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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 17 August 1893

A ..QUEER COLONY. - pSorne Strango Settlors in tho In- sijr " UclIxjIon I-'n thnsiasts TTho Wear Ta.s!:e ay and Nijrht and IJcgard It a Sin to .ooIc Upon the Face of a Hainan Being-. Since the practical abandonment of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reserva tion has left that country almost -wilderthan it was hefore the opening a year ago, a small colony of religions ' enthusiasts have settled in what is known as F county, among1 the sand hills. The leaders of this colony went there from Sedgwick and Barber counties, Kan., and took with them a following of seventy men and women. LUiatwas six months ago. Since that time they have been joined by at least sixty persons, so they now number about one hundred and thirty. Their belief, says a Texas correspon dent, is exceedingly simple. They worship an unknown god as repre sented by life, and deem it a moral sin to look upon the face of a human be ing. Men and women wear masks day and night, and never by any chance do they gaze upon the face 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. — 17 August 1893

WE"' to ft-, I St 1 " Mat ; uJt s i mm SSL-'U S7Hat no-idas uono to ieip u- JIIs Invention Eventually Becomes a Gift to the Classes, and tliti Producing: - " f Power of the -TVorld Is in creased by Genius. 1 Of all the countries in the vsrorld, none is so prolific in inventions as America. There are several reasons Sot "this. The ease of obtaining patents, and their cheapness, holds out to every man the chance of creating- for himself a piece of property by ' the exercise of his brains. The high rate of vrages insures the inventor of a labor-saving- appliance a patient hear ing from capitalists, while the inde pendence of thought and feeling v'hich pervades all classes leads to original views -and to bold attacks on difficult subjects. Hence every one is a potential inventor, especially if' he have an acquaintance with science or manufacture. Whatever a man's oc cupation, he must daily find himself called upon to do or to suiter many things from which he would gladly emancipate hims...

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. — 17 August 1893

ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITO RIAL Goveekob, L. C. Hughes Tucson SEcaKTABY C. M. Bruce Cochise. Teejlsubee, J. A. Fleming Phoenix Soft. Public iNSTEc'K, F.J. Netherton, Phoenix Auditor, H. C. Boone Phoenix. attorney General.... F. J. Heney,.. Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Bakeb, Chief Justice Phoenix. Oa'en T. itonsE, Associate Justice, Tuoon. R. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J. J. Hawkins Associate Justice Prescott U. E. Ellinwood, U. 8. Dist. Attorney, Tucson. Y. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUXTY OFFICIALS. " F. T. La Prade. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PSroS0' J Charles Jarvis, Clerk. Quarterly meetings of tiie Board will be held J- . 1 ... I T .. A :i T.,1f nn Onrnhof Sheriff, W. R. Campbell District Attorney T. S. Bunch. Recorder F. W. Nelson. Treasures W. H. Gibbons. Judge ok the DisteictCouet.J. J. Hawkins. Probate Judge Art McDonald Clkrk of Court Alfred Ruiz. Term of the District Court, third ...

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. — 24 August 1893

kmlk VOLUME 9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1893 NUMBER 45 3!. laTv ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday ST THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. IDITOE AND MANAGER. Minister Blount has decided to leaye Honolulu soon. The fall term of the Territorial .University opens September 27th. Ohio banks have refused to honor Standard Oil Company's checks. Ohio saloon men will take an ac tive part in State politics this year. The "Republicans of Kansas are anxiously figuring on the State cam paign of next year. Ezeta is said to be plotting to become Dictator of Central Amer ica. The Mormon Tabernacle choir will go east to sing at the World's Fair. Notwithstanding the reports of peace in Nicaragua the situation is still serious. August Belmont will erect a $800,000 house on Fifth Avenue, New York, next fall. Another East India prince has arrived at New York on his way to the World's Fair, All the members of the Cabinet propose...

