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Black Hundred Causes Panic in
EVIDENCE OF FRAUD.
MISS STRONG HAND OF TREPOFF
Law Threatens Poland, Where
is Serious Witte
et. jfetersnurg, jxoy. 11. except in
the kingdom of Poland, whore the
rapidly growing Nationalist movement
and the state of tension among the pro'
letarlat will Boon bring about the de
claration of a state of war, RuBsia
aeoms, for the time being, at least, to
be generally tranquil. Telegrams from
interior points report the restoration
of order in nearly all cities and towns,
but in many cities, notably St. Peters
burg and Moscow, the better classes of
the population are greatly disturbed
owing to the rumors of approaching at
tacks by the "Black Hundred," com
posed of the most ignorant types of the
populace which, according to these ru
mors, are scheduled to take place in St.
Petersburg tonight and in JIoscow to
The apprehension in St. Petersburg
has become bo great that the prefect of
police, who succeeded General Trepoff
in command of the city police, has in
atructed his subordinates to take the
fullest measures to crush any disorder
in its incipiency, so as to disabuse the
minds of the "loyalists" of the idea
that the police would remain inactive.
In such au emergency the strong hand
of General Trepoff is being missed, even
by the factions which moat execrated
Uount Witte s new cabinet may now
be regarded as completed. Count
Lamsdorff, minister of foreign affairs,
and M. Manukhin, minister of justice,
will retain their positions, leaving only
the posts of ministers of the interior
and education to be filled. Dmitri
Shipoff, of Moscow, who was president
of the first Zemstvo congress, has defi
nitely declined to accept any position
in the cabinet.
New York's Election Will Be Thor
New York, Nov 10. The contest
over the mayoralty election inaugur
ated by William Randolph Hearst, the
Municipal Ownership candidate, deyel
oped interesting and spectacular feat
Charges that several ballot boxes had
been stolen before, the returns were re
ported and that others wore found un-
Bealed ,wore made during the day. The
investigation of the election promises
to bo the most thorough ov6r mado in
Now York City.
The polico havo not reported any
ballot boxes missing Bince the election,
but there have been reports that un
locked and unsealed ballot boxes have
been found in out-of-the-way places
There was one report that ten men on
tho tugboat Robert Whito had picked
up four ballot boxes floating in the
North River early yeBterday, and Mr.
Mayor admitted having such informa-
Evidence of gross carelessness in the
care of election returns developed yes
terday when the official envelope con
taining the official returns and tally
sheets for the 73d election district of
the 35th assembly district was found
in a baby carriage in the cellar of a
house in The Bronx. How it got there
no ope in the house was able to ex
plain. The tally sheet showed that 26
vo'tes had been cast for Ivins, 99 for
McClellan and 139 for Hearst. Both
Mr. Jerome and Attorney General
Mayer at once began an investigation.
Mr. Hearst announced today an ad'
ditional reward of $10,000 for evidenco
for the arrest, conviction and imprison
ment of the first Tammany district
leader to be convicted of frauds against
the ballot in Tuesday's election. This
is in addition to the other rewards, ag
gregatmg $17,000, for proof of crimes
against the ballot and registration laws
in the election. This makes the total
of rewards he has offered $27,000.
The first information came to Dis
trict Attorney Jerome vesterdav
through a policeman, who walked into
his office with a bunch of ballots, and
said that he knew where more of the
same kind were to be found, but that
be had not dared to bring in all ho had
found until he had been assured of
protection. He was sent back with a
county detective, whom he escorted to
a barber shop, where the ballot box
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
CROOK LAND SOLD.
Harriman Interests Secure Control of
Big Irrigation Project.
Salem Tho transfer of tho Columbia
Southern Irrigation company's interests
in tho uonu country to a newly lormeu
corporation organised by men connected
with tho Harriman system is a sign
pointing toward tho construction of
railroad from some point on Harriman
lines to tho irrigation district in 'Crook
Tho Columbia Southern Irrigation
company waB largely backed by tho
samo interests that built tho Columbia
Southorn railway. Tho salo of tho road
to Harriman people Iirb now been fol
lowed by the transfer of the irrigation
company's interests in tho 27,000 acres
of land being reclaimed just woat of tho
Deschutes river and north of the Tuma
lo, in Crook county. This land Is
northwest of Bon'd and practically ad
joining that being reclaimed by the
Deschutes Irrigation & Power company
The now company, known as the Co
lumbia Southern Irrigating company
has filed articles in tho State depart
ment with Jamoa . Wilson, H. F
Connor and W. R. Litzenborg as incor
porator. Tho capital stock is $300,-
000. It is stated in the articles that
tho company proposes to tako over tho
property and affairs of the Columbia
Southern Irrigation company.
