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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 August 1892

ill WW- ' m. j mm umlam) . Published every Thursday BY THE APACHE COUNTT PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. . IF. WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. Hjdn. Jebby Eusk refuses to run for Governor of Wisconsin. It is feared that Russian immi grants are carrying cholera in Kan sas. Senator Mills has a full list of dates through Texas for about a month. A Covington, Neb., saloonman is charged with burning two towns to rid himself of rivals. Harvard University wants 7,000 square feet for its intended exhibit at the World's Fair. Kansas people own 8850,000,000 and owe twice that amount accor ding to People's party figures. George Meyers, aged 17, killed George Burton at Fort Worth for attempting to assault his little sis ter. Tiie Government of Mexico will exhibit at the World's Fair a large and valuable collection of Aztec relics, J. A. Clark, capitalist, was mur dered and his body robbed of $45,- 000 by negroes in Montgomery county, Georgia. The Civil Service Commission will enforce...

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 August 1892

ST. JOHNS HEEALD utered in the Posi office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL D1EECT0HY. TT?T?WTTOTTAT, Governor, -John N. Irwin Phamix. TmisnaER....... J. Y. T. Smith .Phoenix Bdpt.PublicInstec....G. W, Cheyney, Tnmn?tnne JLOdttoZ, Jt J. Hawtins Prescott ATTORNEY USfieiiAL, xniiiiiiK, auwuu. ' SUPREME COURT. Szkbt C. GooDDfG, Chief Justice... ..Prescott Joseph H. Xibbey, Associate Justice, Florence TL. E. Sloan ..Associate Justice.... Tucson. H J. Jeffobds, U.S.Dist. Attorney ...Tucson Eobebt H. Paul, U. S.Marshal Tucson, COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. La Prade. IE. C. Blassingraxne. IOXBD OF SUPERVISORS V WU1 c Barnes. I nhnrlps Tfirvis.f!l pi-It. Quarterly meetings of the Board -will he held nrst JB.onaaymjauuar', Aiiiiifuij uuu. utiuuci Sheriff, - O. B. Little. Under Sheeiff .F. W. Nelson, District Attoesey T. S. Bunch, Bscoeder, .jCharies Jarvis. Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons, Trmnv rc ttttTTB-TPTOT flfimiT TT O. GOOdlnc Probate Judge Art McDonald fussor Codbt John T. Hogue. 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. — 25 August 1892

X- MXXRISH WEDDINGS. Peculiar Ceremonies Performed In Morocco. Extraordinary Appearance or tlio Bride ssWie, --n a State of Frepamtion V"-- r he deception of tho . t Bridegroom Itwas evening- when we started off to a Moorish wedding, one of the most in teresting- sights of .Morocco, .writes a j correspondent of the London Graphic IVe ' found our way to a low vha washed house, which the ladies cf t'?. party entered. The gentlemen L'iJ. i remain outside, as no man is pcmvvt. to look on a Moorish laxly. V.e f-.trr: ourselves in a short passage lca::-:: onto the "patio," a square hall rot-n which the rooms are built. The v.zn:' , '- was crowded with women. squatting -. thefioor, some lapping tcawore::iIj sweet cakes; others (the paid mv-Jc sing- in a low, nasal chant to the a . companiment of tom-toms. rsiing' througii these, we came hi: the room where the bride sat in stat The atmosphere was stiilin. She v;.- " din-ZotmcIed by lady "friends and iv-. stives) many cf whom held lon 3i;fI:...

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. — 1 September 1892

1 ..-.-igrrfafa-cy r i mi i 1 1 VOLUME 8. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1892 NUMBER 46 ear - &. . &i EciMlc Issie. A careful review of the economics and history of the Homestead trou ble shows that the issue was really ' an economic one, that might have been adjusted by stiictly economic methods ; and that the real cause of the riot was the ignorant failure of the company to recognize that an economic solution was possible and would be the best for all parties ; and a determination to insist upon an antiquated resort to force to es tablish legal rights outgrown by the advance of society. This is another illustration of the social law so of ten emphasized in history, namely, -that civilization always demands the adjustment of political rights to the requirements of advancing eco- . nomic and social relations, and that persistent opposition to this law by either kings or capitalists is sure to force an eruption dangerous, if not fatal, to ...

