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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - February 26, 1896, Bangor, Maine COMER AINE WEDNESDAY Price Three Cents BROTHERS THE NEW RULES PROSPECTS POPULAR OVAT IN ill Should Have It In the House Explosion of a Magazine of Cubans Resolutions t n i London IT IS Mike j T Liniment com plni tits It cure Its strong the Uv U any every i HUH soothing It la the i earache iiii fm t every sprains soie Fur chills catarrh For 4 diphtheria lunus Fur com- orbit p cholera morbus and ilv and For cuts and Inflammations For use this treat vital and by to cure which by Dv lor his owu practice Repprt on a Contested on Some Other Matters of A cramp or a pain a bruise or sprain Should make a big combine To knock you out put them to rout JOHNSON'S ANODYNE Feb iy a modern to oh the Senate passe i he li ux tending flve Inning Rulta to annul at was made bv Mr the time under the tiring next Monday y be called up at any tin withdrew thi now goes to the he belligerency i up aud Mr Morgi speech ID CAM SEE ONE EYE FS originated by an Old Family In 1810 Johnson's Anodyne For as EXTERNAL USD could not have for except for THE FACT It very muck more thah merit It la unlike any i other It Is superior to i It n that mo MX K yo CO Sympathy of the American People for the Stragglers le closed it hulf past lowed bv another of the tee on Foreign Mr em Mr Gray States had ob- ved an attitude of long towards the of aln In regard to livery neutral observed E uld be given to the f nin by a digi had been given quiet and order restored that unhappy mended the attitude of his they could not for that the re- of that the His Party by a Crowd Even lib Court He and His Followers VOL Royal Geographical Soc ety of England Offers rop uad was cl timed that oot for- had been thuc oC of thuc for Adjourned Hearing LONDON 2B that tt was ant Jameson who waa landed at arrested at was cheered by the crowd him to the Mark Lane 11 way appears not Dr and where he which of he crowd the underground mistook for hence tho Drl with Jila officers was by a police oo pier at the red he entered taken off thu Victoria which reached 6 110 P M A large crowd p the pier and when Jameson i was loudly cheered The pai two omnibuses which d It to the e of the United li uba its ona They were very close b of Cubs to tin by reatton of social I Cuba and nl the people could yes or to what uba Neither could earts out stifle their sympathy hey heard that sad Btor p df what was ng oti these many yea all proprieties which ei nation like hould to the the Mr Grav argued lhat the constitution of in to That WHS B P H was ti that proper f thu American ng patriots of DOLLARS TO Dollars Per in When Not Paid in Advance will be delivered by carrier each mcin of international law it belonged ir where all ature to the was Jan Unit executive That convinced blm that had no ht to accord a en joint status of belligerency ci Mr Gray said amendment jes he the by Mr substitute for Dem Cal as the pending resolution Lodge Rep a trans- lation of a report from the iving the words or ai to his pose to Exterminate He aid that report impli d thu atrocities El Uberal of Madrid ot ing More News i for Less Money trie time to get your name on the list and thus all the news of the Great Presidential of 1896 WINTER HATS SACRIFICE We offer a oC SALE lie me Mr Pop N le of a sli a century at our Kou Need Clothing Don't WHAT IS BOY'S A We have them for prices in proportion Better grad A few off for men which now only We cannot afford to carry them over angor Clothing Stork St The Name of j the Next Presid of States OF NOVEMBER 4th 1896 Interest will steadily nnd the scale at last exciting lo icy elected will mako the compilE the Flen801y lie country THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE affiliations I W Mm general news In attractive formi of the world an agricultural which are recognized authority with tli number the of the papers pictures fashion platea t YorK varied and attractive employ thut house for out by li govern ment of Culia Is omelhiog'we ought not 10 tolerate Mr Call Dem able shoeing that tht n lost war He was tired he resolutions or oiler a resolution lor tl independence over till to-morrow I In the Hi Immediately after Spanish forces nda of men In the said ol hearing and lie would i recognition of The