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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 3, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Count Enterprise Ali x established in 1857 business directory. Attorneys. J h. Parker attorney at Law office Corner of Broadway and College streets near the court House Albert Lea Minn. Eman Blackmer lawyer. Land for Sale Albert Lea a. H. Squier the old City Dray line All deals in hard and soft Coal Wood of kinds and Blacksmith Coal. Yard near 8. M. Depot Wood sawed and delivered. Slate at Hewitt a. Farmers Trade elicited. Minnesota. Q >1 Osness attorney at Law Cor. Clark amp Broadway Albert Lea mini meat City Mamet i Albert Lea Minnesota thursday june 3, 188 0. Work at Washington. Number 23. Chili and Peru. The old and Obert m. Palmer Minn lawyer office Over Hedenstad s store Albert Lea in j. Stacy attorney at Law and collecting agent office on Clark St Albert Lea Mina Feyrer amp Whytock attorneys at Law favorite stand. Be door North of palmers store where May b found a full and Complete Stock of Ati kinds of meats which will be sold As cheap u the cheapest. The patronage of the Public is respectfully solicited every claw of meat fish and poultry in in its season. J. 6, Brundin a proprietor. Cash paid for hide tallow he. Opera Block Albert Lea Minn. J. A Lovely t ovely amp Morgan d f. Morgan. Office Over wedge Albert Lea Minn. Lawyers. Amp Spicer drug store physicians. Nelson old physician and surgeon. Hartland Minn. A a. Trenkler homeopathic physician amp surgeon Albert Lea Minn. Office next door East of the nation1 House of Clark St. Kyj m. Dodge m. D. Physician and surgeon. Albert Lea ins., collection and real estate Agency. I buy and 6ell real estate on commission. Collections made in this and adjoining counties at reasonable rates. Taxes mid for nonresidents. Abstracts steamship tickets to and from Europe on several first class lines. Foreign Exchange bought and sold on All principal european cities. I represent the following reliable and time tried insurance companies Continental of Kaw Yirk american of Philadelphia. Milwaukee mechanics of Milwaukee. German Freeport 111. Correspondence solicited. H o. Hau Kness agent severe cavalry King Keement in which the Penov ians suffer a had defeat explosion of a torpedo and does of life. Panama May 19.�?the Star and Herald prints the following from Loca Inba near Tacna there Oomes a report of a severe fight Between the chilian cavalry Nuder col. Vergara and a division of peruvian cavalry and infantry under col. Albarracin. The latter appears to have been Beverly handled the infantry of the Force being it is said Cut to pieces by the fierce charge of the chileans. The peruvians loss is placed at one Hundred killed while Many where made prisoners and a considerable amount of arms and ammunition and a Large number of cattle and mules also fell into the hands of the victors. The peruvians retreated on Tacna clo eely pressed to within a few Miles by the enemy. At Aulon Peru Large torpedo in process of completion exploded acc Dently blowing the manufactory to pieces killing every inmate and 9 others anti leveling a dozen adjoining houses to the ground to Moo a tzar or $5 to $50 a Day in Jour own in carry. No Riak. Worton do a Well a men. Man Taka More Tilep the amount plated above. O one can fall to make Money fact. Any me Cando the work. Ton Cai make from sorta. To $ j an hour by devoting your evening and Apar time to the by Almeca. Ii cola nothing to try the Butine. Nothing like it for Money making Ever offered before Butic a pleasant and ctr Coly honorable. Reader of you want to know All about the by it paying Nainee before the Public and be your address and we will Cene you full particular and private term free Campi Worth $6 Lino free Yon can then make a your mind for yourself. Add Geouge Stinson pc co., Portland Maine. C loll Fri up by sikhs Fob so mme Bec Ess. The j not Confidence in the Good sense of the people of Paris. The government moved the order of the Day pore and simple which adopted by a vote of 309 to 131. The River and Harbor Bill to be called i p in the House monday interesting Tariff Lecoe Loik in the Senate consideration of the sundry civil Bill completed by the House disagreement of the House with the Senate amendments to the deficiency Hium Maynard a nomination for Poel master general