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. — 1 September 1892

i'f'f" ' ' - ti- K. , Published every Thursday THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. . o. 2T- WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. ? St Johns, Tliursiay, Septenxb r I, XERRIT0K1AL DE?JOCRRATIC COS TEKTION. Headquarters Territobial Democratic Central Committee. Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 18, 1892. A Territorial Democratic Convention :is hereby called to meet at Flagstaff on Wednesday, the 21st day of September, 1892, for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress ; one Joint Councilman; select a Territorial Central Committee and elect the Chair man and Secretary of said committee, and transact such other and further busi ness as said convention may deem prop er. The delegates from the different counties shall he selected by the regular Democratic conventions or by primaries held under direction of the Count Dem ocratic Central Committee. The apportionment of delegates to said Territorial Convention is as follows : Apache 6 Cochise . 8 Coconino 4 Gila ,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. — 1 September 1892

iN' """" t rF - .W r ,-r .- - " r .' ; i-- .life ST. JOHNS HEBALB tered in the Post office at St. Johns as second Class mcviuir. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TKRRITCHIAL ...... John J. Invin Phajnix ' u-n.vT K. o. Murphy Phoenix rWrX. . ctttt-v ... J. Y. T. Smith Phoenix '6uiT.PUBLlclNSTBC'V.-.G. W, Cheyney, Tombstone, ittnTTnT! i J. J. Hawkins Prescott jLttobsey General, Hearing, Tucson SUPBEHE COUET. Hesby C. Gooding, Chief Justice Prescott Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence B E. Sloan...-,-Associate Justice.... Tucson. it t Tr-ppntins. n.a.mst. Axiorney ...iuusuu Sobebt H. Paul, u. s.iarsnai ..Tucson COUXTY OFFICIALS. T F. T. La Prade. in. C- Blaseingame, Boxed of SUPEIivisobs V-,vill G Barnes. J Charles Jarvis.Clerk. . Quarterly meetings of tneioara wtu oe neia first Monaayinjanuary, Ayiu, juij auuutiuuui ' Sheriff , , ...0. B. Little. Under Shebiff .F. W. Nelson. District Attobney ;T. S. Bunch. Rkcordeb Charles Jarvis. Tbbasubeb, TV. n. Gibbons. Innnr n TiruT) rBTEICT ConBT.....

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. — 1 September 1892

x - : -- to -" . -'-5' EXPENSIVE OUTINGS. How Pleasure Seekers Are at the Beeorts. Blsd "What It Certs the "Blooda" to T&rry ftr s Brief Sessoa at the Seaside Daylight Robbers aod Dry Land Pirates. What do you think it costs to "be a swell at a fashionable summer resort, anyway? says the Philadelphia In quirer. What do you think of forty dol lars a day? The statistics are interest ing; Take Newport for instance. At a pood hotel you pay: One room, four dollars a day; one double room, one per son in the room, eight dollars; two con necting rooms for one person, -where four could he accommodated, sixteen dollars a day. All-season guests get a substantial reduction from a transient per diem. Regulars or all-season so journers are packed away in the little cells at eighteen to forty dollars per per week. This without extras, which run up quite formidably at the end of the week. Extras include baths, the meals sent to the rooms, and boots. It is estimated that ten dollars a week would...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 September 1892

ST. JOHNS, APACHE- COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1892 NUMBER 47 VOLTJME 8. '"4 As t Hanest Money. The Republican press is entirely consistent with its record in oppo sition to the Democratic declara tion in favor of the repeal ot the National tax on the issue of State banks. From its inception it has been the friend of the capitalist and the enemy of the people. From the beginning of its tariff legisla tion, its public land legislation and its financial legislation, it has been engaged in taking money from the pockets of the people and putting it into the pockets of bondholders and money sharks. Under the spe cious plea of honest money it has fattened the moneyed aristocracy to the utmost, and it still responds to their calls for more. Under the pretense of strength ening the public credit, mostly af ter the war was over and the pub lic GT$M'v?a& taking all necessary ogre of itself? it increased the pub lic d&bt of the country over $800, 000,000 by changi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 September 1892

