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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - November 21, 1898, Kennebec, Maine I VOL XXIX AUGUSTA MAINE MONDAY MORNING 1898 pond your specimens of correctly mounted to Homer R Dill GARDINER MAINE The In the county CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED Is Verdict Against for Killing Guide Smart Italian Arrested at Bangor for ting Affair at Oakland Office at Augusta Hallowed and Waterville rim Irust No ies o NO 278 M i M r Snn Crimson Outplays the Blue Corbett and Sharkey Ready Surgeon General George R Will Be Handed Spanish Peace at EPoint for Tuesday Fight Makes His Report Commissioners Hebron Has Same Kind of Picnic With Odds Are 10 to 8 on and He Not Camp Sites But Manner of Must Either Accept Sum and Cob Coburn Classical 22 Is General Favorite Responsible for Disease Cede and Evacuate Philippines Of kinds to jbe found at 7 Hill and High Hew Silt of Seats Treatment of the Sick at Horn and in Or by Conquest Former Winning 6 toO ready Over the Wait lory for Indemnity in the case of Paul Peters who was charged V with murdering John Smart a 11171 31 OF guide In a of slaughter Saturday after MAINE ing out hours The trial has occupied tile to leave your old New Haven vard defeated Tale Paris Nov Spanish peace Nov New York Nov the Washington ii to 0 round bout James J Corbett eral George H Sternberg has made his commissioners have been notified that win 1.1 will cause Harvard to be accepted as Tuesday night without any corps during the war The following joint session tomorrow afternoon Si S Ot interference are the features of the Unless the Spaniards have an adequate pion of most a the big contest v reason for further delay the showed a Stronger only hours The number of medical officers 192 missions will join in the most sive against Pennsylvania ia week the defence being that during a1 Garments to be remodeled and made same than against Pennsylvania for as yet wot allowed by law to the army te taut meeting thus far held over before the rush row between the men in which Smart was Peters shot i MIGHTIEST arc who do the in the of a In Premier scores nf The has given to The Modern Writer Tho Smith tho machine edged leader ia CATALOGUE SMI ni 31 Street MASS Is A England House largest grinders of pure Mustards in the world i -All work guaranteed Prices as low as possible quality hf work considered j FAIR AND COLDER They for Since the men affixed their signatures civil 7 was f cored tp the articles of agreement have service and speedily became of value will maintain that the two rommi r Harvard had rushed the ball carefully refrained from saving harsh as administrative and sanitary officers maintain that the two for than half the field things to each other and the absence No provision was made for In itself ton goal touchdown js and vicinity Fair carried the ball from Tale's this Is In Itself the best guarantee for the volunteer troops ex- line iown both men mean business and are cept that it third fairly and test tary of war to as many pi I IE Her west increasing much Tuesday aft probably or many privates was by Held aften as Sporting of the hospital corps as Hie may followers of pugilism from all require men enlisted Washington Forecast line Yalo was on the defensive through the game and Harvard goal the United are hourly ving in the and the up resorts tod a liv Ted dur n war was an P TKe want of a slons are charged to determine whether Spain States shall In ture own the Philippines This will be accompanied by A clear declaration that United States will possess the Philippines ing this declaration the American com lay before the PA.ri Uic tin the It and during his court Tin drom the The Unit Strile 1.11 It was a uf riise with a review the testimony ming two of Falser which was nf the of a brief ifj the evidence chargi the jury v at o'clock ALL THREE BOUND Mother Step in Robbery rest ol INN an Wanted at Oakland Weather and General Forecast m wave Saturday over has extended eastward Hi ami HVIT northern by snow Fair in tlie mid- dle and New with five clerk for the -Free eilm In anil clerk hire cos i i In spite of ho rain saw lite contest The WHS with small lalies and mud The not affect much Yalu nt 0-0 same 1 shut out Yale time shut out live times Not has ii between and Yule been an In played since 3 nine and Harvard two Ir this iH my range ciin lie Cor- good his hard tile of Tom hart learned to govern In It la and great things ui of Hy Ills No carefully than has first when It that the field service purposes for latter had would tb place to the Imperative need of curing for sick from upon Hie declaration of April 21 were taken to ob- tain medical supplies for army manufacture wl til the utmost On ses to Indemnify the United States for the added expense of conquest may not bo for- designated an an ultimatum ibut it will lack not of the ness that word This will plain thilt the Spanish will scarcely for more on the Urst alternative nor cherish any doubt of American action under the