considered by the Senate the House then went into a committee of the whole or. Harm in the chair Osth sundry civil appropriation Bill. Or. Dunne moved to increase the appropriation for Survey of Publio lands from j i 11300,000 to $400,000. Adopted 79 to 76. The committee at this Point Rose and or. Cobb moved to concur in the Senate amendments to the pension deficiency Bill. Agreed to and the House again went into com-1 Mittee. Or. Bragg moved to strike out the paragraph appropriating $10,000 to enable the i postmaster general to Purchase records of the Posto Fieo department of the late Confederate government touching payment of anti Bell am i Ference today. The committee on Epoco sch tech conventions. Cd Mina see ton of Tho m. E goner con j named a due of the episcopal residences proceedings of other religion bodies. Of. A general con Eritee. Cincinnati May Simpson presided at the session of the general con in executive session his confirmation i mail contractors. Yesterday the House had pacy reported approving the conduct of the Only a que lion of time general capital decided to give the Secretary of War disc re j Bishops and declaring Bishop Scott non news. Forty sixth oos Gross. I second Berrien the Senate. Washington May 28.�?senator White tonary Powers to Purchase certain private papers tor the purpose of completing the history of the Confederate government today it went further and proposed to authorize somebody to boy the records of that defunct concern. If there were any such records in existence they belonged to the government. After some debate or. Heifer protested effective. The committee did no to present their report in favor of the election of an african Bishop. The motion for a sine die adjournment was seconded and the time changed to 5 i. Ii. To Day. Or. , opponent of an Early adjournment moved to have All reports not acted on by the conference printed in the Imi in advocate tabled. Washington Ai a cub ii Aiichi a a 7 v it Enoe printed in the in Linja it to it Naie. Latiea. Moved that when the Senate adjourns to Day against paying for the records if they were amp motion to print the hat of matters not in the hands of Mere speculators he in a acted we adopted. The com. Quire of or. Reagan sex postmaster Ken Mcwee on missionaries report i de adversely to separating missionaries cd it private 3ft sa.cxie111. C jew Preuit pm Chron in l eur if let la a nation fre ladies Aud o a in to. Teed l car Dollar i tor Maple it r ii b 6 e r Roods. Cd i i ten Tiomi a Ken a. K��?~ll�-1 i Krill i i i a Box Phet i to. Of a l Bur or i and Lea Dun tie a nuent. Is Isit re work Jiri Emi a Eta or mail. Meat. A at suture part oof of marriage or Kirn of ii i. A. Rat Iona i ease Tuuu and Marl,.-Mi a oms the of Cimieri Axel a in to in in b . Of later to to hot be. . To mate a d a Are a a la fat a Mali it t. T Kef butt bed. No family utto it it out in. I Cdr a. Or. A. Ca. I Olin. 303 Lark St. It will Fie to meet monday saturday being decoration Day. The Bill granting pensions to soldiers of mexican and other wars was placed on the Calendar. Committee report not omani Mons. Senator Eaton offered a joint Resolution that the president be requested to open be i got Batione with France Spain Austria and Italy with a View to removing the restrictions on the importation of Tobago of and securing to our citizen on open Market. Printed and placed on the Calendar. Senator Kirkwood presented a memorial of 330 Iowa sex soldiers disapproving the Weaver Bill to pay soldiers the difference Between Gold Aud greenbacks. Kef erred. I i he Public buildings and grounds Oom Mittee reported favourably a Bill for the erection of a Public building at fort Wayne id. Placed on the Calendar j the joint Resolution was taken up providing for payment of claims of Florida for sex the Semi w anted Turkey file ointment. W arrant a to Cura pc. A dire with . Or. J. N. Tat of St. Loti me w. P. R $350 a month Asama waste 7 3 Brit Muli , la la. Pc re a m. Pie Fra. Adj brow som i dealer in All kind of first door Ham Street. Wet t of in n Parks store. Wil Albert Lea. Minn. Lumber shingles lath Sash doors and handing material Kendall s Spavin cure. Or. H. H. Wilcox druggist and apothecary Glenville Minn., physician and veterinary surgeon prescriptions solicited. Calls rom the a our try answered with dispatch. Yard on Broadway North of Hait livery stable