SHEEP SENT EAST.
MASSACRES IN BESSARABIA.
Mob Incited to Kill Jews by Lies of
Odessa, Nov. 11. Authentic &c-
counta received here from various
points in Bessarabia show that the anti
Hebrew outbreaks there followed the
same lines as at Ode3sa, varying only
in the number of victims.
At Kishineff the disturbances were
preceded by inflammatory speeches by
gendarmes and city officials near the
governor's bouse, asserting that the
Hebrews had attempted to take the
life of the local bishop, and intended to
loot tho treasury. The mob thus in
cited started the bloody work. Carry
ing icons and portraits of the emperor,
the mob proceeded to Alexandrovskai,
i'UBhkanbkaia and Gostinkaia streets,
devastating and pillaging unhindered
A mob at Ismail, Bessarabia, burned
alive 11 Hebrews who had hidden in a
FLOATING MINES A MENACE.
Van diver is Restrained.
St. Louis, Nov. 11. The New York
Life Insurance company, through its
attorneys, late this afternoon applied
to United States Circuit Judge Adams
for an injunction to restrain State In
surance Superintendent Vandiver,. from
enforcing bis order prohibiting the
company from carrying on further busi
ness in Missouri. The application was
favorably passed upon by Judge Adams,
who issued a restraining order direct
ing Mr. Vandiver to Bbow cause why
he should not be prevented from en
forcing bis order.
British Fleet is Preparing.
London, Nov. 11. It is stated in
official circles here that an agreement
has been arrived at among the powers
concerning the naval demonstration
Atrainst Turkey. A dispatch to a news
Pleiades Barely Misses Destruction
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 10. Tho
steamer Pleiades, which arrived today
from Niu Chwang and Tientsin, had a
narrow escape from destruction by
floating mine near Niu Chwang on Oc
tober 8. Officers of the Pleiades re
port that floating mines are now a great
menace in the China sea, and several
vessels have been lost -to date as a re
suit of them. The Hsieho was sunk a
day before the Pleiades passed the
mine. This steamer struck a mine
when off the Shantung coast,. near Wei
Hai Wey. There were two foreign
passengers, and both were among the
Burvivora of 1-10 persons who were on
board. Fifteen were drowned. The
steamer Chinhua rescued 69 people
Messrs. Mancbau and Muir, engineers
who were residents of Shanghai, were
among the drowned.
News was brought by the Pleiades
that Admiral Nebogatoff, when inter
viewed at Hong Kong, en route to Eu
rope, stated ne would not- go to KusBia,
but proposed instead to go to France,
and subsequently to the United States.
Wu Ting Fang, ex-Chinese minister
to tie United States, is reported to
have lost his hearing permanently as a
result of the bomb outrage at Pekin on
tho occasion of the departure of the
Chinese commissioners to foreign
Trade From Southeastern Oregon
Brings in $2,000,000.
Baker Citv The active state of the
sheep market this fall has been a mat
ter of congratulation to that portion of
Southeastern Oregon interested in this
branch of tho stock raising industry,
although the estimates sometimes
made, of $3,000,000 having been
brought into this country this season
are too much bv half, according to the
"sheep kings" of Eastern Oregon.
Miles Lee, recognized as Baker coun
ty's leading sheepman, and W. G
Ayre. another sheep king, from Durkee,
Baker county, both Btate that about
$2,000,000 worth of aheep have been
shipped from Eastern Oregon thiB year
Prices have ruled from $1.75 as high as
$3.50 in extreme cases. Considerable
shipping has been done this year from
Huntington and Ontario, these points
being most convenient to Malheur and
Harney counties. Freight rates to the
Eastern markets are the same from
these points as from tbgso farther north
along the O. R. & N.
