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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - September 26, 1895, Bangor, Maine Jl HV BOITTELLE B SEPTEMBER 26, 1895. Prica Hires VOL. 230. VORY AROOSTOOK INVADED RACES IN GENTRY TH WINNER SHOCKI G MAINE CELERY T At all grocery stores two sizes of Ivory soap ire one that costs fne cents a and a larger The larger cake a tie and economical for laundry and general household If your out of insist on his getting it for i But by Friends and Well Good Events on Many Tracks In the Race at New York Mai Shoots His Wife Not la. and Short Sketch of the Venerable Alpheus Unbounded Hospitality tie Visitors Attendance of Ten Thousand People Placed to Us Credit the Fastest He Had Been In ot Beating Her Most Within Their the Exeter Heat of the Year Dream which Came Bridge An Cure for the Worst Jases of r. roc THE PROCTER The ot tta Bangor Board ol Some Contests at and And the Fastest Heat Eier Trotted or Strong Drink Was the Trade and Their T Our Coax anc Contains sizes to fit big and We always a stock so large that everybody can We like to have a customer come try on thing and then go away without being It gives her a poor opinion of the There are always some forms hard to We make a specialty of carrying garments to fit both long and short If you want a perfect to you seen the WOOL JACKET we are at can't find its in town at to Whig and Sept. 25, The Board of Trade special furnished by the tesy of the way Company with 185 passengers In charge of Conductor Haggerty arrived at Houlton 12.30 P. M. after a General Manager Cram was on board and under bis watchful eye everything ran like block The train made a short slop at North Twin Dain which was improved by the passengers In visiting the dam and When the train pulled inn Houlton at Other to Sept. At the Exeter races there an attendance of nearly ten thousand The races resulted as three years old and Con- C.H. was Dictator F. W. second May Q. E. Best time 2.32. The 2.24 Dick Chris Lady Fred second Tom Drew I L. E. Best time 2 The 2.40 Paul Henry R. second Paced In a 25. John K. Gentry easily won the three cornered match race with Joe Patchen and this won three his mark cf He placed to his credit tlie fastest heat of the year and third heat ever paced or trotted in a was the favorite with the spectators but the cither horses outclassed We ure selling an All Wool COVERT CLOTH ages 12, 14, 16 ia cut in the styles and worth as a for j. Everybody is admiring our line of and It's the cho anil REEFERS ana selected line ever brought to this take our word for but judge for Don't ore I L To simply say our ine of FALL DRESS is pretty is not them are more than ar d serviceable that combine style anc wear and After what more does aay woman want in dress goods than and satisfaction have Class Novelties in Single Dress terns at that are than 75 different styles at 50 and 75 have a 45-inch INDIA in all that sells itself at 29c per S the citizens of that town the Lucy C. H. John form while the square was filled with teams to take thy visitors tip A procession was formed of teams and Governor Cleaves was escorted the Houlton Band aud L of the to the of L. where the governor was remainder of the party dinner at the Snell and Exchange After dinner carriages were provided and the visitors wnre taken for drive about The business blocks and beautiful residences were ob- ject 8 of much As evidence of the business of the town the Wnm correspondent counted fifty-two double teams loaded with potatoes standing In Hue wailing for a chance to unload at the starch At 4.30 the special left for this which was reached ttt about Here again was manifested the generous of Ho asea were I thrown wide open and every member of the large party was provided with com- quarters for the In the evening a public was the Opera Dr. president of the local Board of Hon. C. F. member of the Governor's In a happy speech extended a welcome ID the and for the Gov. Cleaves was given a rousing He paid a handsome to Cram and called for three cheers for the man who has done so much for tlie development of eastern which were given with a will that nearly lifted the President Lord lor the State Board of Tr President Pearl for the Banger both expressing their gratification at the magnificent evidences of enterprise manifested on ivery hand In this Remarks were then by Judge Hon. Charles L- ident of the Mate Board of Hon. Hon. liam T. Haines and President of tha Portland Board of To-morrow morning the visitors will J. W. Best time The Nelson trotted an tion mile iu at Sept. The races at park were closely contested In the 2.40 Walter owned by of In the free for Veal owned by of Good Races at Sept. The races Wednesday were Well attended and most Maine's greatest race was defeated in four heats by Webb's speedy Nelson pacer 2.17J4. Hallie j won the first Edmund making a long find then laying The next three were so close that one blanket would huve covered both horses most of the Hat lie broke in each of these by which she It was the best race ever seen in Eastern