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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 12, 1885, Kennebec, Maine VOL. MONDAY JANUARY 1885, NO. 1O. -J Wr there If of can a specific tor rhe but who IUM Mirti n 1 Its hive greatly eel il i H you have la t I ri r 'T I u t with rheumatism twenty v I'll no but pi w it waf almost HI n s Han ip did me more good I n medicine I ever H T Shirley Village Miss i I tim thre e ari and Rot no c f till I took S irs It has pi it things lor me I It to ftom Mo. If xl U rb ir le by (i il Mits 1st tin ot li 1 u the f tin i Hi result is i nn dli liu unusual s unknown II k tint lining Ho I s i t 1 irn us I M 1 1< i I V for the New 24 War Office of the Chief Signal Officer r Jan 10 A M For New England and Middle States warmer cloudy rainy weather followed by colder southerly shilling falling barometer MAIM H. Grant With the Judgments He Holds Against Her I letter of this Gen Grant and NEW V i myself felt that it would be ungracious to your princely and hence hit note to rou But upon reflection I find that I cannot and will not accept your in anv form I that vou will pardon this Presents apparent vacillation and consider Ibis answer definite and final With great and a sense of obligation that will I am YORK THE JOHN Capt. Condition He That He Entrapped in Mr. J. S. Clarkson's Serious Charges TOOTH Very Gratefully JULIA D GRANT the Mortgages on the i U J -i s i t 1 1 my n I d tli irn us im i tnd M 1 1 being found on the Queen either on thu side This was by Mr St or lf of tht alager of who maintained that the had occurred be would sure to House should proceed to the consideration of known about it that Offered lo or the Prohibition ings Quite a brink and apparently personal col Mr Hurst considers the lured for tht purpose deluding tht ignor ant Irishmen Tne Commercial sat gin eral impression the to the late vice ii presi lent of jhc H it word to most Li who ii t h Thi ii i is t meaning by Ir 11 11 h ia off tl tlko rfi 11 for Uln un 1 i ur i t t t W II K IllK 111 oil t jmi Ii u i tor t m antl t In tli f iion i reel the e f t Hit i and wi n I AH tlm la tbo On mm H win only by i fatuity ami no w It i r t t Hi i n by rt lleif I y 1 ri ii v nn t nil i urn mi we'll to w I i 1" r i It rui of A IB a m but in its tie It is un- liko nny yet Mon tho li tn r unit from 11 ll UK in if tbo syt n nr 1 if it In that liuni Llu n nt il m elo to Ruffe r on and t r I wiu 11 bti w 111 WILL Cure You nn ir r your g vi wo il i tin on re o' n dollar i ilia ve i I y ir your drumri t tint ir ft li vii Ii il ii it t to liy Mime I lit r Mil one e train UN an din co. 112 ST NEW YORK H. Km Jan 10 1, J Crockett adjutant i Mht eli nt ot Maine V net a he y wl Im n in li tti rs from u pout Mr re ik tt tl it 3l> ot tl because thi came from Gen The overwhelmed bun in llu in xt tht anil re of the Vou and hi sent me within a days of turn tht ib e ds of voor joint pr riles to cover this ol public measures but llu millon was thi lo e ill on for Ihe at 1 went into a of tlie whole on the naval appropriation oil and complaining that tin le H It b 11 m for e euse Irelind in J ing trail who utre 1 in In in w spape r in One the Ii ill tht are to part nn nt bee n ikn I'm In HAM i u Jan 11 It is reported that tin mill mish a i d blind i t I was I MS 8-'D no minimum i tion and my on the ground victories and belli vi il It 1. to compute them having all over tlu bt T in all int world These s in his juelg mint worth tho At his tin re an c u d ti or tu n ni n win an about IIH A I lie H hale re I varil fur t will e thu who threw the ate 111 into II e Army Hull hint injuring two 10 re pi r 1 li'S SN that I am at Co tn lit these as mv tbe of the whole mat li r in accord my fellings is this I you lib your debt arid mi nt hold against Gen tin on his real estate and all liol I and coupled bv the that the com from the United Stall cities and and all artie b s of historical value aim mti ri HI shall at the or if you without a voti thin went into commute u on the consular Mr linnia tit stated tin ap i hj the 81 or 2'H Ihe Iin mi t tin ot the rs e I both suits ol mid cul met statt d p nt Mr of lie was to the appropriation money to f bit Inl 1 bm should linn i r nn a dj i the hi Ihe n UHH nui Ii as to c arry e 1 be tin safety eil tin both in this e inn trv and in 1 1 and H us i ll in lit it I ri ci di front Ins tli it Inn had teio should In punished doi s nut e iiri ti plu i bin head in tin lion n mouth and ti f thi iri nili nu n i u liu 1 fn IK poult in department on Wednesday for that ai ti will me 11 willi vour of mien Iin by the on foreign and with tlu kindest regards to your bus tent men verse ip affairs pern for the ration of lliu band Iain Unt In positions As long as the rule Senate