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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 6, 1885, Kennebec, Maine r S VOL. TUESDAY JANUARY 6. 1885. HOUSEHOLD BAKERS S E 5 2 w r V for the t 24 No Settlement i Jan. 5. Judge Field m the Supreme Judicial Coup at Mom an opinion denying the application of Ferdinand A. trustee of P. Shaw to sell the assets Of the firm for for the purpose of Carrying out the offer ot ition of 30 recently mude the bankrupt FORTY-EIGHTH of Ner suggested that it wan hardly the proper system of revenue reform to leave the duty on cotton and tike the tax Mr. motion to suspend the rules and pass the to repeal certain taxes in the internal revenue laws was to 128 TELEGRAPHIC The cake ovens at 350 in hare resumed operations The report that Bismark has lo be Mew York Produce 1 6 No wMCo with nt 1'urtliunl. i it put the ell more of It or It thun nil other like ot null known at Sew ma tf Hons nf n y YOU It a re Aim M AIU I. Tills to TIIB LAME 6, Office of the Chief Signal Officer Jan A. M. For New England and Middle Staes partly cloudy weather local an southerly falling o. The chairman laid before the Senate the of Hon. Justin S. 60 a 303, hi r wheat 100 Mr Kiefer of Ohio moved to suspend the held here is rules and take from the speaker's table Six hundred men and bovs truck at the Mexican and concur in all the Senate Belmont Mt Fa ipu Mr fc the and will keep the tsute Mr Sherman KROM JOKE MORE acid WEAK Annual Meeting ol the Kennebec of IO for iu I and Bud the Supreme Jan. 5. United referred to the committee on of was bound over to f iU Among the bills introduced and referred on the charge of were the f ith intent to rape Bv Mr to create a revenue i of he amount would be Secretary Toller has written to man of the committee on Indian a long letter rivaling to the leases of Randall and turned to Washington and express was Th. at P. the of Mf Coll of moved and Bros. mill lit 1 KOI OF EVERY that W know tt will euro j 1L i 1 i it i uro that It la living r t claim titan wo T U the If in i i by mull a counto our Df r Pi I i Household CM our antl hut nm t v u t our far V I W V I mil MA null it SI 1 M nut h IVH II ho may lor i f t lit Now Guaranteed MAI KM I I rup i i I U 11 ur it Jin S The Kennebec Agricultural Society held their meeting at today There was a large Judge E O. WILD CHERRY Most vit i for ami oil of the t li the Itr f 11 tf for u iv 11 f r In A ot thr anil 1 i by him In fi r over no j i Hi EVERY A BOTTLE J I It In IVot a family n nn Auk fur COUCH T A K F OTII Ci I i url K It parlor I i jy r n Hold by all AT a re-election The following officers were elected I I of Mount Vcr non O Nickerson of VK e Nelson of r ip A of B ot Hill II Stevens and 1) ot Read lii Id Henry ol (i h ot B K M F Jones of 1' of 1 the expenditures of luit t The Winthrop Milli Co have just made a of 10 per Some of the 1, iu my eleet eil following nt their annual I f1 Purr Wood finances a fair showing fur past the Appointment ol Deputy sha i in Cincinnati at the Lute Jan. 6. The Congressional committee to gate the of United States marsbaU in this city it the October Hon Wm began their work this f Coui tpot No X No 1. M. No 1. Jo 3TI, No t ilo 3, a SSj No 1, ito Mi SS u n 16 u 39, Willie n 10 Out loaf and J a 61 731 bid TAI 1't'KK-Mtrs 90 1C 00. fi a 7, 7 Brm quirt the survivors of the Arctic expedition Mr Miller of California offered a resolution winch calling on the secretary of state for copies of all treaties except the postal treaties entered the United the ratification whereof has been ex- of treaties as have been changed or U S Marshal Wright the first witness gated called explained that he appointed The Senate then proceeded to the marshals The ation of bills upon the calendar third tune and officers of and general specials were for at the and were of the as farlas knew not residents were not paid by the from funds put in his ham s ui known Among the bills read the passed was one to permit sels in collision wuh government vessels to sue the United State s The then took up the 1 lie deputy marshals were oy him and Mr Wilson spoke in us with 44callibro bu 1 revolvers Six favor hundred of tin se tamo to him by express Mr Sewell said that while he did not think from New that any great abuse d in the railroad He had mi that would cif the country yet he justify him in saying that tht v had that a of was that a uniform mM uf m Iron a continuing special and Car Co Pa nr u j and the Zinc Works at South Bethle Mr Withs of Kentucky demanded a second h resumed morning which was to 61. Mr. Potter qt New