Millions in Stumps.
Baker City Two Russians named
Solomon are here from the East inves
tigating yellow pine stumps, from
which they claim to have a process for
manufacturing turpentine and tar.
They Bay there is millions in it, and
are now in the hills surveying stump-
age. They must have decayed stumps
the theory being that old yellow pine
stumps absorb chemicals from the
ground. Four and one-half cordB of
stumps make $150 worth of turpentine
and tar, and .the process can be re
peated 16 times a month. It is be
lieved local capital will interest itself
in the enterprise.
Looking for Seining Grounds.
Asoria A representative of Puget
sound parties has been bore during the
past few days conferring with the own
ers of some of the principal independ
ent seining grounds in the Columbia
river, in an effort to secure options and
property. Ab near as can be learned,
a company is being organized on Puget
sound to erect a salmon cannery on the
Columbia, but before any definite steps
are taken tne company ueaires io ou
tain possession of a number of seining
grounds as the principal source from
which to secure its fish.
Will Not Hurt Policy-Holders.
St. Louis, Nov. 10. "The policy
holders in Missouri will not be hurt
bv the action of Insurance Commis
sioner Vandiver in suspending the li
censes of the New York Life Insurance
company to do busiues-i in this state.
We will see that their interests are
nrotected to the fullest extent. The
agency from Gibraltar Bays that the At- attorneys will hold a meeting tomor
lantic fleet has been ordered to remain
there pending further instructions
The vessels, the dispatches say, have
been expected to take on a full supply
of coal, ammuniton and provisions,
hut. that the obiective of the fleet is
Irish Opposed to Alliance.
Now York. Nov. 11. Sentiments in
opposition to efforts to bring about an
alliance between tho United States and
Great Britain were given expression to
night at a meeting in Cooper Union
under the auspices of the Irish associa
tion. Sneakeia declared that the ar
rival of the British squadron under
command of Prince Louis of Battenberg
was not for social courtesies, but was
nlanned in the interest of an alliance
between the two nationB.
row, but until then we cannot toll what
we will do to met the emergency," said
W. C. Crow, ex-attorney general, and
an attorney for the New York Life In
Witte Winning Friends.
St, Petersburg, Nov. i0. Prospects
. t f
are growing nnguter lor a wonting
combination between Count Witto and
the conservative faction of the Constit
utional Democrats and the wing of tho
Zemstvoists which was left behind in
tho rapid development of reform ideas
in the congresses, xno resignation oi
General Trepoff and his nomination as
post commandeer of the imperial pal
ace is generally reported in the city
Driven Crazy by Defeat.
ZancBvillo, O. Nov. 10. J. E. Grot-
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zer. lienuuucan canuiuate lor weuiuui
Expects Much From Fulton.
Coquille Coquille valley is expect
ing much from the recent visit of Sen
ator Fulton, who has just returned to
his homo in Astoria. Everything was
done to make the few days spent by the
senator in this vicinity not oniy pleas
urable to himself, but also profitable
to the valley and Coos bay. The junior
senator was given every opportunity to
familiarize himself with the growing
needs of the Coquille river and Coos
Wide Ledge Near Railroad.
Eugene More excitement has been
caused in the Mohawk valley by the
discovery of another gold bearing quartz
lodge near Marcola. on the wenullng
branch of the Southern Pacific railroad.
The Hyland Bros., who operate a saw
mill near Marcola, found a ledge 32
feet wide. Samples of the ore assayed
went from $1,50 up to $7.60 per ton.
It is probable this ledgo will be developed.
Hop Sales at Silverton.
SilvertoH Lachmund & Co., of
Salem, bought 107 bales of hope of N.
A. Snell at 8 cents, and Wolf 5r Son, of
this place, bought 51 bales of Pter Ol
son at OH cents and 54 bales of S, O.
Rue at the same price. They bought
49 bales of J. Ambeer at 9 centq. Buy
ers aro reticent about reporting sales.
Only prime Hops are being sold.
Start Timber Tests Soon.
University of Oregon, EugeneEx-
pert Knapp, representative of the gov
ernment in charge of the timber testing
KLAMATH LAND IS SELLING.