providing fur the Yours of poverty pay to and f poverty pay to ministers and consuls there would be poor Mr of tin service us nub an ns tbe e Hit bun t lost tlu tin win read sei lions tor ami nls Mr llolman of Indiana d a pi int of ntry inlo Its rn H H t that end i were at home the e crowded half a men n hoin mini of tin ae knowledge km u IK li re d nt lOit pre m that ntti stums ol go t naught 11 un visits tin aUer I i ili Bit in Ills 3 e at bisk anil llu manifest ne NH In i d w lit n ti unit as lo tin Blubbing Hire bold un v hut M Pin Ian ne knemn inn Phil iir rs ol an I lie a w IN MIND i i Hin t 111 4 II pll I S U III I ll Hli VII ALLOW BLOTCHES I MI win n 1 Ua It th ly IH AND SLEEP 1 ill j ii H 1 i ll i it tht nt i I ii Ilium HIT n i in will issue of note s to bunking W 11 VANDI linn T and the replied as the the treasury to Jan 10, 18HI Hive st lawful v eh In the treasury nr slr intrust by national banking lations for drant nu to answer your let the of their ti r ol this evi ning ami to sat that while sin I howl lire not toi ti ymir at in trans interim M ilth rotinn ol rring to lur Ihe given lo sicuri appropriation hills I lii dist of the di bt of she e annot ai ei pt it in r against the prut tiling a consul one of tht re il lull will be She accepts with pb asure ihe trust at Madrid 1 thu luri if tin entire day should h npi In to Its rated in and tilt Him I Phe Ian Mr Dunne by the on r to go to the nt ol the k out thi ik I know if is k k. of Ihe on United death or soon r at her DIP then rose and the re porting the Indian In thu mutter you have adjourned wih I anil an i flort will hn made to tin h I had contemplated pass it as soon as the diplomatic dis of the They will bode It n the to ihe government ae soon as arrange harbor appropriation will bo reported be maele for their The i or I As soon the ft to all the oilier prope will The m I alter as opportunity an tHurt will with the request that vou have it be made to pass it promises lo be a the proe applied to the strenuous conic st the week bi of the debt which I so justly owe vou ihe of tin mite ml orders the ad slated in vour with the ot which have the of the bei n thu House for so ne time action which brought me in vour debt I In tin Senate the naval appropriation to add that I giving j is likely to be reported and for dis check for the without in Sudan and Conant mission early in the week discussion of M nn act of marked and Messrs Day and Allen tbe Slate bil anil ihe Nicar The loan to mu pi Day and aguan will probably consume the re- I the money as I believed to the rt the II AS IK HA in New 1 he ol the mainder of e 111 GIVE UP i t ir tit tin i nf i i t nn Impuro II M in hmo Vi lino I i il U H u l ml lii nil n f illi il to rt ai ll li ti proved to bo i AND Further in the Marine National Bank over a being as flint the Was solvent but owing to its unusual calls needed assistance until tt could mil in lonns I was bj Ferdinand that the firm of Grant aults I cannol wilhout assuring and tin tin ik 1 Ki unit y f Ihe assault out ol a 1 don t think It H that Phi Ian is a traitor us IH said I know bun to an honorable gi ami patriotic I little nr noth ing eif the mutti r d in his in an but made no I he dnl Pin Ian an I him if tbe interne w vas hut YORK Jan 10 I don t think a reply The next The national base hall league was m private on to w session today ni the Avenue Hotel The York I suppose he went to tell Kossa b w as not tlie author of tin interview or to with Kearney belli that be was trappi 1? That I don t know I hi luxe this how that Capt Phelan is not the man his brother in tin news pipers He would not guc them away al but it he should could get better pav from the government There The result I B Maloney Messrs Kearh and Hog crs M Mills The resignation of the Cleveland was a man of who lias not bn n In Ward had over 000 to their creda at the filling of the vacancy dis llu re an some of us that tn Marine Bank that bribe and ipt of unpledged securities their own L present to urge that the Ian one of them it l. my opinion Union Association club of St Louis be made that Capl Plu Ian was not the author of the but ihe pt i pie of New still in was despite hm and ill e i ltd to It IN a Wo pledge the votes of our in favor in mv belief though 1 of the admission to Ihe national league of the t enough about the east to form St. Louis Athletic Association to the opinion constitution of the articles of bo ID Short who did Ihe stab national agreement of professional base ball associations immediately notice from j t was in Chicago once That may all be but I don I know umon ot it KAII Mass Jan II that Mrs Grant's inability to avail her the of thc Cleveland It IB now stated that the reduction of wages of your kindness in no way lessens