Jbranch yardsjmtu1, Woodside e. A. J. At. At. Dentists. Penser of the state Volunteer in that Nole War of 1855 and 1856 and 1857. The committee on military affairs report of an amendment in the nature of a substitute directing the Secretary of War to investigate. Ascertain and report to Congress the amount of Uch claims. The claims substitute was agreed to and the joint Resolution paned. The report of the conference committee on the Bill for a supplement to the revised statute was adopted. Senator Butler submitted a Resolution that the Secretary of the Treasury be directed to report to the Senate within ten Days time. J copies of All papers figure decisions and opinions with ail other records of interest in his department relating to the claim of the United states against the new York Central amp Hudson River Railroad company for the five per cent. Tax on the scrip a dividend of i Quot i the per cent. Declared by i the new York Central a Hudson River Railroad company in i "69, on its Stock Ca Cital. And that the commissioner of internal Revenue suspend All action thereon until i instructed by Cue Greta As to the manner of its settlement. The Resolution goes Over till to Morrow senator Edmonds a meeting. The Houie joint Resolution to pay government employees Fer decoration Day parsed. The Bill passed ant Heming the Bonds of manufacturers of tobacco snuff and cigars t on exporting the same to be cancelled at the port of clearance. The River and Harbor appropriation Bill i and amendments were recited and or. Ransom announced he Woald Call the Bill up j monday. The Eaton Tariff commission Bill was then taken a and senator Bayard advocated it p. Stage. He regarded this As a specially opportune time for the appointment of a non eral of the Confederate government if he could inform the House in whose Possession those records were. Or. Reagan stated that on the fall of Richmond All archives of the Post office department had been conveyed into North Carolina where they were captured. His letter books and looks of the finance Bureau had been sent to Augusta. Ga., and had there been turned Over to the Federal authorities. He had no information at to those books except that one of them had been shown to him within the last month but the name of the person in whose Possession it bad been had not been disclosed to him. Or. Thomas said the practical question was whether the government would allow itself to be blackmailed out of $10,Guo. The amendment was adopted and the paragraph stricken out. Or. Blount submitted a amendment a reprinting $65,000 for payment of marshal and their general deputies except for services of the latter rendered at elections. Rejected. 74 to 99. Or. Conger moved to strike out the word rejected 43 to 102. Or. Blount s amendment was then agreed to without division. After several minor amendments had been agreed to the committee Rote and reported the Bill to the House. The main question was ordered on the Bill and amendments and then the matter went Over. Or. Gibson from the committee on Al s Sim Ippi levees reported Back the Bill originally introduced by him making appropriations for construction. Repairs completion and preservation of certain works on the Mississippi River. Referred to the commit i tee of the whole. Adjourned until monday. In w i or. . Street. Dentist. Office Over Brick store South of the Post office w c. Merrill dentist. Office Over wedge a spice drug Etore Money and stocks. T3�?oprtiea wishing lumber win do Wen to Call at the most convenient of my Yard As my facilities for handling it Are unsurpassed and my assortment always Complete. I am always ready to g1ye bargains. W. P. Sergeant. Freeborn county real estate Agency. The most sore Tift remedy Ever of Scover Edas it i certain ii it effects and do not Blister. Read proof below. From Rev. P. N. Granger presiding Eider of the 8t. Albans Lustri t. St. Albans. Vul Jan. 20th, is. A. B j. Kendall a co., gents a la reply to j your letter i Wal i a that by experience w the Kendall a Spavin in f is been Rysa to Lac tory indeed. Three or four year. Ago j fro i cured a bottle of your with it i cured a horse of slammed caused by a Spavin. J highly competent commit wion i i came better but when i put him on the Road j he grew worse when i ail Cove red that a ring Bone was forming i precut eur a nettle of in Dallas Spavin cure and with in than