, J, Hawkins... ....PrefcPOtt Sm'y GisEEU. herring, Tucson SUPREME COURT. Hekry C. Gooding, Chief Justice.... ..Prescott. Joseph H.Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence. R F SiSlv Associate Justice.... Tucson. IL J J5nDS, uff.Dist. Attorney -. -Tucson. Sbect SVshal Tucson. countyoSticiaxs. 1 F, T, La Prade. V R. C. Blassingame, Boxed of Supervisors will C Barnes. j Charles Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will he held rstMonday In January, April. Julyand Octoher. anvHirr 0. B. Little. SSSTSkotf F. W. Nelson. District Attorneit -A?'?' H SSi. JlERKOFCOORT ij0rT- JU Terms of the District Court, first Mondays in July. POST OFFICE. SERAFIN APOD AC A, P. II. Office hours: iOpen from 9 a. m. until 4 P. m. On Sundays from 1 to 2 p. M. Mail closes going $ast at 11 St. JolinB, Thursiay July 14. LOCAL NEWS. 'G...

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. — 14 July 1892

J.W.WUW)R.'.JU..WJIVIJJ II I MM ! 3t . v-. IP7 I cm. QUAINT EASTPORT. The Far-East Totvn That Was tho Scene or a Recent International Episode. Eastport, tlie scene of the recent seizure of American fisTiing- boats by a dominion cruiser, is not, as is popularly supposed, the most easterly town in the United States, as a part of Lubec extends about a mile farther toward the sunrise, but it is far enough east to be commonly known as "the jumping- -ofr place," and it is an old and interest ing town. Eastport, says the New York Sun, occupies the whole of Moose island, which is connected with the mainland by a bridge twelve hundred feet in length and separated from the queen's dominions'by picturesque Pps Gamaquoddy bay. Moose island is about two miles wide by five miles long, and Eastport village is situated at its south eastern extremity upon a harbor which is open the year round, never having t been closed by ice. Eastport has suf fered more from disastrous fires than any other town in...

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 July 1892

MM ST. JOHNS, APACHE COTJNfY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1892 NUMBER 40 VOLUME 8. Organized Labor aid Ft Htics. Since its organization the Amer ican Federation of Labor has kept in mind two facts : first, the lamen table experience of its predecessor; and second, that, in the struggle for improved conditions and emancipa tion for the toilers, what is wanted is the organization of wage workers, not on "party" lines, but on the lines of their class interests. Asun organization, the American Federa tion of Labor is not in harmony either with the existing or projected political parties. So deep-seated is the conviction in this matter that, long ago, it was decided to hold the conventions of the Federation after the elections. Thus freed from par ty bias and campaign crimination, these gatherings have been in a po sition to declare for general princi ples, and to judge impartially upon the merits or demerits of each par ty, holding each to an accountabil ity for its perfidy to...

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