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Bradford County Republican (Newspaper) - March 23, 1899, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania taka R MRS OTB of Ladoga Ind MRS foor years I Jom ra of the womb became weak I PPt walk Across 01 hopes of I's Vegetable I began to improve stored to health In Business ible to le as a Saver of any station communicate altered over 35 start FOB BALK BY f 51 i i Ike system w uss at 3 40 cent on your purchase goods don't Steft Wges 000 We will send S i i rf IY f ik r 1 It SI Powers Address Hotes on the Poor Substitute For Worth food health inwardly of and bowels to come if Hood's is promptly used a fair outside and a the frame with the of health on the cheek good perfect digestion pore blood British HOTEL a Military Clara Province The United AM Italy to settled Grant I have had no return of troubled roe for years since T de- MBS BBB Washington St Ogdensburg N Y The French has secretary of war Mr Meiklejohn has made a report a tary who has Just returned from a to Remedies harien In the province of Santa Clara According to this official has a in the town of in the mun of Unlike other towns irf Cuba the population of place increased during the wart is a tobacco district having March States Off n im IWWH Anns A Lay MUW TO Plain to Them Government's Intentions Transport Sberman at I Many Bones Found In Rw The Death New York March is now thought that when of ing the ruins of the Windsor tel is complete the total number of dead may be 50 of 1 New York March Officer rells About Meat Troops In Florida of the two bodies have already been made Is 35 The number of employees in the tel at the time of the may never be accurately determined Leland ber of were in the tel at the time nor names He Some In the j aro S Meat Burned Bin r n T ministers have ad- favorable seasons as sends to The Journal the f o lowine however that perhaps 12 were Chicago March The court of in- AAA i bales of tobacco a year Viery enlisted In the Cuban army in section All of the young severe Hood's Main Street Me i ami lo tike with Hood's s 4 Under the Spanish the concession the taxes collected last year it is reported that China absolutely amounted to There are no the demand of con- ers in town The wells have be- at bay come contaminated through the earthen from Manila relating to the work of the Philippine The address to the natives drafted by the American commission in i behalf of- the United States government and em views of the president has been made public It has been translated into all native dialects and is to be disseminated throughout the Tiie salient points of the address there on number was y larger afternoon but that the investigating beef examined lieutenant J D L Hartman of tht K the result being that typhoid which has prepared by the Drench minister at Peking on fever is very prevalent at certain times dent's order are the year The municipality of It assures the population of the As far as has beta learned from the cavalry who was acting employees Who did escape not one of mental quartermaster while the i the was seen to escape sient was stationed at Fla Their room was in the rear of the top testified that refrigerated floor and their only means escape received from Armour Co It was from the flames was the stair to Lakeland in cars At first it way This was the first Tras very good and there was ho sages choked with fire v ion to it but in four days it The remains of eight bodies have so to get poorer in quality At OL i an extension of the French dios consists of Buena Islands of the intention of the of flesh scattered 1 n t ft n -J Shanghai The granting of the new concession by China was ant a portion of Zulueta The Americana to tion j of Remedios Is and thai of government in the the is Previous to thai the United States has assumed in- the recent war the obligations which In two instances a board of survey rejected the beef In one case the ness rejected a whole carload The stench was observable before the car Of self about but from them no definite idea was opened The not received i far been recovered the ruins ing the list of known SOL far In night many bones and charred f of how many dead they because decomposition had could be had The say that The rejected beef not accounted W.U.V11 t fragments belong to no less five for in the vouchers He had no recol settlement m Shanghai in wag Remedios has fulfill and which make it to bodies but they e no means of lection of any conversation between ii r and British sett e- tu Old Has to Be were united wes but the French settlement has repeatedly re- fused to Join them The interference of Prance in the ex- tension and general i settlement of and It la The list of dead now given out by the saying anything to him withi reference people of think T D t Police is as follows J a to meat preservatives he Wd said lie published Can one other town in the United Ward them ie Answered Cam if y by t must by the war The district the