Denver Capitalist Gets Fine Tract
Klamath Falls Land in tho Klamath
basin is now bolng sought aftor bv big
speculators bb well as tho man who id
looking for an ideal place to build a
homo and rear a family. Tho order
from Washington, D. 0., calling for tho
placing of bids for tho work on tho
main canal of tho Klamath irrigation
project, la bringing in investors by tho
Bcoro, and local land agents aro having
their hands full to handlo tho would-be
Tho latest doal of moment in realty
waa closed this week, whon O. E.
Wantland, of Denver, Colo., land agent
for tho Union Pacific railroad, closed a
deal whereby ho and others became
owners of tho Mitcholl tract of 1.800
acres, lying two miles below Klamath
Falls Tho price paid for this tract
was $40,000. Charles W. Eborlino, of
Now York, land agent for tho Southern
Pacific, who is now stationed at San
Francisco, was also hero thiB week
looking over tho country and inquiring
about land values. What hia mission
waa is not yet given out.
Land valuea in tho basin have re
mained practically tho Bamo lor Beveral
months, tho prospect of Irrigation not
having affocted them so far to a great
t Will' Have Mutual Phonos.
Oregon City Stock is being sub
scribed liberally by Oregon City busi
ness men towardB a corporation for in
stalling a mutual telephone exchange
in this city a tho connecting link to
the successful operation of tho rural
telephone system in Clackamas county.
It is proposed to form a company with
a capital stock of $7,500 and install an
exchange having 150 phones. This ox
change has been petitioned for by sub
scribers lo the varlouB rural tolephono
companies throughout tho county. At
tho rate stock in tho proposed company
is selling, the company will bo organiz
ed in a few days.
Work Progresses at Waldo Lake.
Eugene Engineer Simon Klovdahl,
in charge of tho preliminary work of
constructing a largo reservoir at Waldo
lake, on tho summit of tho Cascade
mountaina, for an irrigating Bystem to
bo installed by A. R. Black and his
associates in tho Upper Willamette val
ley, is now in Eugene and reports two
feet of snow have fallen at tho summit
in the last two weeks. Hia crew has
completed a good trail from tho road to
the lake; has built a house for the
winter; has commenced work on a big
canal to tap and drain tho lake.
Eastern Money for Railroads.
Baker City Articles of incorpora
tion of the Ontario & Idaho railroad
have been filed in Boise by N. O.
Richards, an attorney ot Sumpter.
Wheeler & Co., of New York, capital
ists, who are interested in Sumpter
mines, are said to be behind the pro-
ject, which is to build a railroad from
Ontario to Emmett, Idaho. It is re
ported the Vale railroad, recently in
corporated to build to a connection with
the Oregon Short Line, is backed by
Banker Savage, of Chinook, Mont
All Fruit Crops Aro Light.
Freewater Judge Geer, Oregon state
horticultural commissioner, spent sev
eral days in thiB section lust week, and
while here was the guest of John S
Vinson, lie reports ngnt lruit crops
in general over the entire state. AI
though the Freewater crop was lighter
than usual, good prices prevailed and
fruit ranchers realized as large profits
as in the previous years. Mr. Geer ap
pointed Howard Evana of this place
fruit inspector for this vicinity.
uudi niamlased for Marrvine.
Annanolis Md . Nov. 11, Rollo of the hoard of public service, who was station, has arrived in Eugene and will
Oarlvle Pa ir, of Charlotte, Vt., has defeated at Tuesday's election, was to- commence experiments as Boon as the
Sinih, dy adjged insane and committed to big testing machine is installed .In the
v fofS His men- new building. Carpenters expect to
!? Ill w2 22 vears old, and a tal condit.on Is attributed tp worry have the structure ready fo- he ma
S o! & Z cla. ovr the election. bkie i a few days.
Wheat Club, 78c per
bluestem. 75c; valley, 74
Oats No. 1 white feed,
gray, $5Jo per ton.
Barley Feed, $21.5022; browing,
$22522 50; rolled, $22.5023.
Rye $1.50 1.60 per cental.
Hay Eastern Oregon timothy, $15
16 per ton; valley timothy, $1112;
clover, $8U; grain hay, $80.