SSTr JOHNS HEEAlD Published every Thursday T'BY TOE APACIIE COUNTY PDBLTSUIXG CO. - Incorporated April 27th, 1387. EDITOE AND MANAGES. St4 Johns, Thursday, Septsmb?r8, TERRITORIAL BEXOCRRATIC COS TENTJLOX. Headquarters TerrixobialDesiochatic Oestrai. Committee. Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 18, 1892. . A Territori.il Democratic Convention is hereby called to meet at Flagstaff on "Wednesday, the 21st day of September, 1892, for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress; one Joint Councilman : select a Territorial Central Committee and elect the Chair man and Secretary of paid committee, ana transact such other.nd further busi ness as said convention may deem prop er. The delegates from the different ix a recent battle m Venezuela returned Iheioker considers vjspIp WU Government troops attacked A professional joker can make okju reoeis, ana-alter an all-day's about one hundred iokes a wppI- " 7 light 1,000 men were killed, the Government troops cutting their! way out with on...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 September 1892

Sage's Catarrh Remedy, Blie would learn that her case is not past help. $500 re '9 ward is offered by the manufacturers for atercd In the Post oflice at St. JoiinB as second a case of catarrh in the head which they class maiier. cannot cure. DEALER IN ' all a 1 111 K 1 t I RMr ... i i n v r n di vh r OFFICIAL D1BECT0RY. TF.RSITORTAL inrmoe . ...r.N. O. Murphy Phaonix . . . A. Slonord Phoenix SS; j. Y. T. Smith .Phamlx e- onn.iTvirrvr'v G. W. Chevney, TJnder-Sheriff Nelson and Capt. John T, Hogue started for Prescott on Mon day mornfng last to represent Apache county in the Territorial Republican Convention. Never heard either of them Auxhtoe, Thomas Hughes Prespott express a preference for a candidate for Attoeket Gekebal. Herring, Tucson, agfcgg tQ congress, but believe if they SUPREME COURT. Hkkbt C. Gooding, .Chief Justice... ..Prescott. JfVWPK M. K.IBBEY, ASBOClttie J ubuul-, riuicutc. t t?swi a Associate Justice. . . .Tucson. n. xv wn .Associate Justice-- Prescott w t. wiifinn"...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 September 1892

BE? ABOUT EELS. r the dunce all right. he knew his fate. dreadful prison. v cattle brands- cattle brands, y wr; . - i Queer Facts Concerningr a Myste rious AnimaL Why the Flsb. Commissioner Does Not Give Away Their Eggs Somo In tercstlng Things Learned by Scientists. Every now and then some one applies to the fish commission at Washington for a consignment of eels' eggs where with to stock a pond or stream. The request is invariably refused, not be cause there is any intention to be diso bliging, but for -the reason that nobody in this world knows whether eels lay eggs or not. If they do man has never beheld them, and to get hold of any is quite put of the question. In case you want to establish eels in your water preserves you can buy young ones by the pailful at a cheap rate, and they will grow big enough to eat or send to the market within three years. It may fairly be said that the eel, as to its breeding, is the most mysterious animal in existence. The New York Sun says its met...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 September 1892

Vt. J t ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1892. NUMBER 48 1 7 f :- $ IT.: .It?: Jtki C. Carlisle tm tie Tariff. Perhaps I ought to apologize to the Senate for attempting on such a day as this, and at so late a period in, the session, to occupj' any part of, its time in the discussion of a subject which we all agree cannot be,disposed of j. but the recent re port made by the committee on fi nance in relation to the prices of commodities, the rates of wages and the cost of living in the United States has been so thoroughly mis understood. or so grossly misrepre sented in the public press and else where that I have felt it to be the duty of some one on this side of the chamber who assisted in making that investigation to state our views of its results." I think it is the unanimous opin ion of economist's and statisticians who. have investigated the subject, that for many years, in all the great industrial and commercial coun tries of the world, the pr...