The truck record made by of in August was beaten this giving the lowest record TIE CHALLENGE For Race for America's Cup be Written Until Another young man entered the young men and the number of young Indies in the entering NEW Sept. Robert Fair A facetious Lewiston who shot and killed jU wile Maggie at his ia somewhat sporting 507 sometime last matters at Old suggests and then ended his own existence by shooting tn the Fair was a successful insurance agent and good deal of but some three years ago begun lo drink heavily and while in- beat hU wife About a week ago driven to desperation of his brutal left her husband and went to live with her sister Last evening she re- to the rooms to get some Nothing more was seen or heard of her until this morning when the dead bodies of man and wife were found in a pool of as thing to the present someone advertise a race at tbe Kite Lewiston locomotive engineer is high in his praise of the 11 aimer in which the excursion of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers to Bar Harbor was conducted The Company's boat there took them on a mile On their way back the ning time from Bangor to was two hours and seventeen minutes and some of the miles were made Tlie Plain of Pike of all CO ni Inked II IK Cure Ho Wail for Paine's celery compound is one sped lie for the cure of ACL it does not need a tedious trial to prove it. The effect of this best of remedies is straightway i Not a week goes by before the paint of rheumatism ol men and women have told of the days and nights of pain nud feebleness exchanged iu a few weeks for activity nud celery compound has won reputation of being the remedy people the Its works GOOD Sept. 25 Charles D. for the America's in- formed a representative of the United Press Ir an today that a letter embodying the formal challenge for the cup be written until a of the committee of the Victoria Yacht Club will be held and the form ul challenge The he would of course have to fur warded through the From Republican aries Indicate Hi in as 1 A Accident In Lawrence Loses Sept. 23." The crank ot an engine at Albert Blood's shop broke this morning owing to a defect and buirt the cylinder head of About fifty men are out of work until repairs ure K. of who wus run over Ly au electric ear hist had his right leg amputated below the kuee at the thus far received from the Republican primaries throughout the State indicate baige as the candidate for District Attorney Moody has secured 103 delegates cf about 130 for the to Congress from the dis- National 7; 1. At 4; 2. At St. 15. Second St. 5; 4. Win In eastern FREE FOR TROT The n. 3 1 1 ch by 1 by HaUl Lesli 1> b Time 2.24, 2.21, Fair at Sept. 25. The laces at the fair of Franklin tural Society today were by a good The 2.30 owned by C. took three straight with second and Cupid Best time The greatest interest centered in the three minute race and five heats were Enoch owned by B. got first Flashlight second and Best time Closing Day at Sept. 25. j The closing day of the Waldo County agricultural AND English and American Boats One Race Sept. 25. The yachts started In light breeze at 12.30 ial The leg of the triangular reach and the goon K lead of an eighth of u mile over the Spruce with a freshening At the the first The Spruce IV wan tlie hv 23 The al time at the 4-25.44; 4.20.07. be driven about the town and the special fajr well people being ALL READY J FOR will leave for Fort at 9.30. The races were In the Every one is enthusiastic over the 2.37 clasi the Appleton horse owned by won straight best time The 2i28 the horse St. owned by M. W. won straight best time 2.30. In the bicycle race two L. P. of road and one voice pronounce it the best new road in the STOLEN Discovered by a Lewiston Sept. 25. Detective Odlin searched the former Lewiston of the and K. C. of r 'S H S tO dence of James Freeman this afternoon and a quantity of evidently taken from S. H little time A sealskin cloak bore the owner's SMC Only Wa- On SEPT. 27th, at 8 A. will sell worth of fall at 1-3 than its orig lal Here is a chance tiat you seldom The damage is only by as no was turned on the THE Continuation of the Convention at Sept. 25. Today the sixty-ninth state conference of the The exercises were mostly devoted to missionary business connected with the The Maine brunch of the college and society elected J. G. Merrill president and S. D. The Maine Con- Charitable Society elected Rev. E. B. Mason president and F. B. Dennis Rev. G. C. Wilson presented un earnest plea In behalf of the Maine LiWe A. H. State Sunday Mr. one of the assistant secretaries of the Christian Home Missionary ciety of New spoke evening on the work of the F. J. E. H. tendent of the North Dakota spoke on the Sunday School and ing Rev. Gutterson spoke on American Miss The eighty-eighth of the Mulne Society held this J. presented hU which showed re- since 1, 1895, of and expenditures Resol ot re- were passed on the resignation of Swett beet time 2.3S. Races at Sept. 25. There was good racing at Mountain Blue this for the second day of the fourth annual