a bottle i cured him so tha he is not lame neither can the Bunch be found. _ respectfully Tous p n. Granger. Perseverance will Tell importance whether in the future the Tariff should be of or Revenue Only or for a Purpi which he did not favor namely fostering of private interest at Public expense there was Little reason to doubt that the larger part of our Revenue would in the future As in the Pant be derived from taxes on imports and this question was one that would be permanent. He would be inclined to adopt the re g is kit Al capita Wood pulp Patent Sape. Win own May 28�?the Hause committee has agreed to make an Adversa report upon Springer s Bill to annul the \ orbiter Wood pulp Patent. The hons committee on private land claims by a vote of three to two. Three mom Berk declining to vote decided to Day to report adversely on the Bdl to determine the title to the track known a the ranch. Poncha grand Calm mag Orabo claim. On Hatch it Toni conf Lam in the War department has a dispatch confirming the press report of Gen. Hatch a fight with Victoria. Another dispatch from Gen. Hatch dated fort crag. May 6, says Kramer who joined me yesterday reports More fighting Mbom killing the Indian. No particulars yet. Ant i Belli rus look the Senate pensions committee voted to report with some verbal amendments the House Bill granting pensions to certain soldiers and sailors of the mexican War. In Indian Ware with the creeks and seminoles j the Bill repeals the auction of the revised statute which provide that no Money on and native helpers in foreign conferences. Also declaring the plan of establishing Independent methodist churches in Europe and Asia was premature. Also recommending the Ummard Home be sold. Also that one column or More in ail the weekly Church papers be Given to missionary secretaries for missionary intelligence All of which were adopted. The general conference met at 2 o clock p. M. For the dosing session. Episcopal residences were fixed at new York Boston Philadelphia. Baltimore Syracuse Cincinnati Chicago ilk. Louis Atlanta or Chattanooga St. Paul. Mum. Austin Texas de Moines. San Francisco. A station Mission conference was authorized. We Tern missions were not housed in Nebraska Attoh. Black Hill. Dakota Indian territory and Montana outside the Montana conference and the Black Hills in lesion. The report of committee on Mission with relation to the Centennial Effort was referred to the Bishops with Power to act. It was ordered that editors who Hare not been re elected receive their salaries until the next meeting of their con Ferencek unless they Are sooner employed. The committee on revivals reported in favor of striking out the paragraph in the discipline forbidding putting on of Gold and costly apparel Bot the report was withdrawn i \ a Resolution was adopted asking the Bishops a to take a Fuji aka before in to Bor 180, to remove the bonded debt of the metropolitan Church at Weshig Taa. A Resolution was adopted providing for the publication of a i to it or Tat n Masitti in the interest of be-1 Ueva Lent departed to to be edited by the seer Tarn h of the several societies. The Bishops were to appoint fraternal delegates to the British weary a Church. I the dutch cad Jan Church the j method d episcopal Church South the of the Odist Church of Canada and the methodist episcopal of Arch of Canada and other fraternal Greet ii a Are to be sent by letter. The committee on Temperance reported a Rami Crim dec ring that prohibition is the Only % a platform of the Chris Dan Effort in Reu sri to Temperance. Adopted. Also instruct do the Steward to procure for Nae at a communion pure unfermented Aloe of the grape. Adopted. The expend of the conferees were reported to be 674.948. Colic Cliotis amounting to $20,717. The deficit w to be paid by the Book concerns. Bishop Simpson As the time for adjournment arrived made a Brief address congratulating the conference on the work . And then closed the sea a Ion with prayer the delegates joining in the lord s prayer and then sane the doxology and Bishop Simpson procyon old the Benediction. Political news. Chicago May 28.