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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - June 3, 1881, Kennebec, Maine FMM to the Daily 1 only the ro- 3aLjj Friday June 3- Mr. commences career u editor of the York Post by Canal The parade in Boston of 800 of Ihe league of cun one of the most were and interesting sights of the the various objects of At noon The i- growing in public they an excursion on the Island is parade in by the for the short term mood as fallows reported bv ihe Providence Star as saying in of his domestic that r u H. Burnham he thought a on a business ba- could now In- made by the parties to tn both and he believed such a le himself was not op- to a he C Chicago June 2. rotteT the 1 The Richmond the SEX at and cash lowing a of the platform to be Ss for 43J; Sept. u- tor bid for 281 for Tke W. June 2. This St. commandery of Portland taken jn to 1 known and now only to be reeled w f tt i with aU the of conviction fortified at ii A of tlie debt lfl cash and fur CHORUS OF 1000 VOICES state of that wild of A. ft ui A. li 1N17, in dull j n and bounded o i of Let I the hj of U establishment of a free equal and impartial execution Short S Short b 30; o' the These measures The first rote in the general convention public are necessary to the progress j iand prosperity of the State and essential to y t f 'd reception Cor The ote lor senator Plait in the Xew York i runs so low that the of Home Administration man over June 2. At the annual Eastern Normal School Thursday i graduation Walter Say wan of c ui George than tho Administration side Know ton A. the men chase of L Easy of to Platt will be remarks by R. limit will of conferred not be 34 19 11 The convention then voted to fill the ra the peace and harmony of our people of all and anr the most effectual as means lo the restoration of he real union of Belcher the sections tml population without w liuli our Federal syi tem is a curse instead of a The in Germania Orchestra tlie of A. of Bo Tlie to be will he from SAS June s. In a dilion to the abote the The are the cloning official prices ol ot Spangled ami A A California A lu ml u on i Best fc Trow T The slats convention was called Va. to order at 12.15 by Bn in the ab- lo sence of Gen. chairman of the stat central and upon his John Paul was temporary tie made a but stirring A committee on and permanent organization was At Ihe Ma Eureka consol s Curry Noonday li Grand Prise Uale 11 Northern Belle 4i 3 Overman 1) age Sierra Nevada 2l Union consol Yellow Jacket 1) Mh King d. The to lie hi 100 j ladies from AM SINGERS of joining this at the B A I- rin on at fill It. 1 KM Ull ill Alll 1 U ron on tli i i i it td Hoj utou on of tlie road afon And at lie Vud lu r Hut to th. r. 4 1.11 U I Chicago ft Kuck cancy caused by the resignation of hone received with vociferous j following v. amount of a celebration ance better than e 8> on a clans of twenty by Slate Superintendent A newspaper published Harper's A beautiful day and the J next made an with John Brown for his bv invitation of the Mr. H Ferry an took there on which would he impossible Fred an es i o. i. S. l raped furtive and now a 0, San in at Ihe National Will preach at the next Van A concurrent tnd was us pastor several Mr. to tate by remain in thU some Hen till Tuesday in is to be relied recalled joint they ba Again to fill 1 i the vacancy caused by ihe resignation of ol public have HO far not changed from teen bv the A ln to vote was as i Chicago 1U< He made a Chicago IM his position in the ami 1'rctrrixd, St. 1'-'- tlie bourbon to si It- the convention ure to free Mich. people from bourbon and to lilt Union Co. tlie blight of bourbon democracy which in upon You are to the old Stale and her the moat cordial lions M ith all the of our and put an end to anil obliterate race After the second ballot name o the and was received with great ap burger came to the and that York Mock i f vt 0--------IT -u C. 0. Water AMI and at the Hose of his address was was ordained over by tile State's Attorney who one years this at the age of 19, John j not a candidate before the convention he j the ild see hone was next nominated the adopted in enthusiasm and the c invention