fair of the Hancock County Agricultural The mary 2.30 FOREST FIRES Dolr Great Damage In the 8ept. 25. Severe forest fires rasing in the easterly part ol Leeds and the edge of A set a brush pile on fire the dry condition of the earth caused U rapidly until acres were turned It is still endangering It was reported this that one farmer had lost hia dwelling and The ex- tent of the damage cannot .be 1 Many Buildings In Sept. 25. The forest are still burning in two miles Crom this and the town is clouded with The fires have been travely fought but little are also serious forest fires at Pond and in the Valley and at the head of Much timber is being destroyed and many buildings are in At 4; 11. At 19; VIOLET HASKELL The Rash Committed at Sept. 25. A special to the Star from Green's Landing says Violet Haskell Prof. com- mitted suicide this afternoon by No particulars are MAINE of Fourth Class Of- Sept. 25. The ing fourth class were appointed in Ira E. vice Emily A. removed at vice Asa F. wholesale Produce d Sept. 25. STATE LAW WEIGHTS AND The closing of starch ries from luck of water to run coming in with low prices ami the potato is surely dis- But fall rams can't delay their appearance much unless this is an exceptional Persons setting brush fires may find it to consider the case just decided in the Supreme Judicial and then make sure that they have plenty uf help to control the before the That tire at Bridgewater a year ago last May is likely to prove ati expensive job for whether court sustains liis exceptions or notl The verdict against thu as 8P5U In our was for Gorham has shipped tons this little pickle Is a big Gen. J. J. of is ill with trouble and an affection of The Maiae Central lias de- clared its quarterly dividend of per payable Oct. 1-r, to stockholders of record Sept. Three Portland men made tiie trip from Portland to Augusta and re- turn in a They were aad Eben It. The 1'tte hot spe 1 has brought money to Harbor bjj the return citywards of many who were lucky enough to liave tarried by the sea until And some people recalling the fact that on the stood in the tire dering if the is over A report from tells of a queer happening in that A short timo ago Snow had un- usually vivid dream In which it appeared that there was a large sum of money secreted the The idea seemed so improbable beyond passing scory around among her nothing was ever about it. decided that repairs and improvements would have to made about homestead before winter set in. and Work consequently be- gan a few days Monday while re- moving a portion of one of the walls which had to fall one of the workmen struck a hammer against something solid fell out on to the to 2 up in the newspapers a tremendous of ble evidence of the curative power nf compound overfall logins of nervous debility and diseases of the It after nature's by nutrition for every part ot body overhauling the tissues and supplying new brain tua- pure blood through the invigorating the whole and removing the cause of Mr. Oscar well-known resident of I Prince sent the unsolicited letter to the ol this wonderful I taken hick with whai the doctors called the 1 when I took on H violent cold and Then tirst in the of my then dovN n my and then ah and legs 1 could not pin niv hand tu my could not throw the clothes oil me could uoc dress or u nor get out ot nly chair Fora year and a 1 trice all ot medicines and wirh or no I was 7.'-! years one Lold rile to try Vail celery After I had taken three I to und a marked im- I have now taken twelve and the is I eat and sleep welt du own and go as getting in aud out uf my carnage without I huve been tempted tu in the local paper fur the ot Unit ure as have Mr. 1'ike well in ile the founder hnd president of the Washington Agricultural Society and Trotting tor his he people ask him it he has been doing that Iw is so of he liu thousands of throughout the celery compound made me A V X 23 floor with a metallic The ished carpenter it to be a A shall weigh 60 large bag which upon being untied re- and Turku Island Bhall a quantity tot silver 10 out to them he called Mrs. who that The weight of 8 of beans m Kuod order and fit for Of tulips and of 56 of of and Indian 50 ana 48 1 1 1 2 D. E. 4 5 B 4 B 5 Harry W. North 6 4 4 C. G. 6 3 5 C Beat Iii the 2 50 purse six F. A. Blue Pilot Wilkes WBB U. S. Best The attendance was four thousand GAVE THREE CHEERS 3 3 a Aud i he New York Democratic Convention FINANCIAL AND Monetary NEW 25. Money Ui aet paper 4Jf Mexican Sterling 4.87Jf'54.8S Tor BOMay 4.B83i84J9 Government bonds Railroad bonds Boaton N. Y. St. L. Htf Central 51" Ohio 4 preferred 17C Old 8t Ont. A Weal Del. De' Pullman Pal A. Rio Grande liJi ZL 8t.Paul.......... Lake Erie A St. Lake KX A 15 Maine OOti Union U.S. 9 Hi x Country t Improved Yellow v Choice V Fair to Beet tf A Choice V Beat 18c 20X 77 43H Mich. Cent. ft 8t. L preferred S.J. Central Northern preferred V tf In V bag In 56Ib 150200 V ft London layers Sultana N. Sept. 25. The I democratic convention nominated U. 8. Hit 3J< lUt V fc EKE 160 Democratic convention nominated can d Ida treve three cheers for the ticket and adjourned sine die at 3.19 p. u. The 8ta.te committee met this after- noon and re-elected James j Senator Hill this afternoon platform is excellent and State ticket U a good The ticket Oregon 35S30C New York Produce NEW Sept. 25. 