�?there we a consider i Able influx of delegates and Friend of the j various candidates to Day. Among the most noted arrivals were o. H. Booth judge Hunt Al c. Hedges attorney general Nash j. C. Donaldson col. Wood All of Ohio Marshall Jewell of Connecticut p. D. Finch Back l. H. Fitzhugh sex gov. Zannoth. La. W. W. Phelps n j. By gov. Z. K Pang born. N. J. The special train bearing the new Hampshire and Maine delegations will arrive to Morrow morning. It is announced a Grant meeting is to be Beld in the exposition building next monday. It is understood John Russell v Moog started to Galena last night to visit Grant it is not known whether the visit he any political significance or is purely Friendly Chicago May 28.-the Grant meeting for monday evening in gon Ventic Hall has been postponed on account of opposition from the chaff Herb of the building. Considerable feeling among All parti interested has been engendered. It is stated other arrangements will be made for the Grant meeting. An anti Grant meeting is announced at Rase Ball Park for monday evening. Waahid Rny a Headquarters were established this evening at the grand Pacific Nevada democrats. Tild pm flux Fol amp cd. Bas aka Wisco May 28. A the Democrat state convention of Nevada in t at Winne Muca yesterday and effected a permanent organization and the nomination of the following delegates to Cincinnati b. Store Hill. Matt Cravan j. C. Hagerman a. C. Ellis l r. Dudler and George f. Gorman. Three prefer Tilden two Ihu Rinan. One Field but the convention by a vote of 58 to 36 de ared Tilden the preference of the party. Eorge w. Cassiday was nominated for member of Congress p. H. Belknap for supreme judge. J. Jul Dennis w. E. F. Dean and j. C. Mcgarrahan were nominated for presidential electors. Adjourned sine die. Miscellaneous. Loss oust of Ken Back Kis. Or. Loris to. May 28.�? the Greenback Era of the sixth Missouri District nominated Ira s. Hazeltime for Congress and elected we. Brown and m. N. Mill delegates for the National Greenback convention. One of the alternate in a woman mrs. Louise c Curtice of Newton county. Storm swept Hamiet t uric if a 8ori-t. Salado of May the afternoon Aion of the Baptist publication society the following officers were elected president. George t. Hope. New York vice president Samuel a. Crosier Pennsylvania Hon. J. Terril lain a ail in texans to town of Brackett Inland lieu swi swept a my and Large number of people drowned damage Aud casual tie Eil where a Juckett Lex. Al 28.�?at 1 30 the morning the heaviest and most Dway Iron rain set in Ever known and is still pouring do we. In torrents. A bracket extent portion to the two Nills is mandated Man streets from feet to 8 feet deep Rann neg Down Street almost incredibly rapidly. I he floor of every to Kine a House is from i to 5 feet under water. Several men at the mercy of the water went Down. All efforts to save them being of no Avail great anxiety amp Felt for the aah to of fax Uil it it a along in it Mona Creek. More than 20 people have been drowned Aud a do zen houses washed away it is thought some bore off human freight. Man House Are washed from ther found Jot. All the ski Anoai in the Tower part of the City Are being vacated a fast As j possible. The greatest excitement prevails Galveston. May 29.�?-.ytu special sat Saba. Texas during a Rains urm last night the family of p. M. Bonaire living Here. J took Refuge in a Cave. Resulting in the drown a my of two of hts Little boys aged 3 and years. His wife and Little daughter and a Young lady with them. We re taken out in a j drowning condition. Senator Thurman did not pretend to Dis account of pensions anal be paid to any per j a Darren Merrill main e. L. Hedstrom son or to the widow children or heirs of Jev York and Edward Goodman 111 Sec any deceased person. Who in any manner in. J. Griffith recording Secretary voluntarily engaged in. Aided or abetted Thea Penn. Treasurer win. N. Petit. \ late rebellion against the authorities of tic Hundred and seventy five delegates wire United Blates. J present from Nineteen state. The report took gom Cua. To celebrate the Centennial of Robert Kaiker the House committee on appropriations the last sunday in j mat we adopted. And voted today to report to the Boose recon j journey. The Cal est. Tex., May 2ft�? rain and Hail storm in the a bes a wind Eastern part of mending non concurrence in Moat of Senate amendments to the legislative exec m Oney to loan on real estate Security. Approved notes and mortgages bought. Apply to a. H. St rat. Office Over Brick store South of Post office. Land loan and m Oney to loan. A a. Al