The was signed Iby all which goes into c fleet on inst wi I htr Kme her or my own 9entatlve9 an in the league not to all Very Truly overseers The compensation ot u g GRAM these officials will bo left to the discretion of To w tho individual mills Some will be reduced Mf made the following others will not Howard wil Gm U 8 communicate with the secretary of Slr the board of trades and for a con with a committee of that body On my return Most I found the 8ccretary pf reception your answer ti mine to Mrs Grant him and oj the assent of the president of Per haps he trave lie d under some other name lit couldn't havd been in Chicago long be of this request willin a great measure in- the sentiments which ac the Louis base ball club of Si Louis thd action of the spinners union botll and yourself in dti When this waa signed a telegram was sent Saturday when a vote win ue mite the part of my proposition to president of the American j wuh au and I never tho question strike the real estate I greatly regret she Association club of 8t asking if he heard of him feels rt her duty make this as I would consent to the league taking m ihe Several other were seen that hoped that the spirit in the Union Association referred to in the dnl not know or would not admit they offer was would overcome any scruples above agreement knew in accepting but I must insist I shall The leagne then took a recess pending a KAHSAR CITY Jan 10 defeated in a purpose to reply from St Louis The at nere 11 Orders issued by tbe Red Ash Coal Co work at collenes tomorrow for an timt will throw nearly 1000 men and boys out of employment have given so much thought and which I have much at I will as as the money ii received from the sales It nod soi A t alter ed witli ui occasioned by Heartburn lsf round Steele bv the tho K I THIS IS NO A Hard deposit in the Union Trust NEW Jan u Company With tha money thus I A prize with between once that a Murphy of New the for tbe in come to be paid to Mrs daring her anil the power to her to make such disposition of the by her as she maj Very Truly as d w H VANDERBILT was carried to his To grant replies today n the 8th round letter pf thu i ate is re- half lhe Grant and I that you putting stop to the con- accept our proposition to retain the a draw was mortgaged in good to secure to a debt of but your ous determination us to po longer Simons keeper mysteriously l ne wne cri I leit nere morning for Vork Co join her husband the Boston Phelan described a. a man of remarkable quick temper and fond of notoriety Jan 11 At one time ho travelled about the country Butler has brought suit against the exhibitions of skill aa a marksman claiming damages His visit to Sew York was the result of a CHH M Jan J S Clarkson National the following let Ur from IV 9 Months to Joseph with respect in the St lohn controversy In reph direct if I personally or nol whether St John red to candidate for president for a money consideration I can answer not as to ri t being al 10 make public the details To he did have overtures a Irn ml from his own which he if paid in to withdraw as a candi dati altogether or to in the und his speeches it was pin in tin to the of tlu cans He asked in to tin of bid otter to from the lit lure the in that Slate lit tills undir tlu pint In- Kin A son and with tin I in n milt to Pittsburg I nrk In n In b I to nu 11 sunn oni mi tin part it llu lit an Nan nial I li i mid be n mh ti mnk the tb al and tin through frit n in i 11 tli r Mill in t hi lit Mil tu hlM b in amid linn in a rt nit in i i ne w 11 k tt r tin lu nt til if tlu n nhli in and r flits if Mill n liu ll M ill i out illi i unv III n Ii I I in I tl i rt il i I inn u r t f M ihn a i I In ll i mi Irv uh il a i hr Mini hi be tn I llu l M ll an I is b i tin nn ilium 1 liu in ruin l 11 n mnl n Ii rn i I pit Hi I n ad t timt in r Ib National m mutt i n r niu on in Un b r tin m r in i I iin ir ll mn kin I t i St I hn u ill I HUH t i lt n to an I nns tht i I nut b lit It through tbt nu hum b i t 1 Ln it Si 11 nil i llu r nu intn ri t t un I n mu i llu r in ti il w lib tlu i nn u ith tint frit ml t St un 1 in i wilb llu f u IH und It il it IIH in v HI If 1 hi v k i iw St I ill n n nil Iri tpi i t n ll i ill ni with him mi tli u tl at w 11 I It 1 t f M hn ni t i his in IM in In I i H I I II Im nd i 1 nit SI I Im In mn iv iv H u in pli i 11 b lu i u us r I IIH mi llu i xi nl ti li itr lilt i irn nidi ni e In tw 11 n tin nl and t i tin r pi pri v inn that bin frit n I HIM in w ith Si bn nn 1 ll ride r bin v line pi rs in ni 111 ol nmn n lib m i than I have Mil KI III Ml s Till 711 Ul I II H Mr lolin ban In i n in llu I i an 1 heii be e n c 1 in u n plv d tin mi In Mr H ni s le tte r He In Ills room in ihi II HUM a ni r re urti r an 1 silt I 1 