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She had known him but troni the iith of March to the Uth of l^Htii, butiie "had money ; and she llaid a U he blame upon his former wives and gav } hua her Tonng and virgin heart. That a tariff levied under any pur- I pose except revenue, especially one levied to ' foster and cnrioh one section of our country at ' the of others, is unauthorized by the i Constitution, and ULjust to the great body of the I cople : therefore I iieiolt'i. — The ft ays aud Means commit- tee was instructed, by a vole of ayes 113, noea 79, to report a bill abolishing the tariff on coal.— Tues- day of next week was set down as tho day for con- sidering tho report of the Foreign Affairs Commit- tee on Cnba.—Schenck, from Uie Committee on Ways and Means, reported a bill for the fondiug aud consolidation of the national debt.

Now therefore notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate of said deceased to appear before the Prohato Court at Chas- ka on the 10th day of 1870 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of ^ald dvy to show cause, if any they have why Fre.l K. should not I e appointed by the Court the administr tor of the estate of said William Dawson deceased. Vhig party, we are now challtnge J to &4i H over ayain with the republican party. republic in party hia imposed a tariff tax upn the industry of the country, no. That party has remained in full possession of the General ' Uuvcrnmcnt ^iace. The flnprvme Oonrt Jnatloes, except the Chief Jne- ti reijuirod to roslde iu their rc Bpoc Uvo cir- cnita, and the Chief Justice Is to be known as the Chief Justice of tho Suprowo Court of tho United States. —A number of petitions for relief from maaufactarurs were presented, when the House proco Hled to consider tlie bill to rodaco in- ternal taxes, bat up to the hour of adjourning had Auoomplialied uothinx ot note. liock moved an umcndmont to tho forty-fourth sec- tion, taxing; tho Interest on Tnitod States bonds five percent. Tlie yeas aud nayfl were demanded, aud ponding the vote, tho House, amid much excitement, ad- journed.

Such ia the confident language and tone I of the controlliag minds of the republican party at the present time upon the subject, and Congreas is standing resolhtely up to these high protective tariff sentiments, and the recommendation of Treaident Grant. Wella, the commiasioner of internal revenue, in his report to Congress (republican author- ity) aad by Democritic members over and over again, how ur.juatly, unequdly, and oppressively the present tariff operates, and that by abandoning the republican theory of protection and class legislation, the tariff might and ought to be so modi- fied and reduced, as measurably to relieve the people from its crushing weight, and at the same time produce an ample amount of revenue, yet the republican party hav- ing taken iu stand for a protective tariff, and secured the support ol the monopolists with all their money and their inffuence, refuses to yield its position, acouts the rec- ommendation of Commissioner Wells, and bida defiance to the Democratic party and the people. Another amend- ment was adopted appropriating $SO, UOO to collect, locate aud sub list ru Tlu^; ludiaus on the borders of Texas aud Mexico. Ilo TTSE— After some unimportant bnsi- noii H tho tax bill waa taken up. as Ql^nc Ka who idver tise in public papers er using any i Juaik Rkmfhik- pernse Dr Butts' work, no matter what your disease is or how deplorable your condition.

have lefn c mlinued no dii'iavtly and fuilu citdorttj /or more than nine i/. Amou K them waa one for en* courattiu K an luteruatianal Pacific road, and one for relmlldlnh' tlie levees on tlie M Hsis Kippi. Heveral ameuduieuta Wi Tu made, lucludiuu au appropria tion of Jl. : 0,000 for the Arapiihoos and other tribes; ,000 for the Navi^oe Indians; ,000 for tho Wyandotte Indi- ans; ,200 to the Wluuebagoea.

i^BB "¥**' «* V L ) t^mm^i^m^mm^^m^^m** ■iw^^r^^"'^^^^"^^^'""*^"^^*' F- S o U TOrr Proprietor. Catver County voted nearly an»Bim» ously lor the proposition, although the vote was a very light one. It would be mciderate to add Bi.\ centa a bushel more for the balance of the route to the sea board The luxury of our tariff oa iron, then, costs u^ 51.o0o.000 extra to move our surplus crop to tide-water market. — In tho evening session the House joint resolution granting a light of way t B the Mi'iiipliis, Elpaso aud Pacific Railway Oom- pany was indefinitely postponed.— The bill for the settlement of claims for quartermasters' and oom- uiissary storts furnished or taken by the United States within the statea in rwlellion during the late war came up, and was discussed until adjourn- luent without action.