at until 10 A. M. WASH consolidation of two telegraph ol June 2. Suil been Wheeler the brought here against He Term Cotta of which John Lynch of is on charge of The of lieu ars that ihe principal all interj ests tiro bettor served and at less He says general has arc S. K. John Lynch and J. the and the of is expedition and than it while the price of Narrow ing has In Mt. P Hinds of was seriously injured Iho ol the standard silver day by an which he dollars rotn vaults has 1 at last through at the ex sense of the 17 1 Mr. C. Ellis recently been occupying a situation in the banking of M. of spending a week with his in The members of the bar in the ol in this lily ot late Judge in a a most tribute to bis A now iron been pin in at the water works on Mr. lias commenced bricks .it Ins jaUl lie Charles Trask ten lo bm lo be tor Mr n Irom and New llu n of K I. H 1 ti n ol .ml tilt i in in 111. ol It s Ill v on n ol In mm k in ill. n win re tlin tur H -T i t. nun I i m mi fit lit. n. 1 tli II -I Ul 01 I Mm 17. ISM i d 11.111 n 1 01 v i OHIO -In tlir lit to Ion nu I1 Mil Thursday and MAY and 13th. 1 I Jsl I 1 VII ill M VIM nit iaU oint n ill. I i it i- nil lu nd 01 ir n 4 th. Mild It r 11 Jill bi t I MI to lit n n tl IMI lit MI Hi toi ing HUM 11" In .ir t it tl n t tit l I Mip 1 both Slither Bradle Balance The second tor a successor to itV construction as of fishing articles treaty of 1B71. The money will be distri among the Remainder of the New York Chamberr of The joint convention adjourned till Recess until Stw June The Chamber of Fortune Hay Affair Settled Kir Edward residing on this gave Secretary Blaine a He been confined to the a lime draft for which is the Mim from the of a blow from a agreed as a com for while at work at his being a inflicted ypon fist in For- tune Bay This 1 settlement has been his dentil He was made wil i the best ol feeling on ihe part of 71 years ot and a respected uiH make u of m. p nt l lint u in V i n i Thu will be held in An i. H. of ly captain of the Troy firmly believe that Dr. is a honest preparation Friday ST. limn It 4 111 In HT in 1 ti ut Hull itic md tin n u. I ol umil ant HI AUtH t K ami 1J- i uim n IH cm lln tlr n i t i i tmu lor Ml of the dollars that June The convention of the hron coined sinco thai remain National Woman held in the treasury than IhK some the dollars then in circulation tlle were have their way back and E A The amount outstanding has steadily de- The at the rate of a little over a month still and of intention of a special appointed to a reply to the letter uf the Secretary ut the Onu June 2. At an inquest of her 4, ta the duties on sugar he Victoria the evidence of Mr. which should be and that an excess THE the steamboat of duties collected on sugar tj be of it He considered Uic machinery all right which was made lengthy by a report II The hull and well ing the stand taken Secretory i Engineer Roberti was a skilled man and The committee was of same opinion that on I of will soon be- chains and rigging of one the of had overstepped come an important one if the present the schooner Mary K. wrecked some W. F. Adans testified that he helped re- power in issuing an order in the dition silver dollar continues on- weeks ago off Wells have been sold build the and noticed that the joints and that the of bis order i in her upper planking were not upon the rights of im of The to parties in Considered that when ihe collapsed she was report as Mr now of tha Concord lint the Maine Junc dard a pamphlet from Chester ieal sketches uf members ot Hie r a leBk ln New Hampshire legislature and men of the A thorn is the of Mr. Chandler who was lor partisan by tho Bay and for full of water A COOli 1 i LITTLE Ark. June a. Humor savi of I by the ST. PETERS June It is reported last general assembly to investigate the bonks that the reception of Gen. of the lale stale made was received neither a dec- in Ihe shape paid by Ihe oration nor clerk of ihe proceeding tbc last The Russian political police have arranged The accounts of over paid news 1 June 2. The to send agents to track socialists in paper bills of several ad- States as Solicitor i of the 1'ortland. i 1'prtsmoiith allot princip e in vance on postage