Tyrer has a Large amount of Money to loan at a Low rate of interest. Opera House Block Albert Lea _ miscellaneous. Ii a. M. Tyrer opera House. Albert Lea Minn Stoughton ,., March l0i, 88�. Port of mob onor Auwia Man if Haws Contd Toum Der pm Tough Quot to tot Tou 1 detected in it if it the element know that i Hare removed two honk spay. Is j which waa now Lackma in the Tenoff attorn with a a Kendall Spavin cure a a one very Large it Justice to All classes. A regarded the one Don Tokuo Liow Long the Pavin had present system a in inconstant absurd been there. I onto Tbs eight Jed doubtful one. I Mouths. It too1 me four in out a to take the _ sve u6ed�lt Bott est the horse in entirely con the Merit of the Tan of itself but to utile and judicial appropriation Bill end for of or byte Nan Church the Well not at All stiff and co Lii Mih is to be it Een j bearing on the relative value of the Eaton the appointment of a commuter of Comer a or Felt. This is a wonderful Medicine. It is a Bill and the Garland . He called enc. New thing Here but if it docs for All what it Atte it Ion to the feet that All the numerous i eur Hoe i Moue Ulaki. Thas done for me its Sale will i i very great. Petitions favouring the Eaton Bill so far a. _ Hep Hcan pm Hoyt a Philadelphia North. Lha re 1 he Hail observed. A re signed by Man a fan i i Nator Lenatt in mull of toe i Puni Ichii of Tfaye on de Wotton was re Turere interested in the retention of the Tariff minority of the Nematn a Lect committs a on the total number of churches 1� i a it now existed and who therefore would alleged frauds in the late election today 5,414 and mics ter. 4,9�?T.&Quot. Which shows a like to see the to Tiff unchanged for two year i submitted a report in the nature of a reply needed Supply of 177 minister. But of this of 1 a a contributing Quot Kins i this county yes ter Day. Blowing Down Boraws. Fence and raining the in it pm. Cora end Ootton were tripped of their bladed and leave end Oats k veiled with the ground. Nummer sports. Brr my Terian tie or my a met 0. Madison wis., May 2&Quot. A in the general i judicial committee reported urging dist is Sal of the Appeal from the action of the respectfully yours Chas e. Parker. Kendalls Spavin cure. Office u. S. Marshal Western did. Of Mich. A islam zoo apr 15ih, 1879. Longer at least a it would of course be if j the report of the majority concerning number of churches 2,247 Are Contr b. J. Kendall. Enosburg Falls Dew Oua aed. Thi might suit pro the abridgement of suffrage by the state of churches. A Resol i Ion a adopted by a rest in Jan Miry Imp i tested interest but whether it would suit Urcile Island. The minority say the data upon the people of the country the Bene hts Tho regular course cure forwarded by express in january lash i a Huq. Qon. Be adv collected in the state of Rhode in of of presbyterian institution unlearning. A the i a 00miteratively Little importance. There Are committee to consider the Model of opera a a we of f. Nelson dealer in ready made and custom made boots Aud shoes. Work done to order satisfaction guaranteed Broadway isl door North of Elliman a. Give him a Call before purchasing elsewhere. A. D. Brown. D r. P. Hibbs. H. D. Brown amp co., t3-a.tstk of Albert Lea Over too improved farms of tale. Unimproved farms in every town in the county to suit purchaser for Cash or onions time. Village lots with or without houses for Sale or to rent. Prices to suit times and customers. Parties desiring to Purchase Minnesota Central or Winona a St Peter rail Road lands can find a full list and prices at my office. 32-Yl am Happy to state that it performed All your the people or not was a question advertisement called for. In three week alter rated Garland s Abs Tinte. I commenced using it the Spavin a entirely removed and a valuable horse restored to usefulness. Very truly y ars. John Parker. Paral and Pic a inn bloc at Holt Lizarr Tinl Zirott us at Philadelphia. The turf by thru at balt won if Lxi Mou. May 29. A Tbs break need stake a two Miles a won by or Uada Oden second. I Only third. Time 2 4b. The Baltimore Cap. Two and a Quarter Miles won by Monitor Glenmore second. Harold third. Time 4 023l. Consolation par.