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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 21 September 1893

)LLED IN A BAEREL. XTho Unpleasant Eiiperienca of a 'l Government OScer. He Was OCT Duty, But That" Didn't Count A. Tennessee Moonshiner Spotted . Him and Ho Had to lie Pnnlslicd. "Along- in the '70s," said a gnest at a Detroit hotel the other evening-, ac cording" to the Free Press, "I was a 1 deputy United States marshal in Ten nessee, and you will find it on record that I "brought a great many moonshin ers to law. " I'm free to admit that I leel sorry for most of them, hut they were law "breakers and it was my duty to hunt them down. In the summer of 1S7G I got a month oil and I determined to do a little prospecting for minerals in the Cumhcrland mountains. My headquarters were at Clinton, almost . south of Cumherland Gap, and one day I got ready and started off, having- a "pack on my back and a revolver on my hip. "As I wasn't looking for moonshiners, it did not occur to me that I would run any risk. In fact, I hadn't done any work to speak of in the direction of the. trap, and ...

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. — 21 September 1893

: Hi.-: 1 4 "3UE0NAECHS AT THE PLAY. Somo Who Arc Fond of Theatrical Entertainments. "-Oncen Victoria Has Private Performance? " atrWindsor and Emperor "VTlIIiairi JLikcs to Act as TJrzi ? - matic Critic. Nothing is more remarkable than ",ihe pronounced fondness of the -crowned heads of Europe for the drama. Even Queen Victoria, -who irom the death of the prince consort up to a year or two ago was "believed to Tegard theatergoing- in the light of a sin and the drama as a device of the ydqvil, has now blossomed forth into an enthusiastic patron of the stage, in deed, in proportion as her British majesty grows older in years she ap- pears to become more youthful in her tastes, and there are few things more strange than the extraordinary inter - -est which this septuagenarian sover eign has suddenly and at so late a period in life developed for theatrical .affairs. One of the London companies after another has been called upon to trans port itself bag and baggage to Wind sor for the pu...

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. — 21 September 1893

ST. JOHNS HERALD ntercd in the Post oflice at St. Johns as second class mutter. OFFICIAL Bi&ECTOltY. TERRITORIAL Go veksob, L. C. Hughes Tucson .Hecbetaky .C. M. .Bruce Cochise. Treasures, J. A. Fleming Phoenix Surr. PdblicLxstkc'n, F.J. Netherton, Phcenix Auditoe, II. C. Jloone PhumL. Attoeney Gekeral,. . .F. J. Ilcney, . .Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Bakee, Chief Justice Phamix. 0.rEN'T. KotfSE, Associate Justice, Tuppoii. li. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins ...Associate Justice Prcscott T.. E. Elljnwood, U'.H.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. "W. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUSTI OFFICIALS. I F. T. La Prade. BOAED OP StKBTKOBS SQ J Charles Jarvis.Clerk, Quarterly meetings of the Board will be held firstironday in January, April, Julyand October. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell district attorney x. a. uuuen. Rhcordeb, F. W. kelson. Tueasueek, W. II. Gibbons. Judge of the District Court. J. J. Hawkins. TbobateJodgb Art McDonald ".,erkof Court Alfred Ruiz. Terms of the Dis...

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. — 28 September 1893

VOLUME 9. ST. JOHNS HEEALD Published every Thursday BT Till APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J". :F -W-AJLili-A-OE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. Gov. Hughes has appointed A. G. Williams, of Casa Grande, mem ber of the Board of Prison Com missioners, vice L, Fraissenet, re signed. A survey of the California and Nevada State line, it is said, will show Needles to be in the State of Nevada. Colorado miners and business men havedevised a plan for the State to issue certificates on silver bullion to be used as a legal tender. Chicago unions have decided to withdraw their funds from safety vaults and have opened bank ac counts, thus throwing $500,000 in to circulation. A letter from Professor Garner, dated from his steel cage, which he has named Fort Gorilla, has been received in England from Fernan dez Varz, Africa. The Professor claims to have made great progress in his study of monkey language. F, P. Loomis, formerly United States Consul at St. Etienne, says that from...