Fruits Apples, $11 50 per box;
huckleberries, 7c per pound; pears,
$1.251 50 per box; grapes, $11.75
per box; Concord, 15c per basket;
quinces, $1 per box.
Vegetables Beans, wax, 1012c per
pound, cabbage, llKc pound! cauli
flower, $1.251.50 dozen; colery, 75c
per dozen; corn, 60c per sack; cucum
here, 5060c per dozen; pumpkins,
lc; tomatoes, $1 per crate;
squash, lc per pound; turnips, 90c
$1 per sack; carrots, 0575o per
sack; beets, uoc$l per sack.
Onions Oregon yellow Danvers,
$1,25 per sack.
Potatoes Fancy, 76c per Back; or
dinary, 5560c; Merced Bwoots, sacks,
$1.00, crates, $2.15.
Butter Fancy creamery, 2530c.
Eggs Oregon ranch, 3232c.
Poultry Average old hens, 10llc:
young roosters, 0l0o; springs, 11c;
dressed chickens, 1214c; turkeys,
live, 1718c; geese, live, 80c; ducks,
Hops Oregon 1005, choice, 8lle;
olds, nominal, 710c.
Wool Eastern Oregon average beat,
1021c; lower grades down to 15c, ac
cording to shrinkage; valley, 25 Q 27c
. Beef Dressed bulls, l2o per pound;
cows, 34c; country steers, 44c.
Veal Dressed, fancy, 0)7c, por
pound ordinary, 46o; lamba, 77Ko
Pork Dressed, 67JiJc por pound.
MrnUlan and Jerome Carry New
York Reform In Philadelphia.
Washington, Nov. 8. Election re
tuniB received by tno Associated Press
up to 2 o'clock this morning show that
tho Democrats havo carried the mayor
alty campaign in Now York City, tho
etato ticket in Pennsylvania, tho state
ticket in Virginia and tho city ticket in
Loulavlllo, whllo tho Republicans made
a clean sweep n Massachusetts and in
fihlnnoo and Cook county, and have
carried tholr tickota in Now Joraoy
Rhodo Island, Nebraska and Maryland
In Now York Hearst haa a plurality
in tho Borough of Brooklyn of almost
10,000, with 14 oloction districts mist
Ing. Tho returns indicato McClellan'
r.nini!tion bv several thousand plura
ity. Hearst haB chargod fraud in tho
voting. Bird 8. Color waa elected bor
oueh nrealdont of Brooklyn on tho Mu
niniiin I Ownership ticket. Tho Now
York election shows that municlpa
ownership will bo a coiiBidorablo factor
in tho city's politics.
In Ohio tho result is still doubtfu
thntiah tho returns uu to a lato hour
indicated tho election of PattiBon, th
Democrat c candidate for govornor
Tho suffrage amendment in Maryland
was defeated overwhelmingly. Masea
chusotts olected a Republican governor
bv a matoritv approximating that of
DouulaB. tho present Democratic gov
ornor. Following is a summary of tho
New York Mayor, Georgo B. Me
Olollnn. Democrat, ro-olocted by Bina
Dlurallty: William Travers Joromo
indepondont, district attorney, re-elected;
Bird 8. Coler, Municipal Owner
ship, elected borough president of
Ohio Both Democratic and Ropub
lican leadorB claim election. Piittison
Democrat, carried Cincinnati, Clove
land, city and county, and tho Demo
crats made gains in Toledo and Akron
Maryland Tho constltutlona
amendment, whoso purpose was to dls
franchise negro voters, waa defeatod
Repuhlicana elected tho state comp
troller and city oflieials. Political com
plnxion of tho legislature uncertain
Massachusetts Tho Repuhlicana
elected Curtis Guild, Jr., Republican
governor by 20,435 plurality, and E
Draper, Republican, lieutenant gov
ernor by 3.042.
Chicago Republicans mado a clean
sweep in Chicago and Cook county
Robert R. McCormick, Republican
elected president of the board of sani
Rhode Island Clean Republican
Pennsylvania Philadelphia over
whelmingly carried by the City party
(reform ticket). Berry, Democrat
elected state treasurer by upward of
Virginia Tho Democratic plurality
is about 20,000, and Swanson is electee
governor. Negroes generally romalned
away from tho polls. Tho next legis
lature on joint ballot will havo 23 Ro
publicans, instead of 16, as at present
8alt Lake City The American party
(anti-Mormon) defeated the Mormon
Democratic and Republican candidate
New Jersey Republican gainB in
legialaturo midieient to precludo any
Democratic success to United States
Senator Dryden, Reformers elect Ev
erett Colby, Independent Republican
to state ecnato in Essex county.
