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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 1, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota 4 i .>11 business directory. Attorneys. H. Squier tv4e old City Dray line Timmi j. Ii. Parker attorney at Law and judge of probate of Broadway and All Ollega j Belreet near the court House Albert Lea. Deals in lard and soft Coal Wood of i Kinda and Blacksmith Coal. J Yard near s. M. Depot sawed and i delivered. Slate at Hewitt a. Farmers Trade solicited. _ office Corner reel Winn. Iceman Blacknel lawyer. Land for Sale. Kyj Allery bros., proprietors of report of tile Council committee upon their action. Deemed it Safe to deviate from this Long established interpretation of the Law so fully rec cognized by our predecessors and in junking our tabulations we have omitted All such returns. It will be perceived that these rejections effect the election of several representatives in the county of Quot Washington. One candidate for the Senate is Ems to have been voted for in some of the towns of this county by the name of John t. Wallace jr., and in others by Tho name of John i. Bos of dec. 26.�?a special to the Herald Freri must amp save the following is an a i Wallace but we liar test plated the Oles As g f in or thrown for two different men. As we us our City Dray line i Stract from the report of the committee on the Maine election returns made in the coun dealers in hard and soft Coal Wood ice. Albert Lea Minnesota. W b. Rumsey my. Office at j. W. Smiths store. Brown. D k. P Hibbs. Cli your committee in submitting this report deem it necessary to state specifically certain facts connected with the returns from Many of the towns cities and plantations which attorney amp collection agent. Office at Freeborn Bank Albert Lea . O moxness attorney at Law car. Clark amp Broadway Albert Lea mini r Obert m. Palmer h. It. Brown amp oo., Bostic of Albert Lea thrown for two different Legal knowledge that the same person is meant. Contradictory returns. Two sets of returns were sent in to the Secretary of state from the town of i Airfield each of which contradict the other and it impossible from the contradictory have materially affected the result. In can of the returns to deter Mim the re. Passing the votes returned there Are Many take from the Arsenal in Bangor the arms and ammunition there and bring the same Here was not generally known in this City until to Day. On Christmas night a team was in waiting at the Railroad station Here to receive the contents of the state Arsenal in order to convey them to the state House. The excitement Here Over the Bangor affair was intense. The wildest rumours prevailed until a True account of it was received. It was rumoured during the Day that the Spital Tui Fig were ordered out but there was no truth in the report. Then it was said the Montgomery guards of Portland would by Here by the afternoon train but they did not put in an appearance. Statement of gov. Gab Elon. Gov. Garcelon reached the City this afternoon. Only two of the councillors were Here so no business was transacted. Gov. Garce i with the men for the purpose of inducing them to leave their present employers until the expiration of tue time of the contract. The judge reviewed at length the organization and working of trades unions and concluded by saying that he had no doubt but that the Union represented by or. Swearer was in conflict with the Laws of the state and of the United states. Broken rail. To Ais on litre Ali so a i amm hrs Okic the Chicago v Altos Railroad Cable chronicles two of the Caro take fire cob Bond of Auburn perching in the Flamos Geo. Paine of Chicago and c awards of Twenty per a More or less severely injured fatal stabbing affray at Mandan Macel Laneous crime and casualty record. Zakoor Kinas s perfidy is tue a la in massacre. A broken rail. Lawyer. Office Over Hedenstad a store Albert Lea does a general min Jug u. Tao a attorney at Law and collecting agent banking business. Office in Clark St Albert Lea . We eave for Sale improved City property and farms. La. Mcmillen Pyrek it St Whytock attorneys at Law i has removed the old opera Blo albeit Lea . 