20031 8870 83M- moderate Winter wheat low to 3.6008.26; 3.2004.10; Minnesota 2.G6a3JO; 8.15C'3.40; 330a4.00; Low City should have a larger f Pure 40c; 3Sc Haxall V ana wiwi LUC 4.60e4.7fi surviving of the baited they look to see if there were The resulted In lo two each ol which contained about a quart of Sonic bore recent a date as anil the is but absolutely no clue to how they came It is understood that tlie three contained of The of fulls to the fortunate owner of the j the village bridge over the Bath river at the northern end falling in. had beien temporary repairs pending tlie of a this of the men whom the country has its gaze is the governors of whose 9Lat birthday the whole people of that State are to in brating this Born in the autumn 1805, the life oC this honored man hits filled with and the relation of which would read like a Mr. Felch first snw the light little town of where his father was engaged in H mercantile Mr. received his early education iu the common schools of his native and in 1821 became a student the old Fryeburg leaving college he began the study ojt aud in 1830 was admitted practice in The present position jof Governor Kelch is fle oldest surviving member of the Michigan the oldest and only surviving bank com- missioner of the the oldest viving Governor of the the oldest surviving Judge of the Supreme atod with but exception the SAWTELLE'S IMPERIAL BAND AND In TI AST Tf A 11U Si 10. a I al 5il wm to all of SARA TAWNE ROBSON ROBERT BROWNING'S PIPPA PASSES Al the Parlors of the V. M Thursday Sept. 20, at h Mrs. J. S. Mrs. F A. L. L. Mrs. W. Porto ft Mrs. C. F. nid Mrs. It. Mrs. Mrs T Mrs. L. F. Mrs. Mrs. P. M. Admission may be had of the 01 at M. A. HOUSE A. One night Sept. 30. suits good for school wear at 67c, former SI nd Men's Suits that will price that the mere cloth would goods as 8ebretarr. After an only slightly damaged by smoke at 1-3 less than its original on the legality ot cost This is the opportunity to lay in your fall voters it was finally voted nat ths con- at 1-3 less than its original ook for a to make paf tors ot j. annually elected delegates who have paid two during the Breeders life members 'the voting Mr. J. Dr. and John representation afforded the state but the 21 votes accorded them was to nKK r COBH j A IK and have help lor this MYSTIC PARK Interesting Races and Large dance Sept. 25. The at- tendance at the second of the Ing of the New England Trotting Horae at Mystic exports 100681; sales a Blore ind Kfi No. 1 108503 exports 21S689; 39- 000-, No. 50 to COTTON SEED 100 j St. Loula In Backs V hundred WHEAT Bre The people of Michigan have Governor every honor within their and as he 500 has well entered Ills he has the 1 satisfaction or knowing that he is looked upon by all with respect and intl her select company i atr the ever 1.10 1.20 sac 89 EYE mixed GRAHAM 9; State BUCKWHEAT During this Sale no Goods Remember tne day and begir s Sept. E. were elected and J. L. OOO vyv Sang of ing iy Ust ye Sole or C ring BUSINESS Charge of Fraudulent Conveyance of a i toe rant will be Issued on October Ii which la the opart v the winners were never The 2.10 class was closely In the 2.18 stallion class Silver Plate was the with Candidate While spurting for the m the 2.27 class Driver McDonald was for scoring ahead of the pole Produce parse Tom b 1, yon Chicago Produce Sept. 26. a apr Country c' V 3, No. 9 froo V ft. Home In The Elephant's Mud Animals when wild constantly die a lingering death from Injury to the 1 Attorney say yon tave not formed or expressed any iDn in this what do yon understand by the word I have an will Your I challenge this man for go to did yon by saying I half shall I say t That yon ire half A clever once gave a very designation of a secret as thing for for nothing lor The annual death roll of suicides at Monte Carlp an average to s and 7S Seats on safe Friday toilet aud I o and s Fillies of 1805, parse Lady Del o In two Adw A VERDICT oi In Case of Alleged N. Sept. IS. Tde jury jf Kneer of connection State returned a verdict tl ot P-C dg afternoon ing oles seek fresh water to wash ferent land birds choose different earths In tc and also Waal In and neatly every tropical ond the The latter has nn im- advantage over all other animals In ihe nsb of Its trunk for dressing It Is afd ice a a powdering puff All Regular 3atterns i made tq Order fott In Dancing and Deportment formed as u. Elementary class M portion ft h Hrs. MARY A. WILL IU THK THIRD PARISH MONDAY SEPT. 30th, At 8 TICKETS 25 at the CITY Wednesday Oct. Grand Operatic Mme. A complete Mr. con- to with third act Gounod's with etc. Tickets according to On sale at slu store Wed. Sept at 9 Numbers given out at j. Half tore to all holders C. A. f lit ik
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