Ills k IH in ml untrue an 1 mil IN 1 bj a p spirit of n Hn v m tn what trulli thin lie in 111 N nu M had vt r 11 in n limm nl H fur an I tun i out ernt I in hi uini t n I Mr hurt r bi MI I t ni 1 ir In Hi s 1 m v i r it ki 1 r re 11 it i 1 u 11 nt of in mi v unv i b nu or in 1 n vir In i n in e ill in with nu linni I w t b nr lo ans me limn or n Itn to llu m film llu oni nf li ol Mr Mr H liu In an 1 lo hn parti llu conur nt nu hi rt in Int ag i in June w lu n Ifu ri an refuged to allow tin to e xe re the of f ir tin nisi Ui s St Tohn in noun personal ol Mr ami di i that hi had been b ft pure 1} thi fait of llu i r and had be not be by u u d have it salel c untune d to di fi at nil fir 1 nit bt nu I In ri garo to Mr n i ni vi r tia I a sore nor e nn of having it The last plae e m Ohio whin I w he net I w-i nt tu M K h and before pi u pie I have n it been in for a 1 went I i 1'blladi and thtne e tit and then to New from Michigan and was mid hj K Scott late of the Ni w irk Witness Mr has hi e n time and again in anv graios hr anv tiling eUc has but lu belling the pie A of ci rein ti a friend who bin own mn is a would bribe laker If I lind di sired to reach Mr or the republican there would never have been need for a nil Idli man Were you ever by the licans with to selling Of that I elci not rare tej now Mv appointments for tbe campaign were made solely by the prohibition in Chi cago Mr St John finally laid that it would have been folly for to have accepted from the republican committee he could had from the dis tillers He also declared that at the proper time be would have to say against the republican and declared that if pressed he would tell of In Ohio through republican which placed the happenings at and Danville in the shade his campaign sml canvass ae not ta m- Hire Blamt he will from entire Iv for that sum Mr Lipid nt to New York He talked with Ihe and laid the them and bis point with all Ibo power I e could bring to Chairman Jones to liMm lo the j Mt Legate jaiel I tried to fix with the that Mr I not In I but would not me and have Whether Ihe was made with tbo di mot rats has not out Janus h Lt gate has betn 11 of tho leg fur 12 viars lirant sp pointed bun roor of in 1M7.' but I humnor in Ihe senate and ami Ihe mil t had with Si nator in 1H70 a and nave tlu Sen Mr that St John ill 1 not ul his plan HIS LAST A Individual lo nci by Jo in p. ins Prom n Citr Ji usi i I Inn 1 1 On Wi lust iti i k in llu boat thi 1'iv a h ing on di e k nn 1lu but I i r tin in t r I ith trip l i gill M Hit b un I I ri i i ipl t mn I in llu p i Ut m III ill II win Hindi sfn rn il u llu Ipt Hear tlu mutt I XV II Mi il tin 1 u 1 Ste it vi env I li i x St nut r I. ir it n il ti r il 1 nt Mi I inn n I I eu liur in in I H I I in I i n a nine i I ml nn I It fl tl 111 i f tin i nig u n tin I ml i i. 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Charles W late secretary of tbt N. Jan. 11. BOO of the of con- of in that paper recent published but opinions 1883, rt upon bis con- differ as to whether he went in response to a 16 war The article that summons there or for private purposes of his used the arrest of the captain It is generally of the and that by aim was some misunderstanding regarding usurping she went ashore and was the interview and he desired to clear it up injured These are denied by Gen Butler A tattle Girl Poisons 8liillPei1- NEW Conn Jan II Jan. 10. Madeline aged 12 wanted A special from days that to wear her cloak to church today Her avy slate dealer mother refused the permission and six hours appeared from the girl was found unconscious She v. It I lio Sf ade In Ht 4ohn. This Mn Yours place Monday morning U S. GRANT faulter to the amount of Grant closed the cor- lest creditor u D C. in these reading to whom he indebted I He is a de- was resuscitated after an hour of hard His and said she had taken two pills containing fork opium if she couldn't wear her now cloak she wanted to Kan fj The true inwardness of the bt lohn sell out came to light today in tbe confession of James F a prominent Kansas politi cian and prohibitionist confesses that he attempted to sell out St to the republican committee Afier election it to mind that the republican party was still in danger from the march of prohibition Presuming upon his confiden Ual relations with Mr St Mr Legate concluded to visit tbe national committee and lay before them tbe following propositions for the mm of St. John will to Baby was we her wan u cried for W hrn stio wiu a ibf clung to hen C she f avo therm A HANDSOME or lady can make telling of M No good pay to earnest workers k K you sell the and best book lor boms address MARTIN CO ll oar new Pioneer Treasury el Family L 79
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