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. — 24 August 1893

TEEMENDOUS BLAST. One Hundred Thousand Tons Bock Displaced. of It Took Seven ty-FIvo 2Ien Six WeekS to Prepare the BIa3t A Difficult and Dangerous Under taking:. Oae of the largest and most success ful blasts on record was recently made in the Palisades two miles north of Port Lee ferry, and about opposite Port "Washington on the Hudson river. The blast removed about a thousand feet of the face of the cliff, tearing it off to the depth of three hundred feet. The beauty of the blast, says the Boston Globe, was that, although two tons of dynamite was used, it was so skillfully planned that, when the mine was exploded by the electric spark, the (Juarryincn stood within three hun- dred feet- of the spot without feeling the shock unpleasantly. People living on the summit of the Palisades, who had been warned to forsake their houses at the moment of the blast, didn't even report a window glass broken. The report of the four thousand pounds of exploding dynamite was less 'noisy than that o...

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. — 24 August 1893

QUICKER THAN ELECTROCUTION How Nineteen Chinese Pirates "Were JRe cently Beheaded in Six Minutes. Not long-ago on the Chinese coast, says a correspondent of the London Daily Graphic, a foreign vessel, the -Ifamoa, was hoarded by a band of pi rates. Having got on board in the darkness they murdered the captain and threw him overboard, then secured the other officers and passengers, com- pletely looted the ship and managed to get safely away with their booty. The get safely away with their booty. matter becoming known the Chinese authorities at once took steps to dis cover and arrest the marauders, and in due course the whole band of nineteen were captured and summarily con demned to be "beheaded. The crhastlv scene of the carrying out of the sen tence took place at Kowloon, near Hong Kong1. The doomed men were drawn up in a line on their knees, with their hands tied behind them, and at a distance of about five yards from each other. So they await ed the executioner's sword. It was su...

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. — 24 August 1893

ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered In the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Govebnoe, L. C. Hughes Tucson RRcmrrAEv c. M. Bruce Cochise. TnBitiKi!tt J. A. Tlfimintr Phoenix Supt. PdblicInstec'x, F. J. Netherton, Phoenix Avditob, H. C. lioone. .rncenix. attorney GENKBJL1-....F. J. Heney, . .Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. c. Baker. Chief Justice Phoenix. Oek T. Koose, Associate Justice, Tucson. R. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J. J. Hawkixs Associate Justice Prescott E. E. Ellinwood, U.S.DIst. Attorney, Tucson "VV. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson C0U5TY OFFICIALS. I F. T. La Prade. Board op Supebvisoes 2SSS?S8Sf j Charles Jarvis.Clerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held fl rat Monday in January, April, July and October. he biff, W. R. Campbell Dibtbict attorney T. S. Bunch. recobdeb, F. W- Nelson. Tkeabueee W. H. Gibbons Judge or the District Coubt.J. J. Hawkins. PbobateJddge Art McDonald Mlkrvl of Coobt Alfred Kuiz. Terms of the Distric...

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. — 31 August 1893

v VOIiTTME 9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERBITOBT, THURSDAY, AUG-UST 31, 1893 NUMBER 46 Sr.-- xr4 ST. JOHNS HEEALD Published every Thursday T THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. ZDITOB AND JTANAGEB. In another column will be found a letter to La Opinion Publica, a Spanish paper published at Albu querque, written by A. G. Gueyara, and dated at Pine Top, this count'. Mr. Guevara says that on the 25th of June "all the sheep owners, Americans and various Mexicans, held a convention at Holbrook, to lower sheep herders wages from $30 to $20 per month." All the sheep owners in this county did not attend that meeting, by a large majority. Furthermore, we have been inform ed, upon what we deem good au . thority, that there was not a word aaid at that meeting about reducing wages. If the flock masters of this county cared to reduce the wages of their herders, they could do so at any time. Mr. Guevara says a little further on in his communication that the "S...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 31 August 1893

