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Bridgewater Picnic

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A team belonging to T. McNamara, of Chelsea, was taken from the streets of Dexter. at about nine o'clock Tuesday evening. The oflicers were notitied the next morning and the horses were found in Stevenson's barn at North Lake, whither they had been brought by a farmer who found them along the roadside near the lake with he buggy upside down and the lap robe and whip on the ground near the )uggy. The parties who had driven hem from Dexter had evidently done t from spite and attempted to make it appear as a runaway. A young f ellow named Coffleld is in ail charged with driving the team out f Dexter, and James Eeiley is charged with putting Coffleld up to it. Reilly gave bon ds for $500 and his examinaion was adjourned.