7. A Lovely r ovely Vic Morgan d f. Morgan. T two deers North of ii. Brown amp coffin Bant j lawyers. Office Over wedge do up cars drug a store increase facilities for doing proposes to give business he Albert Lea . Physicians. D Nelson m. D., physician and surgeon. Hartland . It Cutten kler7 better satisfaction than Ever before. Cash Baid for hides tallow of. Lea returns which owing to fatal defects cannot be counted but we shall specify Only those which have affected the result. Constitution a requirements. Article 4. Part i. Section of theron Stit to on regulates the manner of electing senators and representatives to the legislature and also the process of transmitting to the governor and Council the process by which they Are to determine who have been elected. This Section provides that in Case of towns and plantations municipal officers shall in open town and Plantation meeting at the close of election Day sort count and declare the votes cast and form a list of a persons voted for and after the name of each person thus voted for shall write t he number of votes received by him. This list shall be recorded in open meeting by a clerk and a copy of this recorded list shall be signed by the selectmen and attested by the clerk and sealed up in open meeting. This copy of the reported list thus attested is to be deposited in the office of the Secretary of state within thirty Days . Xue Law of it. A Section of the revised statutes requires that in addition to the foregoing specific and mandatory provisions of the const til on the return shall state the number of ballots cast at the election. The same Section of the Constitution requires that the governor and Council shall open and Compart the returns thus transmitted and from them cult of the election in that town. A have t Ion was seen to night and said he anew therefore rejected the returns from that nothing further of the Bangor affair than town in our tabulations. Lha rejection affects the election of one represent Ive illegal ballots. Accompanying and attached to the repro tentative return from the town of Slowbe j there was a statement Signet by the j Gan selectmen that a certain number of ballots what had appeared in the papers that for judicious reasons be had ordered French verbally to remove the arms and ammunition _ j and he thought the whole matter was one of great discredit to the City. Increasing tue police. At a special meeting of the City government in the afternoon it was voted to increase the the report i non of Gen. Cough with Gen. Robert premature Gough whereabouts unknown and communications cot a murderous Mah Medao muck at c a Indaba re great to from cold and Lack of food attempted assassination of the King of Homo outrages by albanians in Montenegro Miscellaneo. Afghanistan. To Koob Khan s per ult. London dec. 26.�?a private letter from a British Soldier in Cabal states that one of Ghal May have a body to Call upon in Case i Koob Khan s generals told sir Frederick were protested is being illegal nude that the City mar Chap. I of the revised eat Tea. On of the pm a a a a Iory a ballots objected to was attached t it the re turns. Lha selectmen in their Cut Rte hate and trouble should Arist. Roberts that Yakoob Khan himself signed allege How Many of the ballots were cjti21nll of and in the certificate they inform t a Gover w a a Meta Lite of a pm due the o asking the opiate s in the nor and Council that they turn subject to the legality or that kind of ballots. I he ballot w Preene judicial court i form of an Ordinary Sheet of paper ded to request of or. Morrill make two leaves on one paste. Hal the can. Dilates names were printed and or the next pages the balance of the names of the candidates appear. We Are fully satisfied that that kind of ballot is clearly in violation of the letter and spirit of the foregoing Nam statute and we accordingly re ecu i a number of ballots in making our tabulation. Illegal officials. A protest was filed against counting he returns from the town of Cherryfield on the ground the officers who the returns were not Legal officers. Affidavits presented with the protest establishes the fact that not one Legal selectman presided at making out the returns and receiving votes. It Hie of the selectmen was a foreigner Aud could net legally hold the office of select Tan. I he Superior court has held that a Board of town officers consisting of less than three a lengthy petition the death warrant of the Tab mov and or tit citizens of Gardiner o. Bota. The 0j the murdered men to parties was mailed to me be dragged through the streets of Cabal. Piety. Expediency to at tement that an of the us preme7udicial in accordance with the a petition was also made to the governor to night signed by seventy nine citizens of Richmond without distinction of party. Also a petition from Hallowell signed by republicans democrats and Green backers. Indignation meetings a being held a. Various Points throughout the state to night and address a it made by prominent citizens and others of leading local a Wuence. Cosil repces. There were conferences at Biddeford North Berwick Rockland Calais Lewiston and other places the Adit rents t f All to Ideal i arties were in attendance it at Lewiston three Tounsand people attended. Sex gov. Dingey. Congressman Frye and others addressed the meeting. Is the action of the Gover the letter reiterates the statement that Aso too Worth of russian Gold was found in Cabal. Oen. Gough lost. London dec. 2 a the following dispatch from Lahore dated Friday night says a since Gen. F rough