York said the time had A complimentary dinner was to come when the bankrupt bv 0 of at the absolute necessities of the some 35 or 40 ing the two failures had risen from with whom bas served in the board of A number of Boston merchants and bank ors bave prepared a protest the lalion of the proposed be country a id Spain and will trims mit the same to Congress Snow of Vt who In June ol a pi r Stanton anil se IK ed to for life Tun on petition of rt tin 1 imil ami the In was tried York Nun Ull 0 lor and lor i Unit il and fi doc 000 000 by the republican national but supposed that so He it lv that the men were to preserve at the polls be About of the revolvers were re- turned He dul not know what became of timt h ai tending to the s in exceptional exist Mr all denied thai of railroad slot k was as hail been some ago in a Mr Morrill that on tlie (i uld not remt mber the day next be woul 1 mi the at number of the houa in Maiden N Y making some remarks on 114 ms ex- 1 Some it to to which the returned IH still in progress A HAND 6r HOUGHS the 1 J Meeting of Maine Central Director 1 Civil fellow's of Went Virginia In a Organized in a Court Jan 5 reports from Calhoun are lo the effect that a reign of terror exists in the sout i and when crn part of the county is mountainous and For a of roughs have been engaged in outrages fit various kinds Social and church meetings ex- 1 Some it to I the sense of so-called re- itv with nations of inferior population and wealth should be regarded with A message was from the transmitting the report of the of the recommend ng some lon for disarming the and other Indians such action shall found necessary for their advancement in civilized the Indi ins to com- for the arms thus The went into the doors weie ad- The mot on was supported by i Mt sard of Henderson ol ley of Adams of New and U Neill ot Missouri Mr Hammond of Georgia didn't think tlie would pass if eten u nas nxi d lor its The people he believed would be more with a bankruptcy law limn one Mr of Illinois said this lull v as Worse than the IStu Mr Willis of Kentucky lus lest against the If it more would have to bo 11< that the hill in tins inse meant begun work before tlu eri from all nf H prompt ptal of the law The law lie an open to It would be a nip tation to wil 1 speculation would ruin the country Mr Collins said that If the inea of the wero fair enough to nive ua bearing he would undertake to them a convincing reason whv it should a law did not know the gentleman from Kentucky not his SHOD Not more than SOU offices by the gentleman from Illinois had said that the was fur by interested parties interested in the honest settlement of debt h for Oiu il ami nu prior n M It in t in I M IH vi K wt n 1 1 inn In Id tml at Sun ram HI i M i n tbt tint ilt ot tht il si iu s nt i t lit in to rs hux ei lift n il lor I ships and Kt ti ahum thi wont Alri a for tin purp IKI tinn iht 40 that nt At 4 nut us Albany 7. of M J was for r by tu Ih tain in nominated for r Win C of OSM Hid will about 11th inst for New to visit union exposition the condition of public nf fairs it HIM to t bis M KW A AMi li If 1, 1 It i i N WJ rn I t ml Kru IO 4 1 1 it rn Union n I i Ml i til r li r llll A f i in H MHA r r r s U Inn n jtl firm KYU r o 11 I'll n Hi Hi l K 4VS t S it tin anil li ri on Wt HI n i link v 1'oiiTi.AND, Jan 6 The Maine Central Railroad directors held a meeting litre today They authorized issue are broken many people being injured in occasioned bv the death of in ten and twenty-six per the that always followed Private from the 19th congressional district of anil those he represented were tit plans He will be accompanied in that some members of the cabinet and lo The m ition to suspend the rules and fix a return to Washington in about 10 days day t le consideration of i ng Was to necessary John A elected io fill the vacancy f n Mr. Billmont of Now York offered w A lo on foreign that die President be re- n of in block on h t r j will TI tin 7th nt liin Inn Huh of Nt mi hand all wf fri dill 1'rovlilcnie ami appeared and took oath of office the call of States tho following bills in North Bridgeport lust The c was a fight to the finish with harp lusted oW and one half minutes knocked down and was in f lams ss anil i Ills stoc k I mil i uol xi In In III houses were and the inmates tu the in to all fellow s to unveil ft p the bust of the which is coming from testimony w is being taken England to tbu Maine Historical Society 111, says mil Nil yeans till In IM Ilii k li I It I T 104 with for five r Jit ot Inuii all lioln Hi KII of your drug R M it