and for copy William K Ward 5, will be held next Monday forenoon at Horn in and has always resided in that city Was State reporter fiom June 1S.VI, to member of The Strike of Steamship the legislature in speaker i of tho in was appointed on tlle ise who LABOR Forster Detained in June 2. Forster will be detained some days longer in owing to the aspect pf affairs Fortune Bar Juie 2. In firemen and under foreign in giving in- t IB for the printer were Indications lor the Next 21 THE of Hood's 8anaparllla upon all low conditions of tlie blood It the best BLOOD Such has been the of this W at that nearly every whole neighborhoods have U at tho It rl and the and ot blood ot a debilitated nervous system mental or physical care or tt all foul and renovates the whole A point la that H creates an and np and too and proves as a protection from that in of Uie 01 I. Hood A affords My nan been such ibal for some yean past 1 have been obliged to take tonic of nome kind fn the and e never found anything hit my as your It tones up my purifies my my and lo me Respectfully J. P. or Middlesex Co. a or tor 3., THE MISSES SULLIVAN BURGESS II I. 1111.lit- Summer O 3ening in Y. ol A On HH Ion it tin nl I anil 1 lull iin mi i Hu n thai 5 hi t t ni j I net on C ti il i- nu ai in Nt f M Ut v r il iii ml IM tn ion i MI mi i h iMi r win vt 11 In u nip ui 1 Iin r v inn ui IM hit I nt -on nl pin in u Inn In r nu i i i lorn I in U n ill K plun Itn t mi IK -I nit i ii 1 1 H i 1h< on ti i ol in hi t il cil ui i i r umJ ID r I t lull r jii -I n Store next to Wilson's H A. L L O A in i UH In. n tin t i. if M Ilh in In of nil In Inu I tirn ml II 1. In on tht M. to 1" tin will ut lute in wild tor in hat In- prior to ilw oi ID r nt w paper in till jx niti d mity ml nt n ol 1'robatc, to he n at ami il nt not In- nnd til w ill and 1- in ol Mild O. Office Washington Jane It. 1 a. m. S. Solicitor ami Advocate struck for an of per been aUo agreed For the New md ani Middle March 9. President month m their wages holding to como to an arrangement relative to the partly cloudy weather local variable tu only the mails affaira i winds mostly or and Aslant the States line had to the de- temperature followed by falling 17. which lio This Ward's ine gave an Nov was a member green handa were en- of HIP in Mallory's of the here was sentenced ot tin I I in for years per al and the of Special Weather r R Cautionary signals from to ST. June 2. The ring leader snd 1H72. and delegate to tlie from the strikers in the tn high Conventions and Was aome are under the 2. The statement is denied wimis prevailed on tlw South Atlantic 1 nn in their de- that three policemen were killed the brisk and easier v the New nominated to the I riot at The people and and I the police who returned the west ihe r Mt one of the About hundred center in a southeasterly j were now over the Indications are t ml fair wi aider will the A nf of United States Solicitor was refused byi the States principally by and on political and partisan thai the luti .it In it that In lu litu AH the pf are lo i v name lor with ail hull tn ore to to N. 1S8I. mac tn mut nt A Jur e 2. June Shortly mel announced the death of a Inter Ocean is i ler eleven o'clock this the house at and the precarious condition of. a i Crocket in owned by Capr number of soldiers from injuries received in lull it no stock in uiB and occupied bv wicow the riot there No Thomas an American the slanders against Secretary In w partially or received dangerous in- killed Tuesday night jy the Mexican police i late number it -us and Mrs. who resided in though several were knocked in the The origin of tie is w wild are the rounds to have n whose object At Several of rend lo Ihe effect that very the was a. Mrs. Oilman kmmn 10 June 2. Slight of Mining Company m in ihe have government bond's fn the quake Mt. were a burning the in the Frank and Amos A who was manslaughter at were lo five vears in 8TOHACH Thr Travel Irr the of Ity taking with ti in stomach to con- nf Mi nt minor ti li lit rt for lid 11 tl it uf mid tin on in 17 All of In hi d ihe of IA of r in in uf lot in f a id Win tn in MIU 28 M- st 4t, successively tn n cond ol tu In it in all Inter at H at and tin r uf IM