second should the first be declined No one here except the American May it foreseeing that II know how much can to to have ready for to the the victory means so much Charley volunteer reslmeitts as they way of settling the LI 11 LWO ii f tinie Yale scored 1ST points to wM nns were mustered i AN ATTEMPT At MURDER John Lee Rockland While Drunk Tries to Shoot His Housekeeper -17 Harvard last Yale nt Springfield in by 12 to C Coot ball wit bout uSos victory training is and tion He his man never bolter n the She Is I the Nov J Farley I.e clcs of field the governors of the several states for the sum to offered may be de- in to the medical equipment an analysis of that debt barring of National Guard in service which consists of accident In until our army medical on Which she realized Of White enter the supplies were for Issue Most le latter amount she Is to were for Issue Most pounds who had field have expended some or said tonight that ment responded promptly and lighting the United States Nov Lpe would be Reports hut many of and In attempting to quell the -n from oath sMcs tonight were to the of the at- effect that ec many the state departments had no each man is in the best such Philippine Insurrection A reasonable guess at the sum for Q J 1 0 Of Quality and lute Purity of all their goods in 1890 and 1892 and RcJ 1 I i I bit tied up for you I i 35 They start 1 i at inc purify i blood up beal 1 Avoid imitations offered for f He Nov Mary Barker who were arrested Friday by of this city the if having stolen from at the home of the Barker In Kast Wednesday were In municipal Saturday afternoon Silas Barker the father of Uic girl was also I all three bound over in the for vuce the February term of court one wan to furnish trio la now a part of Brown's family at the stone villa on Jny out thai In- old man Barker was just muc v implicated in this larceny of the ft aWl the It tlw Clark met the Barker sirl up and she asked him to KO down to the house and stay all night He and nit that ho lot of money him tempted to Addle condition physically the In charge of be though it of winning the supply depots were may fall below that Jf The sale of has been ed to make arrangements go that The Cuban question may come up house keeper atl the St lat Hotel this morning The weapon i i V high amounting to nearly piles could obtained for again tomorrow The American com- J il tt Goals from The purse of It is an- nien for six months Whenever missioners had thought discussion I was badly aimed and the shot failed to hit the intended mark was He was ed tomorrow will be arraigned 17 Belli KILLED BY LIVE WIRE Two Horses Meet Deith by Lile Electric at Rockland has been paid to the received from the adjutant that point but the Farrell who general's office that commands were fo ish commissioners are reported to have A linesmen Thompson of money in the be moved or camps formed I declared last week mortgages Harvard Time r halves Ely the quarterback ilif the Dank of this city Me on Sea street by the falling of a wire which two instantly land injured two more Charles Perry was a building through the aid of six horses when roof of- the out a rib a broken shoulder is resting fairly r He is appal ently more less of ENGLAND AND CHINA Lord on What Must Be Done Protect Commercial Interests to to anticipate want's of the Imposed by Spain an troops by telegraphing to the officers well as the must in charge of the nearest supply depot not be Impaired of Thla to forward supplies for the stated compel the her of men ers and probably to In my opinion the reduction of the demand whether Spain to re- age limit from 21 to 18 years and the the plain pron with which the volunteer tocol to relinquish over important st here M is when they took 1 TU 1848 g Rooms 236 L C Cor- Titcomb are anil irf on of aim.Au- by law all are to women C Troas U J into an Italian named Morin who Is with who osta the oi work on the water works at i full account of already been iven in the Journal tc this city this about -I o Geo t Nov small dine factory out owned and by Eugene Chillis of this city was burned Thursday Shanghai Nov Admiral were organized and mustered in- to Cuba the game than over his own Injuries lord Charles Beresford member of to the service were responsible for weeks ago the A strong sentiment is growing up Parliament for York who Js nisi ting much of the was re- missioners the Cuban ai the students of the university China interests of the British Ported in Uhe early days of their camp in the protocol without that he should be rewarded will the Associated Chamber of Commerce in All military experiences show save that Its embodiment In captaincy of the eleven for the course of that young under 21 years of age should upon xn an Tbe objection to Ely's selection among ing dwelt upon Grave dangers down readily under the strain of ment here on an the coachers so far as any Is threatening British so long war service and every regiment had protocol is that tlie policy of choosing as the position of many youths in its