whole forThe stable this and the physicians Sergeant Mason nis clerk arid the rep is a sugar producing one and four government of the Philippines board of health whc examined the of Armour Co Mason trals are located there all which will Tiat the United States divest ments said that they could form! no had charge of the delivery of the grind this I year The annual taxes of itself of these responsibilities the ad- of the number of bodies they to troops j citizen asi for more convincing proof claimed for the article under rion What is there lacking in h evidence The most in- will corroborate it It is for Towanda people It not the style of proof other medicinal offer Kalamazoo proof for Towanda people The wish for anything tare Read H McCraney oi 304 Pine says I believe Kidney tare a most excellent remedy for all troubles I had headache and of the kidney secretions for e time characterized by scantiness and iin profusion I used mineral tablets some degree benefit but they were not general i settlement of Shanghai led to the of a o nt meeting of the American and British associations at which were adopted advocating action by the American and British governments to prevent further concessions to the town were in peaceful j times be- dress assures the people ed The witness had no recollection 01 the JUEY FOR DR 1 ty of The population N Twelve Men Obtained to DeciUe Guilt or Innocence Bridgeport Conn 32 trial proper of Dr Nancy on a charge dt alleged degree murder in causing the death of has begun The court on the was on hand promptly Her condition was much im- proved over that of Tuesday her face showing color arid her general ance giving indications of greater Hcf the and U has more by business depression than by the ravages of The princ bal business is importing and storage Tie taxes the war amounted to from to a year is about i a day The municipality is in I a at condition About tute people ore there at present are the not to Hold of Mall destroyed the Spanish power and accepted sovereignty the islands the United States is bound to restore peace in the Philippines to carpenter Kate F a servant Mrs John McC of Cincinnati Mies Eleanor L Goodman permanent guest of the Windsor Miss Lucile government Mrs Maurice P Henry permanent guest of the sor Mrs Nancy Kirk Chicago Mrs land Miss Fannie Leland daughter of Warren Miss Amelia Paddock an unidentified wearing black and skirt an unidentified man a woman wearing c marked Due Rue supposed to be Mrs Margaret Auze of tais city an found with fragments of flannel on and thought to be T A rett an- Englishman an unidentified with limbs and all of the head f in any I learned of Kidney Jw act tha prisoner seemed i brought me a box from H Porter and Son's drug store I took as result was satisfactory si than any remedy pre- for the ordeal from that mail are being lost or destroyed at that place he which 1 means for her fid that Canadian mail refuse Spanish rule in the government that them from oppression The or imprisonment who were Tuesday unless bear of the Canadian postage is emphatically cline toward giving the Filipinos a ti At Or OL j I talte pleasure In recom were aU Dn and an extra panel of by Assistant Superintendent Harry Of tribal or provincial local autonomy service away off liDg the use of Kidney from kidney troubles I Pills for sale by all Price 5.0 cents Mailed by Buffalo N Y sole s for the U S 14 talesmen were present from whom the last juror was to be named Twelve men were examined rejected but the thirteenth Benjamin Squires of a farmer answered the re- of both sides and he v of the railway mail service He under a central American government Minor in honor of a large amount of mall which shall be military A Smyrnaite cumulated at the civil system improved to be feasible the crew of the ter months and it was to it is hoped that the greater number ln in battle of Cardenas May 11 last The cver carrers r in February Three of intelligent natives will desert the in- are already on their to the name take as the twelfth of a full the Yukon by way of h Circle Forty aridi ither camps J V w who of Hats Caps Gloves catering to the va test trat e can show yon ti ww complete variety of styles and and do a Ittle better on prices than otter possibly can We hare k oj Jury which contains ten farmers grain merchant and a carpenter The selection of this rhan occupied 1 hour and 25 minutes and then Clerk read the Indictment under which the mid wife stands charged Mrs Guilford having at the ary term of the court was not put to plea the Jurors were promptly sworn and the trial began i State Attorney addressed the jury and outlined the case of the state During Mn Fessenden's address Mrs Guilford watched him closely and seemed to be very nervous rier face paled perceptibly several and she was in turn watched narrowly by the trained nurse Mrs Tooker who dently feared the prisoner would col- lapse E C Belts a took the stand and identified photographs he had taken of scenes In the The