subject went e of had bien read tae went in- to committee of tin whole to further consider the Indian l Mr Sherman Kcp N in charge of the asked consent that the paragraph In U e the Secretary of the Inter title of the La the Allegheny and reservations in New to exceed an acre There being uo forn tlie paragraph was thon roac ported to the House a Mr Dingley of Mi Introduced by id Co Indian ork at a price not be stricken out l objection made out Ihei nd the was re- id passed Inc ca and u reported by the oi Ways and Means relating to tty f ur sea industry It directs the t to enter Into nej the Ri Britain them for the appo commission to dustry iu all Its If any necessary for the pro of Great apau dr either of i of a joint d to seal 1C also provides fo the ate the ngs al are n of the fur of a modus Vivendi the several Paris tribunal under protection of tha sials a if this modus b time to govern the at the Treasury W directed t kill every seal can be I o the Island for the Tho report of the and the was pain John C Tarsney 111 nt recommended by tin It provides for tin contest to the coin to open the the view to from legal votes cai lor Rep O filed He agreed with the contestant Van H his case but cast In the thrown out by the The by Mr Strode In detail the aliened frauds oo that tlie returns the could not bo is an ideal of B dally publication in the and variety an being In Its Rive It M more Interest to the women land young people 01 i A SPECIAL CONTRACT The Weekly Courier this The Weekly ONE YEAR FOR ONLY The tot t t Address all orders to THE Write on Kew WEEKLY rT NE whose ryot all the party i news a each r best with but must be lor his that the from tho the duty o the Ho before passing hi be were as ho result i Ho lae at ad o aud 25 Boom 3 I 2 v tea tons snow Hurtles 1 r w I Fj J and nl people of except of the red Spates tn croWd throughout the Upon the arrival nt Dr and hii were promptly arraigned upon char the evidence briefly the fortnight and relented 1 others on bail of others ell Dr Jameson with having ma a friendly Slate laps and Red All Information on Su be Secured bj WASHINGTON Feb commission from the Royal of England cuts K Markhan that all maps Ids ject In England Can 25 The Venezuelan Troops Killed the Captain and da General Killed by Explosion Many Others rec an intimation Geographical So- through Its president reborda of that society will gladly b placed at the dis- posal of the A posal reply sent cheering e vehicles low street comrades before tlie After the in for a and the with le war upon tho m view of officially and Venezuelan to alt necessary The suggestion seem desirable to ha to the commission and benefit of his long I graphical matters Secretary today said that In his opinion two things were guaranteed to the First all information concerning he boundary dispute in the posse Biou of any one wu for the present the by the British B made that U Mr in- to appear before its members the with Tbe person The l1 werft killed the captain aud m Feb LONI Shangl Oo u recently says thu l the troops at lies from Shanghai is blown up and 200 and H n his loudly cheered as they ente room and was ti renews pai the magistrate uu a stop to the was attain cheered jt left l ana I was followed it on people tales The close their ou in close their s of the ing such an out- this of country similar crowd Who to euihutUflB.il ID r i i i QUESTION OF LOUD were the court of y gut blc to put The e court and de tty the gave d Active Dli Senate in for ters The on N Feb 25 Finance met ion ot a nun y measure of considered waf lion of Senat furt silch bonds o r Bacon her re previously a act of Mr Har insist d that a vote reported Tl sion in whie eo IF uf tile d ho desired I ia h nil tho men gaged There s of nnt the Republic ins The con divided on Nevada Tho iage would mean act under w has authorit j To tended suicide it Bt raided event of and sound D silver i would netei passage of t Ate as a rep under whict Senate ils morning ol ny political the Ga unless by B of be taken on 1 a of the were absent and were party lines 1 Ir Jones of ng the Democi The argued of such a resolution ha of tl lich alone gov to hat Act Mr Id be to con would leave thout a trouble I'll oney of tli consent to sue herman by The held th uch a al of 1 ol bonds were it bo the beet thing for would then the ver ns the Billy