-, Milf heat won by Ben Hill a Gillan second. Bounce third. Tim the grand Teeple was won by time taken. Senator Beck denounced the action of the House committee of Way and Means regarding the Tariff. He read statistic a showing i that the Revenue from the Tariff had always i increased after reduction cd of the rate of j duty and decreased after making rat higher. Excessive taxation crushed honest i Industry encouraged smuggling and fraud to whom it m w the year j and injured the Revenue. He argued that 1s75i treated with Kendall Spavin cure a j our highest Prosperity could never be reach Bone Spavin of several months growth nearly j de when the people were taxed doable what half a Large a a hens egg. And completely i any tree people were and not for the Benefit stopped the lameness Aud removed the in of the government Bot to line the pocket statement made under oath. Argement. I have worked the horse Ever 1 favored class he since very hard and he never has been lame the Garland substitute nor could i Ever see any difference in the sue of the Hock joints since i treated him with i Kendall spa cure. R a. Ga1nb3. I Enosburg Falls vt., feb. 26, 18 9. I sworn and subscribed to before me this -6th i Day of feb., a. D. 1979. John g. Jenne Justice of the peace. Favor which was substantially the Bill formerly introduced by Lim. He did not desire to injure any interest. If it were Neoe Fusary to Nour no special restrictions upon the right or sex j Tion of the Board of bom Mission in it re excise of suffrage there. The principles in nation to presbyteries were announced and voiced in which Are not now or have not at some period of it history involved Peen m win be nth to methodist protestant vote Rene. In legislation and practice in every other pm sewn a a 28.�?the methodist main and s Conan Mattox. It protestant conference continued it see Ion the greater part of the executive session of the Senate this afternoon was devote the protest against the action of the conto the pending nomination of sex Congo eos j Ference in unseating or. J. L. Brentor and Man Horace Maynard of Tennessee As a seating s. N. Whitney a Lay representative postmaster general. Senators Beck and4 from sooth Illinois was accepted and placed Voorhees spoke against its confirmation on on the journal. Miss Brittain lady min Ioc to count of Maynard a extreme partisan Ary Curee during reconstruction time in Tennessee and senator Bailey made a Short speech in favor of confirmation taking the pm Olhoft Oak. , May 28.�?the Oaks stake at Epsom today was won by Jenny Howland Bonny Larden second War homa third. Thirteen fillies started. Henry Hewlett and War horse were not quoted in the betting before the race Bonnie Garden started 17 to Day. Rev. W. P. Jordan Illinois presided j j again Ber. The Gold cup was won by fashion by about a kith parole second. Master Kil dare. Third. Objection was made against fashion for font Riding but overruled. Was invited to address the conference to Morrow afternoon. W. B. I Belton offered the Acorn stake for two year Olds won by Angelina Hecla seem i pow pow third. Does a general t he City Bank into the Treasury and not into the hand of wealthy beneficiaries. Senator Kirkwood moved to Amend Garland a substitute so a to increase the associated from three to five. He wished to see banking business. 8 and Sells foreign and Domestic drafts. We have Fob Salk int pro red cd to property and farms. W 8. Hopkins a architect and builder. Albert Lea Minn shop on the Comer of William and Newton streets. To Stroh York properly attended to i lnj6 3jr�?�3ells passage tickets to and from All Point of Europe. A Fotre insurance effected in the Best Coin i pay lib. Money to loan on improved f is at i Ioa cute rest. Aud Ila ? it a Sale on easy f ring i House Aud lot in Block 23, Village of Albert House and lot in Parker addition. Lot 6x24 rods in hails addition. 134 acres of land in Hayward Freeborn county. 80 acres of land in Moscow Freeborn it aunty. To acres of land in Dunbar Faribault county. 