boys who found the dismembered body on the mud fiats then told their rating the discovery in detail A Battle trull AraUd March Telegram me that raiding is Situated about m les south of Algiers in the Sahara It Is furtler announced that a party of aregs recent y attacked a which was on its wiy to Air in Sahara cause after next defeat of their arms n Our Troops Active While since day really the opposite has the case with the American forces A re- organization entailing many has iri progress since the ment of the flying i General Wheaton's and General Hall's brigades have not been assigned but the Oregon regiment Minnesota regiment the Twenty-second ment have concentrated at the camp pn the Luneta at the water front the expedition 100 men killed and part of Us caravan was captured Jockey Stubbed to Death March i anything witness would He had no recollection of any tion with Armour's representative on that subject He had no reason to believe or tect that the beef had been preservatives or chemicals ing was due he to I the faci that the meat had been chilled and would not hold up after exposure to excessive heat at Lakeland After the rejection of ia carload one agent of Armour said that would not co referring to way in which the meat had been furnished The agent i triad to get the meat shipped in In some ice was put in with teef but this gave the meat a Slimy re- pulsive appearance and I- was rejected -i Witness then got authority to beer in the open market A Testimony r David A testified that hr of War Remembered was employed as bellboy at the Hotel Washingion March Morrison Chicago during the of day n June J he gald a gentleman in room 131 me i I would be at leisure to go to the stockyards with I went out there with him and had to carry two i the t n or galvanized lapses He went out to see some man some meat he me We took the boxes and went to a car where there were three or four rowd of Hieat In j eAch of the boxes there were four small er packages containing as I a black or rather light gray colored sub- stance put this into perforated trays made for that purpose set fire to it and placed it under the meat I asked him that was dune for and he said it was done as an ment to the meat day I was to go back and get tho runs 1 I asked him whether it was to kill or but he said to preserve the meat I put my linger on the meat anil tasted it and it burned the end of my i states that imposing funeral services took place in the Church of St John the Baptist in the presence of the friends and kinsmen of the sailor and many spectators The American flag crowned the Mr the director of the museum and leader of the Greek colony well known as it is for his warm ad- miration of the American nation de- livered a speech which deeply all present To March 22 A ence between railroad magnates resenting 30 trunk line railroads west of Chicago and the members of the in- commission will be tion when the plans of the military leaders have Our troops intrenched and the held city td consider the freight T attention tot the situation is practically unchanged The enemy has from making any attacks recently and it would been to death by J i gan a horse rubber The enemies for a long time When they met a ensued which soon ed tO for a decisive movement rate The officials who will attend are mostly tie presidents of the roads though a number of traffic agers and other officials have The conference will be an to a prisoner captured by one and the proceedings in our troops Aguinaldo has announced sense Informal though material re- sults in poor our all the fashionable Shapes and Shades and best dan be BW ink a Hat And you don't have to pay any extra for the name inside the Come and us pee A Suspended Leominster March has reached here of the by the United States authorities of Dr Horace P Nash postmaster of the town of Lancaster Miss Sarah I Lyman who was assistant to Mr has been put in charge of office by office Inspector C H Pendleton of ton pending an Investigation the of- fice accounts The suspended ter is town clerk of Lancaster and holds Other positions in that place appointed postmaster in 1888 the the future are expected from gathering f the when he diew a and plunged its keen blade in the jugular vein a wound which proved fatal in a verK short trine i Grand Nothing Hoose POSTOFFICE MAILS of Case Albany March shadow of the the assembly when Mr T P Sullivan introduced a vesting jurisdiction on the court of to determine of Mary A Prey as Mary A Fleming against the state of New York for damages to have been sustained bjr her liy of her Indictment and for the alleged of her mother and of which she was acquitted In Schoolroom Evansville Ind March H son of State Senator Joseph W oi Pike county cut to pisces Wesley Hurt a young who entered Wiggs schoolroom him only he defended himself with this a way as to leave his antagonist for dead on the floor He was helped by the looked rathier larger than when we wore before He said tnat was simply