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Now therefore notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate of said deceased to appear before the Prohato Court at Chas- ka on the 10th day of 1870 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of ^ald dvy to show cause, if any they have why Fre.l K. should not I e appointed by the Court the administr tor of the estate of said William Dawson deceased. Vhig party, we are now challtnge J to &4i H over ayain with the republican party. republic in party hia imposed a tariff tax upn the industry of the country, no. That party has remained in full possession of the General ' Uuvcrnmcnt ^iace. The flnprvme Oonrt Jnatloes, except the Chief Jne- ti reijuirod to roslde iu their rc Bpoc Uvo cir- cnita, and the Chief Justice Is to be known as the Chief Justice of tho Suprowo Court of tho United States. —A number of petitions for relief from maaufactarurs were presented, when the House proco Hled to consider tlie bill to rodaco in- ternal taxes, bat up to the hour of adjourning had Auoomplialied uothinx ot note. liock moved an umcndmont to tho forty-fourth sec- tion, taxing; tho Interest on Tnitod States bonds five percent. Tlie yeas aud nayfl were demanded, aud ponding the vote, tho House, amid much excitement, ad- journed.

Such ia the confident language and tone I of the controlliag minds of the republican party at the present time upon the subject, and Congreas is standing resolhtely up to these high protective tariff sentiments, and the recommendation of Treaident Grant. Wella, the commiasioner of internal revenue, in his report to Congress (republican author- ity) aad by Democritic members over and over again, how ur.juatly, unequdly, and oppressively the present tariff operates, and that by abandoning the republican theory of protection and class legislation, the tariff might and ought to be so modi- fied and reduced, as measurably to relieve the people from its crushing weight, and at the same time produce an ample amount of revenue, yet the republican party hav- ing taken iu stand for a protective tariff, and secured the support ol the monopolists with all their money and their inffuence, refuses to yield its position, acouts the rec- ommendation of Commissioner Wells, and bida defiance to the Democratic party and the people. Another amend- ment was adopted appropriating $SO, UOO to collect, locate aud sub list ru Tlu^; ludiaus on the borders of Texas aud Mexico. Ilo TTSE— After some unimportant bnsi- noii H tho tax bill waa taken up. as Ql^nc Ka who idver tise in public papers er using any i Juaik Rkmfhik- pernse Dr Butts' work, no matter what your disease is or how deplorable your condition.

have lefn c mlinued no dii'iavtly and fuilu citdorttj /or more than nine i/. Amou K them waa one for en* courattiu K an luteruatianal Pacific road, and one for relmlldlnh' tlie levees on tlie M Hsis Kippi. Heveral ameuduieuta Wi Tu made, lucludiuu au appropria tion of Jl. : $220,000 for the Arapiihoos and other tribes; $76,000 for the Navi^oe Indians; $66,000 for tho Wyandotte Indi- ans; $23,200 to the Wluuebagoea.

i^BB "¥**' «* V L ) t^mm^i^m^mm^^m^^m** ■iw^^r^^"'^^^^"^^^'""*^"^^*' F- S o U TOrr Proprietor. Catver County voted nearly an»Bim» ously lor the proposition, although the vote was a very light one. It would be mciderate to add Bi.\ centa a bushel more for the balance of the route to the sea board The luxury of our tariff oa iron, then, costs u^ 51.o0o.000 extra to move our surplus crop to tide-water market. — In tho evening session the House joint resolution granting a light of way t B the Mi'iiipliis, Elpaso aud Pacific Railway Oom- pany was indefinitely postponed.— The bill for the settlement of claims for quartermasters' and oom- uiissary storts furnished or taken by the United States within the statea in rwlellion during the late war came up, and was discussed until adjourn- luent without action.

TEHMS, $1 50^ Per Annui; VOLUME t CHASKA, MINNESOTA, THPR8DAY. The pio lx)sition will probably have 400 major- ity in the County. [From tht Akron (Ohio Tim M.) On tba 11th of Apri) 186G, Samuel Leslie wm married at Woostar to a joune lady t YCDty four yean of age, Samuel having i eached the mature age of fifty- seven. fore this, each of whom bad obtained di- vorcen f'om bini. One and a half millions does this tariff, then, take from u.« in increised prices. The remaining *2,0;u dtprived by this protective system ; ' ' to raise the per ton to Heiolvtd. House— A dozen or more bills were in- troduced aud referre i, but none of them were of nuu Bual interest.