passed lits band no news has been received from him the rumours of his arrival at c Atul were premature. The wire to Day was working As far As inn Damon but at night it was interrupted Between be Schaur and murderous 3kah Melan attack. Cauda bar despatch dated Friday says a to Day being a Mah Medan festival the fanatical portion of the population is much excited. Some mounted Ghil Zars ran amuck through the British Camp. Ltd in. I was i wounded and two fanatics killed. Free character / not a homeopathic play Sci amp a amp surgeon. Albert Lea . Albert ins., collection anti real estate Agency. Determine who appears to be elected the Legal Board. Acting upon this opinion we p error to Issue to Sach persons As thus have rejected the returns from the town of a a a summons to take seats Cherryfield. This affects toe election of one office next door East of the National Houe on Clark St i buy and sell real estate on commission. Collections made in this and adjoining counties at reasonable rates. Taxes paid for non appear to be elected summons in the legislature. The Tius requirement of course the first requirement is that the returns shall be made and sealed up in an open town or Plantation meeting. We understand that this is required in order that the Eide e. W. Mcloud m. W. H. Smith m. O Mith amp Mccord physicians and surgeons All cads attended to by night or Day. M Ryan try. Office at Smith do Mccord a drug i 01 code Turbo of ref the Post office Albert store one Lea . M m. Dodge m. A sets Crry of Continental of new York. American of Philadelphia. Milwaukee mechanics of Milwaukee. German Freeport in. Cor rest on Denic solicited h , agent. Physician Aud surge of. West of r. N. Parks Tore or first acor Ham Street Albert Lea. Minn. Freeborn Coduti bae Albert Leam . $50,000. President. I. Dentists. Teds e Armstrong Ca Hiees s Bachelder. W. B Rumsey or. A. H. Street de tint. Office Over Brick store South of the Post office \ c. Merrill co Buss pc add cts i new York the american Exchange Nat. Bark. Milwaukee first National Bank. By. Paul merchants National Bant a crossed Batavia Bank. W dentist. City meat Market office Over wedge amp Spicer a drug store. The old and Money and stocks. Favorite stand. M Oney to loan Neci or North of palmers store where May found a full and Complete Stock of on real estate Security. Approved notes mortgages bought apply to a. H. Street. Office Over trick store South of Post office. Aj.1 kinds of meats which will be bold As cheap As the cheapest. The i Alienage of the Public in respectfully solicited m Oney to loan. Every class of a m. Tver has a Large amount of Money to aug at a Low rate of interest. Opera House Block Albert Lea. _ miscellaneous. Meat. Fish Anil poultry in in its season. J. 6, Brundin proprietor w s. Hopkins architect and builder. Albert Lea . Shop in the Corner of William and Newton streets. Ilm6 Cash paid for hides tallow in. W. P. Sergeant up in o it Eil meeting Are not Legal and cannot be counted and we pc ave acted upon this belief in making oui tabulations. 1 several protests accompanied with affidavits to support them against the counting of re turns specified therein have been considered by us. These protests allege that said returns should not be counted because they were not made up in open town meeting but were made after the meeting closed in some private office or store where no one Bat a portion of the municipal officers were present and in some cases Only the clerk. This condition of things in several cases has been proven to our entire satisfaction and we have rejected the returns thus defect i Tive in our tabulations. Lett los stoned in Blank. In the ease of Stoneham an affidavit signed by two selectmen establishes the fact that they signed the returns in Blank and the town clerk took this Home and filled them up. Aud the selectmen have no knowledge of what the returns contain. For the j foregoing reasons we have rejected in our tabulations the representative returns from Tho towns of Jay Stoneham Lisbon Webster and Farmington. The returns from the town of seaport have also been rejected be i cause it was not sealed up in open town meeting. By the Means of these rejections a five persons will receive seats in the legislature who would not have been thus seated j had the returns from the aforesaid towns j been made up As the Constitution requires. These Are James o. White of the Tav District Louis voter of the Farmington Dis i strict n. Bradbury of the Stoneham District Joshua e. Gordon of the seaport Cis strict. And Leonard h. Beale of the de Ernam District. Supreme Couri ruling. The supreme court has held that municipal officers shall sign the returns with their own hands or make their Marks otherwise the returns cannot be counted m e have found several returns fatally defective in this particular and have according a re i ejected them. By this Rule