meat ilia The by n pas Sir m r to purchase the To report Sherman ison lie lion gainst rep tne Messrs Harris to hinds ill I Wallhall vuda Populist The by this the treasury of relief in Republicans lie committee an act being t while the n would ng authority ued it would as it of rough which be cured ote failed tn o report the vote isrs Morrill h all White ones of vote still re- led up thol CO ibe committ ADJOURNED th Paris on Tuesday he findings of the of If respecting the concluded in pf the Me the 0 led today divorces decreed February ot Court was MANLEys Wai oak to AUGUSTA H Mauley the last of Me Feb will return ho week to a active management of Hon Keed f Mr K very busy man aa la c having ii and sell thu read ed unanimously strict of Columbia A number of bills were took up the report of No 2 on the contest ot 1 T vU Horn vs ii on favoring the right to seat occupied by this of the House were r to i be the judgment The resolution WUB read committal of the lee 19 the vote of testimony with of Illegal t therein statement that the had made put he I minority beheld arrangements for toe St tlon He feelt that he a the duties not? great is bravely Excite mont able ne noon befo over ad cars at tea to remove aim uo icn m lie hai been trainee t to such attacks i a i i ii there should bt a count of the ballots as tsl whose vole was e i ended by the was l and of and contended were that the I oft the lota le contended could be s and U va tills done Ho It the count dod 1C would Van Horn oil lite legal votes I on In question t ot fraud Mr matter tlie pn I 25 8 P Me Feh befo re tho of registration a retort a man had been dc wi It that he was PROVE throw WW to cle tlon ft v to be free to the eon as well aa in other c the English people that thu Undine of t i moral we feet Mr Malet Proves the members were ght if not die result of thel would mission in England mm ries already recognised after going to have great a legal binding Igo said he thought to make decision partisan ai the cnu contest before It an would be conviction liud ami that no q place the line labors nd violent exactly would over any the opinion rendered by such argument as any reasonable what t negotiations took wn by president would be adopted as the permanent li two countries and the supported by both Ho early Su The guile three Trail Altai rend nat the by Congress resumption now PROF JORDAN'S SUCCESSOR At State Experiment Station Will be Woods 25 C D Woods an vice director of Scorers Agricultural Station has been elected dean of the agricultural ment of tho College and director of experiment station there He will take the July 1st LIKE Democi ats Adjourned Their Feb 2B The Democratic mayoralty caucus adjourned till dny without making auy candidacy of Carlos Heard lias been solicited but he lias asked time to con sider An Independent movement start ed to-day has him W repo by a and und tile b iu p A despatch from who is now awaiting death at are safely Protected b the Hunan troops HOMELESS Poor People B riven Out at Tuesday N J Feb 23 in Michael at 04 Ad store were blended to tilt ifr owned at 60 and Fill for New Ii were all Loss gutted NEWS treasury WU uerce ol en on Ule A will c iil New Yo 1 ot st Office u coming II n will eg un t over ol ot ucw l been lu i about been tukei loll lort aud SACO'S The Debt Shows an Increase SiCO Feb 25 The city annual lo the city shows the City debt Feb 1 Debt Feb 1 1880 increase i -i FINANCIAL Monetary IBW Fob 25 er de Quotations Money last nt about us learned attach i ished For i jared no oil L et 26 The ford Supremo A number of Silver bt Uri Jk IB ill Don j Lalio Uke Ui Central 000 Central UK LANS this Hon Joseph o aln assume the he of r the anley will be a of the il ft SI 1 177 74 X charge all the Loula go on with bis ae he can Minn Jt St L preferred Northern SCO WO 0 8 ill uto 101 nen A E Colony Ht Paul u 8 fusing nsei by the National Base he League Season Will Open fot All the Clubs April 16 Much Feeling Among Lesser Organizations Over Change of Agreement Re venue Cutter 25 A ordered by the lions on tho to eon IBS revenue fo antic Tint vea M will be li k Tim haa the ry Appropriation appropriation for ul t aa to to the of tan the and he amount carried by year gold reserve to-day Ol tho i sold so far and all but three percent of In the treasury tile date upon NEW YOUK Beb The annual of