f not d i O. t fin the nf ol latr of in to II follow of for viz A lot of Ian I known Brown In n lo known Df will show that Secretary will be involved in the star route Ha 4 reformers who FT. 2. A train on the to evil ot Pacific was by -A the of a bridge ami members of the ning two nun M 11 ed me it. eruption of broadband tho a shock of lani the in the (I NEW thr lour III on lute ol In make a trip lo ho have made their The engine and nine cars laden with Vote lor the State own went The brakeman was N. Jane 2-The New President Cartiel of our are already be- at 9 A. M. The Monroe I to whimper over the recent high waler rendered bridge by the committee appointed ol The i The vote for was tht left Albany Thursday for in their cises lor whole number necessary for a York On He will re- in tht lather June o Elder of the George K. turn to Albany ai lo Ocean Cincinnati letter to ill Dodge had 311: Warren G. 503; The of New in no such feeling or the asking prayers for Archbishop Frank Charles H. ted D. M. Clark for mav verv disagree with the letter jinking 432. and Bell declared elected both to hU and hU at the in A then taken till the both .is to hw and hU Browll OMo The k of h- but thai Mr. Blame will ever be found affected health for General Until Captain Arrive the swindlers aud defrauders ol the at Ihe we do not believe NEW Jane 2. Grant among the That he may June 2. The schooner Captain Kac a were on the have friends and are in that of while lying cf de- tHA nn A ring of wo think quite that lie take anv extraordinary In ths of K. In Al in on llif of Mny dera A. U of fn il i fur In notice Him I of to Monday ol Franklin and a to one should not Itc O. lathe tlon far ai mid Smith In paid and receipt ill full to date of all New York If BW June 2. lite likely but An agent fairly at n on dosed at 3. the schooner John Quincy Adami of the a tug boat to the Exchange Heady the of ihe rantine station tn bring them to the If ano Cov uirt of taid nurt for tald 01 janer J and bonds it the vill to screen them from punishment we had her torn off. do not Mr. Blaine is a man of the will permit great and force of June 2. In the Supreme ane n e lie would have been a leader m any Court at Eleanor for the Base and in any He more her At 1; 6. warm personal friends than anv man in tember WM lound At 8; 7- in and ordered to be At 2; 0. to at 1. 101. f aid Smith IS 1IEKKBY that and to nil claims ber haff Iwen duly appointed Administrator OD tlie bait of said and tt Heeming that he on the of have the from u careful examination Al tt appears at lean from him arm by an IB the County of and amicable all and by giving bond the law to Skid or ai All having notice ol thin application be all the deceased an- to ex parties to the of thlt the for and all Indebted to to be held at m the 3nb day ol estate are to make Immediate payment to A. D. ten o'clock in the by H. M. tiou twice a In the and May Courier and Daily Witness toe Hon. Edward Judge nf the said fourt nt Court and at In DIs- on the Monday of 1881. y W. tlie eJ bite of In raid J. having for to sell thr real of said for the payment of The barn and about four acres of laud In 3d Kange of Ion of ihe In notice be three weeks prior to the fourth Monday of in Ihe Kennebec a newspaper printed In that all persons Interested may at at On thf III II A preni lor oil ut In 1hrM weisi in thr In In thai all may attend nt u nurt to be on Moi 4a< of If tlie should i In ii IS iM her n dult nun nil tin M OM Int. i the I Ml thin fon tin MI 1.1 dm arr ful ami nil art to make to AMAMM April Messenger's ill 1H1 MAIM f S April Mth. A W Irt III r. Hint nil tl 1 ill April nun cif of K r. nt in 1hf in uf nni llll oil 1-1. dull reft on thai Hie men I di th htr or Inr hrr IIHI unt r nn of Mini u ill lie In M ul ii ol nrt U i In Ill II .II 111 111' n i nit tin II AH of I Notice of W o h. A In J In t or I OB. and nl -I and JJ d lo llu c. of hand r. In d. the con of Mid Alilin rl a lo the In ax niaw and do Wall April 21. 1W1 AC Ef CY OF. aa. Emery aad and Price MOD. 4_rf written order Cores and all Bilious and Probate to beheld at tbe and if why of p. clear P JOS. U. Brigade Hay 1M1. EMERY O.
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