Laid Down by the i court the new Sharon returns have been by us rejected. This rejection affects the election of one representative. Wre found several returns fatally defective of the representatives. Bribery and intimidation. Several protests and affidavits of support them were referred to us asking the rejection of returns on account of crib by and intimidating of voters and on account of Legal defects in calling the town meting. Also on account of improper Check Liisu. Lae copy of the record presented a from the town of Skowhegan. Hows that fur the election in that town Only one copy of j the War rant was posted and the record does not a it w that one was posted in the town. It it a Jec Tiou to counting the vote of tic City o. Auburn was made because he to or a name was added to the Check list in Lee of Tine wards in violation of the Law lie the voting was going on on election amp a. Affidavits filed fully establish that fact 1 her affidavits plainly show the same condition of thing in Oiler cities. W e consider these facts As not legally cognizable by the governor and Council As a Canvas my Board and we have disregarded them Iii our tabulation. We recommend the reference of a. Such papers to the legislature. The trouble in Tui cities. The returns from Portland Are defective because they do not comply with the constitutional requirement which provides that the names of All persons receiving votes shall be stated in the returns. A Large number of votes were return i from said City As and there was to Possi ble Means afforded by the returns to detergent for who such Vries bad been the own. The returns from the cities of Saco Lewiston Bath and Rockland i a fatally defective because they were not signed v a majority of aldermen. I uder the statutes and by decisions of the courts such returns cannot be counted and we have been obliged to reject them. It will devolve on the House of representatives to determine in he first instance and Finaghy we. Have been elected to the House from these cities a we have no Legal evidence Lief re is to determine that question. Nor and Council a a palpable and unequivocal Steak he had met but one Democrat in Congress who attempted to defend the action of the of unionists. The plot was hatched a month ago. I he republicans will never it Davis be Urov Emor of Maine. Turkey the situation i it scr in i. Militia Pax it arms seized by . Bowton dec. 26. The Bangor Whit. 7. Quot i Frier says that the Arm of the Hersey Light infantry of old town. One of the state militia Campania were taken Possession of by the fan Jonisu last night Between la and 12 of clock and removed from the company s armory to the residence of Lieut. Ii. E. Miles com Malier of Tbs company. I he company Bas tent inn Fie a Breech loading . Old town ii the residence of the of amp Ion candidate for governor. Roa Sibly a Compromise. Boston dec. 16.�?a Portland special to tri it a says the prevailing sentiment a i lie it in trouble. Constantinople dec. 26.�?the following Are some of the particulars us regard to the Case of the priest who was death for translating the Bible into the turkish Tongue. In september the police arrested a missionary for distributing religious tracts but be was soon discharged the police retaining a Book in the i turkish language printed in London containing passages contrary to islam ism and two manuscript Para it the same character. On the Phletus of the same charade Day after the release of the the priest who is now under sentence was arrested on the charge of being the author of the above mentioned . And was remanded for Iris a which shape Csur now it is probable the or. Will be discharged owing to the demands of Minuter Lay re. Paix. The among the better and leading class of democrats in that Vicinity seems to be that or. Morrill s proposition will be accepted and that the difficulty cat be settled without there is a better feel the the trouble of any sort ing in consequence. Portland Dee. 2 abolition Bill. Madrid dec. A both houses c Cartes adjourned to january a. Abolition Bill which passed the Senate provides for the gradual of in Cuba in la 6-mt-�?. After years of provisional servitude under their present passenger train ditched. St. Louis. Dec. 26.