GOT EVEN WITH HIS WIFE. r'A. Ilusband TYho Called In a Plirenologist to Stop Practical Jokinr. He had been frequently the victim of his wife's practical jokes, says the De troit Free Press. He was troubled most by a neighbor who was called in to tell fortunes with the cards and at the wife's previous suggestion always got the laugh on him by recalling1 some alleged incident of his past life that never occurred, seeing1 some blonde woman near him that was going to cause future trouble, or having him tangled up in a scrape which he would be the last man to encounter. The other day he found a peregrinating phrenologist on the street. He asked the old fraud to the house and told him on the way up that he had a good look ing servant girl at his house who was a jewel in her proper capacity, but a good .many things had been missed from the house since she came there, and while he could prove nothing he suspected the woman. "When they reached the house the wife was called in and the bump in...

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. — 31 August 1893

I VOMEN WITH MUSTACHES. 7 DISCARDED BY THREE STATES. A German Professor Tnlnks That the Day of tho Bearded Beauty Is Coming. A learned German, who has devoted himself to the study of physiology, an thropology and allied sciences, makes the rather startling assertion that mustaches are 'becoming- commoner among-the "women in the present day "than in the past. He says, as quoted by the London Standard, that in Con stantinople, among the unveiled wom en that are to he met with, one out of ten possessesan unmistakable covering of down on the upper lip. In the capi tal of Spain, again, the proportion of ladies with this masculine characteris tic is said to he quite equal to that ob servable on the Golden Horn. An American medical man states that in Philadelphia fully three per cent, of the adult fair sex are similarly adorned, and probably the proportion : would be still larger but that many women take the trouble to eradicate the unwelcome growth by the applica tion of depilatory prepar...

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. — 31 August 1893

MK? "4 t2. r til 1 f I I I 111 I ,! 11 II 111 I 1 ,V- I 111 ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor L. C. Hughes Tucson Hecbetxky U. II. Bruce Cochise. Treasurer, J. A. Fleming: Phoenix SUFr. PublicInstkc'k, F. J. Netfcerton, Phosnix A'JDiTon, H. C. Boone Phceuix. Attorney General... .F. J. Hen ey,.. Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A- C. Bakes, Chief Justice Phoenix. "Owen T. house, Associate Justice, Timon, R. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins ...Associate Justice ...Precott E. E. Ellinwood, U.S.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. "V. K. JIeade, U. S.ilarshal.., Tucbou. COUNTY OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. La Prade. -r, William Moraran. iSOBU u aurj"" "ues Lcandro Onega. J Charles Jarvis.Clerk. 'Quarterly meetinsrs of the Board will be held firt Monday in January, April, Julyand October. Sheeiff, W. R. Campbell DisrRiCT Attobney T. S. Bunch. Recocdeu, F. W. Kelson. Tkeasobcr W. H. Gibbons, jodce of the District Court. J. J. Hawkins, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 7 September 1893

ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1893 NUMBER 47 pls-.?-. - . $0: ST. JOMS HERALD Published every Thursday BT THE APACHE COUXTY PUBLISHING CO Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J"- IF- WALLACB, XDITOE AND MANAGER. At a recent meeting in San Fran cisco the Pacific Insurance Union passed the following resolutions making an additional charge on in surance policies equal in amount to ten per cent of the premium : Oetice of Genekal Manages, Pacific Insubance Union, San Francisco, Aug. 21. '93 Resolutions of the Executive Commit tee, adopted Aug. 1G, 1893 : Whekeas The expense of transact ing the business of lire insurance in An- zona. has been increased by the law passed at the last session of the Terri torial Legislature, which imposes a li cense tax upon each agent doing busi ness in said Territory, Resolved, That on every policy taking euect on and after September 1, 3893, an additional charge, equal in amount to ten per cent of the premium, shall be Adde...

