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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, September 28, 1877, Image 1

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ELMIRA DAILY BAZOO. VOL.1 ELMIRA, N. Y., SEPTEMBER 28, 1877. NO. 77 The Secretary of the Treasury, and Secretary of War are the committee appointed to exam- ine the fire proof condition of the government buildings at Washington. They examined the Treasury building yesterday. The committee appointed by the Grand Jury • of Utah, to investigate the records of the Pro- bate Court of Salt Lake county, report that from September, 1876, to September, 1877, three hundred divorces weie granted, eighty per cent, of which were applied for where both parties were non-residents and beyond the jurisdiction of the Court. The Lehigh Coal Company have reduced the prices of coal from 45 to 70 cents per ton. Two of the Union Pacific train robbers have been killed at Buffalo, Arkansas, and eighty pounds of gold recovered. Pilot boat No. 7, of Boston, engaged in tbe, recent cigar smuggling, has been seized by the United States authority. Major General Pearson, who commanded the Pennsylvania troops at Pittsburgh, during the riot, has been arrested for murder, and bailed i n $ 10 000. The coal operators in the Hazleton region met yesterday to consider the advance wages demanded by the miners, and decided the price of coal did not warrant the advance. In the cases of Judges Grason and Yellott, at Tawsontown, Md., indicted by the grand jury for obstructing the proceedings of the late grand jury by adjourning court before they had con- cluded their investigations into the frauds of county ofhcials. Bench warrants of arrest have been issued. This jury is composed of work- ing men and not professed politicians. No other class of men would have the courage to arrest a Judge. A dispatch from Albany says : The delegates of the Greenback-Labor-Reform party and breadwinner's league, who were to convene in this city yesterday, at Martin Hall, persuant to a call made by Marcus T. Hanlon, as president of the breadwinner's league, for the purpose of consolidating the Greenback and breadwin- ner league, met the chairman and secretary of the Greenback and Labor Reform State Central committee, at Greenback headquarters, 67 South Pearl street. The breadwinners fully endorsed \the proceedings of the Greenback and Labor Reform State Convention held at Buffalo on the 20th inst., and Mr. H. B. Meech, of Chatham, Columbia county, N. Y., was appointed a dele- gate to attend the workingmen's convention at Troy in October. When the Troy party comes in the Labor element this State will be united— three parties in one. GALL AT ONCE AND See the Fine Selection Pants, Cassimeres for $5,00 to Order AT H. J. GLADKE'S, 332 E. WATER ST., ALSO A NEW STOCK OF FISH'S @£.OX!XXlt<l^ AT

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