�?the night express on the Chicago pc Alton Railroad was ditched at Berlin 111- Abou. La o clock last nigh and Noumena two persons killed and several injured. The following dispatch from superintendent Stager at Berdan gives All the particulars received by the officials Here. The Kansas City night express was thrown from the track two Miles West of Here by a broken rail. The train was running about thirty Miles an hour. After the engine and All the cars except the Sleeper which a the last one on the train had passed Over safely a steel rail. Rendered Brittle by the cold snapped and threw the Sleeper from the track. This ditched All the other cars the engine alone remaining on the track. Twenty five persons were injured most of them slightly. The Porter of the Sleeper George Paine of the Bond of Auburn Illinois were f died. I Fie smoking car and the reclining car were burned. The injured persons were taken to Jacksonville and placed in the hosp1.ta. There and Are being Well cared for. I Fie track is Clear. From other sources it ii Ester Kinrd Thi the Accident occurred to the Tram which left Here at 15 last night for Kansas City. It happened at 1< a i. M. The train consisted of a baggage. Smoking and chair car and a Sleeper and but one passenger coach. I Fie Sleeper was Well tided and Here it was that the in Surv was done. As soon As the car ran off the stoves upset and that end of the car was almost instantly in a Blaze. The passengers. Many of whom were Injurer rushed to the other end of the car to escape Bro finding the door locked a panic seized them and for a few minutes the scene was a terrible one. Finally the door w 3 broken Down and All got out except col. Bond wha was burned with the cars. The names of the in ared were not received Here. Berdan is Nten ced to about sixty Miles from Here. And is within it Short distance of where three Oiler free treats recently occurred. A bad smash. St. Louis dec. 26.�?while a train of Twenty five coaches was ascending the Eastern approach of the Bridge at 0 30 to night seventeen car broke Loose and dashed Down the Grade at great Speed. When opposite the railway depot they encountered a freight train on the Chicago Burlington amp Quincy track and a number of cars of both trains were smashed to splinters. Charles Roth Engineer Arley Jones fireman and Harry Easton conductor of the Chicago Burlington a Quincy train and Geo. Gray switchman and s. Osborne an employee of Richardson a pork House were badly injured and another Mac. Name not ascertained injured badly. Csc Hes and cast Alti is. A dispatch from it is proposed to enact severe Bangor mentions that influential democrats against vagrancy in a Annec Tion with a wifi in an and ski to gov. Gmo Iod acheui6. Amp and to a a to fid jurisdiction of cuts in i the of Lotos member of the chamber of Depatie declare the Law will satisfy neither owner nor slaves. Have United in an Appeal to gov to accept the suggestion of sex gov. Morrill and allow the courts to fettle the pending troubles. The same dispatch intimates that the governor is Likely to heed the request. Indignation Mertin Daman Cotta me. Drc. 2.�? indignation meeting this afternoon. Large audience every town in the county being represented some coming fifteen or went. Miles no. Withstanding extreme cold. Gen. Joseph a. Hall spoke at length. The closing portion i of his speech was As it lows that a patriotic sense of duty on thy Par of the people will bring us Cut of this trouble. A voice is now for peace decidedly against but fellow citizens Ween the a Home Atte it tax i Abib. Do. A amp a reports that i need a last Humbert was going on a Hunting expedition when the gendarmes who preceded him encountered a crowd who refused to disperse and fired on the gendarmes. The latter returned the fire. An Active search for the culprits is in Progress. Force. Garcelon to Terri 11. The latter asked i of req cd to cations. Augusta me. Dec. 26.-j1 he following is governor Garcelon s reply to the letter of Hon. Lott m. Morrill t Lewiston. Dec. 25.�?Hon. Lott m. Morrill chairman Etc your communication of the 21 the reached Here yesterday just As i was leaving Augusta and i take this Early Opportunity to reply the excitement in the Public mind is in my mind wholly without excuse Aud is without question the result of a systematized attack of vituperation and blander upon the a a unwed apartment. Not Only without parallel hut Viton it cause. Be that As it Mav it is the duty of every Good citizen to use his Best endeavours to allay proach of anarchy and disputation of civil. It a Side and the general foreign new Liberty shall stand upon Oue prevention by Force stands upon the other when Law shall be no longer of Avail and courts become powerless to give Justice in i am for resorting to the last great right of free men and assuming the responsibility to Phil Wolff go Forward like men the knowing Date in the hour of peril dare to do it. St ring the consequences fall where they must. Upon those who forced u3 to the dread i a the following resolutions were adopted. J of touted that while we earnestly desire a peaceful adjustment of this unfortunate state of things at the same time we request senator elect Smith and the Hep reheat at Ive elect to ase every Means in their Power to obtain their seats to which the votes called them at because they were not attested by the town. Siciu ment Lowater crated so far As a organization of the leg stature and should to. Has hold Finch Are secures realer in a1kinds of Well