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Now therefore notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate of said deceased to appear before the Prohato Court at Chas- ka on the 10th day of 1870 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of ^ald dvy to show cause, if any they have why Fre.l K. should not I e appointed by the Court the administr tor of the estate of said William Dawson deceased. Vhig party, we are now challtnge J to &4i H over ayain with the republican party. republic in party hia imposed a tariff tax upn the industry of the country, no. That party has remained in full possession of the General ' Uuvcrnmcnt ^iace. The flnprvme Oonrt Jnatloes, except the Chief Jne- ti reijuirod to roslde iu their rc Bpoc Uvo cir- cnita, and the Chief Justice Is to be known as the Chief Justice of tho Suprowo Court of tho United States. —A number of petitions for relief from maaufactarurs were presented, when the House proco Hled to consider tlie bill to rodaco in- ternal taxes, bat up to the hour of adjourning had Auoomplialied uothinx ot note. liock moved an umcndmont to tho forty-fourth sec- tion, taxing; tho Interest on Tnitod States bonds five percent. Tlie yeas aud nayfl were demanded, aud ponding the vote, tho House, amid much excitement, ad- journed. Such ia the confident language and tone I of the controlliag minds of the republican party at the present time upon the subject, and Congreas is standing resolhtely up to these high protective tariff sentiments, and the recommendation of Treaident Grant. Wella, the commiasioner of internal revenue, in his report to Congress (republican author- ity) aad by Democritic members over and over again, how ur.juatly, unequdly, and oppressively the present tariff operates, and that by abandoning the republican theory of protection and class legislation, the tariff might and ought to be so modi- fied and reduced, as measurably to relieve the people from its crushing weight, and at the same time produce an ample amount of revenue, yet the republican party hav- ing taken iu stand for a protective tariff, and secured the support ol the monopolists with all their money and their inffuence, refuses to yield its position, acouts the rec- ommendation of Commissioner Wells, and bida defiance to the Democratic party and the people. Another amend- ment was adopted appropriating $SO, UOO to collect, locate aud sub list ru Tlu^; ludiaus on the borders of Texas aud Mexico. Ilo TTSE— After some unimportant bnsi- noii H tho tax bill waa taken up. as Ql^nc Ka who idver tise in public papers er using any i Juaik Rkmfhik- pernse Dr Butts' work, no matter what your disease is or how deplorable your condition. have lefn c mlinued no dii'iavtly and fuilu citdorttj /or more than nine i/. Amou K them waa one for en* courattiu K an luteruatianal Pacific road, and one for relmlldlnh' tlie levees on tlie M Hsis Kippi. Heveral ameuduieuta Wi Tu made, lucludiuu au appropria tion of Jl. : $220,000 for the Arapiihoos and other tribes; $76,000 for the Navi^oe Indians; $66,000 for tho Wyandotte Indi- ans; $23,200 to the Wluuebagoea. i^BB "¥**' «* V L ) t^mm^i^m^mm^^m^^m** ■iw^^r^^"'^^^^"^^^'""*^"^^*' F- S o U TOrr Proprietor. Catver County voted nearly an»Bim» ously lor the proposition, although the vote was a very light one. It would be mciderate to add Bi.\ centa a bushel more for the balance of the route to the sea board The luxury of our tariff oa iron, then, costs u^ 51.o0o.000 extra to move our surplus crop to tide-water market. — In tho evening session the House joint resolution granting a light of way t B the Mi'iiipliis, Elpaso aud Pacific Railway Oom- pany was indefinitely postponed.— The bill for the settlement of claims for quartermasters' and oom- uiissary storts furnished or taken by the United States within the statea in rwlellion during the late war came up, and was discussed until adjourn- luent without action. TEHMS, $1 50^ Per Annui; VOLUME t CHASKA, MINNESOTA, THPR8DAY. The pio lx)sition will probably have 400 major- ity in the County. [From tht Akron (Ohio Tim M.) On tba 11th of Apri) 186G, Samuel Leslie wm married at Woostar to a joune lady t YCDty four yean of age, Samuel having i eached the mature age of fifty- seven. fore this, each of whom bad obtained di- vorcen f'om bini. One and a half millions does this tariff, then, take from u.« in increised prices. The remaining *2,0;u dtprived by this protective system ; ' ' to raise the per ton to Heiolvtd. House— A dozen or more bills were in- troduced aud referre i, but none of them were of nuu Bual interest.

50^ Per Annui; VOLUME t CHASKA, MINNESOTA, THPR8DAY. The pio lx)sition will probably have 400 major- ity in the County. [From tht Akron (Ohio Tim M.) On tba 11th of Apri) 186G, Samuel Leslie wm married at Woostar to a joune lady t YCDty four yean of age, Samuel having i eached the mature age of fifty- seven. fore this, each of whom bad obtained di- vorcen f'om bini. One and a half millions does this tariff, then, take from u.« in increised prices. The remaining *2,0;u dtprived by this protective system ; ' ' to raise the per ton to Heiolvtd. House— A dozen or more bills were in- troduced aud referre i, but none of them were of nuu Bual interest.

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