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 September 1893

r i 5En-"'. 5 - SUM! (UiU UiAitES. .Carious Specimens of STomencla- turo Among- Pensionoro. Some of Them Are Strongly Suggestive of ' a Tendency to Lunacy on tlie Part of tlie Persons "Who Sug gested Tlicm. ' ' This is a big country and there is a big variety in the names its residents i J .carry through life with them- No bet "ter opportunity to get an idea of the oddities in family and given names can .... be had than at one of the treasury branches, where checks from all parts of the country come in, and none of these offices get a wider range of nov elties in nomenclature than the sub treasury in Cincinnati, says the Commercial-Gazette. The Gubtreasury does a .tremendous business in pension checks, and some very curious indorse ments appear upon the bits of paper, r'which, as a matter of fact, give more nrmnlncivA nTt nnno t.Ti nti rln -f.Tir mri- " - jority of the other financial docu ments sent in that the ways of the American christeners are past finding out. A collection 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. — 7 September 1893

mm ,4 . . r- matimo THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA. I ' - A r-iiN.n. i fl. School ear Venice "Where the Art Is ' Taught. ' A school of about three hundred and fifty Italian girls, wearing the national costume and all industriously at work on exquisite lace, is a pleasant and interesting- place to visit. So writes Mine, de Borct, who visited a lace-making- school at Burano, an island in-the Adriatic sea a few miles from Venice. The girls, who are from ten to eighteen years of age, sit in great, "barely furnished, well-lighted rooms, on low chairs, holding their lace frames on their knees. They wear a short, bright-colored petticoat, a green, red or orange fichu crossed on the chest, silver rings in their ears, and around the neck bead -or coral necklaces. They have dark eyes, teeth like pearls, smiling red lips, oval faces, fine profilesand black hair worn knotted in the back of the .neck with a silver pin by the older girls, or in longringlets by the younger ones. They draw their needles ...

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 September 1893

,;- '-;..' i '-if -'5 f- -. - 3k en?' Si1". 3y' ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the Post ofiice at St. Johns as second j class matter. I OFFICIAL D1RECTO III". TERRITORIAL Govebkoe, L. U. nughes Tucson 8ecuetary C. M. Brace poelme. Tkexstjbeb J. A. Fleming PhceniX ' Soft. Public Ixstbc'k.F. J. Netherton, rhcunix Auditor, II. C.Boone Phcenlx. attobney Genkbal.. . .F. J. Heney, . Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice O.VEN T. itousE, Associate Justice, K. K. Sloax, ..Associate Justice... J.J. Hawkins .. .Associate Justice - 1 E. Elijkwood, U.S.Dist. Attorney W. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Phoenix. Tucson. .Tucson. .Prescott , Tucson. .Tucson. COUXT! OFFICIALS. "J F. T. La Prade. Board of Supsbvisoes Ueandro Ortega0 ' J Charles Jarvis.Clcrk. Qnarterly meetings of the Board will he held firatilondayin January, April, Julyand October. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell DieTiucT Attorney T. s. Bunch. Keco'tDER, F. W. lelson. TitEAHUCER W. II. Gibbous. JCOOE OK THE DISTRICT COORT. J. J. Hawkins. P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 September 1893

VOLUME 9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE 'COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893 NUMBER 48 ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday 17 TIIE APACIIE COUXTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J". !F WALLACE, XDITOE AXD MANAGER. The Kaw Indians of Kansas are v "willing to dispose of their surplus lands. The new Government lands about ready for settlement comprise 14, r 380,000 acres. The Chilean Claims Commission have organized at Washington and will meet. early in October. The "sooners" have all been "driven off the Cherokee Strip, which is to be opened in October. Senator Stewart predicts the silver question will be under discus sion months and months. A vessel with yellow fever on board is detained in quarantine at Charleston, South Carolina. It is claimed that even in the House there is now a majority jicrninst niifnndif inn.'il rfinfl.'il o( thp. - a i -- Sherman law. So far this year 8,837 less cattle Jhnve been shipped from Montreal Hhan for the corresponding per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 September 1893