seasoned Minneapolis clerk. The supreme court has held such Are not Legal returns and we have rejected them he is Able and to resort n of measures As will allay civil strife and at the they Are quite numerous but we shall specify Lime 9ecare the end9 of Justice. A a to such itys of egg Job work properly attended to. Q f. Nelson dealer in ready made and custom made boots and shoes. Lumber i Only such As affect the result of the election. Intimate that it of in my Power to restore the representative return rom the town of Tranquility and Good feeling to the Lebanon is one of them. Its rejection at i get an j Auta inhabitants by asking the opinion of the supreme judges on each Law Point involved in the variations of the count work Dene to order satisfaction guaranteed Broadway 1st door North of Elliman a. Give him a Call before purchasing elsewhere. Shinnies lath Sash doors and building material Lebanon facts the election of one representative Viz Stephen lord. Vanceboro and Albany Are j like cases and the rejection of the returns i from these towns affects the election of two representatives representing districts i posed of several towns. Full names and initials. In some of the towns the full Christian t names of candidates seem to have been Point. From the returns. Nothing would give me greater pleasure than an authoritative opinion upon the Points involved in the present con action of affairs and also upon such As might be Likely to arise. Fief be to indicate san 1 the that occur to you which have used i not already been adjudicate>1 upon and they not be Able to do this then we them to unite in organizing the legislature some place wheres majority of branches. As duly elected can carry out the expressed will of the people. Res old a that we pledge our 1 de senators and representatives throughout the state our Earnest support in whatever Cooee they May decide to follow that Legal measures May accomplish wha. Ift just i that Force the last suffering in Bou Melia. Lion Don dec. A lha Wel know entropic sir Henry Drummond writes be has received letters and telegrams from Phill Opolis. Which show that unless help is Given to the destitute people in Bourn Elm thousands must perish from cold and starvation. Miscellaneous. A amp is. Dec. Irks thousands of persons crossed the Seine on the ice on Christmas Day. The total imports of Weest into i Ranee from August to the end of november was sixteen million hundredweight. Cannie dec. 26.�?the condition of the request Empress of Bassia is slightly improved. Anre at London. Dee. 26.�?a Vienna dispatch save that notwithstanding Mukhtar f aha proclamation the albanians Are not sub 1 it fall elect mitting quietly to the secession of Montene lawfully elect they have created great disturbance in a j i. A Ara vol ,1 c of 11 la and right and that Force the last great of freemen May cot become necessary. Right trades unions with non la Niou at Fuz Riend where they plundered and set j fire to two greek churches and eral houses belonging to christians. London. Dec. 26.�?a Berlin dispatch reports that the russian University statute which has been for some time in course of i anal stabbing at Mandan. Bismarck d. To. Dec. 26.�?a Man named a Vino stabbed one Riley at Mandan ast night with a knife from the effects of which Riley died this morning. His intestines were terribly exposed by the ugly Gash. Ray to s friends say it was in self defense he being cornered in a room and had to Cut himself out. The murderer is in b a Marck jail. Burned to death of Wile Ferson at Ino san a i Laus. Cincinnati dec. 26.�?fred r. Jaynes while Persona Ting Santa c ans last night a Church festival at Paris ky., was burned to death by the Cotton batting of his costume catching fire from a Candle on the i Christmas tree. Death Elom assault. Cincinnati. Dec. -6.�?frank Coleman coloured head waiter at the Miles House terribly beaten with a Boulder on the evening of dec. 2 by John Woodson a Barber and a waiter named Price died to Day of the injuries then received. Woodson is now in jail but Price gave bail and is running on the River. A m tse Blaze. Brunswick me. Dec. 26.�?dunlap s Block and two houses adjoining were burned. Rhe occupants were the Dennison manufacturing compar v of Boston and b. C. Dennison fancy g it ods. Loss t a a. 1 a insured. Stamped to death. Philadelphia. Dec.6.�?in a Saloon in South Camden. Christmas eve Joseph Dawson was stamped to death by George suckering. Bank president indicted. New Orleans. Dec. 26.�? the grand jury has indicted David Urquhart president of the new Orleans Savit is institution on the charge of felonious of appropriating to his own use $3,000 belonging to said corporation. He was bailed in $20,000. Brewery burned. Columbus. O. A dec. 2t.�? the a it bore is brewery at Delaware was destroyed by fire last night. Loss 5,000 partially insured. Jin Illinois Cain. Cairo Iii dec. 26.