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. — 28 September 1893

I iJt 1 1 HI Ml I A LONDON TRAMP WARD. Luckless Street Wanderers in the Great City. The Xordly tabor Master and His Vulgar VTIt Scarcity of Food and Uncom fortable Ilertbs The Stone Breakers and Cleaners. Most people suppose that those luck less -wretches who take refuge in the casual wards of workhouses have a rather good time of it at the expense of the rate payers. Nothing could he further removed from fact. Some unions and their officials treat "casu als" "better than do others, hut "had is the best," and, as a rule, London unions rank worse than country ones, St. Giles being the very worst of all, for the shopkeepers who constitute the board of guardians not of the poor, butofthe rates in th at parish im pose upon casuals a task of stone break ing which no able-bodied man, no mat ter how powerful or skillful and there is skill or "knack" in stone breaking, as in other things could possibly per form in the time allotted, says the Pall Mall Gazette. Hence, as failure to perform t...

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. — 28 September 1893

,.Ti 1 1 ) HyBrasgsaBauimBjgJ hi 4- iS- ; . MINUTE MARVELS., ; Some Microscopic Works of Art to Bo Found Abroad. '.Itcmarkable Feats of Dainty Penmanship , Ivory Dishes Scarcely Visible to Iho t . 7 Jafccd Eye A Jeweler's "Won derful Little lioat. I Dr. Ileylin, in his "Life of King-, Charles," records that during- the reign I of Queen Elizabeth "there was one . who wrote the ten commandments, the ' creed, the Pater Xoster, the queen's ! name and the prayer of our Lord with- in the compass of a penny, and gave I ' her majesty a pair of spectacles of such I an artificial malting1 that "by the help ' thereof she did plainly and distinctly discern every letter," says the London Bookworm. A somewhat similar feat was that "rare piece of work brought to pass by Peter Bales, an Englishman, who also exhibited before her majesty the entire Bible written in a book con taining as many leaves as a full-sized edition, but fitting into a walnut." In St. John's college, Oxford, is pre- . served a ...

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. — 28 September 1893

ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class mutter. OFFICIAL DlRECTOUr. TERRITORIAL GovEKifoc L. U. Hughes Tucson Hkcuetaky C. M. Urtiee Cochise. Treasurer J. A. Fleming Phoenix Soft. Public Instrc'x, F.J. Nether ton, Phcenix Auditob, H.O. Boone Phoenix. ATroiiNEV GEXEBAL....F. J. Heney, . .Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice Phoenix. O .vex T. KOU3E, Associate Justice, Tucson. It. E. Sloan, .Associate Justice.... Tucson. J J. Hawkins ...Associate Justice... Prescott E. . Ellis wood, U.S.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. AY. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNT! OFFICIALS. 1 F. T. La Prade. William Morgan, Board of Supervisors fjjan(iTo Ortega. j Charles Jarvis.Olerk. Quarterly meetings of the Board will be hold fi rst Monday in January, April, J uly and October. Sheriff W. R. Campbell District Attorney T. S. Bunch. Recorder, F. w. nelson. Treasurer W. H. Gibbons. Jodoe of tiie District Court. J. J. Hawkins. Probate Judge Art McDonald e-.KBKOF Court ...

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. — 5 October 1893

iJflHM&iffiKjtfe-- 4. f lirifii ' iTnirr - "iTflftlT nr"! "'hf' TitftfflMi""! nil - : v rvz. -amnr-p --r, it.- , nn- - itfrM.fffivaniiiir , , tri&--.. 1 ' ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1893. NUMBER 1. VOLUME 10. tea c 5 ST. JOHNS HEEALD Published every Thursday T THE APAOHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J. "P.. WALLACE, EDIT03 AND MANAGEB. A dispatch of the 23d ult., says : The Colina volcano, on the Pacific coast south of Guadalajara, Mexi co, is again active and the people living near the base of the moun tains are much alarmed. Acting Gov. Bruce has issued a proclamation offering a reward of $1000 for the arrest and conviction of the murderers of the late Frank Oury. The Bear River Canal property in Utah is still a subject of litiga tion,. William Garland, the con tractor, holds an injunction prevent ing any further transfers or ex panses till his claims, aggregating $125,000, have been settled. The National banks...