on vf dollar pur II iu buy H from your but If ho It ill not Iw to try something list but r at from as directed 112 WALL ST. NEW YORK Boston N II Jan. 5 TliC cts of maximum fares freight on the Boston Maine system up before the railroad at N II by pointment J II general super- intendent J W of the northern W J C gem ral freight and J ticket appeared and asked the to fix the maximum passenger tariff at cents per mile on the whole system the whole By the House of started knocking guards down that the President Le requested assaulting the court and witnesses One form this body whether has so of their si a revolver and held Hon John A Kasson ant Gen W S thc crowd at bay until he and his company and if he is respectfully requested escaped They now are hidden in the to state the reasons winch liave impelled him Adjourned FOREIGN NEWS PREPARING W THE said Kassun and I he is further re quested to inform the House whether m the letter of authority to them or there conditions affixed to or limitations Considerable Fighting Necessary to placed upon the exercise at their authority as move sm h and if conditions were CM Kan Jan S Troops arrived todav from lo to tako such a step If he has so accredited A Squadron by was will and considerable in lerest manifested The meeting last even ing was at the Baptist vestry and thin ing will bo In the The Maine Central K K Co of putting gates M all their crossings in slow ill clert nl use land One Hide ol the Cabinet Knows Where It 1.1 A petition to abolish Common Council r ln of will ho to Kler trii r. winter hut we have not jet that sin in nov any argument advanced in of AIK b L I 4 It certainly cannot be to reduce A great sensation has been in aro whether they Were made known by reports of extraordinary i i i to the and the President itv at the Portsmouth navy It ther requested to impart to the such that just after the rising of the cabinet conn Many can be advanced in favor may be In. power tending yesterday a peremptory dispatch from tbe continuing it and there may br n State to be erected department was received at the r M H and maintained by ihe taking part in Portsmouth naval It ordered the im- So long as the the conference to be republican or call lo their of officers and sea wc nt Hi newt r cry Mr Oco V Willing Midi wifi him fur nu In thai nlu i I not two hot It 1m I do her own work Bittern will do all that in for uf Only CO onU a f at it it on tnc ui appearance ot by the agents an various roads doing Gen. 1 hopes tbc win not resist not this i Iners in New Hampshire called on to but if thoy will of anj where Capt roue In colony ln iorm The President is also re- who wero absent the fitting The consideration of freight tariff itoo m This section wil he to give an opinion as to the out of a squadron for at the non awaiting the of by three troops from Hill ami two from delegates from the United possible moment The city of Ports s in such international conference would mouth has been with billets to deny the right calling upon crewn to if alliance European sovereigns their ami the streets have been pa peaceably there Hill be A to set up on the con- by boatswains and colonist direct from a camp arrived governments of such form as to them corporals capturing stray sailors and Ian 5 He states that Boomers are 8eem whenever for The government were ut t all well armed ard will not he removed ex- arise rounded bv crowds ol and There was a sparring exhibition nerc by y By Mr. authorizing the Bartholdi relatives and as each small boat load of men niait between Jako Kilrain of and There was no collision between Day s mun to be for a also pulled off for their Vessels the from i of Bangor Four and the as the the office of assistant chief signal shore were tearful as Jerry Murphy ot r serere that the soldiers move with the rank and pav of a colonel ot mert were about to take part n i i L lu as called if they are removed burn every Mr Cox's purpose in this is to At the admiralty in there in city favor of retaining that branch of the council The officers nf John B Hubbard Post G A wire installed last by 1'ost Commander John W Auk for Hough on colds scira for till ILII kl tui of Four and the as 1 he weather the office of assistant chief signal shore were of 9O severe that the soldiers move rank and pav of m ot though the mert were abou uto rounds were and both men can mave out They desperate engagement came up tho when lime was called threaten if they are removed to burn every Mr Cox's purpose in for the fifth round tho decided the ranch out in and Cherokee strip a position for Lieut Greely