1891, Senator Ryder of Penobscot County, speech.
MARCH 24, 18E-1. THE BALLOT JifiATE. the mill running order and yesterday for a Senator Ryler's Eloquent j ' been spend- TB6 People Do Not Want New Ballot Law. home In Backs- city. j Brewer, who with borne. In thei Soa*te last Thursday Sebator Ryder, of Penobsuot Oou ity, delrvÂ«reii followltig eloquent speec i : Mr: Ryder, of Penobkcot -- I move and -.ndtEat motion by propose to commence "Jlgg W^^V.m\ confined to the cold, and Will S. a Jew ilÂ»ys elegant display last weeK, my reason for asking the tuac it lie apon the table was for the committee in regard to tbls very matter; and also for stating my position In regard to iti Circumstances that since this matter was introduced WHS HJLrouUUeU -tPtrheLeglsraturcaUhe very first of store, done by : Â·* Kddingtoo, who pneumonia, is will be good this city. yesterday floating landings session, have niade it one of the rnost portajnc matters, if not the most Important matter thac we Shall be called upon to siderj When 'the mutter was introduced at the first of the session, 1 tliif not ^'^^TS-.'Tto'eon'SSSt^ There were other mailers that Interested 1111 the people of Maine ir.or: Iban this piTtaJolrg to tbe Australian ballot SL catted--the qnefetlonp of taxation, appointment