ranks representatives J a graduate student for captain is not Russia and the effete condition of examiners were appointed to ban deemed a wise one It seems C na are allowed tjj testify to the physical qualifications of passed still In that Capt willnot tye He insisted upon the necessity of v a each man before acceptance but elected even should he return to study firm which should include the withstanding this so many men were another at Tale organization thoroughly found on the sick lists of fill a fie camps unlit for service Sardine Factory turned With a Should Ely not be made captain ance States Germany es existing prior to enlistment that ol Several Dollars only logical candidate is the and Japan in order preserve special arrangement had to be made full back Brown guard who and the v open for their discharge door Soon after the newly raised levies SPAIN Bui She Will Demand tor MtJ taken -in Oakland for f There Is no but what lie s wanted i OUR POST OFFICES Interesting S About al Augusta and post State of And from Hsi postal last the -i net revenue of This js improvement of about over the when net revenue from wAsi were Tile firemen were on hand early but the nearest hydrant was a away no water could tie turned on the rne blaze I- V Sir loss will lie several hundred dollars party j Tills is the second factory lost by lire In a still years at Yale to study and to play ball is also mentioned but as he fa not a senior yea r and as his position at guard is not for a captain he Is not The election which is by of the f l S orms In Nov London Nov ot thc from causes that from operation that scarcely a quate In the eves of the Perpignan capital of ment escaped from their harmful The Daily Chronicle In ales on the Vight bank the These causes may be on the i on the Big Four at Alton 111 men p ayed in the and report that region been referred to ignorance on the part of this morning after or principles of camp we may ha 011 and of their duties or and mistaken regard to the have been flooded and traffic is thc game will place bj severe storms Many v II law's or principles of camp we may have The result of thc game with Harvard have created the of a Reeling at Yale that the of volunteer graduate coaching is at fault two and that next Were in a wreck not only an abit and here An professional trainer but also a ht persons fhe train was a special by i at the River bridge 3 miles Vast of No Yellow Fever at Pa Pa Nov of the as regards the welfare of- en- American points to M men in their commands of a medieval of certain of the camps law in Porto and Is a Been instanced in the newspapers graver disappointment lal the sickness which was the closing of the doors to our com- Certificates Heeds Wills Jewelry I gtt it STRIKING FIGURES The salary s from the salary for ISH Rent light and fuel there more Pippins Cigars suspect was found of fhe present symptoms of jtl spent Saturday today with his the New Haven Bouse Ha also attended chapel this ing In the a quiet tea was given in his honor in Hall by a party of preparatory s eh CAN HARDLY BE College Elated vcr Soon Celebrate the Cambridge Nov vard men rubbing eyes I to realize that they aic It will he some time I the full effect and meaning of thc r Yale is made apparent j Athletic Association of jr ates Is goine to arrange 1 i ner to which all Harvard men toe le disease any S A IS SO Tear 1 i invited to subscribe and trt attend the postmaster took in j made in 1897 han m 1090 and on tne i probably be a j all the lime it Trade supplied by all Jobbers or by H ft lUkers Boston i in tomorrow night to I a reception tht same in Last night and today were 3 developed In them but a review of the merce in ho snows that It was not The Vienna but the maner Dally Telegraph tlon which must be held responsible for advice of Austria and Germany the general spread of disease among accept offer of the troops April 25 for the Philippines the unsanitary conditions The Madrid ot -in the issued circular No 1 Mail It Is asserted impressing upon medical the government would reject an responsibility in sanitary matters and of for the the necessity for a strict sanitary ridiculous especially in the care of sinks and 1 in the preservation of the camp area froin But density of the miltary population on the area of these contracted camps prevented the possibility good tion of this character occupied for a week or tivo at a without serious results In the case Of National Guardsmen out for 10 days i WILL REPUDIATE CUBAN Spain Say t Whoever Her Dr Madrid political j it is asserted that an agreement peace com- missioners in Paris The government It is announced Int to notify the Cuban th Spain will not pay the Cuban boa which will not be mentioned peace treaty The government considers i freed from field practice during the Bummer but their continued occupation will ln result In the breaking down of the 1 command by diarrhoea dysentery and typhoid fever Practically nothing was done Continued on page to colds 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