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. — 5 October 1893

RAGGED EELICS. Strange Custom of Invalid Vis itors to Franco's Holy Wells. A Peculiar Practice That Has Grown On' of Idolatrous Beliefs Queer Thank Offerings for the Kestor- ation of Health. The custom of fastening" rags, shnUti and such worthless votive offerings to "bushes which grew near holy wells, and springs which were noted for health-giving" properties, though now obsolete, once flourished in England and Scotland. Near to Newcastle, in the suburb of Benwell, a well whidh was once .famous for such gifts still exists. The. practice is not unknown in Ireland. Indeed, says Antiquary, it survives in all countries where Ro man Catholicism flourishes, which is not surprising when it is borne in mind that the Romish church had a special prayer for blessing clouts for the cure of diseases. At Wierre Ef froy, in France, where the water of St. Godeleine's well is esteemed efficacious for ague, rheumatism, gout, and all affections of the limbs, a heterogene ous collection of crutches, b...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 5 October 1893

rmTirinriTTTi rr nnnrer'i r. JH-' THE HINDOO GINEE. A Well Known Figure in the Fam ilies of the Orient Sho Is a Household Qnccn TTlio Xeads a Life of Self Sacrifice! and .Rules Over Her Subjects with a Bod 6T Kindness. The Ginee is generally tlie mother or wife of the eldest male member of the family. She rises from her bed about an hour and a half before sun rise and looks to the sweeping- and cleaning1 of the house, particularly the door lintels, the yards and the cow shed. She then collects flowers from the shrubs and goes to bathe in the river Bhagiraihee, if the river be not jnore than a mile or so from the house. The sun has not yet appeared in the horizon, but most of the women have left their beds and many join to go to bathe in the river, talking on their way, says Kali Prasanna Uuukerji, writing to the Theosqphical society. - They all bathe and perform their de - votional actions called puja on the bank of the river and return home about eight a. m. The Ginee then pre pare...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 5 October 1893

ST. JOHNS HEEALD ntered la the Poet office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor, L. C. Hughes Tucson Secubtarv C. 31. Bruce Cochise. Teexsuber J. A. Fleming.... Phoenix Supt. PcblicInstkc'n, F, J. Nethcrton, Phoenix Auditor, II. C. Boone Phoenix. Attorney General,... F. J. Honey,. .Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice Phoenix. Owen T. kouse, Associate Justice, Tucson. It. E. Sloan, ..Associate Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins ...Associate Justice Prescott E. E. Elunh'ood, U.H.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. "V. K. JIeade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. CQU5TY OFFICIALS. "I F. T. La Trade. Board or Supervisors oSgK' ' Quarterly meetings of the Board will bo held first Monday in January, April, July and October. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell District Attorney T. S. Bunch. Recorder, F. W. Nelson. Treasurer W. H. Gibbons. JODOE OF THE DISTRICT COURT. J. J. Hawkins. PE03ATE Judge Art McDonald Clekkof Court Alfred Ruiz. Terms of the District Court, third Mondays...

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. — 12 October 1893

v ; ' . pik tip BPS VOLUME 10 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA" TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1893. NUMBER 2 8T. JOHNS HERAED wPP?"' "- " ' - 1 onn. (n H nankan rrnllnn WKpn WO I fl Tvl SiSHO Published every Thursday BY TIIE APACHE COUNTY TUBLISniXG CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1SS7. 3. IF. WALLACE, EDITO!r AXD MANAGER. " GAUTFoitNiA lias exhibits in more buildings at the Fair than any other State. The new Tariff bill will be ready .for reporting to the House in a month. As a general rule the Cherokee .Strip will be settled by a good class of people. The value of Canada's fisheries' yield last ear is announced as $13,941,181. Colored female bie'clist3. are now 'seen on the streets in some eastern cities. General W. S. Rosecrans has been chosen President of the Army of the Cumberland. The ministers of Chicago are taking up and discussing the "out of work" problem. The flouring mills of Oklahoma are running night and day in order to supply the demand. Chicago pays needy men $1 a day ....