" atmosphere as a liquid. It Can Bo Kept in Bottles Uko Any Other Ilaiil. .The royal institution has just given a peculiarly interesting- demonstration of the splendid results that may be achieved if the highest skill in investi gation he combined with an adequate command of means, says the London Standard. The liquefaction of air, re garded as a mere feat of mechanical in genuity, would command the admira tion even of those who value knowledge mainly for its use in what they call practical life. Bui cf infinitely higher t value, in the esteem of the true student, are the inferences suggested it would he premature to say the conclus ions attained as a necessary incident in "bringing about this wonderful change of form. It has of course long "been assumed in theory that the differ ences between solids, liquids and gases are matters of temperature and pressure. Platinum can exist as a fine vapor where there is heat enough to ex pand its atoms; and, conversely, hydro gen might he kept ...

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. — 14 September 1893

THE SLEEPING SALOON. T6lm Bull's Curious Version of an Amerl- can Idea. Between the British conception of a saloon and that in vogue on this side of the Atlantic there is this in common that both are entered "by a side door after nightfalL There the resemb lance ceases. John Bull's saloon is an exhibit in the Transportation build ings, wherein it is full as difficult to look upon the wine when it is red as it ought to be in Evanston or Bangor. John Bull's saloon is as dry as his comic jjapers. He lables it "sleeping saloon" to distinguish it from all-night places where we never sleep. It oc cupies a position in the rear of the London & Northwestern Railway com pany's highly varnished trainlet, in geniously constructed to defeat the ends of the trafficker in "popcorn, five a bag." The British sleeping- saloon is our great-grandmothers' Pullman car. It is the great American "sleeper" as it -would have been had it been invented before the war. Entering by it the British passenger f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 14 September 1893

ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the To3t ofiiee at St. Johns as second class mutter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL ....L. O. Hughes Tucson ....C. M. Bruce Cochise. J. A. Fleininc Pbcanix Governor, . Secretary. Supt. PcBLiclNSTJtc's, F. J. Netiierton, I'hcenix Auditor, II. 0. Boone. Phoenix. ATTORNEY' GENERAL,. . -F. J. Hcney, .TllCSOR. SUPREilE COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice Phoenix. it arw t ifnnp Assnrrintn Justice. Tno'on. Treasurer, . K. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins ...Associate Justice ...Prescott i E. Ellinwood, U. S.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. ( Y. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNT r OFFICIALS. "1 K. T. La Prade. William .Morgan. Board of Supervisors Lcaudro Onega. J Charles Jarvi.-.Clefk, Quarterlv meetings of tne Board will be held first .Monday in January, April, July and October. hHERiFP, W. 11. Campbell District Attorney T. s. nunch. Recorder, P. W. Nelson. TaE.isUJtEB, W. H. Gibbons. Judge of the District Court. J. J. Hawkins. Probate Judge ....-Ar...

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 September 1893

VOLUME 9. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1893 NUMBER 49 ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday 'if'TFir APAOni COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. jr. :f WAliliACE, IDITOK AND MANAGER. The World's Fair closes Octo ber 31st. Minnesota has $1,975,000 in the State Treasury. It costs $140 to get into the Bos ton Keele' cure establishment. About 12,000 men who were idle in Pittsburg two weeks ago are at work again. Chicago Socialists are to have a full ticket in the field at the fall election. Over 20,000,000 bushels of grain passed through the Erie canal up to August 20th, this year. The old soldiers propose to make a test case of their rights to home steads in the Cherokee Strip. A wealthy Georgia planter who clied recently left his immense for tune to his negro attendants. It is reported that ex-Minister Blount will succeed Josiah Quincy as Assistant Secretary of State. Senator Peffeii has asked that the salaries of all Governm...

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