the National Base tall League was brought to a cloac The was given out at n ate hour The opening day of the eason Is the same icr all Jn the future umpires must ately remove from the eume and Held any player of improper or cent conduct or language instead uf ne tlie option of tilling tile offender as heretofore With regard to or players being out of the bounds of positions the umpire shall after tlie Brdt flue the not than SO nor more than In of a second violation a line nf will be and fur a third the umpire inmt positively player the game ami Held Forthwith he shill notify the captain that the of the enmc no more will be imposed but the will expulsion This rule does not apply tn tho captain of either team when lie appeal to umpire on a question nf interpretation ol rules When the umpire orders a player from tin lie must Insist that such player be removed from he Held and shall until suen ia obeyed The minur were much over action or the body in altering the national agreement in such manner as to Impose new ships on the leaser was much bluer feeling and n meeting was held It waa decided to postpone March when a meeting will be held at Washington the new national on the aggregate population baHin some of Hie minor will lie Into lower thai they are now placed in In the case of the President Crane already paid under Class A Hv the ti of thu new agreement Alii League in in Class It i the national bas the ol tlie original Tainted Blood my whole system local troubles the origin of my Buffering My and arms swelled and Boron broko nut My won I treatment I to Mood's Sarsaparilla and it gave mo vitality at once J rapidly nnd tho Borcu disappeared I ond waa finally restored lo Mrw B SMITH P O Weat Pills Good luck in Cooking lor mISERY in simply 111-CllK'Ul It Ill fully It's ii s lir cl luck th j n our 51 lo tlir Il P SMV lli lu H CO MAIN STREET Walk III and look around bids lor there had been withdrawn from treasury of gold of withdrawn for lor domestic uic RDS ELATED ns Mon Shadowed Feb 25 While ome declined to-day to e i t authorities lore importance to las a month they liav to circumvent the de of o 1 AriuoniaiiH C by Hio lhat I arnn to Cuba BOSTON fell 23 The New has received Ulo following from thu Anglo-American Con- is great misery and the at especially count the hitter cold The liv hundreds Ho near the of women and girts without a to cover them Many sent oil died on tli load from exhaustion The Is unable to relieve appeal tons Report to the relief where appeals for throughout the Held upon all th committee our need for lunda ho Bake urge strongly an who ed the foundering of the nu Inland boon ngly by who led the has been most closely i matched to day and spies him to other places which lie visited it is claimed to ecure support for another expedition The Spanish legation here it U said BONDS Brio nic can Qa Market New Yarn NEW YOKE Fch 4740 stonily I Winter low to fancy patonS A FIT n Room at 25 it was i lea this after- tents One UYE lull steady active 0000 No 20085 atoro ann when e him he fell in a FATAL t In Lewiston acve anil elevator 808 Ji toll No 1 Northern 18650 sales 17- 000 dull No 000 10 74000 oo hit No fairly active st NO Chicago Produce Market j KILLED BY LIVE WIRE Man and his Son Crossed Wire Feb lesse aged and his son lesM Ii aged 24 was killed by a live wire they found Inn garden near their homo In Thornton The wire Dyspeptics 1 people th ii Mother's was fully informed the mcu from the Hawkins were held In dally CBS to and extraordinary wore taken to defeat them When the Bermuda was secured he efforts of tho detectives were re- and it la believed the Spanish had no doubt Unit her uro would be prevented if the tion of the United States officials could jo secured The Spaniards are particularly elated ivor the success of their agents as it understood by them that tho muda would enable tlie Cubans to lit out ii formidable force in tho eastern part of fhe island just when it is claimed Gen active campaign U beginning o make the situation extremely critical Officers of on Trial Feb 25 The trial of I.E Jans P Peterson and H late respective captain mate aud second mate of tne Danish steamer Horst indicted yesterday on the charge of conveying 0.1 ex- to Cuba In violation of the laws was begun to-day in the United States district court with Judge Butler pu the bench