an of meat from the ice There was a in the car and another odor which I cannot describe T took tie cans to the hotel i i Dr E E Murdock was for two years president of the auxiliary in the Chicago department j and is analytical chemist was the i He stated that he hact several of both canned and refrigerated beef dating back several years Some time in latter part of June 1898 he said canned meat was brought to him determine its character The first i was brought w th the assertion that it was horse flesh but on examination was found to be untrue The witness found thai the meat in j tie can was apparently boiled probably had been boiled somewhat be- t fore It was sealed In the can and Trouble has begun at the can that he will personally conduct the re- at and march into nila within 20 days unless the withdraw in the The Death Report concentration of rebel forces in the Washington March following Malabon gives color to the has been received at war statement of the prisoner i Ment from General Death re- Advices received from by a port 19th and Puerto Principe steamer say all is quiet tiere seph Schuelz saddler Company F United States transport Sherman Eighth cavalry 20th typhoid Private Ne-w York on Feb 3 has arrived Curtis McCabe Company C Fifteenth here A child two sailors and two Cor- vates died on the voyage and phe man poral Charles Wood Company B was drowned in tne ond immunes 18th atty heart The Sherman has on battalion of the Seventeenth United Fatal to by Seattle March deaths imagining that the to officers of Chicago and Alfred Saltiel of To Forta State Constabulary Albany March b Floyd Davis introduced in the senate the which lias been preparing for been removed General ens to burn the town before Jie The Condition of the foreigners there is and there can be no im- traveler for Co of Chicago and Saltiel represented the tional Aft company of New York Three men were injured a quantity of common salt and also of potash called saltpeter These preservatives said the witness must have been in the can before boiling was complete or the last two I and which movement from Mania for a statej constabulary for cities the frst and second class It their protection There Is urgent need Seventeen Yet Harrisburg Marca fifty-fifth A Banker Buffalo March special to Letter New Haven March funeral Professor q was hold in Battell chapel on the services were brief but impressive and were conducted by Professor Prayers were the dence of the late professor to the church services Rev George P Fisher of the Yale Divinity School a eulogy Many of the deceased were present from out of town being pressed instead of the headed police commission for senators on ithe way from the present small force renders ex- American March Great Soon Workmen to Start For Philadelphia March erecting 75 Dalzell 18 Stewart 7 Stone Huff 6 Ritter 1 Rice 2 Widener S 2 2 Markle 1 Grow 1 total vote 219 Necessary to a choice 110 paired and not voting 34 LADIES LIST Wells Mrs Bryan In Nashville March William Bryan arrived from Chattanooga and was met by committee escorted to the Tulane hotel Later he delivered It in this community gang from the Iron works will over tbs risi strike in the mine leave this city in a few days I days the miners hraVe to Africa for of building a the lead and taking out bridge across the Atbara river in the near Khartum The seven spans wide aid the ora taken out is 50 per of the bridge with a total of cent zinc The shaft is down 60 MM feet already been shipped feet and the ore Is easily worked one The order was placed with the man able 10 take out a ton a da y tron works by the British war of- fice less than weeks ago thel com- The Situation In arch An example of the suppressed state before for the benefit Hermitage association he company was given Adam NEWS Senator Lodge shas sailed from New York for England The of Salisbury has left London for the Fred Meyer Maybrook N was killed by a train at that place j Seven people were injured by an ex- plosion In a Paris laboratory The war department has no matlon the in Havana Six af Third cut reached from funeral i of executed On account of mjf in- ability to meet maturing obligations J am obliged to suspend business and close up niy affairs for the protection of creditors alike I have made a assignment to H W Alien lieve that assets will pay al ors in full His are about Ordnance Washington 22 board of ordnance officers met and prepared a system for the examination of officers desire to become members of thf ordnance corps There will be four within a months as the officers who may wish to ferred to the ordnance corps arei tered about the it was found essary to have a uniform plan for their examination tm immense of the Ladles K against the Ma He will be Introduced by Governor to Mr Bettor Santiago March or State Sherman rested well all night the having W of Ackley Station suicide at a hotel in are almost but he is Jamestown i I I I
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