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. — 15 September 1892

JOHNS HEEAID Published every Thursday '-'BY -THS ATACHE .COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. 1 1 U-if-- - T- jP- WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. -yfTSt. Jolins, Thu.rsiay,Sept9mbzri5, 7 V; TERRITORIAL BEXOCRRATIC COS-1-7S YEXTIOX. . . ,HlA'DQUASrERS TeRRITOEIAL DEMOCRATIC ' Central Committee. " Tucson, Ariz,, Aug. 18, 1892. ' A Territorial .Democratic Convention in hereby called to meet at Flagstaff on ! Tednesday, the 21st day of September, 1892, for the purpose of nominating a 3.)cmoeratic candidate for Congress ; one -. Joint Councilman ; select a Territorial ? Central Committee andelect the Chair r " man and Secretary of said committee, 4- transact such other and further busi iiess as said convention may deem prop- er.. . The delegates from the different s? counties shall be selected by the regular democratic conventions or by primaries . held under direction of the Count Dem p ocratic Central Committee. tZ' The apportionment of delegates to if aid Territorial Conv...

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 September 1892

1T1 -Tiir- r 'ill - iiti m - -. -j, . j -- . . ..... . . . - ; . 1TV Sgs' sic johns herald .ffiffyts, g:: r . , . .Mrss.-A,. J.., DAVIS,.- jjr ga t3Sp'v" class matter. A petition is being circulated and pen- 5, , DEALER-IN - - TMC'--', ' - erally Bicned for the pardon of Jim Ry- - ; OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. - TERRITORIAL nnvvuKnn N. 0. Murphy Phaonix aSSSYV"V."..i. A. Morftrd Phoenix SSSSSfc.".. JY.T. Smith... Phoenix Sopt.PublicInstecn,..--G. W, Cheynev, Tombstone. Auditor, Thomas Hughes .r... Prescott RTTPREME COURT. Hesbt C. Goodisg, Chief Justice Prescott Joseph H. Kibbey, Associate Justice, Florence d -p amt-v Associate Justice Tucson. f w Vruj5 Associate Justice -- Prescoit W L Wilson, U7S.Dist. Attorney Tucson Robert H. Paul, U..S. Marshal Tucson COEKTY OFFICIALS. 1 P. T. La Prade. ; I "William Morgan, BOXED OF SUPEBVIBOBS wm c Barnef. i Charles Jarris.Clerk Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held first iionaayn January, Apm, juijr mm ukvuubi. SiUtBiFF, 0. B. Little, TTvnvB R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 September 1892

TRAPPING CfiOWSL How.the Somber Birds Are O aught for Shooting: Matches, A Pmnralt That Calls for Great Skill on th Part or the Trapper Math etja of Capturing the Corn Stealers. While the crow is regarded by most people as a black-coated thief, a scav enger, an enemy to the farmer, and worthless bird generally, there are a number of people in and around Phila delphia to whom he is a source of profit, says the Eecord of that city. They are the men who make a business of trap ping the birds for shooting matches. The crow is very wary, and the traps used in his capture must be of the most simple construction and nicely hidden, or he will never come near, no matter how tempting the bait may be. When the snow covers the ground and everything is frozen up he sometimes becomes bold because of hunger, and at these times he is easily taken in great numbers. The home of the crows around Philadelphia is generally in the most inaccessible pine forests of New .Jersey, and at night they congregat...

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. — 22 September 1892

VOLUME 8. iST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1892. NUMBER 49 ' , Republican Convention. ; The Territorial Republican Con--lyention has met and adjourned ; the mountain has labored and brought forth a lizard. Democrats are sur prised Republicans disgusted. The proceedings of this remarkable as semblage were marked by frequent ' adjournments and caucuses, and -little time spent in actual business The fire-brands bad to'be scattered 'every few minutes, for if they re mained together too long it was ; feared a spontaneous flare-up would occur; so they had to be rushed out into the open air every few minutes to cool off, as it were, and let off steam; but, notwithstanding these cooling off intervals, the flare-up came, all the same. After vainly entreating almost everydecent avail able man in the party to accept the nomination for delegate, as a last resort W. G. Stewart, of Coconino, was appealed to, and he, in the hope that the prominence given him in...