Several witnesses to tlie effect that the Horsa took a filibustering expedition aboard No new facts of Importance were elicited Another Filibustering Case NEW YOUK Feb 26 J treasurer of the revolutionary junta was arrested this afternoon by the United Status marshal It la hat he gave a receipt for certain money to be used in a expedition At the examination before Commissioner an old telephone i hut hud become crossed with an light wire Ul lln t receive the ee on Votk When the NEW YORK The Reported In Yor N V Feb iri The join committee of the two him 10 tee port wan received Senator to the elimination of and other towns ill Queen's as gemed In the of the tee Sturm ol declared that the of towns n lid not want to be Included In York and urged the tion of the report of Ute as was in kion nearly two an Its entire attention to the subject in towns In Queen's The towns in lire and They were dored basis Ha Long City and which are In Queen's county The King's county members of the two voted against the All the New ork city members voted for it Senator Stranahan of the reported the hill this afternoon The denate ordered a sand extra copies of II primed id food all times Don't stint liy oil l row what Brown Josselyn Agents for Maine AKU Ul IN 0 lui tl n twenty ll 1 Burt down by a as found to be I y and his life Is Fob 86 No a 2 2 Electric te ex Shields this afternoon United States D s- directed the calling of General Calixto Garcia Cap- tain Hughes Benj J Captain Brabazon and John D Hurt J he Jour counsel weij granted a postponement until March 3d JohE U Hart asked for a speedy hearing His examination was set down for Gen Garcia and Captain subsequently arraigned upon another charges Included the Hawkins and Bermuda filibustering Charges against tho flve accused were Wide in the name of the United States and tional charges against Gan Captain Hughes were brought by the V V CALLED CONGRESS SQUARE Bros Now Hotol at Portland Leased to Mr Me Feb 25 Kines Bros new hotel has been leased to George W Stearns of Bangor and named Congress Square Hotel H will be opened May 1st lo li nil lo Uic Mim of 1 e lie may be ut her out ill K I Allenl Farms and Timber Land for Salei In and FOREIGN NEWS That Was pated I Feb 20 Truth claims to authority for the mt that KrUger of the bouth African republic the nd clearest evidence of the complicity f Cecil L I- W on HlB iway ment Commission Bdi TON Feb 25 i anci America i Wheelmen has I national committees Percy Electric Bitters la tbr consul All the prisoners any season but more generally j ball and were sel at liberty needed In the when the languid A G lawyer who is We exhausted feeling prevails when the of the junta to-dav said liver 18 and and the thj cost about me ot ft Cubans he declared are by no means v has by the present 3B latal ment carrying out their plans will act and freeing TALKED AND prompt nee of this neu yield to Bitters per bottle at Ara Marvelous of Feb 26 The annua a letter by Rev ol Dimondale Mich are to have no While I o tho fat was ak hours with t KNEW IT ALL l by Pi POBTBWOCTa N H rob 25 1 CotS a letter from to the ol Trial bottle nds shifting to u Bon to the ol Iel died In 1 letter waa written pan police bad Uv It mny W old Long may It live at Colors Hid meeting of tho and held Hotel tonight Fish altneH Stanley nnd Iwer Dr present The association expended Lindry Her I year and Ita the second la the my hold e Khodos minister of Jape Colony in Dr Jameson's raid Pleasant and por At the street Free Church vestry last evening a entertainment waa given by Watch Circle ol King's Daughters An excel eot was served from 0 to fl and 8 following entertainment n given being received wit inch favor by the largo audience In at Piano 1 and Mr uzzo and Perkins Herae made candy and were o Bale and wore readily disposed of Will c or In J Maine NOTICE my wife Grace loft r nU board 1 l forbid all r her on my account no 1 nit Bangor Fob You may long over that word you how to t TaUo the fast end and read you have the word notice It mWt that t impurities of remedy lor ekln and il complaints due to deranged liver Sto the right end ot your Ulo lave You Seen Them? The Women's Slippers nvo we selling for 82.00 and goods They are going fast but we still have plenty of 2 2 3 3 and son cf tho other sizes SHOE CO
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