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. — 12 October 1893

f AN miiY CBKATOBE. The Venomous Gila Monster of Arizona. Although Many Fabulous Stories Are Told About mo Strange iicptue ix xb m .Reality Very Fierce and Deadly. r The gila monster is a reptile con cerning1 which much has been said and lots of little stories have been written, hut its habits, nevertheless, are not well known, even where it is most fre quently found. It was no uncommon sight in former years, says the San Trancisco Chronicle, to see Mexican and Indian boys trailing the hideous thines at the ends of strings along the streets of towns and settlements of Arizona, taking care always to keep their bare feet out of the way of the uncanny-looking lizard. Sometimes, too, gila monsters, strapped to a board like planked shad, would be offered for sale at prices ranging from a medio to a toston (fifty cents), with few or no buyers. In the event that nobody wanted to increase his menagerie with one of the wicked-looking beasts, it 1 1 , I i -t 1 1 - -1 A was generally stonea to...

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. — 12 October 1893

THE UNLUCKY OPAL. Father aiolllnger a Believer In the Bane ful Influence of the Gem. The belief that the opal sheds a "baneful influence found a supporter even in the late Father Mollinger, the venerable priest physician of world wide fame, says the Pittsburgh Press. Almost since the opal was known su perstition has clung- to it and it has" been so held by persons in every condi tion of life. The way it became known that the famous priest held the super stition is as follows: Last winter one of Alleghany's lead ing physicians lay sick for months. Dr. Cyrus King attended him. The two had been friends all their lives and Dr. King watched almost night and day until he brought his friend back to health. On his recovery he presented Dr. King with an opal set in pearls. The pin was a unique piece of jewelry and was very handsome. Dr. King was also physician for Father Mollinger. One night, short ly before the great priest's death, the doctor was summoned to the pretty parsonage on Mount 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. — 12 October 1893

-t1 3; ST. JOHNS HEBALD ntereil in the Posi office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TEBEITOKIAL V GovEiucon, L. C. Hughes Tucson JsRCUETAitv C. M. Bruce Cosbhrc. Tkeascuek J. A. Flsicinir Phcunx Suit. I'bbmcIxstuc'k, F.J. Ne.berton, Phoenix A'Joitob, H. C. Booac PhuniLc. Attouxey Gknkhal,. . .F. J. Ileney, . .Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Bakiji:, Chief Jutiee Phoenix. Oir.EN T. itouaK, Associate Justice, Tuc-on. K. E. Si-oan, .ARsachue Justice Tucson. J.J. Hawkins ...As -oci..t-i Justice Prcsdott K. E. Ellinkood, U.S.Dist. Attorney, Tucson. V. K. 51EADS, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUXTY OFFICIALS. P. T. La Prade. Board of SurEKVisoES nnuro 0?ieg"' J Charles Jarvis,Clerk, nHPrtfirivmootincsof tne Board will be held fi rst Monday in January, April, July and October. SHEuiFF, ; W- It. Campbell District Attgkkey T. S. Bunch. Rhcoudek, P- W. kelson. Treasurer . W. H. Gibbons. J-JDOX OK THE DlfTKICT COUJIT.J. J. liAWMUK. Probatk Juimje Art McDonald 6t.BKOKCooi:T Alfred...

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. — 19 October 1893

' " ' ' ''' VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1893. NUMBERi& ST. JOHNS HERALD .Published every Thursday XT THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J". WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. " The gold reserve is now said to be at the lowest point ever readied. More pensions are now undergo ing special examination than for .many years. The Populists are trying to in duce Congressman Bryan of Ne braska to join their ranks. The Western Union Telegraph Company net profits for the year ending June 30 last was over $7,000, 000. The well-known New York Dem ocrat, Frederick B. Coudert, it is believed, is getting ready to. flop politically. The Indiana authorities are after the O. & M. railroad for hauling a train load of prize fighters into the State from Ohio. Railroads running through the Cherokee Strip are disposed to re sist regulation of stopping places by the Government. 'Silver miners out of work cap tared a Southern P...