220 acres of land Iii Worth county Iowa. G. Gulbrandson Albert Lea. Kendalls Spavin cure. On human flesh. Patten a Mill Washington co., n a. Feb. 2 1878.b. J. Kendall m. A dear sir a the Par tic liar Case on which i used your a Spavin _ cure was a malignant ankle sprain of six j de them directly but because they were a teen months standing. I had tried Many Rie sly affected by the amount or Dis Tribu 1 things but in vain. Your a Spavin cure put ish an Industry in it youth he would favor ground that in View of Maynard s raq Neaton doing so but a soon a it became ®Elf-9u8 j de private integrity Aud ability his extreme taming he would make it sustain itself. He j partisanship daring the exceptional wanted a Tariff the balk of which would go a Resolution which was adopted that a com j nine Horn started. The Prince of Wale Mittee of seven be appointed to inquire and j sad the Duke of Edinburgh with a larg report what legislation is necessary to pro Pony of Inanda witnessed the race to Day. Vide for the entertainment of the next Gen j Era conference. A paper from j. D. Ring referred to should be overlooked in toe in i Are suggesting arrangement of the burial Tores of peace and reconciliation. Pending service was referred to the committee on further discussion the Senate adjourned senator Harris of Tennessee is known to be in favor of the confirmation of this nomination and it has been reported favourably the various agricultural and commercial in by the committee on Post offices. The prob Teress represented not that the Tariff affect abilities Ara that he will next executive St a Sid. Be confirmed at the the foot to the ground ukr in and for the first j time since Hurt in a my Oral position. Flt a i family liniment ii sex eel anything we Ever us cd. N r Tours truly Rev . Reix. J Lictor a Church pallet a ii n. V. J Send Iid Dxie Quot for i Bis rated it Bemar which we thin in give positive proof 9 ii Virtues. No remedy has Ever met a it in such 1. No Naili tied Success to our knowledge 1 a Bra get As i j Well As Man. Price to iter bottle or six bottles for $5. At druggists have it or can get it for you or it will be sent to any address on receipt of Price by the proprietor or. B. J. Ken i a la a. O., a not bugs fair be Ricoul. Titi of the Tariff on other interest. Senator Dawes obtained the floor when the Senate went into executive session and j soon adjourned until monday. Franck i pakis May 28.�?in the chamber of dept tug to Day Clemenceau Republican member or or i for the Seine inter elated the government _. A. I. On it action of the police in regard to the my Ashington. May .8, Randall communist demonstration. He re was in the chair to Day Aud the space in Proa be j the Cabinet with actuated by front of the clerk a desk was filled with members seeking recognition. By unanimous consent it was agreed to adjourn Over Deco re lion Day. On motion of or. Ewing the Senate Bill authorizing the settlement of the accounts of col. Thomas Worthington passed. A desire to satisfy the conservative journal. Con amp to amp is minister of the Interior said the demonstration was a glorification of communal acts which the government could not tolerate. Clementean expressed dissatisfaction with the reply and proposed the order of the Day regarding the government had ritual. The report of the judiciary Oom sit tee was taken up for consideration. Failure of Iron work. Chattanooga May 29.�?the \ a lean Iron j and Nail works were to Day thrown into bankruptcy and James c. Warner of Nash t i Ville appointed receiver. The bist info cation in the liabilities Are $.362,000, assets i available float $200,000. Six Hundred hands employed in the work. The receiver is directed to continue Opo ratin the Mill As Long As he does not impair the assets. Cause a assigned for the failure in Iron. Canadian Lar too. I new Yoke May 27.�?a special from Toronto says the Princess Louise will probably accompany the Prince Leopold to Chicago passing through Here monday. Quebec May 28.�?the legislature opened to Day with the customary ceremonies. A to Giottino at Fhi. And Rlph a. P i la d earn la May 28.�?belmont Park races 2 20 class driver2, i 3, i l. Ella j me. ,.1, 5, i 3, be Voltaire 3, 2, 4. 2, 2. Time 2 22 2 24 h23 2 24 23bm. Banian and Triskett. London Alay 29.�?colonel Shaw United states Connel at Manchester telegraphs he will be Bere next week to Deposit fifty pounds in be cat of Han in and Complete the arrangements for the match with to Rekett. I Matt irate to via it the North and Sontak j Chicago May 28.�?the fort Wayne a Pennsylvania Railroad line will next Snn-1 Day add the new fast limited express train to their line making four daily train. The new train leaves Chicago at 6 p. M. Daily arriving at Pittsburg at 7 45 a. In. Haiti More at 6 45 p. In. Washington at8 17 . Philadelphia at 6 45 p. Ic., and new York at 9 30

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