�?Henry Willson brother in Law of Frank Hight who was c. L. Collars lumber y Ards others Only the initials and we hesitated i doubt not that we May be aute to secure a could count the initial satisfactory solution of the Don a Toul comply names with the full names. On examination i cations or. If not i in As to whether we attempts to interfere 31en in violation of Law. Zanesville Ohio. Dec. 2&�? is wave a a a a in an the fact i Case of interest to trades Union men. Be revision will next year become a Law. L he a alteration will place the students under the Eia Jered near Caledonia. Pulaski i j. >__i.____4nr who Wilt lips Verv strictest military discipline. United state court it Fargo in the United states District court St i a at Albert Lea amp aedes. Every description of Fuste lumber j including Yard on Broadway North of a amp ii e livery stable Ion a tto find the snare me court vol i As May be deemed authority Ive. The fact Case of interest to a of the term has commenced of Tho Tow we Tod a xxx Tomor a a a vhf of you allude that so Large a number Glas m&acf4ctnring firm a , on go the o. Board i in 0 o in Flokig. Foo ring siding brim Filu shingles lath. Mete Lear take a can stantly on hand and for Bale at the very lowest Muir ice t 3?x ice. Timber Eor frames filled to order on Short notice. Branch. Yards. A a. Wicks at. J. Mom at. Ass Altakai Woodcock of the a Cial Quot decision he government and Conn ton a Leo the District j. H. Hart Newcastle l have no authority to Overlook. con the John Brown of the Harden District and edition of affairs is no fault of the Gove. John Brown o. In. Ment and Council. Respect Illy years Alonzo Garcelon. Blower fit Union we a a Quot Een convicted upon the first number of boxes to be made i prop y alleging rape. The with girl reference to the. Count in the indictment. Rape. John a. Brighton of the Bland District tee Plantation returns. The revised statutes require that in Case of plantations in addition to the forms re Thev having hired for three years the pro. Or. Morrill will Send a communication to a. An j obtained a temporary main an. R. A a in a a Garnr re a in a week. Efforts having been made to in 5 crime r the United Duce the belgians to break their contract u Crowell was drank. Mates statute is death and in a water closet ravished the Little girl. The witnesses would have Beer positive and s off Tioff the doctor s testimony off sect. To Laruee wishing lumber win do Wen to Callas the most convenient of my Yard a my faculties for jangling it Are unsurpassed and my Assor Neni always Complete. I am h j. F. Reppy agent Albert Lea. ?. O. I Cen son agent Alden. To Opie a. . Gov. Garcelon to Morrow Thorning in an _ i i i ser to the foregoing proposing questions Dent of the Pittsburg Glass blowers from in Vear. Quire by towns a list of voters of Planta to resubmitted to the supreme judicial court. Terse Ritly with the belgians Swearer having Lions be sent in to the Secretary of state it is the general judgment of both parties c0ede to Zanesville to Nae his 1 offence with the Law. Otherwise that the returns from such plantar that gov Garcelon will Agee to refer he Thoj new workmen matter to the courts. He will be by mum under tons shall not be counted. Me found the returns of seven plantations irregular in this particular. We have specified them on our tabulation. We find it has been the practice of the governor and Council for Many years. To reject such returns and we the Bangor am a a judge Bell on a full hearing refused to modify the temporary injunction and ordered that the Dis join Nolan plead Guh y to selfing to the indians at standing Roc. Must have not Augusta me., charged men to tfx tent at Augusta. Was attempt dec. 2f t he attempt to of the contract of the Delgau or to convex of in any Prate teat Nick a of in to procure annulment pfc Bantu be Road dew3 tie 1 1 to the Hon do of or Gouid. Atchison Topeka i j car parse in last week. Las been Afi edited for the murder. The evidence elided at the inv Uesi is wholly of a circumstantial nature but Points. Strongly toward Willson grave robbers at work. Cincinnati dec. 26.�?grave robbers broke open a vault in the coloured Cermet any in the Western suburbs. Ines div night carried away the bodies of Henry Jones late a teacher in the St. Louis coloured schools Silas Edmundson and Maria Burnside 15 years old. The trustees searched the medical colleges of the City. Today but without Success. Prison fire. Louisville dec. 26.�?a fire in Jeffersonville prison to night destroyed the building occupied As a working and machine shop by Perin amp Gaff prison contractors. The building was filled with various kinds of Wood working machinery property of i by a amp Gaff valued a about it >,000. The inflammable nature of the building caused it to bar like so amp urge

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