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. — 19 October 1893

ANTIQUE BEAUTIES. f The Marvelous Mountain Tributary ' of the Colorado Biver. Cliffii and Howldera TTliIch. Bear the Print of Artistic ITands of a 3Iys terious Kace Homes of Pre Historic Cave Dwellers. iljjwestern newspaper correspondents have for years, at irreepilar intervals, discoursed at some length upon the wonders of the Rio San Juan, and in the category of the marvelous this mountain tributary of the great 'Col orado has taken its place by the side of the far-famed and mysterious Gila. The cliff ruins of the San Juan valley have been the center of attraction, have been viewed from all sides, and their wonders have been told "and retold to the world, time and time again. Scientific men have visited this region, have penetrated southeastern Utah, and have considered this valley a place of especial interest, because these cliffs and cave dwellings are probably the oldest in this strange country, be ing the first built is that mysterious journey southward of a great and un known...

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. — 19 October 1893

MAKING A NAME. Something About Titles of Honor Among: the Europeans. In the old world distinguished men aro often honored, or supposably honored, "by "being- given titles of nobility; but it sometimes happens that the recipient 01 tne nonor does not value it nijmiv. ' Recently the famous Italian musical composer, Giuseppe Verdi, whose name in English would be plain Joseph Green, read in the papers that he had been "created" marquis of Busseto. The composer literally leaped for his pen, and wrote the following note to the minister of public instruction: "I read in the Perseveranza that T Tiave been appointed a marquis. I beg you to do everything in your power to prevent this appointment from taking effect. I may be remembered here after; but I shall be remembered much more if I am not made a marquis." Verdi is said to have expressed the opinion that, after having spent sixty years in making the name of "Green" illustrious, it would be rather hard luck to lose it for the unknown desig...

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. — 19 October 1893

. .. -vfW5?' ST. JOHNS HERALD ntered in the Post office at St. Johns as second class matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL Governor, L. 0. Hughes Tucson Hecketary C. il. Bruce Cochise. Treasurer J- A. Fleming Phoenix Suit. Public Instrc'n, F.J. Sotherton, Phoenix A jnrroit, II. C. Boone. Phoenix. attorney General,.. .F. J. Heney, - Tucson. SUPREME COURT. A. C. Baker, Chief Justice Phoenix. Owen T. kouse, Associate Jusiice, Tucson. R. E. Sloan, .Associate Justice.... Tucson. J J. Hawkins ...As-rociata Justice ...Prescott j3. E. Ellinwood, U.S. Dist. Attorney, TucBon. AY. K. Meade, U. S. Marshal Tucson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. "1 F. T. La Prade. I William Morgan, Board of Supervisors amiro Ortega. J Charles Jarvis.ClSrt. Quarterly meetings ol the Board will be held fl rst Monday in January, April, J uly and October. Sheriff, W. R. Campbell District Attorney T. S. Bunch. R jcouder, E. W. lelson. Treasurer, W. H. Gibbons. Judge of the District Court. J. J. Hawkins. Prubate Judge Art McDonal...

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. — 26 October 1893

: Mr VOLUME 10. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1893. NUMBER 4 Eft ST. JOHNS HERALD Published every Thursday BT TIIE APACHE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated April 27th, 1887. J". IF. WALLACE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. A dispatch from Washington of the 20th says : The silver compro mise is practically agreed upon to extend the Sherman silver law one year and a half. A majority of the : senate are fayorable. Later. Oct. 21. The democrat ic conference committee began its fourth day's session this morning, and are attempting to reach a com promise proposition satisfying to all. The chief dispute in the com mittee is the repeal of the purchas ing clause of the Sherman law. The repeal senators want July, 1894, and the silver democrats Jul', 1895. The committee will probably reach an agreement before night. The general belief to-day is that the compromise measure will be before the senate not later than Tuesday. At two o'clock this afternoon the compromise wa...

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