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. — 22 September 1892

-a- - 3& -OS" ST. JOHNS EEBALD Published every Thursday' . 3JV Tas apachs coram publishing co. Incorporated April 27th, 1387. "T. F. WAT.LACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. St,. Johns, Thur83ay,SeptemD-r22, Democratic county ticket. Legislative Council, JOHN HUNT-, of bnowflake. Legislative Assembly, Dr. DRYDEN, of Winslow. ' LUTHER MARTIN, of Springerville. District Attorney. THOMAS S. BUNCH, of St. Johns. ti. Sheriff, 4 JOSEPH WOODS, of Hoi brook. ' " PPOEATS JUDGZ, "ART McUONALD, of St. Johns. .-- Treasurer. WILLIAM H. GIBBONS, of St. Johns Recorder. : ; CHAS. JARVIS, of St. Johns. Supervisors. "Wir. MORGAN, of Show Lou-, y L'. J. BROWN, of Nutrioso. - Csunty Surveyor. v-ALLEN FROST, of Snowflake. The CcnvcBtion. The Convention which met at f Winslow last Monday was an ex cellent representative body of the best citizens of Apache county, and of the Democratic part'. The pro ceeaings oi the uonvention were characterized bv the best of feeling, and tho absence of distracting factions and...

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. — 22 September 1892

. "IS ' ST. JOHNS HEBALD nteredin the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OITICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 TERRITORIAL i3t-&woK . ..N. O. SInrphy Phaomx SSS-:::Trsi:::::::ph5SLE iHn.ruiuww..v- Tombstone Tm. Thomas Huehes Presoott IrtdRjSy General, Herring, Tucson " r - SUPREME COURT. v4vry C. Gooding, Chief Juntice. . ... Joseph H.Kibbey, Associate Justice, X X. Sloan, .Associate Justice. 2 W. Wells Associate Justice. .W, L. Wilson, U. 8. Dist. Attorney... ROBKW H. Paul, U.S. Marshal .Prescott. Florence. Tucson. . Prescott . .Tucson. ..Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. La Prade. I William Morgan, Board or Supebvisobs will c arnes. J Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterly mectingB of the Board will be held flratMondayin January, April, July andOctober. Skjskiff O kittle. UXDER SHERIFF -P. W. Nelson. District Attorney Sh' BsrntDFB. Charles Jarvis. tSSS&. W. H. Gibbons. JODOE OF theDibtbict COUBT..H. C. .Gooding. Probate Judge Art McDonald Clerk of Court John T. Uogue. Terms of the ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 September 1892

. -- - i, , 'fe r. . " ' "VP'- " -If .""ft ?;; . 4 - ? ..'- " ' DOCTOliED AN EMPRESS. v a S-oyel Patient. Through His Independence- He Became tho Favorite Hlfiiciil Atfleptlncfc of tlio Czarina of R.'sl:V ami Gained Ifaxno and Fortune. . Among1 the most gay cnd popular members of the Russian colony at 2wce, says the New York Recorder, is Ir. Botkine, the son cf the famous court physician of that name, who was the favorite medical attendant of the late czarina. A curious story is told of the circum stances which led to his appointment at court. The empress, besides being- af flicted with consumption, was suffering .from disease of the heart. Like many - other invalids, she was forever con vinced that the physicians in attendance -failed to understand her case, a state of things due rather to the extraordinary 1 modesty of her majesty than to any igno . ranee on the part of her doctors. For she was so devout and so extremely pious that she could not be prevailed upon to permit them to...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 29 September 1892

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1892. VOLUME 8. NUMBER 50 5MV - The Passing of Peck. "The arrest of Labor Commission er Peck of New York marks the be ginning of the end of the McKin leyito diversion in that quarter. The warnings of the Republican papers like the Philadelphia Tele T .graph, who cautioned their brethren pf" against placing"" any -confidence in ---Peck's report or his methods, have been justified by the event. From the evidence at hand it appears that the McKinleyilo commissioner who lias been masquerading in office as a Democrat has destroyed the evi dence on which ho published his conclusions that the laborers of 'New York had received an advance -of $6,000,000 in wages and showed an increase of $31 ,000,000 in pro r duct during the year following the adoption of the McKinley tariff. The demand of the Democratic National Committee to see the orig inal returns on which the report was based was perfectly fair. The - report issued as...

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