Nebraska Republicans elected stato
San Francisco Union Labor candi
date for mayor probably elected by
inmanapona ltepuhiican mayor
Soft Coal Operators to Organize.
Chicago, Nov. 8. Owners of soft
coal mines havo decided to hold a na
tional convention in Chicago, and it is
expected to result in the formation of a
national federation of coal mino oporat
ors. The meeting will bo hold No
vember 22, at tho call of tho comrnia
sioners and secretaries of tho Mine
Ownera' association, which aro pcat
tered throughout tho United Statea.
Thia follows an announcement by offi
cials of tho Coal Mineworkers' union
that a demand for a wago increaao will
be mado in January.
Reform for War Department.
Washington Nov. 8 President
Roosevelt haa approved tho recommen
dations for certain reforms in the rou
tine business of tho War department
f i - . .
wnicn wero prepared under tho i irec
tion of Acting Secretary Oliver. Those
change havo been brought about by
the action of the president in creatine
w. . . ... : " n
wio neep commission, ilia ettorcritl
clBed the methoda of work in connection
with papers of both Armv and Navv
- ar -rf
departments and General Oliver took
the matter up at once.
Russia Becoming Pacified.
St. Petersburg. Nov. 8 Tho follow.
Ing official communication is published
thiB morning! Ab tho divora reolons
of Russia aro becoming pacified it is
ovident that tho acuto crisis precipN
tated by tho ehock of tho nnw Kvntttm
n collision with expiring tendencies.
approaches an end. Tho trngio and
doplorablo events of the past week in
many parts of tho emnlro innv bn rn.
gardod aa tho spontaneous reaction of
tho conservative elements.
Cossacks Killed In Ambush.
Kutaia, Caucatms. Nov. 8 nnnnnnlfB
who were escorting M. Lazaronko. a
county official, and M. Pokaraki. a
UBtlco of tho peaco. wero ambushed In
the Ozorgeti district by revolutionaries,
who wore fighting the troopa sent to
tho district to restore order, Two en
tire companlea, consisting of 107 and
120 men respectively, wero wiped out,
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27 in tho house.
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i'iiiifl(i(!inina is 4J ii m loriuenn.
inn funirmiHL cniiiiniaiu lor Biaie u
80.000 plurality. Tho npLeanl
the greatest In i'ennsyivania tor
milu.rnntrirtnl rnnillilnta lias a nlnri!
electa a Republican mayor for tbe
time in mnnv venra.
I .. Hnn..alil..nllD I I fi m A f r T I f" 1 II
aro inado of a recount oiioe vow
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iiiicu nuiiMtwin uuu t"
in tlio legislature.
Vnarir ntwtfr1(lln nf fllO UnlOO
substantial ma ority.
(a .nn.lA in,rlnl llV tllfl eleClIOD 01
ontiro American party city ticket.
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4 n arm
BlVd a BUCCCHBOr IU Dun""
tf nnnMiann (Will two UOUMlQi
tlio Pcnato, and 70 Democrat H
1-11 .t n..ni ll 111 tit fill ID
piIUIlCllUB UUU OUT""
MI TV ..IH A OillWIlllW
iiuuau. aiio ijviiiui.i
in Lmiisvillo bv about 2.500,
11UUIUBKU T0 .lli.- "4 .
Irann. Roturns from other uw
cities show notable changes,
r- ci.tn Statehood.
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lecommond, in nia '",",,"7n
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tho contest Tuesday wn c" -
. nil. tinrivi -
by tho Iloiorm uivy v--'-
. I... WAlfMtt1 lilLY I'M
l iiv liiu v' - m i Aara
'., ri ' a. and vm
who were arreflteu are
inc neariiiKB io"y v nato
acused of voting and attempt
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a convr (tilt convuiin . ...
and tho United etfttoa H".
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