By Mr. Hopkins of contest a at 110 some time declaring Kilrain to be the best mail to pro Fourteen Dead His Jan resigned to accept vide for the erection nf a public building By Mr Tut ker of to increase ushers me reinforced by policemen of Sioui Iowa Jan 5 number of judges United States courts thv and even alter tbu News baa been received which is be- artel to prevent delay in the administration of guard bad been passed bv enterprising to be that the bodies of U justice reporters find the men hava been tound between a point 29 Mr of lo jt that a vide fur the erection of a mer and harbor foreign polity has agreed to be in charge of a ln yle prolonged cabinet salary of held on Friday and Saturday A. to what of the earth or ocean thu new mr. HISCOCK 01 wew moved to vigor is to be manifested there is a pend the rules and dismiss his hill abolishing of opinion All sorts rumors are in the internal revenue tax on is to the effect that England The Christmas tree exercises at the Bap list church were well and the from of candy to gold watch were thankfully re The church was handsomely dec- or The Turn of the was enacted at Grand Army Hall on is a bustle of which is wholly Thursday evening The hull was well and there is also an air ot j but one opinion is given concern Attention is tailed to the la of J II Porters ing whith la proving itself M cases of have bcra saved by the aid ot tlits wonderful reint dy at Hit all ney and urinary by 91 A ami who from any lion of the Throat and can find a certain In Or Kind's New for Thousands of permanent cures verify the truth of Ibis statement ran show such a record ol tan snow sue n a 01 impenetrable mystery Hie and tho thal ln once t nip reinforced ov nf p r Wood fur several years agent of and Gordon vtoc for the erection of a river lur severa The were to be in charge of a com of the and treasurer of new tr of rivers and with a tho Water Power and Gas Light lias d d men are 0< the recent terrible 84.WO to accent the of two M Mr. Hiscock of New York move asion was enlivened by excellent and flinging from four young n trom loss of the roads rough recent of Mr John vens for San from made the occasion of numerous and prc sents to him Mr Stevens in a and is well and known here He has the of fur the Pacific of Life Insurance ami will prn now gratefully proclaim owe their lives to this New Discovery It will cost nothing to it a trial Free Trial But lies at Divine Coughlin s Drug Store cents and 00 of Thousand Colds lead to Mettled Croup Whooping relief by Arnold's Cough Killer I Mill decreased to ibat In support this last named is Warren has been Nn a u tr t m Mr O of Mo said tint tlie purpose d that Cul Sir Charles who to bis house bf for several and ft ol of the lull wan to a certain peculiar was stnt to Capi at the head of a may not be able to return to his room JsM TUP iLd Jan 5. Jap j. was already robbing the people expedition to Boer duties for some davs to come the m SlP l treasury has The today Hal should do nothing on the arrived ir Cape Town a month freshmen and a invited friends went on a house at for Cn Ud Sta tariff qUt It at the das done nothing as yet out one evening last k The kod a transfer of the custom house before the 20th It is 8tnpendoui blunder of pawing the the ostensible of his It and travelling were all that could to Mount Desert It will be made r i tnc purpose ol nis It aim uu mav v van to wul BIB jjr of contended 18 suggested that he mav be under orders to be They a four horse team j the of Deputy Collector Gilbert to be placed in nomination he will that the would cause ihe enure co-operate with the fleet at St. and drove to North they Sieml for circular and u of the internal on distilled and instead of a sumptuous banquet prepared for n. p. K. E Simpson spirts and would operate as confiscation of will be the scane of the struggle in They afterwards returned to now in the Southern ville by way of All speak of it at I of the dealers A nig E M. Earthquake u. I K base Mr. of regarded the measure event long to Jan. preston and others brought as an to be brought forward S. Y. Jan. 6. Fire in F. O. laundry at jn tae 0, s. court at Cincinnati for at thu The report of the secretary o. An earthquake shock was felt here about ij i a loss of several hundred an of the of the the treasury that the public debt was 6 o'clock damage WM classes of WM to follow the 24 tie lor to give the bore of the HudMa For the Cure Whooping In- Consumption and for the re- lief of consumptive persons in ced the For Sale by all 15
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